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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 February 1873

NEW TO-DAY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NORTHWEST ESTABLISH5IEXT. PORTLAND ADVERTISE5LBNT3. MISCELLANEOUS. PORTIVND ADVERTISEilENTS. FRIDAY FEP.UUAR Y 2S, 1S7& HOMEHEWS. Go to-morrow night to Mavbell's linn efit at Oro Kino Theater. You'll hear of "Womon's Rights and SufJrage." Miss Clara Watt, a graduate of the Willamette University, has been en gaged as an assistant in the Corvallis College. The Grand Army of the Republic will give a grand eoueert and ball nexlTues- uay evening at the skating rink. Of course there will be a rush. The Y. M. C. A.'s concert at Masonic Hall on "Wednesday evening was a grand success. The attendance was large and the music of a very superior oruer. The thanks of this oftlce are due to C. II. Payne, Esq., for the present of a de licious ham, which has been a palatable accompaniment to eggs ami coffee dur ing the week. A city correspondent wishes to know whether or not the Portland Literary Society propose to give an entertain ment, as he wishes to confer wi...

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. — 28 February 1873

FRIDAY. . FEBRUARY 23, 1S78. Measuring- tlie Baby. w( measured the riotous lby Aeatnst tbe coUage wall A Uv em P l 'e threshold, An the babjv was Just as tall! AwSwS of purple and gold, And heart HKe a Jeweled chalice The fragrant dew to hold. Without, the blue-bird whittled High up In the old roof-tree. And to and fro at the window The rod rose rocked her bees; And the wee, pink fists of the baby "W ere never a moment still. Snatching at shine and shadow That danced on the iattlce-stU. Hl eyes were as wide a blue-bells Ills mouth like a Sower unblown Two little bare feet like funny while mice Peeped out from his Miowy gown; And we thought, with a thrill of rapture That yet had a touch of pain, When June rolls round with her roses We'll measure the boy again. Alt me! In a darkened chamber, With the sunshine stmt away. Through tears that fell like bitter rain Wo measured the boy to-day. And tlx little bare feet that were dimpled, And sweet as a budding rose. Lay side bv side together...

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 March 1873

She fen ferfei A Joe trial ftirthe People. IMvoted to the Interests of Knmanfty. Independent in Politics and Religion. Mive to all Live Iue, and Thoroughly Itadlcal In Opposing and Kx poking the 'Wronss ot tho Masses. One year. Six months Three months. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Kdltor.or, no attention will be given to their ADVERTISKMKNTS Intension Ileasonabte Terms. POTRTJOVrsTO. OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH r. 1873. communications. mmtoa,mri. u .ft & . J TERMS, IX ADVANCE: " ' ' IY1 I ' ' I 1 w FnrK Kronen, Frkk Pnisss, Fkkk I'eopi.k. A IVoninii'v Kxeuse. RAD BKFOHK TKI STATB WOMAN KUrFRAOK ASSOCIATION BY COL. C A. Iir,F.I. Ym ask me, friends, to lend a band To help the rnux1 of woman, And with the want! ot jioesy To toeh each heart that' human 'With sorrow lor the sinful one. And pits' for thf friendless. Oh! would that I coaM brine to earh A Joy that would be endless. If laws might be In Justice made To better their condition...

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 March 1873

-MARCH 7, 1S73. SATURDAY EVENING LECTUEE. In another column will be seen the correspondence relative to a proposed lecture in Oro Fino Theater on the "Lifo and Times of Colonel K D. Dakcr." This lecture will consist of a condensed biographical sketch of the illustrious subject, copious extracts from the best of Ills many excellent orations, and po ems, anecdotes of his life and times, a full account of his tragic death, and an original poem dedicated to Baker Post, No. 1, Oregon Division of the Grand Army of the Republic. Maiiy tickets have already been sold and the prospects are favorable for large audionce. Tickets have been placed at fifty cents. Reserved scats can be secured on Saturday from 10 a. m. to 4 ir. without extra charge. KEEP IT BEFOBE THE PEOPLE. As our exchanges come in, freighted with Alliance comments, we arc more than ever convinced that the old system of oppression, or might against right, which ran such riot in the great Rebel lion, is not dead, and scarcely eve...

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 March 1873

V NEW TO-DAY. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. NORTHWEST ESTABLISHJIENT. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS. FRIDAY -MARCH 7, 1S73. H0MENEWS. The papulation of Oregon City is 959. There are 54 road districts in Marion county. Wheat is quoted at 75 cents a. bushel in Salem. The Jacksonville Times Is to have a new dress. Eugene City School District has 343 persons of school age. A line of stages will soon be put on the road from Roseburg to Coos Bay. The buildings of the Agricultural Col lege will accommodate 300 pupils. Tho improvements in and near Baker CHj will be very great the coming sea son. The rabbits are doing considerable damage to the fruit trees of Union county. The Linu County Farmers' Associa tion meets in Albany to-morrow, -the 8th ins-t. The population of Dallas City, exclud ing uiiinese, Is l,0s0. There are 420 school children The Good Templars at Summerville, Ljiion county, will build a hall the coming summer. MissMaltie Grooms is a manuscript composi...

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 March 1873

FRIDAY. .7IiMAHCH 7, 1S7S. I.ITc Itevriilltig". Vkfons or Hie golden morn Ins From lite graves of memory Early Hchlsaml shades are issuing Onee again before my eye. Hones then ante ami danced before rae, Joys pluyed ho-iwp in my stent, Bot Hie clouds mkmi Blherejl ojer ine. And around me fell the nhrliL Then iy young feel wandered, darkliup. Ami Um world km very drear; life setuied one omreire myrterjr, ABtl the grave a thins "1 fear. Is the summer alienee holy Forth I walked an In a dream, When the stars looked down a lid greeted Sister stars In every stream. "WW peri Rewinds the tall trees wakened. Lovingly tliefr limits tipstood, And they bowed and sans In answer Grand old hymns within the wood. Thus the tree and streamlet tanght me Their response to look and tone; How their love had made the breezes Ami the Marry liosts their own. By my door there passed a stranger Poor and worn and stained with sM, llat I thought of Heaven' mere)', And I Hiked the friendless In: Hopes, tome dea...

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 March 1873

MI1S. A. J. DIMWIT, tdllor and Proprietor OmCE Cor. front mill Stark StreeU. TKKHS, IX ADVAXCEi A Journal for the PeoiUe. ' Devoted to tire Intrabte r HumaHitr. Independent in Tolittes and IteHghxi. Mlve to nil Live Ie$e, aa TfcormWtty Radical In Opposing and KxtMHtog tkft-WHao ol the Mnses. One.Tear. . -B CO 1 75 1 (XI fMl'inOIUIlK Tllreo iikvhiIik... FUEK SPEBCIf, FlIEE 1'KEa.S, 1'KKK PKOrtE. Correspondents writing over aMttmarf signs, lures mnst make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will lie (1rn to their communication!!. ADVKRTISKMKKTSInscrtedon Reasonable Terms. "VOIITM33 II. rOTCTIVTVTD, OBEGON, FRIDAY, 3L.V.RCH 1-1, 1873. 3 tVorlil IVonrj-. B EVOEKK J. 1IAM The radiant firelight Miflly tU, With s rosy glow, on the irarlor walls: "While a mat Jen situ in an easy chair, And lists to the wall ot" the cvenlnc air. There are misty tears In her droopltitr eye. As sorrowful thought In her soul nrit-e. Her heart Ik heavy, h burning pain Throbs and thrills through her ...

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 March 1873

FRIDAY.. .MA11CH 14, 1873. THE IHATJGTJBAL ADDBESS. The President of the voting sex lias again spoken. The Inaugural Address, which is given in full in most of the men's journals, is a terse, able and sen sible production as far as it goes, but it only hints at one broad Republican idea that we should have been pleased to see treated with full recognition, although knowing his usual non-committal style upon matters not yet endorsed fully by his legal advisers who generally deal much more with law and precedent than with judgment or comprehension of ideas we did not expect it. That the President has a glimmer of the broad expanse over which Liberty is destined ultimately to preside, we gather from the following gleam of in spiration: "Ittfcmr Arm conviction tlint the civilized world In tending toward republicanism liv the people.and that our own great Republic Is des tined to ue uie zuraing Mar to an omens." It is idle to deny that women are "people," and it is equally idle to iguore...

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 March 1873

NEW TO-DAY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PORTIiAND ADVERTISEMENTS. NORTHWEST ESTABLISHMENT. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELL ANEO IS. FRIDAY.. .MARCH M, 1873. HOME NEWS. The Albany Register is advertised for sale. Albany school district lias 415 persons of school age. At the city election in Jacksonville only 144 votes were cast. The School Fund for"Uistritnition in Lane county this year is $4,570 27. A fine coal mine 1ms been discovered a few miles below Auburn, Kastcrn Oregon. The Albany Collegiate Institute will close a successful term to-night with a public entertainment. AnIIlinoisian writes to the Statesman that he is astonished to find that a news paper is printed "away out in that wild country, Oregon." The Services of Miss Xail, a gradtinte or the University at Salem, have been secured as assistant teacher in the dis trict school at Jacksonville. The new paper at Coos Bay will be called the Coos Bay Xetos. It was said that the first number would have been issued on Thursday (yesterd...

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 March 1873

FRIDAY MARCH 14, 1S7S. Soul to Soul. They not pert!, though their Icet Have wandered fur In different ways; And though they nevermore may meet On winter eve or summer days, It matters not though realms divide. Thotuph boundless sea between them roll. For tlt!, defying wind ami tide. Heart years to heart and soul to soul. They are not parted only those Are parted whom no love unite; Their absence break not our rer-oe W1h have no Khar in our delight; They may be Uy our side, and still A far from us aa pole to pole. Who lack the sympathetic thrill Or heart to heart and soul to soul. The Lost Bong. Fannie Rao had como down to spend Christmas at "Raeburn," the old family homestead. My grandmother and Kraudfather had been abroad for vonrs. and this being the first Christmas for so long mat tne old house was opened, they wanted to fill it with bright young faces, and morry laughter, to crowd out me voiceless memories which lurked in overy corner, and so a whole party of us had come cousins...

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 March 1873

Mia. A. J. UIMWAT. Editor and Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Front and Stark Streets. e - TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One your ,, Klx months Three inentns $3 00 1 76 ..ice t3 Vhke SPEECir. Fr.EK I'kess. Fkee People. - . ADVERTISEMENTS Insert eilon Reasonable Terms. Itliymc." BY MI6 VfHfllNIA OJ.XH. (Read before the Oreeon Slate Saffiroffe A MolBttn. Since nrrt the world In spaee wns hunj, The pratee of woman Imk been wng; "SogsnOe, lorlii, kind ami true. She hides the lib), and brings to view The blessings unto mortals given. Till earth hat geemed akin to heaven." The learned and great, Wtli far and near, Have said: To love i woman's spliere; That Love's the current or her life. Her nobtart aim to be a wile. In worldly strife he aeeks no part. For huaband, children. All tier heart. But man tc made of nobler stun". And love for him Ik not enough. Creation's Jni his rightful same. He seek for iower and wealth and fame. Ills plHre extends from pole to pole; lleyond the clouds he sets his goal. Although...

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 March 1873

1 .MAKCH 2S, 1S7S. TO OUBPATEONS The 2skw Northwest is going to lmvea few months' vacation. Ouryoung ami growing sons have stood faithfully nt the case for twenty-three months, and now, having been prostrated by an attack of measles the prevailing epi demicthey are unable, at once, to re some their work, and the finances of the paper will not justify us in employing other aid, so we now propose to spend a few months In lecturing, organizing suflrago societies, and soliciting finan cial aid for our paper. "We well know that iltc brain of the country are our friends. Our journalistiecareerhas been not only much more pleasant than we expected, but it has and we do not say it boatlngly compelled the admiration of our friends, and awakened the aston ishment of our enemies, "When we resume publication we hope to issue the r.w Northwest both dally ami weekly. A small, spicy, sprightly, wide-awake and cheap even ing paper Is one of the wants of our me tropolis. Tins we propose to furnish, a...

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. — 28 March 1873

s FIUDAY. .MA11CH 2S, 1S73. OEUMB OPOOMFOET. The Democratic press, amid its many dolorous disappointments, gets up faint grimacesof facetiousucss because theRe publican party fails to keep its contracts with the "loyal women of the country." It docs seem very hard to get a clear Idea through the Democratic mhirl. We have told this party of fossil ideas over and over again that wedo not expect the Republican party to enfranchise wom en because its desire to be consistent; we expect it because it shall become with them a iwlilical necessity. It will enfranchise women justas it did the ne gro, not because, it wants to but be cause it mutt. "We shall hereafter re joice at every Democratic victoy, be cause all such will hasten the women's day. "We are not a partisan, but a Re publican on Democratic principle., just as wo have ever been. "We believe in representation of the people, hy the people. Intrinsically, there is little difference between the ab stract ideas of Republicanism and De...

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. — 28 March 1873

FKtDAY. .MAltCII 2S, 1S73. fWrltteH for the New Northwe. Tniliglit Mu.siii;r. Sitting atone by my window to-night, Men'rlM wime o'er me Mealing Of Ttatoius bright and forms of light. To my saddening heart revealing Scenes that are hidden from other' gase, Of past, and present ami future day. CMOWS-They come, they come! these mem'- ries bright, Krer about me thronging, Filling my soul with a strange delight, And a vague, indefinite longing For a sight of I lie forms on that fairer shore And music of voices I hear no more. , Visions T cherished in happier days When life seemed bright before me. Ere the chilling blast and a sky oereaM With clouds, came sweeping o'er me; And I fonnd-too late bow dear and fair Were the blossoms that clustered around me there. ('KORCS They come, Ac Ever they bring to my spirit repow. Sweet as the dew of even When, at daylight flow, to the drooping rose The welcome balm is given. And nssara sinks to a dreamy rest, liar dnsky garments of twilight dressed. C...

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 June 1873

STiM ! iff iHW iXT A Journal Tor the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. ilive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Erpoting the' Wrongs ot the Masses. MRS. A. J. Df.MWAT. Editor a Proprietor OFFICE Cop. Front and Stark .Strff TERMS, IX ADVAXCSi" ' One yenr.: - ",",' 00 Rlx months. ,1T5 Three months. 1 MJ Fkek Skech, Fanrrjutss, FitEii"rEjir-i.E. r rri' -: i -tna ..:.-?I:3 YCCX Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor; or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Seasonable VOJLTME XI. IOTRXXlAjrDi OREGON", ITRIDjtY, JTJTOE1 SST. 1873. Terras. A Vaullicd Hope. Sweet with the scents of the summer,. White with the dew and the sun, Wee ai the robes orthe fairies, She folded them one brone. Royally fair was the raiment, rhooch none but herself might see How the heart with the hand had labored. For the Prince wlio wan yet to be! Into ...

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 June 1873

FRIDAY JUNE 1S73. SATURDAY EVENING LEOTUEE. Ou Saturday evening, June 28th, we shall lecture in Oro Fitio Hall upon "Professor Fowler anil the Head of the Family." We hope to see all our friends and enemies if we have any as wo have cathered some decided hits from Professor Fowler's lectures and writings wlrich he doesn't see. Admission free. I "We shall also lecture on Sunday at eleven o'clock upon the "Moral Need of the Enfranchisement of Woman," and at S r. M. upon "National Finance and its Bearings Upon the Morals of Hu manity." These will probably be our last lec tures in Portland for many months to come, as wo have many engagements for the interior. NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. We are preparing, as rapidly as our many other duties will allow, a state ment of each delinquent's account upon postal cards with which we shall supply alt in their turn. We shall 6top the paper of every subscriber as fast as the time expires for which payment has been made, provided they do not renew. Any a...

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 June 1873

1 1 rj FRIDAY.. JUNE 27, ffefid HOME NEWS. Pf.JSplendid crops are promised in Rogue river valley. Wool in small 'loti is bought at Cor vallls at 22 cents. KrUmbeln & Gilbert wiil draft the plan of your new house. The wheat crop in Douglas county this year will be over average. Quite a number of new buildings are in course of erection in Baker City. A snag-puller is at work In the Wil lamette river a few miles below Corval lis. Oliver Dennie will take your photo graph for S2 50 per dozen. Give him a call. A Spiritual meeting will be held. at Canby Station on the 12th and 13th of July. Trinity Church South) at Sa- lem, will be dedicated the first Sunday in July. J. H. FIsk will test your minerals or make your gold into brick?. Go and see him. 4 Tne distribution of interest on the ir reducible fund gives Benton county $1,- C30 coin. Farmers in all parts or the State are elated over their -splendid wheat crop prospects. A. Vail advertises the New Wilson Sewing Machine, warrauted for...

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 June 1873

FRTDAY. ..JUNE 27, 1873. At Hie Seaside. BY MBS. E. . DCPFEV. All through the listless summer da ys I M upon the bordering land; With earnest, fascinated Raze I watch the white waves wash the sand. I seethem come, I see them go; They come with steady, stealthy creep, As If with sure, resistless flow To bury ill beneath their sweep. But at ray feet the waves are stayed; Ah, stealthy, mighty, treacherous sea, The greater Power who all hath made Hath set a limit e'en to thee! Tbe phantom ships with spreading wings Hit past betwixt the sea and sky; They seem Ue llvlng.eonsclous things, With a mysterious destiny. Ah. surging sea with restless roll, There's a responsive chord in me; A beats thy waves so beats my soul In longings for Infinity. Oft phantom thoughts with spreading wings Flit o'er tbe surface or my mind ; They come, they go, like conscious things And leave a lasting wake behind. Oh, restless, tossing, troubled sea! Oh, troubled, struggling, human soul! How mighty, j et how we...

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. — 4 July 1873

' rvi A Journal ror the People. DeVoted to the Interests or Unmanlty. Independent In Politics and Itellglon. , Mlve to all Live Issue, and Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and HxpoolnE the Wronfs ot the Masses. MI3. A. J. Dl'.MWAT, Kdllor and Proprietor Ori'ICE-Cor. Front mid Rtnrlt Street. TERMS, IK ADVANCE : One vertr . fllr months. J3 no -175 - 1 (4 Three months.. Free Speech, Yntx Press, Free ITople. Correspondent writing over assumed 4gna turei must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given' to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Iteasonahle Terra. VOLUME IX. T" OT TIISD , OREGON, I"K H A.Y, JULY i, 1873. ..... Written for Ihe New NorthwwM. The rulurf tire. The future life O, what can It le To those .who have passed the ihore, And floated awy wtth the boatman death, Aye, gone to return no more. O, what mut It be tose tlie ones That were laid k cold ami white, 'Neath the riods of the valley to moulder away. Transformed to spirits of light. 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. — 4 July 1873

FRIDAY.... JULY 4, 1S73 "STORMOLOUDS THICKEN. AHEBIOA'B NATAL DAY. With booming of cannon and display of banners, with rolling drums and mar tial music the Ninety-seventh Anni versary of masculine Independence 5b ushered in upon the Republic. Business stops, tho exciting race for Rain is hushed, the indulgence of all absorbing greed is for the day forbidden and the Nation, from Portland, Maine, to Fortland, Oregon, joins the jubilee. From ten thousand speakers' stands. under the arched canopy of God, and with the starry emblem of Liberty floating in the breezes over the heads of; a great people in commemoration of a Nation's struggle for Freedom, will be read to-day these grand, immortal words: "We hold these truths to self evident; that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; that governments derive their just powers from the con sent of the governed; that tax...

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