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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 January 1872

! BM - f A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Tndcpcndcnt lrTrolitlcs and Religion. Mia. A. i. DrMffAT, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE-Cor. Third and fTashlBtrton St. 11V0 to all IJye Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing tho'Vr'rongs I J0' TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One year,..,. - $3 00 HiX mnnlhi, , 1 73 . Three months. , 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Ileasonable Titob. , ELLEIT DOWD, THEPAEMEE'S WIFE. Entered, according to the Act of Congress. Jn the year 1S72, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlnray, In the Of fice of the Librarian of Congress nt Washington city. CIIA1TER I. The Louse was a dilapidated log cabin of severely primitive pattern, black with age, and weak and tottering from the effect of many adverse battles with the wind and sun and snow and rain. A half dozen small and smoky panes of glass struggled feebly in their efforts to admit the waning twilight A fire of wet walnut logs made vain endeavor to emit a feeble blaze, while the dense smoke fi...

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 January 1872

FRroAY.....T.... .JANUARY 5, lS7i GEATZ BROWH CHIPS IN". The Governor of Missouri wants to be President. In his annual message this year he deprecates (lie tendency to cen tralization at the expense of the local State Governments, and severely criti cises the national administration. Bul Ictin. Of all the aspirants for the Presidency who have yet testified their willingness to be immolated upon their country's Presidential altar, Gratz Brown is the only one who comes out squaro and strong for Woman Suffrage. Now, brethren of the press, don't twit us with "George Francis Train." lie has no more desire to become President tlian we have, and he heartily enjoys the fun of being laughed at, therefore he styles himself a candidate. But Gratz Brown Is thoroughly and radically in earnest, and because he is a Woman Suflrage man we expect to see him succeed. The thousand hungry aspirants for this high position (not even excepting our Na- InnM linrse. Inrdrevl who fenr to eSDOUsc the "Woman Mo...

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. — 5 January 1872

1 Mori RIDAY.. .JANUARY 5, 187 Early- .'-ettlkment OF OLYMPIA. lie following account of the early set- ' tlcineiit of Olympla we give for the etli- flcfltioninf our inaiiy subscrlliers in that quarter: The land claim on which is situated the town of Olympla wris settled on by Mr. lilwanl Sylvester in the vear of IStt. At that time the whole Putrct Souud country was a perfect wilderness1, excepting thescttlementsof ihoHudson ....... ... Ray Company at Nisqually, then in charge of Dr. W. F. Tohnle, and a few pioneer settlers at Tumwatcr and the prairies south of Olympla, who came in the year before. Mr. Sylvester resided here three years alone, and in 1SJ0 went to the gold mines in California. Ilo- turning early in 1S50, he found several . I new-comers, among whom were three or I proper sphere. In alluding to the fact four families, and shortly after his i that ayoung lady of East Portland, who, return he had the town survdyed and I being doirous of coining some profit laid out. One 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. — 5 January 1872

r FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1S72. Tliorun or Floncr. BV ALICE CAItv. We must not hope to he mown. And to eat her I lie ripe, gold earn, rntil we have tint been sowers. And watered the furrows with tear. It Ik not Just as we take It This myotlcal world oLoiirs; , . i Dlfe's'tleld will yield, aSV-eTmake It, A harvest of thorns or flowers! Eleanor Her Life. Eleanor sat at the window sewing. She usually sat at the window sewing every afternoon until it was too dark to see any longer. Then there was sup per to get, and the dishes to wash, and then tnc cntiuren must go to bed. And after that, the lamp3 must be lighted and the sewing taken up again, not to ' be laid down until midnight. The room where she sat had a faded look. The Vanly-swept carpet had lost its fresh es, and thtj plain furniture ltada,care-ully-kept appearance Ji The portraits were old-fashioned, and the delicate muslin curtains were here and there skillfully mended. A vase or two on the mantel, a few well-worn books on a stand ...

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 February 1872

f I iUS. A. J. DFMITAT, Editor and froprlclor OfFICE-Cor. Third nudWnshlnzlou Si I THRMS, IK ADVAKCE: One year- S-1 00 Six months Three months- 1 . l I 09 IADVBRTI8EMKKTS Inserted ou Iteasonable Xcnni. f lor Uic Now Northwest. My Secret. ColU winter, with breath M Icy cliitl. Thai It palnleg the btughof themurmurincrlll And looks the earth In a cold embrace. Sweeping Hie flowers avraj from her face, And turning the flefclc all hrown and hare, Where rattled the grain in the summer al O, Earth, break aiwy from the cold winter klmr, And weieome the warm mid beautliul snrlns Breathe low,xentlewiudK,aiidnsecrct I'll tell Aceeret I've guarded m Ions and co well And III whlcper It low in your listening ear. Ko the Idle and gmatpitlngonoti hall not hear Kor my Mory by them would never le euomhi How Fanny, the daughter of old farmer West, Has owned that khe loves me, her face all aglow. With a warm cfimMMi lltn.li luaiitlln: neck qheekand brew. And whan the June roses are blossoming fair, Jj...

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 February 1872

f FRIDAY.. -FEBRUARY 0, IS72. THE "STATESMAN" WEfOETR Onrainiable aud incorruptible friend of the Salem Statesman hath lost his temper. Last week we were fortunate enough to get a peep at a certain note and mortgage, which the State has pos sessed itfcelf in order to secure (?) it In terests against the loss of $1,500 loaned by the State Department to this sharp contemiorary. And we showed clearly that Samuel had the best or it, inasmuch as the note given by his wife alone could not be sued ujion. AVe thought it a cap ital dodge of the insolvent Samuel, aud, after we had taken the pains to puff him for his shrewdness, expecting he would immediately nominate us for some great office out of gratitude alas ! for the un certainty of humau expectations ! "he didn't see it in that light;" to he turns upon us in the following soul harrowing style : We republish the above from the New Northwest, edited ostensibly by a female reformer (?) named Duni way, but we believe the foregoing was furn...

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 February 1872

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1S7 They are laying down the the warns of the new water works in Vancouver, W. T. The Oregon Republican State Conven tion is to convene on the 20th of March next in Portland. The Caltfnrniam are feeling very hap py over the recent rains. A prosperous year is anticipated. The Jacksonville Times thanks Sena tor Corbett for his services in establish ing postal routes in Southern Oregon. Rev. S. C. Adams was in Washington City, about the 20th of December, and was iutcndlng soon to return to Oregon. Mrs. Rates is playing Elizabeth in Sacramento. A theatrical critic of that city praises her performance very highly. The Walla AValla Statesman wants hie next Legislature of Oregon to make pro vision for a wagon road down the Co lumbia river. One of the niot intelligent and enter prising merchants of Seattle, says the Dispatch, is a young lady in the "prime i inniuennoou. The Seattle Dispatch of the 29th ul timo says that, for two weeks, they have been enjoying, in that re...

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 February 1872

FRTPA.Y.I... FEuKUAKY 0, 1372. The Nan iid Uie,Jto-te. , i. , BY ALICE CAM. TJie Snn, who smile wherever he K" Till the flowers nil smile R'ni ,, ,,, Fall In love one day will. bashful R- Thavhadjan ,d1,yn-Mu So he pushed Iwk tlx foW f " wn hood , . That covered Iter modest araoe, But woe for the day when hfc CMeO hair When lurcheefc Hh tomb a wet! inr ln loved lilm "' inaWcit eouKI. Anil hJelUiercrui.hed and weak, .! Striving Hi vulii with her faded hood " 3!o corr her guilty cheek. Lost. " Baby was lost ! Up and down, hirfi and low, every where about the house .and barn and woodshed, in the garden and down the road by the bridge, the search was car ried on with anxious hearts and eager steps. Every nook and corner where even a mouse could hide was examined over and'OverjtgajiyJntt-no Babyj The brook was loiv, so'low that Baby might have toddled over it without hardly wet ting her feet. There was no danger there; and yet for half a mile either side of the bridge the bed of the litt...

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. — 16 February 1872

MRS. A. J. Dr.MWAT, Editor nni rreprlrtor, OFFICE Cor. Third and Wasblurtou St. TBUMS, IK ADVANCE: Onyiear. rwx BHB1W. Three menthF .$3 00 I 75 - 1 CO ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Tfnn For the New North west. Tlie Moiled Dove. BY STETUEN MATH ELL. "A eoartecan, having become weary er thb life, attempted to reach the other before the man with the sickle called her, last Friday night, between the h.mrs of 18 and 11 o'clock, by taking a heavy duse of morphine. The iHOMipt arrival of a physician wived her from reaehlm: 'that bourn," anil nhc in now well again. The eaue for thU attempt at 'felo de m that mme character did not return t be out pourings of her heart." Portland Herald. Onee I was youns: and pure, with col Jen hair And violet eyes. The rose and Illy Blended o'er my cheeks, and when I smiled Ripe, erimMD llpt dUplaycd white, neKtllns teeth. My form was melody holidlllcd, I'ovseolng qualities that men do love And women envy. Artists thought of me White dreamingly creat...

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. — 16 February 1872

FRIDAY... ..FEBRUARY 16, 1S72. BAOK LUMBERS WASTED. Our subscribers will confer a great fa vor upon this office by forwarding to our address the back numbers 23, JK and 39 of the New North wkstt, as those numbers are needed to complete our files. BBDJGING HUSBAHTS TO TERMS. The Fort "Wayne woman who sued her husband for" pay, for fourteen years of sen-ice in his household, on the ground that there was a Haw in the marriage cereinonj-, has been awarded 81,163 by the Allen Circuit Court. All thejopcrs. What a lesson may be learned from the above! Marriage, which should be the freest institution under the sun for the exercise of the individual rights of man and woman, under our present statutes so degrades the woman that she works all her life for the wages of a slave. c know many women who would rejoice could they but find a flaw in the marriage deed of masculine own ership which would insure them pecun iary independence: and these women are wives of wealthy men, to whom few dollars a...

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. — 16 February 1872

.FEBRUARY 101872. The Herald has been sold to the "Oro Fino clique." "Rosedale" is the latent squsalionat the Oro Fino Theater. The wheat crop IsNiid to be uninjured by the late hard weather. Ileal estate transactions in Portland are reported as being very brisk. The prospect for a good mining xea-1 sou in Eastern Oregon is very good. The HnrrLsuurg Academy will give au exhibition during the latterpart of nest month. Jacksonville is growing rapidly, and is now one of the most active towns in Oregon. The reports concerning the Ilarrifcburg bridge are pronounced false, byjtjiejiif- The Quartermaster at Vancouver is orderinga removal of buildings from the government reserve. ihe Northern Pacific Railroad has seven himdreu.mcn on the line from Kalama to Puget Sound. The winter in La Grande and Powder, River valleys has been very mild. Very little snow has fallen. The ico blockade has been broken up, and boats are now running regularly be- A Jl.T. , a . I . . en mis piaee anu inc uaucs. ...

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. — 16 February 1872

FRIDAY.. ..FEBKUAKY 16, lSTi. JInil Iie. Tell me, little housewives, Playing In the sun. How many minutes THl.tho cooking's done? Johnny builds the own, Jenny rolls the crust, Katy buy the flour. All or golden dust. rat It lierc nnJ pat It there Whatn dalnfy size! Rake It on a shingle, Nice mud jrfwl Den't you hearthe bluebird Utah upln tlie air? Good morning, little ones, Arc you Iwnr there? I'relly .Mister Squirrel Bounces down the rail, Take h Mt and wleliet-, Curls his bushy tall. ' , Twirl It so and mark It to, looking wondrous vise; All the piuius are pcbblcc Rich mud pies! Arms that never weary, Tolling dlmple-decp; . , And soon we'll take n jieep. Wish wo had a shower Think we need It so That would make the roadside ' .Such a lienp of dough I Turn them In and turn them out; How the morning flies; King the bell for dinner 'Hottfiutd'ples! Four Aces. A TUmLI.IKO CAI.IFOlINIA INCIDENT Or '49. Spindle was a new arrival. The camp, with customary propriety, hail dubbed him thus be...

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 February 1872

MES. A. J. Dl'MWAY, Editor sad Proprietor," OFriCX-Cor. Third aud WahhluRton St. A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. .Ilve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing- the Wrong terms, IX ADVANCE: ot the Masses. One year. .. six month Three mouths... SS fO - 1 75 -100 Free Speech, Fhee Press, Free People. fTnrrivmlTi! rrl(lnr nvpr assumed slo-nfi- tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communication's. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. POKTL A-ISTD , OREGON, 1TKEDA.Y, 2TEB15,XJlK,Y 23, TSTJM33EK. 4S. sm urn . iki ri ii 1 For like New Northwest. Thoncli Absent. Thy Spirit in with Me, RTSTKrmm maybkll. TIkhmtIi absent, thy spirit Is with me; I see thee, an angel, in dreams; In the silent midnight you're with me, Till tlteun in bright story beam; Ah over the woodland lie rise Behold, what a brill ton ey then Reflects in the jewels lie pri...

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 February 1872

FRIDAY., FEBRUARY 23, 1872. PEOTEOTION AKD IEEE TEADE. The Orcgonian aud Herald have late ly been holding lengthy discussions over Protective Tariff and Free Trade. As we feel that the principle upon which we have builded is so strong that the influence these man's rights journals may gain through getting their papers mentioned by name in our columns will not ruin our circulation, we do not pro pose, like them, to Ignore their journal istic existence, while fighting them over the shoulders of other folks; so when we talk of them we'll talk to them, and risk the consequences of thus advertis ing them into notice. Both of these journals are right, and both are wrong. Each views the same object from a dif ferent standpoint, and therefore they naturally arrive at different conclusions. The Orcgonian claims that Protective Tariff is needed principally to raise a revenue for the Government; and fur ther claims that labor being higher in new countries than in the half-starved regions of th...

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 February 1872

.FEBRUARY 1G, 1872. Seattle, W. T., is raptilly, improving. The winter has been mild in Ochoco valley. A locomotive, weighing thirty tons, hate arrived at Kulama. - ' The State Temierance Convention mot at Salem ye.-terday. A final survey for a railroad from Ka- lama to Vancouver is to be made. A lino of -vessels is to be iut on be tween Sun Francisco and Seattle. . "Joaquin" Miller lias been lecturing in San Francisco witli moderate success. The roll of Oregon Pioneers at Asto ria now contains over one hundred names. Ir. J. C. Mendenhall, of Albany, lias been appointed mail agent on the O. & V. 1L If. Thepregon and California Railroad Commnv will build seventy miles of road this year. Some of the Oregon papers want an extra legislative session called to amend the election law. Buildings for business purposes ;ire in demandat Ol ympia. Every store in the place is now rented. Tlie recent storm extended "WashiiiKton Territory. The water has been very high there. All tho difficulti...

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 February 1872

FRIDAY.". FEBRUARY 523, 1872. From the Oregon Herald. In Slciiiorlnm. BY STETIIEX SIAYBELL. Yesterday a parly of Italian fishermen dis covered the form of a -woman floating In the bar, stowlydriftingoutto sea. They succeeded in recovering the body, and Immediately noti fied the Coroner. This morning we attended the Inquest hold over tho had remains. She appeared a young woman of about twenty-five rears, and was neatly but modestly nttired In a dress of somedark fabric. It was a sight to last through a lifetime, as she lay there, stretched upon her rude bier, her dripping ganuentii closely ellnging to her somewhat slender form, whilst herjong, dark, matted hair hung back in wild disorder from her sad, pale face, as It lay mid and still In death. No one has Identi fied the remains as yet. 45. F. Evening Paper. Again the dreary night is gone; Again another hopeless morn! Slow drags away The weary.day. Again I weep, again I mourn. Oh sadness! Come madness! Why Is my heart thus torn? O w...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 March 1872

)t gem jgsrtlf. MRS. A. J. DKNIWAT, Edllor and Proprietor OFFICE-Cor. Third and Washington St. A Journal for the reoplft. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs J TERMS, IX ADVANCE: of the Masses. One year. -SS69 - 1 78 .. 1 Six months Three months. Correspondents writing over assumed slgna tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. VOLUME 1. POKTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, lrSi- NU3IBER 43. ADVErtTISEMEXTSInsertedon Reasonable Terms. in r ! i w Wn m NEwi Ui !J liii til Written for the New Northwest. Jly Boy. BY MINNIE St. MILLER. Dedicated to my Mother. One gtanee at the forest and hills, One sound of the rivers and rills. And my wild heart throbs and thrills "With memory's sweetest Joys. O hills that furrow the skyl O rivers that gurgle by! Heed my fond heart'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. — 1 March 1872

FRIDAY MARCH 1, 1S72. VIOTOEY!-11 WENT, WE I0UGHT, WE OONQUEBED. AVE WEST. Hearing everywhere that there was going to be a grand temperance gather ing in Salem on the 22d of February, and knowing that, as ladies would be present, the crowd thus drawn together would constitute the most numerous, respectable and able legislative body ever convened in Oregon, and having been invited to attend and address the Convention, we redoubled our already over-taxed energies and hurried to the scene of action. We had come as an independent dele gate, and, taking our seat as a member, watched for opportunities to throw hot shot as a representative of the large company of women present, who, accus tomed to being choked off from all par ticipation in public debate by their re tiring and modest brethren, and being wiiolly unaccustomed to public speaking, did not dare to raise their voices in behalf of wonianhood, and sat watching us with anxious eyes and flut tering hearts. As we kept our seat in tha...

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. — 1 March 1872

.MARCH 1, 1872. TO CITY SUBSOEIBEES. The New Northwest will be carried for the following terms: Oue year. $4 00; six months, 2 25; three mouths SI 25. Those wishing their papers car ried will please give the name of street and number. Eugcno has 251 school children. There are 112 school children in Olym pia, W. T. Salem 1ms thirteen saloons. Ahead of the churches. Victorin, B. C, as recently viiled by an earthquake. The old Court House at Salem is un dcrgoing repairs. Gray, the defaulting Treasurer of Ida ho, has resigned. Tile U. S. Asiay Oillce at Boise City will soon go into operation. . The Oregon Pioneer Society at Astoria propose to start a paper soon The Democrats of Idaho are'preparing for the coming election in that Terri tory. The Union Pacific Railroad lias ex pended $20,000 per dny in trying "to open tlie road. A plank road is proposed from East Portland to Sandy river, along tlie base line road. The farm products of Montana for the year ending June 1st, 1SV0, amounted 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 March 1872

FRIDAY. 3LA.RCH 23, 1S72. My Ship. JtT FLORENCE TERCT. Down to the whanves, as the sun coos down, And tbe daylight's tumult and dust and din Isdylneaway In the busy town, Igotoseetfniycbfpcomes In. I gaze ftir over the quiet sea, Itosy with sunset, like mellow wine, Where ships, like lilies, lie tranquilly, Many ami lair, but I hee not mine. I question the sailors every night. Who over thbulwarks idly lean, VAtinif iln- nulls as thev come in slcht. uitmi uai t ,. liiMlltlflll hhin fml In' iiutc i.-.-i- . '--j . ... t- .... "Whence does she come?" they ask of me; "Who is her master, and what her name?" Awl thv smile unon me Dltvlnclv When ray answer is ever and ever the same. O, mine was a vessel of strength and truth ; Hot sails were white as n young lamb's fleece She salted. kmztilnre. lrom the port of youth- Her master was Lov, and her name was peace. And, like all beloved and beauteous things She faded In distance and doubt away; Willi only a tremble of i-nowy wings, She Coated, ...

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