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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 July 1873

.-JULY 4, 1673. TO SUBSCRIBERS. A8jrtftwe "lust remind our friends of theect.ify of remtUins their dues. Nothing worries us like unpaid bills. We can meet all honorable opposition openly and fearlessly, biit"vbcannot pay newspaper bills witlibutsS? A number jsf friends have gallantly? re sponded to our appeals already, hard as are the times. Let a thousand others follow suit, and the financial snfetyiof the People's Paper is assured. HOMEJTEWS. The public scliool.i of Salem have closed. Harvesting lias In-en commenced in Southern counties. t The Good Templars are going to build a hall at Lafayette soon. The brick work on tiie Slate Univer sity at Eugene is progressing rapidly. The Champions of the Red" Cross in JJaKer City number aoout one hundred. Nine marriage licences' were issued In Marion county during June, two less than in May. Tiie average attendance at the public schools in Astoria during the past year lias been about 100 pupils. The foundation of the new school building at...

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. — 4 July 1873

FRIDAY. JULY A, 1S73 Tl,c Thought ofn Mourning Mother. JIT MKS. MUI-OCK-CJIAIK. My little baby is mirledtoay; Gone-down in the depths of the churchyard chiy. Up In the sky so dim and gray. Who will take care of my little baby ? -ntm mHH tics bpr ? her waxen feet. That have never walked, and her small hand sweet, Where I left a white lilly, as was meet Who, who will kiss my little baby T Who will teach her? her wings to fly. Her tiny limbs their new v.-ork to ply. Her soft, dumb Hps to sine gloriously Oh! who will teach my little baby ? I have a mother who long ago died We sneak other now with our tears all dried: She may know my pretty oneronme to her HUf, And be glad to sec my little baby. Christ, born of a woman, hear! oh, hear! Thine angels are far off she seems near, Give thou my child to my mother dear. And I'll weep no more laz my little baby. Surely,- In heaven thy saints so blest. Keep a mother's heart In a mother's breast; Give benny lamb, and I shall rest, If my mother tak...

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. — 11 July 1873

I. i ma MM i , . . , . v I , 1 HK3. x. J. UHMvr.1T. Editor and rrijilctor OFriCE-Cor. Tront and Stark Slrret. TERMS, IN ADVANCE : Oneyear. Six months Thren"monihs. fS 00 -ITS I 00 ADVRUTIfSnMKNTSInkertKlonnwtonRl.Ic jenns. Inconstancy. BY FLORENCE MUICV. Against the ourtnlned )anc, beloved, Tlie snow bents thlek anil fa; The wild wlFidtefrorrrnvful refrain Is telllnjofthe Iai-t. And In tbeold fnnilltiirrlialr, JVsWe the Irenrth-flrr stow, I sit and King the tender air You loved m long ago. Ah, often Mnee, tin- spiring, beloved, link bloomed alxve jour rest, I breathe the vrer-t old Mttig, that Siuj- IUell within my brel Ak elittdren, In tlie elerls days "When Winter darkly lower-, Itetrnoe the grdeu' sodden waya, And talk of lafct year"a flowers. It never seemed to you, lielovej, When we walked ltand In luinj, Amid the mnOilne and the dew. Of youth enehanted land It never teemed to you or me That I ctMiM nius ur ) tulle. If you were lying olrcntly , Within your grave the while. We 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. — 11 July 1873

She feilfouest. FRIDAY... ..". -JULY II, Ii. LECTURES. The editorof this paper will lectureon Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next week, i.July 17th and lSthjat North Yamhill Station; also ou Friday and Saturday evening- at St. Joe, and on Sunday evening at Lafayette. MISS AHTHONY'S OASE. Our astute apologists for sexual suf frage are now busily puzzling their brains for palliation of the inhimou Dred Scott decision recently rendered by the I". S. District Court for the State of New York in the case of Susan B, Anthony. Because Judge Hunt holds to the fal lacy that the- right of suffrage is inher ent in nobody, lyjt is, instead, a right conferred by State Laws, and therefore the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend ments should be subservient to the lesser laws of the States, the same has become the opinion of many Republican editors of to-day, who, until recently, would not admit a sovereignity of States in op position to, or above the sovereignity of the Federal Constitution. How it ...

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. — 11 July 1873

FRIDAY -Jl'LY II, VST!. HOMEtfEWS. TheMelhodtstcamp-ineethiKat Canity Station la being largely attended. "A mail now arrives and departs from Empire City for the railroad daily. In lane county the prospecUs fnir for finer crops than were ever harvested be fore. A man in Baker county Is polici tins subscriptions for a monument toltnbert R. Lee. It is cstimalptl that 10,000 persons at tended the celebration at St. Joe last Friday. Service was held in the new Trinity Church in tlii" city for the first time last Sunday. During lust week there was shipped from Coos Bay 1,000 tons of coal and 200,000 feet of lumber. Six thousand dollars were subscribed at Astoria last week to build n wharf and warehouse at that place. The Aatarian has seen a very rich specimen of silver quartz from the Coast Mountains in Clatsop county. Mrs. V. Cary Johnson of Oregon City received her numerous friends in this city yesterday at the St. Charles Hotel. ASpirituul Grove meeting will be held on the 13th and 14...

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. — 11 July 1873

FRIDAY... .-JULY 11, 1873. Sowing- null Kenplng-. Sow with a generous hand: Pause nutlor toil ami pain; Weary not through the heatof summer, Weave not through the cold spring rain; But watt till the autumn rami'. For the sheaves of golden grain. flatter the seed and fear not A table will he spread: What matter If you are too wenry To ent your hard-oarned bread ? Sow while the earth is broken. For the hungry must ho fed. Sow while the seeds are lylnr In the warm earth's bosom deep. And your wann tears full upon It, They will Mir In their quiet sleep. And the green blades rise the quicker l'erthnne for the tear you weep. Then sow, for the hours are fleeting. And tlie seeds must full to-day. And care not what hands shall reap it, Or If you Khali have passed away Refine the waving cornfields Shall gladden the sunny dny. Sow and look onward, upward. Where the starry light appears; Where, In spite of the cownnl's doubting, Or your own heart's trembling fears. You shall reap in Joy the har...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 July 1873

l.ll - , .ill. j II. HUS. A. J. UU.MWAT, tailor and ITaprlflor Orri CK-ror. 1'ront and Slnrk MrirlC A Journal for the People. le"Vrty to tlie'IntereStSoriTUinTTnTtyT : Indeiiendent In Politics iitiJiIteffglon.O Mlve to all I.lve'lssuos nnd Thoroughly Itadlcal In Opposing and Kxposlngthe Wrongi ot the Slaves. . .. . TBKM8, IK jAD VANCE: . sTfe- y -?g Correspondents writing overnnsnmeil iKghg t II res num make known their names to the Kilitor.or no attention will be given to thefr I'TivntVitrnnirrMiM.. . ... ihu is in vnoa on ueamnnbie rOUTJOA-INX), OK12GON. 11 i II) .V A'. JULY JfeJ, lteri$. communication-. I Fnr.E SiT.ncit, l-nnr. ri:i, utr.i I'rartB j A TUVX feTORV. One night, alter tea, Master Johnny and Sac Sat down at the table their problem to do. Their task tn In Rnclkl.and Juit about where J he eirele they wlhcd t'tnicrlbe In a square. Both eager Ixan tle two line to draw: And i?hen the whole thing Hide Sue thought "My hiring in a knot!" baby erfe with a slKJMU "Quick, Stwte....

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 July 1873

FKIDAY. .-JULY 18, 1S73. "WOMAN SUPPKAGE COUETS." AND THE Under tbis head our worthy brother of the Oregonian, under date of July 14th, discourseth thusly: Wc have heard of Mimebody savins that Kcnator Carpenter and lien. Itullcr, both law yers of considerable eminence, had expressed the opinion that the amendment to the Con stitution of the United States confer the rich! at suffrage on women ; hut we have never seen any such opinions by thorn, ami s-hall not be easily eonvmcru mat ni.-y nave gicn sucu. They are loth understood to look favorably uion the proposition to extend to women the right to vote, and in this they have the concur rence of a very considerable number of promi nent men of the country; but when we arc told that they, or any lawyer of their clam, have civen an opinion that woman suffrage is al ready the law of the lund, wo "demand the papers." Our heart is gladdened. Whenever we can get men's bravery strcnghteued into au investigating mood, we have gained one grand...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 July 1873

FRIDAY. JUIA' IS, la HOME HEWS. Harvesting lias commenced in Polk county. The Oakland Post Office has become a Money Order Office. The Jacksonville Time is expected to reappear to-morrow. Marion county lias a balance of j in the Treasury. Genuine fire clay tins been found willini six miles of this city. H. F. Underwood, the free thought lecturer, is now in Southern Oregon. Fifteen hundred dollars' worth of books have jut been added to the State J-aurary. Since the cIoms of the Modoc troubles the Link river country is being rapidly Beiueu uj. The Indians at SiMz liave in at least a thousand acres of grain most of which looks very well. Tho town clock of Salem has been mil in good shape, awl now tolls the passing nours witli Uue regularity. The rains of Sunday last iirost rated considerable ur.iin un the vallev. be sides dunitigiiijj the hay crop, much of winch had been mown. Next Sunday the Jewish young men 01 tins city will have a picnic at Al bany. They will go up in the morning au...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 July 1873

JULY IS, 1S73. In' the Nest. Gather tham close to your loving heart Cradle tlrem on your breast; . They will soon enough leave your broomug Soon enough mount youth's topmost stair Utile ones in the nest. Fret, not that the children'? hearts are gay. That the restle-s feet will run: Thrmariinea time. In the by and to, wZylfrttlnyrh,nely room nd sigh Per a sound ofeblldMi fun; When you'll kmi for the repetition sweet Tht sounded tTirough each room, f"iH.tIher " "meLber," the dear love-ealls Tha wlllho Wne In theslleat halls, Awl wIJ to Ihdr stately gtooai. There may come a time when you'll tone to near The eager, boyish tread, , Tlie tuneless whistle, the clear, Mirlll shout, The busy bustling in and out, And paltering overhead. When the boys and girls are all grown up. And Mattered fur and wide. Or cone to the undiscovered shore Where youth and age come never more, You will miss them from your side. Then tasther them close to your loving heart Cradle them on your breas t ; They will ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1873

t ' 1 MUH. A. J. ItHMMAY. KJIIor anJ I'ropMflur OFl'ICE-Cor. Trout nn.I Slnrk Ktreeli THIWig, tf AOVAKCHs Oneijjear. Six riioni Three nHniH .;cra 1 flr - 1 f ' mills. Written tor the Xew Northwest. Answer to -TltcTliMiliiH of u Mourn luff Mother. Wlmt though ywir buoy wa imrlcd to-day IKwn in tliedejtlhs r I Ik- ebureh-ynrd elny It wasonly the (Make lha held yonr pride, Yotir baby bu eer Ml j r ui.Jp. Tbc Miwlt will Ms her. and luw That have never walked, aad her IuuhU m sweet Are leaded with Milieu, while Sowers more rare Are twined 'round the brow of your darting fair. TheangeUwill leaehber her pinions to ilunte, j m. me evw may nover nooiu your lioine. Ami her dear little iwwlh, wMli Ma dhnpHnc mile. Oft wtdvpen: rum tort, yowr heart to beguile. .Tpfttlml flkf'liHc whn InrAil mIbIUmu I Tmnaplautnl yuat bad tm bitMtM etoeWbsse; From his arm-, yoar eMM'ut ynr mother he gave Loug ere you laid ber 1m her tittle crave. Are iicel not Mothem with heart In tlielr HKMl Tlie same m before ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1873

s s vv -srt J 4 FRIDAY.. ...'-Jl'LY IS, 1S73. THE "BULLETIN" OK LAW. Our brother of the Bulletin, whose head is tolerably clear upon such mas culine lights as have been usually con sidered as vested hi -he Constitution, continues as Democratic as the Slate nights Democrat itself in relation to its new theory of the right of States to confer sullmge. Such an argument is unworthy of any journal claiming to he Republican. While the Constitution did originally leave the regulation of suffrage to the control of States, it con ferred upon these States no power to prohibit a free-born, adult, tax-paying, law-abiding citizen from exercising a right which its own preamble pro nounces inalienable. "We quote the Bulletin: The (Mates are now prohibited from exclud ing citizen lrom the suffrage on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude." Hut no lurther. Kxcejit In mi Mr as the rule has been changed by this enactment, it re mains precisely as lie fore. Stales right there fore ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1873

FRIDAY -JULY 25, 1S7S. HOMENEWS. The late term of the Circuit Court at Dallas cost I'nll; county 8,209 C3. Wool Is coming in quite lively at Cor vallis. The ruling price Is 22J cents per pound. The large hall in the Central Market was formally thrown open hist Satur day evening. The bent quality of timothy hay is selling at Ungene at $7 per ton. Wheat buyers are toying 05 cents per bushel. Colonel Heed of Salem is engaged in painting the great Modoc lava beds, from sketches made upon the ground. A division of the Sons of Temperance has been organized at Jacksonville with twenty-two charter member, by Hon. W. O. Clark. It is estimated that not over one hundred acres of wheat have lodged in the Willamette valley On account of the recent ruin, much leas than was antici pated. On the 12th iust., Miss Lena Kimball, of South Salem, met with a painful ac cident. While plittiugoine kindling wood with a hnlcliet, the 'instrument glanced iiihI tartly tHirled itself in her right foot. Harvesti...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1873

FRIDAY. -JULY 25, 1S73. My Choice. BY JENNIE IIAIiltlSON. Yes, I know there are stains on niv carpet The traces or small, muddy hoots; And I tee your fair tapestry glowing All spotless with blossoms and fruits! Ami I know that my walls are disfigured With prints of small lingers ami hands; And 1 see that your own ltouselioM whiteness All fresh In Its purity stands. Ye, I know my "black walnut" Is battered And denied by many small heels. While your own polished stairway, all perfect. Its smooth, shining surface reveals. And I know that my parlor is Uttered Willi many odd treasures and toys, V hlle your own Is in daintiest order. Unharmed by the presence of boys! And I know that my room Is invaded Quite boldly all hours of Hie d v. " hltevou sit in your own unrnnfestol Ami d renin the soft quiet away! es, I know I have Jackets that wear out. And buttons that never will slay, W liile you can embroider at leisure Anil learn pretty arts of crochet. Am.1.I.Mn?w ""TO are lessons In spellln...

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

fjje gem jgorfljttjesl A Journal for the People. - - lieyoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. Mive to all Live I&snes, and Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and Exposing the AVrongs ot the Masses. MRS. A. J. DUMWAY. Kdltor and Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Front and Ntark Htroeti. TERMS, IK ADVANCE: Oncyyar. M m .. ITS -. 1 00 Six n&nths Three month Free Speech, Free Phes?, Fkee People. CorrespoI"Icn,s writing over assumed slgna nc mnct mnbft known their names to the Editor, or no attention will bo given to their communications. ADVERTISES! BNTS Inserted on TteftsonaMe 3?02XXiAJTD, OKEGON, FRIDAV, AUGUST 1, 1873. ISTnMI3ET ."5". Terms. Reply to Juhu G. tVltlltter "My IMny- inHle. BV ELLA MOORE, Tls true, the pines on Ramoth 31111 Were murmarlnj; ott and low. And sweet May blossoms wafted by, ' Like feathery flakes ofsnow. TboK blowonu drifted o'er my path. The birds sang loud and Ray, I feittny pretence dearer far Than Cowers or bird that day. Oh, 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. — 1 August 1873

FRIDAY AUGUST 1, lb73. END OF VOLUME TWO. Tills issue closes the Second Volume of the New Northwest. Looking back over our editorial career of two short years, bright visions or the kindly eyes that have so often greeted these pages flit before us. In imagination -we can hear the words of kindly encour agement that have gone forth upon the si lent wings of the air, to be gathered up and repeated, again and again, until our tired spirit has been strengthened anew for the labors of the hour by the invisible influence that they bring around us. We can see the silent tear of sympathy as it steals down the cheek of some woman in a lonely farm house, who, by these pages, has been brought in contact with the busy world; and we can hear the joking raillery of jo vial, good-natured husbands, as they pretend to be afraid their wives will be "polled" by the gospel of Human Rights. Again, we hear the bitter denuncia tions of narrow-minded enemies and the silly misrepresentations of foolish 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. — 1 August 1873

FRIDAY....".. ... .. .... AUGUST 1, 1S73. HOMEHEWS. C. St. Loujs will repair your old watch or sell your new one. See his ad. It is said that Madam Anua Bishop and troupe will arri'eto-;morrov. The Democrats of ;Uaker county will hold a county convention on the Oth inst Rev. A. I. LinuVley, of this city, will organize a Presbyterian church at Rose burg, on the 3d of August. Jacksonville had $31 left of the fund raised to celebrate the Fourth of July, after all expenses were paid. Grain of all sorts is maturing well in Marlon county. The hay is about all secured, and the yield is immense. The settlers on Goose Lake have peti tioned the Jackson county Commission ers for a county road to their valley. The Agricultural and Wool Growers Association, of Douglas county, have sold their wool, amounting to 40.000 pounds, by bid, to S. Marks & Co., for 123 cents per pound. J. V. Lewis, stair builder, shop on Oak street, between Seventh and Park, is the man to see when you want store Diiei...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 August 1873

. 1 1' ill :-l -it O J . i SB r , 111 ' T u ' t-i n 'JtMkL .AUGUST 1, 1S73. The Child ami the Ansel. Br IIESTEn A. BENEDICT. Once, upon Life's flowery margin, Where tbe sun shone strangely bright. And the breeze chanted gayly To the blossoms pure and white; Where the ever-lulling fountains Of our childhood's better time, Still -were filling vale and highland With their melody sublime; Sweeter far than sweetest blossom Sat a baby, wondrous fair, With an angel's-wing about him, And an angel's shining hair Falling o'er the snowy splendor Or his little waxen limbs, While the angel-lonci, were blended With the teudcrest of hymns. "You can hear the voices, baby. Of the far-off restless throng. For the valleys now are ringing With the echo or their song; But a million hopes arc dying In the weary walks of earth, And a million hearts arc breaking Mid the shouts of joy and mirth. There is love and hope nnd gladness Where the busy footsteps fall, But an undertone of sadness Low and solemn wal...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1873

"if US. A. J. OT.MWAT. Editor and Proprietor Ori'ICEjCor. Front and Stark Street. A Journal for the People. ' ' Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In roll tics Wd Religion. Mlve to all Live Issues,-and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the. Wrongs . TIJRXIf!, IK ADVANCE: "One Tr "" ' t m Blr month I 75 Three months , .,, 1 00 ol the Masses. rvimxnnmlents writln? over assumed sltma- fnrtf4 must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. -ADVERTISE MENTS Inserted on Reasonable .Terras. "vouxoxe nr. I? OTtTIVNVD , OREGON, 3TRirA.Y, VXJGTJST gt, 1873. IVTJMIiETt l. Fkee Speech. Fkp.e Press. Fhee People. Tno Little Feet. BY rXOBENCE PKBCT. Two little feet, h small that both may nestle In one caresnlng hand; Two tender feet upon the untried border Of life's mysterious land; Dimpled and soft and pink as peach-tree blos soms In Aprtl'n fragrant days; How can they walk anions the briery Unsle Bdclng the world' rough w...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1873

FRIDAY. AUGUST S, 1873. OUT OF THE TIEE. The fearful holocaust that swept over our city last Saturday has almost com pletely paralyzed all business Interests. Not only are hundreds of families turned homeless Into the streets, with their business destroyed and the earn ings of a life-time laid waste, but hund reds and thousands whom the fire fiend did not directly reach will suffer In the stagnation of their business until It will bedifflcula'ndinmanycaseslmpossible, to meet their engagements. This mis fortune falls especially heavy upon the New Northwest. Our second volume had just been completed, and many hundreds, whose renewals would have been made this week, are now com' pelled, through their losses, to disco n tlnue the paper. Bo, although our office did not burn, nor our house and cloth Ing, our business Is crippled to a very serious extent. We this week send this copy of Volume Third to every sub scriber in arrears with the amount of indebtedness marked at the head of this c...

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