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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1870

In,,, ,os ......r,,.w:A.. - ... EI M AA,~UilAL~R W Z J W RY 7 80 1i(M . DEER SAD aý CI; .:wTA NUBE 27. AY7,1 POETRY. Light. Our readers .ill besgratidbsdthe r Uniedno ,sexquisites poem. it is by Widlems Vhs Peamer, i. Some yeas Pace, pioumuuued by see of the yet eunlseet critils in Europe to be the Asees pe.. action of the same length In our leaguage. From the quickened womb of the primal gleme, The sun rolled bleak and here. Till I wove him a vest for his Ethiop bhest, of the threads of my geld, hair ; And when the broad teet of the Ahmament Arose on its airy stars, I penciled the bee of its muatehles blie And spangled it round with date. I painted the owers of Edes bewers And their leaves of living green, And mine were the dyes la the slniess eyes Of Eden's virgin queen And when the lead's at on the truetfel beads Odd fastened its aortal spell, in the silvery sphere of the u baren tSear, To the trembinag sasth I felL When the waves that burst o'er a woeld aseaaeg Their work of wra...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1870

NEW NORTH WEST. Jam. U. Mill., " E d4itor DEER LODiE CITY, FEWIAT, JAN. 7. TIL "wf.Z4ETTW" AND THE ii.4 its.. We' s) *eo e aeout of Nsszraeh !" In tire OGelee of the 5th, is an article on titled "Rather Strong." but which we think is urAer week. The petition now circulated asking a better mail service, does not suit the writer. He charges that a half doze. men in Deer Lodge presume to designate the mail system of the entire Territory, without saying by your leave to Helena or other places. Let as state this case: There is now tri-weekly and half daily mail service over the greater portion of Montana. Under the advertisement of the Postmaster General, the mall lettings for the next four years from March lot, 18'0, prorvieftr only week ly service throueeqnt the entire Territory, helena included. The Gauette has known this, and we have never known but one uild protest to appear in its columns against It. The Postmaster General proposes to re duce the service to that amount. We have Mr....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1870

NE W NORTH- WEST. LEER LOfDGE CITY, FRIDAY, JAN. 7. MKfTSOROL.OUICAL RUCORD. LATtv Ilia 440 m inl~ IANUIYetTIZIZ 11040l mm. A!º7 I WUr s s dIattosi. _ ____uca Dccli =: 3-10- a 14% Clouady 8wind da 1 9 !l1 28 17, ' it11 3* 11 'A. o 1 17','C ear ad calm 4' C h 55 *4 8S (Moody and calm 5in Al s9 f18 JeS harandcalm W'eektly average l9°&, good for January. 1.13. LOCAIL NEWS. Cedar Creek.-At last there begin to come In conflicting opinions tn regard to the Ce dar Creek mines. For nearly two months the reports increased from mild statements to mnagnitude and brilliancy, until one must perforce reject them as exaggerations or re gard Cedar Creek as the golden Koh-i-noor of thecentury. We have never before known an instance where favorable reports were ao long maintained and uneontradicted. As yet no one has asserted they are a humbug, but numerous partics with less confidence' in their fabulous richaness and great extent urc getting tihe ears of the people. There hass not been as yet su...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST. DEER LOM CIt, VA3aT, J".7. P~ek" Mdsslssg. tWar Twda, to snbebzp m. aft MCI In one litth corner of California is feoae a species of mialng which Is widom or fnef er mentioned in print. It is called "pocket mining" and I am not aware that any of it is done outside of that little corner. The gold is not evidently distributed through the surface dirt, as In ordinary placer mi.e., but is collected in little spots, and they are very wide apart and esaeedihely hard to Sad, bus when youdo ad one you rep a rich and sudden harvest. There are not now more than 20 pocket miners in that en tire little region. I think I know every one of them personally. I have known ene of them to hunt patiently about the hil-sides every day for eight months without Lnding gold enough to make a snuff-bos-his gro cery bill running up relentlessly all the time and then I havre known him And a pocket and take out of it a thousand dollars in two dips of his shovel. I have seen him take out $3000 in ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1870

RUi~ fl~1 ·~f , - T~ '.te it n U t L u. ii ·13 i 2amsu r a tan A h as c dJ. NUni b 7. ..t . F. 1117 , I n "!. 4 . !' "":i f :r 1' / ,.t i 1jrNýýMI 1ý j 91 r+ý11t Is UI º i 7j )7. OW -jw) is11I1 9:A =r Jº .lCS)'U~ rr~~l1 Q "o n lar iblili ' I r 11 n~dl Motu a li,;lrr , 1; " jiýýr'Nynr r i '' · f'arON~: I l~ · ·~: V O ýC: Z141 ýý r' ?4 '' . 1C U 'I ~JW ·nlg7B' t:f J , 1. VU !"ý U11ali .L~f V ''1-1,7- 11 "&r A.n~msm leopaU'tta. - BT W. W. TORT. One of the mosat remarkarble of 3 k.' p*as, ndi Isruounoed by high authoriIes, pesAIea It p.dtr h~ coneIlag romeneS o paloseate love. AwI reading it, one e h as eet u mei eompoeu brd im sp a. Cleopatra. Iea, Charmla, take. y ybrander; They bar with a purple itala My arms. Turn over my pUioe . They are hot whore Ir.e Sla. Open the lattice wider, A gauge on my booom throw. Add let m Inhale the odors That over t garden d esa I dreed I was with my Aat , Ad l Ma armm I lay; Al, me the vision has vanished Its mode has dled away, The dame and the p...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. J...n. . .I.. . . .t lite rseu 15ol CmT, raEDT, Ax. 1I.j Islatrater eCaidi tt n Dane intr8tmM 6bd*a ties of resolutions &lOking to a.6 a1 organ Seatlon. After reejthg variouseu , e I r.ottlve; thdt a commS 'or sht a tizein shall be eh4ted bythe XAsembnij: .lif fourt it more of thtih hallt asenmbe a s poon as preinaCCbd rl organize; that they s't J1 have power to all vacandbs'on the cosmmit tee ait are cnlijwered at'sucji ImC as they tiL i~e p0ri0er 4o call on t' . qualifled lec f, rs of theb Terrltkry .ir, ried elegates to a (onstitutioualConvantio:s tiat ,tho ,rpre sentatiou of cleegatesshi be t se *no as t.,t botlI houses or te Lislatre; ,that no expenses shall be hscrrred ' by ais to the, Territory, asd the electio&jhall n1ot' be helm until after the censius of it 0. In jolint'conventipl oi 9 l4~9ltb, tl fol lowing persons wpre electei on the comaiit. tee: let District, Jos, .G.rt, ?.I C, Ca upb o l;,tt District, W. l .t se, 4., ,, Stpletoan; 3d stc$c%, A...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1870

NEW NORTHI- WEST. an am13 - - I A LOALL W'TI WS. lot jumping, .quire-dting trie.d knoew as "Jinm V*an,"'l le tiader Aver,"rse in frot.t Cedar urek this preelk.hruing left a week ago to day. lit is eqlhuslasticallyon tented With Cedar. "Jim"n'atervicirs well. We give the result. He estimates the num her of men in the camp at full 1,000, and wet 150 on the road. Few are coming out. In Louisvillc. 20 houses were being built at C6d. 'Junctiion,; W0A4n 'buflt;: nd 4 completed. Of those completed#i .t Mc Whirk & Warren, business, lix804 . Jo Ap. pollonia. resttaurant, 12x0; Lehman & New. ;mna, business, 1ix80; Jas. Talibt, tIIIusi, A. J. Simnmos. dwelllg{ Jie. I~ d , dwel ling; Geow.U oy, lwedlit..S Peie-, dwelling; OGo. Montgomery & Co., bus. cress. 20sx0; Messrs. McWhirk & Warrep lave a general store and restaurant, and are dolng tlsprijp.gipal busiesp. Mcals are $1, duest; flour per 100 piunds, $18 retail, 23c. lper pound; btef, 25 to S ~ts., sad srrte' No bacon in camp...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1870

331~PW 'r 6~ CTYFIID ST ALoZxZNx n5s?3A MLUo3Dnt 5e303 ,STr su a ms .asetW ,a.taoWr JAPA.. aren the are"M 31r1a I was ent oMdally to witness the tem.o tion of Has--EKrf* (self4m~oo j by dal. mbpweillltg), of Tak5pemalMbaoths. e of the Prince of Bisn. He twas whogave the order to fire on the foreign settlement at Ifieg. As the .lZr3riffls ims hel J.,a panese customs whieh has excised thegreat cat curiosity in Europe, although, owing to the fact that it had never hstherto been wit nemed by foreignes, it has seemed lttle better than a fable, I wll relate what oc. curred. Theceremrcy, whieh wdscudeMd by the Mikado himself, took place at 10dl t night In the Temple of Selgukuji, the headqwuar ten of the Satsuma troops at IIoga A witness was sent from each of the fore legations We were seven foreigners in all. We were conducted to the the epby oel. cers of the Princess of Batsu. ,and Choshiu. Although the eremony was to be condaucted in the mat private manner, the caual remarks whisC we ov...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 January 1870

EATx A I ._.:1 TOLUME i..,. DEER 1.ý B 01,~1A AU -2 17. ::~. 0 NUmIe 2 P Oi! N Y. "Ti.Ittle allJm.` It will be recollected that Mr. C. W. Cool *ek, meuy eayg sinas, came to this country as support ci Ch1wr ote Cushman, then in the full glory of her hlptronlc rsphs. Just before leaving England. an unknown, lorad poet read sad presented to Mir. f'ouldek the tol. lowiug poem. founded upon an imledemt in real life. Mr. C. s reading of it aiproeaimtes to that most pow. ul scene in the "Willow Copse," and it is doubtless tbrough hi readings is pas been iJyqstJpaUe sqplgPw udilsd in AmericanJoaraalams. .' The cottage was a thatdadtibe, the setefs old and yet everything within that cot was wony'ros neatand clean; The night was dat and stormy, the wind was b iug wild, *. ! A patient mother watched by the death-bed of her child- .-' ' A haide worn out creature-his once bright eyes grown dirt: It was the coheir'o wite and child-they called his "Little JUn." And oh! to see the Wiy tea fast hurn...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 January 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. qlin..m. . . . - T*io A" Us3sas1a DS a LOD(4 CITY, FRIDAT, JAN. S1. 2142 IXVr5TIG42'Oz. to a series of eomnmualmieatbs eoaeerming the recent Legislature now being published in the HcsuMi, v'tisiderable attention Is de voted to the reiolutimm Iatroduced by Mlr. s math of Dhunack, appoaintig a 'Special Committee to examine the Auditogs'.nail Truessutttr's accounts, and sp~eeches asserted to have been made thereon. -The report of the Cwnmmittee on tihe Auditor's and Tress. uerro' accounts, Mr. Smthll reporthig as ,% nember of that Oosnmitee. having been masde and published, it would winm that any deficiency In aconuntsor nsal.cdminlstratdon of etlice, w oaks show in tMat report. Or, if not, thc report Is subject to review, and is a salient gmaint by which toy-reach the (ostensi ble object--time improper discharge of duty by Barclay And RIodgers. If It Is memelysa Pretext t', give pubilication to the speeches of 1ito.ublican and Conservative members, the burlesquing of...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 January 1870

NEW NOR~HI- WEST. .MUTUOKOWWCAL now"R. *LATIWCZ IZ 10mI LOXorn.1Ju 110*40m. ALNPUDU 4.140 f~ee. 1e9u 7 a17 P NO P Av as; en3aUme. Jan : 7 7 a O> ('lowly and calls } ' 0 14 4 a (Clar and esai "' is 4 W8 18 10 ". " 301 27 as 1 1 loeady and oft "' II , 43 as x6'3!; Cloudy no W wild "" I 14 83 it *1 9! "" S wind "' 181 4 40 31 I 34 " B N " 1402 SI 3) UO ? " S wind 1. II 1 13 j 1 " NW wind **B-3 j- **ESh " " *J "'It' 3"1 - - 4 .23y, 'lear and alm "" 111 2 X37 2R 9895 Clandy S wind 11 II ' ! tCal 1 plouy ywla4 "9J 28 tb5 :3l 31 ('ud -_a Average for weeks Wa' o0 averame for week ending Januarr 90th. lee onid..y, January 1th. Lowest tuemlerature noked. 36o 4.ulow aeto. Beipse on Janu ary 17IT2 beautiful, with peculiar phomea in the obscuration. togr CURONOLOGICAL. January 22. 18241, John Wagonerand Joe Plzaatbla "has;,. JannariS 1. 1960. Opgir Onlch. LBlackfoot3 diseverwl by ls en, Pemberton et a Jawmary 18. 2U86. New York Gulch discorered, January 14, 1844. Oeorte Lane. F Parrish. Ilere...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 January 1870

NEW NOHWFW irliEU 0R - tM nbAl~ ST4NxToYx **Oati "a Chisage Tribes. Tahi OME OF STANTON. Somewhat like the death of Lincoln was Stanton's, loss tragical, less violent, but not the less unexpected. The dawa of a day came, and as the sleepy operator at the tele graph office roused himself at the tread of feet, he took from the hand of an efficer of the Surgeon General a telegraph despatch. As he counted the words iu that listless, an inquisitive way peculiar to telegraphers, a sudden expression of interest rose to his face; he comprehended the weighty purport of the matter,-a notice to distant relatives,. -and he looked up wide awaked. The great despatchesender was no more, . the mightiest telegrapher who ever lived, next to the spirit of storm itself. He had directed the bolts which should splinter fleets and perforate ci ties, slay armies and dbsolate val leys,-sitting at his office table, with the wires near by; and this was the Iast name which should bear his message, perhaps: "' ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 January 1870

46 VOLUME DEER LODGE CITY, MONTA RIDAY, J Y P0ETRY. Tier 1Fotestope of Decay. TRON Tre SPANS "R. Oh t let the soul Its slumbers break Arouse Its senses and awake, To see how soon Life in Its glories glides away, And the stern footsteps of decay toime stealiag on. And while we view the roling tide Down which our flowing minutes glide Away so fast, Let us the present hoar employ, And deem each future dream a joy Already pasL Let no vain hope dmnelve the mind 1o happier let us hope4o &ad To-'morow than to-day. our golden dreams of yore were bright, Like them the present shall delight Let them decay. Our lIves like hast'nlng streams must be, That Into one engulphiag sea Are doomed to fall The sea of death whose waves roll ea (Ar king and kingdom, crown and thrne, And swallow all. Alike the river's lordly tide, Alike the humble rivulets glide To that sad wave; Death levels poverty and pride, And rich and poor sleep side by side Within the grave. Our birth i. but a starting place; Lif...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 January 1870

NEW NORTHI- WEST. £3a , f * *rtiLU 3EER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, JAN. s$. NORTHERN PACIFIC ROAD. Until the Canfield corps of observation started on its survey last summer, the pro. ject of the Northern PNdie Road was se garded by many as iUttle more than a suppo sition--a grand impractical theory, two thousand miles long, frosen the entire length and thawless as the polar gateways. That survey, and facts ascertained, demon strated differently. For a time, the subject attracted much attention from thep Tess; the people along the line was buoyant with hope, and counfdentiy anticipated the initia tion of measures insuring the early con struction of the entire road. But, although the reports, so far as made public, were fa* vorable, and Jay Cooke was sufikently in. terested to pay postage on a large edition of them, Mr. WDilkeson's pen did not spread on the ample pages of the Tribute theexpected aeries of masterly articles. the grand mort gage of lands was not made to the popular. izers of t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 January 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. DEER LODGE CIT,_ FRIDAY, JAN. 38. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. LAW iWD 450 40 m OaxoIes 11840 0. ALTTsrOs 4.110 feet. 11ot ? A 0--- f 3 P 3vo £WO UKANrs. Jas ti n 0 =J 44 0 *)a S1 ( Cloudy s6 wind 21 1s A S) 122, " 31; 13 41 39 34% " W " "" 94 40 45 I 4 3i I 8 wlat " St s at9431 (ludy and ealm 1" 7 31 40 s 381 ,Gou4y W wind Average for week 31 C. Rainlng slowly, with water running freely in the streets. This is the warmest and longest continued thaw that has occurred In Jan uary for the list 11 years. The frost is coming out of the ground wlhre bare. But few patches of snow in the valley, but deep and increasing in the mountalas. 0. 8. CIIIHONOLOGICAL January 0.1867, Prof. Ilodge shot George Moore-'E Battle of Bear River; 30! Indians and 39 soldiers killed. February 1. IM85 Capital moved from Bannack to Vir February 1, I813, Montana Illstorical Society inorp. February 8, 1864. Wm Hunter hung In Osliatin valley. LOCAL NEWS. Cedar.-Judge Mayhew is back from Ce dar. He prosp...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 January 1870

NEW NOIT - WjST'r. DEER LODGE CIFY, FRIDAY, JAN. g8. 1OW W$. Me INLIYT UIJI2R D. sr 0on3 QVILL. I do not vouch for the truth or mfginlity of this sad tale of woe. It was related tp me by the victim, IL Wmn. MeGinley, on evening upon the front platform of a horse car: . I suppose," said Mr. McGinley, ",that I am the most unfortunate man that everlived. By rights I ought to be dead. I've got no business on this here earth. If auy other man hal suffered a tenth part of what I have, he would be mouldering in the silent grave as dead as Andrew Jackson. "Sometimes I think that there mast have been some mistake made about me when I was born. The baby who was the real Wiluam McGinley must have been mixed up somehow and swapped off for the Wan dering Jew. Nothing, you know. could kill him, nrd neither it can me. I don't be lieve I'm ever going to die. As fat as I am concerned the undertakers might as well put up their shutters and retire into private life. I'd just like to know what in the n...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 February 1870

:2B .,IR ,zm is~u ~r7' 0;H~.r ~~~-~ 1 t . lva f u I O"fldSJ# sr (, 84if O ' 4TT jP La *. ~~8Lid aa *11330 jiL: I 7!§I.,! 71 1z' 'VI VUSAM a V U Is-Vic * il fill .ý ý. ... . ý r r . .It ...__.. '..*ý _ 1r A e ru n n n Jn. a s _ ý le. In )omorlalam. [Then have bee few mae bemiutll /i l tut rwritte. Itwas e nMl g It OargP I, liD gjeeaid "o'e msuabLaluase wleb W dia e, bltegy that so hbautlful a tribute othis woald be wrttm toe bi nnsemur." . On the bose at a r, Where the arm malnsed hris ae, And the strtallght gleamed Iaer ases a mveel ghd t eam0e1, eorning dewdrol bangs like mi I (n the besig tdMeof her beamh And the aspy ra a so fashar Softlyo tehe .dlaet oe. At her prow a phlot p. ..sg iA the aethau yne utaod drsasls., And he wa JI gsweii4 em l Through bhi hair the, fease prted. And aeon the pave 0 leaed. O nt as pnlp, dhiSeow4.l Waabl deyan bealt bwo Aee Tbroungb theboilekos ahft . Dada of lanrelbloom were wtirqlg And his bnuud ronaen were throwing Ma. uc from a tyre of gold. Switt...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 February 1870

N W NORTH- WEST. Jmna. . . MU.e. . . . Ui o.. 3i 1kB WI, mI;AT, v. S. The amsthemst datler of . tstal. Mm taas h wM eQie w poeed a of11 a llan dqmiaesrbar Thel oe has motbs whem the uata rmmd, the Dearber., Sm . jer antehepri slder mettlemetes were mNe The ' an see, Bds, Plgss, mUand .11 mmaerof mng ind halfbrnesimogrel hbae thir: hunts eloes up to ite settle msae,i familiar with every trail ladling late iad thr.ugh them, knowing their mu bes, isoleion and wmeakhss, from begging, stmstllg,:or murderisgeaeUrls, sub adom thi repats of the multaitdlein whiskeq trades that t~oo" thise lodtIues, a v·iit the ladlnap e ar.,e amath k paste wlit~dt. pedataby e.l craioei, o etith.Sg it tbheaptoae of aOtR sand, a in them reent, Iostmnes tof aleolnm l.rij a.md Timglgy mamscre and torch. To live there wa.s; eoastst chstler .e to death; i·'dthl:son w~hsl hbceb for yeaels tataw of tram pIiam, feor i oar eerhlnsthu pop .ra., economeal rotte for travld. Its sole and m~on ptWl protectimn has Jwee the...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 February 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. DEER LODUE CITY, FRIDAY, V5M .A m"" ot AL usu.. rsa IT A w r e aa s ? s 3l"IuW. £.IWae a te 410 W.eekl averae W. Very mat frtlsume o r. Sunmaml R aJMaR , atal Dlty sraap W: 4407. bdow am., a.. ede .s day, 1t~1 warme. t da.ty, t 40% s ; iat.Iug a : rectkei of dted, Dam 5W au W; pswaYaI, diUs tlon otwIt r ad e mlm sWt witeh amwage thea usal; a I eu day . Idodt, selw e a, or lawI windy; 8 mow storvas, I whkl tler lache tell In. towe: I Ma starm. r iIath, at wbhich o Isn Sull amoant e* t m d mow d raln In .gay , 0.84 lL. Tbhe meath erated 1wam.er taJu La IS a.d iW ehass wb. as CRIaOOIo .. . Febrarsy 41 65, FIrat GCy s1.te is Virg Iaa. etruary , 1816, CR Seon killed by ai sims a the Dearbeq _ February It, ISW, Wd cLo'bhile saelded l TViarlnl LOCAL NEWS. - Go to the Metaepoltam terenesau Pilgrim Bar.-The misers on this Bar, probablyle richost in the country sad the greater partlon worked by large oomapeaes, are making preparations fur thorough work in the spring. Among t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 February 1870

. LEIl3lUlETT, FRIDAY, haU " de e Wvd.Mdo ,Mb . 4'w., Sname) do osw aea ý+n+s -. after giving an sAen er t cro - de Gorgler, Dideliiber tot 3a e: ld4. the Coni~y.Fg *oof the ocbfasion 1 mre t ot ins a e Pourtales-Gaglwr,4hrn~a @ MIig1pDDay Is ct ar-mIngly " 1d' ter. j , ofa ro mantle gpf ____ WmrJr) ý Pjh . its name), and overloot a wihe expanse of lae view, beydeaduhideb * splendid stretch of Mountain scenery, extending ifrotdlesdt bIl btMe,iitqrua;( fortable little villages dot the landscape; bordering tbohe lakelibige up, nestling amihi Pckr the "£*atr and Inl h-bor Igh yiM ews 1oWf I 9rui. (^ In honor of the occasion came or on Biu danweiIv p shtSd hae'me JAo Me-l chatel at b.M*A41m$ ' qa' 9'4gq91 as we left the station a salute of three guns was fired, A4 hgai i matth s1 e*uamlithe carriages wound up the hill to the chateau. After our arrivatltib iflbt terrace was throuo ib4he peagantry and villagers, one of wh om, young gi4siaalot4,b - in the name of her sisters, to present a ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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