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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 September 1873

...SKlTEMHElt 12, 1673. HOMEKEWS. AVlieat is worth 00 cenU penbusherat Salem, 'jh'-,. - Astoria has nearly one thousand in habitants.' 1 The crops in Union county are the best ever known there. The new fire-boll has been placed in the old tower at Salem. E. G. Freelaml has re-opened his drug store at 1SS First street. Another ledge of chalk has been.dis oovered in Douglas county. Mr. William Cree, a well-known resi dent of this city, died last Friday even ing. The farmers on Yaquina liay hai'e nearly 'all finished harvesting. Their principal crop is hay. The total amount of taxable property returned by the Assessor of Clackamas county for this year is $2,025,120. The work of graveling the railroad traek from Roseburg northward was commenced in earnest last week. A fanner of Jordan Valley, Forks of the Santiam, 1ms raised a single head of oats this year which yielded 1,012 grains. Mr. O'llara, near Weston, Umatilla county, 1ms raised a crop of oats this season which averaged fully 12...

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. — 12 September 1873

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1S73. "A Kowcr Went Forth to Sow. A sower went forth to row; Ills eyes were wild with woe; He crushed the flowers beneath hU feet. Nor felt the perfume, warm and sweet. That prayed for pity everywhere. He came to a field that was harried By Iron, and to heaven laid bare. lie shook the reed that he carried O'er that brown and bladeless place. He shook It, as God shakes hall Over a doomed land. When lightnings Interlace The sky and the earth, and his wand Of love Is a thunder-flail. Thus did that sower sow: His seed was human blood, And tears of women and men; And I, who near hlin stood. Said: "When the crop comes, then There will be sobbing and sighing, And souls to nell-flre flying. And a woe that Is worse than woe." II. It was an autumn day When next I went that way. And what, think you, did I see ? What was It that I heard ? Thesoncofasweotrvolced bird? Nay, but the song of many. Through-thrilled with praising prayer! Ot all those voices not any Was sad of me...

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. — 19 September 1873

51 IIS. A. J. UtmWAT, Edllor and 1'roprltlor A Joumnlfor the People. - - Vcvotftl to tho Interests 6r Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Mive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Orrirn Cor. Front mid Stnrk Streets, itadfcal In Orposlngand Exposlnjthe Wrongs TKUMS, IK ADVANCE: of tho Masses. One yeir MK IllOUtllH I Urea months. -S3 00 - 175 - 1 00 Fjiek SPBWir, Free I'r.rss, Fkee Pimple. Correspondents writing ovcrassumed'slgna tu res must make known their, names (to tha VDVEimSBMEXTS Inserted on Treasonable VOLiraiE III. PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTE5IBER 19, 1873. Editor, or no attention will bo given, lo their communications. ' , I Forltoe New North west. THE THO DAFFODILS. BY JOHN A. WOMACK. iJown by ft dark-hued, murmuring river, nw two daffodils, bride and groom; l'ure ami troe was their love forever, Sun-kissed oft their fairy bloom. Ilaiwi smiled at them out of the hedge, Pale lilies bowed to them man In the morn While up from llteir burrows, with sun-bright edg...

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. — 19 September 1873

SEPTEMBER 19, 1873. MAK'S SIGHTS CONTENTION. Well, the Republican Convention has met and made its platform and gone home; some to grumble, some to quar rel, some to crow. Upon first readhig the platform, we exclaimed, "There's not even so much as a splinter for the mothers of men to hang their parasols upon," but a second reading revealed the following gllqimer In the first reso tion: "Reaffirming the principles of the party as heretofore enunciated in Its conventions, we declare that their .practical enforcement is essential to the welfare of the country and the main tenance of the rights and liberties of the people." There are other planks of course, plenty of them. The back pay bill, Credit Mobiller and other corruption in high places are resolutely resoluted against. "Retrenchment, reform and rigid economy" receive prominent at tention; the "oppressed of all nations" are v.'elcomed, increased facilities for naturalization are favored, but not a word in favor of anybody with the ...

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. — 19 September 1873

FHTDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1S73. HOMEJEWS. Tho Atrfilaml "Woolen Mills are ottered for sale. The public, schools of this city opened Inst Monday. The frame of the new steamboat at Marsh field is going up rapidly. Seventy-five students are In attend nnee at the State Agricultural College. The Albany ItegiMer has been reduced in sle, and is now issued twice a week. The Laiie county Court has made a tax levy of seventeen mills on the dol lar. The Oregon City Seminary has re opened with an attendance of about 150 pupils. The Maker City Academy opened last Monday with quite a large number of scholars. Tltose in want of employment should call and see J. V. Allen, on First street, next door to the Occidental Hotel. The Northwestern Stage Company will pay out in Eastern Oregon this fall, for grain, hay and straw, about $00,000. Hie distance between Astoria and Cajte Disappointment is fifteen miles, and from Astoria to Clatsop, seven miles. It is tlKMight that there were 200,000 buehels of wheat 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. — 19 September 1873

HI. . IW ' -" r iisril to see a creat deal of' them at 8EC0XD-HAND GOODS. THE NEW NORTHWEST. PXORENCE SEWING MACHINE. one time," she said, "but" FftlDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1S73. TUB KALIE.V IKA". BY V. V. I skip o'er the mountain, I dance In (lie vale; All Joyous and girt-some I'm tossed by the gale! "Whenever It Hstcth Will huge amis outspread, Ilcatebeth and twlrleth Me down to tlie dead. The dead, and I ho dying, Together we lie; ..... Breathe softly, tread lightly. Thy grave too Is nigh! Yonr Mother-in-Law. II BK SIDE OF TIIK STOltY AND A rCETTY GOOD STOIIY, TOO. A good many tbitiM. some of tbem good, many of tbem sliarp, and oc casionally cruel, have been said of late of ruolliers-in-law, and now cornea one ol tins mucu-talKeu-or class and tells her side of the story. That she tells It well will be admitted by all who read u: Left a widow, after a few years of most unhappy married life, I retired, with my two children, to a small town. where 1 intended to devote myself to to the ca...

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. — 26 September 1873

A Jonrnal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In rolttlcs and ReUglon. .Mlve to all T.lve Issues, and Thoroughly MRS. A. J. ucsnvAi. ana rroprlrtor 9 omen -Cor. Trent nntl Ntark'ritreetA.' Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs of the Mae. TERMS, IK ADVANCE: r- r' Six months-. . ' Three month . . Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their ADVEnTIKSMKNTSIntertfcon Reasonable Terms. .an Pirrw Qitrrrtr. KltER I'ltEStt. Purr Prnnr A..", 13 00 ITS 1W VOLTOEG III. J? OT5.X2L,VrsD , OREGON, FKIDAT, SEPTE3IBER 0, 1873.' 2VTJ303EK. js. IB. The A-list lays His psfcuetr; Fort' !n;u Hlseavl, n th.Kcy A pit i r. xwmgsbet th the Man On.. .! i) hinge or 'wllhrJit fcaiw: 'Tin wrought upon; t m sween bs4 God ardstic eye t fp Um land. A nd every year. th Immb divine. sews Hun gil .. t'deMcB. 3 SB as the row nf Time, AiSnw ae.cii.1 -uol'iietred trine. Aisiffa ' ' rtilnyean, TIfe'pS...

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. — 26 September 1873

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1S73. "A TICKET I0E MEN." Tho Yamhill county Reporter, a Nes mith panderer with a patent outside, catr.e out last week, under the above caption, with some canting advice to Republicans, exhorting them to vote for Mr. Geary and preserve their "vir tue." "Whereupon the Oregonian, as a tail to this Reporter's kite, echoes the ridiculous nonsense, though not brave enough to do so on its own responsi bility. Of course all the Democratic papers are jubilant at this, and they are honest enough to work for the election of their candidate with an alias with out trying to hide their real characters under lions' skins ; consequently every mother's Bon of them, with their con temptible slurs at us thrown in, is far more worthy of respect than those pro fessed Republicans whoso bray betrays tnem despite their borrowed robes. But these pious Judases know full well that their outcry against voting for Hiram Smith, lest they smirch their "virtue" and perjure their "honor," wil...

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. — 26 September 1873

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER "j'j. HOI A District Gn Albany last wee 7KEWS. Inge was organized at The gros valiaation of all the property in Washington county is $2,18G,4K. The Warehouses in Brownsville are all full, and still the grain continues to co-ne in. The time for holding the Jacksonville camp-nieettng WHI ho October 2d in stead of September 25tb. Four immigrant wagons, which left the State of Minnesota last May, passed through Albany last week. C. E. Tubois has started a glove man ufactory. See ad. We'll notice his en terprise more fully next week. Give him acall. Go o the Oregon Iron Works for cooking stoves. We are using one from their foundry and can bear testimony that it is good. They are cheap, too. Patronize hom industry if you would prosper. A Grange of Patrons of Husbandry was organized under the name of "Mc Minnville Grange" on Saturday last, electing the following named officers: Alexander Reed, Master; H. C. Dale, Overseer f A. K. Okis, Lecturer; Win. Burnett, Chaplain; Dw...

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. — 26 September 1873

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1873. THE BLESSINGS OF TO-DAT. Strange, we never prize the music Till the sweet-voiced birds are flown; Strange that we should slight the violets Tlirthe lovely Cowers are gone; Strange that summer skies and sunshine Never seem one-half so fair As when winter's snowy pinions Shake the white down in the air. lips from which the seal of silcneo None hut God can roll away, Sever blossomed of such beauty As adorns the mouth to-day; And sweet words that freight our memory. With their beautiful perfume. Come to us in sweeter accents Through the portals ol the tomb. Let us gather up the sunbeams Lyinc all around our path; t us keep the wheat and roses, Casting out the thorns and chaff; Let us And our sweetest comfort In the blessings of to-dav. With a patient hand remoVlng All the briers from our way. Is Universal Suffrage Expedient? BY MRS. HARRIET S. EDMONDS. Some things are lawful that are not expedient, but nothing is expedient which should not be lawful. The oues...

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

t tr afc-JT-- '- MBS. A. J. DUXiw.lT, Editor and Proprietor Ori'lCK-Cor. I'rout ami Stark Street-; A Journal for the Teoplc. Devoted to the Inttrestior Humanity;, Independent In Politics and Religion! -Mlve to alt IJve issue,, nn(i Thoroughly limited In Opposing and Eiposlne the Wrong ol th MMes. . . TKItMS, IX ADVANCE: One year Six monilii Three mnu. Fr.r.E Speech, Kb Pbiss, Vr.r.r. People. Correspondents trrltlns over assumed signa tures must make known their names to. the Edltor.or no attention wilt be given to their communications. tAwKKRTIRE"MKXTS In8erleJ on Reasonable VO:LTJ3EE III- 3? OTtTIl, A.IVD , OEEGON, ITI2irA.Y, OCTOBER 3, 1873. NUMBER O. -$5C0 175 ' ' " 1 " 1 oo Till: VKAP. J2. BV ELIZA K. 8.N01T. The Year Is stepping et regard lets of My long, long tiutanee trom my Mountain Home. It leave me In llalia's "sunny clime," Where verdant Coital gentle breoies kiss. And balmy rephyrs lan the evening tide. The year now pacing out.bas.ln lt course in llb'ral port ions, meted...

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

l)t Urn Utttmt$t FRIDAY....! OCTOBEH 3, 1873. NOTICE, No paper will be issued next week, on account or the State Fair. This Is n rub we Lave adopted, to give our boys a chanco to eDjor the pleasures attendant upon that occasion. A PAIR WARNING. Again we are forced to call upon the people for our dues. Illness haa inter fered with our lecturing during the past month, and whon the lectures stop the income to sustain tho paper dwindles to a pittance. After tho State Fair our boys, who have been out of school since our publication began, aro going to leave the printer's case for the school room. This will Involve an extra ex penso of $40 per week. We thall not run in debt for this money. If you want the paper bad enough to sustain It, we aro willing to do our part for nothing and board onrself in the bargain, as we have done from the beginning, but we re peat, we shall not run in dobt. Now Is the time for you to say whether you will sustain the paper or not. Let everybody who reads this...

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

FRIDAY OCTOliKU s, 1873. HOMENEWS. The Dalles Mountaineer lias reached the age of thirteen years. There are nowcoufined in Hie Asylum at East Portland 1SG patients, male and female. Washington county gets $3,398 of the State School FiiihI. Four districts have not yet reported. A peck of potatoes to the hill is. an ordinary average of the crop in portions of Clatsop county this year. Epizootic has made its appearance again in a very severe form. Many horses are aullering with it in Yamhill county. The Koselwrg municipal election lakes plaee October 6th, at which time five Trustees, one Itecorder, one Treas urer ami a Marshal will he elected for the coming tnn. On last Friday evening about fifteen young ladies met at a private residence on Fifth street and organized the "Young Ladies Rowing Club of Port land." Following are llje officers: Miss Kate Sherlock, President; Miss Helen A. Dickinson, ice President; Miss Maggie A. Sutton, Secretary; Miss Julia A. Sutton, Treasurer, and Miss 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. — 3 October 1873

FIUDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1S73. FortheNew Northwest TO A. K. There's one that I love dearly; Her name I will not tell; Tint mountain echoes know the sound. That oft In song, wll!i glad rebound, Pills all the forest dell. There's one that I love dearly. And I can tell you this; Jf I could wed that woman grand, With form so stately, smlle.ro bland, My-heart would teem wltH bliss. TlKHigh In distant cJimes I roam. And leave that woman dear; And although I bo faraway, My heart remains, nor will It stray. My love Kan sincere. M. It. Eno. SOLILOQUY OFA. S0H00L-QIBL. Two weeks from to-day I wonder where we all shall be, and what shall we all he doing? It is a dreary morning and the clouds are heavy with weeping over our swift ly-fleeting school hours these busy golden school hours that never will re turn. "Never!" That is such a long worth I used to wonder what it meant. T know now: it means never ! "When the white clover blossoms wave between two laces one below and the other above them they whi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 October 1873

e tea bnes MRS. X. J. UUSIWiT. Kiltor ant Proprietor A Jonrnal for the Feople. , Uevoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics und Religion. Mlve to all Live Ksues, nnd Thoroughly Radleal in Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ot the Masses. OTFICE-Cor. Front nnd Xtnrk fltrffls.' TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year- Hlx months .$3 00 .. 1 73 1 W 1 uree months Fke Srnrxu, Fkks Pittas, Fiim: 1'Eoi-i.r. Correspondents writing over assumed sfena lures must make fcnown their names to the Editor. or no attention will be given to their communications. x T AnVEimRKMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME III. POTiTLAlN'D, OREGON, TPHITArv, OCTOBER f24,, 1873. NTOIBER lO. MADGE MULKR. Madge Miller, on a sunimar day, Walked , a usual, her pleasant -way. Herdrm was tidy, her apron -white; Her aoe ws sweet an the morning light. Khe was a country village maid Learnings country milliner trade. Her hnU were soft, and her drew was clean. And little ulie knew what tare might mean. Slie aald: "I'll wo...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 October 1873

. .u ti X. i "Political rlgl Wilt xkjU ilCrUlCijfjbcnenuiom: fc"' " - "our readers w FK1DAY. ...OCTOBER 21, 1873. SPECIAL NOTICE. The New Northwest failed to come out last week in consequence of an en tire change iu its printing office pro gramme. Our boys have gone from the composing room to the school room, and will stay there for a year at least; and now we are depending upon help .tiif. must bo recularlv paid. So. we repeat our "fair warning." Subscribers, you must sustain the paper. Don't wait for your bills. Many of you owe us, and you know it. "We demand the money, not as a favor, but as a right "We want it to pay paper and press work and printing bills that must be mado or vou cannot get the paper. So lei us hear from you at once. ! "Political rights don't bring pecuniary , man or womau.'1 Wo hopo i ill pardou us fur the long) ligressiou, and we are sure the Bulletin will, for we hereby append an article from its editorial columns which upsets the theory of its "noted young ...

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. — 24 October 1873

FRIDAY OUTOBKU M, lSTS OEEGOH CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY. At tho annual meetlngorthisSocietyj lielil inSftlem, Wednesday, Oct 15th,'tho following officers were elected: Presi dent, Mrs. J. IL Moores; Vice President, Mrs. J. T2. Strong; Recording Secretary, Mrs. C A. WoodworMi; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. S. A. Clarke; Treasurer, Mrfe. G. W. Gray; Board of Managers Mrs. J. L. Starkey, Mrs. J..Mlnto, Mrs. A. A. McCully, Mm. J. llolman, Mrs. -WUvinney, Mrs. McCaslin, Mrs. S. . .Adams, and Mrs. Koork. The fol lowing reiwrts were presented: -FVJTNTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY. , - " 2o the lAulir and Manbers of i$,. defy ami the Friend of (he "ITomc" Oregon: 'With hearts of gratitude to Him who is the friend of the friendless and the Fatherof the fatherless, through whose kind providenro we have gafely and successfully labored for the Interest of the homeless, we beg leave to submit the following report for the past yean We are happy to report that the title to the "Home"' has been mad...

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 October 1873

5 FRIDAY- OCTOBER 24, 1S73. uncos DODD. Deacon Dodd once feelingly said. About hU Betsey, long since dead, "II ever an angel loved a man, - - That angel, sir, was Betsey Ann ; If I happened to scold her, she was m meek" (Which the deacon did seven times a week). "She'd clap her apron to her eye. And never say nothln' Tiut only cry." But, Indies, perhaps you'd like to be told. That Deacon Dodd.llke other men, Waited a year, and married again ; lint he married a most inveterate scold. And now tls the deacon's turn to be meek, Ashe sets well rasped from week to week : Hut rather than "open his head," he'd burst lie wihnes tne econa was mo nrst : But as she's as tough as a hickory limb, No doubt she'll live to say of him, "If ever a saint the footstool trod. Thai man that saint was Deacon Dodd." She was Equal to the Task. BY EFVIE WEHSTF.lt. Every respectablo family should have a cousin John. I wish I might add that he has always been an ornament to soci ety, an honor to hlmBelf and the...

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 October 1873

HKS. A. J. DILMWAT, Editor and Proprtttor OFFICK-Cor. Frout nnd Ntnrk StreeU. A Journal for the IVople, DcvotOlo the Interests or Ilotnanlty. Independent In Folitlrs and Kellglon. Mlve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exrosln'g the 'V?rouc ol the Masses. '" ' TKR15S, IX ADVANCE : One yoar.. ,, oil HHHUHi. Three mmttia... 1 75 1 W Frkk SrsECU, Fcke Prkss, Free 1'r.ort.K. Correspondents writing o'verassurnejl'slgna tures must make known'tlielr name:!o the Edllor.or no attention will be si ven, to their commnntonUous. AnVRRTlSRilKNTSIwwrledoB Reasonable VOLUME III. rOTlTLiViSTD, OREGON, FKEDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1873. MT5IBEU 11. CAME UK LIFE, (to It Alone, 11V JOHN . SAXF. Ter&B a -game m'.ieli In Aobton. I rittnlc IU ealteA Euelire, Theiljli I've never played It ar pleasure or 1 arre. In which, when the ranis stein eertifln rood! tions. One of them men, tn a confident tone 'I think I tsilsiit venture to go It atone." While irateliiii the game, lis a whim of th...

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 October 1873

FItlDAY. EEPUBLIOANSATTENTION ! If your wives and mothers had had a vote in the late Congressional contest your candidate would have been elected. Defeat after defeat will overtake you until you shall be compelled to arouse, from your present lethargy and say in self-defense, "Our people shall bo free." You can see how badly your enemies fear the work of women in politics. They treat her just as they treated Fred Douglass and other wise colored men in their days of vassalage. Though they accuse her of having a "black skin, woolly head, thick skin and long heels," they heap upon every woman, whose character Is above reproach, every vile, filthy and prurient epithet with which their filthy minds is gorged if she but dares to demand her freedom. But you Republicans are direlict in duty. You made promises, by which you, as a party, regained your present Admiuistrational favors, and repudiated them when you got the offices. You deserve defeat and disaster and you will meet your deserts u...

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