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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 July 1874

4 Jftew $?tim$l IlIDAY.... .-JULY 10, 1S74. HOMEJEWS. The Circuit Court has adjourned and. w ui meet in August. About two thousand persons left town Saturday by road, river and rail. - - 5ee special notice of Fishel & Roberts, U.e popular clothiers, in anotbercolumn. Bradley, Marsh &. Co. are Pellinjr at ' 'V figure; the consequence, a large bU9 ness. Tlie crusaders attended anotiier tera (jerance meeting at East Portland on ilonday evening. Morrill-is selling, on an average, from ! 1S to 150 spring beds per month. Po much for advertising. The ordinance reducing the license to i II intoxicating liquors within the city : units was vetoed by the Mayor, aud veto was sustained. Tlienieetingof UiclV3nipe ranee League aj the M. E. Ciiureli tool: place on Tues ! y eveniug.'i The audience was small, but the" exerM&es were, as usnai, inter esting. There have Ween 44 alarms of fire dur-. ing the year, of which a large proportion were falne. The Chief Engineer has rec oramendtl 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 July 1874

etc' fcft t y JULY 10, IS74. FRIDAY. JFer tbe New Northwest' r 5 T St 3 ' BTttTCOBTEt. Blessing on tbec, Oregon! Thy pure air gives life and health. Pleasant homes with peace and plenty, Betterfarthan golden wealth. , The' but young, thy giant footsteps Mark tbe progress or the age; .Active in life's vital lorce 'Galnt all wrongs a war to wage. Thou hast forests, lakes and prairies, Sparkling rivers, clear and bright; Girls with Hps lite ripened cherries; Eyes that shame the stars or night; Stalwart men, brave and heroic. Noble, daring, generous, free, As the current or thy rivers. Or the winds that sweep o'er thee. x. I have seen thee as the dreamer Sees a vision great and grand ; Seen thee ere the white man's footsteps Loft their Impress on the land ; Seen thy dusky warriors gather Round their council .fires 'to hear From scarred veteran heroic legends Of old chief? unknown to fear. .. Then no Dery uleam-horse snorted, - Screaming "cross the open plain, aicmg up me siumoenng lores...

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 July 1874

I MKS. A. J. DBSIWAT, Eiltor and Proprietor. UrFICI-Cor. front nnU Stark Street. I A Journal far the People. IJevoted tp tbp Interests of Humanity.. , Imlepcriaeritin' roUtloi'atra KcllgieW Mtvcto ' nil 'T.tre' limes, ami Thoroughly nadlon! In'Opposlns anil Krpo'jlSE the Wrong ot the Mats. TKKMS, IN" ADVANCE: One year Six H1(HUM Three raoBttau.. 1 110 FitKK SrnECir, Fbek Press, Fkee People. Corresponilents writtns over assumed signs- teres must make known their names lo tha EUItor.or no attention will be given to.thelr AJ) VBRTIRKJI EJflS Imrted on Reasonable Terms. YOLU3H3 ill. i 3?OXtTX.A.IST, OREGON, FKIDAY, .TXJJLY IT, 1874. INTTIVEBER, -I?-. communications. - r Miinri- v "i IT AMIE AND HENRY LEE; -OR . Tlie Sphere or the Snn. BT MR A. J. DCSHTAT. Bate4.emntliHC to Aet of ConTes, in the yesrlSM.lif MfK.A.J.Dsntmtj-.ta theofficoof I he Librarian or Coogr at Waslilngtop at j-. CHAITEtt VIIL The week3 passed on, and starvation starod the poverty-stricken orphans In the face. Henry ...

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 July 1874

FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1S74. THE "BULLETIN" SAGE ESSAYS TO BE THE OTTY SOLON. Tlio Bulletin of Wednesday treats the Citv Council to a Lugo installment of advice concerning the darling object of its editor's affection, the license ques tion. Indeed, lie somewhat oversteps the bounds of fatherly advice, to which lie evidently intended to conflne himself in the outset, and assumingadictatorial attitude, tells the newly-elected mem bers "to vote for a reduction of license or resign;" and insists that the older members shall be guided by his superior wisdom in the matter. "What, pray, is the use of a Mayor or Common Council when we have a Jimmy O'Meara? aud said Jimmy so anxious to legislate for us, too ? Aftera pathetic plea concerning the present ex tortionate rates of license, a doubtful conclusion as to its possible results, and the usual cry about heavy taxes to ac crue, ho proceeds to clinch tho matter by asserting that license ought to be as low here as in San Francisco. This col umn 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. — 17 July 1874

.-JULY 17, 1674. HOMEHEWS. The head of tlic comet is fast disap pearing from our line of vision. Mrs. Addie L. Ballou 13 in this city with apartments at the Occidental. The crusaders have decided to discon tinue their peculiar mode of street labor for a time. "Rev. Mr. Bradford will deliver a course of lectures at the Congregational Church, commencing Sunday eveniuc week. The Fanny Morgan Phelps troupe have been playing to small audiences at the Oro Fiuo Theater during the naBt week. The weekly temperance prayer meet ing will be held as usual on Friday evening at the M. E. Church by the La dies' Prayer League. A general invita tion is extended to the public Kser fises will begin at 7:30. The fire at McOraken's wharf on last Saturday bid fair at one time to be very destructive; but the prompt and elli cient eflorts of our gallant firemen soon placed a check upon it, and elite t mil ly prevented the .-prettd of the flames. The loss has been roughly estimated at $12- ooo. Persons desir...

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 July 1874

FRIDAY. .JULY 17, 1S74. nr mbs. j.ia c. k. noun. Var you wrongber.my friend; she's tfotflsklc; One can read the wb'ole maftcr.translatlng her heart bv the light of one's own. Can rou bear me to talk with you frankly? There 1 mach that my heart would say, ml vou know we were children together, have quarrelled and "made up" In play. And so. forthasakeofold friendshlp.I venture to tell you the truth. As plainly, perhaps, and as bluntly, ax I might in our earlier youth. Five summers ago, when you wooed her, you rtood on the selfsame plane. Face to face, heart to heart, never dreaming your sums cuuiu uc pancu again. She loved yon at that time entirely, In the bloom of her life's early Mav. And it is not her fault, I repeat It, that she docs not love you 10-uay. Nature never stands still, nor souls cither; they over so up or go down; And hers has been steadily soaring but how nas 11 uccn wun your own " She has struggled, and yearned, and aspired grown purer and wiser each year; The frtars...

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 July 1874

- t . A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity., US. A. J. Ui;IVAT, Editor Dad Proprietor. .IndependenUln-PolIUcs-and.Rcllglon. orriCE Cor. l'ront nnd T Stark .Streets. 4.1lv to all Llvo Issues, andf- Tliorougbly nadical In Opposing and Exposing tbe A rongs TEIUIS, IX ADVANCE: ot the Masses. On? year. Six months Three months. -3 00 - 1 75 - 1 00 Correspondents writing over assumed Islgna- ture3 must make known their names to tho ADVERTISEMBNTS Inserted on Reasonable I'OTiXlL.VJVD, OtKJEGO?S JTISIDW, JULY S-l, Edltor.or no attention will bo given to their communications. 1 ..hi si , ri , m--m m ?8.bi. si . a m mi mm m ir , ran - . m Fuee SrKEOii, Fr.BE rnrss, Fr.r.K People. . " ' - . AMIE AND HENRY LEE; OK The Spheres 'or the Sexes. B.Y MHS. A. J. DCSIWAT. Entered, according to Act ofCongress-ln the yearlSTL by Mns.A.J.Dnnlvay.!n tbeofflceof the Librarian of Cfengrereat Washington Clt-. C1IAITER IX. Henry Lee, by dint of hard study and iauufui attendance upon bi...

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 July 1874

i FRIDAY. WLY 24, 1S74. ANEW DOSE OF AH OLD NOSTEUM. Can any one be so blind as not lo see tbo unjust discrimination of tbc much vaunted ordinance, passod, it ia said, at tbe instance of tbe "Ladies' Temperance Alliance," forbidding and making It criminal for "disreputable Jemalcs" to engage in a business in which "disre putable males" are encouraged, pro tected and sustained? It would seem that it was not the (in these pious phi lanthropists deplored, nor yet the ef fects of the traffic which wrought them such annoyance. But this holy petition merely embodied the old idea, that men may be allowed to do with impunity what women suffer scorn, ignominy and social ostracism for doing. It would seem indeed time, that the enormity of the sin should be the same, regardless of the sex of the sinner. There can be no question whatever regarding the right of any one to do wrong. No one has a right to do that which brings sorrow or shame lo other?, but we here affirm, that an ordinance that wi...

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 July 1874

Fit ID AY -JULY 21, I&74 HOMEHEWS. C. B. Bayley-, of the Purjct Sound Courier, gave us a cull on Tuesday of this week. It is Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where Rev. A. R. Medbury is going not St Paul, Minnesota. O. S. riielis lias opened his office as Justice of the Pence and Notary Public on the comer of Clay and First streets! The Union Temperance Meetings in this city have been discontinued for the present. Kveniiig services were re sumed in the various churches on last Sabbath evening. Mr. "Wm. Kenst, agent for the Califor nia Chemical Paint Company Averil's patent may be found at Messrs. Horiro. Calef & Co.'s, distributing agents for urogon auu w nsinngton Territory. Arrangements have been made with nie w. a ji. i. 10 carry all persons wishing to attend the Spiritual Grove Meeting at (Jervais, on the 24th of this month, for half fare. Tickets good for Miss liiia Babin has been nn!f um. cessful in her application for position of teacher in the public schools, nlie hav ing been ...

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 July 1874

&lc ilea ilavfhjues FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1874. (For the New N orthwc&L ADVICE. "Let him aroo'ngyou who Is without sin be the tlrst to cast a none at her." ST. Joux, vlU :7. If ire hear a talc of scandal, Soiling, blackening seme lair name, Erejve JoJn:Sn,fleree denouncing 'Gainst somebody's hope and fame, fchould.we not look In our own hearts ? See If they are free from stain t For wc know not when falsa slander May stab us with hitter pain. Mortals never yet were spotless; Till they are, they should forgive All their brothers' faults more fully. In this life of care we live. Dithe. IT XEVKK PAIS. It never pays to fret and growl "When fortune seems our foe; The better bred will push ahead, And strike the braver blow; For luck Is work. And those who shirk Should not lament their doom, .But yield the pay. And clear the way. That better men have room. It never pays to foster pride. And squander wealth In show. For friends thus won are sure to run In time of want and woe. The nobles...

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. — 31 July 1874

I MBS. A. J. DBN1WAT, Editor snd Proprietor. A Jonrnal'for the People. lievlTolhTlnic'r'esfforiJumaillty 1 IndependcHVln 6IUralnaTflflsTon.IJ., 7 Alive-to nil Xlve. Issues, and Thoroughly Radical Inr Opposing and ExrnKhe Wrongs rriqiVCor. Front nnd Stark, Streets. t TERMS, IN ADVANCE: ot the Mosses. ,. .. O n year six inntk Three jnonlh -J3 00 1 75 -100 Fjibk Speech, Fi:ee Versa, F.RCi:-rEOPi.E. Correspondents wrltlnir over assumed slsna-; ture must make known Ihrtr namesTttr'th9 Editor, or no attention will befgtveniUo'itbeir communications. . 1 '8.,'r; ADVERTK3IENTSInurtedon Reasonable VOLIDIE III- FOTtTJL-AJXT), OREGON, JTBIDAY, OTJX.Y 31, 1874. INTTJ3IXJETt SO. AMTE AND HENRY LEE: .... OB Tin Sphere of tUe Sexe. T MRS. A. J. nrxiwxv. Entered, fteoerdhis; to Aet of ConeresK.tn the year 187J, by Mrs. A. J. Duntway, in the offlce of tue M Urartu n o( Congress at Washington CUy. CHATTER X. Melvln Haslingsstrodeou in the glow ing gas-light of the now deserted streets, anu out-ulstanc...

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. — 31 July 1874

FRIDAY. JULY 31, 1S74. "WILL LEOTURZ AT LAPAYETTE. "Wo were Just on the verge cither of advertising our editor-in-chief as lost in the winding labyrinths of Yamhill county, or writing a touching notice of her probable demise, far from borne and kindred, when the "Editorial Corre spondence," published elsewhere, came to band and prevented the startling an nouncement. Bo, Instead of being com pelled to soothe our lacerated sensibili ties, and draw tears from the eyes of our readers by inditing a tender obituary of the "dear departed," we will announce that Mrs. Duniway has not yet departed from Yamhill, but will by special invi tation of many prominent citizens, de liver a lecture in Lafayette on Monday evening, August 3d; subject, "Mar riage." Citizens of that pleasant vil lage and denizens of the surrounding country are cordially invited to attend, AH OUTBADE. The streak of Governmental economy which has recently turned some hund reds of women out of employment In Washington, has ex...

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. — 31 July 1874

PBIDAY JULY 31, IS74. HOHEHEWS. Madame Anna Bishop will be In this delighted. V dai,S Coucert-eera are The largest and strongest Large ever committed to Oreo,, water! was launched from the O. S. K. Co.'s shin yard on Saturday afternoon. 1 "mine host" of the Aurora Itestaurant corner of Front and Alder streets. Kates are low, and accommodations first-class. Two large live rattlesnakes have just been added lo the Museum. One has eight nndjthe other six rattles. Both are securely fastened in a glass box. iney are worth going to see. It is scarcely necessary to assure the public that Sprenger'a Boarding House oilers superior accommodations to those in quest of good meals and comfortable lodgings. The very name Is suggestive of good cheer. Comer Fourth :iud Sal- iuuu si reels. The efforts recentlv made for blowing up the old French brig Due de Lorges were finally successful, and the old hulic so long an aggravation to vessels land ing at 1- landers' whaf at low staces of U'!ltAI ...III 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. — 31 July 1874

FRIDAY- .-JULY 31, 1874. THE DAT IS DOSE. HV HEKKT TT. LONGFELLOW. Tbc day Is done, and the darkness . falls from, the wings or Night. As a feather Is wafted downward From an eagle In his tight. I sec the lights of the village Gleam through the rain and the mist. And r feeling of sadness comes o'er me That my soul cannot resist: A feel In; ol sadness and longing, Thai Is not akin to pain. And resembles sorrow only. As the mist resembles the rain. Come, read to me some poem, Some simple and heart-felt lsy. That Khali soothe this restless feeling. And banish the thoughts of day. Not from the grand old masters, Not rrom the bards sublime, Whose distant footsteps echo Through the corridors or Time, For, like strains ormartlal music. Their mighty thoughts suggest Lire's endless toll and endeavor; And to-night I long for rest. Rend from some humbler poet. Whoso songs gushed rrom his heart. As showers lrom the clouds or summer. Or tears from the eyelids start; Who, through long days of lab...

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. — 7 August 1874

RETAKE OF PRECEDING PAGE 2fje t?e?y tioxumtBi - y MRS. a. J. Dl'.MHMT. Editor and Proprlttor. OfFICU-ror. Jront nnd Hlnrk Streets. TBKMS, IX ADVANCE: One yattr- StiX IllOHtllR Three month.. AnVKRTISBlIBjrrSlBwrtodon Heasonabl Terms. Amit AND HENRY LEE on The Sphere or the Htxen. BV MR A. J. DTOIWAY. (Rntered, according to Ad of Coinrre i.. n. year 1S74, hy Mrs. A.J. Dunlwny, Jn the odleeof "e 1'1"rran Of cvrngrew at Washington Cit r. CIIA1TEU XI. "Mother, llmt girl's a perfect jewel !' snitl Alice, with enthusiasm, as the rnr. Hage ddbr closed with a hang-, and they aeuiwi ineniBelves upon the cushions ana went bowling lown tho street. "She's elegant enough lor a Queen's daughter, so far as outside appearance goes, but priile anil poverty don't go to- geuier comfortably," was the maternal response. "We've promised Melvin to look after tier, but I'm sure I can't iinasiue how we shall le able to do her any good," continued the mother in a vexed tone. ".She declined the position I offe...

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. — 7 August 1874

rtl FRIDAY. ...AUGUST 7, 1674. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE O.S.'W. S. A. The members of Iho ExecutRe Com mittee of tlie Oregon State "Woman Suf frage Association, are requested to meet at the residence of Hon. O. B. Gibson, in this city, on Friday, August 14th, at 5 o'clock r. M. The object of the meet ing being to perfect arrangements for the special session of the State Associa tion at Salem in September, it is par ticularly desirable that a full board be iu attendance. By order of the President, Portland, August 6, 1874. WORK POR TO-DAY. It must be apparent to the friends of the 'Woman Suffrage cause, that if we expect to receive material aid from the coming session of the Legislature, we must work, and work now. The "Woman Suflrage petitions which were prepared and sent to various portions of the State by direction of the State Asso ciation last spring, should now bo vigor ously circulated, and an array of signa- tures obtained that will compel the re spectful and careful consideration ...

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. — 7 August 1874

FRIDAY AUOUST 7, 1574. H0ME1IEWS. It only costs fifty cents to go to Asto ria just M)v. . The Annual Conference of the "M. E. Church ootiventw in this city on Vcdnca !uy the 12lh inst., liishop Merrill pre siding. A f-pecinl term of the Circuit Court will be convened in this city on the 14th of September, 1S7-I, by order of the Cir cuit Judge. The LadJos' Temperance Alliance held their .regnlur inonthy meeting in the basement of the Presbyterian on Tues day of this week. Eighty-three arrests were made in this city during the month of July. Of these, fifty-seven were arrested for being drunk and disorderly. Dradley, Marsh &. Co. ofler great bar gains in dry good. Call at their ettab lishniont, corner of First and Stark streets, and be convinced. Tlie Madam Anna Bishop concert troupe arrived in this city on Monday evening from the Sound. They have apartments at tlte St. Charles. The moonlight excursion to Vancou ver on Saturday night Inst was well patronized, and we learn that tho...

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. — 7 August 1874

FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, IS74. THE RIDE OF COLLINS CRAVES. AS INCIDENT OF THE FLOOD IS MASSACUUsETTS OS 31A1 10, I5i I. BY JOHN BOYLE O'KIELLY. No sons of a soldier riding down To tbe raging light Irom 'Winchester town; No son; of a time that shook the earth With the nations' throes at a nation's birth; Hut the song of a brave man, Tree Irom fear As Sheridan's self or Paul Itevere; Who risked what they risked, free from strife And lis promise of glorious pay his lire. The peaceful valley hns waked and stirred, And the answering echoes of life are heard; The dew still clings to the trees and grass, And the early tollers smiling nass. As they glance aside at the white-walled homes, vji uii iuc aiicj , uerc iiii-iruy comes The brook that sparkles in diamond rills As the sun comes over the Hampshire hills. What was it, that passed like an ominous urenin. Like a shiver of fear or a touch of death ? What was it? The valley is peaceful still, And the leaves are allrc on top or the hill. It was no...

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. — 14 August 1874

MIIS. A. J. Dl.MiTAT, Edlior and Proprietor. A Journal for the Fcoplc. Devoted to tho Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. . -Ulve to nil Llvo Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposinjand El posing- the Wrongs ori'ICC Cor. Front and Mark Streets. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: of the Masses. One year.. Six months. Three monlbg Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Kditnr.or no attention will be given to their communications. AnVEItTISRMKNTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLTJ3IE III. PORTLAND, OREGON, JPJtJJD ATST, -AJCJGrTJST 14, 1874. NTDIBER 52. 58 ion : 1 I Fnxs Spekcw, Fkek Press, Free People. AMI E AND HENRY LEE; on Tlie Sphere or the Sexeo. nv sins. a.j. ncmwAT. lEnierod, according to Aetof Concresji.ln the year 1871, by Sirs. A. J. Danlway, In the offlce of the Librarian of Oonjresa at Washington City. CHAPTER XIL Amic was up long before dawn on tbe morning following tbe qtiarrol with her brother. Arranging tbe preliminaries...

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. — 14 August 1874

FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 1874. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE O.S.W.S. A. The members of tbe Executive Com mittee of tbc Oregon State Woman Suf frage Association, aro requested to meet at tbe residence of Hon. O. B. Gibson, In tbls city, on Friday, August 14tb, at 5 o'clock r. sr. Tbe object of the meet ing being to perfect arrangements for tbc special session of tbe State Associa tion at Salem in September, it is par ticularly desirable that a full Board be in attendance. By order of the President. Portland, August C, 1874. CLOSE 01 VOLUME THIED. The present issue completes the third volume of the New Northwest. We therefore take this time and method of returning our sincere thanks to those of our friends who have thus' far accompanied us on our Journalistic career, for the substantial aid rendered by their subscriptions as, well as tbe sympathy and encouragement they have from time to time accorded, and without which our task would have been doubly hard, if not impossible. Anu now, menus, as we en...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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