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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 February 1874

)t fens $fo?tljBesi FRIDAY FEBUITAIVY 20, 1874; LETTER PEOM0ALIPOENIA. San Francisco, February 3, 1871. Mrt. A. J. DtmiwayDcar Madam: Inclosed please find an address to the Oregon Woman Suffrage Society by our Board of Control, which please present to that bo.ly through its presiding officer. I rejoice in the success which has fol lowed your earnest, arduous and con stant labors in our cause. I hope some of our delegates wiil be able to leave, by the Oriflamme, on Fri day next, but do not be disappointed if none shall arrive. -I regret that Mr. Collins finds it impossible to command the time necessary to make the voyage. Here in California our cause is slowly gaining strength and influence. Our labors for the past year have been of a quiet character, but not less effective than during the year preceding. Dur ing the four months preceding our clec tions, for State and county officers, which transpired in September lost, our Board by printed circulars and written letters aimed to brin...

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. — 20 February 1874

FRIDAY. -FEBRUARY 20, 1874. IX THE HILL. Br KATE rUTKAM OSGOOD. Over the era? the path drops down. And climbs again to the farther bound. Creeping away to the distant town, "While the wind In the sails goes round and round. By day and night has the blast Its will. From heaven's four comers.wllh little bound: An emmy moorland from hill tn hiu Where the wind In the sails goes round and Only my mill and I between; My mill and I and a sunken mound' How many years since that w mn The wind In the sails goes round and round. The livelong troubled night before W lilned and startled the drowsing hound Rattled the latch on thn immUn .7. While the wind In the sails went round and A.11 night It seemed through the dark about inai somctning moved with a moaning t.Tlt'ir. But the Stan were hM. anil 11,. .... While the wind In the sails went round and IUU11U. The livelong night I could not rest. And late and long the corn I ground The wheel and I. wn wnri-cwi n, ko "While the wind In the sails went...

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. — 27 February 1874

m . . BS. A. J. BiMTTlT. Ultor an4 rraprlftbV; 'A' Journal" for the Peopje. Devoted tothe Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Mlvo to' ail Live Issues, and. Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and Exposing the TVrong ol JhcMimcs. OFFICSK-Cor. Front and Jjlarlt Kfreeta. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One-year.. Six months.Z Three months.. -(3 00 -175 1 00 Frjck Speech, Free Pebss, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed slgna turss niuMt make known their -names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISKMBNTSInwrtedon Reasonable VOLTDIE III. T?y&?:jL.A3XI. OREGON, 2?I5XrA.Y, FEBKUAKY S7, 187-1. tt. JUDITH MILES; Cu be Done What Shall ltl JlerT . BY Jin, r. F. VICTOR. (Entered, according lo the Act or Congress, In the Tear 1ST, by Mr. V. F. Victor, In the uncc of tho Librarian or Congress, at Waifa Ing ton Cltyj CHAPTER XII. A NEW J-EIEXD. Every day, now, witnessed some new improvement in Judith. I am reminded, In writing or her...

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 February 1874

;ije j$en$ jgetted FRIDAY.... .FEBRUARY 27, 1S74. A DAT AT THE CAPITAL. Last week, after the arduous business of the State Temperance Alliance nau been concluded In Salem, we, by invi tation, accompanied some ladies to the Mute and Blind Asylums ana tue btale Prison. THE MUTE ASYLUM Occupies the grounds and buildings for merly used and yet belonging to the Sister's School in the city. The accom modations are good and the manage nient of the Asylum excellent. At the time of our call there was no one In or around the building who could hear the door-bell, except the two little chil dren of Professor Smith and wife, who look to be about two and four years of age. After some delay the bell was an swered by Mrs. Smith, an exceedingly intelligent mute, with blonde hair, clear complexion and pleasant face, to whom we made known our names in writing. We were then ushered Into the school room, where eternal silence goes hand in hand with intelligence and harmony. Professor Smith, with whom 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. — 27 February 1874

Jfen goriest .... FEBRUARY 1871. HOMEHEWS. The Good Templars are to give one of their attraStive sociables at Multnomah Hall this evening. Let there be a large attendance. The Bulletin establishment has re ceived a new power press of colossal di mensions, which, after mnch trouble and delaj-, has been put in fine running order, and our neighbors are jubilant over their "luck." The -Methodist . Sociable, given on Wednesday evening, at the Taylor . t . . i , . aueeb cuurcii, was a granu success. Ihesc reunions at the various churches have been very attractive and profitable curing the winter. Baker and Ganby Past, O. A. It., will give a grand ball at Ankeny's Hall on the evening of March 4th. Extensive preparations are making and no pains are spared to make this the most sue cessful party of tlje season. vu io .raure's u you want a square meai, cooked a la mode, women have no business cooking when men can do the work with so much more ease. Re sides, It is man, and iiot woman, who is ...

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 February 1874

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1874. Continued from first page. husband die, ber position in society then depends upon how much of his own personal prestige he ia able to leave with her, in the shape of fortune or title. If these perish with him, then her life, or all tbero it of it, worth considering, perishes too. She has hardly any ex cuse for continuing to cumber the earth, since the entity from which she derived all that she was, aud all that she had been permitted to enjoy, has become a nonentity, and she has become that dis reputable thing, a "lone woman" a 'relict." How can she now expect to regain riches, or enjoy titles ? It may be uec essary to labor, but her toll must be menial; at the very best she may be thankful to get some of the lower grades of men's work, at half their pay. To as plre to an honorable or lucrative posl tlon Is to bring upon herself the charge of being unwomanly. To- go into the world's mart of business with the Intent to find something congenial or profita ble to...

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 March 1874

MRS. A. J. DPSIWAT, Editor and Proprietor Ol'FICE Cor. Front and Stark Streets. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: A Jonmal'fbr the reople. -Devotcd to tho Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. Alive to all Uvo Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wron; ol the Masses. One year- Six mOMtlic .$3 00 1 TS - I 00 Three months! Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the ADVERTISEJIENTSInsertedon Reasonable VOLTOUE III. POXtTI-AJNT), OKEGON, FRIDAY, SIVXtCH C, 187-1, Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. " - ' FnKE Speech, Fisek Press, Fkre Vronx. JUDITH MILES; Wlint Shnll be Done with Her? rt jtn5. r. r. vicrron. Entered, according to the Aet of Congress, In the year ICS, by Mrs. P. P. Vieler. In the (meof Ihe IJbrnrUnof Congrcs,at Washing- ion OHyJ CHAPTER XIV. ONE OF I.IFIfS CHANCES ACAIN. Another month went by at Fort Kel logg without particular incident. Judith was now entirely recovered, ta...

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 March 1874

FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1874. PORM OP PETITION. To the Honorable the Legutaiire AtKttMy of Vie State ( Oregon, fn Scuim AuanbUd : Ve, the undersigned, citizens or the State or Oregon, over twenty-ono years or age, respect fully pray your Honorable Body to grant the night ofBuffrage to Women. NAVES. NAMES. (IToaioi.) MOHTHLTMEETIHG. Don't forget the meeting of the Mult nomah County Woman Suffrage Asso ciation to be held at the Good Templars' Hall on Tuesday night. The By-Laws of the Association will then be presented for approval, or amendment and ac cepiance, alter wuicn music, essays, speeches and discussion will be In order. A pleasant time is expected. Let there he a large attendance. Seats free. PRAYING DOWN SALOOHS. This exciting topic, being just nowfie theme of the newspapers, it behooves ns to have an editorial word upon it. To begin, then, we are rejoiced to see something started which will bring the women to the knowledges that they can deviate from Ions-established customs witho...

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 March 1874

FRIDAY .T......MARCTl"c1T874". HOMENEWS. Read Dr. Bostwick's card under "new this week." The grand ball of G. A. R. camo off last Wednesday night. It was a success in every particular. Thompson's Two-Bit House is the place for the working man. Plenty to t at and light charges. Bradley, Marsh & Co., at the corner of l irst and Stark streets, have recieved their slock of spring goods. ine ht. uimries no:ci nas Deen re opened under a new management. See the advertisement of the lessee in an other column. Oliver Dcunie has re-opened his pho tograph gallery felncc the fire at the cor ner of First and Yamhill streets, with an entire new outfit. Those who want fine pictures should give him a call. On Thursday evening, Starch lOtli, at the requestor many skaters, Mr. I'lymale will give another masquerade Carnival, From indications, this will be the fiuest aflair of the kind ever seen in Portland.' To those in need of the services of a first-class music teacher we earnestly recommend the...

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 March 1874

FRIDAY .MARCH 6, 1S7-L Continued from flrst page. the part of the enemies of woman's political enfranchisement, to avail themselves of a specious pretext, to strike a heavy Mow at suffrage while professedly laboring with great zeal in the sacred interest of public morals and womanly purity. We are strong in the assurance that your society will prepare, numerously sign and forward to some one of your Delegates in Congress, an earnest pro test against tbo proposed outrage. Another suggestion, and the under signed will bring this lengthy com munlcation to a close. You are fortu nate in having as your organ tho able and efficient newspaper; the. New . Korthwest, which is earnestly devoted to your interests. Its value and im portance to your society and its work cannot be easily over-estimated. has a tongue that is never silent, a voice that no spirit of ridicule or denunciation can quiet It is important that you should thoroughly understand that it is no light or easy labor to maintain ...

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 March 1874

I. . ilRsJliAi',J:,)rsnrAT. Editor and TrcpHetbr j'ltf -'.! hk' . ' tfJtf; -' - ! - ;:ae-.-. 0.5E-Cor.,sTront and Stark Slmli. -A.tfounialfortheyrcople. . YA11H L AleVOled tO the InUre&U ntTfriTnanny n IndependenVIn,Foimcutia. Religion. Mlve to nil Live Janes, and Thoronghly RatlloIlPpposJnsnnd.Eiiwslnstha'VJ'rpns pt tUe glasses. i:fj j ) iu-j-p m OneiyBar. SlxjtfQiulis.. tA&if'i V? ??.:;' ' ' : t.' bit : !lK -$3 00 ThrPe SnWIh. 1 7i 100 Free SrEECir, Frxr. rnrss, Fhee People. tnres Editor, TVEItTISJlBJfTSinf,erted on Reasonable VOIL.TJ3XE. III. 3? OTtTXVTVr) , OKEGON, DFJRIDA-Y,, MARCH 13, 187-1. 30. tominnnlcatlons.- r ixir -iilfn JUDITH MILES; What .Shall on .be Done nllh Her? ' T MBI V. T. VICTOR. il, BeeotdiH? lo the Act of Conirrcs, lrflMf"fu- ISt, by Mrs.' F.F.' Victor. In the QniVefohpTJferarlntirYkn?ro,it WaOdns-touiCttf . t. PVSTtXS OOOJtSEC Iuitime to interrupt further specula-tions.-about her future course, appeared Josie. .i"rFor& do Lord, now, I'se powerful...

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 March 1874

w , FRIDAY MARCH 13, 1874. UNEXPECTED. Wc Utile expected .when our last pa per went to press that this week's issue would find us in the bustle of prepara tion for a journey to California on the out-going steamer. But advices from Kan Francisco have precipitated the matter and we shall be absent from our Oregon post over-a inontb.-engaged in lecturing in California under tlie auspi ces of the State Woman SuIIrago Asso ciation. We dislike very much tolcave our home work at this juncture, lut If the cause to which we have devoted our life can be advanced thereby, we shall not mlndtbe sacrifice of personal feel ing. California, Nevada, Oregon, Wash ington, Idaho and Montanashould uuile their forces and form a Pacific Coast Woman Suffrage Association. This is the feeling of the more prominent mem' bers of the different State and Territo rial societies with whom we havo corre eponded. And now, dear friends of the New NoiiTinvEST, we appeal to you to sus tain your organ. Mauy of your sub ...

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 March 1874

FRIDAY... MARCH 13, 1874 HOME ltws. Morrill, the indefatigable spring bed manufacturer and salesman, ia con stantly buy iillitig orders for his cus tomers. GalLand see blm. The raoifiVRoot and Shoe House call attention to tbe fact tbat tbey are dis posing of their winter stock at less than cost: !CMl 'irtid' see theru If you Want bargains. The growth or freighting on the "Wll lanielte inay-bo.eotiiuated from.the.fact that Lincoln, Pelk county, in 1670, stored at its warehouses 8,000 bushels, and in 1-73 125,000 bushels were stored. A mass meeting of tax-payers was liehl last evening at Ankeuy's IIaJltin the- Imprest" rr tlio Portland Dalles & Salt Lake railroad. As we went to press I t fore tbeihiCetnfg oonvenwllweiare un able to give particulars. "The Color Guard," a grand military play, under the auspices of llaker and t 'anby Post; No. 1, G. A. It., goes on the boards this evening at the Oro Fino Theater. This play has been in progress for a long time, and, from the amount 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. — 13 March 1874

FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1874. HAIL! AND FAREWELL! Halll arid'ferewell! Such Is'the frail condition Of earthly Intercourse. We meet to parti Joy perishes In rapture of fruition . Al&a! my heart! The Cowers we gather wither In the grasping; On i-niuv's cheek no fadeless lilies dwell: The hand we clasp grows throbles in the clasp ing. Hall! and farewell! mall It and farewell! The untie of welcome beamein Brief as effulgent upon lovers lips; In hope exultant youth but ltttle dreamelh Of hope's eclipse; Nor cares to think that Time, who looks so ra dlant. Is disenchanting Fancy's magic spell To dust dissolving all her fairy pageant. Hall! and farewell I Hall! and farewell ! lis thus each short-lived pleasure i. Fades from our vision like nhanlnm tran- We turn to gaze upon our new-found treasure, adu to: us gone! '.Mid the delights that we most keenly covet Still are we startled by fond Memory's knell sire ft rait! Oh! my heart' beloved. .. :. Ball! and farewell I THE TEMPLE OP DREAMS. (Som...

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 March 1874

1 .'Ml if. I a:' y -to;' Ml&!A.jj. ,BFMffAT,. Mitor and Proprietor Ori'UX-Cor. l'ront and Stark Streets. lK journal for'the People. TAtTOH IMvotcU to the Interests orilamanlty; IndependeLEBirolftles.aiMl 'Religion. AJIve to all. Xlvo Issues, and, Thorou-hty KadfcaJ jrt Opppln&and ExpojjbfitVyrons o( the Masses. iw.lf.' : T1BRM8, IN ADVANCE:. rt ' Ux innnit.T 00 Thre monilit. Z. !TT""'"'' 1 73 1.00 Fnr.K 8rKECit, Free Pbkss, Kkf.e People. Correspondents writing orerayuimP tnre mnst'nfafce known itfilr names pea-sij ifesrtoTlie WrnRR?ISBM BJCTS Inserted n Reasonable TOLTOIE HI. KJltor.or no'nttentton-'wlif-btvTnfi&l?eTr' XOTTX.AJXI, OBEGON, FRIDAY, 3VLAJR.OX3C SO, 1874. communications. " mo ISO ol til ot i-oilsuj- - rt --- JUDITH MILES; ' OR Wlint Klinll l,e Done wlUi Her? Y MBK. r. r. VICTOE. (Holered, aeerdlc to Hip Act of Congress, nayear is, by airs, r. F. .Victor, In the uniceof Hie l,Wwrlan or Congress, at VfiKhin--ton OHy.1) CHAPTBK JCVI.. SKW SCKKE ASB SEW rRKfLKXI...

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 March 1874

FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1S74. A PASTING WOED. Again we must urge upon our friends the necessity of sustaining the New Northwest. Wo are compelled to leave home without having time to set tle our business as; we desired. If every one of you who are in arrears for sub scriptions will at once forward the same to our office, you will enable us to go on easily with a work which is wearing upon us fearfully at present, because of the financial anxiety connected with it. Again: remember to contribute to these columns regularly during our ab sence. This .work is yours as well as ours. And while we are away in a dis tant lecture-field, engaged in earning money to keep the banner floating at the mast-head, may we not depend upon you, dear friends, at home and abroad, to contribute both letters and subscrip tions to its support ? We shall be at home again by about the firai of May. How many of you will organize societies, raise clubs for the New Nop.thwest, and otherwise carry forward the glorious 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. — 20 March 1874

FitEDAYn..; ;MARCH 20, 1874. HOME KEWS. City laxes are now due. All the ntWIe schools in Salem were closed Just Saturday. Jacob Slayer has received his spring siocK or goods. Make a note of this, and give him a eall. A latlyflf forvnliis is going 16 sue the city for damages caused by falling on a neKety -sidewalk. "f he-l)emocrats-of Wasco.-iij-conven tion assembled, have adopted a resolu tion against the purchase of the locks. Jas. Caseman, of East Portland, was drowiiedjearabe Stark street ferry last Saturday flight.1 He was intoxicated'at tlhflimer in me .cast' oi mcs. ,AU Jt Jirisigii vs. Mrs. A.Wvveri, for $10,095 ilftnagc for slander, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty. As American OIieatcrfielQ. Mrs. Admiral Dahlgren, who, it will be remembered, with Mrs. General Khermaii, headed a petition, some time since, to Congress, praying that body not to manumit the women of lnlted State., since political slavery for nuuii-u was uu-ir natural conuiiiou, lias, according to repor...

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. — 20 March 1874

HOME HEWS. WOODS IX WIXTEB. Br HE5EV WAl8WOKTU LONGFELLOW. When winter winds arc jlcrclng chill, And through the hawthorn blow the sale. With solemn feet I tread the hill That overbrows the lonely vale. OVr the bare upland, and away Through the lone reach of desert woods, The embracing sunbeams chastely play, And gladden these deep solitudes. Where, twisted round the barren oak. The summer vine in beauty dun?. And summer winds the stillness broke The crystal icicle Is hung. ' Where, from their frozen urns, mute springs Pour out the river's gradual tide: Shrilly the skater's iron rings, And voice I! II the woodland side. Alas! how changed from the fair scene. Vhen birds sane out their mellow lay. And winds were solt, and wood were green. And the song ceased not with the day. But still, wild music Is abroad. Pale, desert woods, within your crowd : And gathering winds, la hoarse accord. Amid the vocal reeds pipe loud. Chill airs and wintry winds! my ear Has grown familiar with your son...

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. — 27 March 1874

loui ilf' 1PU MM. A. fc-BDxiWAT; lauor end lToprlrtor' La Jonrnjrftrtoe9pie. ..TAT 1 l k uVt voted to the ItjfergU of.IInmanltyiw . ! v. f3 OFMCK-Cor. Tront nnd Stork SlrVcts.4 ,i IndependenUn-Politlcsrand Religion. .Mive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly ' Radical Inppposlns and IsinSjtheJ&rons ot the Masses., , , . i.aiiuoo.iK . . : 1 ' I. 5013 vl ;cm i:i . .',); Lite taa odw Correspondents writing-.pver, assumed lgna tures must make tnow'ri thejr names to"t"he ' -Editor, or no attention will 'be given "fo7tnelr,at'i 11 communications. ' - ' it Ihijs r.'.., 4 tkrms, ix Otif year- Three iftenfliRu "" ADVANCE: -S3 00 .. 1 To ..100 Fkee Speech, FREE Pons, Fiiee People. TRTISRrnXTSInsprted on Reasonable VOLUME III. P OTtTI, jVIVD , OREGON, FKIDAY, 3XA.KCII S7, 197-1. JUDITH MILES; OR be Done with AVUut Shall ilerT itv s. r. v. wnR. EntrW, aeMMh Is the Act of Congm. In tiie J-er by Mr. P. F. Victor, n the offloe of thf UDnrten of Oonerp,at Waxlilnc- lon t.uy.j CHAPTER XVir. SEEKIN...

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 March 1874

.MARCH 27, 1S74. THE TEMPEBANOE OBUSADE. The woman's temperance movement still continues to be a subject of com ment for moralists, editors and others who note and chronicle the events of the day. The opinions and prognostica tions concerning the present import ance and future effects of this enthusi astic and seemingly successful demon stration are numerous and varied. Although future events may not give weight to these opinions, nor verify these predictions of the nation's phi losophers and seers, they yet show con clusively the deep interest that has been awakened by the rise and progress of the crusade. All things, however noble and of good respect, that are the offspring of impulse and nurtured in enthusiasm are more than likely to have a brillant career and a short one. The past is thick strewn with the records of the3e"hopes,abortlve victories half blown, and citadels begun reduced to dust." And as it is given to mortals to read the future only by the light of tile past, it w...

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