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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 October 1871

1 f A Jonrnal for the Teople. " lwvoted to the Interests of numa-nty Independent In I'olltlea and ItoUg'on. , Ulve to all Uve Issues, and Tuorpugh'y Radical In Opposing and B-iposhiK the AVronBB ol the Masses. MIM. A. J. Dr.VlVAT, Editor and l'roprltior. OFFICECor. Third and Walilnirton St. TBItMfS, IN ADVANCE: 3 00 . 175 Three month.. 1 00 Fkee Speech, Fkee Press, Free Peopix. forrMpoflJenf! writing over aramed sfena tures must make known their names tojthe Editor, or no attention will be given to tnefr communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Renwnable Terms "VOiLTODE 1. POKTLiVND, OREGON, FRIDAT, OTOBEB S7, ISn. One Hour. IKSCBIHED TO T. W. X. IWjoW, at lat, my cbanjeful fate! I t.koaW not think of tliee, I know; . J tat TchMirean my lone heart ro. In all this wide world desolate: My early lore, lift up thy Urow; Embalmed In many a heeret tear, We haw been silent many a year; O, It us speak together now. Tin but a Mule boon I ak For one who wanders, con nmore, And tnvtx to reek...

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. — 27 October 1871

FRIDAY." OCTOBER 27, 1S71. WOMAN SUFFEAGE CONVENTION. A Woman's Suffrage Convention will be hold at Olympic Hall, Olympia, " T., Nov. 8, 1S71, at 10 A. M. Tlie friends of Woman's Suffrage, fromallpartsofWashinglonaiidOregon, are cordially invited to be present aud participate in the deliberations. The object of this convention is to ar range some plan by which to secure con cert of action among the woman voters of the Territory. Miss Susan B. Anthony and Mrs. A. J. Duniway will be present Mjis. Majiy O. Brown, Mks. A. E. Bkielow, Mrs. Sarah E. Chapman. Mrs. Meiiitabel II. Eldkk, Mrs. Jane Wylie, Mrs. J. B. Allen, ' Mrs. C. A. Sands, Mrs. P. D.' Moore, Mrs. Majvy A. Barnks, Mrs. M. J. Baldwin, Mrs. Susan Dohklbmyei!, Mrs. Olive B. Manning, Mrs. Clara M. Littliuoiin, , . Mrs. Jane Pattison, Nns. M. M. Runni.K, Mrs. A. R. Elliott. HAVE THE "PEOPLE" VOTED 1 The dispatches every few days come to us announcing the triumph of this or that party in some portion of our country- Speeches of j...

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. — 27 October 1871

..OCTOBER 27, 1871. The Panic Tlie musical concert given last Friilay evening for the aid of the sufl'erers by the recent devastating fi re3 was qu i te u success. Som e $ 1 ,200 were realized. A panic which occurred among the audience during the fore part of the evening, however, greatly marred the remaining portion of the concert Some misaheivous boy, it seems, amused him self by throwing stones upon the roof, the sounds of which instantly conveyed to tlie minds of a vast majority of the multitude the idea that the building was about to crumble to pieces. Imme diately there was a grand rush for the door and windows. Many were severely wounded in escaping through the win dows by the broken glass, such being the panic that many absolutely forced their way through tlie window panes, regardless of bruises or wounds. To add to the confusion some one shouted "Fire!" Tlie audience at length per ceiving that the building was neither falling nor on fire, gradually quieted down somewhat, th...

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. — 27 October 1871

4 FRIDAY. "Drunk for n Week.' Tow ? rimI the tones of the master's vok Chine sharp tolhe listening ea . "Where Is tlie woman who does this work . 8M Turn, with a shrug,"I fear ..,.,. She bad to give It up. She mw trho 'f "m,e When lte left the orHce at fix last nls- "Well, scratch her name from offof the books ; Get somebody In that' vetL ...,,.. These women are always In trouble, I nuns., And Tom-bout Timothy Mi ill. When he get over that ltj k f.... Aud coma, to his senses, send him to me. "lOwwwcek to-day since he's shown his lace, Hat be got his oat to sow And I'll glv him a hint on the evil of drink. And let the whole thins so, (TbtUi a,seod fellow he'll steady nt lastv, ' Ww waaHf young men to grow old loofait":' SV,-drunk tor a week" in a young man's Joke, AJta NCK wr u uav is it biu; The womn who faints Ik sent out to the dogs, While the. fellow who drinks is kept In. And why? Oh! that Is a riddle confessed; The answer I'd give but lt'x never been guessed. ' My Story. BY ELI...

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 November 1871

rirti lUfWff uurf A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interest of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. ttve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly TUuHeal In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ol the Maws. Oonwpondeuu writing over assumed signa ture mtut nmke known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their COWIIMHlClfcHM. MBS- A. J. DO'IWAY, Editor and rroprletor. orric'K-for. Third nml Wslilntoil Sti- t Si ae Oney,.?!?MS' K 'ASOB: Six months - Three months-..." Free Speech, Free Paras, Fhee People. mi VOLTJ3IE 1. POItXIVISTO, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVE5EBER 3, ln. NIDIBEK SO. TennYERTISEMEXTSlB,rten Reasonable tUI f HI 1 111 Itfl mm II IFSi Hi isBI I'or the New Northwest. Line to n Friend. BY WOUA woirrir. You wwitto know what UkUU have played Atesslbo pathway of my lire Amid what sonny paths I've utraycd, And it Vn mingled In the strife WMeh -we ure told Uy aged friends Kadi heart on earth will surely meet, Ere wHu it kindred earth it blends And passes t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 November 1871

FEIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1S71. Owing to tbc absence of Mrs. Duni way soveral subjects deserving editorial mention are not noticed, as it takes some little time for mail matter to reaehherand return. They will most likely receive attention in tlic next issue. THE TAMMAITT C0BBTJPTI01T-A NEW PAETY. The corruptions perpetrated by the Tammany King in New York city eolipso anything of the kind in the his tory of our Government. Each succeed ing day but serves to ferret out new frauds, and the developments made have sent a thrill of indignation through ev ery honest heart. Most disastrous has been the effect of these disclosures upon the Democratic party, and the honest, conscientious members of that party, in stead of longer excusing or endeavoring to palliate the offence, now join as hear tily as any In demanding that justice be done. There Is a reasonable prospect that some of the principal parties con' cerned In perpetrating these frauds will come to grief, but In so corrupt a mu nicipallty...

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 November 1871

1 IT r ...NOVEMBER 3, 1871 IXFORSIATIOX ABOUT OREGOX. Our eonteniporarvof the Bulletin bastiic'ibl lowing just and sensible remarks in re gard to the premium prize essays, and we readily second the views therein con tained: "There is a constantly increas ing demand in the Eastern and Western States for information conccroins Ore gon and her resources, but as yet no ef fort has been made by cither State or county officials to furnish it in a shape that would be of utility. Some time ago the Real Estate Agents of Portland clubbed together and offered a premium for the best practical essay on Oregon. The premium was awarded to two per sons, because it was found that there was much valuable information in the production of eacli one, and that by a judicious dovc-tniling of the two a per fect work would be the result That having been done, the aforesaid agents have in their possession just the thing that should be placed in the hands of every man who is anxious to learn something shout t...

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 November 1871

She ile$y fevlteesi FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1S71. -"Whom Tint IVc Lose BY JULIA -vrAnn HOWE. WIhhh Bnt Tre Jove, j-OTknowre ',I,"",?'d ! Time rates us all. And lb Indeed, W: a ot Hie thing we planned It out ere '" iS? ' And then we women cannot choose our 101. Mi must be borne which ill i brd ,"tr:0 Muei given away which It were sweet to God hlu! -who need ''"i"'?'--,,, AndM, I know the shejinerd loves Ills hecf. And ttiey ur, too, his mother's sunny hair. Bmt vfcen be sJeeiw and tun lies upon my knee. And rout feel his light breath ooine and go, lean think ofom Heaven lielp and pity roe! Who loved me, and whom 1 loved, long ago. Who might liave been ah, what I dare not think. We are all eliancm!. find liulnf rr dm Go lwlp hs to do our duty, humbly, and not And trust In Heaven, humbly, for the rest. But blame wwnen not. If mine apear Too coM at limes and some too say nnd light ; Same griefs gnaw deep; some woes are hard to bear Who know the past ? Ami who can Judge us . right ? Ah,w-uwe ...

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. — 10 November 1871

k T V Mia. A. J. DrstffAt, Editor nd Proprietor. OFFICE Cor. Third and Vt'nslilngloii St. TRRMS, IX One year Six month Three montlis. ADVANCE: S no 1 75 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Written fer Mm New Xorthwest. Mnrnli. People ny I am ill ThenlghlKrbwlHllvlnthehouscnenre)-tl)y; And they talk of the skill Of the doc tar who erniw, looked grave, and said 1 niuMdle. "Writ, I know H I so; My wounded newt Weeds, I am feint, and my eye dim wttli team; Dut how oon I shall ro I a question of time; perhaps not for months or Ions years. Have you never been told ThHgrief kill but klowly; Po crul is grief, liika the Havmcc of old IttnrtHrex M vteHm till death brings relief. I atn pining for love, Koryin)w.tti jiMy and tender words; Ami I mourn as adore Woeoded, ami catted with rude, foreign birds. Ttieun eume train the EaM; It shines mi the home where my childhood was Meet; Were I from thraldom released IM hael to H roof as the bird flics home to lu next. But the distance is groat...

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. — 10 November 1871

0' tjr. J - : FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1S71. WOMAN'S LACK OF INDIVIDTJAL ITT. Many are the false Ideas prevailing in society in consequence of woman's es-, teemed inferiority to man, and to them are traceable nearly all the woes which to-day render the marriage state so full of misery. The gallantry which men profess towards women is in many in stances really hurtful in its tendencies and results. For instance, a poor but meritorious young man keeps company with a young lady, and being suited to each other they form a matrimonial en gagement. But the happy time when they can be united is far off. The young man has no dowry except a clear brain, sound body and good constitution, and must labor long and faithfully to amass a fortune sufficient to maintain a wife in keeping with the requirements of the false and extravagant ideas which pertain to society. His intended wife, instead of helping him hoard up the lit tle fortune which is to start them on the matrimonial voyage, is really a hin...

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. — 10 November 1871

- FRIDAY... .NOVEMBER 10, 1871. PiiBDGH. Prof. Rogers: of Willamette University, and Jacob Stitzei, G. W. C. T., liavc is-sued an address to tlie young people of Oregon requesting them to give .their names for the following pledge: "We, the undersigned, hereby pledgeoursel ves to a life-Iongabstincnce, from the use of all intoxicating drinks, including wine, beer and fermented ci der as a beverage; from the use of tobac co in every form, and from profanity." A Roll of Honor and Temperance Reg ister will be formed composed of all who sign the pledge, and each signer will be presented with a copy. IvrnoviaiKNTS at Albany. The Albany Democrat says a greater number of buildings are erected, or are in course of erection in Albany this year, than for the past four years. Three brick build iligsaroabout completed, and nice frame rostdettees are in progress in almost every numrter of the city. The local mills have been totally unable to supply the demand for lumber, and much has been brough...

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. — 10 November 1871

FRIDAY. yo VEMBER 3, 1S71. ruiiCTi xicht. Out in the pi lilt night Loud winds were hurrying by: Not a star-gleam pierced tliro' tlie tendon folds Of a stormy, moonless ky : Broad sheets of rain Swept o'er the plain. And out of their midst a cry! Out In the pitiless night A tender girlish form Not a shawl to pillow her aching head. Or shelter her from the storm! .Her robe sho takes . . Tho while she makes . . Her new-born infant warm. Out in the pitiless night Thoy foand her nlono; Notusholtcr for her nor a gleam of hop. ' Though her heart make: endless moan; And her suffering face. In that lonely place, Would soften a heart of stone. Out in the pitiless) night While ho who wrought her shame, Mar walk In the glorious light or day Willi a fair and honored name. And never n hand In all the land Bo raised to blot his fame. Beli.k W. Cooke. From the Temperance Album. TooLate. by r. n. ESOLE. "Man-, I wish tosecyouintiielibrarv immediately after dinner." said Judge -runsiey to ins only ti...

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. — 17 November 1871

Vor iyi 1 MKS. 1. J. Iil.Mff.IV, Editor aai rreprlflor. Ol'FIt'I. t'r. Third anil Wtw1ilncon M. TKKMS, IX ADVANCE: On vfir Six menths. Three menUi. .$3 00 1 7 . i ro ADVHimSBMKXTSInRertedon Reasonable Term". (For the New Xorthwekt. The Broken Vow. BY JESSIE TCLSOX. (The follewlBg line werecompoedon fceelng a notice of the terrlWe aceklent herein de sertbed.J "OureiMHiJMle. have met, lo-e, . TliB hall bow In ItBht, Ami xy ' throng, love, Orinmates to-night. "Ota, Hat to tle music! Tn aoeh llirlHInc strains The IHe-enrrent dashes A kmc tloe young vein ! "I lonK Ht be villi them; Oomw with we, sweet wife; A brlKht hour of pleasure Will r jwursMH life. "WVH terd the nnsh:river. AMI senile Ami tiw " ' The td now Ktand ready For baby and you." " Tte not tlm reuijh river, Mylms!)iHl,irirJ .' No nend lies eoiieealed there In waters m eknr. Iie iikmon doth dwell In The sfirklig wine Oh! shun the fair tempter, Iar husband of irtlne !" "Come, ttien.liltieguardbtu, Ami make your hnart light; I ...

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. — 17 November 1871

FRIDAY. 5f OVOIBER 17, 1S71. OTJE BANNJJE YET WAVETH. Home again! tbauk Heaven ! where, with health and strength renewed from the effects of a vigorous campaign, wc gather our loved flock around us and, in the gleesoine joy of sweet reunion and the interchange of words of cheer, we are so befuddled that wc cannot hear ourself think. If Congressmen and Sen ators feel as anxious to get home to the fireside at the end of their terms as we do after a month's absence, we don't see how they can accept office. Wc wouldn't be President to-day if wc could. Seated again at our little ile&k, scrib bling away at a rapid rate, while the click of falling type is heard within and pattering rain-urops mil without, we feel that we wouldn't exchange our office for a Dukedom or our editorial chair for the sole possession of the Isles of the Sea. And our fingers tingle with an elec tric glow that longs to burn itself into words of greeting to the many friends of our glorious cause who read the Xkw ...

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. — 17 November 1871

4 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1871. The "Jok Thomas" Suit. This suit Is riffw attracting a great ileal of atten tiou. Tlu Winner gives a very succinct account of the whole affair, which we eony : "The lawsuit now creating so Hindi excitement in Portland, is brought ly W- C. Johnson, F. O. McCown, George A. Pease, Owen Wnrte, ami J. M. Moore, of Oregon City, claiming umler Joseph Thomas, the alleged father of Finice Carutliers, to obtain property in Portland, now said to be worth $400,000, and at present held by D. B. Hannah, C. M Carter, A. 15. Carutliers, B. Gold smith, V. Lair Hill, and others, they holding by purchase from the collateral heirs of Finice Carutliers (or Thomas), son of the old man known as 'Wrestling Joe.' The defendants claim that Joe Thomas lias been dead many years, and that tlieold man now claiming to be the original Joe, is an impostor, being really James AV. Davidson, the father of Green C. Davidson, of Marion county; and to sustain thisallegatiou,thoy have brought 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. — 17 November 1871

She iteaa -Msdi&iaesL FRIDAY 2COVEMBEK 17, 1S7I. Baby ringers. BV JIR.-S. IIICIMKU UBAST WHITE. Ten Jht little fingers, so taper mid neat J Ten Sit little fingers, so; n- "?5Jlr Gently waving good-bye with Infantine grace. Then dragging your bonnet down over your IleatltHr pat -h -cuke, iwt-a-eakc, slow and se date. Tivn Mita hook at a furious rate. OraveJbeWlng theiu out, like u king, to le Then tbuip4ngtlie window with tightly-closed fist: Now lying asleep, all dimpled anil warm, On the whMe erndle pillow, secure from all harm. O.dear baby hands ! how much love you In fold In the weak, careless clasp oftlHwe fingers' soft hold! Keep spetlem, as now, through the world's evil ways, And bless, with fond care, our last weariful days. From the Overland Monthly. The "Willamette Sound. BY SIX T1IO.MA8 CONIMlK. A riosirc to study, in dIupo, .some of the evidences of the former recent changes of level along the coast of Oregon and "Washington with a view to compare, and, if possible, t...

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 November 1871

M . A Journal r the Veopte. Ueroled to Hie Interest of Humanity. AHva to all Iues, and Thoroughly Radical In OWHlHe and Exposing the Wrongs o( tbe Maas. rjaneKMKHtei't writing over assumed Klena- utre mMt make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will bo given to their coHimuRtotUftiw. Original. Keply to Slnrali. Who art thou whose pensive notes Fall In sweet cadence on the air. And In their mournful beauty float Into my soul, and And an echo there t 0, what Is man, more than thou art ? Vm he not formed or earth rude dust ? BfconM be hare power to ploreo thy heart, When feltlile hb to thy confiding trust ? Tjiv foriu was made of finer clay, Tby spirit more esqulrtte far; Why HIM unjuot demands obey Br aeedleaa caeriAre thy soul to mar T Tst thy lrt urteve no more; Oattnotrnwrnineeou the wild; Itfhr lowofsti.r restore That aty which man'scruehydespo'led. W weie not made to brood o'er gilet; Mm uuli weald Morva on fare so rude; glM ramlr- MlWHhllLm Rlro relief, An4 sed the...

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 November 1871

Iht Vim Hortht 9 J -4.4 5t. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 24, 1S71. MINNIE HYBTLE MILIEB. This highly gifted lady proposes to lecture before the citizens of Portland on Saturday evening, November 23th. "We hope the people will show their appre ciation of her worth and talent by giv ing Iter a reception worthy of her genius, See advertisement in another column. them. But we would remind those whose duty it is, having knowledge of such wrongful act, to prosecute the uilty in tho interest of justice and of the State revenues, that neglect in such a case is hardly less censurable than the original offense. Let there be a prose cution of the guilty before they escape aim am luiun iu recover tne monev irom sureties before the opportunity is'lost. Xow, we ask in all seriousness, will our Democratic olllcials fail to take ad- WOMAN SUFPEAGE EEOEPTION. A Woman Suffrage reception will be hold at the residence of Mrs. D. W. Wil Hams, on Saturday evening, Nov. 20th, at half-past seven o'clock. Friends of W...

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 November 1871

1 She Hen? fertoest FKIDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1S7J. iK Absconding Contractor. Mr. Jordan, one of the contractors for the construction of the canal and locks around the Willamette Falls at Oregon City, has absconded. A late number of the Oregon City Enterprise has the fol lowing in regard to his disappearance: "One of the contractors, Mr. Jordan, of the work to construct the locks across the river, disappeared very mysterious ly last Monday, and it is thought that he has absconded. He left here last Saturday for the purpose of going to Portland to get money to pay off his hands. After he arrived at Portland, he wrote back to Mr. .Lord, who is superin tending the work, stating that he had coneluded to go to San Francisco and lay the aflliirs before his sureties, and would leave on the steamer on Monday. He did not go on the steamer, and it was ascertained that he had passed up the valley on the railroad on Monday even ing, taking the cars at Milwaukie. It looks very suspicious, and the impr...

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 November 1871

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1S71. Original.) Walking: Alone. I cannot kill the past. Somehow I eHHHOt flmt the door That hangs between what I know now 1 aMVImU I knew before. ' Arfowlj lite ttwreugh Aire of life While yooth was on lier throne, I made my way through worldly strife Ami sever walked alone. ,'X tWJKaJ "with one, and one -with me, Through sunshine and through ruin, Aa though what was would always be What had been be again. And wtlh an angel by my ride, Ih itr, In form, and tone, I hefMrtto reae.li rite's eventide And never walk alone. T brtRlit, but still I try to threw Around the pan a wall; Twas hard to make what wa as IhAttali It never was at all. , The sna J ud to lo ve is dead I The rest Khali not be known, f&eept that, with a wear" tread. I walk my way alone. A.VONVJIOtM. Only a Shop Girl, 'Gloves, sir? Yes, sir. "VJint nuni tor?" Tlie words loll with a little Melt from the lip of the young girl who stood behind the counter, and caused Douglas Lennox to take a .second...

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