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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 March 1874

FRIDAY... ..MARCH 27, 1874. HOMEJEWS. Salem is soon to have a new steam ferry. Dallas is going to have a Temperance aloon. Another school-house will- be erected in Albany in a short time. There is.a,gnss of small. poxtn Oregon City; also one near Salem. Lewis & Strauss, at the "White House," 87 First street, have received a fino stock of gols. ' Woodcock & Tntermela have removed from the City Market to the corner of First and'Yanihill streets. They have a fino'-fttock of groceries. The County. School Fund of Lane f ounty is about S1.000 larger this year than last. Tlio apportionment of the -tate lias not yet been made. Contributions of money are pouring in upon the Misses Smith, of Glaston bury, in recognition of their brave nnd c onsistent conduct in resisting taxation. Sympathizers can be counted every where by the thousands, and more con verts have been brought over to the "Woman S linage ranks on account of this palpable outrago, riveting the at tention to the wrongs suf...

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 March 1874

ClhlJLfAJL M JiAAivu 1 The Green Olover Oalico. Four ! pairs tot noisy boots clattered ". - 1 nM.i onto aF I mrvvi Wn tti nntrr. Three aeis oi impa tient fingers fumbled at once for tho door-knob, while another, missing its clutch, thumped violently on the pan nel. A quartett of voices, raised to con cert pitch, accompanied these move ments with chorus of "Bully! splendid! O Nora, Nora, Nora!" A second more and the door flew open, and In poured an eager little crowd, startling the quiet of the nursery with their whoops and shouts. But Nora was used to it, and only smiled m tbey Hocked around her. "O, Nora, what d'you think?" This was Beggy, the eldest. Jack, his next Junior, vented his feellmrs In n. series of hops, each topped off with the word "Cricky !" as a eort of exclama tion point, Jonquil, a solemn girl of six with excited red cheeks, stood in llm middle of tho room, too breathlra.1 for more than an occasional "Oh!" "While small May, the baby, who had climbed the precipitous...

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 April 1874

MRS. A. J. DKilWAI. Editor and Proprietor A Journal for the Tcople. 'Devoted to the.Intcrcsts or Huma'nliySM Ori'ICE-Cor. Front arid Stark Streets. --Independenrln-rolItles-und'KellgioW Kllve to all TOJQ Line's and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and EipoIn rtheJWrong .! ft TEKMS, IN ADVAXCE : of the Masses. One year. al5l ! 'tlltU Klx roohlhk ' ' -$3 00 Three, maalhv. I 1 00 Fjiek SPEF.cn, Fi:ee Pkess, Fiike ftnnR Correspondents 'writing- overaintnellfsfgna tnres must-make known their namesno the Editor, or. no attention will be glvejijlojthelr AUVKimSEMnNTSInsertedon Reasonable "VOrTTME III- 3?OTTIjiVNX, OREGON, FKIDAY, APRIL 3, 187-1. NU3IBER 33. communications. BOOB JUDITH MILES; on M'lint Slinll Ie Done nllli Her: sr mwi. f. f. vimqn. Entered, ocrordlnt: So the Act of Omisrw, In the ymt 1S7J, br Mrs. P. E. Ylelir, In tlic Ufflce of lb Librarian of nontr,nt M'aMiInc ton CilJ C1IAITEK XVIII. MMU.1lONRfi. Mrs. Drazoc took care that Judith should not go out alone next morning, by re...

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 April 1874

.APRIL 3, 1874. "OHEEK." What a pity it is tbat mcn uavc 80 little assurance, nud that women bavo so much ! Only the other day ono of these over-modest men said to us, con cerning the women engaged in the tem perance crusade, "They must have a good deal of cheek!" Cheek to do what ? To go where men go? To go where thte same shrinking critic acknowledged that Ac went? "We thought to ourself, "young man, that is a pretty commentary on the places you frequent, that it requires so much as surance to enter there." "What an ac knowledgment that you are not at all times to be found in proper places or proper Pursuits. Wbcnyoucotonlaces that requiro ''a good deal of cheek" for a company of women to enter, engaged In God's work, and imploring God's protection and God's blessing on their work, forthe contrary purpose, as your criticism acknowledges, yon do not manifest any cheek, we presume? Cheek, indeed! "Who ever heard of its being "cheeky" for men to entr the vilest haunts of their own, o...

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 April 1874

FRIDAY.... '.Avail. 3,'lStC HOMEHEWS. The Uaso ball season is at hand. The-contract for building an academy at Sheridan has been let for $2,500. Dallas has now three temperance or ganizations in a prosperous condition. The M. E. Church South, of Dallas, have sent East for a bell for their church. The Grange at Dallas has already a large membershipand is rapidly increas ing. Fishel & Roberts have received a very large stock of clothing of all descriptions. Now comes Baker City and closes her public :sohools for the lack of funds. This cause is operating all too exten sively In our State. Advices of March 20th from Eldorado, Baker county, state that cattle and sheep are dying In considerable numbers on Willow Creek. Lieutenant T. D. Maurice, of Raleigh, Aortli Carolina, several years ago sta tioned at Cape Disappointment, writing to friend in Astoria, says: "To give you an idea of the beauties, attractions, etc., of this country, as compared with Oregon, I would simply say that I ...

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 April 1874

S try. eyi FRIDA..' .AVRUj 3, 1874. GOOD-SIGHT. nr hestex a. iienedict. Good-night, dear friend! I say good-night to Acrosf'tho moon-beams, tremulous and Bridgtog' n space between ns. It may be. Lean Tow, sweet Irlcnd! It Is the last good nlgbt; For lying mute upon my couch and still, The fevriflush evanished from my face, I heard Uiem whisper softly: "Us Ills will: Angels will give her happier resting-place!" Ami so. from shrhtof tears that fall lite rain. And sound of sobbing smothered close and low, , I turned ray white face to the window-pane, To say good-night to thee before I go. Good-night! good-night! Ido not fear the end, to connici wiiii me ouiows uark and high And yet. If I could touch thy hand, my friend, imuk at nuuiu uc t-ASer (U uie; If I could feel, through all the quiet waves ormy deep hair, thy tender breath atbrlll, I could go downward to the place of craves With eyes ashlne and smiling still ; Or It may be that 1f, through all the strife jiuu iKuii ui iwiuugtiMiu...

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 April 1874

MRS. A. J. BUSIWAY. Editor and rroprlely OFI'ICE-C'or. I'ront nud Stark Streets. A Journal fqr,tU&PcopIe. Uevoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics undTIeilgtoh. Hive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the "iVron; TBKMS, IN ADVANCE: One rear. t, m oi the Masses. Six months Three monthi 175 I CO Free Speech, -Fuee TaEssrFnEE People. Correspondents writing: over assumed signa tures mast make known their names to' the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. '' TrmXERTI8EMEXTS Inerted on Reasonable VOX.TJ3LCE III- - POTtTIVIND, OREGON, JTI?irA.Y, APBIL lO, 187-1. JUDITH MILES; OK Wlint Shall be Done wltli Her? BV MRS. P. P. VICTOR. Rntemi, ncvrtl I nr is Hie Aet of Tongref, In the year K7X, by Mw. P. F. Victor, In tlio OmcenfUte '.tbrtrtanofOomirefw.at Washing ton Ulty. CUAITKR XIX. A BAY OP SMALL EVENTS. , os, Judith was disillusioned about Mr. Shultr. She had learned, all In a moment, that neither culture,...

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 April 1874

I I FRIDAY. -APRIL 10, 1S74. BEVKW OF THE OEUSADE. The readers of the New Northwest who reside at a distance from Portland, and to whom the Eastern exchanges are not accessible, will thank us for giving them some idea of bow the great Tem perance movement is being conducted. It does not matter whether wo, or whether they believe prayer to bo the surest way to Temperance reform; they have a right to know the facts, and those journals who do not present their readers with so great a popular expres sion or sentiment, fall to do their duty as journalists. Those who watch the movement and its opposers in Portland must have two very distinct ideas brought home to them. The first is that women are capa. ble still, in the 19th century of the same exalted enthusiasm, and earnest reliance upon God which actuated them in the early days of Christianity, when they went cheerfully to the stake or the den of wild beasts, for conscience sake. "Women who can day after day calmly face with prayer and...

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 April 1874

t FRIDAY APRIL lQlfuL HOME HEWS. Dr. J. G. Glenn has fitted up Ills den tal rooms at the corner of Yamhill and First streets. Portland has had several alarms of lire within the lust week. Fortunately but little damage has been done. Grand millinery opening at the "White House" this week, during Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Bartsche's steel, silver-covered guitar bass, strings are advertised in another column. "The best in tho world." We noticed this week that Bradley, Marsh & Co. had put up large plate glass windows in the front of their store, to better enable them to display their goods. At tho election held in this last lion day, A. H. Morgan was choscd for Di rector and J. 1). Holman for School Clerk. During the quarter ending March 31st Well, Fargo & Co. shipped to San Fran cisco treasure coin, bulion and currency amounting to $415,000 03. MEETING OF COUNTY ASSOCIATION. The regulur monthly meeting of the Multnomah County Woman Suffrage Association will be held in 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. — 10 April 1874

FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1874. SHERIFF TnOBXE. BY J. T. TKOWBRIDOE. That I should beSherfrrTa'nd keep the Jail. And that yonder stately old Iblfow. yon see Marching across the yard, should be My prisoner well lis a curious tale, As you'll agree. For It happens we've been here once before TogetherTand served our time although Not Just as you see us now, you know; When we were younger both by a score Of years, or so. When I was a wild colt two-thirds grown Too wild forever a curb or rein, Haying my tricks till I needn't explain I got three months at breaking stone, -With a ball and chain. The rodder was mean and the work was hard. And work and I could never agree; And the discipline well, In short, you see, Twas rather a roughlsh kind of card That curried me! A stout steel bracelet about my leg. . ' A cannon-shot and chain at my feet, I pounded the stones In the public street, 'With a heart crammed full of hate as an egg Is full or meat. The school-boys Jeered at my prisonVlg, And me. If I m...

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 April 1874

MRS. A. J. DlJ5Iff.ir. Editor ni Proprietor. OJTCECor. Frout and Stark Streets. A Journal for the People. ' . Uevoted To the Interests of Human!tj Independent in Politics und-Rellgion. live to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical n Opposing and Exposing the Wronir TERMS, IK ADVANCE: . ot the Masses. One'vonr Six months Three months... -3 00 - 1 1 00 Fekk Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing overassnmedjSlgna;, turcs must make known their names to tlie . Editor, or no attention will be given to'theTf.' ' communications. '" 'JTrr',.'! ADVEUTISBMENTS Inserted on Reasonable "VOJLTJjSJCE IU- P OTfcTJL. AJNX , OREGON, FBIDAY, APKIL XV, 1874. jUDITH MILES? on be Don Mlint Shall wltU Her? BY JlttS. F. F. VICTOR. Entered, nccwillne to tlie Act of Confrrcs, In the year 1KB, br Mrs. F. P. Victor, In the Office of the IJbrarian of Congress, atAVaslilng- ton City. CHATTER XX. JUDITH PATS A DEBT ANU INCURS ANOTHER. "I have some money for you," said the Major, when Judith and...

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 April 1874

I)e jen JjJortljuierf. FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1ST4. THE SILENTOPPOSITIOK. The opposition to tbe Temperance movement Is not wholly of the active sort, as those who circulated the peti tion to the Common Council are aware. "While liquor importers, retail dealers and dram-drinkers oppose it openly as a measure damaging to their business, Inimical to their rights (?) there is an army on their side, made up-of the fol lowing described persons and classes: First. Tradesmen of every description. The reason they give Is, that to support the anti-liquor movement will lose tbemthe custom of the liquor men. beconu. cierKS or saiarieu men, ex cept in such cases as where their employ ers are Temperance men. Third. Some men, and many women, (to their shame be, it said), who "have no Interest In the matter." "Their sons and husbands," they say, "give them no trouble." These men belong to the class who advise us to stay at home and attend to our households; and these women to the class who "have all the...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 17 April 1874

-APRIL 17, 1874. HOME HEWS. Jacob Mayer lias a large stock of spring goous. Give him a call. You who wish boots, shoes, or any thing lu that line, are referred to the advertisement of O. E. Carson, in an- ouier column. The Clarendon hotel, situated at the corner of F and First streets, has been re-opened by Hallett &. Young. "The finest rooms and the best table tn Ore gon," Irwhat Ihoy advertise. Guests are furnished with street car tickets free of charge. The'Ladyof the Lake'1 has been on the bDardffat the Oro Fino Theater during the present week, having been brought out by the CatholicSocial Union. Theat tendance is very large. We regret that we liavn't room for an extended review of the piece. Among our most enterprising mer chants we find C. II. Meussdorffer, at in Tont street. By taking a look througli liis hat store, you will find the nicest and finest hats for boys and youths. The gentlemens hats are such as will look dressy for any man; and furthermore, they are widely k...

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 April 1874

S&l .ATRIIi 17, 1874. THE HIT ABBITAL. BY GEOBOJ! fr. CABtE. There came to port last Sunday night The queerest little craft, Wlthoutan inch of rigging on; I looked, and looked, and laughed; It seemed so curious that she Should cross the unknown water, And moor herself within my room Myaughter, O, my daughter Yet, by these present, witness all, She's welcome Any times, And comes consigned to Hope and Love, And common metre rhymes. She has no manifest but this; No flag floats o'er the water; She's rather new for British Lloyds My daughter, O, my daughter! Ring out, wild bells and tame ones, too; Ring out the lover's moon; Ring in the little worsted socks; Ring In the bib and spoon. ,Rlng out the muse; ring Jn the nurse; Ring In the mlllcand water; Away with paper, pens and Ink My daughter, O, my daughter! THE GAMBLER AHD HIS VICTIM. TRUTH STHANOEH TJX AX FICTION. BY" OEOEOE UILEV. In the spring of 1832, when the excite ment over the discovery of gold in Call' fomia lured thousands...

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 April 1874

H -.it ;. ... U:!'i, ..,JMrt AJcnrnql'forthe-People:' , . yofJWo til1? JntcrestCpf HnmqpUr. Independent. In Polities and Rellsipn. , Mlve to nil I.lve Ijsne, ana Thgronshljr Radical In Oppo'lnS ami Exposing the nnij MRS. A. J. DP.V1W.VT. Editor ni rrojrtttor. Ori'ICIV-t'or. I'rnut mnl Stark .Slrretv 011018, IX AWVAXOE: Six Jnoiuh.. Three tiMutlin. 175 1 00 Fek Herrxm, Free Pees?, Krkk People. ' CorroponiUnsIwrIlng ov-r:uhi!pii'lr?na tures mtwt make' known'thelr'naWr tK"' the ElItor,bc no nltehtlon-wlll be given' tfiWtelr commiiuleaUons. .; ; J !;tfa"J ADVERT138M Inserted onltensonable T? OTiTJL. AaNTD , OREGON, lTCtrDA.Y, APRIL 5A, l&TVl. serins. , ; , . ... 3 ' JUDITH MIL'ES; OK Wltnt Shall ! Done ullli HerT KV MRS. F. V. VICTOR. RnUred, ivor(iHf In the Act of Congress, in the year is:.:, by Mm. K. P. Victor, lit the Office oi the T.ll.rurijn of Concreiw.at "Washing ton city.; C IIAITKU XXI. atc oi.i ranc IS A sew mr'ut. Life at Madame M a was not quite what Jinllth In licr Ign...

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 April 1874

FRIDAY. xYPRIL 24, 1B74. THE EIGHTS OP C0NS0IEN0E. There Is nothing which women need more to learn than that they must de cide all questions of conscience for themselves. We hare been accustomed all our lives to be told that women gov erned the public morals through their social and domestic influence. Never was there a greater fallacy than that. Undoubtedly men have some respect for the -greater acknowledged purity of women, and defer to it in some ways. But they seldom allow our opinions to govern their acting, either In public or private life. This boasted "influence of woman" is chiefly conventional a cour tesy of man to woman, of one eez to the other and arises in the deference the sexes pay to each other interchangeably. It is a considerable force in itself, and certainly gives to society its greatest charm. .But in matters of importance women have too long been accustomed to evade, if not to ignore, moral responsibility, by refusing the settlement of all weighty questions of ...

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 April 1874

FRIDAY- - APRIL 24, Sj-Q HOHENEWS. Tbo 6alifol at Pendleton has been closed. k." Work will be resumed on IheSantlara ditch about the first of May. The district tchool house at Baker City has been completed, and is an or nament toMhe town. " J The Albany College is prospering un der the skillful management of Prof. VarcejLaiaL Jw associate; Jfi&slisrgj jer iwj pupils have been enrolled this collegiate year. A class of six two young men and four young ladies are expected to gradunte in June. We had the pleasure of atteudlng.the cntertajiiment given by McKay's Vylarru i'K lmnans, in wiuon uie war, scalp, -medicine, feast and -religious dances were given in the characteristic dresses and manner of these Indians. Besides the dancing, there were several scenes very effectively represented, .such as camp scenes, the stealthy massacre of a sleeping foe, pursuit of atwjnemy, and all the incidents of war and iwace These Indians are a sleek, fine looking set of men, and do not appear to ha...

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 April 1874

FRIDAY.. ...APRIL 24, 1874. BOhDACE--OF-DKlXE. BY FEAXK PATTOX. You think t love it rtl(jm nerveless hand Could gain Immortal strength thus very hour, .d rVp. th4? h1rti ra-fflc,frota.Uie land . Ana crush tlssbllghtlngf'maddenlngynlght- mare power. Yea, now, with all ray latest, dying breath, i-ji curse ine ming mai arags me down to death. Lore It? I loathe It! Yet I drink and drink, d hamy bondago wlth-a loathly hate, And halo myself ax tlirough the town I slink. The pledgor No, no! Too late too late! jjicuski j.'yc incu it twice a wate of breath! Too late! There's no release for me but death! It's bad enough to drink; hut not to drink Doth such a train of ghastly horrors wake As In one hour woulddeavl) me dead, I think. v Ah, keep away, ye fiends, for pity's sake! The very thought ol them affect my brain; My end will be -when they shall come again. Love nim ? I'd lore to hold my head up high And breathe God's air a free and Tearless man. And look with undlmmed eyes on earth and sk...

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. — 1 May 1874

MUS. A. J. DrxiWAT, "Mllsr na.;Proprietbr; OFl'ICE Cor. 1'roat anJ Mark NlrMls. A'SoarnaLibr'thereopte. .Uifil Devoted to thelnterestg'oritumanltyr""" jiadependenlilnrrlltlcs aniSRelJHpnffciL MlVptoUyWy? ISlf a?3,Thqrousbly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong THRMS, IX ADVANCE : oltheMaises, - :!- ., iai .$3 00 175 - 1 00 Hlx inoUth, Three mouths... . , - "... . is md aoi3 .Correspondents writing. over assunieiWsna- Free SrEECii, Fbek ThesS, Fese People. tares mast makejknown their namesj tOj tnp Editor, or no attention will lie' given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOX.TXME III. IPOTtarr.AJTD, OREGON, FKCDAY, MAY 1, 1874. IVTJ3JTJBER, sr. ft JUDITH MILES; OR be Done IV lint Shall nlth Hrr? BY MUS. F. F. VICTOR. Entereil, according 1 the Act of Congress, in tneyerlKS, by Mrs. F. F. Victor, In the Offlceorthe librarian orCongrcnt WaOiIng- ton OHj-.l Clf AITEIt XXII. SO OBS THK WOULD. It occurred to Mrs. Brazee Hint Ju dith's eighteenth birthday ...

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. — 1 May 1874

FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1874. ANNUAL CONTENTION OF THE NA TIONAL W. S. ABSOOIATION. For more than a quarter of a contnry the representative women of this na tion have hetd annual meetings, de manding the recognition of their rights as citizens of tho United States. In halls of legislation and courts of justice, , as well as in Conventions, woman's equality with man in all civil and political rights, privileges and im munities, lias been debated and vari ously decided by popular opinion, stat ute law and judicial decree, without ar riving at any permanent settlement of the question. And until the world learns that there should bo but one code of laws and morals for man aud woman, this question can never be settled. But the discussion has roused woman her self to new thought, and action, and kindled in her an enthusiasm that the best interests of the nation demand should be wisely directed and con trolled. The fact that women are already vot ing, holding office and resisting taxa tion; that th...

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