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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 May 1874

gtyc Mens jftastyisest. FRIDAY .MAY 1, 1874. HOMEtfEWS. The Joltn L. Stephens, which arrived last Tuesday night, brought a large number of emigrants. Ou Saturday last a Mr. Hubbard, wife and child started from their home to at tend a Grange meeting at'-tterrais. hen about five miles from the desti nation, as they were going down a ateep hill, the wagon slipped sidcwise, thB wheel striking a log, which threw Mra. JubJUard ar-d her child out. Los ing her hold of the baby, the little thing fell just in advance of a lo;, and the wheels passing over the log, fell upon the child, crushing it to death. On last iWondny morning a body was discovered floating in the river near Flanders' wharf in this city. The Coro ner wasuotified, a jury was called and an examination held. The deceased was found to have been a native of Hol land ; name, Charles "Wilson; was a seaman by occupation, and came to this port on the barque Aunie M. Weston He was lost seen on Saturday the 17th inat., and was under 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. — 1 May 1874

friday:'?1.:.1..:....:..may 1, 1674. OLD FABMEB JOBS. Old Farmer John is more perplexed Nay, Farmer John is sorely vexed; He labors early, labors late, Yet ever finds an adverse fate; For all bis tolllngs scarce sufilco Of needed clothes to pay the price. The summers come, the summers co. The spring showers waste the winter's snow xne wmie, irom uawn 10 ciose 01 uay, Receiving naught but smile for pay. His good wife toils; and anxious care Has faded Hp and check and hair. Acres on acres stretch away. Of woodland, corn, of wheat and hay; -His cattle roam o'er many a bill, His brooklet turns the groaning mill; Yet this abundance nothing yields To pay the mortgage on his fields. Four sturdy sons, four daughters fair. Claimed nt his hands n fathers care. He gave them labor without end. And strove their souls like his to bend Into .the 11 arrow! qg groove of thought Interest to be earned, clothes to be bought. No books; no pictures on thewall; Carpetless rooms, and dreary hall. Why think...

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. — 8 May 1874

MRS. A. J. Dl.MlTAT. Editor and Proprietor. OFMCE-Cor. Front nnU Stork Street. AiJournalfor the Feople. ''.; ""Devoted tothe-InterestsoMIumanity.- Independent Of Politics and ilteljgloa. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ol the Masses. ' ' ' '" e ii":- TKIIMS, IK ADVANCE X - ..JiOt ' .1.' l . - .- : ; : ' . .tj Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must iriako known the!inainesJOftbe Edltor.or no attention will, bet given Jojfielr One ypnr , Klx months Three "nioDibu. J3 00 -ITS 1 00 Free Speech, Free rnrss, Free People. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable YOLTOIE III. 3?OXtO?IAJNI, OREGON, FKIDAY, 8, 18-4. NU3IBER 38. communications. " terras. i JUDITH MILES; OK be Done What Sliall with Her? BT MBS. F. F. VIOTOB. Enteral, aeeonllng to tbe Act of Congress, in the 1S3, by Mrs. F. F. Victor, In the Offleepf the IJbrarian of Congress.at -Washing' ton Of ty.J CHAPTEK XXIII. THE LAST. There are times in our lives when one even...

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. — 8 May 1874

I j)t gem iUtil)mst FRIDAY.. .MAY 8, 1874. Nothing could bo wore "fanatical," j K"i"im, iv ummiu " wcak-rolnded " aud " Insane we wml!lm, nr,lrr,ms nt1n quote the immortal Cronin tban to de- ' nuj- more publicity to the movement than was sire a different political basis. A city necessary. It may be that they desired to test MUOH-NEEDED HELP. It must be apparent to every one that there is vital necessity for a new cle ment in tbe politics of tbe country. If tberc remained those who are still unconvinced of this .obvious truth we opine that a careful perusal of the lead ing political papers of this Stale during the present canvass, will enable them to see tbo necessity of which we speak, Unqualified assertions upon one side, are quickly followed by flat contradic tions from the other, whilo from either side tbe "middle party" receives blows, which Its leaders strive in vain to parry, An attempt to "look on this side and then on that," In order to decide us to the relative fitness of t...

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. — 8 May 1874

Pit JlotfipesiJ FRIDAY.... MAY 8 HOMEJEWS. K. J. Ladd's defalcation amounts to $11,291 54. On last Monday quite a tornado swept over Portland. The storm came on about 4 o'clock p. sr. and lasted uutil G P. sr. During this tlnio things were thrown about in a very lively manner. "Windows we:o smashed, signs were blown down, sail-boats were capsized in short, we had a young hurricane. The dust was flying around fearfully, enveloping everything. The Dalles boat was unable to land at Vancouver, the Columbia being very rough. The Al bany Express train was unable to pro ceed any farther than the Clackamas bridge, a large fir tree havinc been blown across the trestle work leading on ine northern end or the bride. The siorm was the most severe that has over been experienced in Oregon mat is, within the memory of the oldest inhabitant The Golden Opportunity of Michigan. "Onee to every man and nation Jotnes the moment to decide. In the strife of Truth -with Falsehood, I or the good or evil sid...

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. — 8 May 1874

! ' ."ill t w s i ..wi .. .,.( . i - - AOl-J JAMS V vrauini ...... ,,Wb town she was timid, -and avoided, obser vation;. DRY GOODS. THE NEW NORTHWEST. FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE. i "rmwmm imini v niu i nsrs . w ..' inn ;"',i;i FRIDAY.; .MAY 8, 1S74. A TIMELI QCESTION. BY JOHN- W. CII ADWICK. If eood men were only better 1 iWouldthewlckedbesobad? Here's a story with an answer To that question strange and sad. Herod, famed among the wicked. Called "the Great" with doubtrul right, When a boy of twenty summers With banditti made a flght, Hezeklab, their fierce captain. Captured be and put to death ; Many a follower then compelled he To resign his evil breath. It was well done; who bat thinks so? Thought not so the Sanhcdrin. Uerod'was an Idumean; So bis deed became a sin. Let him till bis own banditti: Never dare to deal with theirs; So they summoned him to meet them And to settle his aUklre. Scarcely sooner said than done 'twas; Herod came: they wished him back; For he came al clad In arm...

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. — 15 May 1874

MnsJf'A.1 3i' HtSVSXX, Editor and Proprietor!. OrKICD-Cor. Trout nnd Stark NtrcrU. . -.ntfUItl'S, IN". ADVANCE: Onojrear- Slxmonths Three -months.. 100 LOVE AND WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Br nrrA. - , CnAFTEHI. Shall I describe Nina Nuuly to you, as she., appeared that evening at Mr. Ray'sarty ? She was a little above medium height, with a finely rounded form. Her large black eyes were shaded by long, droop ing, dark lashes; and her luxuriant hair was also black and glossy as silk. The rich glow on her cheek was as nat ural as the color to the rose. A plain white muslin dress fell about her In soft, graceful folds, its plainness relieved only by bows of cherry ribbon at the threat and waist. I have told you that her hair was black; but I had almost forgotten to tell you that it fell about her shoulders In a natural way, that made one fully realize the meaning of tuese words, "a woman's glory is her hair." She was a fit model for an ar tist; but few artists could have done her justice, for sho ...

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. — 15 May 1874

Jjje item jjteiljwesi FRIDAY. MAY 15, 1874. WHAT STAND WILL YOU TAKE IIT THE CAMPAIGN' ? This is llie query coming to ns from alt quarters, and we, as an independent journalist, are ready, as ever, to reply to honest interrogatories from any and every source. In this instance we have only to say that Laving been absent from home for two months during the very heat of the political contest, we are not a3 well pre pared to take sides as we might other wise have been; yet, as matters now stand, ve have no choice in the case ex cept our desire to defeat the Grover clan, the school book swindle, the liti gant act, the metropolitan police, the swamp angels and enemies of "Woman Suffrage. Wc like Hon. T. W. Davenport, and should rejoice toseehim elected; butwe know that every vote given him in his present company is but half a vote for Grover and the other nuisances above cited. "Were he really an Independent candidate; bad he come out as his own man, instead of the tool of a ring of po li...

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. — 15 May 1874

... MAY 13, .1874. FRIDAY. HOMEHEWS. The weather is very fine. "Wild strawberries are ripe. W. S. LM and family took their de parture yesterday on the steamer for an extended trip to Europe. Bon voyage. Thompson of the Teetotal House is out with a new ad. If you want your money's worth in good substantial food and no foolishness, patronize him. Morrill, of spring bed notoriety, is sell ing daily from five to a dozen of his portable couches. Moral, advertise in the 2new Northwest if you would make your business pay. A new sectional and county map of Oregon, issued by J. K. Gill & Co., is upon our table. This map, In pocket form, will be found invaluable for refer ence among immigrants. The mounted maps for the walls of offices and homes will doubtless be in great demand among the people of the State. Go aud see the publishers and buy a pocket edi tion to send to your friends In tho East. Under the head of "XewThis Week," In another column, will be found an advertisement of a sewi...

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. — 15 May 1874

FRIDAY. -MAY 15,; 1874. Stone's Love Affairs. It was aereed on all Lands Ibat 2s ed Stone vraS a very practical fellow. He bad been very poor at one time in bis lire, and bad to work very bard. His industry bad in tbe end, however, met its due reward. At middle age be was conifortablv circumstanced. When be announced to bis friends, therefore, that be .thought of taking unto himself a wife, it was thought generally that the step he meditated was a prudent and proper one. And when he further stated that bo bad made an offer of bis band to one Gcorgiana Warren, the daughter of a wealthy merchant, and that his offer bad been accepted by the lady, we of course hastened to tender our neartieit congratulations on the oc . caslon. Ned Stone spoke of the matter in bis own sober, simple way: "Well, you know I'm gettini: on," be said, "and If I'm ever to marry it's about time I should think of setting about It." "You've been very kind. I think I shall be very happy In fact I don't doubt it as...

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. — 22 May 1874

X CC L if; I A Journal for the People. . MPJ. A. i. Dlf.MW.ir. Edllor and rroprltlor. OFFICE Cor. 1'ront nnd Htnrlt Streeti. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: i -Devoted to the Interest oMInmanlty. 4W lauqu-auciii in romics and Religion. Alive to all l.lvo Issues and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ol the Mnsset One yqftfc Six MAUI Three lnnnHfi- J3 00 1 73 - 1 00 Free Speech, Fkee Press, Fjiee I'eopix. Correspondents writing orerassnmed'jilgna tares ranst mate known their names to the Editor, or no attention wilt bo given to-thelr ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terras. VOX.TJ3CE3 III. P OTZTI1. AJNTD , OBEGON, FKIDAY, SS, 1874. 2TCJ3II3EK, 40. communications. nm ii itii mi ras urn pjca m CALIFORNIA STATE "W. S. ASSOCIA TION. MINimdSOTTIIK FIFTH ANNIVJSESAIIY MEETISG. April 29, 1S74. JI0RNINO SESSION. The "Fifth Anniversary Meeting of the California Woman Suffrage Association opened at 11 A. M. In the absence of the President, Mrs. C. M. Palmer, Mrs. Lena Clarke, the S...

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. — 22 May 1874

FEIDAY. MAY 22, 1674. OUB ASSOCIATE EDITOB. To all our readers we now say, with emphasis, tbat balf-way measures, as. to pay and patronage, cannot longer be Indulged. We don't want to atop any body's paper, but we must collect our dues, and'proceed in a business way to do It. We are no longer physically able to endure the work we have borne so cheerfully for the last three years. The associate editor, Mrs. C. A. Coburn, whose occasional writings have lately much enriched our columns, is to take her place the first of June, and then her salary for the support of herself and her fatherless family must come from week to week through your subscrip tions. She is a far better writer than ourself, and the way is now so well broken that there is little more disagree able editorial fighting necessary. Only do your duty, friends and pat rons, and we assure you that the New Northwest shall be what the people make it. Who will be the first to send us a club of new subscribers for the benefit 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. — 22 May 1874

...afAY 22, 1S74. FRIDAY. HOMEJIEWS. The base ball fever Is at Its height. Notice J. H. Fisk'a advertisement in to-day's Issue. ' The Willamette is very low above the niouth of the Santia'm. OroFino Theater will be opened Sat urday evening by Fanny Morgan Phelps and troupe. Teachers ami pupils of the Taylor street M. E. Church will hold their an nual picnic at Aurora "to-day. Owing to the heat, the ladles of the Crusade do not at present raako their appearance until about 7 i. M. "COMMOJSENSE." We are in receipt of a Spiritual paper bearing the above title, issued by the "Common Sense Publishing Company" of San Francisco. As a sectarian Spir itual publication, it i3 as prosy and or thodox as the ireiMi and Evange list and Christian Itejlcctor are for the sects which they, represent The style of the reading matter is of a pure and unpartisan character, and there is none of the Yvoodhull doctrine visible, al though the mechanical make up of the paper is a close, diminished imitation o...

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. — 22 May 1874

FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1674. 0.1 TO YICTOKT. HEAD BEFORE THE fimi AXSIVErtSAP.T MEET INO OF THE CAUFOEMIA STATE WOMAX SUF FRAGE ASSOCIATION, AFCII. CD, 187L Twos anions the wild barbarians, When Attllla Home destroyed, In the service of their nation Women were with men employed. Tho' wild passions like a furnace Burned within their heart and brain. Vet ihcy grave their wives and mothers Equal rights In law to claim. But proud Home, with all her glory; Greece, with all her learning too, Loved their women, yet denied them Equal Rights, or to pursue In their studies art or science, Logic, government, or cause, Lest they learned their rights Inherent Olalmed protection by the laws. ' Twas the Goths The Huns and Vandals Taught proud Home that women were Not their servants, but their equals. To be honofd, and to share With them all the rights and glory Of pure peace as well as war. In the camp or on the forum, Halls of learning, or the bar. Fourteen hundred years have vanished Since that wild, b...

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. — 29 May 1874

MRS. A. J. DOMn'AT. Editor and Proprietor. A Journal fbrthe People. '' tJJlil'i ' Devoteil to the Interests of HumanltST"'"" : . Jndepeadent IniToUUranUiReirg1oni 7. AUvq to all Live Issues ana Thoroughly RadlcaUn Opposing and Exposing tbeWron" ori"ICE-Cor. Trout nnd Stark Streets. TERMS, IK iADVAXCE : of the.Mas.5ea. . One year, Six inontlw Tli re e meuihe- -$3 00 j -i ex 1 zi Correspondents writing; oyer assumed signa tures must make known 'their nams'to th Kdltor.nr no attention will be given1 to thelc 1 75 -100 Free Speech, Free Fkess, Tree rr.orLE. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOIjTJME III- PORTLAND, OREGON, ITXJICVY, SO, 187-1. NU5IBER -XI. communications. i, 1 AMI E AND HENRY LEE; , OR The .Splirrc T tlio. Sexes. BV MBS. A. J. SUXIWAT. (E&Ured.aererdlHC to Aet ofCongrcss.ln tba yearJJ, lj- Mr.A.J. Qnnlwuy, In tbeofficeof Uie Mbrarun of Cogres at Washington City. CHAPTER I. A low-roofed cottage, of tho most primitive pattern, peeped timidly In the gathering twilig...

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. — 29 May 1874

FRIDAY. HAY 29, 1S74. HOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. A new serial story entitled "Anile and Henry Lee," or "tbo Spheres of the Sexes," is begun In this issue, and we respectfully call our friends' attention to It and ask them to circulate the Initial number for new subscribers. Wo will furnish back numbers containing the opening chapters to all that will sub scribe early. Friends, bow many of you will put shoulder to the wheel and help us? The cause of Human Freedom needs your patronage. "Will you not bestow it? THE ELE0TI01T. Before the New Northwest shall again great its readers the long-talked of State election will be over, thank goodness, and then, perhaps the parti san press will stop at last a part of its wrangling and settle down Into a short spasm of decency. The contest has been fearful. If the men who are candidates are one-half as corrupt as their oppo nents proclaim them, Mr. Watklnds ought at once to have charge of them at the State hotel. "When the women become cufran ...

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. — 29 May 1874

1 1 FRIDAY - T..L...MAY 297l8v HOME NEWS. Miss Georgia Carpenter lias been se lected by the Concordia Literary Society of Willamette University as one of the speakers to contend for the prize at tho end of the present term. Mr. J. H. Fisk, the assayist, lias re cently manufactured a small quantity of chromic acid, from some pure chrome ore, which was brought from Southern Oregon a short lime since. This acid Is of considerable commercial value, being au indispensiblo commodity In the manufacture of chromos, and is also ex tensively employed in coloring the mat ter used to print calicoes. The acid Mr. Fisk pronounces to be of superior qual ity. The ore, in its pure state, is fqpnd in cshaustless abundance -near ltose burg, and convenient to the line of rail road. The Oregonian says: "Wife-beating still continues a popular, and, we might add, fashionable amusement with some of the inhabitants of the city. A gen tleman (heaven save the mark) residing In the lower portion of the city, 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. — 29 May 1874

FRIDAY:.;..,... MAY 29, 1S74: IS EI 0.1 D THE Sni!l'I."G BITER. 3JT I C. MOTTLTOK. Do any hearts ache there, beyond the peaceful -river? Do 'fond souls wait, "with longing In their eyes. For those who come not will not come'for ever For some' wild hope whose dawn will never use 7 vn mi iuu luud Bitii. ucjuuu in c ueui rivrr. The ones they loved In vain, this side Its flow? Does me oia pain mace tueir neart-nmngs acht and quiver? I shall co home some day.go home and know. The hill-tops are bright there, beyond the shin' lnc river. And the long, glad day, It never turns to night; They, must be blest, Indeed, to bear the light forever. Grief longs for darkness to hide Its tears from signi. Are tears turned to smiling beyond the blessed river. And mortal pain and passion drowned In Its flew 7 Then all we, who sit on its hither bank and , kmver, Let us rejoice we shall go home and know Christian Union. and can I not look upou this faco with out feeling a pang that strikes through my near...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 June 1874

$z jem fott Jjesi. ' ' Ml . A-Joumal Torino rcoplo. Devoted to the Interests or Hnmanlt y. Independent in Politics and Religion. Alive to all LI vo Issues, arid Thoroughly Radical In Opposing nnd Exposing the Wrongs ol the'Masses. . ''ivWv SIRS. A. J. DCXITVAT, Editor nn4 rroprietsr, TKHJIS, IK ADVANCE: One year .(3 CD ix iuonius;. - 1 Three JiloulbK - 1 CO Fuek Spiech, Fhke rnES3, Kara: People. Correspondents writing ovcrassumed'slgna lures must make known their, rmras.i to th Editor, or no attention will he glrea to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME III. DP OTi.TXiA.3NT) , OREGON, rXiIXAY, JUNE G, 1874. Terras. LEE; OB Tlio Spheres' of the Scxra. BY XHS. A. J. DOSWAT. fEmered, according to Act of Congress, In the year 1STJ, liy Mrs. A. J. Dnn'lway, In the office of the Librarian or Congress ai Washington City. CHAPTER IL' In the low, rough loft overhead of the living room of the Lees was a rude sleeping apartment in which were two beds of & pat...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 June 1874

FRIDAY : -JUNE 5, THE ELECTION. Up to tho time of going to press the returns of the Stato olection, though very close, were so incomplete as to leave themen in doubt as to who shall be their next Governor and Rcpresenta- Enough, however, has been done by the Oregonian, the new recruit to the Democratic ranks, to set that paper to crowing most lustily over tho Republi can ruin that it hopes it has wrought. The bogus Temperance ticket, which was put up by a few disappointed po litical wire-workers in the interest of a ring that held its nominating conven tion with closed doors and then called itself tho "People's Ticket," did much to draw the victory upon the Democratic side. The Oregonian saw clearly that its only hope of winning a Democratic vic tory was by dividing the' opposition vote, and while it put up the job of Tom pe ranee nominations, or was the power behind the throne that moved that or ganization to act, it openly fought it af ter it had acted, thus consolidating Temperan...

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