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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 August 1869

V U .. ."1. i J •A Y 1--S--- - 6. VOTLUM]E 11. DEER LO[GE CITY, MONTAIA, FUIDAYI AOUGUST 13, 1869. NI6BE9 .. POET R1 Y. ------------------ INVOIcATION TO THE PEACIFIC RAILOD. ITrswelated about AW(f wcp into ISW I Ms 1111 Gatan streak of Iroa r'le, Male, all halo! alo I It seems no more than forty or fifty year Sianc fIlst we boeal of ralrode ke.rt! stnts And now, low and Be hold, we're rushing like a streak Itrait threw by Rale (no change of koere) all the way fron the Atlantic to the peacqane. Eke, tigaeak I nlgh gantle enterprise which stretchth tfrom ethber to yon, It boots the old scratch how tauest yew did glt on. John, Gone! Iay. hten thigh workman dfy that lastgold spicle, urante Itlrod, dident tbheigh sue a meabul 10 striceT Ike, And Miket Whents comest thew, grato monnork of the mountingl Prom Indyes choral strand to Africs Many toomtingl t Oantingst DoatnUtast Who .aota thy dlambers aoeth the asure stars, And who coups vigil when the grizzly bars Rares And tares? Dust ever...

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 August 1869

NEW NORTH WEST. Ja.. U. .mI33., . . . suat. 31 LODGE CIT, WI , L 1 DEE LODGE CIT, )TIDE:, Acu 1$ TBE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAIL ROAD'PARTY. TERIR ARRIVAL IN DEER IDGE. " TBB ROAD WILL BB BUILt." Mr. Theo. U. Canfield, General Agent of the Northern Paciic Ralmad; Mess. W. M. Roberts, and William IL Johnson, To pograpbical Engineers; Mr. Moorhead, of Jay Cooke & Co., and Mr. samuel E. Wilk o, the veteran and able journalist, con. eituting the exploring party, reached Deer Lodge City last evening. They left Wails Walls July 90th, traveling on horseback es the Pen d'Orelile route and c'mvoylng their pack train to Milsoula Mills, hbence they same In vehicles. They have made an r id trip, and considering that Mr. Wilkeson and Roberts have reached the merldan of life, aend all are unaccustomed to the saddlt, a re markably rapklone. They werametby ascom of citizens some distancedown thevalley.r nd extended a mountain welcome to the eouan tami lad. To-day they will visit the Deer Lodge Pras, ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 August 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. -EER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, AUG. 1. 'itE ELW NORTHIWEST ALMlNAC. LU4ATIO71S FOR AOUGCT. .Iw Noon ........ 7th day....... lh. I am. YEe. rstuarter.......14th day....... Sb. it . Nor. Uill M)o., ........tlt dAi ....... 1b. 5 ma. Eve. Last quater ........:ath d4a...... O h. 8 m. Nor. 'ta *C?4.. 3 003I MAT('RItAY..... ...14 .00 7.00 11.19 tI'IAY. .... .....15 5.411 7.07 11.46 MONDAY ................t 5.U1 7.15 aI. o a TLIMAYV, .............17 5.41 7.0l 0.41) W1 U'AIMl9AY ..... 18 ... .01 7.01 1.31 itHIRDAY...........11 54. 7.01 l .6 C(HRONOLOICAL. August 15, I1-Antbwr discovery on Onas.lopps Creek. Angust I16t ltll--llnman bang at Feat B.aatoe. Atsust 17, lIl--Three men scalped at Chimuey Rek by Indians. August 16, 14iS-Prickly Pear baI discovered by .l1 burt. The data of the above Is derived from the "YoOas .s.tistical Almanac." METIRBOOI.ICAL RlOIIRD. i.atthDU 4640 m. LoIxeTLas 119 10ia. ALTvO us 4,t0l feot. 0i5t 7 as Pe a or avOs auanas. A a YtC i040 7140 7i .............

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 August 1869

NEW NORTH -WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, AUG. I. THE COldLAISE. Last dayg t the Comeuraey Ia ileluamd. From Pollard Life of Jellersan Davis, just publ!shod. At 11 o'clock in the morning. General Lee wrote a dispatch to President. Davis at Rich mond, advising him that the army could not possibly hold its position, and that prelara tions should be made to evacuate the capital that night! He might have added in the dispatch what he remarked to one of his staffoflcers, as with embittered but lofty face, he saw his army breakiag up in the broad sunshine: "It hashappenedas I told them in Richmond; the line has been stretch ed until it has broken." No sound of the battle-not an echo, not a breath-had yet reached the doomed city. it was a lovely Sabbath day, and Richmond basked in its beauty and enjoyed more than usual remission from the cares of the week. There were no sounds as of the vexed thor oughfare; the long streets laid open, not a vehicle upon them; the murmur of the river gave t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 August 1869

'p THE _ _ ' I W EST Iw .* -- 41 1 - Im POETRY. KATY LIE AND WILLIe GRAT. Two brown hends wth toeuag calre, Red lips abutting over petls. bare tent, white and wet with dew, Two eyes black sad two eys blue, Little boy sati git were they, Katie Loe and Wlle ray. Vhey were standing where a breet, leeding like shupheabssb crook, clashed It silver. nd thick rnks Of willow franged its Ih s- Illt in thought and half la play, 4istle Lee and Wille Gray. 'bhey had chod like cQelere red He was alor, 'aae boahe ld she, with arms like wreathe of ew, Swung a basket to and fro, ( A they loitered, hal Ia play,) Chattering to Willie Oray. "Pretty atle," Willie aid, And there mmse a dash of red Through the brownaess at the cheek: *" boy are strong and gird are weak, And In carry. so, will, Katie's beasket up the bill." Raticanewered, with a laugh, "Yoe shall erry oniy halU " Then sead, teaieag beck her eurlo " fys are weak. as well as gi?." Do you think that Katie guessed Ihal the wisdoam sbe espewed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 August 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jay. II. MiaL . . " Editor DEER LODGE CITT, PRIDIT, ACU to. TII --NORTERN- ROAD. raa xR.o:. .Hr.'t" Rod, A Clam aSt Sbo Tin.. The visit of tle N. P. RaIlroad Ex. ploration party-the first practical evidence In our midst that the Northern Pacfie Com pany mean " busin',s "-invests this subject With new interest and asgnflcance. It may be well therefore to state briefly the history and present ultuaction of its affairs. The charter covers a determinable line extending from the western end of Lake Superior to Pupt Sound, 17.3 miles. Prom the eastern terminus to the western boundary of Mlnuesota, the Company is subsidized with land grants of alternate sections for twenty miles on sa.h sideof the road; from there to Puget Sound, alternate sections of forty miles on each side, making equivalent to a solid belt of leand forty miles wide. The charter was originally granted to a New England ann. But little was known of the 'route, ad he as President was unable to interest in ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 August 1869

NEW NORtTH' WEST. D1es IA... E CITRD.A1. . AU.. 20. YglE NEW NORTH*WEST ALMANAC. LUNATIONS FOR ACOGUT. Nw eMon ........ th lby... ... t h. 1B m. Eve. Ytimquarter........l4th day.. :... 5b. II m. Mar. ran moon.. .......has s ... ... 1h , be m. Le. Lsot 4Uarter ........ltdh day....... Uo . I m. Nor. SATUlt'iAY ... 1 5.08 1.57 4.15 SUNDAY . .... U I 5.4- 6.5i rs I . MONDAY ..... ...... . -.11 1.116 7.56 TULIWIAY.... ...h...9 .11 6.51 8.11 WRDNKEIAY ........5 5.138 i.50 .40 TBIIINDAY .......... i 5.1 6.48 9.015 C(I RONOLO(ICAL. auualt Y1, I.lt-Battle of hIowling Gruen. Mo. August 1, 1164--Prof. Dimedale opened the AIrt school IL Monte.s at Virgnail., August t1. 1'G0-$I1,!00 000 il gold dust shipped from Montana bar and gul.b. via Nle 'n sad Mlenton, to the States. Augst 15, I6-3-Ptuer Uloran hung at Beusack for the murder of John elly ' August 15, 1801-~ypullmt hung at Gold Crnk. AIr ezecatlon In Montlaa. The data of the above is derivud from the "Montana Statistical Almanac." *-. -~ B-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 August 1869

NE-W .." WEST. fRz "'5fr1tEff*a" F TUE Jm. Pauln u da Av$ Abusi .j - -rJMmIII*ý .II.IA *i ' U _ ,1 'rle wI e of the i& sadsl was the work f d(uouuICWfW-UIlhen I say this without nware. bermuse accidsmt lc l cirenrimtames at different . y-W trustworthy lseematioo b frum tbestri kes'nd the striken. p of remember, probably, rkth atin of tes pararaphsr Lad a.oMl s hUme f9e mnillem at ari-, an hd aspendr the rauainder--twomll iWi@6M bdks it wersr s m ' l ,l( In o There were two itome of truth in ti bMo,. matny-ude ii.. Thetluims gasernosont, Swas infornmed bys who could Mlad 1y be mlsake, bead I woligd to Utic pate the receipt of the money, hbaving no maore doubt of pttingihe ag last than the Danilsh ovenment of receiving the poke thi Rauhklr Siab . The hidgs advanced Ave millions of dor,u eand, on. suueantly, the moment aIlur, mee1 . re elved thfe money at the y .ry of the United States, he wah Ii ltet to send the S melMonsto l arndon. Ile did so; and this was one of the stoma of tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 August 1869

VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1869. NUMBER 8. P1 1.'$1T tY. Too Tasatc! BY FITS I UGH LUDLOW. 'rhere sat an old man on a rock And aunceaing tbwailed him of Fate 'That concern wherein we must all take stock. Though our vote has no hearing or weight; And the old us in saug him an old, old song N?.'r Pang vole' ws clear or strong That reabt Blown tta old man's lunar, For he sang the song "T uo latel Too latel" " When we want. we have ftr our paina ¶'hd priuise, that it we but wait '""111 the wast has hurned out of our bralne, Every m--ens shall be ipres'nt to sate; While we send for the unpkin the soup gets cold, While the bonnet is trimming the face grows old, When we've matched our buttons the pattern i asold and eveaythling comes too late-too late When ont'herrice seemed like red heavens Terrapin stew a wild dream he14'e my brain was at sfxes and sevens, If my monuwr had f folks' and iee-croau. Then I gauel w ith a lickerib hunger At the restaurant man and f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 August 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jaim. H. MaII., * * - Editor .as resuessm. DEER LODUE CITY, PRIDAY, AUU 17. 2'TIE INDIAXS. We have just perused an article in "Pat nam's Magazine," for September, entitled, " ShaHl the Red Men be Esterndnasted" It purports to be " notes of sours among the wilder tribes of Arizona, New Mexico, Mon tana. Colorado and the Indian Territory," and appears to be the first of a series of arti des intended to set forth in strong light the grievous wrougs which the ead men have suffered at our hands, and to awaken the philanthropic to a sense of the necessity for his redemption frombarbarism, and ultimate civilization. The author is a Mr. Vincent Morley, who, as we are told In an editorial note, "was sent out in February last, to learp from actual observation the %bndition and the ceeds of the savages of our Western domain." Mr. Morley is evidently one of those soft-hearted humanitarians of the East, who has formed his estimate of Indian character chiefly from thetena1der-sto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 August 1869

II NEW NORTH -WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, AUL. 27. THE NEW NORTH*WEST ALMANAC. LUNATIONS FOR AUGUST. New Moon ........ 7th day....... sbh. sM. Eve. Firetquarter........14th day....... Sb. it m. Nor. oil Moon, ........est dal....... Sh. Is m. Z". Last Quarter ........60th day....... 0 h. 1 m. Mor. SON sus segos 7os Twi sl V assa. sirs. sass. F .DAY. ............ 6.111 ý : I SATLMDUAY.U.....1 5.16 6.45 .6.6 SUNDAY 1.3 5.14 6.44 10.15 MONDAY ............0 5.19' 6.11 11.10 TUENDAY ............11 6.8. 6.40 11.11 WBlDN ItMIAY, Sept. 1 6.11 6.68 mioa THURSDAY.......... 6.1 6.3 0.51 CHRONOLOICAL. August 07, 1864-Flit publication Meetms, Post. August 17. 180-Nkbolas Smith shot es. soMer. Soptor. 1, 180S-10t Sundae solsel orgad at onlsa. The data of the above is derived from the "' Meeas Statisticsl Almanac." MBTROROWOGICAL REOORD. La*WUDs 46040 e. oieswaus 111040 m. AraI*UD3 4.s6ssfot. 1860 74 A sse 1 a 9 vres 535asas. Ane 490 * " 61 00 Uf CFdy sad sake. rst :. 65 447 47 Usk Isnow an uaoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 August 1869

.eMt toi Ci Trt, FAlk ADSk Wi. PRINCE qB."S, PALACE. grow Apoate dea4$g-TieHomeof Me Fisk, Jr. . +PiIa Hs lde w Tal l L .ctV Admiral Fisk and toetue Railway Com pany propose having an otoe building mad Ale.ss in keeping wlth the length k .IMir road, its thousands of cars and the magni tade of its connections. brand Opera Rome Is to be their new bome, and a mod estquarterofth tilion is to be expended in its tgvitumse, ete.. Thu Admeist eS g) calt williake possession of these go farnlshed apartments within a fº " .. s *ag U DI h1WD yM1pN f ' r i A lht of stairs whers the visitor Into the main bla, dedtred With nalbl. lif tesa lated wIt, and bue. This was formerly know m tlWe anite'1ill. It 16 `tited 4ith sections of polished black-walnut, Inlaid with still more polisaec woods. Richly fiidur's'3jla' Isinertedl the pan. The ceiling displays the richest suggestions of Pompeian art. Blue, carmlheu lac d gold are blended In a fantujiul tracery of lines and curves. Tirdutgltifese run inter ...

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. — 10 September 1869

•H,~ EST . LJ N . E °. DEER LOE CITY, MONTANA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTIAN - IDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1869 NUMBER POETRY. ' . -- -.---- -- .-- ... ..- - Golng and Coslnag. 1T 3DWARD A. 8U135. Going-the great round Snn, bragging the captive Day, Over behind the frownig hill, Over beyond the bay Dying; coming-the dusky Night, silently tealing Ia, Gloomily drapisg the soft., warm neek Where the goldena haIled Day had beers Lying. .t. Oolag-the bright, blithe pring: oseomsa ! how fast ye tfa, Shootig out of your tarry sky Into the darkness al aindly I Coaing-the mellow days: Crime and felow leaves; Languhlaing perple aid amber fruit tislng the bsuded sheaves EKldly I mt. Goolp- r early frends; Veles we loved am dumb, Peoteteps grow dim I. the mornlng dew; alenter the echoes some ainging: Coming to join our march Shoulder to shesids Ipemwd: Lray-hamied vternse strikte their tests for the tfet purple West , I sal st-ar te d , Golng-ibis old, old life: beasdhi wrall! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jik. IL mllis - . * dltor, 3b3tI IS sE CITYT,RIAT, s*. to. TIlEB Cd PITA L RUBSIrT. Governor Ashley. nn August Stet, tased prutclaatlon daclnrlag James M. COsas uogh the Delegate e~ect, and Virgiala City to be the seat of government of Montana Tefitory. lI be pebl ers publllhes both, but tie (eas and ner.l. publish only the one cosmernug Mr. Cavanaugh. Therovuras from Chateau county were, we learn from good autbority, grossly Irregular, they hav lng no signatlrs. whatever. The unlooked for majority rolled up in Madison, is ac counted for as follows: It was deemed by Virginians that If the correct majority was paldlshed, Helena would keep on voting and getting in returns until the Virginia vote wna surpassed. So the correct returns were withheld, a lesser majority reported, and on the returns all being placed in the hands of the Canvassing Iuard,.onsistingof Governor Ashley, Secrelary Scrilmer and General liowie-probably all favorable to Helena it transpired that Mad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, SEPT. 10. TlE NEW NORT.-WEST ALMANAC. LUNATIONS FOR SIEPTEMIEU. N4ew Moon ........ 5th day....... 10h. m. v4. Firstquartnr.... ...lh day....... I b. m. r. Pall Noon, ........10th dal ....... 1 b. I1 m. Eve. Ieat Quarter ........lth dy....... Ib. 40 m. Eve. OfW'N sfv nooN .1o ThU wrar.. La nlas. s . iama. AtIDAV, .......... tit 854 6.1 i .M~ RATUtDAY ........ It 5.4 6.1ite 9.6 ONDIAY ........... 18 5. .16 I 1I.9 NO.n.A.. ..........III 5.1* 6.14 11.16 TUtI40IDAY ............ 14 5.81 6.11 anla'a WRDNsIIDAY ...... 15! 5.6 I 6.10 0.10 ! Rt) AY........... 16 5.40 6 .08 1.18 CIRONOLOGICAL. Septr'r. 1, 161-J. 1). Davidon munrdered on Gallatn. Sept'r. 14. INI4-OGrman Gulch diacovered. Sept'r. 15, l.--Lewil and Clark reach the Columbia river. Sept'r. 16, 1tp4-Firt cabin crected In Helenh. " " Il5- Hlenderson Oulch discovered The above data is derived from the Mosntan Statis. tical Almanac. SETEOROLOGI('AL RECORD. LATrTlDn 4604t. in. uznorTnrs 1110o40...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. am33 LODOE CITY, FRIBAT, SEPT. 1d. A Bsee fore LAe. A BAsred ugisewr Chasd bp Fire-A Thrin fea.rrae. -.s _ -,,' of -the N buas (1Mih.) ghle. * * * To make it a intelligible mat ter to the reader. let me y that the BUf .i.l Corry and Pittsburgh road intersects tse ee Shore .ead at this place. The st tion at the Junction is named Uroncton. Now let it be understood, that from that point to Mayville, at the head of Cbautnu. qua lake, (a distance of only ten miles). a train Is carried over an elevation of 700 feet. Prom the statkin to the summit, the grade Is about 80 feet to the mile, with curves whch increase the distance four miles. It ia over this mad that Imnmense quantities of petroleum are brought. On Tuesday evening, about nine o'clock, a train, consisting of six oil cars and two passenger cars, reached the summit on its way to the junctkion. Here, by some cause as yet unexplained, one of the oil tanks took ire. The lassenger ears were at once de tached and the br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1869

THE NEW NRTH WEST. OLME 1 DEER LODGE ITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 1869. NUMBER 1 POETRY. % k W.se or Tiam OIEiia. I. lo the waoke O um aioeimpale; Wes thm oees,O WiMh the tlde-ns s i Maem Oiho hally. 'Os she deld Ibsle Ti lay, I wh I , AM at his pillow the bus.ag light; While pek as beesll, wkb tefat of hee ebhk, The mehe eemdtl-l *tsee all o spes.; Det she beapel the Ale.aM with aceers ueed Se M leek bottle apes the bead, trUn She eompeay slm, ee aw sla, aes sd womes, bigrd smeal lluselsi the ally but te s all To She wake of 'lmO'ase. .IL 'At the . o es OBas All white with sleep t ese of theim womes Dt tuok a peep, Ad she wiav r mw wedel gaps to weep. The methere delerel mteas sheet, ad psel tied li measl hlag eet, Psr white a mew was his ellg sheet, ALd a b looked pesceal, de, le l swmeet 'Thk ol wives, pasele the bleseo deed, easbres thick resac She el pueshed. Where Oflers'o whew, atere lm tern, ella to her bwes. thes mewe hers, A4M stue all arosd her, with eyoe feels., At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. Ja. 1. Milli, - - Editor ANID PU!LI5WU. DEER ALODUE CITY, PRIDAY, SEP. i7. THE I'ENI TENTIAR I. "It still nmoves" SoGalileo said of earth in the teetih of the Ilquisitioaists, and so we say of the Peniteatiary business, despite nill appearances to the contrary. Dr. A. 11. Mitchell, Commissioner, has received in structions from the Secretary of Interior to proceed at once with preliminaries looking to the immediate construction of the build ing, as provided for by the Acts of Con grass and the Montana Legislature. The pI'ns, elevations and conditional slpecific lions are forwarded, and the detailed specl feations of the Commissioner, in accordance therewith, are being prepared, which being apl'roved by the 4cecret.try, will be advca ti/ed for proposals from builders. It iscon template'l the wing now to be built shall be dcuptiletcd in six months from time of com wlencement. The Plan, as forwarded, is 'nlmpoied of a central building 80x86 feet 8:1 feet high. with two...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. DEER LODGE CITT, FRIDAY, SEPT. 17. THE NEW NORTH-WEST ALMANAC. LYi.AX.1iO5 FOR RETElMBRI. F'Oew M otsa .... ..... Ith da,.....:..o h. Ca rm . ICve. First (qulter........ Ilth day....... I b. n! m. Ior. Fldl Moon, ........)th day....... 1 b. II om. rve. Lae lt (I earlm-r ........ tth day....... Is. 40 mn. Evc. I.'N It N jNININ y-, t T'iE WE:EK. fil*E#. METM. W(*$ AT lt1.Y. 1 .... . .... 1 5,.42 i lJ .4 3.17 IM,INIAY ............ 19 5.45 t .(aI RIMs. TI'1E I.1,Y, ......... .. 21 6.47 5.I 0 . i.44 WI. IN.I .ilA.Y, . ..... 2 5.4 5 4 5.511 7.510 TII'Ii'ltAY.......... 15.49 5 55 7.3 (H111 OONOLOOICAL. &N pte'r. 17, I111-.John R)olan hung at Nevada. " " I44.-Gov. Edges ton rIwahed Dannack. S.etrr. II, IN 1i-Kcilly and Fuoter's prize fight at Vir lnla ('lty. eptt'r. 1V, I ,-t4etrmer Gallatin astUk at. Dophan' IRapids. ept 'r. 9., I.T7- Fianlk Lovejoy killed. iqpt'r. 2Z. 15II-s-Lewis and (1ntrk returned to It. Louis .plt'r. 21, lft~i--Miurph)'s Gulch, Ilighland. dlacov'd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1869

NEW NORTH *WEST. a3m 313 " cmTI, raam, IETr. 17. A Pm.see Ay. Two * Imasds.sm Dtisetset y Am Cham ail- hil. Beutn*d leat lbguter M A Pis e spondentwrites as follows: " Notwthstandlng the politial crisis at t hanging over the fate of Fraace. the devote a much time as everto the less aImportant but more congenial matters of secial life. Madame de -- Is a lady on the sunny side of forty, rich goodlook lg and borbon Jenme. ,some score of years her senior was ordered six months ago to Algeria, where he holds an el postion. Madame B--. whose health did not permit her to accompany him remained in her vil on the banks of time ele; shecontlnued to keep open house, ave balls and parties d appeared in no y grieved at the cruaelrto from her ie lord ordained by t ocdal fates. Tln went on some time in the most irre preeablne manner. At length, however, the solitude of sinle bliss began to weigh on the lady's mind and ended In a nlimos wirith a dashing Lotbairoof 80siummere. One morning she announ...

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