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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 October 1874

m. FRIDAY OCTOBER 30, 1674. HOHEKEWS. Those who desire an elegant and sub stantial article ill tlif linnr. nr 1 shouldLpatrouizo the establishment of C. M.TVlberg, mpposite tiie St. Charles noiei. Johnson & Qulnn have opened a first class merchant tailoring establishment on Stark street, between First and Sec ond, where they engage to suit customers with suite suited to the fashions and hard times. ('all upon Zeke, No. 120 First street, and order a dish of those Eastern oysters served in any style that you pre fer. Private rooms adjoining the estab lishment, wlinre parties may be supplied at any hour, day or night. On this aud to-morrow evenlntra P.nri Bosco will fuvor the public with another -seance." free auvertisement and larce bins, i Here is no humbug in what i an promises, uo and patronize him and get twice your money's worth. A Chinaman fell of! a hand car as It was passing over Fourth street lirlilim on Monday, and the wheels passing over ins wnsi ecvereu u completely Ir...

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. — 30 October 1874

FRIDAY. OCTOBER GO, 1874. SOME DAT. BT ALLIE WELLINGTON. Tliere will be a hush In a darkened room, Where, heeding not the stilly gloom, Alpallld form will lowly lie f ... V eath the folds of the snowy drapery? rale hands clasped o'er a pulseless breast, Oold white lips in silence pressed, Eyes that have closed In sleep for ayo; -Th'ere'will be footsteps muffled tread, And voices whisper, "She Is dead !" borne day. Olhers' tears and others woes Shall not disturb my deep repose; Perhaps some loving hand may press And (wine the myrtle roses ralr. To deck my rest as I slumber there; liut naught to me will that pressure be. Or beauty or fragrance or rarest Mowers, The light or shadow ol passing hours. Home day. I shall not heed as they bear me on. With solemn tread, to the churchyard lone. Or hear the tone of the deep-toned bell, -Breaking with mournful ebb and swell; As they lower me down I shall grieve nor fear; Tho requiem strain I shall not hear, Orcvcn the shock of the yellow clav. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 November 1874

t mm 1 W. A. J. DISIWAT. Editor and Proprietor. OrriCE-Cor. Front aud Stark Streets. A Journal lor the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. . Independent In Politics and Religion., MIto to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radlealjn gppoIng and ExposlngJLhe.JV'rongs ot the Masses. , TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One Tfnr:. ''IM - Sir months " ' Three montin " -S3 CO - 1.-5 .in Fkkk Speech, Free Press, FrjrE People. Correspondents writing" over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Edltor.or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVEUTISBMBNTS Inserted on 'Keasonable voiLxjarE rv. PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER O, 187-1. NXJaXBEIt 11. AM! E AND HENRY LEE; OR The Sphere or the Sexes. BY MIIS. A. J. IICNTWAT. Entered, according to Act of Conirrcss.in the "pSW- by Mrs. A. J. Dnn wgy a the office of . .tutvjiiwanan-oi uoneress at Washington City. CHAITBIt XXIII. The' astute pbysiclan comprehended the situation at u glance. "There is little more need of my m...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 November 1874

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1874. XOTICE. Agents will p!easc toko notice that it Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. CAPITAL PJJKISHHEHT. Among the laws upon our statute books that still, notwithstanding tho frequent manipulations of wisdom, re main as a heritage to us from the dark ages, is the one based upon the old re vengeful theory of "a life for a life." True, the abrogation of this law has been sought for years, by some of earth's best and noblest, yet with a tenacity born of that which is the most degrad ing to humanity, it still remains a dls grace to an enlightened people, and yearly sends to their final account many who, were life spared and opportunity given, would be a benefit to themselves, and perhaps to tho world. The very fact that in numerous In stances persons who have given their lives to satisfy tho vengeance of this barbaric law, have afterward b...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 November 1874

FRIDAY.... .NOVEMBER C, 1874. HOME HEWS. No more corns, bunions, ami slow m g ,wu,"l3, burns or bruises. Wallace's Excelsior Salve" is the remedy. cilspose-Bf, can find sale for the same at w.c juhk store, corner or Oak aud Front streets. Bradlev. March tonish llieir numerous customers by the variety, quality, and low prices of their cii;usin!6UH!i oi. mercuandlse. It is said that a large and com modi ous Hotel is soon to be erected in this city on me Kite or tuo Cosmopolitan. It Is to be a Uriel; btructure aud elecantly finished. Rov. Neil Johnson, one of Oregon's venerable pioneer ministers, will occupy uie puipit or the First Presbyterian v-uurcu in una city, on next Sunday morning. Call upon C. E. DuBoIse, the enter prising rurner oil First street, and he will fit you out in a set of furs that will enable you to laugh at the prediction of a kuiu winter. mere are now in attendance at the public schools of Portland over 1,200 jiuims. 11 costs tne city giooo per uiuum io run -no pu...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 November 1874

f FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1874. Concluded from first page. of oar people when tho man of Intelli gence and education and brawn will not brook to be driven away with his wife and children Into the outskirts of the wild forest, there to rear himself ahome away from the advantages of clvlllza Hon, when down In the valley are thousands and tens of thousands of acres of nntllled virgin soil upon which swine are roaming In freedom. Every public school that raises its walls toward high heaven; every child that learns its A B Cat the expense of tho vast multitude of tax-payors; every intellect that ex' pands under the beneficent influence of our free institutions, is building up : bulwark of defense against the encroach menta of landed monopolists. And these will in time rise up against all those whose aim is to accumulate broad acres, which they cannot take with them when they die, but -which, after they are dead, are held by them, according to our statutes, forever. The landed domain is the fo...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 November 1874

west HRS. A. J. DllJilWAY, Editor lad rroprlttor. OFFICE-Cor. Front nnd Ntnrk Slrffln. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: . A Journal for the People. II Devoted to the-Interests orHnmanltyr" Independent tn Politics and Religion. Alive to nil Live Issues,, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and ExposIng'tnoxWrong oi the Mnsne9. " ' 2"w' One year.... Six montlis... Three months.. 3 00 -175 I W Vrze Speech, Fiiek Press, Free People. Correspondents writing overasnumedglena tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME IV- POTtTIVINTD, OREGON, FBIDAY, jVOVEMBEE 13, 1874. AMIE AND HENRY LEE; OR The Spheres or the Hcim. by .Mas. A. J. DU2IIWAT. Entered, according to Act ofCougrens.ln the year 1871, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlvray, In the o Dice of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER XXIV. Everything agreeable must come to an end ; a story that "ends well," prov Ing no exception to the never endi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 November 1874

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1874. XOTICE. AccnU -will please lake notice that It Is n groat tax upon unto pay express eharces upon small sums, and they 7111 confer a great favor by remlttlnc to us through money orders or registered letters. WHEN WILL BEPUBLIOAHS LEABN T7I8D0M? The recent election returns, which give the Democrats a majority In tho Federal Legislature, is the hand-writing upon the Republican wall that says plainly, MENE, MENE,TEKEL,rPHARSIN, Two years ago last May, when the making of a new Presidential adminis tration was upon the National tapis, At f 1 f a m ... me nepuoucan party louua itself as sorely pressed as now. Its fortunes were on the wane. Tho Greeley upris ing bad-inoculated the multitudes, and political defeat grinned ghastly smiles in tho face of the party in power. Then, In its sore extremity, this party yielded a very little to the demands of the dis franchised multitudes, giving them a splinter to grasp, from which they were led to hope they might be able 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. — 13 November 1874

"7 -NOVEMBER 13, 1874. HOMEHEWS. Thanksgiving Eve and evening will v.vuiaicu a uuu in 11118 CllJ . ine city jail lias been thoroughly V"" uiB-iioor given a coat of oil. during the week. Of course the ladies cannot withstand uio poetical invitation of Rodgers, T. See advertisement. A nondescript compound, neither mud nor water, yet resembling each, flows irumour uyuratus just now. Chaplain Van Horn will deliver his promised lecture at Museum Hall on the evening or Tuesday, the 17th Inst Rev. T. L. Eliot has return! fo his home and pastorate in this city, after an jufcwce oi some weess in tlio iiast. Those wishing employment should not fuil to cull at the Employment Agency of J. R. Witherell, No. SO Front sireec Our streets are at present In a filthy and disgusting plight. Sidewalks are in many places in need of repairs, and uiussiugs are oumenueu uy muu auu water. Mrs. R. B. Clawson, of Indiana, a member of the Society of Friends, de livered an interesting discourse in the myior stre...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 November 1874

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1874. For the New Northwcst.1 AS OLD 8T0BT. BT DORA TISCEST. He came when violets and roses were In bloom, Erst I had known him and admired; And happy greeting gave when ho returned. Bat knew not of his errand nntll when, On taking leave, he said In tones subdued "With tenderness, "O, do not love another, But wait for me." My heart stood still with Joy Such Joy as woman knows but once In life; Then, after Interchange of words, to us Of earnest meaning rail, but meaningless To others, I pointed to a bank of violets: "Forget roc not," I murmured ; and then he looked So glad and grave withal, and took my hand In his, and told me o'er and o'er that I Was all to him. And with his words still In My ear, I walked my dally path not doubting Onco his truth. But when the weeks grew Into Monm, and still no tidings came, my heart From fondness turned to coldness and dis trust. What wonder I grew cold and cynical and hard And when he came at close of fifteen months, I would ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 November 1874

1- HBS. A. J. DIXIWAI. Eflltor and Proprietor. 1 OFFICE-Cor. Front and Stark Streets.' ' "TTJournarfor the Feopte. Devoted to the interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics und Religion. Wive to all Live Issues, arid" Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposes JVTongs of the Masses. h-- !""- V 5.0" TT ' zieuz Correspondents- TtTltlnr over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attenUon will beiglven to their communications. . t- !l -TERMS, FN ATlVAfctE : One year Six months Three month... 175 .. i eo Fbeb Speech, Free Press, Free People. ADVEnTISKMENTSInsmedon Reasonable VOLUJIE IT. P ORTIiAKD , OREGON, 3TRIJA.Y, IV O ATEMB E K JO, 187-1. 3STnX131DIt 13. icnus. ' THE HAPPY HOME; on Tlie Husband Triumph. B Mrs. A. J. DCNIWAY, AUTIIOK GF Jl'DITII BHD," "EIAEN TWVril," AMIE AND HlWnr l.'EE'ETC.XTt lEiiterpJ, according to Act of Concresg.ln the year lS74;by Mrs. A. J.Danlwnj-, In theofflceof tho Librarian of Congress at "Washington City. CHAPTER I. A. q...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 November 1874

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1874. NOTICE. Agents will please taxe notice that It Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor tir remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. PBEPAEATIOH 'rOE'THETLw." 0OB"A'GAIN-,,WHAT IS THE MAT- TER ?" PBESEHT, BETR08PE0TIVE, AST) PE0SPE0TIYE. The recent overwhelming defeat that the Republican party has Buffered throughout the Nation, has given rise to comments grave, gay, gentle or severe, according to the mood or politics ofthej person thus commenting. Chanticleers have been rescued from the dust and debris of Buchanan's ad ministration, and seemingly brightened by their Rip Van "Winkle nap, perch as saucily as in years that are gone, at the mast head of Democratic newspapers, while below them, conspicuous in huge type and double exclamation points, stand significant figures that tell the vast proportions of the majorities thus lustily "crowed over." The ruddy and complacent visage's 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. — 20 November 1874

J sac)?:. . sac i FRnAY.r....XOVEMBElt 520, 1S74. HOMEHEWS. The Skating Rink was rc-opened in this city on last Saturday evening. The - ?J"!rc.i?.0 here afforded to henlthrul, ex For a juicy steak, a savory mess of leuusagt:, iir anymiug in mat line, call upon Wm. Hawkins, of tho "People's Market," on Yamhill, between First and Second streets. The DOW tlipatrfll Minn imiTai. tlin managetncnt of Mrs. Phelps Is meeting wiiu a success as great as me one which fireceded it. Pleasure-seekers ore We ighted alike with the plays and the players. The attention of those wishing to pur chase a first-class musical instrument is called to the nclvertisemoiir. nf A Smtlh & Co., the obliging and enter- ? rising agents lor me Ariou riatio ana Jstey Organ. Persons residing in the suburbs of the cuyjnave recently ueen much aunoyed by petty thieves. Clothes-lines have been stripped of the -weekly wash and - chicken-roosts left desolate, and the thieves are still uucaught. The rough usage experienc...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 November 1874

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1874. A. W0MA.VS COXCLCSIOXS. "X said, If I might go back again To the very hour and place of say birth; Might have my life whatever! chose. And lire It la an y part ot the earth ; "Pat perfect sunshine into my ky. Banish the Borrow oi shadow and doubt : Have all my happiness multiplied. And all ray suCering stricken out; "MI could have known, In the years now cone. The best that a woman comas to know; Could have had whatever will make her blest. Or whatever Ehe thinks will make her so; "Have found the highest and purest bliss That the bridal wreath and ring enclose; And gained the one out ol all the world That my heart as well as my reason chose; "And If this had been, and I stood to-night Br my children, lying asleep In their beds. And could count in my prayers, for a rosary. The shining row of their golden heads; "Yea! I said. If a miracle such nx 1M Could be wrought for me at my bidding, still And to let my future come as It will I "I would not make the nmh ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 November 1874

J. DB.MWAT, Editor and Proprietor.-; OFMCE-Cor. Front nnd Mark Streets, TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One Vfiar SIX moMMlSaM! Three nvanflSZ. -13 00 1 60" ERTISKMEXTS Inserted on Reasonable THE HAPPY HOME; ' on 'iluvhnnil'a Trlninpli. ' Tlie Bv Mbs. A. J. DUXm-AY. Avrnea op "jvihtii nniD," "ellks dowd," -AA5UK ASB 1IKNEY X.EE," ETC, ETC. Batarnl, according to Actor Con, m ih rear-lgririijlrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office of i ne Librarian of Congress at 'Watlilngton City. ciiArTKn il Tho landscape that lay in smiling beauty back of Stonehengc farm bad been terraced upon a grand scale by the receding waters of long dead eras; and the successive benches of sand and loam and gravel that marked these different eras were now beautifully adorned with stuntejdyiiiies;- - t Great colonnades of gray basalt, upon which lazy Indians basked iu the autumn sunshine, but which were unin habited .during thestill moonlight hours, except by owls and bats, reared their wierd, gigautic fronts over the steepest bl...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 November 1874

FRIDAY...:. NOVEMBER 27, 1874. S'OTICE. Agents will p!c'ae"takc notice that It Is a mat tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor br remitting to u through money orders or registered letters. THANKSGIVIHG. The President of the United States, as Oregon, after a recital of the numerous blessings which have in the past year been vouchsafed to us, have proclaimed that it becomes us as a people, publicly to acknowledge our obligations there for to the Great Giver of all good, and have set apart Thursday, tbe 2Gtb day of the present month, as a suitable time to make such acknowledgements. In ac cordance with long-estabiisbed custom, many of the good and loyal citizens of this commonwealth will on that day re frain from their usual business avoca tions, forsake for awhile the " marts of gain," thronged by eager feet on cus tomary week days, and in response to the summons of the church bells, bend their steps toward the "shrines of prayer," throw...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 November 1874

1874. HOMEJIEWS. The heavy ralus interfered somewhat 5ahl'lr'e- Preaching-on last Sab- The Union Monday Praver Meetings limdldfirlrtRStlie pastMveek in tho rooms of t!,0.Y- M ('- A-i ,lavc bfn well at tended. Tho lecture of Col. Joo Meek, deliv ered in Museum Hall last Thursday eveninsvyns well attended and gave general satisfaction. Those wishing to be served with fish that will delight the palate of an epicure should leave their orders with Zeko & Co., No. 120 First street. Persons wishing anything in the way of.SiflA'es or tinware should should not fail tb bal! upon Henry P. Hicks, corner 1 Irst and Salmon streets. Rev. Mr. Eliot entertained his congre gatlbnhh'jSundav eveninir with a most interetinff,dlscotirse upon the "City of .ijuaiuu mm us uaraciensiics." A meeting, conducted by Rev. Mr. Lliattm, assisted by the members of tne Prayer league, was held on the wharf on Sunday morning for the bene fit of the sailors. The splendid array of goods at the "White House furnishes ...

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 November 1874

FRIDAY. .NOVEMBER 27, 1671. THE OlD WOJUX. Yes. she Is very old and feeble now; There'lsashadowin herradedeyes: ShehosnotstreDgthtowalk.but-aJl day lone Slttwearilv and meekly in her chair, "While round her moTes the young and active throng, Impelled by hope, by love, by want, or care. They heed her not, nor deem that she can feel An interest in their toll, their toy, or care; Thev cannot see the heart that faveth still. Andy earnelh for them with a constant prayer; Tint when the vouneest of the household hand Creeps lovingly to deal grandmamma's feet, goon to the bright brow mores the withered hand, Andgenliclovlng words the yonngonc greet And when she sitleth with her head reclined, And her dull eyelids closed as If In sleen. If you could see the thoughts that move her minu. The lightest hearted of you all would weep. Memories of youth and beauty, hope and love, Or high ambition, and or proud success Or honor such as tew on earth may prove And wealth, with all its treacherous bles...

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. — 4 December 1874

j ' MKS. A. J. DtlMWAT. Editor sod Proprietor. i. . i OFriqr 'r. Front and Stork Street. TERMB, IN-AT1VANCE: SVSE-K :t3oo Three month 1 w ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Term a. . ? , THE HAPPY HOME; OR Tlie IIustbanilN TrlnntiiU. By Sir A.&. Dl'NIWAY, AUTiten aY "inrra hkid," "bi,i,kn ikwd," -ASIE AKI) IIKS8Y J.EK, KTC, ETC BMered.Mcordincta Aet ofConrres.ln the yearlBJ, by II m. A. J. Dunhvay, In the office of the Librarian orOeapess at Washington City. puaITER IIL In the town of Stonehenge, high unit. a little nook or corner, within a ledge of rocks, half hidden by shrubbery and flowering- plants, which were now damaged by recent frosts, stood the cot tage horn of Dr. Harding's widowed mother. The early call of Isaac Armstrong at the cottage upon the occasion of his child's convulsions had beeu noted with deep apprehension by the benevolent matron, of whose large family only Amos and his sister Ada were survivors. . Oiten during the forenoon the good dame had stepped to...

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. — 4 December 1874

jpje Ken? lUxitymsl FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1874. NOTICE. Asents will p!case take notice thai 11 lb a prrnt tar nron u to pay express charges upon small Bums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money order or registered letters. A TEMPEST Iff A TEAPOT. Our friend Colonel C. A. Reed seems to bare gone Into a regular spell of McDonald-phobia over tbo Ballon ques tion. "We cheerfully glvo him tho bene fit of our columns in which to ciTervesce, and hope he'll feel better now. As regards our other friend, Addie, in ber high tragedy, and bis evident keen appreciation of her endeavor to make a martyr of her dear little self, we have only to say that martyrdom is splendid for those that enjoy it, and that we never have asked Addie Ballou's aid, or that of any body else "to shield us from the shafts of anybody's ridicule." We've always attended to that littlo job our- self. - "Weareamused at tbo gentleman's heroics over what McDonald In bis frenzy of delirium tremens h...

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