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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 February 1870

. a o r:c .,I l . 1toa a a r-- - ·---I :c an o -- 7 8 a 6 ? .*'-bV- ' - II Vt ..,a -SFr ' ! a " :~~~~~, I° I t....[ ..: v " ·- .' . ' m p e 'In . i+7; ,-r : r, t . t . •;.s Sr "nnnnVOLUM En1u ! t 3 srer = -i " nIVi.`b / . : ==_~~~~~o m l !!! !! l" i. .. , POETRY. Msemeorle. They come on the bree of the moraing, They come with the dying day. They pity my lone, and spirit, And carry me far away; Away on thle wings of fancy To wander in realms sublime, Surooaded by golden glori, L'Lbacldud by apers or time. And there, amonu dreams of beauty, And vidsona of light and love, And murmnrlng sounds of w tl0, That duat in the air above, The form of the long departed Co.nes forth from a mist of ,loom, And brckona, wilth loving g rtae, My andaering spirit home. And there is no more heart-aching, Por plnalou of lov we mspread, And floating In endmile glory With shadow-llght overhead, 'fong rustling trues that murmur To rippling. mlivery streams. Our spirite hold sweet commsuls. Immured In this l...

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. — 11 February 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jam. IL cuitll * . d o*. n PVesnases. -EES LDE CITY, ialI.T, FED. IL IOWINGI TABU. On December 1st. .15 , , we publqlbed tbe following of the Legislature norUK PaOCersoaDO , D3C. 5. Mr. .peatkr, I desire to give notice that I will, eoa to-orrnow, lntroduce a bill pro hibiting say person from holding any olce within the gift of the people of this Terd tory, or by appointment, ailes he can, pro duce a earticlate that he has served at kleast three years in the Confederate service, or has lived at least five years in Missourl. Signed 8xtra. The above notice was offered by H en. A. J. Smith of Ihaverhead, one of the threq Re. publican members of the Legislature, and transmitted to us by another of the three, lion. Israel Gibbs of Deer Lodge, as a "true copy." Mir. Smith was publicly reprimand. ,di by the Speaker of the House, and the President of the Council refaued to enter. tain it in the Message from the House. In view of the extreme partisaniem exhibited by the Democ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 February 1870

NE W NORTH- WEST. DEER gLODi CITY, FRIDAY, W91% II. NETrOBOLOGICAL R1EORD. oIaacIItD tnwasLT 11B ultILL. PraSt, DsUaWA. "s8 coaassrosussT or eaTsuseIAs sswrrt,,LT. T1tVr S 46 o*4051 L4o. ITVDsi IOll 4s. 6m 7 AW.N u 1m em"l " or 1su O Aa .. AxL,5ws 4.940 teet. Fb 4 a= a o 30 Clondy ad clm a15 SeSl 3 ,81 do do " 61 6117 $1 Sa do do "* 71 44 40 34%,Cloudy, strolnS w. ** 40 as Ia 4s% *srueng. w Feb 18,1806 Me .ellan OGlch, on rickly Par, dis a overed. Feb 14, 166, Tage ('reek, Little Pricdkly Per Bast, disacered. Feb 16, 1864, Barse, Nick FrJcyw sad Jobh elac broke Iafl. Perb lI 1863 EdgeQtoo county .tlblilhod, LOCAL NEWS. Nestasn Pemlteetiary.-In accordance Witih the adivettsement of the Superinte.a dent, the time for receiving proposals for all or iperilonl of one wing of the Peniten tiary exjlred on last Friday. and the bids were opened on Saturday by Superintendent .litchell. and assistant O'Bannon, in pres. ence of the majority of the bidders, and a numlwr of citizens. The bids, ac...

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. — 11 February 1870

N W NORTH -WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FIDATY, FE.L 11L. A Yefar's Jes*Wo. 'Ite crops of 1800, as a whole, througih out the Union; have been above the averalge In oon thing has there bee even a par tal fallure. Better than this, with the it . ception of wheat, and, in •ameasure, pota toes, no great staple but has borne and still bears a good price-a price that pays for raising, with a generous profit added, Coppare 1800 with 1830: 185. 1800. Wcat oer. per barrel......... .50 55s0 N5p sour, per barrel........ ... 8 cI 4 a1 ra stl pr barrel .............. 4 0 473 C ora, per hulheIl................... 1 ( I l O . per bus ...el .................... 4 7 I pW babe n .... ............. 1s s ry, per bhul l................... 5 1 10 White bean, per bni.hel............ 1 )0 500 ay, p.r tQlUlponl:l3................ S3 1 5s Couo . Mr pound, ..............., i s Iloel, pe' pound.................... It 9 Prk. per barrel ..... ............. 00 P00 l per barrel .................... r 8000 uont, drewwud,...

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. — 18 February 1870

. - . :- - *" """"h "'' - . , . ` , - . M -O N T VOLUME 1. ,.DEER LO tUB~ 33. Rý "" '~r :rt + Yý : .1 *71 ý l. POETRY. *he Jolly Old I'edagague. A na oil old pedagoge, lohg ao, TAh and leder, and sllow and dry; Bll form was beat and hi gait was slow, Mis lag, tMm hair was as white as wow, aeta weederul twinkle shone n hiange; Lad he san every ngbg; as he west to bed-. "W as bo happy dows here below, The living shaeM live, though the dead be dead," am the jelly .Id pedagoes& lod ago. Uts taught hi scholars the rule of three, Writing and reader, and heytor, too; lie lok th litle oae upaon his knee, Far a kind old bea in his breast had he, And the wasts of the lIttleet child be know. 4Lsarm when you're young," he oftes said, "There's meeh to enjoy down here below; Biear &the Ilvig and rest for the dead," ADM this jelly eM pedagogue, lon ago. Wish the stepidest boy he was kind aedeool, Upeaklg esaly la guasast towes; the rod was hardly known In hi. seheos Whipping N oMm was a ba...

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. — 18 February 1870

NEW NORTH* IWEST. di.ss. II. MII*I, * dis4to* Ann PCtLISaWU. DEER LODKIE CITY, FRIDAY, FEB. I8. " OIToJ M-NA.VCXs. We publish tids weak the annual Report of the County Cuapaissioners of the Finsa s of the co'nty. The farm of publication is, we think, the most comprehensity and complete yet prrsented bysa Board in the Territory. Ti en'bles Tax Phyers to see the amount received and ependedin eacli Puidd and to whom; and, with tht test report of she Chairman accompanying the Tabular statement, obviates the necessity of an cdil dtial rceapitulation. It is painfully asipa rent that the county is heavily In debt-$88, 000--acsly as much as the Territory. The receipts in County Pun last year, were P1,4W 40 and of this $10,000 00 were paid for interest on debt. The cousty date *at at the eand of the year with Its debt incheus. .4 $8,700 96 Let a business man be placed to that situation and he will real.se that it is a disastrous state bf affairs. 'Pot Msi. debt we have a Court House Valued 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. — 18 February 1870

NEW NORTI- WEET DEER LODUE CITY, FRIDAY, FEE 18. XKtcWF~t(tOUA.5V:4L IWcOiw. OORSUVTED) WIKLYV 85 URAWVtILLL SOTAST, DsW.NA* tie conne'0osany t Psaon s ertpoIN7ýltavr atIrrtels 40: 40 UL 1Seswas A401 40 M. AtIUtt113 4.540 feet. 1SS !t A 59ir a * p aoAv'os lemase. Feb1th S1 j s so J)l (Lu4Y and Wwwnd "' 417 i 41 E :3 t, o 8 do " " 1 6 1 i lli 0 16; Nw " 16 -4 Ml s 7T4{ 6 and calm "' ' " 15 24 -5 1! ('lear and calm Weekly average 2W, . Two snowy days 4) Inches tell. hat dritted us that ball ta.e grimd s hes. ('old ditithi ilorkous dar., U. t. LOCAL NEWS. Xasouak-The Masonic Bullding is now about completed. It is tramn, S3tiz6 feet, two btories high, plastered and painted throughout, and is the second best building .,n the west side of Montana. II was con Uractei and erected by Msjor S. 9 ElweU. and will cost, completed and furnished, some $6,000 or $7,000. The Lodge Room is tux &50, with three reception and committee rooms at te wu st. ed. The stations lb the east, south and west ...

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. — 18 February 1870

TNT Not very legpol happied to oe `en~th the s igee rf, ap .' ii~ilfeidis ani endlessly broken "treaties of eternal ra daithyv I ms du bet doe6 *(5. -W.85 and o- of the whKt dibss wehielshlad f wmre thaR eight years meen at warfare with tie whites. The uc*e* a-swhl valley within the slimetiwIs Rnckcyioushptm, Wail A Oho he and wigwaus of thie spsaowblo trdqqtne Tfie' ommsiosior. deco ttd 'by i S o dragoouns, woer thsaInmmseolmnsa htell, an one after another, the native Chiefs'&fis *"hir marks to a document, tlwesatentse whkfi Vett dplainod td tt11a Selmttlyaf .* wastL w 111egptinopht glbyuupp mint with an ofl1cial of tie Indian Depart mnent one of thane w anering-eyed Yau kees wbb harts bon ndt Inmbtly .lsc. as "fo hvealeekinhwmWat (gi ething ent nd make $25,O0O by." Suddeal 1(1, lghtel on k .s id" ioem4 s4mts bys s Indis .4itltgga "a:se Leu of 4 tree smoking. "Whose Is that mule ?" he asked. : ..'1 laps" was ths fiiher a z " "Well, look yon sere," saki the olla11 "you know Well...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 25 February 1870

TNIE~. t I. , - 11 K VO[EUMEI 1. DEE~R LP1~ AD TY J DAY, FBRUARY2,170NJBE34 POETRY. After the lall. DY NortI PERRY. Yhey sat and combed their beautiful hah, The long bright tresses one by one, As they laughed and talked in tbeir scbmnusr thuge, After the revel was done. Idly they talked of waits and quadrlle, Idly they laughed, like etber girln Who, over the fire, when all is still, Comb eat their beaida and earls. Slbes of satin and Brussels lace, Knots of flowers, and ribbons, tor Scattered about in every place, for the revels I. through. And Maud and Madge ia robes of white. The prettiest night-gowns under the son, Stockiagles, asipperiess, sat In the aight, For thw revel in done, bit and ecmb their beautiful hale, Those wonderful waves of brown and gold, Till the lire Is out in the ehamber ters, And the little lier feet ar cold. Then out of the gathering winter chill, All out of the bitter St. Agnes weather, While the Are is out and the house is still, ."1aud and Madge together ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 25 February 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. Ja.e Al. iMSll, i Editor AWD PtrLnuUEU. DEER LOIKIE (ITr, FuIDAY, FED. 25. MASONIC CEREMONXIE On Tuesday, Feb. 2*J. the suzaiverwary of Washlington's Birthday, the )asonak Build Ing in Deer Lodge was completed. The sound of the laantm r and saw had cease, trowels, brush and needle had done their work, and the Hall was in p ndines.to be dedicated to the purposes of thg1jIyptic Brotherhood. Msa r Elwell had faithfWily peerfenumd his contrsct. Tire floors of the Hall and ante-rooms, with an area of 23K00 feet, without partition or support beneath, were thronged during the day by art audi ence dense as they could sit and stand, with out perceptible tremor or Jiulding.. This Dancing Uail on the first floor was tastefully decorated with emblemus, wreaths, and k's* toons of cveraruerns, cngravings, designe, drapery, etc., and ready for the festivitiesof of the evcuing. The Lodge floc p was, for this country, a marvel of citlgance and beauty, and elicited universal epressi...

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. — 25 February 1870

NEW NORtTYI WEST. DIER OI*I:.E CITY, FRI NAT, YEIB 94. MWIgOM1OLOUICAL ELEUUD. COR53(i5RI' WY61bLT MYOt 43 It~iLLZ MWAUT. j)P~4W.:CA Tit ýll ttElrýiJUNfT OF? uMIITSI',o\IAN lthl1?LTL $ aTITLVIS 46:40 10 LflrfITrlIt Jig:40 ID Ai.TITIIIE 4.2W feet. 1 7(I 7 A ii2 P IN 1 J' M1A) . ULNAASIt'. 7.bI#1 - 151 ('tor :iisd c:Ilm 21 t1 ! : 1 luudy and caIm "" 91 Ili 1:0 :"1 29" " 1IV. ;. :S 42 "'And ratuyn ^ tM M :*. $, Acl ""vtits. A 40i $# 'b aMiriid "' 4 37 37 ý1 :hIanigalvo' WCe.kty uwvrsi#.: ii` (1.44 in. ot runand' wflhl nsd snow dutt1ia thu Nat'l. 3Z1iieet I'ebzuary no rucwul LOCAL NEWS. Maamie Rall.-It Is p:Wst-.intembered with the things that were. Can tite pencil limn the graces of be:muty and youth, the ca denoes of music or Lime slut ii of pleasure-lit eyes? Can soulless typet thrill with hap piness, or dingy oil and lamnphinck glow with ithme brilliamc'y of life's mormilg ? But this Is not a ettecihism. We would teln of the Ball, the largiat asstemlbnge that ever congregated to 1il...

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. — 25 February 1870

NE's NORTH = W]EST. DEER 600616 CITY, FRIDAY, FE3. fli [Address, cuntianud fsi lit psaga tects. They cannot tell when they were eg ganised or when they did not exit. ýaý thinks he has fouad that they wre augan. IKI at each a place and time; tapiher rays they eisted before that titre, in dnotbhr place. When history first gives us any ac countof architecture we can rely pu, .we find the kaowledge of it was iabught as a secret. In Rome, without doubt, two and a half centuries after the erectionof Solam nq Temple, theCollegeof Architects wasfoand ed, the organization of which was Similar tonmodern operative Free Mmamory.i The Prat authentic history of arebitec tare during the Middle Ages reords thar the knowledge of it was tafght as a secret, in some places the Order stlU besrad the old Roman name. In England we find an organization claiming direct connection with the Roman architects chartered by King Mthlestane as early as A. D.t TilaJpjs was undoubtedly the parent of all the Ma sonic...

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 March 1870

Na VLM D VOLUME 1. DEER LOIDGE CITY, MONTANA, PRI)AY, MARCH 4, 1870 UBE 5 POETRY. The Dedouin'w Rebuke. DT dlafne Asst`. lVebar, a 3edoula of noble heart, That from all men received of praise the fee, Owned a brave horse, with which he would cot peat, Because from death he once had run bhi free. The man and beast were friends, and it is vice To sell our friend or friendship for a price. The horse was flack and eCMeg. his step was proud; His neck was arched, his ear alert ter sound; fles speed the tempest's, and his mans a cloud; Iis boots woke thunder from Wie desert ground; IMe eyes flashed lightning freem their Inmost core; Victor of Distance was th3 name he bore. Daher, a Bedoaln of another tribe, Had often wished to bey this famous beast; And as he smoked, and heard his friends describe its comely parts and powe,, the wish increased; But Nebar said the hore should not be sold, Though ofered wealth In camels and in gold. Then Daher put on rags, and stained his face, And went to w...

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 March 1870

NEW NORTH " WEST. 'dine. fit. Mills , - - - ditoR A"D PI BLVDIAU. SEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH 4. NOB TLIEItN PACIFIC B. It. Like the species of ju;glery described it the phrase 'now you se' it, and now you don't," Is the Northern Pacific Railroad But through evil and good report, through verbal sunshine sad storm, the work still goes on. The last rumored suspension of surveys Is thus disposed of by the New York Tribuneof February 16th: "We have been shown a t" tigram of which the tol lowlag k a co)y. DAu.ae, Sr. Lot-is Reran, Mnxnm'ora. I February 314tb. 1570. ( To Gov. Svrrn. Presihlb'it Northern 9jaclc IL it.: Ground broke: on the Northern ?siic Itailroad to day. One htnmdreu men at work. Hurrah for the com atencement of the great enterprise! I have sei parties of euoniers Iu nCe til*ld. WNhli push the work %igor oely. IRA Ss'AeUtro, Engineer in charge. This dlispatch is a refutatiou of the false and hostile telegram published on Saturday and Sawday to the efect that the survey...

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 March 1870

NEW NORTh -WEST. DEER LOD(GE CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH A. Lt NATIONS FOR MARCH. New Moon........ 9d.... Sh....5Mm .......Morisig FirutQuarter......lud.... h. ....STm........Morning Full Moon........i7d.... 9b.... Rm........Morning Last Quarter......ikld... .llh....54m .......Evening New Moon........ild.... 9h.... 14m........Evening METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. connREfTCEI WEEK5.Y 511' GANV(LLE STUART, DEMOXNA TEII at K'5MIN ý5'tT o7 5NITI55i.JNIAN IN5TITUTB. LATITI'1E ib iil in 1LO oITU1Ii 11240 m. A5.T5TDe 4.210 feet. IM70 7 AMu NM 9 P P AVHUS RESIAtKU. Fe ott 27 :11c 27 WJt ' Cloudy h wind "t 90 41 25S "'NE wind 3s' lei S0I 19 22's Cloudy and calm Mar.1 17 .t1 27 27, " 2 »" 24 12 19&,I " NE wind " 3 7 14 13 11),1 " * Weekly average 254. March comes in stormy. Av. viaue for February 2e". 4; only 3 mornings below te to coldest morning l7th, -15": warmest 9th, 41!;°, at 2 p m 55". 1.415 Inches rain and melted snow. 7.50 In. of snow fell, but none on the ground at dose of the month. 36 cloudy...

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. — 4 March 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. DtEE LODGE CItr, FirIPsT, AElcU4. 1n. MsegE JPwUeen. In the year 1780 the Rupbyss Anse, aues of Peter the Great, reigned in Russia. Her court was a gay one, with the kid 4fhalf. barbarous splendor which Is shown in the palaces of the czars at that period. The brief autumn of those extream norther re glons was rapidly passing away, as*o while itatesmen were knitting their brows over political stratagems, or military campaigns, for the new year, the co.ileas were eagerly planning amusementh to enliven the heavy gloom of the long whiter, already drawing near. Balls, masquerades, coacerts, and other entertainments of the usual courtly routine, wee lightly talked over. But of these the proud gallants and jeweled dames were very weary. Honest labor knows of no fatigue so exhausting ar the satiety of Idle pleasure. Courtly gsyeties eren. be. come exceedingly doll and wearisome-a heavy burden, in fact-tothemost frequent ly taking part In them. There was a cry Abr novelty. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 March 1870

TE E N T ST. VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1870. NUMBER 36 e ~r ..miac ****w** *rPrm*n!I **r* * ::n - --ra n. .; i i .-- .- *= :',' <' 5 -a' a. r a . -!gg II!, nI F -F ,1 W" 'pnFl I am FaIMsW gi ll " I II I l l" 1i1t1 bIlll rill lIllI F '1 PIM- .... r . -- . r-r . ----anme POETRY. Thoe aong of the Wintera WaId. UT 0.. SAIWU5. My volce Is bold and strong and brat! My song l the soat of the aiens sad fuel And the strings I sweep with my rugged breath Are the rose limbs f the forest tree. I roll my thunderlag bs al de The naked rocke and dark ravines; And mes for the sdiling maden, fpring, nla the bearded teps of the everpmea I proe my glitterlag fager down On the laughing tongues ef the mouatain rlls, And check their mi.h n amy chlllIng dsp, And llence the low of their merriest true. I dame In the scboolboy's curly hair, As he lses saor on his painted sled, Lad I sandi nip his sister's lip, And touch her cheek with a roale red. I whistle my jolliet teane n t...

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. — 11 March 1870

NEW NORTH WEST. Jr" EL Me -ills * * dlwto: blRELODoI CITY, PRIDAY, IA3CR 11 MOLD 110. The United States began their career with everal important politkial problemson hand forsolatlon. Europe lssatisied they are invul. aerabto to foreign aggression. It is demon strated a People's government possesses the cohesiveness of patri6tism in the eminent degree. The reservation of governing au thority by the governed has given the Na tion vigor, growth, Intelligence, indepen donce and progressiveness. In a life-time, three millions have become forty millione; subdueda continentof wilderness to a heri tage of wealth, and ranked the "experiment of self-government" as a first power of the earth. We received the baptism of blood; passed the ordeal of attempted revolution. The latter entailed enormous expenses. The obligations of t he government, to which the faith of the Nation was pledged, sold on the streets of New York, July 16, 1864, for 88} cents on the dollar, and the expenditures of the go...

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. — 11 March 1870

NEW NORTH1- WEST. VEER LOD0E CITY, FRIDAY, MA. 11. LUNATIONS FOR MARCH. New Moon........ d .... .... 56m ........... Morning First Quarter...... 0d .... 8b .... 7m. ...... Morning Fall Moon........l17d.... 9h.... 8m........ Morinr Last uarter...... 1d .... 1bh... 4m .......Evening New Moon.........8d .... b....14m ........ Evenng METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. OR3SC1TED wXZLY 31T oRAWVELLS AT'tART, DsISIA TSDn OORusPowDuxtT Or 5TNSoxIrAN iWrATT . LAsTTCUrl 4640 m. oaxrTLt'D 11o040 lm. ALTITCD 4.1.0 feet. 127O 7 Au N x 0 P AV'ous ImxAsse. Mar. 4 la: 3i 4 ii1 IS Cleudyandeslas 4 4 83 20 19 "' tu "7 11 17 a Pt " lcalm " , 2 3 40 81 35 " S wind i" 10 0 17 10 10 " N wind Weekly average 15". Cold and stormy. 4K in. snow fell durlug the week, but is abot all gone. 85.100 of one Inch of melted snow In gauge--.nowing contin ually on the mountains. All we now require is a little rain at Intervals during the summer. The drrt geese of the season arrived this morning oinolg north. The ducks and larks wl...

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. — 11 March 1870

-E .uRTR[ - WEWI .- LOW inmi, kT,E L IL IAe Nwr qf the Di m nd W ydg.. loem te ew TnYt Wods. When Senor Ovluedqa, ehermof the "Dia eood Weddlng," was arried ten years ago, interviewing had not yet reached the pe~boatIe 1 ha.l sin s ttalea ,"yet h newspapers annaged to tall pretty =WPh everything that could be fold lom the woo. lfg to tlenarryang. tA joet, and a nakee peat at that, born somewhere about Narrma pgsett bay, and nursed among the clam. S ers of that region, was foud to relate the story I. glowinlg wve, not better than Hood's, and not so bad a Holmes'. It was -dd at the time that ptana Bartlett, the bride's father, or the Cuban Don Oviedo or somebody else, would have challenged the poet to fight a duel, only that a denizen of Pourteenth street ould not fight a plebian of Thirteenth steet. However lathll ybej It is ecrtain that he sung in straightnuward verse, asseverating that he need not te1t,t19 all the same. Now it beell re se wrmer day Tbh War of the Cabmes trogBed thi...

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