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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 April 1870

VO UM i.;;!1F APRIL 22 "1870 ghe few glorth-Wtst, DEER LODOE, MONTANA. TEIRMS - CURRENCY. 11.r (uIr N X Mo n a ........................ 5 01' .11)l tTI:,INt RATES-quarterly as Due. use .... $9 $8 $5.67.$R. $10. $90 }.0 S$. l .. . I. .0. .1t. . I1. 5i 40 1 " ...... ip. 4. . G.,. 8.1t. .14. 17. 80 47 I Moth .. ,. K. ..10.14. 1d. 1s. 855 1 * .. . 4. .I0. .1t. .I.. t . i . 45 51 * . 7. *9.J.54. . .50..4El. t64 140 1 }gar . .... .s.. .40.1 55e.'.8.3 75. IS) 91 ' i+ Five L'nu..: a Squasreri'vn Lines of this t L.'"nl Ilovlwnns Notices 25 ants per line. .rorputtdinen, chuet and newsy, solkted no nc ru Wa It. ra name must .booompanyeecl tentr, 10) 1jaranutee goo& talIth. PerulaskI. to pse 2insf or 1:it .!± protrreod. POETRY. ltoabin. Thr& an caItl Epon the huusetop, an answer from the pljin: Tahreo r warble in the snusbine, a twitter In 'the rale; And theotagh my heart, at sourd of these, Thmre comes a naaw'eas thrill, As stwe't as odor to the rose Or vt rdtre to the kIl: Ara 1ll the...

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. — 22 April 1870

NEW NORTH " WEST. Jafa II. Mii., * . Ti ditoe *Ne P5.3asU3. VEER LQDUE CIly PRIDPA, AP.IL Si. TILE @WDUER IlVRI COUSr3T. We notice, by the Pek sad Pl.., that a petition is to be put in circulatien asking the reopening of the Powder Riger route, between Baseman and Port Potterman. It will be recollected this route is covered by the reservation for the Sioux, as recoin mended by the Peace Commission two years ago. Besides covering a valuable part of Wyoming is givesto the Sioux all that por tion of Montana south of 40W N., and east of 1090 W.-a tract of ountry reputed to abound In geld and siaver and aa we know personally, sick In other mlierals and a very gardes for agriculture. The valleys are namerous, well sheltered, and tie grass. as evidence a warmth and richness of soil we have as seen equalled in Montana or elsewhere. Tacy are well timbered and watered, and excite the enthusiastic admi ration of every one who travcrcsa them. We believe theq arc destined to become the most dens...

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. — 22 April 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST, DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL LL. Lt' ATIONS FOR APRIL. Firt Qnarter... " . 141...Ilh....41m... ....Evening ull con... .....154.... Sh.... m... ....Evening 'hr lunN~fttCr .. 1:41...l1lt... 411u .. ..Morning New M1oul .. .htIu.... lh. ... Slf .. ..Evening MAETEUIOLOGICAL RECORD. CORRECTED WRgUI.y BY oGaBVII.LU UTYA3T, DESIOWA TE), (OREnfPiUNoENST or MaITUSoWAX Ii4SITUTE as 4g 40 m txoswa 112040 IR. L"ATITLOKg 404( 1 0 mANILKI14m A TITrrDe 4.340 feet. I47 A X I NIt PN AvOE' RENMAKS. pr 15 : 2 l- 40: 41': Clear & calm 14; .lil 71 i 44 50% Clody N W *; :sr 44 81 37k Cloudy " " WI ; t l 37 41 tlearand calm h$ 11 is 70 44 5,0 " " 54 55a 41 49% Cloudy N Wwlnd * 2i 1' 4,5 4i 41 Cloudy and calm. Aurnge for the week 4&!s" G. 8. LOCAL NEWS. Pioneer Road.-In their strong desire to have a road built through Pioneer, from iLer Lodge to Perkins', to have coach ser vice and a Post Office, our Pioneer friends lave not only subscribed liberally but wax. ed warm at the alleged...

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. — 22 April 1870

NEW YORT1I-WEST. VEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL lt. THE L I' & CLARK EXPEDIllON First Exp!oration of the Great~atth*West, . by a Fu!!awer of their La 'm ha. 15ot Th3 .'UTVIXAlCL 34. O A AADDUSS DtUtiVtED Tg LagBTENAT JU'Nhj NLtLLAW, L.s. A., 5Z7lUS5 TP.S I H1oiicAL ASD GEu1IIAMWICAL SO. CLZrY AT ORT OW L. qo. TA'4A, VAc. 25Tm, 1861, AND ?OW rublkhed for the First Time. (ttC:are'1 from 1o. 41 I THlE RETURN. They recrossed the Bitter Root mountains in June by the mnte pass through whi.h 1hey had sought the main Columbia. and the eatrly n1:mys of July found them once -sore encamped on the beautiful and genial Valey of he iitterttoot, when their expºe slltiofl dividing intm two pumities. theone un 1er Cant. Clark seeking thelaead waters of of the Yellow stone. to he followed to its mouth, at which point the second party. andcr C(rt. Lewis, was to be net; they in the n ean'hile eroising I1:" main range of the Reoky Mountains, via LJivrs & Clark's raw. and thraes+iimg the mountain...

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. — 29 April 1870

ý+ r , Yix ' !lýP ir' .s r- r : 1.J"* T1 . ~ ~T ~ ; r t z t 3 ~ r l t l ~ ~ r81 · ,1. , : - s r s - · r n r Isla LOD ''r i, 'P, VOLUME Lr EEII LODOse MlONTAIA. TERMS -CURRENCY. on cor Osm u m, ......................... . : p Ct S M rm ................... .. ..... .. ADVeRTISING rBA1TK- rt.'as Dur. m Meh s1 ..... . O..1..10 .I6 . .18. 1 I • ..... . 1. .10. .1..18. . m.. ý. 4 I S" a ..... I ... T ... .0.. .40. a " • ..... 9.1.18. ..l6-. .0. .Mi W 1 Tur. .1...40..66. .3.75. ISU A Card is VI Uses: :a SmaesT. Lies, this type 1lcal Busianss Notles 15 nets per lia. 5 rc shart sad ad , soll.-lts WWI. . god T R t. POETRY. W.uar 9 WelA. I selt slamer glenmm' lea .y dele dell, It was thne we two brt me, Dy Wearle eeMld well. We st en the boem beak, ad .oohed is the ihee, Net il4lapg we seehed as Ilk Shllr Ila tra, Up d o..a s C try, , Aid The we star were dreaming Their pmt thegh h d sky: Thbrs babbled fry s lave to lik lewer. Bpd we oard sad we eaw seogh In that bleeed hour. We head sad we ,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. — 29 April 1870

NEW' FoRTH wEST. .bmsh I1r )(I6UII a * b~r RUt L0UWDUZ CITT, VSIDlAY,AULIIXL 0os TaE GOTllWERsT of IX0TAsAi We publlah t).iy a copy of the Cul. Im-Montana bill, as given in the GesU.e. Its effect would be to virtually disfranchise is, make this Territory an absolutism, and eiEommunicate us from citizepship. It g~res the Governor of Montana an arbritra sy, despotic power, never conveyed to or exercised by any other civil officer of the United States since theirorganization. Ia-y. Ing ever held that James N. Ashley Is an Improper person for O wvrnor of Montana, although noting with pleasure that zI many respects he is far the b..st Governor the Ter fitary hasa had; belceving as firmly to-day a we did two months ago that B F. Potts will be confirmed Governor in his place and that it, Is an honest, upright man, we should deplore the day when Mr. Ashley _.l the powers of that b!ll conferred upon him, andJ not luea sincerely if they woer onferred upon Mr. Potts. There am cer tain powers 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. — 29 April 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST' pEEI LODE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL 29. LL'NATIONS FOR ARIUL. Qp Sd....lih.... 4m.... Bv....ugla / ! ]loou.......lI·d ... Fla.... 42u........ r ruiiK rull . 2*!tcr ..Ilh.. 4Im ....... ur alu t 1k uaut. 31d·· W.... lb....W .83 .. Evening N1CPEthWWWICAL 113C01D. 0IfauCtffi' wiFl.KI.Y it OUAKVllN ISTLART, D3tO1X4. TaU rI1nnt4tI MiLK? OP 11TMdOXtAX tiutIT I.' ylATVD5 46, 40 IN W OG TLD3 111i 40 m. £LIIt'D)E 4.510 L't. 1117 A M 1 P. X $l YU IW.UAftK4. jAig~ 4:1 410, '9j:: &4I% (dandy N W S5tumo zi :.K 44 41 21' IluuadyN W ""24, 4 I 11 54 !.u T Clear aud cslm 4. *J.ý 4 i 4 75142 25', .C1(317 N W gýM. 4~ :1 Cl 61 .lear & at " Tll 2a"; 1M ob 4$l 141 ,ibnwry Wuvky Avr 51". First mosquitdo, and slow. wctU ou the 124M. DclgbtUI rhowoer whit tbunder mad lightulug on 3oth. Streaam rlalng; valk, tlnunid ,rite gruco. 0. a. LOCAL NEWS. The 81tastls.-B3usiness has improved considerably, and the transactions of the week, considering the limited supply of goods in the market, have be...

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. — 29 April 1870

NNO~ Oflf1YEST. WULOD631WT 'I, MWSP,,r 29. A coespondnt of a Ch~agopaper thus saesjies the Wisconsin sBason q "rery nabbnr the heavy lgute of ` edot Bunmber's rival goes ml 'saWth ChaLb er the smo. kLng"rom, wher , planted In the line of the door, enjoying a large cigar, he laghs with the ether AesdMa and keeps a chance eye on the prloeedings withla. Senator 15.t IL Carpenter I physique well balan. cs Sumner. They are both largemen, Mr. Sumner having the advantage In helght. Both have the sum way of carrying their heads, lowered as if about to run a tilt agalast some enemy, but Senator Carpen ters f~lry rests against his breast, his shoul deos are so bent forward la an attitude of eoncsntrated schmnig. Thme is a dead weight of ambitea In that man whose cool Impartial eyes and air weigh and measure everything that approaches them. It Is not easyto read that bot, Involved face, but the traces of many pssions are thee. Woo to the man who makes Senator uarpenter his life-leg ees. He ·l ...

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. — 6 May 1870

VQLLTME . p9R*Iof m 1iQ'< Y'§, q , I l(11 -ti 11t tofýw, ~ as , my is T .4 Al J 39 f/! ,"rJ tý -i :l IfTea;;a Sth *ass alk4N-est, *5ER LQ.Q@E, @MMTAIA. TERMS -CURRENCY. ot pan Os 0 Tsa3 . .......................:.1 a0s ess oul'& Kss o uysm......................... $oo A vEimsN@ aATas-quertedy as 3 us. " .. . *. . 14 .10 .14..14. 00 44 1 Mooth ..... .: . . o0. :I: i:. .1. i t " . .10. .1 0 .18. .Is.I.0. . 4i $ ...... º. . .1. .1S. .1 .1.06. .40.1 i $0 1 y" 9. .j 8 .W .6 .401. . 7. 1'! 1 To -i A Crd Is, 3liup Uar. * ggrfe:'as L .lnm lthi aýpe L si Di inu e ~ d. 11 ess . POETRY. twstemter the No Westbsbt.3 TAWNZAa. Stan I1ws bribgt shting leth Lihe a gleam, when ay$lght diutb; And dthenWs ehsbsuhseske pew., Era tZpm shalow eseetheis n leentheespirit bath a mes se Poop asn s, se foritSM plbao, had lip leaglp tors so Ma.les. Whes alones we jepAsi a gieS-. Sheta te si all sheagep.er, And 'htnsgh pigtred hk serph srw While lbSm* to p s,. natesse Lies neons, bras, aend leedig Slnes 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. — 6 May 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. .two. U. ][ills., - - Editow AND 1V5&UiN. PEER LODGE CITY, PRIDAT, RAT S. ' " 1,00. CM I sEa NOITAN". . So we were informed from the railroad, and already the tnAux has begun. Ass cu riosity, the Chinaman is a success. As a washerwomua he is muscular, vigilant and prompt-.4n presenting his biles Asa ml nor he Is shrewd and accumulative. As a resident he is pescabie, Industrious and provident. As a specimen of biped archl lecture he is a limited mistake. As an ele meat of American populatipn he is yet a comparatively undenonstrated theory with unfavorable Indications. Ills occupation of the immediate Pacific coast has been, to Lim, proftable but uppleasnt; and as he seeks the interior mining regions, the first vegag curiosity resolves Itself slowly but surely into distrust, dislike and ~hostility, We d4em it alsant inevitable that collisions similar to those of California, Nevada and ide1o, will occur in Montana As their numbers multiply, distrust Increases, and...

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. — 6 May 1870

DEEM LoDt~reI'fl, I9IDAT, MAT IL LL'NATJONS FOR NLAY. 0al eo. IN... lbl... !iS ... .oua ýITIOMOkOICAL REcNIR\.ý. 3.611WS3 4606 ID. >. WNGTlD srrm11806 a. *LYIYU1i1e4 4.*fot a.1194 A.wS 00 1 b3 41 5l~IdaMaay aLernooq Var! 41. dIG 45 j6 s "" b07 10 'b!; y and calm Wb svemg. W. £sruatsfat9i W L ..? 1s. ,rats too: I clear. 9 cdm auG 5 rainy day. C . VUONOWGOICAL Ma 1, 264, Dtaoosoubf gold an slater Creek. May 11, 186, Discovery oC gold on While'a Dar. 3q4,19, m w w'a4edi1ag in Rd.... Nay, 36 n, Jobs K" LesObt Harry SIMSe. lUI,181,Kseehes. gim"iDry GOsLeb Nate, am Virst aslufes. In Mantain sat at cold Creek. May214, 1904, Lewts r£ Clark lelt St. Loala. May 14, JOIN Vlak's IzpodiALj left ,9Iaa saa. May 18.18I5. Idabo city burnSe. May 11,.7866,10 men maseacrecd nmrLta th: .May 16, 185, Orpsk~ Act oL Mnetama psassed Csm peasa. May l7, 18619*i, O~saMeNat but Reynold's city for m2awrdsr of (eort.Gssidon. LOCAL -NEWS. Theatrical. -On Tuesday evening the Langrishe Company, consistinc of Mr. ...

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. — 6 May 1870

slae1t car i' MAY 6. The Newoulefnsr.heneys: T .a just r the smun as earldI, just as with solemn mand the grog Iquit of tbk qd aS. Li4ls Cathedralto thtsh raeb6eof noon, a sokler will pay the penalty oft crime for which military justice knows, but one expl ation. The United States barracks, below the eity, has been the place selected where th eszecaoIo Is to take place, and the green ;sward of the prairie greand wil, ee masy hours, be stained with the crimson life blood of the unfortunate man. Ho was a member of one of the comps ies of the United Sttes troops stationed naer a village in one of the Interior paridhea St Louisiana Near te campy of the com pany was the plantation of a wealthy gem loesma who had sympathilid with the Union cmea during the war, and who,, therefore, was the object of special attention on the part of the o5csam of thieaommand then performing provost dqty. The plaster hal a large family, among whom was a daughter who peasessed in a remarkable degree that rare...

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. — 13 May 1870

f° ' E' E .: - - ,DEER L a .M , ý ': '- ;;. ....... ." .,,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~: '"t "'- ' ..i . .ino- ii/ ....... . pDIR LODGE, MONTANA. ýýt1{i.M - CURRENCY. or w YuaR. ................... ...... 00 SC r Mo rns ........................ O ili G i RATIs 7arterly as Due. ..... i . . . . . 8 . i. X10. I. . 04 -- . . 6 '!o 45.. . . . 8 " r 7 !.. 1 )9 . i. . 40. oo! 90 7 * ... .ý.9 . . 40.I.10..1 .40. 80 80 j.ear ..... 56 .. 40 . 0 . ..5 . 7. 3 .0 1 A Card i. Flue Lines: QesuareTe Lines. of this tA II Buelapwes Notle. S cents per line. tý ~fX -- r urraspondence, shbort and newsy, solIcited tm cnclcamp. .rliters name mast ecoumpaayeach tO t& uaMLntee good dta . Pernmi0Io to use POETRY. eveIlleo. BT 1SAuL RIUanr pr tel celt, turn out, turn ouat pruing's soldier you are, then eomo; All the wods around a revelle sound On your magical bhdden drum I est. beat on your dainty druma All the insect tribe will bear, Aad at every peas through the laud dpt g Come thronging from tar and row. O' honey...

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. — 13 May 1870

NEW NORTH - WEST. Jres. u; x . . . - Editor 1Dun 1LOag CITY, HDIAT, IAI 1iS - U OUTLOOK. - laving vistted, within the pst two weeks, mmn of the pridlipal malaig emps of the country, we re coavineed the wished-for year of prosperity has come upon Montana. The bullion product of the placer mine this maso will far exceed that of say previous year, and not fall far short, under any cir cumstaness, of $20,000,000. Of tljs, Deer Lodge is good for $,.000,000 or $10,000,000 she Cedar mines $1,000,000 to $4,000,000; Bmverhead and Madison $3,000,000, and Lewis & Clark, Jefferson and Meagher St40o,00 to 3,e000,000. We found this belief upon former yields; the supply of water, unequalled for three years; the new mines opened; the ditches brought into older camps; the disposition and neuesity for vigorous, co~stant effort and use of all facilities during the season, and the heavy addition to the laboring force of the Terri tory by Inmmgration. There never was a day In Montana when so few Idl...

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. — 13 May 1870

NEW NORTH -WEST. pEER LODOE tr, TFRIDT,'II 18. LL'ATIJONS FOR MAY. arutltr"v"er .. ....10h.... .m........Norntor ill M .... t .... l.... h... 9m ...... Morning Trald Ulurtur ..... I .... lb... gran . Morn..g rvw 'oo, . ...:d.... . h.... Vim ..... oMbifS METEOROLOGICAL IlECORD. CO.iR i "rETL) WIpKL T Y OITaVsUOIANm IU DUTIOTAT k---- - U lo s Ue 40 m saT.lrt4s 48e40 mr s.1 attles 13$*40 m. I7* 7 A M P M 9 PM'AY'1 REMARKS. Nj s 3s Gu 4$ o 49 4('lear and calm S7 49 n 4 I S'(Clear & adm ,b 44 i 60 ( )6 t,3' do do " 47 75 W0 57' do do ' lýo'1 9 l 1 4A f6 $lonry I W lwd ** Ir n N , ( 0h_7', icars W wlod 1 f4 14 Wts _7?,~.loudy taw Weekly overne 0Io. llight abowers; rather warm but lovely. Weekly averagle 4°. Average for April 4500. 1.47 In. rain fell: 1 clear. 8 calm and S rlay day. CHRONO)LOICAL May , 1864, Discovery of gold on lilver Creek. May . 14, i Discovery of gold on White's Bar. May 4, I:. First medding in lieleut. May , Ib6a. John Keene shot harry Slater, May 7, INA. Keene If...

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. — 13 May 1870

NEW NORTH -WEST. IE3R LODGi CITY, FRIDAYj MAY 18. Death of Lotpes. The New York Tribune has a special cor respondence from Rio Janoiro, March S2, giving details of the death of Lopez and the end of the Paraguayan war. '1 he son of Lopez would not believe the news until he read the particulars in the Tribune office this afternoon, where he remained several hours. lie was considerably affected at learning the news. The Tribuns letter says early on the morning of lhe first of March, Lopez, with one thousand men, was surpri sed by a Brazilian force of the same size, while encamped on the left bank of the Aquidavan, a strcam twenty leagues south of the Ape, and, like the latter, a tributary of the Paraguay. The Aquidaven river is the same as the Aquidavaneger traced on the map of the north part of PaIaguay. To the north of the position where Lopez fought his last battle is the town of San Salvador, and to the south that of Concepcion. The attacking force, commanded by General C(amara, wa...

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. — 20 May 1870

··~ ~ ~ ~~~L *· 'I f; rii' VOLUME 1. m e - DEER LODOGE, MONTANA TERMS - CURRENCY. OauC@......... ... ......P Ox# cup Ons Ysr,, .......................... $8 ou ( coP bn a Mor n a....................... O0 ADVRuTISING RATU-Qwu rly - Des. *Iim. II I ( x x x x S..... .4.. G.. 8 ..U..1.|.7 4 Month ..... I . S. 8..10..14.'.10S..18. U 118 Y t...... b. i. .J.l.olt.n.ic.s..l. t. rI -" .. . .8.1.10..1.18. .$..10. 41 I0 d's "" 9. .18..801o. .4o.0..I80. 6Ol140 Year . ... i.. . .o0 . . . 5I. 1101 A Card I. Fle i Ues:a HquareTe' Lines, of this ,.pe. Leed Dles. Notaices s. per ie gU Correspondeane, about d nerwsy. soletsi pom Inch camp. Wurltme s mfai sa.eo m Itcr, to gu t oo h. ' me M =N Uase or iltlIls prferred. i- i POETRY. 0 vwr the Rlver. Thirs beautiful poe, by - AmercU n witer, Diss Priest, ha eamamnded the matdhe of ad ndep duraing the m yny round It has mae o the nespaper and nasulne pues the last egses. Over the river they bene to me, Loved once who've psed to th ether side; Tho gleams ...

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. — 20 May 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jam. I. Mill., - - Editor LmD PluSLESU 33m LODIU CITIY, FRIDAY, MAT 20. S DEER LODGE. It is afact, evident, that the immigration to the Deer Lodge and Cedar Creek mines this season is throwing the bulk of popula Sion into the West Side counties of Mon tana. There are al to be 5,000 people at Cedar-probably 8,000 In Missoula county. There are 0.000 to 10,000 personas in Deer Lodge county. This is double the popula tionof 1809. Probably one-fourth of this number are immigrants. The remainder have come over from the east side counties and located, or arc awaiting developments. The probability is, nearly all will remain, where the placers are extensive, rich and comparatively new; tihe valleys produetivec and open to occupation; wood and water abundant; markets convenient and accessi hie. It is a fact, not less evident, that the com pletion of the railroad and the establishment of transportation overland, Is destlned to revolutionize the businessc of Montana. Heretofore...

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. — 20 May 1870

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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. — 20 May 1870

NEW NORTh' WEST. mm Lw1iu CgT, r&lT, Sir -. 1'NB FI54JN A~~f- I. Letter rom CI~kathsleisimw-4'hg Eu *~errm a w~af »~e..:-Teb dwa tiler rrea e General A. Bully, superimtedun.t of In. dl. affairs fot Montanu ha forwarded to Colonel C. S. Parker, Commaloauer of In dlu Affairs, the following copy of a letter fhom. Rev. Father C. Imoda, Catholic Mis sionary: Gemeral A. uUy, Superintendemt of In. dm Affairs, dear slr:-I have the pleasure to inform you tbhat, having been on a visit to the Indian camps on Belly river, In the British posseusiona, I there met a large camp of Plegans, most of whom were those that fled from the Marlan after their misfor tune of January hot. Being called by the Mountain Cbld into his lodge, he spoke at length of their late misfortune, and of the desire he and his people have of making a lasting peace with the whites. Having told him that I was glad to hearwhat he aid, but desired to know If the other chiefs wero of tbe same mind, we amnged to have a meeting ...

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