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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 January 1878

FRIDAY JANUARY 25, 1878, NOTICE. D. II. Seanc U authorised tollelUnr aaent for the advertising department or lbl paper mm aoa atier aw data. HOMEJEWS. Ketnetntver Prof. Halnruner'H oirec balortliiy eveoiug. It is reported tbat eroup is quite prev alent among the chlHlreti ol tula city and vicinity. A verv enjoyable sociable was given at toe r irst uptil uuuran last Vl nesday evening. .A ball for tbe benefit tit the German school in tuts city will be Riveti next Monday evening at Turn Hallo. Rev. Mr. May will lecture at tbe Betl Ierael Synagogue next Sumluy evening at 7 P. M., on tlie subject, "Hie mini enee of Our Education." Mm. Henry Stilzel, of this city, died last Monday morning at eight o'clock. She leaven a husband and a large clrele of friends to mourn her departure. The steamship "Idaho" arrived last Tuesday morning about one o'clock. She is advertised to sail hence for San Fraucifcco to-day (Friday) at 6:30 A. M. Mr. El lot's second lecture of the course, upon Dr. Scuilemau...

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. — 25 January 1878

FRIDAY ..JANUARY 25, 1878. .0M AWAl. I seeth-- f inn-house, rod and old, Atoveth roof it maples sway; The bills l '-1 ) ml are bleak and cold, Tlii- wind -nin uy and din away. I gaze in each m ply room, A nd as I 4.1c u gnawing pain I at, my in art. at thought of those v hu ne'er vli; pass Uie doors i nd, strolling down the ore he re1 atope, . wide a likeness grief will crave.) Each dead leaf seems a wllhsii il hope, y.M-tx mossy hillock looks a grave. They will not hear me If I Ml ; They will not see these lean thai start; Tin winter winter with It all And wois.- than winter In my heart. .)li! leave;, o dry, and dead, and sere! I ran recall home happier hoar. When summer's nngefd here. And summer's beauty touched the nowers. Adown the slope of a slender shape Danced lightly, with her dying curia. And manhood's deeper tones were blent With the gay laugh of happy girl. j Oh! stolen meetings at the gate! Ob! lingerings In the open floor! 1 Ob! nioonliicbt rambles long and late! My hea...

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 February 1878

H . X. J. MNIWIT, tMKar and Proprietor JKP1CE CoR.FttOStT.1 WASSlseToxSTKSRrj TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One yew..... tx months Tiree month . -9 .. 1 7 ..ice ADVERTISEMENTS Innetted on HwwnnMe rerma. HER LOT OIL, JfoH Hiie Itrotecteil. By lias. A. J. DOXTWAY. Arrnom of "Judith kkid," "blxkk mwd," "1XU! AHD HXXKT UEC," "THI KarFT KOJCK," "OJTK WOMAN'S SrHKKK," "u xowaox," ITT., ETC., ETC Entrod,acoordtngto Act of Contrea,ln tb JlJ,by Mr. A. J. Dnnlway, intboomoeof the Librarian of Osngren at Washington City. CHAPTER L My father, though not a frw-holder, wm a favorite tenant upon the vast landed estates of Lord Bothwick, an English gentleman of haughty de meanor, but of more than average phi I aotbropy for a person in his position, who accorded to oar family a house more pretentions than our neighbors', where I had lived from iufancy to the time of the opening of this story iu an uneventful sort of way, quite common to the English peasantry. Somehow, I think it detracts from the highest nobil...

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 February 1878

XXI FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, IS7S. XOTICE. Acer i will please lak notice that It Is a great tax upon us to pajr express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor tr remllUnc to ns through money orders or registered letters. PBOGBE88. Nut only does tbe ringing letter from .Senator Mltelielt elsewhere published sound the key note of early triumph from Washington, but tho daily papers of tbe convention week are filled with enthusiastic comments and respectful editorial mention, sufficient to gllden tbe heart of every friend of liberty. The Washington .Star says: "The "Woman Suffrage question will be a great political Issue some day. A move ment In the direction of alleged rights fay a body of American citizens canuot be forever checked, even though its progress for many years may be very gradual. There are so many sound ar guments to be advanced In favor of Woman Sufi rage that it cannot fail in time to le weighed as a matter of pol icy after it shall have been overwhelm in...

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 February 1878

sas FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1S7S. HOMEjSTEWS. Footpads Imve become uuitleasuully numerous of late. Dr. Breiian lectured Wednesday evening at Good Templars' Hall to a good audieuee. Tbe interest io the revival meeting now being held at the East I'ortluml jr. E. Cliureli continues uuabated. Mies Buckingham's engagement at New Market Theater closed Saturday evening after au unusually Miccessful season. The "Old PiofessorV' soirees, In the Centennial block, are now the favorite resort of all those who wish to spend a pleasant Saturday evening. See the new advertisement of Miss II. Menefee iu another column. Last week oor typo, by mistake, gave the title of Mr. She demurs, awl we apologize. A Working Meu's Club has been or ganized in this city, and at the last meeting it wa determine to nave nothing whatever to do with polities. A. Roberts, Em., of the firm of Flsliel ft Roberts, left on the "Elder" Tuesday evening for a trip through Southern California, expecting to be absent about two mouth...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY FEBRUARY J, 1S7S. cri. Guy Is our Chinese boy; Hhy, Reserved, with almond Eye; Ls not Inclined to Lie; Will sometimes wtalne and Klfh vt his won. Til Dry And uo romantic I Find wage "re ao Hcb. As yet we moat Rely For help on boy like Oay. It may be, by and By. We can afford to Try Some fascinating. And charming helper. Why This bloater, hoe and 'Galon aJlvnothua sup Fly Themselves with help ? An-Tl- Coolleitea. we re Ply ' To your demands : "Yon Try Dishwashing, wiping Dry The kitchen floor. Draw Nigh. And see and pity My Good neighbor, who re- Ly Alone for help on Tie Sine Wo,' 'John' or 'Kara Shy.' Do not to tbem de- Thls needluf help, but Vie To aid and bless tbem. Ayr ! Justly deal with nil H'h . And low, rich and poor." My Hong or sermon now Close with this reason Why I thus lift upa Cry: If nil most so or Die. Please pass uk kindly By, To keep In peace our Uny. l L Marin County Journal. Woman's Day in tbe Senate. On Tuesday tbe morning Journals an nounceu that that wou...

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. — 8 February 1878

iv' eta s Hfta. A. J. HUM WAT. Kdltor and Proprietor 3 FFICX -Cob. Fbost & Washisstun S bebi A Journal for the People. UevotadtothejBtereaUor Humanity. Independent In Pojltles and Religion. Alive to all Live Issnec, and ThoroaRhl. Radical In Oppoctafand Exposing t be Wrong of the Xaaaes. TKKSIS. IN ADVANCE: On yaar. ,. nx atontbs. Tim moatta.. .IN Pbkb Spbecii, Free Phess, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed algna tnres mast nuke known tbelr mimes to tbe Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVKBXIBBMKNTBlBMrtedoa ItSMeaaMe VOIitDEE VII. POTiTJLAJNTD, OREGON. ITXtrDA-Y, FEBRUARY !t, 187S. ISXTM33ER. SI. HER LOT OS, Hon She Prelected. Br Mb. A. J. DUNIWAT. ACTBOB or "JCDITH BEID," "BU.BX DOffD,' "ABIE AXD BEXKT LBE," "THE HAPPY HOBE," font WOMAN'S SPHEBE," "MAOSB XOBUSOX," fEptered, according o Act of Oongiw, In the year 1U78, by Mm A. J. Dunlwajr, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER n. I sprang np in Midde...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1878. Agerm will p!eae lake notice that It I a grat mx upon a to pay express charged upon small cams, and they will confer a great favor br rerouting to us through money orders or registered letters. HABDTIMES. "While so much Is being said by every body about remonetizatlon, demonetiza tion, stagnation, resumption, Inflation, and collapse, and all manner of confu bton concerning the financial condition of tUe couutry is rife, of which all can talk much, and nobody knows anything, we want to join the Innumerable throng of croakers, and make our little speech, aa well as the rest of raanklud. First, then, let us follow the usual track of states ruanlikeorlginality by copying the statements of a mathematical phenome non. We clipped them from the True Xtizen, a paper, by the way, which everybody ought to read : A deposit of money lor fifty years, at rates of Interest indicated below (the Interest being added to tite principal at tbe end or eaeb year) would brine the s...

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 February 1878

i i ii aa $c Urn foxfym&l FRIDAY. .FEBRUARY 8, 1878. HOMENEWS. Jesse Shepherd will mve anotlier grand concert on Suurjay evening next. James A. Ward will be the reoipteut ot a lustier) l baiuruay evening at -Sew MarKutinwter. Mr. J. J. Wallace, the popular char aeter aetor, sailed for San Francisco lust atifHlay ou tlie "Adoou." Rev. Mr. May's lecture Sunday even Iok at tlie Uetb Israel Synagogue was well attended, lie liundleu Ills subject, "The Intlueuce of Education," in an able manner. Mrs. Dr. Burr is buildlnc up an ex- teuttive practice in 1'ortlaud. She is of the Homeopathic School, anil Is the only lady physician of this order in the city. Adherents of Homeopathy would do well to consult her. "Little Eva," who has been the prime attraction at the Xew Market Theater in Uncle Tom's Cabin durinr the week. is the daughter of Mrs. Trengrove, of uh Ilert dramatic troupe. Tue child is but six years old, yet she performs the part perfectly. An organization called the "Willam ett...

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 February 1878

ilea? ttert(HJe5t. bas been enslaved and degraded, so of ten uavecivu ana ecclesiastical barbar ity enveloped tbo nation in darkness, reinfilRlnn. nrul rtnialtv "T?.w. . wuimniBV o ICTR If 11- 1 . -" . ".'. (TKiKAi . i jiui.u.i iianu s paimiesc aaya were wtien ruled oy tier gooa iueeu .Elizabeth, and none THE TWO GLASSES. There sat two glasses SI led lo the brim, 00 h rich man's table, rim to rim; One was ruddy and red as blood. And one was clear as the crystal flood. Said toe el am of win to the paler brother, "Let n tell the tales of the to each other; 1 ran tell of banquet and revel ami mirth. Ami the nraudeat and grandest mala on earth Fell under my touch as though struck by blight. Where I wa king, for I ruled In might. Tlie Law ol Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to I continue tbelr subscriptions. 2. iranysubserlbersordertbeUlseontlnuance I of their newspapers, the publisher may con-j tlnue to sead them until 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. — 15 February 1878

A JonrnalfortbePeople. lie voted to tbe Interests of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughl Radical In Oppostngand Exposing the Wrongs ol tbe Masses. MM. X. J. IWXIWAY, 4Har and Preprletor 0 PFICE -Cob. Front A WasmntonSthbets TERMS, IN ADVANCE : One year.. JIM Mx moaUu. -17 -lie Ttrae aaontha.. Free Speech, Free Press, Free People. Correspondents writing over aasnmed signa tures mast make known their naraas to tbe Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMENTS I nrtt en rteaaogahle vox-time vn. rOTiTXVTSD, OREGON, TTTt-TDATF, FEBBU.VKY 15, 1878. Term a. HER LOT Hour filie oa. Protected. Bt Mas. A. J. DOSIWAY. ACTHOB or "JUDITH BD," "IUKX DOWD," "AKia Ant KBmnr us," "the happt OSUt," WO JCANa SFH as," "KADOC MOBBnOB," arc., ail etc Enterad.aeeording to Act oT Coiuiij. In the year 1878, bjr Mrs. A. J. Danlwar, la the offleaof the Librarian orOoacreu at Wuhlngton City. CHAPTER III. The eoatoms of advanced ...

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 February 1878

.FEBRUARY IS, 167S. XOTICE. Agertu 'wlU please take BOtiee that it Is a great tax upon ui to pay expreee charges upon smal 1 rams, and lhf will confer a great favor br remitting to ne through money orders or registered letters. POOE TUEKEY ! Struggling through the revolutions of the later years In a vain endeavor to maintain Uer erewliilo proud position as one of the leading powers of this ter restrial cioa, a blind devotee of Moham med awl a blind devotee of her harems; poor in puree, effeminate in strength. and desperate in war, she, who has leaned upon England in the past and oeen supported, looks to Droud Brit tauia for further protection lu vain. The lime or uer tribulation is indeed come All along thepresent century, whether tue auacKlng rorce that fitted out its expeditions against the Turks was com posed of the soldiers of Russia, Austria, or 1 ranee, England has interfered when ever the Crescent was in danger of being overridden by the Cross, aud demand Ing fair play for he...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1878. HOMBHEWS. The present dramatic season will close on the nielit of the 22d lust. Prof. Allen won the walking match at Emmet Guard Armory lostSaturday. There are about thirty oases to be In vestigated before the grand jury at Its present session. Archbishop IllaiMshet officiated at the itinera! service held at the Cuthedral In this city Monday, iu respect to the memory of Pius IX. The Incorporation of the Willamette Bridge Company have been assessed live dollars each to defray the neces sary ami incidental expenses. It is now settled that the west side railroad will be extended through to Dixie, In Polk county, twenty-six miles south of the prevent terminus. The Women's Guild or St. David's Parieh, East Portland, will give an en tertainment at Odd Fellows' Hall, Weduebday evening, February 20th. Commodore and Major Nutt have been apfieariug at New Market Theater, in connection with llert's troupe, lu some of. their specialties. They are im mense. The incorrig...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY... .FEBRUARY 16, 1S7S. SCANDAL. FROM THE TKOLOGCE TO THE 8ATIBK8." Cura-d be the verse, how well MTM It flow. Thai lends to make one worthy man my foe. Give virtue aeandal, Innocence a fear, str rn.m th- sort-eved vinrtn Meal a tear! But lie who faurtu a harm lea neighbor's peace, Insults alien wonn or Deawy in uiwres. Who lines a lie, lame slander 'help about, Who a libel, or who copies oat; Thai (op whose pride aflfoet a patron's name Yet alivnt wounds an author's hornet fame: Who ran your merit selfishly approve. And show the senator 11 without th love; Who ha tbe realty to call yon friend, Yei wants the honor. Injured, to defend : Who lel la whate'eryou tnlnk, wbate'er yon say aiiu, 11 uv iiv uu,, laim mi intu imnif ; Who to tbe Dean and stiver bell ean swear. And sees at Canons what never was there; Who read but with a Inst to misapply. Make satire a lampoon, and Action lie; A lash like mine no honest man shall dread. But all such babbUnc blockheads In his stead. I Alexa...

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 February 1878

tSmm l)t trx) Hottest 8. v. J. " IIW.T. MlMr and froprWor 3 FFICB CobFuoxt A WASHMOTos8nan A Journal for th e People. Devoted to the Interest! of Unman Ity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Ulvorto all Live lasses, and Thoroughly IUUIcahn Oppostagand Exposing the Wron gs ot the Mwi. TEBX8, IN ADVANCE: One year. us. auimu. Tine month.. .1H - 19 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted oa Reasonable Terms. HER LOT; Ilotr Hhe on. Protected. Br Xtt A. J. DUKIWAY. author of "jrnrrH xkid," "nxra Down," "AMIS AXD HDOT Ut," "IHI HAPPY Horn," "Vnra womah's srHKKE, "HXDCI MOBKMOV," BTC., BTCt KTC Entered, according to Act of Com"".'" U year 1878, by Mn. A-J. Danlway, lathe o(Bof the Ubrarlan of Congress al Washington City. Pure speecit. Free Phr, Fkek People. volume vn. PORTLAND, OREGON, ITRXD.VY, FEBKU.VRY S5, 1878. NTJ3IBER CHAPTER IV. T had beea taught from ray earliest childhood to fear and abhor drunken ness. Indeed, it was to me the very acme of the expression of original bin. Very seldom had I see...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1678. noticu. Agent will ji'eane take noliee that It It a notMiipoo u to pajrxpre ebarges upon 8inllms. nd Ihey vrtt confer RRreat fror br remitting to u thro 041 money order or regUiarcd letter. WOMEN INOOUNOTL. The flfUi annual convention of the Oregon State Woman Suffirage Asso ciaUou has passed Id to history, and we are pleased and proud to chronicle it as one of tiie most successful meetings of the kind which we have ever had the good fortune to attend. After the first unfavorable greeting, whleh was owing to unavoidable delay on the part of the committee 00 reception, the meetings progressed daring the three days and evenings allotted to them witliout a passing jar. Mrs. IL A. Lougliary, who is one of the moat thorough parliamentarians of this or -any age, completed her second term to the extreme satisfaction of her constituents, who would have been gratified had she consented to eerve for a third term. This lady Is ths Patrick Henry of the new dispensation...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 187S. HOMEKEWS. Tbe "Adcoii" leaves forSau Franclseo to-day (Friday) at 4:30 p. m. Fifty persons signed the temperance pledge last Saturday evening. The Congregational dime toolablc, which took place last Tuesday evening, was a complete success. Our Trisli eitisens are preparing to celebrate St. Patrick's day lu an appro priate and lively manner. Mrs. Dunlway took the Monday even ing train for Salem, since which time this office baa, had to run Itself. Tbe back and partially unimproved streets in tile southern porttou of the city are in an almost impassable condi tion. Tbe common council have approprl priated $8,000 for tbe purpose of con structing a new engine-house for Wil lamette Company No. 1. J. It. Robinson, an old and favorite actor with Portland theater-goers, made hie appearance, at New Market Theater laat Monday evening, after au absence of Ave years. Visiting cards with your picture in serted is tbe latest novelty. Children's pictures taken in one seco...

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 February 1878

FRIDAY. .FEBRUARY 187S. THE HOHE (OMEBT. Well, Tom, my boy, I iunt say good-bye. I've had a wonderful visit litre; Enjoyed It, too. as well as I could. Away from all thai my heart holds dear. Maybe I've been a trifle rough A little awkward, your wire would say And very likely I've mimed the hint or your city polish day by day. d But (somehow, Tom, though the aan old roof sheltered us both when we were boys. And the same dear mother-love watched US both. Sharing our childish griefs and Joys, Yet you are almost a stranger now; Your ways aad mine are a far apart Ah though we had never thrown an arm About each other with loving heart. Your city home I a palace, Tom; Your wife and children are fair to see; You couldn't breathe in the Utile cot. The little home that belongs to me. And I am lost In your grand, large boose. And dazed with the wealth on every side. And I hardly know my brother Tom, Iu the midst of to much stately pride. Ye, the concert was grand, last night. The singing sple...

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 1878

'I i MM. A. J . StXIWAT, KiHtor and Proprietor OFFICE Co. VONTfc WASH ix&tonSthbet TKRMS, IN" ABVAKCE: Oe yaar- .$(00 1 TS T?ree iwtti,, ASTBKnBEMKMTSlBMrtadOB Reasonable i.'erme. HER LOT OB, Vn How Slio Protected. Br Mbs. A. J. DUXIWAY. AUTHOR or "JUDITH MOD," "SIJ.I.N BOWD, "AJtlE AJTD HEVRT I.CK," "THIS HArfT KOMEfOHB WOMAN'S SPHERE," "KAMI MonnoK," RfC, ETC ETC pCatcred, according to AcofCongre,ln the year 187k, by Mr. A. J. Dani way. In the offiee of tk Librarian of Co ocrw at Washington City. CHAPTER V. My limbs ml and I recovered from both indisposition ami weariness, and life on ship board returned to Us accus tomed channels. Occasionally we bad religious service In tbe cabin upon week evenings, and always upon Sundays. Elder Chalmers, by right of hie superior age, took pre cedence over Dr. Motley on all Impor tant occasions, and bis fierce excoria tions of original sin, which burn In my memory until this day, made a gloomy impression upon us that scarcely ever wholly le...

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 1878

FRIDAY - MARCH 1, IS7S. NOTICE. Agent will p!eae take notice that It Is treat tax upon as to psy express charges upon smal ltnmt. and they will confer a greet favor bv remitting to as through money orders or registered letters. THE TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. The annual proceedings of the Oregon State Temperance Alliauce have again passed into history, leaving much seed in the minds of many hitherto unwill ing listeners in favor of giving the bal- iot to woman, that she may be euabled, by Its power in her own hands, to de feud herself from the ravages of drunk enness in her own home. With the ex ception a few self-opinionated Rever ends, who see their only show for a con tlnuation of unbridled personal power I 'J the continued subjugation of woman, there was 110 opposition to this princi pie, and even this unholy selfishness was overborne by other clergymen who are willing and affxious to obey Jesus rather than Paul. But man's rights doctrine dies as hard in the mind of the temperance or r...

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