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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1873

-" 'THAT LETTEE. 4 ""rliiall y'DecIded." NEW TO-DAY. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.- MISCELLANEOUS. .AUGUST 8, 1S73. HOMENEWS. "Wool ia coming into Roseburg rapidly The agricultural works at Salem cost 530,000. A large warehouse is being erected at Junction. Hay is selling at $S ier ton at Mc Minnville. iiaker City lias an entire block of stone buildings. Ice in LaGrande is sold at one and a hair cents a pound. Fine crops of sweet potatoes are grow ing Jackson county. Tin Is said to have been discovered at Ochoco and lead at Yakima. The free bridge at Dayton across the Yamhill river is nearly finished. The LaGrande school district has lev led a tax sufficient to raise $1,000. The farmer's warehouse at Corvallis is rapidly approociiing completion. There are a great many new comers at Eugene, and inquiries about farms are numerous. The residence of Mr. E. G. Bryant, of Clatekauie, was nearly destroyed by fire last Saturday. The Corvallis Warehouse Company have increased Iboir capital stock ...

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. — 8 August 1873

FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1873. In tbe Dark. by w. w. The day bad died a happy death. The evening sky was still aflush, When we two walked with bated breath, Within our hearts tho twilight's bush. The mingled scent of many a bloom Rose softly on the silent air. The grand old forest lent Its gloom. The distant sea moaned 1U despair. My heart was full, the years to come Were dim with dread uncertainty; My foolish lips with lovo were dumb. My spirit answered to the sea. But Mature speaks. If lips are still. And when my soul lound strength at last To breathe In broken words my will. My doubts and fears forever passed. Her firm white band reached out to mine, I clasped It close, yet tenderly. And through night's darkness lelt the sign That life's great Joy bad come to me. "Woman's Taxpayers' Meeting. Tho Woman's Taxpayers' Association held a meeting at the .Mayor's office in Rochester on tho 10th uit, "Wcget the following report from the Evening Ez- press: It was expected by some that Judge fiel...

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. — 15 August 1873

HaaaMBHnaHBMaHXSSBBSK A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanlt y. " Independent In Politics and Religion. -Ulve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly' Radical In Opposing and Exposing tho Wrongs' o( the Masses. MES. X. J. DrXlWAT. Editor and Proprietor OFl-ICE-Cor. Front and Htark Klre-eta. TERMS, lit ADVANCE: One rir-j 81 monthgj Threo monthly ..taco 175 -100 Fkex Speech, Fuze Parts, Fees Psortx. Correspondent writing over assumod slgna-I tures must make known their names to the. Editor, or no attention will be given to their, communication. TVF.nTISEMENTS inserted on Reasonable YOLTBIE III. rcvrcxjL.Aovi), Oregon, fkiday, vtjoxtst is; ist'u. 1 W'J' WWWW" f Written for the Xew f orthwcat.1 A Lady Teacher. "My dovet" the bridegroom speaks. To whom? whom, thlnkest thou, meaneth he? Say, O my soul! canst thou presume He thus addresses thee? Yes, 'lis the bridegroom's voice of love. Calling thee, O my soul, his dove! My soul, of native power bereft. To Calvary repairs...

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. — 15 August 1873

FRIDAY. AUGUST" 15, 1873: LIBEETT TOE MAEEIED WOMEN. The Chicago Balance, an ably con ducted monthly journal, devoted" to the interests of woman, and per consequence to "Woman Suffrage, says, in response to some nonsensical prejudice in the True Woman, as seen through the fash ionable eye-glasses of Madam Dahlgren: 'frhdsewho have read our journal at tentively will bear us out In the asser tion that we have never for a moment spoken lightly of the responsible duties of motherhood, or regarded them as of secondary importance, and we have never been able to see what some of our most radical friends seem to claim, that married women can be, to any great ex tent, what is usually termed self-sup porting." .Right here Is expressed a very com mon error that is the direct author of mutm-mlschlef. The Idea that tho du tifes' afad obligations of the high and holy place of motherhood are in them selves onerous Is absurd. The necessary wbrk of rearing humanity ought to be considered quite as re...

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. — 15 August 1873

- trA V This n-nnrforfnl nnwl. Uib mmnlollnn FRIDAY.. AUG UST 13, 1S73. HOME HEWS. This wonderful novel, the completion of which was considered as lost forever to the world when the wonderful inspi ration that lingered as a perpetual glory about the conscious being of Charles Dickens' passed out beyond material life, is now, so the Eastern papers say, to-be revived and -finished -through- the mortal mediumship of a young Brattle- Residences are in demand at PenriiA. ton. -The Albany Demnrrnt h Maui u I - - ,wvu .19 urnia volume. The wheat harvest has commenced all boro resident, a native of Boston, a ma. er unn county. chinest by trade, who not only has had The crops in the vicinity of Weston no training for the work, but who pro- aro. unusually flue. I leases to have never been a Spiritualist, Coos countv is SI l.Oir. in tn.i.K. and nothing for Spiritualism assets to the amount of $3,594 rt. Tne PaPers which erewhllo scoffed at LI. M t t.l t . Prof. Fowler, the phrenologist will i ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 August 1873

FRIDAY AUGUST 15, 1873. Prayer and -Potatoes. T bev..j. t. rrrrrk. The following poem administers & tevere though Just rebuke to worldly Christianity. It li a fragment of a charity sermon, preached In Dorchester, Mas., some twelve or fourteen yean ago: Ifa brother or sUter be naked and destitute Of1 dally food, and one nf vnn uv nrttn lham. Depart In peace, be ye wanned and Oiled ; not withstanding ye give them not those things which are needfal for the body; what doth It An old lady tat In her old arm chair, With wrinkled -visage and disheveled hair. With hunger-worn features; For days and for weeks her only fare, As she sat there In her old arm chair, Had been potatoes. But now they were cone; of bad or good Not one vras left for the old lady's lood Of those potatoes; And she sighed and said, "What shall I do? Where shall I send, and to whom shall I ro For more potatoes ?" And she thought of the deacon over the way. The deacon o ready to worship and pray. Whose cellar was full...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1873

She ihw $0xthm$t MRS. A. J. UUMWAT. Editor and Proprietor Or'ICE-Cor. Front niul Stnrlt Streets. A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. llve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing aud Exposing tbo Wrongs t TERMS, IN ADVANCE: ot the Masses. One yir Klx monUift Three mouths... -SSTO ..ITU .. 1 60 Correspondents writing over assumed Signa tures must make known their names jto the Editor, or no attention will be elven to their communications. TermXBIrriBEMENTSlB,erle,l0n ReMona,,le VOLIDII': in. POTtTJLA.NX, OREGON, FKIDAY, AUGUST 1873. IVXnVXIJETt 3. Fkek Speech, Free Press, Free People. Mount NIlHhtlU a pour mams bv joiix hoi.lin niooc js Heboid Uie dread ML Shasta, where It Mamls Imperial 'midst tle tescer ltefghts, and, like Some mighty, unttntlotted mind, eompau ionlesa And cold. The stonnt of Heaven may beat In wrath Against it, but it stands In unpolluted urandeur still; and from the rolling ihMr U- ne...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1873

FRIDAY. AUGUST 22, 1873. "PEOUNIAEY INDEPENDENCE A2TD POLmOALEIQHTS." Under this head the Portland Bulletin discourses as follows: "Political and consequent pecuniary lnde- penuence ior women" nine suujoci oi an urn cle In the Sew XoimiwKST. It would bo pru dence not to base too great hope on pecuniary inaepenaenre ionowingoi course upon point- cal rights. We know several men who have all political rights but never know what pecun- lary Independence id; and of several others who have no political rights who have never theless complete pecuniar- Independence. As a matter of tact one hundred or even one thous and persons reach pecuniar' independence thmui-li other nursults where one reaches it through the aid rendored by the possession of the right to vote ana to noiu oincc. As a political fencer our brother is a decided success. You can no more pre vail upon him to directly face the. great live issue of Woman Suffrage, now be fore the .American people, than you could prevail upon him...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1873

FRIDAY. ..AUGUST 22. 1873. HOMEJTEWS. New wheat sells in the Salem market for 75 cents per bushel. The Oregon City Mills arc paying from 80 to 85 ceuU for wheat. The Wasco county Democratic Con vention will meet September 3d. Pacific University, Forest Grove, will open the first Wednesday in September. Several Washington countv mrniors Will each harvest over 10,000 bushels of wueat this year. The University building at Eurrene is now completed above the windows of lue second story. Tho fall session of the Corvallis Agri cultural College will commence on the 2d day of September next. Workmen commenced laying the as phaltum floor in the basement of flip Salem Court House last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fulford and Miss Minnie Pixiey have returned from their tour through California ami Southern Ore gon. Mr. J. M. Garrison and Miss Hattie Clarke, of Salem, will teach the public school at Corvallis during the ensuing year. TheGreal Parisian Circus, under the management of John Wilson, the vet...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1873

Friday.... ..August 1S73. Caldwell of SprliiRfielil. BV 11UET HAKTE. Hrc th2poU Look around you. Above, on the height, Lay the Hessians encamped. Br that church on the right Stood the gaunt Jersey farmers. And here ran ?l xen 1 1 You m,a"olS anywhere and you'll tum up a itointng more. Grasses spring, waters run. floveni hlnw Pretty much as they dkl ninety-throe years u&u. Nothing more, did I say ? Stay, one moment Tou've heard Of Caldwell, the parson, who once preached the Word Down atSpringfleld 7 MTiat.no! Come that's All the Jerseys aflame! And they gave him the name Of the-rebel high priest." He stuck In their For he loved the Lord God and he hated King He had cause, you might say! When the Hes slansthatdav Marched up with Knyphausen, they slopped on their way " At the"Farros," where his wife, with nclStld In her arms, Sat alone In the bouse. How It happened none But God and that one of the hireling crew Who fired the shot. Knougb I there she lay, iuu iiwuHni, me cnapiain, u...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 August 1873

MRS. A. J. DUXHVAY, WIter cad ITeprlctor Itri'ICE-Cor. Front mill Stnrk Kl roots. A Janrnal for the l'aople. . it UevotcU to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In ToHtics and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and TUoronhly, Radical in Opposing anil Exposing tho Wrongs ol the Masses. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: Oneyear. Mix inoniliK Three mom us.... .178 - 100 Fnr.K SfErcii, Fixer l'nrss, Fnr.E PEorr.i. Correspondents writing over assnmeddgna tnres must mako known ' tiioir nnmes t6'ttio Bdltor.or no attention will bo given to their communications. :.. i. AnYF.RTISEMKXTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLtDIE III. PORTLAND, ORE GON, FKIDAT, AUGUST S20, 1873. NUMBER -1 . TWriUen tor the NewXoHliwesc Tlie Travelers or the Slcrrn. BY JOHN A. WOMACK. Far o'er the now-clad, Occident mountains RoOe two travelere, high and low, Neck Mad noek by the Ride or the fountain, FW9k deep lhroirh tire virgin snow. The i ii.Wt peeped at them out of the maw dnft. Th -,u.ml- winked at them oon in tlie morn ; While...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 August 1873

I FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1S73. HATE WE A REPUBLICAN ORGAN IE THE CITY ? This thought is taking tangible shape and giving itself vent from the brains and tongues of many anxious citizens. Picking up the Orcgonian of Monday, we read, under the bead of "exciting times," a factious tirade against the Re publican primaries, and the office holders who figured therein, as that Journal represents, alone. "Now," we thought, "is a Splendid opportunity for tho Bulletin to read the Orcgonian a much-needed homily upon party fealty and partisan ethics." But the Bulletin didn't eeo it; or seeing, didn't think it necessary to expostulate or scold. So the Republican party of Portland stands to-day in the humill tatlng position of being without an or gan which will treat its official acts with decency, or at least, without an organ that will defend and sustain Its dearest interests. We venture the assertion that if a new Republican daily and weekly news paper, which should contain the ring of true patrio...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 August 1873

FRIDAY AUGUST 29, 1S73. H0ME2IEWS. The new church at Pendleton is to be built immediately. There are fivo districts in Ronton county that have no schools. The principal of the Pendleton school receives an annual salary of $1,000. Seventy thousand pounds of wool have ben shipped from the Eugene uepot uus season. usou's u rutin i'anslau Circus to night and to-morrow evening. Also, a maiinee to-morrow afternoon. Tlie new quartz mill at the Virtue Mine In Baker county has started up, anu is doing nne worK. S "Mrs. "Wilson, wife of the Lite Hon. J. o. v nson, lias accepted a position as one of the teachers in The Dalles public L. C. "Walker, of Forest Grove, has been selected by the School Directors as the Principal of the- public school of The Dalles. The new school house at the Eastport coal bank is nearly completed and will be opened for educational purposes early in the ensuing month. The funeral of our old friend Henry Bird, who was buried last week from Ij. residence in this city, ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 August 1873

FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1873. Written Tor the New Northwest. Tlie Ballot. A r.VItODT. The vain man with nonsense may boast of ex celling In cards or good brandy, at vice or "nihil," And gain admiration by Joyfull v telling Of drinking and lighting with exquisite skill ; jjui give mo mo 'woman in country or dtv Whoso vote and her paper arc dear to her heart; Who fearlessly argues with lady-like pity And wishes tho ballot a citizen's part ner own coming future the undying future Whon the ballot's directed by Beauty's sweet art. If homo has a noblo and elegant token, A holly-canst ever immortal and true, A tie that is never degraded nor broken, A witchery certain all vice to subdue. Tls this and lieropposlte never has furnished 80 keen and unerring or polished a dart: IX!t woman direct It, so pointed and burnished, For.oh! she is sure of a citizen's part The bright coming future the magical future When the ballot's directed by Beauty's sweet nrt, Joiin- A. Wojiack. A Woman's Oourage. The bl...

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. — 5 September 1873

MIS. A. J. BUMWir, Editor and rriprlel'or V Journal for.tUaPcoplc. , Devoted to tho Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Mlvo to all" Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and ESpoMng the Wrongs ri'IC!ICor. l'ront ami Stark SIrepK ' TKItMS, IN ADVANCE: ot tho Masses. , Oneyjmr Six months Three inomlis... -?3 CO 1 75 - 1 60 Fuee Speech, Feee IY.ess, Free 1'ron.E. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must mako known their namesxto the n.iYB,m8KrEXral'Mrtedon Reasonable VOLIDIE III. POTtXXVlSTD, OREGON, ITRrDA.Y, SEPTEMBER C, 1873. Edltor,or no attention will be given to their communications. ' 1 WW WAP i lira it. a utm wt m . 7 ihm irra f .Written for the New Northwest. The Ilrntli or lie Violet. BV JOHN A. WOJIACK. At the -vesper houroflwlllght, There leii a drop of dew, That kiMHl a bud In the moonlight With eye or starry hue. Tlut wtiwta of mornln; sifted The dew at the sweet buii's feel; The -.an then wanderta? lifted The hud so pure am...

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. — 5 September 1873

mm FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1873. KEEP THE BALL BOLLING. Again we must urge upon our patrons the necessity of renewing their sub scriptions. A number of friends have renewed during the week, and the solic itude of many more has been awakened. Let us have 1,000 subscriptions and re newals at S3 00 each, forVolumo Third, aud our barque will then have ballast sufficient to steady it for a year. Next week wo shall publish the number of renewals received up to that time for the full Volume. Help us, friends, to make the number large. We must have your aid. PEEPABIHGT0 "BOLT." The Orcgonian is preparing to bolt. We have always contended that to bolt, for good and sufficient reasons, was the right of an American citizen. But when a public journal, commanding and receiving the patronage of a great organization, sees fit to bolt that organ! zation upon its own responsibility, that journal must of necessity abide the con sequences. An independent journal, or one not committed to any party organ! ...

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. — 5 September 1873

!Uo Maim M?.Hk.f i FRIDAY SElTEMBEIt 5, 1873. HOMENEWS. The Cireus was largely attended. The fire limits have been laid out. Trinity Cburch was consecrated last Sunday. The Allmny It eg inter lias just closed its fifth volume. There are twenty-six Farmer's Granges in Oregon. Nowhere up the valley have tho crops ! K'l-n damaged by the recent rains. Tiie overland mail now reaches As toria in ten day from New York city. There are about 35,000 bushels of wheat in the various storehouses at Cor- allif. A ledge of pure chalk has been found in the vicinity of Lalta creek, Clatsop Plains. The Linn county Fair commences on the 23d of September, and continues four days. The Jackson county Fair will com mence on tlte 21th hist, and continue four days. TheMoiitieelloMeamerwill leave this c ity hereafter at 7 A. Jr., instead of 8, as heretofore. The lat shipment, for the season, of Oregon salmon was taken to Astoria on Friday last. The new school books adopted by the Hoard of IWueation arc now c...

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. — 5 September 1873

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1S73. Written for the New Northwest. Xau. Man breathes of Mature while he lingers on earth; The Joys he derives arc the fruits of his birth; Although he is lowly he delights to bestow The life that he has in others to grow. He lives but to lie where forests have crown; His life is but brief, as Is everywhere known. Jons A. Wojiack. A New Ally. "We are indebted to the Woman's Journal for the following soul-cheering evidence that men's .eyes are being opened: The Cincinnati Commercial, in its leading editorial of the 7th Inst, takes ground iu favor of Woman Suffrage. About fifteen years aco (it seems to us but yesterday), tho Commercial, which had been previously Southern in all its sympatnies, started tUe Unto abolition ists, one morning, by a brilliant anti slavery editorial. We welcomed its strong arm then, as we welcome it now, it was a neraiu oz triumpu tuen: w hope it may prove so now. Tho article is entitled SEX AND POLITICAL KIOIITS. A meeting is to be hel...

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. — 12 September 1873

- - 1 - MILS. A. J. M'.MH AY, Editor and l'roprlelor A Journal for the Teople. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Tolltlcs and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, ami Thoroughly Radical In Oppo'tngand Exposing the Wrongs ol the Masses. Ol'l'Ifin Cor. rront mul Stnrk Streets TKUMS, IK ADVANCE: One year.. .Six mimlH. Three mmilltn... S3 m :'l 75 1 uo Free speech, Fkee Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to tho Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. n.ii2.VBRTU5BMBNTSI,iSeln Reasonable VOLTDIK HI. l?OXtTJL.VNr, OREGON, FIJID-A-Y, SEPTE3ICER lr. Our Superior CltUixntiou. BY O. W. C. THe Chinese thluk It meet To dwarf their women's feet. "U'e, with oar higher taste, Cramp and contract the waist. 1m maeh more wise are we than they, T)w JooJUli people of Cathay. Some WrBw, as Catlln shows, Vt'ear rings In ears ami nose. Our mere fastidious dears Only so deck their ears; Heittg thus mueh ad...

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. — 12 September 1873

- She lim orttoe0t FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1673. SPEOIALtfOTIOE. .Our friends who send us currency will please take notice that there is a dis count of fifteen cents on every dollar. Those who send us a three-dollar money order are only credited with $2 55. We are sorry, but as long as women are not allowed to economize in National house keeping, men will manage badly. THE DEM00BATI0 PLATFOEH. "Were it not that experience shows that man-made politics have become so corrupt that no reliance can be placed in political platforms, we should say that our brethren are promising pretty well for the future. For instance, the first plank "insists upon a strict construe- tion of the Federal Constitution, as nec essary to the inherent rights of the peo ple." But does anybody suppose that Ncsmith would dare to stand on that plank if he thought anybody understood it? It has been clearly proved to every intelligent mind, that the strictest con struction of the Federal Constitution will not abridge ...

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