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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 March 1870

VOLUME 1DEER *L O D . IT Y , 0.N U M B8ER 3 . POETRY. Thla Fortune in thae Daisy. Of what are von dreaming. my pretty maid, With your feet in the summer clover? AlI you need sot bang your modest bead I know 'tie about your lover. I know by the blushes on your cheek, Though you strive to hide the taken; And I know because you will not speak, The thought that Is unspoken. You are counting the petals one by one, Of your dainty, dewy pesles, To Sud from their amber, whean t done. The secret it dhcloses. You would see If he comes with gold and land, The lover that Is to woo von; Or bring bhi heart In his band, For your heart and your h tad to sue yoa. Deware, beware! what you say and do, Fair maid, with your feet In the clover; Por the poorest now that comes to woo May be the richest lover. Slace not by outwari show and sign. Can you reckon worth's true measure, Who wily is rich In soul and mind, May offer the greatest treasure. Ah ! there never was power in gems alone To bind a brow fro...

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 March 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. Ist . it. iatas. . . . * Editot £SD rsuUsers. ISEER KWDUE CITY, FIIDIT, MARCH 18 2HE LAND WE LI VB IN. 'tFhere ar some things we do not know; others that we do. Among theletter. these: There an theousade ase mm4m-wsmetm.I the States tnemplqspd, without prospect of bettering their condition where they are. Every spring, thousands loosen up snd are Cast off. Communities shed citizens every spring, jast as naturally as a horse sheds his Lair. They are consideriag where to go; they know little or nothing of this country. They are needed here, and In coming would be beneftted-assured of comfortashle liveli hood; and, by Industry, economy and pm done", eventual independence and wealth. We have had two hard seasons In succession. It is a constitutic'al privilege, freely In dulgod in by all Amtericans, to growl. Montanlans have complained. They have not been making the usual amount of money. But the bread and butter we have never heard be.gged for here, were impor baned for...

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 March 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST. DEERI LODUE CITY, FRIDAI, MAL 18. LUNATION(a FOR MARCU. NeMo....... Md........ 3k... Mm .......Morning ! 1etQt:artvr..... t1l.... b&....27m........Morning I1ll MHc n....... 1:.I.... Oh.... Nu........Morning Last (quartsr......d .11k... .......Evennlg New Mouu ......."'!d.... 9h....14m........Evening METEOROLOGICAL IRECOIlD. CoPREC(TEl WEEKI.Y nfi OilANt ILI.ER TI ART, DESCONA. ThUº iuitEk*IIEYINTtOFr ITtIUONIANS IIIITCeE. 3.ATITLIbZ 4e40 of. . .u sutcsDE 11240 m. AI.TITLIE 4.240 feet. 19117 , A Nr : P 1 Av' .a nEARK4. Mar i : 89: 2; : C f lolndy t 8 W wind. 12, 25 . A '9 131 N &" ** 5 :1 Ie "'J -21 -, *1*" N E " ** i t s 2 1 ' 14 (l'ear and e.lm 2- . 21 *- t¶ S1 Cl%( dyo " " * t 4 ! " $ W wind * 7 i t 1 ;: S: Ie .":! ..* N.W * weekly average only II". On the evening of the ,Ith it Iw* 'ztu to t::ru suddenly roll with a most plere i'g N. L. wind, and on the mornuing of the 18th it was us11 and blowing a gale from the N. E. The air was full af frost and snow. 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. — 18 March 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST1 EEL fDGIE CtIT FR'DAT, NAIL 18. S~ai Pate:--'dis Leap at Genessee F The Elmira GaseU.s has reprinted 'some extracts from a paper issued in that village forty years ago. describing the exploits of Sam Patch to jumping at Genesee Falls. A successful leap made Octobe 19, 1828, was this descri~ed: TEB LEAr AT NIAGARA. ''Sanm has made b!s great jump. The day was lowery and rainy. Iloweier, tht nam ber of three luadred persons assemibls! on the Island toWitness the feat, and the Ca madian shere was crowded. To view the platform erected for the fearless Patch from the Baddle stairway did not appper so grand, as the platform only reached about two thirds the height of the bank; but to de scend to the margin of the water tn the gulf beneath, and there kook up at he* pci-pen dicular ladder nwsle, you Imagine that it would require superhuman powers to ac complish such an enterprise. tram ascended the ladder and remained on the top about ten minutes, resting himself and adjustin...

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. — 25 March 1870

gy~ U i & EI E, 1.1. L (I E VO0M 1. IHF 4c j: 38. VOLCJI 1. nuBn 3 DEER LODGE, MONTANA, TERMS - CURRENCY. Oxs Corr Ox( Ysre .........................$ o00 UNOs Cor Sax MfoNTus .. ...................5 300 ADVERTISING RATES-Quarterly as Due. I Time ...... $i 85.' 7. . j10. pi1t1 S ..... . . . . .1 I. 1a. 40 S"- .... . 4. 6.. S. t..1. .1. I 1 Mouth ..... 1, 5. . . 8.tO.10.14..6. .18. 3 iii S" . 6..1U .l..1. ..80. 4515 - " . 7. .l..H.18.. .0. .40. el o " ...... 6. . 1 .80. .50. 50.e0' 140 1 Year ...... 15. J,1 40.,.856, .. l. 11 A Card is FIve ULnes: a Square Ten Ie of this type. Local usilnese Neoele 5 cents a wr line,. - r(" ',espeoud. , sahwt mad newsy, solicited fro eanch camp. Writeru name must sompanyeach I, ttir, to guarnte good faith. FLernie . to use aiae or iulfiai preferred. P OETRY. Albano. You see this kuife, ith the three teeth cut In the blade ' back; open it wide; you hear A click. To you It is meaningless, but When heard in Rome, there's a stab to tear. Note years a...

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. — 25 March 1870

NEW NORTH* WEST. Joe. I .>II pa . m sesemm+ TIE OWESA',OF 1010. The a15t mse Lm abas Us 3A1.8.. wil be tlaken betwem Jely I 4 m$ . l t, 180. A number of bills dwlng ew mehods of persort teas walt bes bteen o ued and rjted, lea rl It to bh te a were thoes of 1N--e The osenma bard of S1ee oenssted of tl sremd ayof siats, Atsorsy eaenss ad anPmusesr heasraL.- The plm they adopted were e eted, bemen a lw, ad the Interaor Dso paesmeat given eleap of the wore The statstlis thereby ulrd we w mpsMemuasd the most mplete ever take. to my m try. It embodies the aumber of horses and famille; the same, use, eolor, blrthplae preofeamlon recespatls; wheth. er single, married or widwed; pupils, It. litsrats deaf, dumb, blind, insase, Idletio paupers amd criminals; th deathit the year preceding; the eana ; u pg ms, eles, oceupetion e It gives the anlso lad improved sad imcltlivted; tmphmmls sad machinery red; number, vaisey and value of ive stoek, ad aeoumt ef a p. duts; the valuef estate, estlnd...

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 March 1870

- ' "-.- _ '. . $-m -. NEW NORTH-WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, NAI I _g. LUNATIONS FOR MAROH. New Moon........ 9d.... Sh.... a .......Morning First Quarter......1 !..... h....S .. ..7 . Morning Full Moon........l;d.... 9h.... 8m........ orning Lat Quarter ...... .4d....ith....Mm ....... vealng New Moon ........Sd.... 9b.... 4m.... .... Eveninoo g RIETEOROLOGICAL RECORD. OOIIIRCTED WERKLY BY ORANVI.L3 TuAT, DSllllA TED C'ORIIRPONDENT or PMITNSONI&AN l5lTITVTL. ,aTITrlDi 46 40 m. LOwOr'a 11s 040 m. ALtIrL'DI 4.140 feet. 7ii . A N I PM 9 PV NAv'U3, nrXAnas. rlý 1 I40 l ' o 351 tj Cloudy A calm. * 19 41 93 31 8 a " •t " 31 I8 1 strong . wland. '" 7 4: I 3 as mdea. Average for week SS.--) lu. of snow feLl G. . LOCAL NEWS. Publie Leads 4r Entry.-Mr. Fredrick. son has Information from W. W. Johnson, Surveyor, stating he will arrive here April 1st. and at once begin surveys in the Hell. gate Valley. These surveys will probably be extended to Bitter Root this summer. A, the legslter of ...

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 March 1870

NEW NOrl WET. DEER LODbE CITY, FfWDAT, MAr. 2s. Rich Gold Discover(es. SBRieA and BEteiunlre old ^Fid Pifty Vaee fIrm &Smn Diego-Rock Spamgid was Gold-Hulf a Ton of Rick 8peciras in This Uity. arom the Sea Francisco Chronile, March a -We examined yesterday some estmordl narily rich ore at the store of Iountree & McMillan, No. 323 Front Street, brought up from San Diego by the last steamer. The telegraph has informed the public of the discovery of a very rich quartz lodge on the head or San Diego river, about sixty miles north of San Diego by the wagon road, and that half a ton had been shipped to this city. Whatever may have been the resllt of former mining excitements in that re glon, there can be no doubt that there is a substantial foundation for the present one. We have, in a long experience of the mines of California, seen a great deal of very rich rock, but seldom have we seen anything to equal that which we saw yesterday. It is literally spangled with gold. This rock ...

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. — 1 April 1870

i ..f m . _ r*."" - *... -.... -.-r---4-o- - .r , .- *s. -: . menl II Y T H1l~ E 1.I,~ t I;rf·r fitf I ,:, 11 E- r 3 VO UM I'' l y l I in l OLUE E V'OLUME 1.w NUMBER 39. DEER LODGE, MONTANA. TERMS -CURRENCY., Oe C~PY ON YAa, .........................$8 08 Jas O(rY Six MoWTn m ...................:..... 00 AD'ERTISlING RATES--Quarsttas Die. ...... . 3.I.b. . 1. S " ... . 4. 1.. . .11.' .14..17. 30 47 1 Month I. 5.I. 8. .14..11. .18. 85 56 S h ; ..;... I. o6. . .1 1 IIS .. .I80. 45 6 " " 7. 7 1.. .1.1 .. . .40. o0 S - . .... . .It . .8I .40.0!0. . 80140 l Year ...... I .1 5. 1..40 !. S . . 110 IS A Card I. Five Lines ;a tiquare Tea Lines i thie !p«,.. Local Busine. s iotices 15 cen s per s no. CV. Co'nepondence, short and newsy, soliited from echl camp. Wrlter's name mst accompmnyeacb lt'er, tr, uarantoe good taith. Fermisass to use uame or llntial" pro.morrd. POETRY. REST. (Wrltten for the New Neth.West.] Rest for the weary,-rest For the falterling and opprett, For the 'ed and sighing...

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. — 1 April 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jas. UI. Mill.et, * E titor DEER LOIDE CITT, VrUDIT, APRIL 1. A TALE ON BVISLESS. Deer Lodge County. we believe, offers nnequalled inducements to labor. Deer Lodge City, we as fully believe offers un equalled Indueements to merchants. We call it "City:" It is only a village. So were once the great c;lies of the world. This may not attain to metropolitan pro portions, but every community legitimately requires and builds up a principal mart for the sale of Its products or the purchase of Its supplies, commensurate to its trade. There is not yet that on the west side of Mon tana. The producers, consumers and deal ers of Deer Lodge and Missoula counties to a great extent carry their gold to Helena, from 50 to 1U0 miles distant, and there pur chase supplies. Ther they fnd a larger market of sale and purchase, and the result is na:ural. The bustneas capacities of Deer Lodge have been limited, and trade confined to a few general merchandise houses, una ble even with good c...

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. — 1 April 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST. bEfe LODIE CITY, FRIDAY, AfpRI 1. LUNATIONS FOR APRIL. FIrt Quarter...... 8d.... 1h .... 4 .. ...... Evennlag .all Moon........ 5d.... 6b ....4l ........ .venlag Tbhid Quarter.....Sd.... .ib... lm .......Mornia New Moo ........ 0d.... lb.... i .......Elhntg METEOROLOGICAL REOORD. 0v03C casD WEEKLY at onsXVILLI aI5YA, D AXL M ToD con5aIroNDENT or sIITIUfOWUsAN XLerITe. atIarcuDs 4640 m. LONITUDEs 11040 U. ALTITUDs 4.510 tfet. Iu7 I7 A• 9 P 9 P rs aIl ssasseI . " Uw Is 45 w 8 81% Clear andcalm "19, 4 Co 1 a i " ", " 80 ,6 68 88 4 I " "* Average for week 3t}(. Average for the meOth 960, being 1. celder than in'0 end r coder thea lan'S. Lark and Robins arrived on the 1th. 0. UI CHRONOLOGICAL April 1, 186. Silver City a ttled. April 8, 1805, Lewis and Clark broke camp at Flst Clark. on the Mieourl. April 11, 1866, ast Montana Legislature adjourned. April II, 2866, John 8. Rockfellow died. April 16, 10, Floor sold in Virginia City, 1 T, at t4 per 100 poends. April IT, 1806...

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. — 1 April 1870

NEW NO lK-WEST. 1m53 LWUS CITY, FBlP1AT,.Ak L 1. THE CEDAR CBREEX MINEl. A. Open letter to all C rresp ts. To ssm erroa Wxa Noor-.Wr: I aun in receit of a large number of vl uable letters (costing four bits each) from those seekling tnformation about these amine. At the risk of being charged with neglect, I dltayed answering watil the period of doubt and uncertainty which envoelped the Cedar Creek Mines should pass away, and until developments should furnish fact a a basis for statements Instead of has.ading acre oepiesa. That epoch in the brief his tory of Cedar having arrived, I write mainly for the edification of my correspondents, each of whom will please regard this as an swer to his (or her) indivndal letter, bhe Nsw NoaTr-WEsT will give credit for a promise fulfilled, and all will recognize in this specks of "double banking," the econ omy of time, paper, ink and IHnutley's en velopes. CEDAR CUEE. Upwards of five miles of the bed of Cedar Creek and its bars and hills are now p...

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. — 8 April 1870

SA VOlTME i. DEER LODGE CITY, MO TAi.IDAY, APRIL 8, 1870. NUMBER 40 ht lcw flertkWtst, DEER LODGOE, MONTANA. TERMS - CURRENCY. ('Mrv Os YVaa, .........................6500 (on Cr. tx MuTes.a ........................$ 00 AID'ERTfTI'NG RATES-Quarterly as De, 1 , i I I I - . * 4 . . . ... .14... 0 47 Mouth ..... . 5. 6. 141 8. .10 . . 1t S.' 3I.6 . 1" ... . 6.10.1.1 ..8.l.. .01 45 -1 i e ...... 9. .1.. 0 4 .1..W... x1 * Year ...... .1I. .l.. .4o.J.MI.h. .7. lW S. Atrard is VFlve Lines: a tquarnTen UaW of thl ep. l.wni Business Notices a cants per line. gI" i'rrvepondo.ce, short and newsy, soisted rns erch camp. Wrifer's name mut seoosma se. .ter, to gumrauteeo good faith. Portatsalno .as .amn or intt:lll preferred. P1o ETRY. Motlhsor and Chhlld. st AU.ac cARsT. Withil her ruotie woodland bower, Like some wnrmhearted, tender loeer, With young buds all around her, She kept in her gracious and glad coantet, And n'ver a dream nor fancy went Fronm the tendrlled twigs that bound her. The hon...

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. — 8 April 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jas0. ii. tt111.. * - ~altor AND V.tUSMu.a IDEER LODGE CITY, FIlDAT, APRIL 8. , 'OW TO2 C'OM. Whb!e nvitation is extended to immi grnmts, and mary arc coming to Montana, but few in the East kuow the routes, meth uds, and cost of leaching the Territory. We have never seen a published statement bearing dednitely on these points. The per sonal letters of intqmiry are mlany, theinfor matkin not always obtainable by parties ad dressed, and the details too tedious for a manuscript letter. To supply this defidcn cy and in response to frequent requests, we have made inquiry, and submit the follow ug figures of c:,st as approxi:nmting closely to correctness. Ass:i:'ing the Missouri Rlv er as a general .tarthi; point, ther. are to choose fr..m, the River and Overland IR 'utesc BY TRUC RITK ROLTO The dist.,ice fromt SioUx City to Benton is 2000 tl.es; the fare ranging from $75 toe $15 in cabin, and from 80 to $40 on deck. The passage occupies from 224 to 10 day. From Benton to...

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. — 8 April 1870

NEW NORTH -WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDA, AP'RIL 8. LUNATIOS IFOR APRUL. f'irn t (nsrirr.... ýi. · . li II ...41tn........ Evcnin r JI7P 41 ..l...... 1W.... 1b .... 41 n.... EvDnng hiril M u1llter .. .111....1h.. 41rmt ...... Morning N'C% i",un . . ....:;tki .... 1h .... t.:: ....... Isvalinx M '1';TLOIt LOGI(IAI, IJCENIUID. tC:O3ICTE" WI:EIhI.Y BY O3A1 VILLE STU:ART, D3tIfG6A 7K gj ,"I:ltjt 94N1,Lgs T OF SNIfTII ,SIA IYbTITCTg. LATh1 i.E 46 4.6III .1N.wirtlCI 119Z:4V I Al.Tli~rr, L 4.210 feet. '-ia 7 A 36 1 I' M 11 . P >r fIV'r3 UNAIIKS. Apr 1 24 421-0 G :ir, S;;ls. winda t :91 ts , 45 44.i' ad calm S1 40 bJ J 4S 4', CI',rudy N wind 8+i c. ) 47 4 r. 1 fr4r and calm 6 41 4i 45 44 1.uidj N T "ignd 7 44:1 7 47 I49 (l~lear It V windI Air rn:ý t.r k'~*k 41''. iri t y'ltnwh*.:n;.atr. up t.':iTd (.6n tIhe *rI;: I1unIi*' flitu. ci I be Oil i. k1uIst Lhiin. fleer agod l/ Uirwiniu 41:1 f 4,b: 4111 Ibn niIzht of tbe rthb ..mt ?.ul- ot rz~iin k-Il, the hei fIt for IS mornths. Graur tI Az.'Ia...

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. — 8 April 1870

sm Lmasecwr, ommATaw3 ' E LEWJS& CLARK hIPDIT ' Pi TM hsimmL .fLb Or r NmAh.Wu ITs w ms -. wa &w *M "ar smsaua amr inmuinauusa u 00" Ai* MW ew.% UUWAXh, PMs aPS MW AM uW two" h Wb lb. Hm lr. Latas sum O. L.asmu; I have deemed that nn hbor this evening might be npropriately pesat I reearsing the principal events and inclddents, the ob ject and results of the first and greatest ex pditlon that has ever take. plar aeers the American Continent, vi: that of Lewis and Clark. aETOIOSPECTIVT What memories arise, what aseoiationsI spring up at the very mention of these no en What wh.ool-bay is not familiar with the movements of such bold _I neers towards our western ocean Who within the sound of my voice has not read and re-read with pleasre the simple and unpretending narrtive of their l tidre suee and marvelous journeyings, lrdr breadth escapes and a Ufe firaght with da gers and privationsi The date and dirum stan.s attending the starting of this Ripe dition are worthy a special ms...

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. — 15 April 1870

All (- ja 'o :it fai~ 'T I.r ŽNI flA ;' al " 3/. IA - -Ac 'VOLUME 1. LQDGER toLV lP~~4~L1v17. TMIR rht gtw !srtk*WIst DEER LODOE, MONTANA. TERMS - CURRENCY. ans cur Oxn YuAs, ......................... gU w ri 8anx mo ............... ......... lo **- - - 0: _ S" i..... a a. . . .14.. .. a i Month ..... . f '.14..11.it. . 8l . i 8. i6 0 "' ..... 6. '. .I.l .11., .1N . .I.0. 45 i5 lit" ,Year ',. T.tts . .I .. . . oilI.. .7 . 10 A cas I. Five Linesa : a TIn areTe Lnee, of t oty .. BcaI pusl s Notioes u mo L pyar u. ggf* rom npo shaco an e _ *ea or iitals puti a POETRY. The Future. BT M. L SILL. What may wO take late the vast forever That marble door Admits o fruait of all our long eaeavor, No fame-wreathed crown we we, No garnered lore. What ma ws ear beyemd the aehmoewna ta1. No goold, o galas Of all our tolling; In the li I meea : oleboarded wealth remaes, Nor Sglds, nor stains. MNiad ('ros out that far arbyss ilblind We eutered hero ; No word came with oar eoming, to remind ms What 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. — 15 April 1870

NEW NO treEvT. Qasvan, T AA b~cmIamu ?, 3ATAEII £AIe"GEN MIJZlGO LA W. the Ho.e. We have ,rid' attemi y £* spesrseof ars tmt.lNaa, slie, ibl-ck and Juhaee thereon. Mr. largeot pa,. eait s t a sequel to the plmptes, muaetel sad saerl d laws, drwa Is thrme Spirit an purpose-to gitv isere ttle to their dePbs Be cltula Is for tlheir bendt; In eossumm with p .-lous legiatiopi; dept in Is appeorved bg the pna uad people of te nhaltrg Trrlterles ad Sated Messrs Sargnut qd Johason e.vi deaned knowledge on the plader altu-sao is C.l/.rat,, but aide frum them tlere was eidesnd an lanoosete of elhtug Ou tre that perhaps macont tfor the psmgs of teis most important act, with seems a gs., pent of fact or epresson of opQiaen. The bill I based upon the asserted theory that the placer amies aro well ehases4 pro vastly espensve to work, nd was sues taimed by reading resolutions of a pteeting at Fairpl.y, Colorado, ad.a esnact t.ies the Oess Valley Vel.s. Is tie Colouado locality we blieve the plaera...

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. — 15 April 1870

nnEW NORTH 'WElST p13 WoDUE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL tL LUNATJONS FOR APRIL. , .l arter...... l11h.IL .... 4a ........veari 41" %e'' .... : "l.ad.... |-b....4.bn , E |-inp n rdUmalfl . .1 4..fl1... 4dim ....... ean w oo0 . ........Sd ... Ib.... .m ....... veain METgOIIOLOOICAL RIICOD. CarcTiD w ssKLT II OeIaIUSLa TiA, aTUA Ag TKp coUelnEroWDT OF etVITuowIMA ntrrust AIflTUD3 4.St10 ft. p 5 * <t 3 ** 57 0, lMeuat.l w ie c . e , 50 0 I 35'CIoyr A " ,. to, @s f %CIoSW " "I 1 41 03 50 Ctody" " - t 47 40 I 82 813C- r, toraio -i' Is RN 4 I St t6 (, - W 14 16 44 U 80e.sr odm Arersne for week UN. A violst tornado on .hb I e;an at 1.45 p. m. and lasted till 0. Tbhe mum .ry tell 1;0 iS 10 wmlutet-bkglwtg 1.45 p, a. LOCAL NEWS. Silver Bow.--Advice from Silver Bow indicate an effort Is being made to propor water at lower rates, two miners meetings baving convened for that purpose-one an he Oth and one on the 18th. The rates Iave been, we believe, 80 cents for 10 hours. Tib minrs ask to have water ...

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. — 15 April 1870

DEER .LIBD.E TT,ribAT, AflIL li. THE LEWIS& CLAR Flrt EgplieUre of the 1eag tW.ast bya Fellower of their li art. ms m os as cassspu sem Ao an Uams a 1va10 T LIUIMAnr ss UILLaU. V. ' a , 3as5Ve Tn asmyoaeai, sAll eaoem*luitA so. 0as3 A? vemS ow0s. UGhoMa, wpe. tera, lst, An Mow Published for the FIst ibne. (Coatbiued fam No. 40.1 AT Tnr MAXDAn VILLAOe. Entering a neatly constructed abode, that the hand of industry had quickly erected for their shelter and comfort, we fiad our explorers cantoned for thewinter. Swarthy bends of Indians were encamped withount A bold promontory on the right bank of the Missouri, a latitude 4? 1,5' N. had been uelerted for the point where their winter should be passed. and which now bears the name of Fort Clark. This point I visited in lb118, and of all the points along the Mis souri it has bold characteristics which are peculiar to itself, unlike the country below. It is the comnmencement of a high eleated platteau that extends westwardly to the auep...

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