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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 9 September 1880

THURSDAY SEWKMUER 9, lBbO. LOCAL HEWS. Judgo Deatiy Im-s rs turned from lilg , trip te Alaska. Ojrs In mil utjles are offered AlMty fc Hegele. by See tha u MRtauiHlrte! shirts at Oldd Riag'a Third etreet store. Tb night i-ehool eoooeete! with the Chlnaae Mission U mow uKtu. Many apfttiaatlous for epaee lu the XecbauicV Fair have been made. The dock of the O. It A N. Co. will eana be lllumluateil by the electric light. Th iBteroal revenue olleotiona io Ui city during August amounted to sWjtSB. The bui report k that President llnym and party will eonie overland to Oregon. Ooorgo Ilerrall is under bonds to a Dower the charge of defrauding the revenue. The State Horticultural Society will mako a display of fruits and plant at l MMbaoloc' Fair. Rev. J. L Parish of Salem will shortly renmee to thk city, where tie win naatde permanently. Mr. 0. F. Paxton baa roue to Salem to bio elainie for the poslliou of Pkwni w -1 .1... Prhh.ot Have, has telegraphed Wayr Thorn ron that he exiiecU 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. — 9 September 1880

.1 f f . lft..lVMs. ,Al VC9 !Wl k. - - -W - 1 .MAIM. llui iliiassna ill la beroyea, CooMyoa have Umed that golden balr And task her baby sighs, . TMTtiaaM bave beaa ber Uiiac maid A jojbaif as I, Oaiilaal en iim rnar tltflt iitm Aad Mine work! go by. QotUd XM bava aeea tiMMe vloleU tilde la their graves of snow. Drawn all that gold along your band White she say sswiLna; , fen tben would tread this weary earth As beastly a I, (Went to clasp iter llui crave lad let tbe world so by. It IT CtLB BK. ST' IVLU. . 8. KOMtlA. If it could karaTi dnaaa Wbcat tbe WnlaaiBg kd to the dewy And Ibewiadeoaaeaap thjoagh tbe tanteied OntbrUia ferny wood, ! nboold walraa far la a aiorVMiii land. , gKaannig eapfinire paad la tbe son's bright flood trrtcoald be aa I dream tCH eoaMt be as I dreaat Wbea the lajise wave tbetr leaves la the sun, Aud tbe abadowe creep alowly, one by one. Over tbe loa green fleld. 1 sbaaM walk In a buay, thronging street; Oae auyld no air that way, and oar eyes woald What weah...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

km Kkee Speech, Fbke Pkess, Fkee People. ., 1 VOLTJMJ? X. NO. 2. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1SS0. PER YEAR $8 00. I I V BILL SUMMER'S WIDOW. BY ABIGAIL SCOTT DUNTWAY. Bill Slimmer was not slim, as his name indi cated, nor was he half so good-for-nothing by na ture as he Jiad the universal credit of being. In fact, he was a jolly good fellow. He had lived til well along in the thirties without any serious dis turbance from Cupid's arrows, and, under the watchful care ot his good Aunt Prudence, had al ways been so comfortably provided for in the way of dickeys and dinners that he had never thought seriously of needing a wife to fill his domestic otllces for him. As he was not in love, he con ceived, of no particular reason why he should bur den himself with the cares of a family when not in need of a servant. Aunt Prudence Slimmer, unlike her nephew, was slimmer, even, by nature than by name. Early in her life, and while the gentle dews of a sweet romance hung tenderly ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

J6 W THE :N"EW N0KTHT7EST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18S0. WITHERED VIOLETS. BY SARAH GALLAGHER. ong years have passed, pale flowers, .since you "Were called and given in brightest bloom By one whose eyeieclipsed your blue, Whose breath was like your own perfume. Long years but, though your bloom be gone, The fragrance which your freshnoss shed Survives, when memory lingers on, When all that blessed Its birth have fled. Those hues and hopes will pass away Thus youth, and bloom, and bliss, dopart; Oh I whut is left when these decoy? The faded leaf, the withered heart! WILLOW GRANGE. JZ Story of Life is Eastern Oregon. BY BELLE W. COOKE, Airriroit of "tears and victory." (Entered in the Office of Librarian of Congress at Washing ton, D. C, In the year 1SS0- j CHATTER II. " Seam and gusset and band, Band and gusset and seam, Till over the buttons I fall asleep, And sew them on in my dronm." Hoon. These were the words that rang in the head of .Florence Campbell, as she wearily bent over 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. — 23 September 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880. COMMONPLACE LIVING. BY SUSAN COOLIDOE. 'A oommonplnco life," wo sny and we sigh; But why should we sigh as we say? The commonplace sun In the commonplace sky Makes up the commonplace dny; The moon and the stars are commonplHcc things, And the flower that blooms, and the bird that Kings; But dark were the world, and sad our lot, If the flowers failed ancj. tho sun shono not; And God, who studies each separate soul, Out of eommonplace lives makes Ills hemitlful whole. Kor the NewNorthwest. A LAWYER'S DREAM OF THE YEAR 1000. BY FILIUS L.HGIS. It vtas a half cloudy, half sunshiny day in June, 1SS0. All nature, in the sky and on the earth, whs tugging at the wheat fields, lifting the choicest of brcadstufEs out of the ground for man. I was sitting in my dingy otlice. A -few hours before I had read Judge Deady's eloquent and hopeful re marks tit St Helen's Hall about the future of woman, and had pondered considerably on the poet's idea, quo...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

THE XBYT NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880. A Journal for the People. Imlepemlmt in Politics and Ileltfflon. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Iladlcal in Op posing ami Srposing the Wrongs of the Masses. SUJlSCltllTlOX liATBS (IX ADVAXCW: One Year, by Mall . .$ 00 Six Months, " , 1 CO Three Months, " 1 00 Per Month to dUl Ihitrons (delivered) ... 25 Advertisement will be Inserted at Iteasomible Prices. Mr. amd Mrs. IT. W. Adams are antlntrUotl to Solicit Advertisement ami Subscription. AU Oorrespomlenee inteniletl for publication should be ad dressed to the Kditor, ami all business letters to the DUXIWAY PUJ1I.IS1IIXG COMPAXY, Xo. 5 Washington street, I'orUaml, Oregon. l,OKTrAJfD,OKEGON,TIIUnSDAY,SEPTKJinKU2S,l&i OUR HOPES. Our Bradford correspondent, who desires to know what hopes the "Woman Suffragists have of the ultimate triumph of their cause, is informed that we hope "the right will come uppermost" and that "justice will he done." "We hope that the children wh...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

pit tw fjjfarihwtflU TORTLAND, OREGOX , THURSDAY, SEPTEM BER 23, 16S0 LOCAL EPITOPE. Counterfeit half-dollars are reported in circula tion in the city. Street improvements are being made in many parts of the city. The Hancock clubs of this city hold very enthu siastic meetings. Sir. J. F. Williams will act as door-keeper at the Mechanics' Fair. Mr. A. Roberts a.m his daughter, Miss Sarah, have returned from Europe. Mr. W. P. Olds, of the firm of Olds & King, has gone to San Francisco to make selections of goods for his firm. Mrs. H. "W. Scott has returned home from a -visit to relatives and friends in Chicago and La ,trobe, Ponn. Owing to the superior finish and excellence of -work, Abell stands preSraiuent as a photographer. 'Give him a call. The twelve-hours-a-day six-day go-as-you-please pedestrian match commenced at Turn Halle yes terday afternoon. Mrs. Wass, No. 64 Morrison street, has a full -supply of Demorest's reliable patterns. Send stamp for catalogue. The receipt of ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

THE STEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880. A LETTER. by join a. 6AXE. I send this lottor, O my sweet! to tell The old, old story of my heart's deep woalth Of tenderness, and of my body's health, And how In all things worldly I am well; Wnloh thou wilt gladly hear. It holds not much, Besides, too pleasure thee. It bears no word Of fond aflection, which thou hast not heard Loap from my living lips. Well I will touch My month nnto the leaves, caressingly; And so wilt thou. Thus, from these lips of mine, My message will go kissingly to thine, With more than Fancy's load of luxury. And prove a true love-letter, warm and sweet As ever yet a loving spouse did greet ! THE COLD HAND OF MORBECK. BY B. M. RANKING. I I tell this tale as nearly as possible in the words of my old friend, the Hev. John Chalmors, some time rector of Gilthwaite, in the county of Dur ham. Did I never tell you the history of Lucy Gedge? Ahj well, it is a sad one, but strangely interesting for all that; so stir ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

THE NEW NOKTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880. THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS-ADVERTISEMENTS. PLAIN TRUTH. He' swears that he will cleave to her, His best, his ownest love; Then leaves hex In the theater, And goes out for a clove. THE FEMININE DAUBER. Shave, lady, shave with care, And If to see a sight so rare Should rouse a customer's dandalre, You know your weapon pull his hair. FATE. A little peach In the orchard grew A little peach of emerald hue. A little boy he climbed the fence, And took that peacli from hence to thence. A FRAUD. Whan a man wears patent-leather pumps, Or canvas Oxford ties. The boot-black, seeing him, sits down And mournfully sighs. ITS PRICE. The rosebud that burns In her hair, And makes her look sweet and sublime, .And lights up her features poetic and fair, Cost Just half a dime, PASTORAL. He softly kissed his sleeping wife, Then, with a lingering look Of fond affection, straightway went And k...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 September 1880

THE NETV SOUTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTE1VEBER. 23, 1880. OUR ADVERTISERS. That the public have appreciated the enlarge ment and-improvemeut of the New Northwest, is . learly shown by the increase in its ad vertising patronage. The notices below are nec essarily brief, as our space is so crowded. f j - Aurora Restaurant furnishes a "good square meal" for 25 cents. The fact that "Rose Pills" are advertised, is evi dence of their merit. Keimeyer, the tailor, No. 162 First street, has a large stock of elegant goods. Himes the Printer, at No. 5 "Washington street, does first-class book and job work. Alisky & Hegele are furnishing Eastern and Shoalwater Bay oysters in every style. The announcement of the Mechanics' Fair for 1SS0 will be found on the preceding page. Pannier's Blood Purifier is now recognized as a standard remedy for all disorders of the blood. Mrs. Dr. Solander undoubtedly has discovered an invaluable medicine a remedy for diphtheria. Mrs. "Wass, No. 64 Morrison street, li...

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. — 30 September 1880

V FltKK Sl'KKCH, FltEE PllESS, FllEE PEOPLE. VOLUME X. NO. 3. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1SS0. PER YEAR S3 00. FAIRY QUEEN'S HOMESTEAD. BY ABIGAIL SCOTT DUJfnVAY. Fairy Queen wiis not petite, as her Christian cognomen would indicate, nor was she of royal blood, as her surname would seem to signify. On the contrary, she was large, rubicund and fleshy, and belonged to a family removed in the remotest possible degree from all semblance of royalty. Nor was the prospect of her title to high position as a ruler of the commonwealth one whit en hanced when she became the prospective bride of Titus King, called Tite for short, and appropri ately, too, for another reason for be it known that there was nor is no tighter man in money matters than the lucky swain who won the heart of Fairy Queen, whose wise step-father rejoiced in the patronymic of Smith John Smith while her mother bore the equally euphonious appellation of Nancy Jane. John Smith and his wife Nancy Jane had found ...

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. — 30 September 1880

THE ItfETV NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEK 30, 1880. MY THEME. BY 3IAKV STKATTOX 1IEWETT. "Dip your pon In tho Ink," sho cried, "And write mo a song that shall live for aye." She lightly laughed, I softly sighed, And Lovo was the theme I chose that day. Love was my theme, Love was my song, And the sun crept out from the clouds that day. The fragrant winds, drifting along, Whispered the same sweot passionate lay. Her cheek waxed white, hor cheek waxed red, And the tide of her heart stood still with a sigh; "'Tls not tho song you have written," she said, "But the theme you havo chosen shall never die." Her cheek waxed white, hor cheek waxed rod, As I said, "Lot me teach you the strength of my theme." "No need of a teacher, sir," she said, "For it comes to our hearts like a tender dream." WILLOW , GRANGE. , A Story of Life in Eastern Oregon. BY BBLLE -V. COOKE, AUTlIOIi OP "TBAltS AXD VICTOKY." (Holered in tlie Office of Librarian of Congress at Washln; ton, D. C, In the year 1SS0. . CH...

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. — 30 September 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1SS0. A- RISK. HY CHAni.OTTK PISKB IJATKS. In tho quiet of the evening Two are walking In unrest; In has touched a joalous nature Anger burns In woman's breast. These are nolthor wed nor plighted, Yet the maybe hangs as near And as fragrant as th wild-rose Which their gnrmeiijts hardly clear. And as briery, too, you faney? Well, perhaps so. Some sad morn One or both may, for.a moment, "Wish they never had beeii'born. Happy quips and honest pleadings Meet with silence or a sneer; But more keenly- has she listened Since she vowed she would not hear. Now a great oak part the pathway: "Nature gratifies yoir mood. To the right let this divide yon ; It will all be understood." 80 Caprice, with childish weakness, Yet with subtlety of thought, Whispered in the ear of woman. lvc, with dread, the answer nought. Was it superstitious feeling Struck at once the hearts of two ? ' Had he seen proud eyes half-sorry For what little feet most do? For he stre...

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. — 30 September 1880

THE 2sTBW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1880. A Journal for the People. Independent in Politiox and Religion. AUvc to all Live Issues, ami Thoroughly RadiaU In Op fotvma omi Exposing the Wrong (if the Musses. SUBSCRIITIOX RATES (IX ADVAXCE): tme Year, by Mail S 00 Six Month, " 1 fl) Thrve Memfm, " 1 oo iter Month to Oily Patrons (deliveretV 25 Advertisements will be Inserted at Reasonable Priees. Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Adams are authorised to Solicit AiXverUtements ami SubucrijvUowt. All Oorreion den ce intemied for publication sltonld be ad dressed to tlie Editor, ami all business letters to the DUXIWAY PURLISIIIXG COMPAXY, Xo. 5 Washington street, I'orUand, Oregon. PORTIjAND.OREGOX, THURSDAY, SEIEMHKKJW.ISSO WOMEN, TAKE NOTICE. Next Tuesday, October Stli, at two p. jr., is the time set apart by the Senate for discussing the Woman Suffrage question under special order of business; and "Wednesday, the 0th, at the same hour, has been named by the House for a like pur pose. It is hop...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 September 1880

THE XEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880. rORTIAXD. OREOOX, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 50, 18S0 LOCAL EPITOME. "Mr. "V. P. Olds is a passenger on the incoming steamer. The U. S. Marine Hospital for this district is now located at Astoria. The ordinance asrainst swinging signs will go Unto fleet on the l2th of October. Several of the docks in North Portland are now 311uminated with the electric light. Dr. J. C. Hawthorne is President of the East Portland Park Homestead Association. Miss Lolla O'Connor will receive a benefit Now Market Theater Saturday evening. Hon T. McF. Patton and wife, of Salem, returned by the last steamer from their Eastern tour. Since July 1st, S60.503 has been collected fothe extension and improvement of Portland stree John Miller, of East Oakland, Cal., dropi: dead in the rooms of theY. M. C. A. last Thursday Dr. J: A. Chapman and several other anglers se ourod a wagon load of Clackamas trout last Satur day. Mrs. Jennie Hilman has gone to Salem to entor ,011 ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 September 1880

THE SOUTHWEST, THTJKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,' 1SS0. FRIENDSHIP. It mattors not if no more face to face I look on thee, my friend ! Though sweet indeed To olasp thy hnnd in mine, thero is no need, For perfect friendship knows no tlmo nor plnce. Heart reaches heart across unmeasured space; Soul touches soul from ruder contact freed ; Ours is one hope, one llfo work, and one creed; One destiny the flying moments trace. The shadow of thy grief may not depart Till it has fallen on me thy new delight Flashes swift radiance over land and soa, Such friendship Is an Eden for the heart, In which It grows to bloom without Might, Gives itself wholly and is wholly free. FASHIONABLE GIFT-GIVING. Mrs. Waters looked ruefully at the live-dollar bill reposing in solitary state in the inner com partment of her pocket-book, and pondered. In the first place, there wore the muftis to he bought for the girls; it would take the whole of the live for them alone, to say nothing of the other things. Clearly, they ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 September 1880

THE KEW SOUTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880. THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEM ENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELINEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. A TEMPERANCE ARGUMENT. When at the Jug so often does ho pull That It Is empty anil the mnn is full, Him does the pcolur to the station lug, And, for his health, puts him within the Jug. WHAT COUNTS. She was a chnrmcr fair to see, Perfect In figure and In size; She Imd such lovely seal-brown hair, Such glorious magenta eyas. She mng, and she plnvcd exquisitely On a marble-topped Stelnway grand ; She hadn't much sense, but that didn't count, For her papa had the sand. . VIGNETTES. Here is a pansy, there a rose, Nestled together in respose. No bee steals into their balmy deeps, But a humming-bird between them peeps, And scorns to revel In visions fair As though In a Persian garden rare. He's in no garden be sure of that ; This is a chromo of Dolly's hat. FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO., D. W. PREWTBGE & CO, The Leading Music Deale...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 September 1880

THE MJW NORTHWEST, THTJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880. "When woman has the ballot as a person and an individual, she will vote for the suppression of the liquor traffic. She will see the necessity of regu lating the manufacture and sale of whisky as well as opium. She will understand that the former poison, so generally used, demands prohibition as soon or sooner than the latter, the consumption of which is comparatively light She will have the sense to suppress the greater as well as the lesser evil. Many ladies visit the lobbies of the Legislature, and a few venture inside the bar as they become familiar with the scene. The gentlemen are courteous and obliging. Women could hope for an equal division of the clerkships if they pos sessed the political power that is only achieved through votes. At present, but three have been fortunate enough to secure positions. Mrs. P. G. Stoddard, of Freoport, W. T., writes : "You will find enclosed $6 to pay for the New IsOKTIiwkst this year and next....

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. — 7 October 1880

KltKK Sl'KECII, FUKK PllESS, FltEE PEOPLE. ' - VOLUME X. NO. 4. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 18S0. ' PER YEAR S3 00. i i "4 I If 4 ADONIS LOVELADY'S CLAIM. BY ABIGAIL SCOTT DUNIM'AY. Why hie mother called him Ailonis, nobody knew; nor would you have ever imagined, to look At him, Uwt the cognomen of Loyelndy was any more appropriate than that of Adonis. Indeed, of all the men Mho had herded cattle iir Brush Prairie precinct since the days that antedated all need of precinct divisions -in Oregon Territory, Adonis Lovelady seemed the least capable of sup porting such a title with any show of consistency. Rumor had it that he had once been a bouncing, roly-poly, well-rounded baby, the delight of his lady mother's heart, and the hope of his aristo cratic father's ambition; but you never would have suspected, had you not known him until I did, that he had been born in the proud family of Colonel Lovelady, of Old Virginia, and that his mother belonged to the notable house of the...

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. — 7 October 1880

Written for tho Xcw Northwost. If EH "PKOTKCTORS." BY GKOKGK I". WMBE1BB. "Conie, lend us aid !" the women cry. SHLelp us to stnnd lor liberty ! Ui us, our brothers, in tho light ifbr honesty and truth and right. By your own power declare us free, With equal rights and sovereign ty." The parson draws his pious mouth In crescent shape from north to south, x And shakes his head, and heaves long sighs, And rolls his deep, dejected eyes. " You'd better stay at home and pray Than vote, with us, election day!" KWe have no time," tho lawyer says, "To plaguo our brains with such cheap plays. There's nothing In It nought but talk ! Give us a rest, or take a walk ! We'll help (ourselves) to all you've got, But with our votes we'd rather not." You'll kill my trade!" the dram-shop king Shout from behind his poisoned ring. "Don't give the women power to reign 1 Pill up, boys ! my treat again ! Fill up, my boys ! It's all the rage! Here's death to Woman Suffisrage 1" I am surprised ! Ye gods, bew...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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