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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 December 1874

FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 1874. HOMEHEWS. Col. Jee. Meek gave a lecture unou Pioneer LiW at Museum Hall, last Wed nesday evening. "Wibere's' linnt. nnil olirvn etn i. c - ...... .... "VJ fliwic JO splendid place to go to get cheaply and fashionably shod. Experiment and see Dr. Poll. Hnmnnnnlli Phvainl.n ...111 treat the atllicted to his incomparable piiieis aim tinctures and astonish them mi ins cures. J. K. Gill & Co. have a splendid as sortment of books, slntlniiprv -n,l uv.ii day goods, which tliey offer for eale at ii-usuiiuuie rates. General Howard will deliver an in- n w.. )u.mmu a iuurcu to the Sea " on Tuesdey evening. De cember 8th. Don't fail to go and hear in in. Read Jacob Mayer's advertisement. nild don't fail in natnmWa 1,1 ...1. ' -- r..w.w k ni nuui you want millinery, notions or staple goods, to sell again. Best bargains in H. J. McCormick, the pioneer herald or .Santa Claus, announces his Annual Grand 0 1)011 illf this n-lr TV,.i ... chase your Holiday gifts till you ...

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. — 4 December 1874

She IkjB ilodteesi FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1874. KI5D THOCOHTS. Lot us cherish a memory for pleasant things, And letall the others gp: It UnYveV by living "tit for tat" That wo toaeb the heart or a roe. It is not bv dwelling on fancied wrong Thatwe"feeltbelrstlnggrowleas: And malice once entering the heart Is sura To crush out all tenderness. Forgive, forget, though tbe-wrong be treat, And yonr heart be stricken sore; For thinking of trouble makes It worse, And the pain Is all the more. Do kindly things to your neighbors, e'en Though they do not so to you ; Though they be wrong, unjust, unkind, Keep your own heart ever true. The heart Is a garden; our thoughts the flowers xnat spring into irniuui me; Ilave care that in sowing there fall no seed From the weed of cruel strife. Oht loving words arc not bard to say, If the heart be loving too: And the kinder the thoughts you give to others, Join Jones' Hew Leaf. JIV ROSELUk. RICE. It was a dreary kitchen the walla were dirty and smoky, the ...

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. — 11 December 1874

rk it t item Ustffeest UBS. A. 1. Dl'XllVAT, Editor and Proprietor. Ori'ICE-Cor. Trout nnd Stark Streets. 1 TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One year. Thref months.. -$100 1 TS .IB mm. v www b Fr.tr Speech, Fbee Press, Ft.ee People. ATJVEKTISBMBNT3 Inserted on Reasonable Tcrurn. volume iv. l?OTtTIL,VTSTD, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECE31BER 11, 1874. NUMBER lO. THE HAPPY HOME; OR The lluubnnd'a Trlutnitl. Itv lus. A. J. DTJXIWAY, Ai rilOR OP "JUIHTII HKin," "ELLEN IXIWU, "AHJB AND HKXBY LEE," KTC, ETC. cheap and common as were Its materials, the girl was far more tastefully arrayed than sbe Imagined. Her favorite horse, though jaded by his long exercise, seemed to realize that his rider was his friend; andMattlo was whollv unconscious of her superb ap- iBntensd.aeedBtinctoAetofOoneTesg.intbe pearance as she went dashing through yearl8T4,by Mrs. A. J.Dunltvay, In theotllceof the streets of tonehenge. "I say Doc., can you tell mo who that young lady is that goes through tho street like Btreaked lightuing?" T...

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. — 11 December 1874

finest FRIDAY -DECEMBER 11, 1S74. NOTICE. Agents will plocse taVo notice that It Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, end they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. ANNUAL MEETING OF 0. S. T7. S. A. The third annual meeting and second anniversary of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association will convene in "this city on the second Thursday in February next, and continue its sessions" until its business Is all transacted. We hope to see a full attendance of delegates from all parts of the Pacific Coast. Aid from the East is alao respectfully solic ited. The Corresponding Secretary! Miss Virginia Olds, will see that emi nent speakers are notified and Invited to address the Convention. But we, on her behalf, urge everybody, whether invited or not, to prepare themselves to attend the meeting and help along with the good cause by their presence and ex ample. 8UBS0IBEESjATTENTI0N. The new postal law takes effec...

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. — 11 December 1874

FRIDAY -DECEMBER 11, 1S74. ' " 'HOMEtfEWS. n . ror a juicy fatealr. a Ravnrv niaa nf Mrirlro '9nr6ec(vii streets Dr. Umlwell, dentist, has removed fffljij? old.quarters to Dekura's bulld Ing, r&otn No. -1, where any one in need of Ins srvlcis will llnd him ready as over to attend to their wants. We hear it rumored that there was some sort of a concert given at the Masonic Temple one evening this week, for'lhe benefit of the Episcopal Church, but, as this oflice was not furnished with tickets, we are unuble to speak authori tatively. A. F. Smith &. Co. have for sale the celebrated Arioii pianos and Estev or igans., To our many friends in the inte rior, as well as to the many in the city who read the New Northwest, we sausage, or anything in that line, call upon Win. Hawkins, nf li "iVnnin'a cneeriiniy recommend uiese instruments - nastbping ptaauirior order and reasona ble in price- - Mr. Smith Is a reliable dealer, anil you may depend upon the reeommenuaiion ue gives Ms men-...

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. — 11 December 1874

1 FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1874. LOVE EIPKESSED. IIT COSST-iCE TZmXOKE WOOLSOX. The sweetest notes among tbo human heart strings Are dull-rtth rust; ... The sweetest chords adjusted by the angels Are clocked with dust; We pipe and pipe again our dreary music ITnon the self-same strains. While sounds of crime and fear and desolation Come oacK. in saa retrains. On through the world we go, an army march log, with listening cars. Each longing, sighing for the heavenly music lie never nears; Each longing, sighing for a word of comfort A word offender praise A word of love to cheer the endless Journey They love us, and we know It; this suffices For reason's share: Why should they pause to give that love ex pression With gentle care T Why should they pause? But still our hearts are acmng With the gnawing pain Of hungry love that longs to hear the music, And longs and longs In rain. "We love them, and they know It; if we falter, With Oncers numb. Among the Unused htrlngs of love's expression The...

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. — 18 December 1874

glje jttem largest IMS. A. J. DUMWAY. Editor and Proprietor. OITICE-Cor. I'ront and Klnrk Slrcrts. A Journal' for the People. '. -i - -Devoted to the Interests ofHunianIty.-9" Independent In, Polillcsiand Religion. Alive to nil Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and F-iposlng the Wrongs of the Masses. 'T8R0IS, IX ADVANCE: On yer. $3 00 175 - 1 W Three months- Fees Speech, Fkee Peess, Fkee People. Correspondents writing ovcrassnmed signa tures must make known.'thelr name! to Jh Editor.or no attention will be given to their communications. - ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable POKTLAND, OREGON, 3TKIXY, DECEMBER 1, 187-1. ivxraruEit it. lunns. V THE HAPPY HOME; OR Tim Ilusltniid-H Triumph. Bv Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, Atrrnnn op "jpnrrn nniw," "em.en dowu," AUIB AND HESUY LEE," ETC., ETC I Entered, according to Act of Conzrcss. In the TearlSTl, by Mrs. A.J. Dunlway, In the office of the Ltbrarlitn of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER V. The bottutiful days of early nututnn ...

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. — 18 December 1874

FRIDAY DECEMBER 18, 1S74. NOTICE. Agent will please take notice that It Is a groat tax upon us to pay express charges upou small sums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to u through money orders or registered letters. A TAOK TO AY0LD THE OUBBENT. Many persons who do not positively nrray'tbemselves against "Woman Suf frage, dispose cf the matter to the satis faction seemingly of their own con sciences, by saying, "If women want the ballot let them ask for It." Ignor ing all argument, disregarding all pre cedent concerning the treatment of dls franchlsed classes hitherto, they seek to silence claims that they cannot justly oppose by this pointless exclamation. Not stopping to arguo the justice or injustice of this demand, wo would like to know In all conscleuco if women have not been asking for this privilege through memorials to tho National and State legislatures for a season equal to "twice told the period spent oti stubborn Troy ?" Have not leaders', second to no wom...

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. — 18 December 1874

as FRIDAY....... DECEXIBEIl 18, 1S74. HOMENEWS. Baker and Canby Post gave another brilliant reception on Wednesday even iugjlasU f j ; Professor Ilalpruner holds attractive sore every m Saturday eveniufr, on Alder street, -between Tront and First. See advertisement. lion. J. N. Dolpli, though still quite ill, is thought to bo improving slowly. We hope ere long to be able to chronicle his return to perfeot health. The defaulting paymaster, Major Eg gleston, lately sentenced to the peniten tiary, will be conducted to the peniten tiary in Albany, N. Y., next steamer. 1-or a juicy steak, a savory mess of sausage, or anything in mat line, call upon Win. Hawkins, of the People's Market, on Yamhill, between First and Second streets. Prof- Johnson or the High School Is Hiking asltort vacation for the benefit of his health. His place is supplied during his temporary absence by Super intendent S. W. King. Mrs. Wass, fashionable dress-maker, dealer in human hair, patterns, etc., eta, exhibits ...

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. — 18 December 1874

FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1674. A WOMA.VS 10VE UREAS. bt NrrriE rowar iiocstox. We all have waking visions I liaTO mine. And being young and fanciful, and counted fair. J sometimes dream of love. And sluing all alone and musing still. While yet the firelight flickers dim, I auk myself, lr I should learn to love, Tr Mrailll honrtflMiMiraViitnllf. How would X love and how would i bo loved For l am weary or idolatry. My soul is faint within me while I think: Of all the fierce, strong passion I hare soon and known, resistless In Its might I would be loved In calmness Trusted, and not feared, lie whom I Ibvcd should bo my tine, And not my slave. I do not aslc that he be proud and cold, But calm and brave, and Tery strong A Icing like Saul, among the sons of men. And klngllcro'crhlmtelf. lie must not tremble at my slightest frown, Nor strudder If another meets my eye; Nor must he, like a vassal, crave my smile Glad in the dust before my leet to llo- Forl am weary of servility. I would not rulo...

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. — 25 December 1874

line Hl!S. A. J. DUMtfAt, Kditor and Proprietor. r A Journal for the reonle. Devoted to the Intereiqf, Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. IIve to all IJvo Issues, mid Thoroughly., Radical in Opposing and Exposing the 'Wrongs . Ol'l'IfE Cor. l'ront nnU Nlnrk Street. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: On year... j.t M ot the Masses. . f - " OIJ. I11IIH1K Threo """ i,,.. , , 1 76 1 K Free Speech, Free Tkess, Free People. Correspondents, 'Writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to tho Edltor.or.no attention Will te cive'ir'td'tneir ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Iteiuonalile Terms. VOLt73IJE IV.. 3?OTRTlL.AlVI, OREGON, FBIDAY, DECEMBER SiC, 187-1. ISTTMXSEIt 1S. communications. THE HAPPY HOME; OR The IIiKbrnnl'M Triumph. Bv Mrs. A. J. m'NIWAY, Anno 6 "jcjutii i:kii," "jsm.kk Down," ''AMIB ANB-HESKT LBB," ETC., KTC Satered, according to Act of Congres.in the year 1ST!,' by :Mra. A. J. I)unlwy, In the ollleu of tilt. OHttariMH of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER VI. As M...

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. — 25 December 1874

FRIDAY DECEMBER 25, 1874. "VOTICE. Agents will please take notice that It Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small turns, and they will confer a great favor br remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. TO SUBSCRIBERS. .In common with editors and other modest and diffident folks, we do dislike to.dwn; but when dunning becomes a necessity, we think tbe quickest way It can bo done is the most satisfactory, both to dunned and dunucr. Bo now, friends, all who know yourselves in debted to the New Noktiiwrst, please do not force this disagreeable jo"b upon ua again, but remit al once the sum due this office. The new postal law goes into effect the first of January. We cannot furnish papers and prepay post age to those in arrears; and reckoning neatness among the cardinal virtues, we are shocked to think or the begrimed appearance our mailing books will pre sent after the first of January, if delin quents do not promptly respond to this reminder. We shall b...

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. — 25 December 1874

FRIDAOa..). .DECEMBER 23, 1874. ' HOMENEWS. r.Tj!,01iristniaa tree entertainment at ttoddlTornpIars'irall, promises to be" a most enjoyable affair. Admission free. .Hetfe9re prevalent aloug the river 'these' uiorBiiigs, to the detention and occasional mishap of the boats plyluc its waters. After the first of January the rates of freight on the O. S. X. Co.'s steamers between this city and The Dalles will be reduced. Hon. Sylvester C. Simpson, of this cuy, delivered the first of a course of meuicaiiecturesattlie University Chapel last Monday evening. A soldier, Joseph Nathan by name, was arrested in this city on Saturday, and has been adjudged insane. Ho was sent to Vancouver on Tuesday. XlJO, District Attorney, Hi Y. Thomp son, hoYbrdught action against the sure ties of Samuel Vowels and It. J. Ladd for the recovery of bond money. Calvin Ji. McDonald delivered his famous lecture, "The Massacro of Glen coe," in Museum Hall on Tuesday even ing It was well received by a very fair audie...

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 December 1874

8' FRIDAY. DECEMBEIt 23, 1S7J. rap SHAU. JUUUt. Thnrnltotdnr wm Wis touch- uy ..injur hoifolipwjn: -tr.r. r&rkvns n short Mint, before bo was shot dead; b Edward J. Muy bridge at Cull'sloga, Cal.jcn the 13th ult. Tlie cause of tho killing was -lillceed criminality with Muybrldgc's wife. HowUO'we know what hearts have vilest sin 7 How do we know ? Mmy, like epulcherfc, arc foul within. Whose outward rub 1 spotless as tuejmow. And manyjmay bo puro wc think not no. How uuarlo God the ouls of such havo been, What"mtrcycret penitence may win, ' kr"lfoirvHo-we know? How can wffteil who sinned tnorc than we. Ilnw tain we toll 7 We Ililnktour brother walkcth guilillr, i...ini..J)it!Rijr.,tiUAIiuAi i . ... . 1 1 PerhapsJind we been driven through the hell ui iiisiieuiiaauoiis, we niigni oe LessrfeliMn'flnr-u'itlly walk than he ' ' How can we tell ? Dare we condemn what others do ? Dare we rondemn ? Their strength In small, their trials arc not few, mi: nuts oi.vf jt,n jn uiuicutl II, sie...

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. — 27 August 1875

TiynntTar jf i 4a . .11 it Hits, i. jr. DC.MWAT. xaitor M. ITrlrtor. OFVJCE-Cornee. TirM, Att' KltM-U. - - v . ' OaeTearjtlILLj iJ S3 M Bto month a.-s . Ti.. ,.. VTa Three months..: .. ..: 1 00 AD YERTiaEMKNTS Inserted on KWsonao'le Terms. . CAPTAIN GRAY'S COMPANY1; ;. .OR Crentax M u.Tln)c. I O1f0a. Br MrAA.xitTOTWAY," irratE' jrrc, etc etc rEntered,accordingtoActotCongres,lnthe year lfSB, by Mrs. A. J.TKinl way, intht nfflecof the Librarian of GongrMf at Washington cuy. Vf ritten. 14 AnV first T-P.Ushel tes. j. Mc , Cormickja bgpk.form.ln ISSt' rrneaYlv' twenty" years ago the aatbonof, 'J Ihfc. ft-vl't (Win1 itftri?i'rfiii1Shr licid.lumn clntlons confined to llic Illiterate and strug gling pioneers or the land of heradoptlon, con ceived the Idea of entering In some way the world's Arena of betters. Itelng possessed of fertile Imagination, Imperfect education, aflec tlonate nature, feeble strength, and romantic disposition, and having encountered many strange experiences "which mad...

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. — 27 August 1875

. AUGUST 27, 1875. XOTICE. Agents wilt p!ea take notice that it is a great tax upon us to pay express charges tipon small sums, and they will confer a great favor br remitting" to us through money orders" or registered letters. WHOLE NUMBEE ISSUED, 209 Forfourtimes fifty-two weeks tbeNEW Northwest has flung lis banner to the breezes and scattered the leaves of 'Its' Jhougbts toward the four comers of the earth, many of them alighting in thick clusters in the near-by towns and vil lages, others borne farther away, scatter ing as they journeyed, and yet others, wafted by wings of steam, have sought out the far distant abodes of denizens of foreign lands beyond both Orient and Occident. Audi to-day, as we fling the initial 'number of Volume Five' to the same friendly breezes, our heart goes out from our cozy sanctum to our readerrnli over the earth with gladsomegreeting. Bear dwellers in the lonely farm-houses, whose weary feet keep ceaseless time to the treadmill duties of endless toi...

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. — 27 August 1875

. AUGUST 27, 1875. SOME HEWS?a- . - There are now thirteen p5WuUiirinSt!i; t ti . i tt ,.t i rvLi. -- i. Vincents xiusuuui, uu ctgut. aisiers give them careful aud constantcare!W Fifty-three cars loaded SvIthVwiieHt came into this city by the west-side road between Monday and Friday of last week. Call at Ackerman's for youf crockery, glass and plated ware. All Hie above named goods have been reduced; also fruit Jars aiid jelly tumblers. . A dramatic entertainment will be given at New Market Tlieatenfor the. benefit' of the Catholic Social Union, to ward the latter-cuU.ofjiext Jiionth.. Theencrlneersof Hie west-side locomo tives have been for some days compelled to keep a sharp lookout for the burning timoer contiguous lo me roail. Several trees have already fallen across the track. Rev. Thomas Guard. writes to Rev. Mr. Bentiey thatiis promised visit to this city will have to be postponed for two'or mree monins, owing lo the weariuess consequent upon, long .and arduous la bors, ami i...

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 August 1875

it - S SPHERE; a. -rf if ? lie sMj-eySr Ejrle:fi 3i . iir "ma DOWD,' L.T.K," "rnr. HAWnottK," nc, etc. , EntwM.aawnnPBtoAct ofCongress.ln the year J87S,by 'Sltsr&iT. Dunlway, In the office or . i -r-ir ... i n , ). innn rtvl With tbe terrible shock to Rosa's feel inga at Bucli sudden recognition of the one man, above all others whom she was most anxious to avoid, came a blessed counter-ahock, suggested by the neces sity of keeping out of his sight. She felt that his recognition would be her ruin anil disgrace. Besides, she was Imbued with aplrit of honest indigna tion whlchnerved her .to the calmness of desperation. "I And myself alone in the world, en gaged in aTiahd-to-hand encounter with destiny. All unused -tp struggling iti the denths of the slough of necessity, I yet will struggle nd conquer," she' said, while, before her vision rose cherished memory that often whispered to her In dnmbappeal, "You willou must succeed lor my saKe." A delicate.supper was brought by an obllgi...

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 September 1875

Is MBS. A. J. flr.MWAT, Mltor an Proprietor. A Journal for the People. Uevoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Hive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong ol the Masses. OFVICE Corner Fir,t nuil An .Streets, TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One year. fill months Three months.-.. .. l W 1 00 Free Speech, 'Free Press, Free Peopl-. .Correspondents writing over assumed slgna turcs must Snake known their names to the Edltor.or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVERTISEMEXTSInsertedon Reasonable Terms. VOLTJIHE V. I0'KXIL.AJVr, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1875. m hi hi ii m m m m ki m . "nra mi 1 WWW WwWW CAPTAIN GRAY'S COMPANY; OR Criming tbe rums and tiring In Oregon. Br MBS. A. J. DUNIWAY, author op- "junrrn reid," "ellen dowd," "AMIE AND UEJ.-RT l.EE,"aTHK HAPPY HOME," ETC, ETC, ETC. Entered, according to Act of Congress, In the year IS 10, by Mrs.A.J.Duniway, In the office of the Librarian of Congress nt...

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 September 1875

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1675. AOTICE. Agents will please take notice that it Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small turns, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or reglitered letters. POLITICAL.. Thp announcement that Hon. Henry Warren, Republican nominee for Con gress, would meet his friends at the American Exchange, on Monday even ing, had the effect to bring together four or five hundred sovereigns in the street, to whom the gentleman was introduced by Hon. J. F. Caples as "the next Con gressman." Mr. Warren is an elderly gentleman, a farmer in education, habits, conversation and instinct; thor oughly devoted to the interests of bis party, as he understands them; is a "hard money" man; opposed to the repudia tion of the national debt; in favor of ab solute recognition of equal rights; de voted to the improvement of our rivers and harbors and the consequent free commerce of the Pacific; understands the vicissitudes of pioneer life...

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