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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 November 1875

7 FEIDAY .NOVEMBER 19, 1875. HOMENEWS. Trains on both siJes have been de layed this week on account of bad weather. The first snow of the reason visited this city on Monday. The weather has since been exceedingly cold for the sea son of the year, strong northeast winds prevailing part of the time. Observe the reasonable figures at which J. W. Woodward, nilue host of tne Commercial Hotel, furnishes uoaru, lodging, and single meals to bis patrons. Front- street, between Taylor nd Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tiiclitentlialer, of this city, celebrated their golden wed dineon tbo first of the present month. The former is 73, and the latter 70 years of age. Tney nave naa iourteeu cull dren, eight of whom are living. Owing to the high stage of water, the suag-puller has been compelled to sus pend operations on the upper river, and lias been ordered to this city to receive new machinery, which will greatly In crease her enectiveness next season. The musical and literary entertain ment to be ...

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. — 19 November 1875

z Hot &ttym$i FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1875. ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE; OR Tlie Mystery of Eagle Cove. Br Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR or "JUDITH ItEID," "ELLEN HOWD," "AJtlE AND HENRY XEE,"-"TIIE HAPPrHOME,"ETC.,TTa " (Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1S75, by Sirs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office or the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. faplY upon Tier tombstune. Bat when would at least be given to women to her grave was made, and conjugal love jcnieve e?u.?"y f8 great inumpns n -JLi o m.( .:r , the field of literature; and they are in """" b""- everv wav canacitated to do so. 1 see round sum, sufficient to have hired the but one obstacle in the way of their household drudgery performed by Mon- success, and that is their natural an tn, tamnnth -mi tipathy forviRorousandlonK-continued manlol o-p-Arf-ti TJtif Tint- l o f Mia I . , - . f . , t - - . - J LUbUbUl CAdllSlJ UUn blJMV , W I musBaveaiuewiie loner nusoanuuuu 8CUm of wor,dly disparagement is the mother to her ch...

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. — 26 November 1875

A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics und Religion. Alive to all Uve Issues, and Thoroughly HBS. i. J. Dl'SIWAT. Editor nfl Proprietor. O FFICE Cor. Front &. Wash ington Streets Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs ol the Masses. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year- .$3 00 175 1 00 Six months Three months.. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed slgna. tures must make known their names to tho Editor, or no attention will be given to lhelr communications. ADVEBTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Term b. VOL.UME "V- POTtTDLAJVI), OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1875. NUMBER 13. THE UHIVEBSAL IN BELIGIOH. COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY, OR STATURAL II IS TORT OF RELIGION A NEW SCIENCE AND ITS SERVICE TO MANKIND. In a former article there was pre sented a brief statement of the leading facts of ethnological science as modified by recentphilological researcbesand dis coveries. We have seen that our lan guage, our phi...

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. — 26 November 1875

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1875. whom we with some NOTICE. " wm p:cae laxo nonce tliat it is a great lax upon us to pay express charges upon EUBEKA ! One man Is beard from can place in the category dozens We rejoice happy. He resides in the renowned county of Yamhill, has been for a long this statement, and other couverts'are Hocking to our standard, imparting us a lively and weli-gronnded faith nf wr.m or .,, 1..,- which sees in the near future women en ioice, yea, we are exceeediugly joying social an'' PoJIcal equality with j v nuum QUCVII bUUl ItJUBU wno are against us are more than tbev mat are for us. Women while ago legislators laughed to scorn the demands of women for equality be fore the law, they now give it their gravest attention, their most earnest consideration, appoint their best and are for us. Women themselves accustomed to subjection, like the He Drews of old. chose the fiesh-nots o Egypt with bondage, rather than lib erty, if, to enjoy that liberty, they must brave publi...

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. — 26 November 1875

Jto Hastiest FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1875. HOMEHEWS. The new Catholic Church, now nearly completed, is the Handsomest and most commodious cuurcti in .bast .Portland. Preparations are being made for an entertainment to be Riven near Christ mas by members and friends of the .Hall-street M. JS. Church. There will be a sociable at the Taylor street Church on Friday evening, No- vemoer sum. rue public are cordially invited. Admission, 25 cents. The recitation of Miss Imogene Hol brook at the "sonir service" on Sunday evening won the hearty approval of the critical and intelligent audience. H.W. Scott. Ej., left this city on the "Oriflnmme" last Saturday for San Francisco. He will proceed from thence immediately to rsew lork and wash ington, and will probably be absent two months. The splendid bargains offered at the "Dollar Store" continue to be the wou- der and delight of its numerous patrons. Call and see for yourselves the articles. useful and ornamental, that oue dollar win procure. S. 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. — 26 November 1875

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1875. ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE; OR The Mystery of Enffle Core. Br MKS. A. J. DUNIWAY, ACTBOB OF "JUDITH BEID," "EIXEK DOWD," "AJHE AJTD HKfEY ME," "THE HAPPY HOME," ETC., ETC. Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1875, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office of (he Librarian of Congress at 'Washington City. CHAPTER XXV. Major Ltndsey became a frequent via Itor at the Cliff, altbougb Rosa Lee was painfully shy of him, and lived in con atant dread lest be should discover ber secret; for that she had a secret of grave and important character which she was guarding vigilantly, bad long been evl dont. Often be essayed to urge ber to reveal her sorrows to him, for he knew that she might safely trust him, bat the memory of two occasions upon which be bad made such advances merely to be refused, restrained him, But Rosa was very fond of bis visits, though her household toil rarely ad mitted of her appearing in respectable plight Poor girl. Brought up in lux ury as s...

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. — 3 December 1875

IKmc A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. MIvo to all live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs ol tho Masses. Uns. A. J. DliXIWAT, tditor and Proprietor. OFFICE Cok. Faoirr & Wasulngtos Streets TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year... ..$3 00 1 75 1 00 mx monins. Tbreo months.- FKEE SPEECir, FllEE I'KESS, FKEK PEOPLE. Corr-spoiidents writing over assumed signa tures must mako known their names to the Editor.or no attention will-be given to thelr communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. TOLIIME "V. PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3,. 1875. NUMBER 14. The Uses of Money. The following: paper was read before the Woman's Congress, at its recent ses sion in New York City, by Mrs. Per kins, of Cooperstowu. It will repay careful perusal: USES OF MONEY. Dickens, in his inimitable way, tells us of the story of little Paul Dombev. who sat before the .fire pondering weighty questions...

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. — 3 December 1875

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. FRIDAY. -DECEMBER 3, 1875. XOTICE. Agents will please take notice that It Is great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor br remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. SISTEES EXHOETED TO SELP-SAO- EIPIOE. We And the following sentiment ex pressed in tbe last number of the At lantic, wblcb, for assumption and impu dence, is a little in advance of anything which even that periodical has given before: In Chicago, after reaching the age of thirteen years, the boys who remain In school are to the girls as fourteen to nineteen, a proportion which we suspect would be found very com" inon throughout the United States, owing to for music having reached all these ONE THING AND ANOTHER, PROCEEDINGS LETTER PROM ROSEBURG. .Inlal fnotnoaniui inlmM tt 41iM pi all na I 1 ft C .1. TT T"l ft TTT f1 T I ujuuuuim i, uc.i.UOi.n.u. PArr.n sumbeh four. "a m j.mnm:i uounw omaii ouiuagu to the Editor or thrNkw Knimnr...

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. — 3 December 1875

FRIDAY DECEMBER 3, 1875. HOMENEWS. Take your oysters at the "Oxford," on Oak street. Fifty odd sacks of mall arrived by the "Ajas" ou Saturday. Tbe several Good Templar Lodges in the city propose to unite and have a Christmas tree on Saturday, December 25th. A new theatrical company is expected to arrive and commence au engagement a New Market Theater about tbe middle of next week. This is just the time to purchase and appreciate those cheap and serviceable rubbers and overshoes at the Pacific Boot and Shoe House. During the season from February 1st to November 21st, the government snag-puller has removed 1,340 obstruc tions from the Willamette River. Multnomah Lodge, I. O. G. T., gives a musical and literary entertainment on Saturday evening of each week. The temperance societies throughout the city are unusually prosperous. A man named James Irving, residing with his brother in tbe northern part of the city, committed suicide on Saturday evening by taking an overdose of opium. No ...

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. — 3 December 1875

i4 Erida-3.......-dect:mber -3, i$-5. ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE; OR The Mystery of Xaglo Cove. Br Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR OP "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN BoffO," "A.MIE AND IIENKY LEE," "THE HAPPY HOME," ETC, ETC Enteredjaccordine U Act of Congress, In the year 1875, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER XXVI. Explanation followed explanation, and yet much was shrouded in mystery. "Why did you not tell mo all about It long ago, Gussie?" queried the Major, with an air of injured philan thropy. "JJoyou rememberwhat you told me once?" and Augusta, now Rosa Leo no longer, looked searchingly and anxious ly into her brother's face. "I told you thatl wanted you to be my sister, in deed and truth, and you repulsed me." ."Ia it possible that you do not re member, or never understood why f" "You were afraid of gossip, you said.!' "But that was not tho only reason, Stanley. You said something that de terred me." J'Whatwasit?" "That you would stand b...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 December 1875

hiiii irTgiTwnii-iilliaaftiWB'iiT ransiir 7 mwiinrw h - f i ii mvSmr'Tir-'r-'nrruC i iiimiiwiiii ")" vvrrv-imn-imtourifn'mm?T- mim- ii i -iiti iiiii- niii.iiMii-iniimiTi . . . . ' 1 ' " Me mm mmmtsst. ei S ll r' ' ' ' y I " TERMS, IN ADVANCE: QS?S Six months! 1300 V- ' Three months A Journal for the People. 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 ol the Masses. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to the'f communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terras. 4 F; e VOLUME "V. POTfcTX.AJNrD, OREGON-, FRIDAY, DECEMBER lO, 1875. NTJIVJCBER. 15. MADGE MORRISON, The Molalla ilald and Matron. By Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR OF "JUDITH BKID," "ELLEN DOWD," "AMIE AND HENRY LEE," "TOI HAPPY HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," ETC, ETC, ETC Entered, acco...

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. — 10 December 1875

1 FRIDAY.. -DECEMBER 10, 1875, KATUEALJ.EADEES. It is said that women should be as signed to subordinate positions in life, because they are not natural leaders; and further, that without a reversal of of the laws of nature, women can never be a leading force in the government, "Sow, in the first place, when we reflect that very few men are natural leaders, the masses always being led by the few and further, that women have not only always shown the ability to govern, but in numerous instances have governed nations successfully and brilliantly, we doubt this doctrine of ability to govern or lead being based on sex. "Women there have been in every civilized na tion that has given its record to his tory, who have participated in politics, openly if customs and laws permitted, covertly if their influence could not be brought to bear otherwise. Hence it is clear that here is a great perversion of nature, or that there are among women as among men, leading spirits, whom it Is a perversio...

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. — 10 December 1875

FRIDAY -DECEMBER 10, 1875. HOMEEEWS. Xo further eflorts will be made to get the "Gussie Telfair" afloat until the river falls. The water now invrH lipr decks. I Ackerman's Dollar Store has received a large invoice of holiday (roods. The display in their ware-rooms is really magnificent. The fine assortment of poods at the "White House" is not excelled by any other establishment in the city. See advertisement. The Catholic Fair for the benefit of St. Vincent's Hospital closed on Mon day evening. The total receipts were quite substantial. Mr. P. L. Leinenwebber, an old and esteemed citizen of -Astoria, was drowned at that place by the capsizing of a skiuou Saturday afternoon. Alisky & Hegele are the first to an nounce candies and confectionery pre pared expressly for the holidays. Their stock is immense, and their prices are low. The rush to J. I Gill's is no cause for wonder to those who have seen his im mense display of holiday gift books, Tiie delight of his customers is comple...

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 December 1875

FRIDAY.. -DECEMBER 10, 1875. Our Halloween. "Can't we have some kind of a good time on Halloween do something to remember this one particular night, for T'e shall never all be together again something on the soul-harrowing, blood creeping order, such as bellts the alght?" We were, a merry party of school- girls, most of whom were already begin ning to aspire to the dignity of young Jadyhood; but Just where the dignity came in I fail to remember, for a madder, merrier set never waked the echoes in lam. oiu scuooi ouuaing 01 ju , or :made the staid towns-people hold up their bauds in horror at their wild pranks. The time was close at hand when our band would be broken up. and so we wanted a remembrance of this last Hal Joween. Flan after plan was brought up, discussed, and rejected. We were about giving up, as no two seemed to agree, when Belle Brown arose in her majesty (and she was a regal-looking ginj ana saiu: "I'll ten you, girls: all come up to our house, and we'll try hav ing a...

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 December 1875

A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. MBS. A. J. BCXIWAT, fcaltor n0 Proprietor. OFFICE-Cob. Frost fc Washington Streets Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the "Wrong ot the Masses. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year.. $3 00 mx monies. 1 75 1 00 Three months.. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa. tures must make known their names to tho Editor, or no attention will be given to tbeie commnnicatlons. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. POKTLAND, OREGON, FBIDAY, DECEMBER 5V, 1875. NTOLBER 1C. MADGE MORRISON, The Molalla Maid and Matron. Bv MRS. A. J. DUNIWAY, author op "jutmi reid," "ellen dowd," "AMIE AXD UINKT LEE," "THE II A PPT HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," ETC, ETC, ETC Entered, according to Act of Congress, In the year 1873, by Mrs. A. J. Dan I way, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER IL The terrific...

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 December 1875

'tAR A444 XOTICE. Agents -will please take notice that It Is great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small snms, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. "LET US THENBETJP AND DOING." Miss Matilda Hindman, a talented an experienced lecturer of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, is lecturing in Iowa, un der the auspices of the State Woman Suffrage Society. Miss Hindman has proved herself a thorough worker in Pennsylvania as agent of the State "Woman Suffrage Association. She was In Washington when Mr. Freelinghuy eeu introduced his bill, intending to de prive women of the elective franchise in the Territories, and through the aid of such men as Charles Sumner, was ena bled to work for the defeat of so obnox ious and unjust a measure. Almost the last official act of Mr. Sumner's life was the presentation of her suffrage memo rial to the United States Senate. She also took active part in the Michigan campaign last year, rendering eff...

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 December 1875

FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 1875. HOMEHEWS. The sunken bteamer "Calliope" has been raised, aud will soon be ready for service. The "pound party" held at the Unita rian Church on Friday evening, was the occasion of much amusementand netted quite a little sum, which we understand is to be applied toward a new church building. Persons who desire to procure em ployment, or those desiring to engage laborers, will do well to call upon John R. Coker & Co., Cosmopolitan block, Front street. These agents furnish the oest of references. Professor Herrmann, the world-re-nouued magician, is in the city, and gave last evening the first of li is series ofinterestincand wonderful entertain ments at New Market Theater. Of course, everybody will see and hear this greatest of living magicians. Grand matinee on Saturday. "William Beck & Son are well equipped to meet the demand of the holidays. Their immeuse and varied stock com prises everything from a Henry rifle to a rubber doll, all of which is off...

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 December 1875

FRIDAY .DECEMBER 17, 1875. Gore for Bines. "We've had a visitor for over a week, Cousin Becky Donaldson from Pennsyl vania. She said she had been dousey (she doesn't mean dousey at all, at all; look in your dictionary aud see) and she thought a jaunt out amongst her kin would brighten her up a little and make her feel better. She has dyspepsia, and is low-spirited, and sunken-eyed, and nearly all her conversation is about murders, and burglars, and robbers, and people falling out 01 iront windows, ana lrom scauoid ings. At night, all the curtains have to be drawn, and the blinds closed, and the door bolted, and the lights turned half down, ana alter we go to bed wo are be sought to peep round under things and "see if there isn't a man hidden some where." She wants us to talk in whispers, and when we laugh to put our heads down under the blankets, or press the pillows over ourxuoutns. Now, the girls and I always do our visiting at tne table and after W3 go to bed, and sometimes we cr...

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 December 1875

She ilea iforf bm$t. I A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. MBS. A. J. DCMWAT, tailor aa Proprietor. OFFICE-Coe-Fbost 4 T ashxxgtus Street? Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radlcal In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs of the Masses. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year.-. -J3 00 .. 1 75 .. 1 00 six montus. Three months... Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must mako known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. VOLID1E "V. 3PO"R,XJL.A3Vr, OREGON, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 84, 1875. communications. DID NOTAEEIYE. We regret that the third chapter of "Madge Morrison" did not arrive in time for insertion in this issue. Starred to Death. BY ItOSELLA RICE. She was the wife of a farmer in easy circumstances. She wan poor, and thin, and sallow; lie was strong, and his con stitution was of iron. His views were right ou...

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 December 1875

FRIDAY.. -DECEMBER 24, 1875. committee MEETixo. The members of the Executive Committee of I the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association arerequestca to meet at ineomce or Johnson, McCown fc Macrum, In this city, on Monday, December 27th, 1875, at 1030 A.M., to consider and complete the various arrangements for the annnal meeting in February next. A full attendance Is desired. OHBISTMASJJBEETING. To the hundreds of readers to whom the New Northwest proclaims from week to week the doctrines of political and social equality, and to whom in due time It will proclaim the clad tidings of great joy which shall follow the triumph of right over might, we come with Christmas greetings, wishing for each and all in stereotyped phrase which time renders not old, "A Merry Christ mas and a Happy New Year." OHEISTMAS. " Wake the sweet antbem again and again; Glad praise to the Highest, good will to all men." To-morrow will bring the great, glad day, celebrated throughout the Chris tian world as the...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
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