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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 October 1873

lea? xttii FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1S73. HOHENEWS. Everybody should visit the Oregon Museum. The Custom House In this city will be roofed with date. "Work on the State Capitol building at Salem has betm discontinued for this season. Tlie Willamette Is very low now, and it is with diniculty that "the boats get. over the rapids at the mouth of the Clackamas river. The ladies of the First Congregational Church have decided upon a course of fix lectures during the coming winter, under the aupi.es of their Society. The County Surveyorof Clatsop coun ty has been engaged for a short time past in marking boiindariesaud defining lines for the location or the new and ex tensive cannery Iieiug established at Tongue Point by Messrs. Booth & Co. These works will be- the largest on tho river. Anindignaiif onmrThas'1 goPf ireS' and nervous over mo consiam uu vices given by the papers to girls who aspiro i ".How many of our fashionable young men," she asts, -can ten me uiuercnce between a sirloin an...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 October 1873

F RID A.Y.ZT?... .."...OCTOBER. 31, 1873. BE GEXTLK WITH TH1 WIPE. Bp sFeiitla,lbryou little know now many trials rise. Although to thee they may be small, ? To Iter, of giant size. Be -mite, though perchance that lip Mav speak a murmuring tone; The heart may beat with kindness yet. And Joy to be thy own. Besentle! weary hours of pain Its woman's lot to bear; Then vieM her what support thou enn'st. And all her sorrows share. Be senile, for the noble hearts At times may have home grief. Awl even In a fretting word May seek to And relief. Be gentle, for unklndncss now May raise an an cry storm, Tim tall the after years of life In vain may seek to calm. Be gentle; perfect there are none: ThouTt dearer rar than life; Then husband, bear and still forbear: Be gentle to thy wile. A Little Story for Gentlemen. Onceuponatimeacrou-andablackbird stood on a fence-rail conversing. They stood, but that was their way of sittintr. for they were quite at their ease. The blackbird looked gratefully 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. — 7 November 1873

7t ill MS. A. J. DtlMVar, Editor and Tfoprlftor OrriCE-Cor. l'rout nnU fitnrk Streets. TKHMS, lis ADVANCE: One year f0 -J3 lure iiiotU..; 1 (0 T AyERTMEMia.-TS IbmtUhI on KeMonaUe THE PICTCRK. BY JIINir ABBEY. A widow by her lan4Ionl was oppressed ,.T"J rr atonee ber harkwanl ouln or rent: OI bty h' ,h' wo"Mh ,h"1 S,1"W liaTC Foreot that h. too, in a tenement iiwvlt, wmb unpaid arrear; antl surely be. Mure thau th? widow, lived In poverty. IWigli bv Hie poorest goW has ben obtained, rr God's aveet love no yrllow prleewlll pay Blind lo the pearemi Joy he might hnw rained', 1 he era v en landlord, on a win I er" day, luat pletiiMt with cola and vrind-llinikt lev Meet. Irove tort h rhe widow to the rootles Mreet M"'"!? on, with elfin prattle, to writ t To eharni Hrnv tift- - vtl 1 By the IndignaM rlitwl at Uh thou; n IiIkIk ear!, :ht. iiiere litta Uk widow- lean, and hard and Htood oat 1 he llkenetm of the landlord's face. lT. bwakina ve, year after year rolled np, liiten. i and creake...

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 November 1873

"M 1tft Mrtf!m4 lour youlh was considered desperately with sword and battle-ax, but with a the period to do, but the break was made tf.St etPiU mil.iwfo3i. ' n.Mrt.iin,v.., .f.u i.i,in,.,n -nnoii.arctitiiciit t before she hardlv knew it. "No'." said ' .,...11 1 .11 1 11 i uauiisuuu ura auouiu, aim ourureams FRIDAY.. ..NOVEMBER 7, 1873. EDITOEIAL C0BEESP01TDEH0E. Ou the morning of the 28th ultimo we hurried ou board the Fannie Troupe, bound for Kalama, Tenino, Oiympia and "Down ihe Sound." Our party consisted of Iter. Mr. Knight and his company of mutes on their way to Olynipia to appear before the Legisla ture as exhibitors of the wonderful suc cess of the deaf and dumb system of ed ucation, who were intending to repre sent the mutes of Oregon, and our humble self also going as a specimeu of the other or talking extreme. At least that was the way we fixed it up. Gen eral Sprague, of the Northern Pacific Railroad, was also on board, but we suppose he would slightly demur to being con...

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 November 1873

F1UDAY INO VKMBKK 7, lS7o! HOMEJEWS. "Wheat is worth 5 cents at Salem. The Stark street sewec Is now com Iletpj. The O. S. X. Co. have completed a lii-w graiu elevator at their wharf. M. P. Bull has reslgiied the office of iMuity District AUoroey for Union futility. The stage from C'orvallis to Newport ii w makes only one trip a week leav ing Corvallis Monday morning. Tiie Farmers' warehouse at Astoria Is to have a capacity or 90,000 bushels. The building for which the contract is iet, will be 132 fet front, 45 feet deep I by both methods. We have had no ex atid M feet walla. j perience and but littleobservation in re- Tt io coi.i ,i. -vr t- nt....i i 'ganl to the matter; but from what little It is said that the M. L. Church have, we have seen and from the testimony in contemplation the erection of i we havo read and have received rroui churches at all the prominent points In the lips of dairymen, we are inclined to Grande Itonde Valley. At the Cove ' favor . B.etloF. in .'"J50 P?ns...

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 November 1873

FRIDAY. -NOVEMBER 1673. THE .NAME OS THE TUKK. S BV W. C. IUCUAI1D3. Ixing years ago I carved upon a tree, While rang her laughter street and low, A blue-eyed maiden's name, most dear to me, Many Iocs years ago. 'now lone," I said, the sweet task being done, 'While of these letters you decipher one!" she with gay Jest replied. 1 watched the rind Its cashes slowly heal. And still the name was well-deflnml Till mark and tree, both to their trust most ieai, I sadly left behind. Ol cycling years a swift deeade had gone I sought again the purple shade, B.ih fain and yet atrald to look upon The dear, deep wounds I had made. Ah, faithful tree, not monument of stone Ever more true than thou could be! ji one dear name a trnst to keep, alone. Fur future days to see. I traced the name I carved with boyish glee. Roughened and scarred, and yet the same; And with the old, old Ore It quiekened me. And set my heart aflame. And then I cried, "O heart! the maple keeps Its trust no better than the mai...

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 November 1873

v : mf' BBaawnaTJiai-'1 ' - .L . n MRS. A. J. UfMHUT. IMHor and IToprlttor OFKICE-Cor. Front anil Klnrk Streets. A Journal for the Teople. , ".1 ' Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Tolltlcs and Religion. Mlve to alt Live Issues, and Thoronshly Radical In Opposing and Esposlng the Wrong TERMS, IX ADVANCE: ol the Masses. One vwir. Six month Three ihomUm. nn i n ... 1 w Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to "the Blltor.or no attention will he given to their com m unleatlons. AmTiRTWEMENTSIiwertedon Reasonable Term. VOLUME III. j?OTtO?I.VlVr, OREGON, FBIDAV, NOVE3IBEB 1-1, 1873. NUMBER, J ' 1 Trr: Fuse Sfkkcu, Krek IT.ess, Free People. HLIZABETU A.D JUU. A LITTLE STOKY IX VUbl V ! ipkshor ii. w. iNcrw.utr.' " Elizabeth - was a homely maiden of (he Quaker faith who lived by the banks of the Delaware In the primitive Colonial day. She receive a message from the Lord to love n yon n ; man named John I5augh, whom she had known m En...

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 November 1873

..i vS5T FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1873. CHEESING. The women of Washington Territory are becoming thoroughly awakened to tho necessity of political freedom. We are proud of the talent that displays it self in their gatherings, and heartily urge the women of Oregon to emulate their independence. In a community where all do their duty so nobly, it is difficult to make special mention of this or that one as being worthyof particular commendation, but we cannot forbear favorable mention of Sirs. Qiddings, Allen, Sylvester, Stuart", Smith, Yesler and Barnes, who always say the right thing in the right place, and whose in fluence Is being felt in the Territory by men wuo want omce. These ladies aro prominent movers in the Territorial "Woman Suffrage Association, and to their efforts, together with theprogree slve gentlemen who aid the movement, may be attributed its popularity. Prominent members of the Legisla ture speak in great praise of the parlla raentary ability of tho ladies In manag ing ...

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 November 1873

FRIDAY. -KOVEMBEH 14, ISTs! Home-Seepiag versus House-Seeping. The truest of all homes are often in houses not ospecinlly well kept, where the comfort and happiness of the in mates, rather than the preservation of the furniture, are first consulted. The objtt'tof home is to be the centnr. tli pivot on : "V "IUB- f ie:irstrequi-!and t VL ; . ,"0"W. s tc- ttve that none of its inmates shall care 10 linger outside its limits. All legiti-1 mate means should be etrmlovril to t his ...i.: eiid, and 110 ellbrt stared that can con tribute to tiie purpose. Many houses ailed homes, kept with waxy neatness by pains-taking, anxious women, are so oppressive in their nicety as to exclude all home-feeling from their spotless pre cincts. Tiie very name of home is syn onymous witli personal freedom aud re laxation from care. Hut neither of these can be felt where such a mania for t ; . . , tieumi cieauinieaH prevaues me House- which must be removed on the instant. meir temper deiieiKls upon their ma...

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 November 1873

toil Razthmst. FRIDAY... .NOVEMBER 14, IS73. THE HA.NU lTO TIIK LATCH. Mr collage home is filled with light The long, long summer day; I!ut, ah! I dearer love the night, And hall the Kinking ray; Tor eve restores me one whose smile IXHh more than morning's match Ami We afresh uenu dawning while, in hand is ou the latch! When autumn leaves are thick with sheave. And .shailows early fall. Ami crupes grew purple 'neath the eaves Akmg oor Irellls'd wall , , I dreaming slt-the sleepy bird Kalnt twittering in the thatch To wake to Joy when sof I K heard HI hand upon the tilch. In the MwM-t winter altemooa I throw ray work aside. And through the lattice, while the moon shines mistily and wide, un the dim upland ji.it lis I peer In vain his form to rateh I startle with delight, and hear Ills hand upon ilia latch! Home and its Queen. BY I. A. JIEALD. It has been truly un J wisely said that "In the present institution of marriage there are three classes of wives and only three: the slave wife...

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 November 1873

MUS. A. J. DUMtm. Wlior an4 IToprletor A Joarnnt for tho People. , Devoted lo the Interests ofMInmanlty.' Independent In Politics and P.ellglon. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ot the Masses. OTFirB-for. 1'ront mid Mnrk Street. TFRRMS, IX ADVANCE: One year. air Himithx , , Three month. , -S3 00 1 75 .. 1 to Fr.KE SHKECtf, Free Pkins, Fkkk 1'f.ople. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. AI)VKRTIS2MfTS Inserted on Reasonable III. r'OTtTLA.TD, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER S&t, 1873. i vvli u d ira ifr.a irra nua i ii . i; i u.m uiv , j uj ir OLD fX KM KK UltOWN. BT EUOK.NK J. HALL. From tHf harvest-field, old Farmer Brown awe ht with a teelc of care: He threw hts bat on the floor, anil sat down In m own sptlnt-boltoined chair: He wlld the sweat from Ills dripping brow, DM palled out lila Aid Jack-knife: He whittled away to hims...

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 November 1873

FRIDAY... .NOVEMBER 2S, 1S73. THANKSGIVING. The "e" Northwkst is out a day ahead of time this week, iu order that the printers may have opportunity to enjoy the festivities of Thanksgiving. We pre vexed because the Proclama tion was not published in the paper. It was hauded to tho compositor for the purpose, with special injunctions not to forget it, but he did. "Willie wc think fasting and prayer are more appropriate pastimes for Woman Suffragists than feasting and praise, wo are not averse to enjoying roast turkey and plum pudding when we can get them. Then tho reunion of friends on these occasions hallowed, as they so often are, by rairaory of the loved ones long gone to the better land, are pleasures that wc cherish fondly. Let us ever commemorate the day. "JUDITH MILES.1 Don't forget that Mrs. Victor's great story begins -next week. We want everybody to read it, and frieads, you muni pay up your dues. The expenses of the paper are double now to what they have been. Wc cannot ke...

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 November 1873

FRIDAY... -NOVKMRHR 2S, 1873. HOME HEWS. Brownsville (Linn county) litis a pop ulation of 550. Not a dwelling house rentable in the c ity of Albany. The Yaquina Uay Wagon Road is in a very bad condition. The winter terin of ftie Albany Colle giate Institute commences Monday, De cember 1st. Thompson's fatnous'Two-Jlit House" has risen. lik .nintlior Vlm.nlv fw,m - lis ashes, and its worthj proprietor is i aiiain on hand with well-filled tables and a liobtof boarders. Success to him. iSee the advertisement of John "Wil son. If you want bargains you can get them at the Third Street Store. Any one wishing to purchase u good busi ness, will do well to give Mr. Wilson a call. The amount of taxed to be levied by the County Court of Lane county this week, is as follows: State, SlTjSOO; poll i which also goes to the State), $1,843; county, $15,70S; school, $0,4i"i. Total The cars of the Dalles and Celilo Rail road are kept very busy now, both day and night, bringing down grain from "Wailula....

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 November 1873

FRIDAY. -NOVEMBER 2S, 1673. IX TilE HAMMOCK. A tawny net-work swinging htmnge bird ol folded wins, And happy robin singing For one who will not sing. A mlsiupon the mountain, Wlikh seme sad naiad weaves, AimI wn the yellow fountain A yellow rain of leaves. And swallow, flying double, Of Miner lands in queM, Float, low In curious trouble Above my tranquil nest. Drown butterflies that hover To sound of distant sea. The breath of dying clover Are all for them and me. DM these shall And the summer Enough lor life and love, Aiul leave for some glad corner The nest they sing above. While I O bee and clover! O Wrdof tireless wing! Your moeUiig Joys sweep over Such birds as hammocks swing. Pall Fashions. THE REDINGOTE AND ROUND SKIRT. The alninle and stvlish suit Illus trated on our flret page lof which a cut paper pattern will bo rurnisueu) con sists of a tight-fitting double-hreasteil redingote, and a narrow French round skirt, short enough to escape the ground. This makes a trim and tasi...

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 December 1873

"gpje Ken? mm)mt$t HKS. A. J. DLnw, Editor an Proprietor OFICECor" Tront mill SlArk.NtreU. TERMS, IX ADVANCE : Oneyear. Mix months Three months .$5 00 ! 75 I DO ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. For the Xew Xorthwest. LITTLE MAIDE. TUK AKTIST. BV JKNSV WILSOS. Near where a crystal, grass-fringed stream Went singing to tlie river. And lost In ntd Mlssonri's sands IU parity ToreverJ . C 3 f Z v Where naught had marred the beauty or The forest, grand and olden, There dwelt the little artist, Maude, With curling hair, and golden. And azure eye, from whose clear depths A beaUeopqu walmlltng;C ' CheerTng her parents, aged and lone. Their deepest griefs beguiling. She watched with Interest the doe And young fawns at their gambols, Xor feared the painted warriors that She met In all her rambles. And offilmes when ihu weary grew Wild violets decked her pillow, While o'er her Itead waved gracefully .The green and golden wlllow. Sparkling and darting In the breeze, The-forest leaver...

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 December 1873

FRIDAY.....7..r.bECEMBEU 5, 1S73. men cuiluro woman's burdeus is imlecd ! himself am! tlic Devil take the OBGABIZE! OEGAUIZE ! Friends of Woman Suffrage, men and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, in their own town without de lay, a WOMAN SUFFRAOE POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who will sign the following article of association: "We, the undersigned, residents of , In the State of , of all political par ties, believing that Woman Suffrage is a vital political issue, do hereby organ' lie into a Woman Suffrage IWilicul Club, for the purpose of forward Ing the movement morally and po litically, by the systematic circula tion of tracts and newspapers, by hold ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friends of Suflrage to tho Legislature and to Congress, and by helping to defeat its opponents. Realizing the necessity of unanimity of action among Woman Suffragists, we place the above pledge, which orlgl nated in...

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 December 1873

FJUDAY.... DKCEMBEK 5," 1873 HOMBJIEWS. Give the Museum at the corner of First and Ash streets a call. 'New won ders are added every day. Professor OanUneH's Dancing School, at Hie corner of Front and AfIi streets, is now open for the reception of pupils. V new restaurant aud chop house the Aurora has been opened nt the cor ner of First and Taylor street. Notice advertisement. Dyer &. Shepanl, on Yamhill street, between First und Second, dealers in oysters, clams, fish, poultry, game, eta, are out with an advertisement this week. Give them a call. V. Friedlander, Jeweler, will clean and repair your watch at one-half the usual rates. Ho will also .sell you goods In his line at reduml prices. Call and see him for yourself at 103 First street, next to Odd Fellows' Hall. Old "Santa Claas" sends the little ones greeting iu another column. He lias established himself at No. 19 First street, and will be happy to see any of Lis young friends who want Christmas gifts, toys, books, or Hol...

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 December 1873

FRIDAY-. DECEMBER 5, 1873. I THE hONG OFjTHE SPADE. Give me tlie spade and the man tliat can use It; A fig for your lord and his oa silken hand; Lt the man who has strength never stoop to . .abuse It, . i- ' Olvf Itbacktothe giver the land, boys, the land. There's no bank like the earth to deposit your labor; The more you deposit the more you shall have; jj Ifs thereto more than yon want, you can give to your uefgituur, . And your name shall be dear to the true and brave. It was sot the sword that won our best battle. Created our commerce and extended our . trade, Gave food to our wives, our children, our rat' tie, But the queen of all weapons-thc spade, ' boys, we spade! 101 ve.me the spade; there's a magic about It That turns the black soil Into bright, shining gold; What would our fathers have done, boys.wlth- out It, When the lands lay all bare, and the north winds blew cold? Where the tall forest stood, and the wild beasts were yelling; Where our stout-hearted ancestors shrunk ...

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 December 1873

Hits. i. J. DU.Mtt.tr. ""or pd Proprietor OFKIl'K Cor. I'ront aiid Stnrk Strrets. TERMS, IK ADVANCE: A Jonmal fsr the People. j Devoted tethc Interests or Humanity; - -Independent in Politics and Religion. Mlve to nil Live Issues, and Thoroughly thidleal In Opposln; and Exposing the Wrnnj ol the Masses. One year -S3 00 mx innnins- 1 75 1 00 Three month.. Free Speech, Free I'kes, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signs tures must make known their names' to tlio Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inner! ed on Reasonable VOLUME III. T? OTtTXVIVD , OREGON, 3TKI30A.Y, DECEMBER IS, 1873. NXJ3IBEH. 17. Terms. A WOMAN'S KES. ITlie foHewlnc poem is tnken-from the ad Tanre sheets of a sevr volume of Ioem enti tled "Apple Blosom," by Ilattle Tyre Grli irold.) 'Mid the purple Hies at the Indian sea, A wonderful mountain rears It! head. And to magnetic nis said to be, That the aallors look on lis base with dread. And many the tale to yon ...

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 December 1873

hc Ben? llodtecst. FRIDAY .DECEMBER 12, 1873. OBGANIZE MDBGAHIZL ! Friends of "Woman Suffrage, men and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, in their ourn town without de lay, a WOMAN SUFFRAGE POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who will elgn the following article of association: We, the uhdersigned, residents of , in the State of , of all political par ties, believing that "Woman Suffrage is a vital political Issue, do hereby organ ize into a II oman Suffrage l'blilical Club, for the purpose of forward ing the movement morally and po litically, by the systematic clrcula tlon of tracts and newspapers, by hold ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friends of Suflrage to the Legislature and to Congress, and by helping to defeat its opponents. "CONPIDEHTIAL." The corruption that stalks, almost un challenged, throughout the length and breadth of the land, once in a while ex.- poses itself to the gaze of an honest ma...

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