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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 March 1872

11 pje Men? $pztl)m$t MRS. A. J. DIMWIT, liltor and Proprietor, orrirn Cor. Third mid Washington .St. TKItMS, IK ADVANCE : One year. .$3 00 173 Klx mouths Three months- - 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. Written for the New Northwest Tlie Ever Faithful Frlciiu. BV STEl'JlKJt XAYBEL-L. The lmt, alas, have many foe, And yet one slnele friend Proven ever true through all in all, Prove faithful to the end; Who'd rather weep that we should smile; WbeU starve that we should feast; Whose happiness springs from our own, Deereast as It's deereast. Ah, onee I had Just sueh a friend O, would that she were now! Hoverinc In my solitude, 1.8 vine my burning brow. Passing Iter hand along my hair, rremttng tiie kiss divine, ISeitding o'er her dreaming boy Tilts angel mother mine! ELLEN DOWD, THEPABMEE'S WIFE. f Entered, according to the Aet of Congress, In the year 1872, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the Of fice of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAITKIt X. Ellen refused...

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. — 8 March 1872

i4 FRIDAY MARCH S, 1ST2. MES. MILLEE'S .NEW DEPABTTJBE. In her lecture in this city recently, Mrs. Miller, after recounting tbe degra dation ant! wrongs that women buffer, and afterarriving at the conclusion that woman had an abstract right to vote, remarked that the "right not to vote" was one to which women should cling. She said she had for a long time been watching the tendency of the "Woman Suflrage movement, and she was satis lied that the woman who wanted to vote would pass away, as did the Amazons of old. Why her views have so radically changed in a few weeks the gave no satisfactory explanation. Not long since she was as earnestly and decidedly in favor of Woman Suflrage as any of its advocates. Her former lectures in this city, as many will remcmcer, were eloquent pleas for woman's political enfranchisement. Mrs. Miller's prediction will not be verified. The "women who want to vote" arc already a power in the politi cat world, and the petition of S5,000 women, asking for 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. — 8 March 1872

MARCH 8, I87i "Wild hogs abound intlie Unipqua vsl- ley. Oregon City has a total imputation of 1,100. Still wanted Light for the town clock. r Apple trees are fn bloom, at Oakland, California. ! A public library is talking of at Dal las, Polk Co. The Lewiston Journal has suspended publication. The number of voters (lregistered at Olympla is 531. Eggs are selling at a dollar a dozen in Silver City, Idaho. Judge Sprague, of the California Su preme Court, is dead. i.4- Fire alarms and no fires are common enough in Portland now. There Is talk of removing the H7ai cite Farmer to this city. A number of buildings are in course of erection at Walla "Walla. .Bees liave commenced honey making in the region of Roseburg. lho number of school children at Dallas, Toll; county, is 232. Portlanders are now trrusplanting trees, shrubbery, rose bushes, etc New Potatoes have made their appear ance In the San Francisco market. A largo number of buildings are to be erected at Eugene City this summer. Ti...

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. — 8 March 1872

FREDAY- .MARCH S, 1S72. There Is 'o Death. DT XJBD LTTTOX. There is no death! The stars go down To rise upon f-omc fairer shore, And bright In Heaven's Jeweled crown They shine forevenuore. There is no death! The dust we tread Khali ehenge beneath the summer sliowers To golden grain or mellowed fruit, Orralnbow-tlntod flowers. The granite rocks disorganize, An feed the hungry moss they bear; The foret leaves drliiK dally life Krom out the viewless nlr. There is no death! The leaves may fall. And flowers may fade and pass away; Tliey only wait through wintry hours The coming of May-day. There is no death! An angel form -Walks o'er the earth with silent tread, And bears our best loved things awnv. And then we call them "dead." He'leaves our hearts all desolate: Ho plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers; Transplanted into bliss, they now Adorn immortal bowers. The bird-like voice, whose Joyous notes Made glad these scenes of sin and strife, Now sings an everlasting song Around the Tree o...

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. — 15 March 1872

1 jl . " A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. MRS. X. J. DfCMWAY, Editor and Proprietor. live to all live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs orFICE-Cor. Third and Washington St. ol the Masses. TERMS, IX ADVAXOEt: One vear. Six months. Correspondent writing over assumed slgna Fnr.E SrEECii, Fkke Press, Free People. 1 75 1 00 Three months... tares mast make known their names to the Bdltdiser no attention will be given to their VOLTOIE 1. rOTtTIINTD, OREGON, 3nMCIA.Y, 3IAKCH IS, 18-- lSXJM33EIt 45. communications. Term --j-. . n.-t . .cuv,u nvnavuauic For the New JTorthwcst. March. Tt March. Wc all are marching. Some fast and others slow; Bat every one is marching, For so the world must go. Ttt Marclu All tilings are marching. The flower, with silent tread, Slow-moving, lirts the grave-stone Whleh shields Its tender head. The rtlver clOBds are marching Beneath theazuredome, As o'er their ai...

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. — 15 March 1872

VtAvZ:.7Z..l3LVKCH15, IS72. LOOK OUT. Those journals that Indulge In the luxury of indorsing a recent slander upon the editor and proprietor of the "New Northwest, which has just readied her, are hereby warned that they arc liable for damages, as is the proprietor of the Vancouver sheet, which originated the same. "Who wants to follow the Statesman i There is a point beyond which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. A. J. Duniway. Salem, Oregon March 13, 1872. PLAIN WOEDS TO ONE WHO NEEDS THEM. Sylvester Simpson, a word in your ear. lou are a younir man of averacre o - personal appearance and of something above average ability. Your opportuni ties for education have been amnio, and your friends, in their well meant but in judicious endeavors to further vour in terests, have heaped nremature honors upon you, which your embryo faculties are proving themselves unable to sus tain. Hence, we find that malignant hydrocephalus is leadiurr you to make a fool of yourself; and as there is great...

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. — 15 March 1872

MARCH 15, 1S72. ... Who is llieoldest inhabitant is now the conundrum. Political wire-pulling, is particularly lively just now. Oranges are raised fcccessfully as far north as Stockton. Seattle and Walla Walla are each to have a skating rink. The Republican State Convention will convene next Wednesday. The total number of school children in Washington county is 1,803, The Chemeketa Hotel, Salem, will be re-opened on the first of August, The title of the Dramatic Chronicle has been changed to Dally Chronicle. There hasn't Iteen a prisoner in the Washington county jail for six.montliB. Petersburg is the name of a new town just laid off six miles eastof Roscburg. Rev. Mr. Condon's lecture on the the "Fossil Horse" will be given March 22d ArUtttr's Home Magazine for March is jnst at hand. It is a very interesting jiuuiuer. Next Monday is St Patrick's Day. Jt will be appropriately celebrated Portland. Considerable mail facilities Territory. The college dissatisfaction about exists in Was...

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. — 15 March 1872

FRIDAY. MARCH 15, 1872. My Trundle Bed. As I rummaged through the attic, Llst'nlng to the falling rain, As It pattered on the shingles And against the window pane; reeping over chests and hoses, Which with dust were thickly spread, Saw I, In the farthest corner, ' What was once my trundle bed. . So I drew It from the recess Where It had remained so long. Hearing all the while the music Of my mother's voice In song. As she sang. In sweetest accents, WhatI since hare often read: "Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber, Holy angels guard thy bed." As I listened, recollections That I thought had been forgot. Came with all the gush or mein'ry. Rushing, thronging to the spot; And I wandered back to childhood, To those merry days of yore. When I knelt beside my mother, Bythls bed upon the floor. Then It was, with hands so gently Placed upon my Infant head. That she taught my lips to utter Carefully the words she said; Never can they be forgotten. Deep are they in mem'ry driven: "Hallowed bo ...

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. — 22 March 1872

She $m fetteei. A Journal fcrthe People. Devoted to l he Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Mtve to all Live Issues, and Thorone.hly Radical in OppoMngand KxposlBC the "Wrongs oi the Mae. OorreJriomleiits writing over assumed slgna tures must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention trill be given to their communications. ELLEN DOWD, THEPAEMEE'S WIPE. Entered, aeeonllnt; to the Act of Congress, In tlie year 1ST!, by Mrx. A. J. Dunlwny, in the Of fice of the librarian of Consress at "Washington Clly. fllAITKR XIL Summer was over, and autumn, re joicing in peace and plenty, Mailed over all the landscape. The bright green color of the summer foliage gave place to sober hues of russet brown, and as the (lava wore on, and the pure and bril liant sunlight of October came to play upon the air, bright gold aud gorgeous amber tints vied with scarlet tinges and variegated shades of gray -and purple, that radiated from forest, hillside, plain and dale, Th...

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. — 22 March 1872

fiuday. ZMABCHlsra: EBEE LEOTUBES. Tlie editor of this paper will give free lectures at the Court House in Portland on Friday ami Saturday evenings of this week. Subject for this evening Bible mid "Woman. Replies, comments and criticisms respectfully solicited by the speaker. Subject for Saturday even ing left to the decision of the audience. MBS. MILLER'S LECTUBE. We had the pleasure of hearing Mrs. Millers effort upon "Man" the other evening, and take pride in pronouncing it good. It was throughout a most able ami convincing argument in favor of woman's inalienable right to life, lib erty and the pursuit of happiness. Her keen appreciation of poetry, wit and sarcasm- shines forth among her sen fences like pearls among flowers. She builds up her beautiful structure of Hu mn Rights and then stands off and throws pebbles at it, just to show what a solid building she has chosen to erect and how futile are the efforts of men and women to shake it from its strong foundations. Then, too,...

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. — 22 March 1872

FBTOAY 3IARCH 22, 1872. Business at Olyrupia is lively. Oregon farmers arc busy plowing. Benton County has 1,950 school chil dren. "Wheat is falling at Salem for 90 cts. per bushel. Many citizens of Portland are plant ing shade trees. The tax levy of Albany for the current year is five mills. Albany has four hundred and sixty one school children. $500 per year in advance is the license price demanded or saloons In Kalama. .The amount of taxable property in Albany, of all kinds, amounts to $733, 600. The nonulntion of Baker Cltv. Oroi-nn. j . , 0 I is inoretisiug, and new buildings are go ing up. According to the Orcgonlan Col. fihicl made a sad failure as orator on St. Pat rick's cay. St Patrick's Day was pretty trenerallv observed lust Monday by our Iri9h fel low citizens. There arc 4,820 children in Linn county between the ages of four and twoniy years. The whole fall of snow at Olympia during the past winter has been thirty five and a fourth inches. The cold weather during tho wi...

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. — 22 March 1872

FlTT77A....-flfi.taH, 1872. "There Was n Hose." BVStnS. s. it. H. MATT. "There iffl! 11 roe," she said, I,ike other roses, perhaps, to you. Nine years ago It was taint and red Avar In the cold dark dew. On thedtpuT Imsli Hhre-'It grcJv. "Never any roe before Was like the rose, very well I know; - Never anoiher rose any mora . Will blow as that rose did blow When the wet wind shook Iteo. " 'What do I want ?' Ah, what ? Why, I want that rose, ihnt wee one rose. uniy iiihl ruvc aqq mm, to t rose Is not Gotlknpws Where all tlie DlU?btnei goes. "I want thatroSfc soimueh: I would take the world back there to. Jlio When I saw it blush In the grass, to touch i It once in that fair fall light. And only once, lr I might. 'But a million marching men From the North and the South would arise And the daad would have to dlcagnin ? And the women' widowed cries Would trouble anew the skies ? "No matter. I would notcrire. i Were itnot better that this Hhould be? ' The sorrows of many the many bear, M...

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. — 29 March 1872

)t jjto jjjkttijaiesi HIM. A. J. DCMWAT, Editor and I'roprlflor OFriCE-Cor. Third and WowUIuRtou .St. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One rear.. Kir months. Tbree months- ?3 00 ..173 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable xerms. ELLEH DOWD, THETABMEB'S WIFE, Entered, according to the Act of Congress, In the year 1S72, by Mr. A. J. Duniway, In tbe Of- floe of the Librarian of Congrck at Washington CHAPTER XIII. The hired man proved a valuable as sistant, lie was thoroughly conversant with all the various avocations of the farm, and made himself so useful that Aunty Harris styled him a perfect treas ure. Everybody about the homestead liked him, except the dog. Ellen could not help but remember tliat a stranger had, long years before, excited just such a feeling of animosity In her good old Bouncer as this man had aroused in her present canine protector, and it was not -without some strange forebodings" that she regularly shut him In his kennel for the night. But her apprehensions seemed 111 fo...

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. — 29 March 1872

FRIDAY MARCH 29, 1872 OUE SECOND VOLUME. The season is now near at band when many hundreds of our subscriptions to the New Northwest will expire. We urge upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort now upon the part of each of our uumcr-1 ous readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all canceled and in the enjoyment of safe financial prospects for the future. "We could then bring a light heart to our work, to which, since we took up the load of financial care that a large news paper business requires, we have been a stranger. There arc also yet many de linquents upon our list men and women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toil for the past year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we say in respectful solicitude, tec need (lie money. The sum of three dollars is small to each of you, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred delin quents makes a sum of m...

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. — 29 March 1872

g$e fern IHxtlymBt FRIDAY MARCH 29. 1S72. The weather is delightful. Peas are in blossom at Olympia. "Walla "Walla wants a photographer. lAmbfir in Washington county is very scarce. Tlie Waldron Troupe are playing in Sfllam. Earthquakes just now are common in California. A Good Templars' Lodge has been es tablished at Cornelius. A postofllco has been established at Cresswell, Lane county. The base ball mania has again broken out among Oregon youths. The first municipal election at Kalama will be held on the 1st April. A telegraph line from Missoula, Mon tana, to Walla Walla is talked of. Albany papers deny that there are any coses of small pox in that city. The case of the Statevs. S. E. May has been continued till the June term, Sylvester Simpson has retired from the editorial charge of the Salem Mer cury. Qodetfs Lady's Booh for April is at hand. It is au unusually interesting numuer. At last accounts Mr. and Mrs. Bates were at the Motropolitaiu Theater, Sac ramento. Lane county r...

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. — 29 March 1872

AEGUMENT Of Isabella B. Hooker before the Senate ; . . Committee on Judiciary. Gentlemen of the Judiciary Commit tec? In accordance with your courteous in vitation of the 10th, I have the honor to present to you an argument upon this question: Are women entitled to vole under Vic United States Constitution, as amended) It is not important to inquire what was the status of women before the adoption of the fourteenth amendment. By that amendment they are clearly madecitizeus. No one denies this. The first section of the amendment is as fol lows: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the united States ana or the state wncrein they reside. NoStatesliall make or en force nuv law which shall abridge the privileges or Immunities of citizens of tl.n TT.,.fwl Stifle " The whole question is, what is the meaning of the term "citizen" as here used. The term Is familiar to law and politics, and the authorities are very num...

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. — 5 April 1872

Mia. A. J. LIMU'AT, Editor and Proprietor OrriCK-Cor. Third mill Wa-.liluCtou St. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One rear- -$3 00 1 751 1 00 Six months Three months... ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable I .lerroK. ELLEN DOWD, THE PABMEE'S WIFE. Entered, according to the ActofConrress.ln the year 1S72, by Mr. A. J. Dunlway, In the 0- nee or the Librarian or congress at Washington Ctty-1 rnAPTEit xiv. Ellen, assisted by Aunty Harris, had slyly secured aud packed away such ar 6 wu uuumnl in her superior experience considered necessary for her comfort. These things were tied up In a linen pillow case, for which a cover of dark calico was made, ,vPr of dark ,i0 anu ner unique traveling trunk was ready. "I feel dreadfully miserable, dearie," t .i i,- , ...... isam tue goou woman. "When your moiiicr ran away tho birds wereslnrfn, In the lilacs, and the springing grass was green and beautiful. The warm sunshine lit up everything with a sort of hazy brightness, and the white clouds lay back in great ...

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 April 1872

FRIDAY.. .,PKIL 5, 1S72. OUE SECOND VOLUME. The season is now near at band when many hundreds of our subscriptions to the 2f ew Northwest will expire. Wo urge upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort now upon the part of each of our numer ous readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all canceled and in the enjoyment of safe financial prospects for the future. "We could then bring a light heart to our work, to which, since we took up the load of financial care that a large news- paper business requires, we have been a stranger. There are also yet many de linquents upon our list men and women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toil for the pas.t year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we say in respectful solicitude, tec need tlte money. The sum of three dollars is small to each of you, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred 'delin quents makes a su...

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 April 1872

FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1872. Weather delightful. Montana has the small-pox. Portland lias music on the Plaza again. Butter is selling at Lcwiston at $1 50 per pound. The Albany Collegiate Institute is pros pering finely. A steam sash and door factory is to be started at Halsey. The U. P. Presbytery of Oregon met at Albany yesterday. A daily mail between Salem and La fayette is talked of. During March 120 arrests were made by the Portland Police. Ah article from thepen of "Go"nslance" will appear next week. Parties at "Walla "Walla offer forty cents a pound for the spring clip of wool. During the year 1871 the Y. SL, a A. of Portland received and disbursed SL OW. Mrs. Carrie F. Young is leoturing at present on the Michigan Temperance law. Frank 13. Hotlgkin has been engaged as local reporter for the Salem States man. T. I). Odeneal has received his com mission as Superintendent of Indian af fairs. There will be music on the Plaza next Saturday evening betweon 5:30 and C:30 o'clock. Jacob Co...

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 April 1872

...APRIL 5, 1872. ARGUMENT Of! ISxs. , Stanton before the Senate Jndi ciary Committee. Gentlcntai of the Judiciary Commit tea YVe appear before you at this time to call your attention to our memorial ask ing for a "declaratory act" that shall protect women in tho exercise of the right of suflrage. Benjamin F. Butler, early in the session, presented a hill in the House to this effect that may soon, in the order of legislation, come before you for consideration in the Senate of the United States. As you well know, women are demanding their rights as citizens to-day under the original Con stitution, believing that its letter and spirit, fairly Interpreted, guarantee the blessings of liberty to every citizen under our flag. But more especially do we claim that our title deed to the elective franchise is clearly given in the four 'teelith ' and fifteenth' amendments. Therein for the first time the Constitu tion defines the term citizen, and, in harmony with our best lexicographers, decla...

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