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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 January 1873

"TT ( W i'jl " 11 1H FRIDAY -JANUARY 24, 1873. H0ME2TEWS. Yamhill county has paid its entire .State tax. "Wheat is selling at one dollar a bushel ill Jacksonville. Boats now get through the draw bridge on the Yamhill river. The lwnefits of Mr. Vinson and 3Ir. ( ox were both largely attended. Samuel Mercy will have a boneflt this (Friday) evening at Or Fino Theater. me .-iaie treasury now contains a larger proportion of silver than ever be- lore. During 1S72 there were 125,093 tons of coal exported from Coos Bay to San Francisco. A monthly publication devoted to the real estate interests, is soon to be started at La Grande. The salary of the Superintendent of Schools in Union county has been fixed at $300 per annum. Pome of the fanners of Linn county are rejoicing in fields of volunteer wheat that promise muchly. The new comedy of "Sehool'Mms been upon the boards at the Theater, during the past week, and the audiences are v-ry large. The winter schedule, as arranged for me overland s...

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. — 24 January 1873

FRIDAY.. .JANUAKY 24, 1S73. In Yoscmltc Vnlley. BY JOAQUIN UILLEE. Sound! ww mi! sound! Oh, colossal walls, as drowned In one eternal thunder! Sound! sooml! sound! Oli, ye dfeeans overhead. While we walk, subdued in wonder, In the Corns and grtnni under And beside the swift Merced! Fret! fret! fret! Ob, ye sounding banner, set On the slant granite castles. In the clouds and In the snow! Itut the foe h comes not yet We are loyal, valiant vassals, And we kiss the trailing tassels Of the banners far below. Surge! surge! surge! From the white Sierra's verge To lite very valley blossom. Surge! surge! surge! Yet tile song-btnl builds a Home, And the mossy brunches cross them, And the taseelfd tree-tons toss them In the eloaus of tailing loam. . Sweep! sweep! sweep! On, ye nesveo-born ami deep In one dread, unbroken chorus! We may wonder, we may weep We may wait on God before us; We may shout or lift a hand We may bow down and deplore us. Bat may never understand. Beat! beat! bent! We adva...

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. — 31 January 1873

lies. A. J. nr.MW.VT, Editor and Proprietor orriCE-Cor. 1'roiit and Stark Streets. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: nnnycar,.., , , , KIx months Three months trw -175 -100 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Written jor the New Northwest Oregon, 3fj- Oregon. A tribute to my State I brln;, A sunbeam snatehed from Fame'-S brljht wins. Though young anions thy sister rine, How dost tliy heart exultant spring As laurels over thee they fllnsr, Oregon, my Oregon. An Eden thou dot coudly stand; Veata and Ceres clasp thy hand; Thou art by fragrant zephyrs fanned. And fairies with a magic wand Have flecked with gold thy ocean strand, Oregon, my Orrgon. Thy fertile vales are herdsmen's pride; The huntsman's Joy thy green hlll-nlde; O'er Cascade rocks thy wild waves ride, And calm Columbia's waters elide To mingle with Pacifies tide, Oregon, my Oregon. Thy sentinels are rar extolled. St. Helens, Hood std Ralttter old; Their armor gleams with WurxMtctl gold; Their hearts are Are, exterior eold; They're rood...

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. — 31 January 1873

.JANUARY 31, 1873. SUNDAY EVENING LEOTTJEES. In consequence of Mrs. Dunlway's be ing absent lecturing In Salem for a few days, she will not be able to lecture on next Sunday evening in the Theater. The last lecture was very largely at tended and the subject, "Special Mis sion of Woman," highly appreciated. The subject for Sunday evening, Febru ary 9th, will be "Women and the Bi ble," and she will also treat of the "Spe cial Mission of Man." THE PEOPLE MOURN. It becomes our melancholy duty to record the sudden death, under very painful circumstances, of our efficient co-worker in the cause of Human Rights, lion. O. "W. Brown, whose un timely departure is a heavy loss, not only to his family and the community, but to the great cause of Woman's En franchisement, of which he was an able and earnest advocate. On last Tuesday morning as Mr. Brown was busy at his work at the Ilolladav lumbering mill, he unfortunately attempted to mount the cars as they were moving slowly on the track, and ...

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. — 31 January 1873

Sje gem ortest FRIDAY.. -JANUARY 31, 1873. HOMEHEWS. Eugene has a population of 1,000. Baker county is entirely clear of the small pox. The church, edifices of Eugene are worth $5,000. Potatoes are worth only 371 cents per ousnei in Jiugene. There are twenty-seven newspapers published in Oregon. The McMiiiiiville Jftrporfcr has entered upon its third volume. Flour at linker City is scarce and re tailing at three and a half cents a pound. The Common Council of Salem have vacated the foot of Trade street for wharf purposes. John R. Brown and Frank Trimble are the names of the volunteers killed in the late battle. The Umpqua Valley has got the horse disease and several deaths of valuable horses are reported. Citizens of the Goose Lake country have organized a company for home protection against Indian raids. Two hundred and seventy deeds and mortgagee were recorded In the Clerk's ofllce in Jackson county during 1873. Water from Mill creek is to be brought in a ditch to the Penitentiary...

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. — 31 January 1873

FRIDAY. .JANUARY-aT, 1S73. Divorced. TUB CHILD FATIIEK." onxs to im "custody or My darling! my darling! the nlW ds To stifle and tempt me louglns ana i w I hear through tie darkness thy sweci Ukew! in their nests that in number re joice. My darling! ray darling! a Ions night ha. AllTotees ?Ut Weed me In soUMde cease. r eave them my love as Our Father elves air: t Sve them my Mfe w1tbout.Mnt or compare; Theyurf?neand left me to brhejmyi -My darling! my love! thou wert kinder than they. From thee in thy blossom, the sweetness of The perftntie and faith of thy life are not gone; Thou lovest for love's sake, not duty, not cam; IJfe hath not defiled thee, nor sorrow, nor pain. Ah! would that together In some quiet crave, .infl.i in ti, rvwkon'a km? sorrowing wave. Thy tiny arms are n ml me, thy head on my We two pay together In passionless rest In thelght and the daytime I kmc tor thy I dreamtiiat thou liestat rest In thy place; I waken and call tlice with pitiful prayer My darling! my d...

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. — 7 February 1873

U1 " 1 ' a 1 ' ijej -' -S' 1 r-v 1 . FnEE SPErxir, Fitr.K Pre?, Fkkk TmpLE. A Jonrrwl r the Teople. ' DeyoteU to the Interests of Hamaali". Independent In Politics and Ileilgfon. Mire to nil Live Issue, and Tlmnmgiily RniHcnl In Opposing .nml RxpoAtg the "Wrwts litis- A. J. lil'M WAT, lillicr an4 Proprietor ori'ICE-Cor. l'ront mid. Mark Streets. TE1UIS, IX ADVANCE: ot the Jlnwes. - - One yean. -$3C0 Six lnotillw ., Three month .. 1 (0 Correspondents writing overawtimed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their ADVKflTIREMKVreiiMtortfHlon rteftsonsule TOLTJ3EE II. POT5TI,AJVI, OKEGOIV, FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 187a. TSTOrOER, SO. communications. Keep It IteKiro the Veojilp. Keep before the peoje, that thts trortd Is moving on. That dnrkii. t. f:it in fading ana light will yet he won; The darkness .l pat age sltall quickly flee way, And God's own linht Mlnmlne ttte jmre and Ierr"-t .lay. Keep it Irf-fon- the uniili yel; Wratg khall i..i Hu...

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. — 7 February 1873

f' --. tw. V FKIDAY. .-FEBRUARY 7, 1S73. LECTUEES AT THE THEATEE. The next lecture of this course will be given on Sunday evening at " o'clock. Subject, "Women and the Bible;" also a dissertation upon the "Special Mission of Man." THE CONVENTION. Informalion from all parts of the country is continually reaching us in regard to the deep interest manifested by the women in the call for a Woman Suffrage Convention. But we very much regret that the general complaint with these well wishers is that they "cannot come, for they have no money." 2ow, the question comes, why do these women have no money ? They are all frugal and industrious, and we well know that their husbands always have money to attend theirown Conventions. Women of the country, well may you arouse yourselves to a deep considera tion of the injustice of your financial vassalage. We are glad to see you giv ing out such evidences of a great awak ening. But we cannot spare you from this Convention. Where there is a will there...

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. — 7 February 1873

HOME IfE wS. Tlie Lebanon Academy is full and flourishing. The price now paid for wheat at Cor vallls Is 70 cents. The Jacksonville Sentinel has closed its seventeenth year. EiigenaOily lias provided eight water lanUs for Are purposes. The I a Orande Sentinel says business is dull and items scarce. The roads in Eastern Oregon are said to be in very good condition. The girls at Lafayette manage to "get away" with the lwys in spelling. At Gardner, near the mouth or the I'mpqua, a large saw-mill is in course of erection. The Iwawl of managers of the Odd Fellows' Library of Salem are making an eiiort to re-open Jt. Forest Grove is procuring surveys, maps, etc, for tlie furtherance of her municipal organization. Vessels have had some difficulty in getting into the Umpnua river. One lay outside forty-two days. A church designed for the use of all denominations, to cost $2,000, is soon to be built at Cove, Vnlon county. Tlie Jacksonville Timet thinks if the war lasts till Way, the Indians ...

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. — 7 February 1873

.FEBRUARY 7, 1873. The Mountain, "Wall. BV XBS. C. A. CICIXKELAIX. The ene ws new to ne; I stood t ntw mM the wlerd pine wood, K-ikhUi a cold py sky lone: AtiovemettweaTrallorstoije, , , sn strong and stern o black ami drear; My spirit sank In awe and feor; For Ml that grand, vast masonry But prfeontr barrier feeraed to me, And shuddering, I felt tlie iall or ml! creep down the mountain trail. I iinwred till shaft or Are shot o'er the mountains spire by spire Hunted in the swift and broadening name Tliat r n. nnl dwelled, till it became wl.li- and mellow amber flood That wr.st "er mountain, stream and wood. And lit the blue, deep dome above With IViu warm smile of love; How lmr rli:it place how ratllant all The -.(lie beneath the mountain wall! Then suddenly awoke to me The pi no wood's varied melody; The murmurous music of live river. The aspen's low, light, dreamy ijulver, The jav-htrd' otrtefc, discordant cry. The robin's tender minstrelsy, I heard -and full, and deep, and strong...

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. — 14 February 1873

MssMssssssssssssssssssMssssasssssilMssssssM Wi '. i.jfTmnaMHwaKT7 . - rr. - : " " 1 ' ' " ! , Fbee Spurrii. Frkr Phkss, Fncr PropLTi OIKS. A. J. U&MIOT. Wilor and rroprlrtor Omen for. rront nnd Slnrk Strpcts. TBIWK, IN- ADVANCE:. A Journal for the People. UcvotCd to the Interests ot Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Mire-to all -Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical in OppoMng and Exptwirie the 'Wrfines ol tho Masse. line j I in i JBi His months JmI XUrce rooaims. -51 PO - 1 75 1W Correspondents writlns overattnroetjignti. tures must make known their names' totho Editor, or no attention will be given to' their I V F. RTIREMEXXB Inserted on Reasonable POTtTIAlVD. OEEGON. FIUUAY, XOTi UUAKY 14, 1873 ISTJMBER 'AO- communication. l i in t ttK- New Nor meet. MeaiU An unbeiiPYine; brother calls I'pon thy n;.nic, -weet sitter mine, nd on hi- t-:r tin- answer falls, 'Totiod ami ClirKt thy heart resign." T: is the nuue ol.l answer yei .V thousand iiim s in life she gave ; nd ...

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. — 14 February 1873

V 7 ...FEIiUUAllY 14, 1873. FRIDAY.. WOMAN SUITBAGE OOKVENTTOH. Let all our friends remember that our Convention meets to-day. The morning sessions, beginning at 10 A. sr., will be devoted to business, the afternoons to social debates, the evenings to speeches, songs, etc Come out, friends, one and all, and let the people see that you are alive to 7ie vital issue now before the American people. SUEDAY EVENIKG LEOTUEES. The next, and twelfth of the series, will bo on "The Special Mission of Man." This subject was to have been treated upon last Sunday evening, but "Woman and the Bible" occupied so much time that "Man and his Mission" had to be deferred till another occasion. For the benefit of our many friends in the coun try who are interested in these meetings we will state that they continue to be very largely attended, far surpassing our expectations at their beginning. DEDICATION OF THE OENTKAL SCHOOL. The elegant and commodious new Central School building was densely crowded on ...

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. — 14 February 1873

FRIDAY.. ...FEBUUAKY 14, 1873. HOMEHEWS. The Coos Bay and Hoseburg wagon road is obstructed by land slides. The county officers atHillsboro have moved into the new court housed The Circuit Court, JudgePrim presid ing, is in session at Jacksonville. The thermometer at Dalles during the recent frosty sjtell went down to 20 deg. One-half of the capital stock of the Corvallis Library Association has been taken. The Corvallis Gatcttc opposes the re moval of the Imlians from the Coast Iteservatious. G. V. Vollum, book-binder and paper ruler, is re-established at 93 Front St., over Mllwain's. The municipality of Itoseburg has or dered sidewalks, which are being put down rapidly. Read the card of Krumbien & Gilbert, architects and draughtsmen. Office is in Cree's building. Go to Geo. Freeland, druggist, for medicines, and to -IX H. Hendee, photo grapher, for pictures. Oliver Dennic, photographer, has gone to San Francisco to get the material for re-opening his gallery. Francis A. Effing...

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. — 14 February 1873

FKroA.T...KEJinUAnY -1471873. Barefoot. Oh,kmt you remember the old hlll-slde form, And the, farm-house with clap-boards so Fray, With the garden of roses, and sweet pinks, and balm, A ltd the meadows with buttercup"! cay? And don't you remember how, In-doors and oat,'. And u oiler the old orchard trees. The. guy, Tfcughlng children were skipping Mioat, WHh bate feet, as busy at bees ' How wll played together, the girls and the AnJ had nooses, and work-shop?, and stores. Rag bnMw, d "earthen'," and Just as much Ac or safees could make out of doors! Heir m loved through the pastures and wood t land to room, To gather bright mosses and Ilowers! We thgacht then, tw now, there was "no place lira heme," And no lminc so delightful as ours. And don't you remember the pleasant school road. And the school-house so sonny In June, WHM the lessons we learned, and the "mark" that we "toed," And how we played "plzen" at noon? Our sun-bonn&U, crumpled, hung over our The Mainmer wind nlnrul u-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. — 21 February 1873

ail I I III - i i I B il J SllM SI A. .A. MPA A. ft. tri!ICri for. front nml Mark TERM, lif AHVANCB: One yr . Six month Sliree months " Terms. Wife Versa Horse. Bless me," xald stout Owr Hnrurfon, "My prcelou blooded mar Has roughed three time to-day, wu--Tfcere'. wmMilnt wroax, I wear.-' Walsh t to the d x-ior went he. And basiling in, exclaimed: "Gotne, doctor, -Pt see Tofy." "Ah, Topsy, t -.; lamed V "Earned, no, font couch mate, doetor- Thi nothin' cm. Ii, as yet, MaaVinrn are rather skittish Wlien eold ico on a pet." - inMky went man and doctor; Aaid In thest.iiii.- warm 'lwj dosed and iK-ited Topsy, IM she might ranic to liarm. .Hor weeks they w.i:eh her kindly, r week h.r (kk1 prepare; Mtaket.and l.ntljad beddinz 8att ha the I 1 T?f care. Iat ra the hoti- ick, lonely. lie Harnilo i wile the while; T"" iipeuk t., lr kindly, VBtfceered l.j friendly unfile. Yaiek T my iuy, on seeing Her l.eslled m the liod; OaafouniJ tin v women, Krnntlug Wit raofltk ia the Head! ml, that's v.-h...

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. — 21 February 1873

FKID AY FEBRUARY 21, 1S73. SUNDAY EVENING LEOTUEES. The subject for tho next lecture of tbis series will be "Prayer," and was suggested by tbe query of a Renllcnian, wbo said to us, "Why do you open your Sunday evening lectures with prayer?" THE CONVENTION. Never hns a mora harmonious or suc cessful business meeting been held in Portland than tho Woman Suffrage Convention, to the report of which we this week yield every available inch of space. Now tliat tho meeting is over, and we sit in our quiet study perusing these facts, we look upon the effort of a few zealous and earnest friends to inaug urate and carry forward such a work in so short a space of time as prodigious. But we have learned one fact that we are anxious for the world to know at once, viz.: women, with all their inex perience in public affairs, have success fully accomplished a work, with a few days' effort, that would have occupied her brother man, with all his boasteu wisdom, many weeks in its preparation. We all r...

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. — 21 February 1873

...PEBttUAKY T, fsi3. "HOMEJEWS; aicMinnvillc has organized a fire com pany. Salem is agitated over the question of a town clock. Clackamas county has paid h?r full amount or State taxes. Jacksonville will hold her town elec tion on the 14th of March. The nmlicnl class at tho "Willamette I mvcrsity numbers eighteen students. Clackamas county has 05 road dis tricts and untold miles of rugged roads. The Daily Statesman lias bwin nrn ril ed the-city printing at Salem for one year. A number of bu.Mnes men of Salem have decided to form a Wharf Com pany. The lumber used in rebuild! Ilfr thn woolen mills at Oregon City is to go rum iiiis city. Tho contractor has broken ground for me erection of the nerAi". H. Church South, at Salem. It has been said that the rebuilding of the Oregon City Woolen Mills will be uegun tins week. The First Congregational Church at Junction is putting up a handsome edi fice for public worship. The State University fund in the hands or the Board of School Commis ...

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. — 21 February 1873

!fs5f FJifDAY FE-IMITAHY ill, 1S73. TIic Crowded Street. HV WILLIAM I'CI.I.KN SKV.UiT. Let roe move slowly through Uio Mroet, Filled with an eveMhlftlng train, Amid the sound of Mcim tliat bunt The murmuring walks like autumn rain. Hon- out the flitting figures come! Tlie mild, the fierce, the stall v face .Some bright with thoughtless smHes.nrMl some Where secret tears have left their trace. They pass to toll, to Artie, to rest To halls in which the feast In spread To chambers where the fnneral guest Jn silence situ beside Ute dead. And come to happy Homo, repair, w,nere eWW". pressing eheckjo cheek, With mute cree shall declare The tenderness they cannot speak. Aad me, who walk in cnlmnoss hen., Shan i-hudder ax they reach the door Where one wlio made their dwelling dear. Itc flower, Its light, l seen uo more. glnccr and absorbed in his work. i-""' '"bul iuuiii, mtv j me uiuer iigni over lliu cliort to re rival Irtalt breeze into Hie desert. He works) the woman bullragc bill hi 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. — 28 February 1873

IMS. a. j. DU.MfflV, Editor ana Proprietor OFMCE-Oor. Trout niiU .Stark Street. A Journal for the People. Derated to the Interacts of linmanlty. Independent in Pontics ami IteHgttir; ' AJtve to all Live lMe, awl TlMftMgMy Radical In Oppostngawl RtpoflHC lfa Wttwii 1 TERMS, IN ADVANCE: Ongyonr ot the Mnes. ix months. Three months 1 73 .110 Correspondents wrUioe ovraeuiM0du- tut? niu.it make known thefr names to the ATVRIJTISEiIEXTSlBserteiloB Keasonafcte Terms. ArOLTDIE II. XOTiTI,AJVT, OREGON. 35niZA.Y, FEBRIT.VKY ?2J5, 1873. Editor, or 110 attention will be gfM to ifeelr communicatloiu. - I T ft Cncrnr Pivp T'm.j 1.tn- ii-.... " Limit lixir. BY BOHKKT ROIX1X. I've had nnotlier offer, wire-a forty acres more Of high and dry rtcli prairie land, as level as a Hoot. I th&nplit 1W wait nHdMe yeu first, as Lawyer "VMMng MM, To tell how thing will turn out be4, a woman is ahead. And when this lot u paid lor, and w- tare sot the deed. Ml my that I am xatUOed-lrs all the land we need; 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. — 28 February 1873

pcrisbablo fame. Aitletl by Dr. 11:11!,! FRIDAY.... ...FEIJllUAltY US, 1S73. THE IBBEPBESSIBLE CONFLICT. As the public mind has had oppor tunity to cool itself during the several days that have passed since the adjourn ment of tho annual meeting of the State Temperance Alliance, we are now ready to make a well-weighed and careful re port ofits remarkable proceedings. The list of delegates was quite large, the weather was beautiful, and every thing at the opening session betokened a happv and prosperous season of tem- erance legislation, except the lowering glances of a few grim-visageil pigmies, who took the Alliance bits between their teeth and sought to rule or ruin it A few broken-down political liacks, consisting of Republican sore-hcads and dead-duck Democrats, had resolved to run the Alliance in the interests of a po litical ring, whose avowed object should le Temperance, nut whose real one should be the control of the wkisky in fluencc in the interests of a so- called Tempera...

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