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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 September 1871

.'"891 gpjc tea jjjferiJfeai A Journal for the People Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Hve to all TJve Issues, and Thoroughly KMIIail In Opposing and Exposing the 'Wrongs of the Mmmf. , Onrrcsipemlants writing over assumed Mgna Utns mint make known their names to the Hrtltar.OT no attention will be given to their commtinleattons. For the New Northwest. Discontent. by I601.A. worth. A dull, oW frog was croaking away By the edge or tiie lake one bright spring Jay, Semlg to Miy, in hi dreary tone, "PlMtmii'M there may le, but I have none." 11vers In jilenty were growing near, And rtehly Uuliug the balmy air, Vhtte the gleeful songs or the merry birds llamt out with a melody sweeter than words. Theiwrn wan Mhmingo'er buh and tree, KtoRtngtke lake all mienlly, WHe the pale Illy upon her breast Wan Mly BoaHn In dreamy rest. Beneath He l.ushw o'er-hanulnK the bank. Where the rtMh grew so dark and dank, Thte dull, old frog with his dreary tone, WtM...

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 September 1871

p$jc feu fetlliwsi: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER IS, 1S71. A EELAPSE. It is a comparatl vely easy mailer for a skillful equal rights physician to cure a rabid man's rights fever, but it is ex ceedingly difficult to guard the con valescing patient against a relapse. Our friend of the Bulletin, who glad dened the hearts of his suffrage physi cians for a brief period by presenting unmistakable evidence of convalescence, has had an over dose of scare, which has had a serious efl'ect upon his apprehen sive temperament. Though well pleased with Miss Anthony as a lady aud a lec turer, lie thinks her "arguments are mischievous aud revolutionary in a social way." Therefore he is "opposed to the whole theory of Miss Anthony's system as he understands it." Now, friend Bulletin, look here. If it is true that there are so many unjust husbands in this world that nothing short of social anarchy will follow the equalization of power which yourself will agree is simple justice the longer these unjust men are pe...

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 September 1871

tC-mCU ttSjriij15JI, FI&AY -SEPTEMBER lp, 1S71.,J OUR AGENTS. The following person are duly authorized to acta Agents fur the NEW Northwest : ti. R..IWood ...Travelliiir Agent He. J. Walla Ynmhlll county A. N. AtIU . J. W. UwMa . . M. P. Owen Mr. C A. Cobam Xn.J. DeA'ore Johnson . TtMM. Panionii- K. Penlland MtW&lltc ApfAegMe. lltnR A. Okviik J. T. Scott, Kmj L P. Flutter MrjL lAurn DePoree Gordon.. Albany -Salem .Salem Oregon Cily ......Oregon City Mllwaukle The,J)alIo$J . W...!. ."Rosebure Forest Grove ..San Francisco -.California Other parties desiring to act as AjenU will please forward their names. AVe want Agents at every rxwUifllee throushout Oregon and Washington Territory. Improvjbihnts This Season. The Bulletin published lately a list of build ings erected or eommenced during the present season in this city, witli the coal of each. The aggrcgute amount of tlrtH sort of improvements is $1,7SG,000 in round numbers. Tills Includes, how ever, the custom house, $300,000...

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 September 1871

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1871. ONE PAIR OK STOCKING". AKO'VMOCS. An old wife ml by the bright Oroide. While down l.v her side on the kitchen floor, .Stood a basket or worsted ball a score. The rood old man dozed o'er the latot news, Babangq. a misty tenr-drop came . , Un Her eye orTaded blue, - ; Tlien trickled down In a furrow deep, Ukeafclncledropordcw. . Thergooil old roan aw naught but the dimmed - eyc-lim " Yet married lie much that the ehecrful light Ofher eve had weary crown : "I hare shared thy Joys since our marriage Ooneenl not from mo thy sorrows now." Then she spoke of the tlme'whcn the basket mere "Was filled to the very brim; And now there remained of the goodl v pile. But a single pair for him; Theiv-wOnder not at the dlmmnrri:iMii ' There's bnt one pair of stockings to mend to- nigiit. I cannot but think of the busy feet, Whose -wrappings were wont to lay In the basket awaiting the needle's time Now wandered so far away : How the sprightly steps, to a mother dear. Unheed...

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 September 1871

f y ). A Journal for the IVOfle. Devoted to the Interest of Humanity. Independent Jn Polities nJ HellRlon. Oive to all. Mve IsMies, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposini: and Kipo'lns the Wrongs at theHm. lid. A. J. Ufsin-Ar, EJitr ana pr07r7,tfr. OFFH'E-C'or. Third and Washington St. TBUMS, IK ADVANCE: One yar , ; m a Sis mrinths ..iZT!l X KitKK Spnixii, Fitrx riiEss, Fnr.n People. Throe months.... I (ID Oorrawondenta -writing over assumed slfftia umm Htt jnke known tiieir names to 'the EUUor, or no attention will be given to their POR TLAND , OREGON. FRIDAT, SEPTK3IBER ;J5, lsri. AnvBltTISH JIBNTS Inserted on Itea-Wnabfe Terms KWrieationx. 6 For the New Xorthwest. Tllint 1 Dentil? bt lsola worth. What U Death ? I've aaked my waiting spirit TfelR vital question o'er ami o'er: What in Death, that mortalit quake and fear it. Awl dins so closely to the earthly shore ' la It not a foMin: of the weary hands la peaeefol rett aowa tlie aching heart ? ' A alleat breaklnc of the earthly hands?...

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 September 1871

FRIDAyZ..7...SEPTEMBER 1S7I. A SAD CASE. During the past week the journals of our' city have from day to Iay con tained accounts of the destitution of a poor, helpless woman, the mother of wsven Mnall children, whose worthless husband had left Ids wife and off springthe youngest a babe penniless and without home or shelter, to beg from door to door, or starve in the street. It is said that the woman's unnat ural spouse was formerly a soldier, and that he has goue to San Francisco to enlist again, if possible, determined that if he cannot make a living in that way he will make none at all. The unfor tunate woman says she has searched the city through and through in quest of honest employment, but as she is unac quainted with any trade or profession, and is capable only of doing rough kitchen work which department of labor is almost entirely monopolized by Chinamen she is obliged to be depend ent upon charity. Ve learn that for the time lieingher necessities have leeii provided for by...

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 September 1871

gi)e Sen Hatiijmt. OUR AGENTS. t The following persons are July authorized to act as Agent for the New Northwest G. It. lUood Travelln; . Mm. M. Jeffries .Traveling Agent II. II. WalriL. - Washington county 1H-..I. WSttts... r.. Larnyettc Albany -Salem Salem A- N. Arnold ;. W. Lawson , M. 1. Owen Mr. C. A. Colmni. Mu,J. DeA'ore JahnMHi Tlrtfs. Parson.. It. l'entlaud Miwi Sallie Aiplegattt... Mum It A. Owens- J. T. KeHtr-.U Oregon Clty Oregon,Glty M.nir Iwatilcle .The Dalles Youctilla ..Roseburg Forest Grove iinii Francisco I.. I". i-isiier Mr. Ijiarn DeFnree Cordon.... California OLher imrtle desiring to act a AgenU will please forward their names. Wc want Agents at every isistofilee throughout Oregon and Washington Territory. STKHIET .RAILROAD CoMliANYjNCOR- poratkd. The .Street Railroad Com pany, for whoso benefit the recent ordi nance was passed by the Council, ayn the Qreyoman, has filletl its articles of incorporation. Ben Holladny, V. L. Halsy, Ix-vi Kstes, D. S. Stinson and J...

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 September 1871

.SEPTEMBER 1S7I. nrrr Ilomp. - .. ,ni'Ha:ni: CAM. One sweetly ml"""" thought Osraes to me " "T and ",pr: " lm nearer my home to-day Than ever belore; Xr my lather's home. Where the many mansions be; Norer the greet white throne, Nearer the cry1 i. Xnrar the DouiKi vi i -r VI U wtiPrwc W v our burdcift iIowh Nearer lea vine tbe cross, Nearer gaining the crown. lBt4ho-Traveof that slli It HM k "l j lluniiuarK iiejoiaxnyngm. JH Jtl brhrlitlv the Mlicf Awe iincrswc Break on a shore of light. O.lf mymortnl feet H:ive almost gained the brink. If it be I'm nearer home Kye.n to-lay than X think, Rather, perfect my trust. Let my spirit feel In death That her feet are tlmily set it 'rVn ,I,e llock ra ,,vl"B hltli. i, M 0 i f- JUDITH REID ; -A Plain Story of a Plain "Woman. Itntered, according to the Aet of CoiigrM,ln me year iiy .-v. .i. ium,,?, - Offleeorthe Librarian of Congress at Washing ton at;. CILUTER XXL July swung open her golden gates and ushered in tho glorious days that annu ally ...

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 September 1871

A Journal for the l'eoflc Devoted to the Interest of Humanity. independent In roll and IWIgion. lllvo to all IJve Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs tA 111 OorWHMMHlents writlnir over assumed slgua tores muot make known their names to the Mtttir, or no attention -will be given to their 1112. A. J. nranar, tdltBrandli'ropr'ictJr. OFFICS-Cor. Third niiUVnsJUnsloi. St. TEUXIS, IN- ADVAN'OKi' . . One year. . Six months Free Ppeecii, Fuee Press, EitzE People. Three months. rOIiTIVIVD, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTE5IBER SO, IgsTl. ADVERTISEMENTS Insert,! n Ti.'' ; i.i eotninBiMeattiHM. Term a ---- i , , nii,-.s at HIS3 ASTHOFI'S LTjOTUBES 0B SEEVAHDA. BY HUB. X. St. MILLER. The first night of Hiss Anthony's lea ture my attention was entirely taken up with watching the speaker, for, be it known, tins first, last and only time I ever heard a woman speak in public was in the "meetin'-house," langsyne, when Aunt Tribulation Fear-thc-Lord arose and through her tears, no...

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 September 1871

...SEPTEMBER 29, 1S71. FRIDAY. jnnjjflnFw THE BESOUE. j WOMAN SUFFBAGE AND ITS ADVO- OMEN ALEEADY VOTERS. - ' n i m-nr i THE Thn niillctiii i worried, almost It sonic-1 OATES. A VIGOROUS GROWL AT TRANS GRESSING POSTMASTERS. Postmasters along the Columbia river, look hore! Wc have that to say to you, from t ho profou ml depth of ou r vi rt uous indignation, which ought to make you quake in your boots. Oursclf ami hus band, In company with Mis Anthony, recently made a lecturing tour up the Columbia river as far a1HVall5V5lla. As we have been absent from Portland most of the time for several weeks past, it has been our custom to write inauu script copy on our journeyings and send it from various points along the route. Well, on Tuesdny, Sept. 10th, wo mailed at The Dalles the manuscript of the chapter of "Judith Iteid" which xJiould have appeared in this issue. The com positors kept waiting and waiting, and finally were obliged to put the "outside' of the paper to press without it, int...

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 September 1871

yRIDAY..i.M:...EPTMBERf,fl871. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are duly authorized to act a Agents tor tne N ev Noirrtt wkst : 1 1 U. B. Blood iraiviui; Ageill .g...jl'ravellng AKnt Mrs. M.Jeflj 11. II. WWS Ir. J. Walt A. X. Arnold.... - it ur.11u.51.1t1 eituill 1 -afnyette - Albany .Salom ;. W. I jiwson. .. M. 1. Owen .Salem Mrs. J. -iMVOre JMinWASUOregori i City Thos. l'arsous Mllwaukle It. lvnl and Tiie jaiies J. T. Scott, Eaq ...Forest Omve I. P. Phtet .Ran Francisco Mrs. I .aura I e Force Gordon .CiiUroniIn Other parties desiring to aot as Agents will please forward their names. YVe want Agents at every postomcc tlirouehout Oregon and WashlrWti territory. Railroad A(-cinF.XT. Friday after noon, tin; 221 Inst, says the Salem Statctmtm, when the up freight train was near Jefferson, an accident occurred whloh tiiiset two platform cars and threw Ave others off the rails and caused roiishlemhle detention, also detalnin" the evening mail train, which came af- tcrwHrrt?, for a short...

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 September 1871

.FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER -29, 1S71. fFroni theSlatesmaiv CbniiHouH. BV MINNIE MYHTLE. Vow tell your minstrel to come, my love, And bring lite Bute In tune, t lndrwhlle.lh&twlllrttl.hangtagnboveV Tn play me "Bonnie Doon," The Iiimi of "Bonnie Doon; Play with the thrill of a sorrowful air. Like the throb of a hlugglsh lagoon. The twilight hush ofn Long Ago Kelt the thrillpf a flute In tune. And It waved IhVisHence to and tro Tn the ripple oflionnle Doon;" He played for me "Bonnie loon." . J And his crave te now In the burning sands By a dreamless and voiceless lagoon. Why did I smile when the silence was stained with the sorrowful tears of a flute. When my heart, like a charmed bird, was chained. And tlpvypice of my soul .wan mute, when 'the) Angel -of Death Mfopped lier cad eney down On the. strings of his heart for a lute: Tlie Nteht lias opened her minstrelsies. And the stars eal over the sea Iwouldsrpu would slngfetsong to ln&iplaisc, tlf theferave'&rKuIalIer' ' The song of...

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. — 6 October 1871

B ' MBS. A.. J. DIM WAT, Editor an Proprietor. OFFICE-Cor. Third and Washington St TERMS, IS ADVANCE: Onf'yenr. Sir lrmnths Three months.. - 1 - 1 00 ADVBRTISBMKXTS Inserted on ItcnsonaUe "W0ME1T IHTEA1)ES. EniTOR Xkw NonrnwKST : In your issue of Sept. 22d apiearcd i wo articles concerning the employ ........ r f . . mum oi women in ineciianical voca tions, which I desire to briefly review One was a mere item announcing that a "women's printing ofllce" had been established by Mrs. Holmes in "Wash ingtou ; the other a letter from Mr. Til to the Labor Congress at St. Louis. That you may be prepared to make due allowance for whatever prejudices I may hold, I will put you in jiossesoion of a knowledge of my position and views at owe. I am a printer a workman, not an employer and an advocate of the woman cause, having had the lion or of voting for the measure the first time it was presented to the people, in 1VUIISUS. The principal .objection to women in trades-j-ono many times reiterate...

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. — 6 October 1871

FRIDAY.... OCTOBER 6, 1S71. OUE BOYSMTAOATION. As everybody will attend Hie An"""1 Fair next week at Salcni, am'. our boys naturally want to be included in the list, we have decided not to issue the Xmv Noktiiwest on Friday, October 18th. Our young and growing sons to whose faithful assiduity the public is in debtel for the regular appearance of this widolv-eireulated journal for over live months, deserve one week's vacation, mil thev shall have it. Next year we hope to be rich euough to hiresomcbody to feet the tvpe while they enjoy a little needed respite. "We could do .so now if all the delinquent subscribers to the Nmv Northwest would send along the sums so justly due u?. Our subscribers will lose nothing by the vacation, as the volume willnot be completed tlllMnum- .bers are issued. NECESSITY TOEA HEW PASTY. Hon. Carl Schurz, one of the mo-t prominent members of the United States Senate, a man of fine abilities, and one who, more than 3113- other, has ihe power to influence the...

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. — 6 October 1871

i Seller IfoViteei FRIDAY OCTOBER 0, 1871. OUR AGENTS. The following iwr-ons arc duly authorized to i.-t as Agents for the NEW AOKtiivMn-; U. R. RlOOd Mr. M. Jeffries.. It. II. Welch.. .. lr. J. Wftttfc- A. N. Arnold u. W. Lawaou. M. 1. Owen Mrs. O. A. ColHim Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson 111 ok. 1 -arsons . ... It Pentland .Traveling Agent T ravelins AKent Washington county ..', Iifayette Albany .Snlem .Salem Oregon City Oregon City .3liwauKie "BimKJn. Hi is i ni ""HAKBISBOnO mcnsc structure was completed Tuesday niglti, ays the Orcgonian, and at half pafct 11 o'clock r. M. the first locomotive the J. B. slcphcnb ruu over it, haul ins leu Hat car loaded with one hun The Dalles Yonenlla Rosehurg forest Urove Miss Sallic AlcgHte Miss IS. A. iwras.. .1 T KiVftU. K&a I. P. risner -..sail rraneisco Mrs. I.aura DeFwree Gordon-. California other parties desiring to aet as Agents will please forward their names. We want Agents nt every iosUrlIlce throughout Oregon and Washington Territory- TE...

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. — 6 October 1871

FRIDAY OCTOBER 6, 1S71. JUDITH EEID ; A Plain Story ofa Plain Woman. (Entered, according to tuc .ciu.w ... . ... - r t iitmi". Office orthe Librarian of Cmgn- w aM"B tan CSty. CHAPTER XXII. t tiin miiiu lotnr. hot, low kitchen in which my poor dear mother had drudged out her sad existence was once more spread the supper table for her weary, heart-worn child. Many evidences of the ravages of passing years were visi ble in the quaint old house, but the tidy thrift of the bright young wife had cov ered the unsightly walls and ceiling with oft-renewed whitewashing. Snowy curtains adorned the low, square win dows, and morning-glories nodded at nic through the open door as I entered to take my seat at the family board. I was faint from hunger, but before my eyes I saw "not that which was nor that which should have been." Overpower- inc emotions conquered appetite. If tears had conic to my relief I could, ier- haps, have laid my will upon my spirit with the command of "peace, be still." Bu...

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. — 20 October 1871

MRS. A. J DIMIYAY, Editor and Proprietor, OFncE Cor. Third and Washington SJ. TBRMS, IK ADVANCE : g J vtMST?r. -' Stx month Three month 1 w ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms JUDITH EETD; A Plain Story of a Plain "Woman. Entered, according to the Act or Congress, In the year 1S71, by Mrs. a. J. nuniway. In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washing ton City. CHAPTER XXIII. I dispatched my letter to thepostofllce and sat down within the recess of the lnttieed alcove to wait and dream and ponder. What was life to me that I should struggle on thus wearily? Oh! so often had Tasked this question and no answer came; and now the thought was almost unendurable the one problem of my life seenie l at its near solution, and my very soul was mute and apathetic knew not what to do, Mrs. Lewis, my true and trusty friend, came tripping up the gravel walk, and, bounding into the darkened room where I sat in silent agony, threw her plump, white arms around my neck in her irrc- sistn...

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. — 20 October 1871

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1871. THE WORK IH THE GEEAT NORTH WEST. Miss Anthony's work goes bravely on. Our multitudinous duties con nected with traveling, writing for the paper and sending letters to the loved ones at home, have precluded the possi bility of preparing such reports as would at all do justice to our illustrious co-worker. At "Walla "Walla (where the people are advanced so far ahead of the minis ters as to be justly indignant over the insult to them and their speaker which locked the church doors in the face of the rightful owners of the only decent lecturing places in the Deautiful little city) Miss Anthony held wonderful and enthusiastic meetings, first in the new and commodious district school house; which, proving too small to hold the hundreds who flocked to hear her, was reluctantly given up for the only avail able hall iu the place a hall good enough iu its way, but, unfortunately, situated back of a saloon, where the tender-footed preacher who locked his church agains...

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. — 20 October 1871

t A t .1 FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1S7J. ANOTHKR VICTIM TO THK PASSIONS op a Libertine. One of the most hor rible eases of forcible violation of ierson that has ever come to our notice was perpetrated m this' city "Wednesday night,. October 11th. A villain bearing the name of John Foster, having suc ceeded in ingratiating himself into the good graces of a young girl at the State Fair Grounds near Salem, on "Wednes day succeeded In inducing her to take a ".short ridp on the cars," as he expressed ' it. Being a simple country girl, ignor ant of the devices of city libertines, and full of the curiosity to "ride on the cars" common to all wno nave never ex perienced that sensation, she consented. Instead of a short ride, however, she 1 ' soon found that the cars were speeding far away from the Fair Grounds, the train hoing bound tor Portland. To j quiet her the scoundrel gave her the as- I mi ranee thft when they reached Port- i lttiMi they could go back by another , traiiu "When this city 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. — 20 October 1871

FKEDAY OCTOBER 20, 1S71. The House of Death. Colonel John Hny,ln"hfs"CaUll.ni Pays." tells the story or a noble duke, who shut up nls lately mansion when the dead wife wn car ried out of It. and left It to fall Into decay in the midst or surrounding lire. Not a hand has lifted the talehet Since she went out of the door; No footsteps shall cross the threslKiW Since she can come In no more. There Is rust upon lock nd hinges, Ami mouM and Might on Ihe walU; SiATMjlleiufaliitslatheiiiiidier, O And darkness watts In the halls: t Walt as all things have lieen waiting, ! Since she went, that day or Spring, w Ivr,'Jare kW With lilies on brow and Imaom, With robes of silken sheen, And her wonderful frozen Ieauty, The lilies and tllk between. Red roses she left behind lier. But they died lone. Ion; aim; Twas the odious ghost of a blossom That seemed through the dusk to glow. The garments she left mock the shadows Willi hints or womanly grape, .. And,her image swims .in tin; mirror - That wa5 ...

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