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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 July 1877

.FWI. I I I I' jl FRIDAY JULY 27, 1877. HOME NEWS. The city police are soon to be unl- formed in gray. Benator Saulsbury has departed over land for his borne in Delaware. Showers, refreshing to dwellers in the city, but annoying to farmers, have fallen during the week. Two hundred sacks of oats, the first of this year's crop, were brought down by the "City of Salem" on Tuesday. The "Elder" took out on her last trip 2,115 sacks and 339 bales of wool, the largest single shipment that has ever left this port. The open temperance society, under the presidency of Hon. J. F. Caples, holds interesting sessions on Saturday evening of each week. Senators Morton, McMillan and Sauls bury, accompanied by a number of citi zens, went up to The Dalles on Monday, returning on Tuesday evening. About 1,000 people were present at the camp-meeting in Powell's valley last Sunday. EQorts will be made to con tinue the meeting overanother Sunday. The exodus from this city to seaside and valley resorts and ...

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 July 1877

FRIDAY -JULY 27, 1877. LITTLE WOKBIES. Though many ills may hamper life When fortune turns capricious. The great but nerve ue for the strife. The small ones make us vicious. Fierce Briefs are soon outstripped by one Who through existence scurries; It's harder for a race to run With nimble "little worries." ! nressinir. You run to catch and losc-a train, Vi nat tataiiest or nurnesj, Your newest hat encounters rain Life's rull of "little -worries." From day to day some silly things Upset you altogether; There's naught so soon convulsion brln; As tickling with a leather. 'Gainst minor evils let him pray Who fortune's lavor curries For one that big misfortunes slay, Ten die of "little worries." God's Opportunity. BY THE AUTHOR OF "TIIK DEBWEST DIAMONDS." Mrs. Delalield looked out of the win dow, as she clipped her thread, and tho scissors fell from her hand. 'Oh! Maudie, I see Mr. Brompton coming. I haven't five dollars in the world. What shall we do V Maudie was a cripple. AH her brief...

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 August 1877

A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical lnOpposlngandExposlngtheWronBS UBS. A. J. UCS1WAT, Editor ano Proprietor. OFFICE Coe. Front Washington Streets TEBJIS, IN ADVANCE: of the Masses. One year. Six months . hree months... ..$3 00 175 1 00 CorreSDondents writlncover assumed sienn tures must make known their names to the ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOITCO-E VI. FOJEtrrXsAJSOD, OIWEGOIY, DPKIIA.Y, VXJOXJST 3, 1877. 2VTJMI5EX5. . Edltor.or no attention will Do given to theii communications. Terms. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. MARTHA MARBLEHEAD The Maid and Matron or Cbebalem. By Mrs. A.J. DUNIWAY, AUTIXOB OF "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN DOWD," "AMIE AND HENRY LEE," "THE HAPPY HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "MADGE MORRISON," ETC, ETC., ETC Entered, according to Act or Congress, In the year 1877, by Mrs. A. J.Dunlway, in the office of the Librarian orCongress at Washi...

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 August 1877

.1 FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1877. NOTICE. Agents will please take notice that It Is a gneat tax upon us to pay express charges upon mall gums. and they will confer a great favor Uv remitting to ns through money orders or registered letters. UP THE "HILLJttFFIOULTY." Nothing is more certain than that, if women are to make success in any walk of life, they must contend with and overcome not only difficulties, but disa greeables; that it Is easier, pleasanter, and more natural to womankind to live In retirement, nursing the unobtrusive virtues, than to go forth and do battle with the world for a maintenance. Un fortunately, however, many of the most naturally retiring women are forced by circumstances which are inexorable to emerge from the retirement of home, however grateful this may be to their feelings, and work out their own des tiny earn their own subsistence. It is a cruelty indeed that these women, in addition to the obstacle raised by their own timidity and inexperience, must fight st...

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 August 1877

FRIDAY .-AUGUST 3, 1877. HOMEHEWS. The flsbiDg season is about over. See card of Sidney Dell, Esq., in an other column. Senator McMillan and wife departed on the "Chester." Walter Moflett intends soon to take up his permanent residence iu Honolulu. James A. Smith, county clerk, issued ten marriage licenses during the month of July. The "Elder" brought 61 cabin and 147 steerage passengers, and 750 tons of as sorted cargo. A Chinaman who was run over at the fire on Saturday morning has since died of his injuries. There were 133 arrests made by the police during the mouth of July. Drunk and disorderly, 95. It is rumored that Profesor Anderson, late of the High School, will move to Seattle to take charge of the school there. Mr. Cruzan will take a vacation in August, during which time the Congre gational Church in this city will be closed. Captain Wilkinson, of General How ard's staff, passed Sunday in this city, and departed again for the front on Monday. Bert's Dramatic Company will 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. — 3 August 1877

u FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1877. Mr. and Mrs. Popkins. If ever a man married a wife in a hurry John Popkius did; not even get ting bis hair cut, aud she without a new dress for the occasion. They had many love-passages before the matter came to the notice of Miss Blancliard's aunts. Bitterly opposed were they to the sug gested alliance. Their regard for the suitor could readily be perceived by the contemptuous emphasis they placed upon the first syllable of his. unaristo cratic name. "Popkius, indeed ! and red hair, too !" A kind of midsummer madness pos sessed the girl, from which she would be sure to wake. But the uncles re garded the gawky clerk with disfavor, not from an artistic but from a business pointof view. Mollie's persistent fancy might have worn away in contention had not a crisis arrived. John and his brother Sam received a fine offer to go to China, there to grow yellow and rich; an opportunity seized by the latter with out demur, and half accepted by John, who confessed his ...

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 August 1877

A Journal for the People. Devoted to tho Interests of Humanity. Indopendont in Politics and Religion. Alive to all IJve Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the "Wrongs of the Masses. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: Ono year.. -S3 00 175 1 00 Six months hree months.- Correspondents wrltlngover assumed slgna tares mast make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME VI. POTlTZLiVISTD, OREGON, JTBIDAY, -A.TJGTJST lO, 1ST"?'. NUMBER 48. A. J. DCXIWAT, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICB-Con. Feojtt & "Washixgton Streets Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. MARTHA MARBLEH EAD : The Hall and Matron or Cnehalem. Br Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR OF "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN DOWD," "AMIE AND HENRY LEE," "THE HAPPY HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "MADGE MORRISON," ETC., ETC., ETC. Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office ol the Librarian of Congress at Was...

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 August 1877

2 Sfii FRIDAY -AUGUST 10, 1877. XOTICE. Agents -will please take notice that It is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon mall sums, and they -will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. A MULTITUDE J)F 00UKSEL0ES. If advice, gratuitous, abundant, and oft-repeated could accomplish that which those who so freely offer it have confidence that its observance would, surely the New Northwest would march through groves of bay and laurel to Immortality. Unfortunately, how ever, for the realization of the hopes of these advisers, the editor, sitting in her sanctum and making the conduct of the paper a specialty, is, after weighing this, hearkening to that and replying to the other, forced to conclude that in dividual judgment in carrying on a newspapsr is indispensible to success so feigning a meekness she does not feel, she listens, returns thanks and de pends upon herself. Breaking the seal but now of a letter from a good friend who ha...

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 August 1877

.AUGUST 10, 1877. HOKBNEWS. Since the opening of St. Vincent's Hospital 791 patients have been ad mitted. A splendid opportunity to visit tbe Bay City. First cabin fare, $10, steer age, $5, on either line of steamers. Tiie newspaper department of the Portlaud Library is opened on Sundays. One dollar per month will pay for tbe privileges of the rooms. Senator Mitchell is on his way home overland aud is expected to arrive in this city on Saturday evening. He will be welcomed by many frieuds. Hlgby has been overhauled at Em pire City. He is under indictment for perjury, and will be brought to this city for trial by the United States Mar shal. Mr. J. C. Moreland has been ap pointed City Attorney by the Common Council in tbe place of John M. Gearin, who has occupied tbe position for two years. The State Agricultural Society will rent the booths on the Fair Grounds to the highest bidders on tbe 23d inst. The auction will take place at the Fair Grounds. The open temperance meetings on Satu...

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 August 1877

FRIDAY AUGUST 10, 1877. THERE COMES A TIME. There comes a time when we crow old, And, like a sunset down the sea. Slope gradual, and the night wind cold Comes whlsperlngly, sad and chillingly, And locks are gray As winter's day. And the eyes of saddest bine behold The leaves, all weary, drift away, And Hps of faded coral say: There comes a time when we grow old, There comes a time when Joyous hearts. Which leaped as leaped the laughing main. Are dead to all save memory, As prisoner In his dungeon chain. And dawn of day Hath passed away. The moon hath Into darkdess rolled. And, by the embers warm and gray, I hear a voice In whisper say: There comes a time when we grow old. There comes a time when manhood's prime Is shrouded in the mist of years, And beauty, fading like a dream. Hath passed away in silent tears; And then, how dark ! Bntoh 1 the spark That kindled youth to hues of gold Still burns, with clear and steady ray, And fond affections, lingering, say: There comes a time when ...

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 August 1877

Wm fiascos! A Journal for tbo People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent in roUtlcs and Religion. &Uva to all Live Issues, and Thorough; -Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wronj -of the Masses. Has. a. j. DC51WAT, Kanof "a Proprietor. OFFICE Con. Feoitt A Wasiiiicgtox Streets TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year Six months. 3 00 1 75 1 00 tree months.. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed sfgn.i tares must make known their names to tli Editor, or no attention will be given to-the . communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. VOLTOIE VI. POT,T:LA.lVD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST IT, lSTY. NU1VIBER 49 . MARTHA M ARBLEH EAD : The Malil and Matron or Cbchalem. Bl" Mrs. A.J. DTJNI WAY, AUTHOR OP "JUDITH BEID," "ELLEN DOWD," "AMIE AND HENRY LEE," "THE HAPPY HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "MADQE MORRISON," ETC, ETC, ETC Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, by Mrs. A. J. Duniway, in the office oi the Librarian o...

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 August 1877

n FRIDAY -AUGUST 17, 1877. notice. Agents will please take notloe that It Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges npon small sums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. WIDENING HEE SPHEEE. " The condition of working women, the whys and wherefores of their sad lot, the meager wages paid them compared with those paid men for like services, Is attracting comment and drawing out opinions from various sources showing clearly that the leaven of human liberty is working with the element of human selfishness, and that the right of might is being questioned. Those who ere while looked on with stolid indifference, or at most with a momentary twinge of pity, at the bard task-master which cus tom hassetover thelabors of women who must work, or starve, or beg, or worse, now give the question careful thought, and in many instances urge the break ing of the tyrannical bounds that have beenet to woman's endeavors, and ad vocate givi...

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 August 1877

3 Ripest FRIDAY. .,..,AUGUST 17, IS77, HOME NEWS. Peaches of excellent quality are now plentiful. Wages of employes on the O. C. K. R. have been reduced 10 per ceut. Wheat in considerable quantities is dally arriving in this city by boat and rail. Several ships will shortly 1 eave San Francisco to load with wheat at this port. Sixteen soldiers, wounded in the bat tles of the 11th and 12th of July, have been returned to Vancouver. Senator Morton was to have left San Francisco ou the 7th for home, hut was detained on accouutof illness. The travel between this port and San Francisco both ways is immense; it is cheaper to travel than to stay at home. Owing to the confusion incident to the removal of their stables, the street cars have not run later than 10 P. M. this week. Hon. Joslah Falling died at his resi dence in this city on Tuesday evening, the 14th inst., aged 71 years. He had resided here since 1851. Captain Grooms, of the police force, publishes an unqualified denial of the da...

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 August 1877

! Friday august 17, is7. The Man Who Wasn't Happy. Once there lived upon this earth a man named St. Simon Smith, aud be wasn't happy! I dou't kuow that he had any special right to happiness, but be thought he had, and meantto have it. For the first twenty-five or twenty eight years after his birth he bad no time to be happy, but bad to employ himself getting whipped through school and making money enough to live on. When be was whipped up six feet high, and rich enough to be happy, be set about trying to be so. Many men have not enough money to be comfortable at twenty-eight, but for that matter they never do get enough to be comfortable. Now, St. Simon, by that smartness which this great and glorious country adores, had got enough, and be set out to enjoy himself while he was young, knowing that if he tarried till sixty-six, like the patriarch Jacob did, and then cut such capers, he wouldn't get put in the Scriptures as an example ! Besides, he felt strongly inclined to run while t...

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 August 1877

Wat Hess fed test tef s tail v-ert S KUS. 1. J. Dl'XIWAT, JMHor and Proprietor. OFFICE Cuk. Fkokt a Washington Streets TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year. Six months ree months.. J3 00 .. 1 75 .. 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable rerms. MARTHA MARBLEHEAD: The Maid and Matron or Chehalem. Br Mrs. A.J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR Of "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN DOWD,' "AMIE AND HENRY LEE," "THE HAPPV HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "MADGE MORRISON," ETC, ETC, ETC Entered, according to Act of Congress, inthe year 1877, by Mrs. A. J. Dunl way. In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER IX. Martha Jones nee Marblebead set her self about preparing the evening meal with heavy heart, aching feet, and tired back. No slave in a coffle gang, no bond woman in a cotton field, or en forced colored mistress of a white task master, ever felt more keenly than she the throes of struggling freedom. "I'd give a million worldsforliberty!" she cried, as, hastening hither, and thitber in her quadr...

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 August 1877

FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1877. XOTICE. Agents will please take 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. H0EA0EGEEELEY. Great men', like great political par ties, seem destined for only one line of usefulness during tbeir period of exist ence. "When a great political organiza tion starts out upou a particular princi ple or theory, it bends all its energies to the accomplishment of its one idea, and, this assured, it relapses into a state of chronic respectability, so well satisfied with what it has done that it not only has no disposition to go higher, but be comes an implacable foe to the party that, scaling its own heights, sees yet farther and aspires to yet greater prog ress. The Republican party was born to re store the Union aud establish equal rights for the black man. This much can be safely asserted because it has been proven. This party tacitly cla...

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. — 24 August 1877

FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 18771 HOME NEWS. Jacob Mayer Is looked for by the next trip of the "Elder." Mr. Heme and Miss Wilton returned to San Francisco by the "Elder." W. B. Higby has been taken from the city jail and placed in the county jail. The Commercial Beporter came out enlarged and much improved last week. H. B. Duni way, foreman of this ofllce, has indulged in a flying visit to the Bay City. Twelve wheat ship3 are expected to arrive here from San Fraucisco this month. The Adveutists are still holding forth in their tabernacle, and drawing crowds nightly. Fishel, of the firm of Fishel & Rob erts, is below buying goods. Look out for bargains when he returns. Residents in the vicinity of Ninth and Salmon streets complain of the vandalism of a crowd of hoodlums. It Is reported that the Evening Tele gram has changed hands. We are not advised as to its present management. Rev. Mr. Daniels, a Presbyterian minister, preached very acceptably in the Baptist pulpit last Sunday evening. 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. — 24 August 1877

She $k?s $o$K35esi Friday august 24, 1877. Our Great-Grandmother's Story. BT SAKAII B. IIOLlr. "So thee wants to hear thee grand mother's tale once more? Aye, aye, this war talk brings up old memories that have slumbered for many a year. Tes, that is a piece of the very gown I wore the day Abiel "Wheeler went to fight so gayly, and came baek " "Well, but grandmother, begin at the very beginning, won't you ?" "Aye patience, patience, children. An old woman must e'en tell a story her own way. This was how it all came about: "John Wheeler Ablel's father, thee knows was a hard man and a grasping. His lands joined ours, and he was for ever findingsome matter to make a law suit about, forever throwing hard words at my father and doing all be could to trouble and annoy him. His sons, too, were always provoking my broth ers, Luke and Matthew, till it was all the dear, patient lads could do to forbear smiting them, go thee may believe when we grew up, and Ablel all at once took to joining me...

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. — 31 August 1877

I 'I UBS. A. J. DCMffAI. 4or ana Proprietor. OFFICE CjJi. Front & 'XASiiUfGTON Stkekts TF.RMS, IN ADVANCE: A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all JUve Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In OpposlngandExposlngthoWronps of the Masses. One year. S'.x months. J3 00 175 1 00 Iree months.. Correspondents writing over assumed slgua tures must make known their names to the Editor.or no attention will be given to the'i communications. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. 3? ORTXiAND , OREGON, "FRIDAY, A.UGTTST 31, 1877. NTOIBER 51. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. . . . i MARTHA MARBLEH EAD: The Msld and Matron of Cbehalem. B V Mas. A. J. DUKIWAY, AUTHOR OP "JUDITH HEID," "ELLEN tOffO," "AMIE AND HENBY LEE," "THE UAPrr HOME," "OSE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "MADGE MORRISON," ETC., ETC., ETC. Entered, according to Act of Congress.ln the year 1877, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office ol the Librarian of Congress at...

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. — 31 August 1877

A CHAPTER OF HOEEOE. FRIDAY ADGCST31, 1ST7. XOTICE. Agents mi please tase notice tnat it is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor j by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. "ME. NANOY SMITH." We wonder if any husband ever stops to think how it would seem to so change the condition of matrimonial affairs as to put himself in the legal, domestic and financial situation of his wife thus: Suppose Mr. Joliu Jones marries Miss Nancy Smith, and by virtue of the con tract becomes forever thereafter Mr. Nancy Smith, instead of Mr. John Jones. Then, suppose that, from the date of marriage, the financial fruit of all his earnings and savings belonged exclu sively, through law and custom, to Mrs Nancy Smith, who would not hesitate to appropriate them to suit her own in clinatiou, satisfying herself, should he sometimes venture to complain, by say ing, "My dear, don't you have every thing you need? "Why should you de ...

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