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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 September 1874

Fltro.AY SEPTEMBER IS, 1S74. HOMEJEWS. Retail stores in this city are now closed at eight o'clock, except on Satur day evenings. The builtliugti 'Utrtially derilroyed by tl recent fire in this city are to be torn down ami h brick erected on the site. A tape worm 72S feet long was re moved from the stomach of a man in Uiis city, mi .Saturday the 12th inst., and may now be seen at the Museum. Jacob Mayer has ju&t returned from below with a full assortment of dry goods, millinery and fancy Roods, all of which he oilers at reasonable prices. Call and examine his stock. llr. H. Cook, the undertaker, met with an accident on Sunday evening, which resulted in the breaking of his right leg just above the ankle. Dr. Strong was summoned and the limb set. Til iMinfiil accident will be the means of confining Mr. Cook to his house for some time. Itev. Mr. Bradford's lecture to young persons, in the Congregational Church oh Sunday evening, was a complete, popular triumph. The Church was crowde...

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. — 18 September 1874

FKIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1874. SCHOOL "CALIKD." Don't vou hoar the children coming, Coming Into school ? Don't you hear the master drumming On tie window with his rule ? Master drumming, children coming Into school. Tip-toed fingers reach the catch, Tiny Angers click the latch ; Curly-beaded girls throng In Llly-lree from toll and Bin. Breezy bom bolt In together. Bringing brenths of winter weather; Bringing baskets Indian-checked, Dinners In them sadly wrecked. Ruddy-iranded, mittens off. Soldiers rush from Malakoff Built of snow and marble white. Bastions shining In the light. Marked with many a dint and dot Of the Ice-cold cannon shot ! Hear the last assaulting shout ! Sec the gunners rally out Chance upon the battered door School Is called, and battle o'er ! In a Hurry. BT MISS MARY E. COil STOCK. Hurry is the baue of American house hold:). Home-makers fail in their voca tion because this element of hurry so pervades their lives. Little children nni the hovs and cirls snriucinir in...

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. — 25 September 1874

1 Jilts. A. J- Dl.MWAV, Editor and 1'roprlctbr. OITIOK-for. I'mut nuU Stnrk Streets. : , TKRMK, IX ADVANCE: Oiicyflor i m SfeiH S 1 00 ADVKarnSEMKNTS Inserted on Reasonable mWi. AMIE AND HENRY LEE; : -,K- Tlie Spheres or Hie Kexew. KV MS. .1. J. 1HTNIWAY. Holered , acconii n l Act of Ooncws.ln the yer M, by Mr. A. J. Duulway, in tie onice of mm laorlutan orconfciemi at Washington City. OIIAFTBR XVIII. "The health of Mrs. Hastings declined so mpwiy, that It was considered best to hurry up the approaching nuptials of her daughter May and Mr. Robert Green. "How I should love to bo near my mother on May's wedding day," said Alice to Amie. "Well, why don't you jo?" "I Lave no Invitation, being 'only a milliner,' you know. If I could only feel that my mother could bear the joy and grief and mortification that would necessarily follow the discovery, I'd go to her to-dny and reveal my identity." "I'd risk it," said Amie, with a decided toss of her queenly head. "My more than sister, you kno...

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. — 25 September 1874

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1S74. AXXUAI. MEETLXO AMKIHCAX W.S. A. The American Woman Sairrnee Association will hold Its sixth Annual Meeting for the elec tion of officers and the transaction or business, In Detroit, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 13 and H.at the Opera House, commencing at 10 A. sr. Iteports of auxiliary State Societies dur ing the past year trill be rendered. Thofoliowincauxillary State Societies should lie represented by their accredited delegates. viz : Maine, Xew Hampshire, Vermont, Mass achusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jer sey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Vlrclnla. South Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Iowa, Kansas, California, Oregon. Auxiliary Societies thonld take care to secure representation by their lull quota or delegates, corresponding In number to the Congressional delegations of their respective States; and in every State where no such Societies cikt.nii friends or "Woman Suffrage who concur in the objects and methods or tho American...

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. — 25 September 1874

FHIDA'V SEPTEMBER So, 1S74. HOMEJEWS. Since the Beaver was so Lailly damaged by tiiecoUisioti,the Willamette Ohier lias taken her place ou the Astoria Portland line. Mrs. Phelps and hersplendid Dramatic Company have arri veil from the Sound, and will re-open the theater to-night. "Cigarette, theliltloLeopord of France." will be the opening piece, with Amy Ptone in the title role. ('apt. John (".' Kingsleyof the steamer Calliope, and for many years a resident of this city, died very suddenly on ilinredxy last, while his boat was lying at what is known as the Nicholas Laud ing, on the Columbia. He was to nit appearance as well as usual, and was aismig in laKiug on ireignt at the ponu mentioned, wiien he suddenly fell forward ami expired without a word. His remains were brought to this city juiiutinmui,). nr. tvaiKins, alter a careful examination of the body, gavo it as his opinion that death was caused by aneurism of one of the principle "i" viraw-is ui uieeiiesf. UEWSJTEMS. STATE ASD...

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. — 25 September 1874

r FRIDAY SEPTEMBEK 25, 1874. LOVK, DKIXK i' EBT- Son or mine, the to'?2J?5, J?" Spreads a thousand secret snares TVmnit he feet ofevery mortal jriwno throiU life', lone highway fares. reVpfaI, " me -warn you, Are bv every traveler met: Three to try your heart of virtue CThey are Love, Dbisk, and UEirr. Love, my boy, there's no escaping; Tis the common fate of men; Father bad It; I have had II; Hat lor Love you had not been. Take your chances, but be cautious Know a squab Is not a dove; Be the upright man of honor; All deceit doth murder Love. As for drink, avoid It wholly; Like an adder It trill sting; Crash the earliest temptation: Handle not the dangerous thing. See the wrecks of men around us Onee as fair and pure as you Mark the warning! Shun the pathway And the bell they're tottering through. Yet though Love be pure and gentle, And trom Drink you may be free. Vrlth a yearning heart I warn you 'Gainst the worst of all the three. .Many a demon in his Journey 'Banyan's Christian P...

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. — 2 October 1874

A Journal Tor the People. IJevotcd to the Interests of Humanity.. Independent 1 n-Pplitlcs and Ttellgldo; ' " Alive to nil- Live 'Issues; and Thoroughly rtadicalln Opposing and Jlxposlnir thoAVronga ol tUe Masses.' - i :; 1 ' !-M ' j - r K Correspondents writing overusnmsd signa One Tear. Six months. Three month.... tures must make known .tholr. names. !o,th Editor, dr Ho attention wfll be given to thfllr ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable 3?OTtTIVlVI, OREGON, JTRIDA-Y, OCTOBER T, 1874. commnutMitton'!:. Tnirs, in advance: ' " 's ' " " ' I v ' I .. W 1 B M I 1 w I Fbkk Spxr.cn, Fbke Tntis, Fkek Pmnn AM!E AND HENRY LEE; OK The .Sphere oT lite Sexea. ( t . (. A. J. 1UMWAT. fRnlnsl. aeeonUnc to Act of Conrress.ln the 1 ywifiSt'!, by A. J. Danlwny, In tlfi office of tHe-UtofM-teH of Oonjtrew at Washington City. CHAITBn XIX. Bertram 0ToodIe3 suddenly shocked ' the proprieties of Portsmouth' ton by r uniting himself In marralge with a no torieHs courtesan, with whom lie had long been a...

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. — 2 October 1874

FRIDAY OCTOBEB 2, IS74. THE I00AL OPTION AND CIVIL DAMAGE BILL. The bill to provide for the evils result ingfrom thesaleof iutoxicatiug liquors, introduced in the House by Mr. Reed, of Marion, from thn Committeeon Temper ance, was read the second time on Tues day, and referred to a Committee of the "Whole, and made the special order for Friday afternoon. The bill provides for Local Option, in that every person who wishes to sell intoxicating liquors, shall first obtain the actual signatures of a majority of the legal voters in the pre cinct in which he may wish to sell, praying that the said license may be granted, or if it be a city or a town di vided into wards, then by the signa tures of a majority of the whole nutu her of legal voters iu the city, town or ward In which the applicant may wish to sell, praying that such license may be granted; and ho shall give fifteen Hays notice of his inteution to apply for such license. It is further provided that liquor shall not be sold on S...

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. — 2 October 1874

Sew $ii)m$i FRIDAY OCTOBER "5, HOMEJTEWS. The Im1U' Prayer league held an open meeting at the Plaza hi this Citv on Sunday afternoon. 3 For a rikxI square meal, and all of Its attendant luxuries, call upon mine host of the Aurora Restaurant Call at the White House, No. 87 First street, and examine the splendid fall stock of drew Roods, fancy goods and millinery tliere displayed. Bradley, Marsh A Co. continue to ex cite the wonder and admiration of f hole numerous natrons, by the very moderate !.-; jiu n uii-n itiey uisroe 01 tlieir ex tensive variety of goods. Tf you wish to be convinced of the ca pabilities of a first-class sewing ma chine, call at the agency, southwest cor ner of Morrison aud Third streets, and witness the working of an Improved -a.fuic oiiumt; IJlHttUIIlC. Hie elllcieilt mansfroinenf. nf Mmtmnn Phoins, is one of tho most lirilli niif n nil satisfactory that has ever entertained a .t-oritauu audience. The second game of the series between the Arcadians of this nit...

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. — 2 October 1874

FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1S74. Is a fi "THE PAIIT orn. There's something In the "parting hour" Will chill Uio warmest heart Tct kindred, comrades, lovers, friends, Are rateo an t uttblsI'eioen and many.apang ii-o nmard it on rur mind 'J tie One WHO KW l MU)ric:. Than thoc lie loaves behind. No matter what the Journey be,. Adventurous, dangerous, far. The wild deep, or bleak frontier, To solitude or war y' StlH something cheers the heart that dares In all ot human kind. And they who go arc happier Than those they leave behind. . The bride goes to the bsidegroom's home ' With doublings and wlih tear. But does not Hope her rainbow spread Across her cloudy fears ? Alas! the mother who remains, What comfort can she And ? But this the gone is happier Than one she leaves behind !" . nave you a friend a comrade dear T And old and valued friend? Be sure your term of sweet concourse At length will have nn end ! And when you part as part you will Q.lakc it not unkind "f n If be who goes Is happier Th...

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. — 9 October 1874

id MBS. A. J. Dl'.NWAT. Editor nnd Proprietor. lOHFICE Cor. Front and Htnrk Streets. A-Journal for tbe People. lie voted to thoJnterests of Humanity. Independent In Folltics and Religion. Alive fq all live-Issues, and Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and Exposing the "Wrongs TKRMS, IX ADVAXCK: of tbe Masses. Oft year SrAx. months Tiir&e nwvnths -PttO . 1 -1W Fbkk Spkecii, Fr.rx Tress, Fkke People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must mnke known their namos to the EdlioT.or no attention will be given to their .-ADVErtnsRMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLXI5IE IV. PORTLAND , OREGON, OCTOBER 1, 1874. communications AMI E AND HENRY LEE; OK o Tlio Spheres of the Sexes. BY MKS. A. J. WTNIWAT. f Hatewrf, Moonling to Act of Congress. In tha 3wc 1571, by Mns. A. J. Duntway, in the oflleeof tUf Ubrarfau of Oongrewi at YTa.liluglon City. CHAITKU XX. John Ainslee sought an early inter view with Henry Lee, whom ho found very busy with editorial work in the office of the livery Mo...

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. — 9 October 1874

1 FRIDAY OCTOBEK 0. 1874. AXXOUXCEJIE-VT. Those subscriber. In!ein and vicinity who are in arrears for the W Northwest are re spectfully requeued to call at the residence of Mrs. A- B. Meacham and settle the samo by the ISth last., as I am very busy and not well, and theretore unable to call at their housos. I cxpeet to leave the city by the lGth lust. y A. J. DCNIWAV. Salem, OetoberS, 137. 2H) PAPER NEXT WEEK. The editors and compositors of the New Northwest, in conformity with their usual custom, intend to join the multitude of sight-seers and pleasure hunters, in their annual visit to the State Fair next week. Consequently there will be no paper issued from this office. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IK THE OREGON LEGISLATURE. On Tuesday evening, October Ctb, 1S74, tho lower branch of tho Oregon Legislature resolved itself into a Com mittee) of the Whole to consider a bill, the brief and concise wording of which was as follows: "JVb person shall be pre cluded from thcright to vole in this State ...

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. — 9 October 1874

F ItTD A Y. bcTOBEK 0, 187L H0ME1JEWS. Rumor lis it that another evening paper win soon make its appearance iu this city. J. IColin. Xo. 81 First street. hn nn hand an extensive and elegant stock of owning, nan at 1113 establishment and make yourself presentable before going Tlie Ladies' Prayer League again held out-door exercises on Sunday afternoon on the corner of First and SinrL- tin...' It Is proposed to continue the same for urc present at least. ine uress-maKing establishment of .airs. w. a. aiiace, on Stark streot. W tween First aud Second, is the place for inuies in chii who wish ineir uresses ele gantly uucu ana insuionabIy made. John A. Beck holds himself in reaill- nose to give eyes to the blind and time keepers to all who require them, at his -watchmaker and jeweler's establish ment, in the .Music Store of A.S.Smith co., life 1" irat street. .Rev. Dr. May delievercd a lecture at me bynagogue iu tins city ou Sunday evening, iu answer to one delivered by Dr. JJiidsley 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. — 9 October 1874

She Ifotttoesi FRIDAY OCTOBER 9, 1S7J. DKEAMIA.M) OBATES. jjy r. e. r. Dreamland lies close to every onl ; ?IU ?oor will open at lightest words. And thoughts lly In and out like birds. And bnlW their nests on every knoll. Each flying thought will rear It brood ; Each dreamy hope will build Its nost. And cover with lu plumy breast Sweet sincere who our sight elude. But, oh, tho craves In dreamland found The burled plans, the hopes so chilled; The sealed-up tombs with lond lores ailed: The turf heaped up on greenest mound ! Borne dream-graves shine with soft sward origin; True love still watches o'er its dead; Spring roses blossom at the head. And rainbow sunsets drop them light. Some dig their graves andnmnil nr.,! ,.1,111 From youth's dear dreams turn with a sneer 1 ou never from them know how dear n ere me son nopes mat time uottl kill. There tender mourners wander lone, Aud grieve for what they never had : There glide the ghosts of heroes glad: There noiseless chants the poet's so...

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. — 23 October 1874

' MBS. A. J. Bl'.MH'AV, Etor and Proprietor. OFFICE Cor. Front and SUrk Streets. TEHMS, IN ADVANCE: A Journal for tho Teople. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Uive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs of the Masses. On yoar Six months Tliree months. .$3 00 175 -1 Fuse Speech, Free Tkess, Fkee PEorte. Correspondents writing over assumedslgna tures must make known their names to the Editor.or no attention will be given tothelr communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME rv. POKTLAKD, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1874. mnrBER o. AMI AND HENRY LEE; OB - " Tlio Spherc-s or the Hexes. BY MBS. A. J. DD2CIWAY. Entered, aeeoffttng to Act of Oongress.ln the year g4, by Mrs. A. J. Dam way, 1 n th e office of wie Librarian of Conre at Washington City. CHAPTER XX. Robert Grceu, Esq., the wealthy and enterprisingepeculatorin real estate, who was amply able to 11 vesutnptuousl v unon his private Income...

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. — 23 October 1874

FRIDAY OCTOBER 23, 1674. AOTICE. Agents will p!case lake notice that It Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they Trill confer a great ravor br remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. AN HOUE WITH THE LAW-HAKEES. After witnessing for three days of last week, tbe dust, display and commotion upon the Fair Grounds, we were con scious of a desire for a change of pro gramme. Accordingly, in company with a friend who was actuated by a like wish, and who never misses an op portunity to realize and enjoy an ad venture, wo took passage in a hack bound for the Capitol, giving orders to he driven to the Legislative Chambers, Arriving in due time at the place des ignated, we alighted, and proceeded to mount the stairs, which frequent ad- journments have rendered familiar to the feet of our august law-makers, and after a moment's hesitancy as to which branch of the honorable body there as sembled should be the recipient of our visit, we turned to...

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. — 23 October 1874

0 FRIDAY OCTOBER 23, 1S74. H0MENEWS. The first lecture In theMuscum course will take place on Tuesday, the 27th inst. Theriiolps troupe have returned from Salem and are again delighting theater goers of this city. One hundred and twenty-eight mar riage licences have been issued in Mult nomah county so far this year. J. C. Meussdorfler, corner of Front and Morribon streets, keeps on hand the finest assortment of hats and caps in the city. Cu.ll upotphim and be headed. E. St. Clair, somewhat notorious on the police records, wa3 sentenced by the Circuit Court, on his own plea of guilty, to one year in the penitentiary, and was taken to Salem last Saturday. Prof. Rice, the man who is fifdwl wlfli the power of iniud reading, is exciting the womler of the numerous visitors at the Museum this week. Go and witness ins performances and solve the my&tery if you can. The "Granger Chum" advertised else where is rapidly working Its way Into public favor. The enterprising proprie- tur uuf exu...

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. — 23 October 1874

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1874. For the New Northwest. THE VILLAGE CIICBCIITABD. How calmly they sleep In the silent crave, By the sparkling stream and. Its glided wave, The shining sand and the glittering stone; Hear the sons of the streamlet rippling on. Youth and beauty, and age and care. Hare lain them down In chambers there; And the opening bud and spreading flower Bloom sldo by aide a fragrant bower. But4rhat to them is the angry roar. When the chill winds lath the pebbly shore T Or the song-bird's note in the checkered shade, Where they sleep on in their dust-home laid Bleep on, sleep on, In your lowly graves, Beside the stream with the sliver waves, For the tempest and winds shall a requiem be or those who rest In Eternity. John A. Wosi4.ce. IX SILK ATTIRE BT FLORENCE PEItCT. These are my lady's parlors These dim delightful rooms. Gorgeous with well-bred splendors And sort, artistic glooms, warm with harmonious colors. And pleasant with faint perfumes. The curtains are marvels of ...

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. — 30 October 1874

MIS. A. 4. DUMWAT, Editor nod Proprietor. OFriCE-Cor.Tront and Stark Streets. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One year. Six months "" Thrae mnniln . , " . " 3 00 .. 1 TS .1(0 F.iek Speech, Frfj: Pnrss, Kkkk Peoit.k. TermEImSEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VCML.TJME IT. FOTtTDLA-lNnD, OKEGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 187-1. NTnVTBiaXfc lO. AM.l.E AND HENRY LEE; OB .Tlie Sphere of the Snn. BT MRS. A. J. DCS1WAY. Entered, according to Act of CoiiCTess.ln the year 1871, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlwny, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER XXII. Henry l.ee felt that a very irksome and yet very Important duty was await ing Its fulfillment. How could he nerve himself to visit his sister In prison and make proper atonement for his cruel and long-harbored suspicions? But his sense of honor would not long permit him to postpone the ordeal. Had he not most grievously wrouge&iila peerless sister, and was it not high time that restitu tion should, at least, attempt to follow repentance ?...

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. — 30 October 1874

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1874. XOTICE. Agents will please take notice that it is a rn-at tax unoa us to par express charge upon gmall sums, and they will confer a great favor br remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. WOBK DOHE AUD TJHDONE BY THE LATE LEQISLATDEE. The members of the eighth biennial session of the Oregon Legislature have departed for their homes, and their work, good, bad and indifferent, has rassed into history. Justice to them and to our readers would seem to de raand that we now review the work completed and attempted, while in jus tice to ourself we shall make such com ments as we think proper. The majority of the members of the last Assembly were elected upon a so- called "reform ticket," and were from the first designated as the "Reform Legisla ture." If much bagglingnml wrangling over needed appropriations to carry on public enterprises entitles them to this distinction, wc admit the cognomen as well chosen. When, however, we con sider for a mom...

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