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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 16 January 1874

1 I i I5 I ! c jttew jRetf lowest. FRIDAY...... ....1Z.JAXUAUY 16, l&TL HOME NEWS. The demand for Morrill's siu-Insr bed continually Increases. i You can get anything you want that is good to eat at Pabre'.", Central Mar ket. See the ad. of O'Connerand Mnlarkev In another column. You can get first class articles in their line by calling at their new quarters on Front street. The sixth of Professor Condon's course of lectures was well attended on Tues day evening. The subject was "The Ancient Lakes of our Interior," and was handled in the Professor's usually able nud comprehensive manner. AVe note with gratitudi the encouragement which our Geologist is receiving at the hands of our most enterprising and in telligent citizens. The Portland public was favored on last Friday evening at Masonic Hall with one of the most edifying enter tainments ever given in the city. Wo have rarely witnessed a performance in whloh all the actors executed theirparts so rtdmintbly. The exercises, part...

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. — 16 January 1874

FRIDAY...; JANUARY 10, 1874. The Three Traveling Bags. There were three of theru, all of sliiii iug black leather; oue ou ton of the pile of trunks, one on the ground, oue in the owner's hand, all going to Philadelphia; nil waiting to be checked. Tho last bell rang. The baggage man bustled, fuming, from one pile of bag gage to the other, dispensing chalk to tiie trunks, checks to the passengers, curses to the porters, in improved rail way style. "Mine! Philadelphia!" cried a stout. military-looking man, with enormous whiskers and a red face, crowdlmr for ward as the baggage man laid his baud on the first bag. "Won't vou niease to srive me a check for this now!" entreated a pale, slender, carefully-dressed young man, for the ninth time holding out bag No. 2. liave a lady to look after." "Say! be you agoin' to give me a check for that are. or not?" trrowled the ro- prietor of bag No. 3, asliort, pock-marked ieiiuw. in a suaouy overcoat. ah rijmi, eetvrnien. Horn vnu are," Bald the fun...

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. — 23 January 1874

HKS. A. J. MSUVAT, tdltor and Proprietor OFl'ICE-Cor. Trout niut Murk Slmli, A Journal rortheTcopIe. - "' USVofed to the Interests of Humanity. " Independent In Politics and Religion. Mlve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ot the Masses. TEHMS, IX AT1VAXCE: One THr Kir monlhs , Three mBnius .I3W 1 7S - 1 CO Free Srsrcir, Fjite Tress, Free Teople. Correspondents writing overassnmeil signa tures nui make known their name's to-the Edltor.or r.o attention will be given to their -VEttTISBMKXTSInserted on Reasonable zerxns. III. POTtTXVND, OREGON, 3TX2.II AY, J-AJNTJVTIY S3, 187-1. communlca.lons. - 4 JUDITH MILES; on be Don mint Shall wltU Her? BV MRS. P. F. VICTOR. Enter!, eranMti to tbe Aet of Congress, in me year isrj, uy Mrs. f. F. Viclor, In the Office of the Librarian f flon cress, at Washing ton Oltjr.l CHAPTER VIII. EJtDINO IX A KISS. So Judith weut back to her lonely, loveless, altogether hopeless nnd forlorn life with her father vindi...

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. — 23 January 1874

FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1874. AMUAL MEETING OF THE WOMAN" SUFPEAGE ASSOCIATION. The first annual meeting of tho Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association will be held In Portland, Febuary 13 and 14. Delegates from all parts of Ihe-State are expected to be present. First-class speakers have been Invited to address the meetings. California and Washington Territory are respectfully Invited to co-operate with us. tfrlcnds, all that Is needed to make our cause succeed Is earnest efforts among those most deeply Interested. Let us have a rousing meeting in the name of Freedom, Justice and Human Rights. AbbyB. Gibson, C. A. Cobctik, President. Secretary. position is- that of a bervaut without wages, will submit to this Idea. It will be urged that there Is no division oi in terests In the marriage firm, and that this labor of married women is all for themselves. We simply deny it, iutoto. Wo now call to mind a proof to sustain tho denial. We onco knew a woman whose husband was a- straight-laced, v...

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. — 23 January 1874

e-eyi FRIDAY.. .".JANUARY 23, 1874. AK1UJAL MEETIHG. The friends of Hutuaa Rights will note tbe call for the second Auulversary meeting of the Woman Suffrage Aasoci llon of the State. "Wo trust that they will all feel the importance of the meeting and the necessity that they should attend and contribute to an in tellectual feast that must be made worthy of the occasion. ' HOME NEWS. Haoheney &Stetnme advertise a full stock of seeds of every description. Bee their advertisement. Go to MeCormick's for Valentlnea. His assortment surpasses any ever be fore exhibited in the city.. The soirees, given by Profe ssor Cardi nell on Saturday eveniugs, are always crowded and everybody seems brim-full of enjoyment. If you want a good job of book-bind intr patronize A. G. Wallincr. He in pared to do anything in his line with neatness anil uispntrli. Mr. Condon's last, and seventh lecture of the series, attracted an unusually large audience, the subject being "Sur face Facts of Oregon." There ...

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. — 23 January 1874

FRIDAY.. JANUARY 23, 1S74. WILL THEY DO IT? X IirLIVZRED BY C W. ST AST, AT GOOD TEMPXAKS' HALL, JAXCAET 17, IS71. There are two questions that the American people must and will settle; they are man's right to get drunk and woman's right to vote. The same Influ ences that upholds the former, opposes the latter. The liquor Influence is felt and ac knowledged by the politician, states man and priest. Before the throne of King Alcohol all bow the knee in weak submission. Temperance, we are told, ia an old and threadbare subject Yes, it is an old subject; as old almost as me worm ttseir, but by no means threadbare. Ever since old Nick tempted mother Eve In the garden of Eden, there has always been a continual warfare between temperance and in temperance. Temperance societies exist edlongbefore the soilof America was pol luted py Bourbon whisky, Holland gin or2ew England rum. Long before nice young men smoked cigars, or old women consoled themselves with snuff and pipes, priest and kings...

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. — 30 January 1874

JL1 She $m HotUmtst MRS. A. J. Dr.MH'AI. EtWor and Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Front mid $tnrU sJIrfftn. TKims, IX ADVANCE: One yean. $3 00 175 1 W Six months. Three monlhtu. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. JUDITH ' MILES; What Shall he Uoue with llerl r.r mrs. r. p. victor. Entered, aetordlDR is the Act of Congress, In the year 1S3. by Mrs. r. F. Vlclor, In the Offlee of the IJIrMtanrfOrigre.s,at Washlur- tonCltj-.l CHAITBR IX. LEAVE-TAKINO. One bright November day, two months after the visit of Mr. Shultz spoken of in tbe last chapter, tlcro was an unusual- Mir about the premises of Jack Miles; a constant coming and go ing, a litter of rubbish scattered about the entrance to tbe bouse, and, more sig nificant than all, a heavy wagon stood ready to receive such household gear as the "Western "mover" takes with liim wherever he goes beds, cooking uten sils, chests of necessary clothing, sup plies of coflee and sugar. Some early showers, had fallen enough to start the grass an...

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. — 30 January 1874

i .JANUARY SO, 1S74. FRIDAY.. ANNUAL MEETING OP THE WOMAN SUFFBAGE ASSOCIATION. The first annual meeting of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association will be held In Portland, Febuaty 13 and 14. Delegates from all parts of the State are expected to be present. First-class speakers have been Invited to address the meetings. California and Washington Territory are respectfully invited to co-operate withms. Friendt, all that is needed to make our cause succeed is earnest efforts among those most deeply Interested. Let us have a rousing meeting in the name of Freedom, Justice and Human Rights. AbbyB. Gibson, C. A. Cobdrn, President, Secretary. APOLOGY. "We trust tbat our readers will kindly overlook the absence of the usual amount of editorial Jabor. upon tbcpa' per this week; the "Centennial Toast and Tea Party" having absorbed no much of our time and attention that we have been, necessarily, oblivious to at most all else. "WOMAN SUFFBAGE." The patient and long-suffering readers of S...

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. — 30 January 1874

;jc Men? FRIDAY.. .JANUARY 30,187 H0MENEWS. Professor CoimIou coutiuues to interest and instruct the public with Lu3 geolog ical lectures. The Good Templars gave a very at tractive sociable at the Nonpareil Hall last evening. Aunt-Tribulation-Fear-the-Lord-Perkins will sing at the "Centennial Toast and Tea PaJty." This (Friday) evening's programme for the Grand Centennial Toast and Tea Party, will consist, in part, of the fol lowing songs, readings, colloquies, etc., etc.: "Three Pence a Pound on Tea," by Ye Ancient People; Trading, "A Hun dred Years Ago," original poem; solo, "Revolutionary oiuntcer," uy a gen tleman of ye olden tyme; recltatiou, "Beautiful Snow;" reading, "Marmion and Douglass;" ancient ballad, by Ye Old Tyme Belie; "Modern Song," by Girl of the Period; reading, "The Bridge of Sighs;" colloquy, Brother Jonathan, Aunt Columbia and Young America; chorus, "Tiie Mlgbt with the Right." Supper. This entertainment Is to be one of the most attractive of the season. See ad...

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. — 30 January 1874

FRIDAY. JANUARY SO, 1674. , For the New NorthwcsL . EiTiura.rnoM as rxFrmuHEi) poem. BV JOIIX A. WOMACK. Oh, on my mlnU shall burst and burn My darling's form forevennore; For oil on high my pent thoughts turn Where foot-prints shine upon the shore. And Ullcs wavo the waters o'er. The swimming stars that sweetly sleep Within the dreamy folds of air, And the sparkling eyes that ever keep A watch with me In mercy here. Are each my friends, and very dear. Memory's Are will flash and burn Within the lamp that lights my mind, Till all shall rest In the silent urn; Even then 'twill look behind, And grasp at something like Us kind. The elouds are plied In crimson pearl In the hues of the mystic west; They wreathe themselves In many a curl, And sink to sleep In peaceful rest, In the Isles afar lu silence blest. Deep In my heart lies burled love. And Rena kneels before Its shrine; Far In the glow of skies above I see a faee In Joy divine. Now far away from me and mine. " Ob, I could lay me d...

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. — 6 February 1874

III I 'w.. w. MRS. A. J. M'UWAT, Editor an4 Proprietor-! OFriCK-t'or. Kront mid Ntark Ntrcet. TBItM.3, IN ADVANCE: Oneyear.... Six montlw Three MOHtlits... -tsoo - 175 - 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Keasonabh Terms. JUDITH MILES; OK What Shnll be Done with Her? BV MKS. T. P. VICTOR. Enter, according to the Aet of Congress, la the year IBS, by Mrs. F. F. Victor. In fh.' OBice of the Librarian of CodfreA, at AVaihlng- iqu vriy.i CHAPTER X. IJIIHAS- AFFAIRS tit ARIZONA. Fort Kellogg, in Arizona, is not In a peculiarly JnvlUngsltuatlon, occupying, as It does, a bleak and barren plain, witlmothlng-tn view, even in the dis tance, except some low, reddish mounds of earth, which look as though they mlghtbedlssolved brick-kilns. Between these flow, in the rainy 6eason, turbu Ieut streams of muddy water which find their way through a still lower country to the Gila, But It is summer now, and everywhere the earth is baked with drought, except in the small stream which runs close by the fort...

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. — 6 February 1874

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1674. Theflrstannual meetlngof theOregor. State Woman Suffrage Assoclat on will be held in Portland, at Masonic Hall, Febuary 13 and 14. Delegates from all parts of the Stale are expected to be present. .First-class speakers have been invited to address the meetings". California and Washington Territory are respectfully invited to co-operate with us. Friends, all that is needed to make our cause succeed is earnest efforts among those most deeply Interested, Arrangements have been made with Capt. J. C. Alnswortb, President of the O. S. 2f. Company, and-agent of the Northern Pacific Railroad, also with the President of the W. R. T. Company, to return all delegates free who may visit the Convention by way of their roads and steamers. Let us have a rousing meeting in the name of Freedom, Justice and Human Rights. Abby B. Gibson-, a A. Coburn, President Secretary. THE CONVENTION. When the next issue of the New VnitTinvKST reaches our readers the Woman Suffrage Convent...

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. — 6 February 1874

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 0, 1874. HOME JEWS. Bradley, Marsh & Co. are very busy refitting the extensive building ou the corner of Front and Stark streets, for merly occupied by O'Connor & Ma larky. See their ad., and call and see their goods. If you want to employ a dress-maker whose flU are perfect, prices reasonable and sewing excellent, you cannot do bet ter than to visit Mrs. Galloway on Third street, near B, where you can be accom modated just to the liking of any hon est and reasonable woman. Next Thursday evening will complete Mr. Condon's course of ten lectures on Cieology at Masonic Hall. This course has been exceedingly interesting and in structive throughout, engaging the at tention of a large audience almost every evening. Mr. ('. may congratulate him self upon his success in Portland. McCormick's Directory for 1S74 has been laid upon our table. Tills book is really a mater-piece of its kind. As compared with the Directories of former years It is an excellent evidence of ...

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. — 6 February 1874

FRIDAY.. .FEBRUARY C, 1874. TEaBS 100. i. Hl'SDBED SrXU BEFOBE TIIE ifcrrE.V.VIAI. TOAST .M TEA rAKTT." JAK. SOTO. 1S7L Here, on the slope of the surging Pacific. A centurj ' remove from those scenes of the past. We're assembled to celebrate valor of heroes, Whose name will survlTe while republics hall last A century ago! Ah! then rock-ribbed New England, Inspired by Ercedom, awoke In her thrall, And watching the swoop or the glorious eagle, Who scorned as a captive mong tyrants to crawl. Aroused her In name of the Ood of tho freeman To shake off the shackles that as serf she had worn, And become her own ruler, law-giver and statesman. Thus proving that peopleare sovereigns born. Away, o'er the billowy, storm-tossed AtlanUe, in an isle of the sea, sir, Great Britain, the strong, Purse-proud and pedantic, sat, claiming birth-right In America's sons, who had bowed to her long. Oh! that was before the grand era of steam. ships, When the great Iron horse, with his nostrils aflame, In th...

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. — 13 February 1874

MPJ. A. J. DfMWAT, KUllor and Proprietor '- ! ori'ICE-rr. Iront nnil Stark Atree U. A Journal for tbe People. Devoted to the Interests of Unmanlty: i InaepenyetuTn'rontrcsTiInd Reliefon. Alive to ail' Live Issues; nmlThoronEnl HiKltol in Opposing and Exposing: the "VyronK. ol HioMnise. ' ' .'rff Correspondents writing over assumed jtifina tures mint make known their name's 'tothe IMltor.or no attention will be given fo'tfielr communications. . , TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year..... Six ramnh Three rmmlh.... -SI 00 -173 - 1 00 Frkk .Speech, Fkek Pr.tss, Ke i: People. ADVUirriSEMEXTS Inserted on ReawnaWe Terras. YOLIDIE III. P OTtTIVlVD , OREGON, FRIDAY, FJEBXtTTAJEtY 13, 1874. JUDITH MILES; OB What Slinll "bo Done uIIU Her? BY MB, r. r. victor. (Entered, seeontlnz to the Act or Consress. In toe year ICS, by Mrs. F. F. Victor, In the Office or the Librarian of Congreu, at Vannine ton Cltr-1 (MIAPIBR XI. ISTO THS JAWS OP DEATH. That night that Is the night of that day on which Major Floyd ...

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. — 13 February 1874

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1S74. THE BALL EOLLS. rzrrrio.v ron wokaIT suffrage bt the WOkv OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 'Whereas, The Supretu Court of the District of Columbia in the case of Spencer against the Board of Registra tion has decided that by the operation of the first section of tne 14th Amend ment to the Constitution of the "United States, "Women have been adranced to full citizenship and clothed with the capacity to becomo voters," and "Whereas, The same Court further de cided that the said first section of the 14th Amendment CLzts not execute it self, but requires the supervention of legislative power in the exercise of legislative discretio .o give it effect And Whereas, The Cong: of the United States is the legislat e body having exclusive jurisdiction over this Dis trict, Therefore, We respecl.i lly pray your honorable bodies for the passage on an act entitled "an act to provide a Gov ernment for the District of Columbia," approved Feb. 21at, 1871, by striking the ward "...

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. — 13 February 1874

gijc jjSortipu est FRIDAY. FKBIUARY 13, 1874. HOME NEWS. The furmers throughout the valley are preparing their ground for seed. An Kncampment of the I. O. O. F. was organized at Eugene City last Mon day evening. See advertisement in another column of the Pliwnix Plant Cataloguo for the spring of 1874. An establishment for canning salmon will he erected at Ellensburg, Curry county, the coming spring. We notice a general rush this week at the new store of Bradley, Harsh & Co. They have a firieassortment of goods, and are doing a large business, the result of advertising. At a meeting of the Order of the C hampions of the Red Cross on the 7th inst., Messrs. F. A. Johnson, E. F. Ile roy and G. II. Deiand were elected del egates to the State Temperance Union. A potition is being circulated in East ern Oregon for the establishment of a tri-weekiy mail route between Baker City and Canyon City, via Aubom and Prairie City. It will supply a large scope of country. On nest Saturday evening...

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. — 13 February 1874

She &m xXszthmst T jt - FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1S74. THE OLD COirlE- Jt stands in a tunny meadow. jYTbe'house so mossy ana r."' f Vith 1U rambrous old wne cbtmneys, Ana tnc gray w The trees told their green arms around it, Jg?nndoacn?tbrouel .them, And "be sunbeams drop their sold. The cowslips spring in the marshes, And the roses bloom on the hill; nd beside the brook on the pastures " The herds go feeding at wllL The children have gone and left them. They sit In the sun alone; And the old wife's tears are falling, As she harks to the well-known lone That won her heart In her girlhood, That has soothed her In many a care, And praUss her now for the brightness Her old face used to wear. She thinks again of her bridal How, dressed in her robe of while, J3h stood by her Ray young lover Jn the morning's rosy light. Oh, the morning Is rosy as ever, But the rose from her cheek has fled ; And the sunshine still Is golden, But It falls on a silvered head. And the girlhood dreams once van...

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. — 20 February 1874

Pi - MBS. A. J. M'.vnW. Editor Jtnd Vroprlttar OFMCE-Cor. Front nnd Stark Mreet. THItMS, IN ADVANCE : A Journal far the rcaple. ttevoted to the Intefestsof -Humanity. Independent In Politics und Kellsloa. Alive to all Live Issues, nnd Thoronchly Itadlcal In Opposing anil Kxposln; the Wronj ot the Maws. Oneyar . Six months TUre month. -J3 00 - 1 75 1 00 Fuse Speech, Fuse Peess, Free People. Correspondents writing over awunied signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their TERTISEMKNT31nSertMnRasonab,e VOLTOIE III. rOTiTLVISD, OREGON, ITKIDY, FEBRUARY SO, 187-1. communications. JUDITH MILES; OK What Shall be Done with Her? BY MRS. F. F. VICTOR. f Etttemd, fteewUlas to the Act.of Congress, 1b the year 157J, by Mrs. F. P. Victor, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Woshlnc- tau Olty. CHAPrEit xil . CONVALESENCE. Mrs. Stewart sustained the reputation of being a good nurse by her care of Judith. And let us give her more praise that...

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. — 20 February 1874

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1874.. PLAIN WOBDS WITH OUE PATBONS. Friends of the New Northwest, a word in your ears. M'e, as journalist, lecturer and general servant of the Woman Suffrage Movement In the great Northwest, have stood at our post until the enterprise has grown too large for us to manage longer without editorial aid. The paper cannot bo sus tained without keeping some person continually in the lecture field. Tho Executive Committee of the Slate Association.whose full report will appear next week, have appointed us as Iec turing and organizing agent for the State. "YVeniHi employ an associate editor that we may have opportunity to do this work tcell. This editor must be paid, Sho is a widow and is dependent wholly upon her salary for a livelihood for herself and children. If you want the New Northwest sustained and without an organ you are powerless you must exert yourselves to increase Us patronage, and sustain the associate editor, who will soften all the asperities which some ...

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