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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 September 1869

t _ '·D B . . 10 *t1lW ¶511) 9-1 4 11 VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 1869. NUMBER12. POETRY. An Autumn Ploture. S * * BRathes of sunny hase, -teeping the ripemed laves from day to day, And dainty kisses at the frost at night, Such miracles of change. that myriad trees Which pranked the meuds and clothed the forest gloorms Bloomed wlith the tints of Eden. Iad the earth Been .l.ashed with blood of grapcs from every edie, Tinted from topel to dim carbuncle, Or orient ruby, it would not have been Drenched with such waste of rolor. All the bass The rainfow known, and all that meet the eye In tflowers of field and garden, joined to tell Each tree's dose folded secret. Side by haid Rose sister maples ; some in amber gold, Others incarnadlinc or tipped with flano: And oaks that for a hundred years hbad stood And flouted one another through the storms. Boating their might-proclalmed their pique or pride In dun, or dyes of Tyre. The sumac leaves .linted with such sca...

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. — 24 September 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jdra. IL. M1ll.e, .* -* . sde m .3r 14s CI.T, RIAT, -' H. MON TA NA AOIOICLTTBAL, MECBHANICAL AND MINZE. AL ASSOCIAurlO. .aboo la a rd . shiLodar4h lde-a timo will be to iaagrd a Belka, Septu. her Sth, Monday atL State., Territorlul and coaur Phirassemiseu wemderful las. ss among the people ia whge districts thqe an held, and howr er dicuit 4. ms be for the projectors of Agricltaml airs to weder their initial one a success, the spirit of friadly rivalry engendered by the. ia. naus ezhibitions render it nest to tipoedble that mry after the first should be a falue. A inereasing Interest Is umalfted with each annual eourre1s end partueclarly is it so in a country lik thMi, whe the reat agri ltumral ooras es of the T trr torye just beginalag to receive attenton, and aye becoming sumclently developed to foeshaed :.Ow the bright future n store for the Terl torty in tis respect Already Rasten i lpt tatists are eering into ouar valleys with longing eyes, with a View of oati...

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. — 24 September 1869

?4EW NOR TH* WBWAF pa8 f R4* CIT7 raTj , greeS'* THE NEW NORTH-WEST ALMANAC. LrNATION. PoI .RrPTEMBER. r,,, Moon ........ 5.th day .....10b. m Eve. FirstQuanttr........ lth day....... I h. 53 m. Nor. YFull Moon, ........0th day ....... 1 It m. Ive. Last. uarter ........14th das....... I b. 40 m. Eve. It U rT . w rT K . uWE - . urtl. u s .s kI TAY I .. 14 4.54 P.JJ 8.01 MATT UAY......... .. " 1 .14 .3l',..8 | 9.O1 (ATI'BIAY. ,... 35 b1'N. 1.... .......... ,s3 T.4 A INIIAY ............ 5.r4 .47 9.47 T!i' ENi AY .. ......... x* 5..i 5.45 10.18 WEII,II~IDAY ...... 19 35.37 5.43 11.84 TIlli'KDAY........... 'A) i 5.3.6 5.14 oan'ao CIIRoONOLOICAL. .ept'r. 14, IANr-Murphi',sgelch.glthland, dicoveord, *" , s1361-J. J. Hall a ld I. Lott app. Ter. Aund. and Treas. Sept'r. 81, 190t-Flk's 1.t exp'n reached Gold Tcreek " 17, l1;t-Whitlatclh Union mina die. byIas. W. Whitiatch. c4pt'(r. 0, 10-W-Death of Gea. terlag rice, C. S. A. at Il. Loula. The above data are derved from the ontaa Stat 4tcal Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 September 1869

NE W NORTH- WEST. DEER LODGE CITI, FRUIDl, ,I'T. 4. liam the RiLa namelods Caskso, Spt. a California is ?Us .tlies in ka~lgtband shout 200 in width. It has an area of 188,08G aqare miles, equal ia extent to ten of the mnailer Eastern State. Tbo formation of tbhle contry is strange and varied. Mona tains the most steep and barren ; vales the most fertile and beautiful; de.rtL the most sterile; spacious bays; magnlcent rive*, broad prairies and pcturesque lakes abound in sUi parts of the btae. * SOIL AMID cLIWATI. The soil and climate are eminently adapt. ed to the growth of all the various kinds of fruits and vegetables. The hardier fruits succeed well in all parts of the State, and along the southern coast oranges. lemons, figs. pineapples, andotbhe spedCsof tropical fruits are raised. The soil and climate seem to be well adapted to the cultuire of the grape and the manufacture of wine. Three hun. dred varieties of grapes have alnready been cultivated; anong which are thel choicest ...

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

t .y r . . w T~~~~ H . N, E ,'W l VOLUME 1. _ DEERI LODGE. CITY, MONTANA'C FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1869. NUMBER 13. POETRY. The Old ]Nlonoeer A dirge for the brve old pioneer I Knight-errant of the wood I Calmly beneath the green sod here, lie rests from teld and good; The war-whoop and the panther'e sreams No more his soul shall rouse. For well the aged hunter dreams ldalse hdi good old spouse. A dirge for the brave old pioneer I lushed now his rlidrs peal The dews of many a vlnib'd year Are on hble nertd steel: lls born and pouch lie mouldering Upon the cabin door The elk rests by thu salted spring, Nor fees the ierce wild boar. A dirge for the brave old pioneer ! Old Druid of the West ! lls olerlag was the feet wild deer, Ill shrine the mountain's crest. Within bhis wildwood temple's space An empire's tower nod, Where erst, alone of all his rese, He knelt to nature' God. A dirge for the brave old ploneer I Columbus of the land ! Who guided freedom's proud career Beyond the conquer'd s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. Ja.h IL Miii., Edltor AND l IPt'1313. DEElI I.INE CITY, RFEIDAT, 0(1. 1. TIUR FLATIIEAD BREEBRVA TOV l.V BITTERB ROO VA £ t & LY. General Sully, Indian Commissioner for Montana. left Deer , lgeyestermay for Mis sa.ua. The principal object of the visit is to examine the situation of affairs in regard to the Bitter hoot Valley lleservation, and to -sake such a report thereon to Washington as lie may deem for the general good. The :aiaple of Mimoutla expect good from tltis iasit. They believe General Bully honest, tunprwjudiced, possessed of good judgment a ,ad cxlwrience, and having suflcient influ e.,ne anld confidence at Washington to In :atre ,silea action as he may recommnend. We I elie.ve the same. Their troubles are not a :ihtl.i:it matter to end. Under the tcruus of tiae Stevens Treaty, the whites are tresspas ,etrs upon ground held In reserve from white c ccupation, until the Presilent should have tse valley surveyed aid examined, and see, if in his judgm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. DREEIR LODU CITY, FRIDAT, OCT. I. ?8R VMW NOrTrWEST ALnANrC. LUNATIONN l FOR OCTOBJR. 4.ew Moon ........ 5th day ... 6 b. 40 m Mor. FirgetQarter........ Iltb day....... tb. 2S m. Mor. Fdil Moon, ........1th A b) ....... b. Co m. Mer. i Tar i a vs i soon 10. . 133 -3r3--"-S 3,Nra AID'IiAY. ......... i ^' 51,11 U SATrRiiAYT.. ... ... 5 6.01 5.7 1.56 VUNDAY. .......... 3 0.01 5.0 8.11 MONDAY ........... 4 6.4 5.1 4.10 TUtENDAY ... ....... 5 1.14 5.81 ara* WIDNiIDAY4 .....6 6.05 6..10 !.87 TItIIT sDAY ........... 7 t 7.11 CIRONOLOOICAL. Oct. 1, 1e00--Thl North.restesr countrly eode by Spalt to Prance. Oct. 3, 11S3--First railroad in the t'. 8. opened. Oot. 4, 14--Cuolhabus dieanvered America. Oat. 5. ta1--tet Rap. T.r. ('. . mnt at Virginla. Ot.4. 4, 16-U v. Green Clay Smith at Virginia. The abhove data a derived from the Moetasa Statis (ical Almanac. MITEOROLOWICAL RI(UItD. ar.TroTt0' 46040 m. In3A)s1nTT 1 --@40. ALTITlMDu 4.140 feet. 1S '7A, 3I rPf 9 r AVer__ _ Arn"aS....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1869

NEW NORTH -WEST. DBEER LOg CITY, FRIDAT, OCT. 1. Pre. deent LscolEn . A New and Tree&er told of the Late Prtei dext Prom Dickens' All the Year Round. During the summer of the most disastrous and doubtful year of the late American war, the Colonel of a New llampshire regiment lay for several weeks extremely ill of camp fever, aeamrfampton Rads, Vrgilaa. Uear ingot his critical condition. his wife left her Northern home, and, after much difficulty, made her way to his bedside. Her cheerful presence and careful nursing so far restored him that he was ft in a short time to be transferred to Washington, In the Potomac river the steamer in which the iuvalid oficer, Colonel Scott, and his family had taken passage, was sunk, in a collision with a larger vessel in the night time. The crew and nearly all the soldiers on board were rescued or saved themselves; but amoid the horrible confusion of the sene. Colonel Scott became separated from his wife and she was lost. The Colonel was picked...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1869

VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1869. NUMBER 14. POETRY. Undter tie 'rr.e.. Prom Harpers Masw, October. L Eaaby Bryant. a dealer In lesther Who daily Is scraping more dllars together, Sat ia his Ferry street store one more, lick of the smell of the bides and the been, When a berefooted girl In a calloo gown, A hit of the country brought into the town in the shape of a nosegay-of reese alone ome of them budding and othere were blown. As the perfume he drank with a relishing thieLt. The bar from the door of his memory burst, And his senses, away to the days that bad led, By the scent of the roses a moment were led. No longer he site In his countiagroom heated, No longer his desk and his lodger he sees; Be has left the close town. and is pleasantly seated, Happily, dreamily, Under the trees. II. Olitters before him the swift-lowing river; The beat in the air has a visible quiver; The sheep dot the hll-elds with patchee of snow; The kin. In the pasture are grazing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1869

NEW NORTH* WEST. Jae. II. M111. * * Editeos AND PtILR.U3. REER LOINE CITY, FRIDAT, OCT. 8. COUNTY DEBT. (l.) Our Independent cotemporary the Nasw Nonir-WasT, basan article in italast ldsme, unaer thi above caption, in which it goes beyond the nciples of the Denmo eratlclparfy asapplied to the payment of the national debt, and proposes a scirense for thme solution of our lo financial question which amounts to repudiation pure and simple. (2.) A better suggestion would havebeen to wipe out the county debt entirely. (8.) The plan suggested by our cotemnpo rary looks fair on upeapr, and at first view seems plausitle; and, if consistent withgood faith and not void, we should sanction such a. muvenwnt. But there seems to be insur bmountable obstacles in the way: first, it would be had faith towards the holders of county warrants to make any other disposi tion of the county revenue than to pay the lmonds in their regular order of maturity, to which the faith of the county stands pledg Id, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. bDER L01ANE C'IT, FRIDAY, OCT. 8. tHE NEW NORTI WEsT ALMANAC. LUNATIONS FOR (Otl' EIl. kI*Noon ........ Ash day ... it, 4im Nor. PiratQunrter........ 12th day...... 2b. :12 m. lor. Pull Moon, ........90th dsd...... Oh. 27 m. Nor. Last Quarter . . .....tth day.. . l b. 04 m Nor. Dolt Ttr WlEK. Blocs. T1._ P313. $ ATLTIDAY..... ... U In UN 5.24 8.!{! ýNO A . ..... In 6.11 5.2 9.10 Tf.Es1A\' .........I 12 l 6 11 .10 1.0.6 k ll)NENII > K AY. ...... 1:. t15 5 116 .nn r illitWiiAY .......... 11 .1i 1 3 14 0.11 IItoiltONUL(K.J( AL. Oct'r. K JNST-Masonic Tenude at Virginia. dedicated. " 10, 1b04-lst Dem. Ter. Com. met at Virginin 1b67, Miller kildd by Chapman at Deer Lodge. Oct r. 14, 1867-Telegraph extonded to Helena. The above data are derived from the Montana Statis tical Almanac. N ETEOROLOGICAL RECORD. .ATsita3 46040 m. LoxestL3 114x40 aM. *LTITsID 4.260 feet. 180i 7 A 1 ' P 9 P uAV'as.I RrMARKs. (Ociri 1 a0 sj s 4101 451 %(ay. " : 4 67 49 l "" "8 'i I _t I47 t (loud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, OCT. 8. * In nocenut. Abroad." Mark Twain (S. L. Clemens) has recently published a book called "The Innocents Abroad: or. the New Pilgrim's Progress," being a record of the author's voyage on the steamer Quaker City to the Mediterranean, and his rambles in Europe, Egypt and the Holy Land. The following will be found excellent types of the general style of the work: DARBER SUOP IX ?RANCB. Prom earliest iufancy it has been a cher ished ambition of mine to be shaved, some day, in a palatial barber shop of Paris. I wished to recline at full length in a cushion ed, invalid chair, with pictures about me and sumptuous furniture; with frescoed walls and gilded arches above me, and vis tas of Corinthian columns stretching far be fore me; with his perlumes of Araby to in toxicate ay senses, and the slumbrous drone of distant noise to soothe me to sleep. At the end of an hour I would wake up regret fully and find my face as smooth and soft as an infant'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 15 October 1869

ENE I W RT VOLUME 1. DERER' . 0ITY, TNA 'IDAY, OCTOBER Jk 1869 .. 1. • m .;.-; ._,! ! "eamm Irt"aim~ "i fl p~~l ,m,,,,,,,. -tt.- D.|'l i .... I HI al POETRY. eu.eol FroVIr 3114 for 001od4. Frday, September Seh, IS. Seads i bow the price went ashing threSg Wall sart, Wiliam teet, Dead wrest, ~i 1 All the spee lt all the land eld ina one Ring by a giant band. For mlUioa more it was teady to pay, .A.thrttle the Ielteet ohn agmap'de I tp from the GlM IPR'e ether bell While the Innocent fountain rose and fell, Loud and higher the bidding rose. 'An the hlLs, trdempbint, foed thekr eL It e enmed u f Sataen himelf wre ia it, Lilting at,-one per cent. a minte,- Thebag the bellowing broker there mid, Who made the terrible, isal bid I ghrb ever all, and even higher, We beard the voice of Israel Pre, A doleful knell sl the term-swept mart, "piae muilloe more I and ur a, pet I'I give One undred aend iastr' lseel Preyer-the Goverment Jew Sead as the base-eeaked thmwegh and threu With credlt galne...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 15 October 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jemo. n. Miii. * * - Editos D.EE LODGE CITY, FRIDAT, OCT. 1. S" - -THE ZAJD .JVRY AND T.E The Grand Jory, recently In session at Ideln, presented a statemnt to Jndge 8ymmes, to be forwarded to the authorities at Washington, setting forth that nine or ten citienrs have been murdered and one thousand bhead of honres stolen by the In dias in the pettlements of Montana within the pauL six months. They also state that the Plegans, Bloods, and Blackfeet have a mt their wom6a and children Into the British Poseessions; that this is a virtual declaration of war. Further; that we need protection; that tho citizes are unabl~ to bear the expense of hunting and punishing these lndlans, and solicit a more efficlent protection from the Government It is also represented that the Pen d' Orelles, In 'their agratiaons after bufalo, steal stock, and possibly onmmit murders. Their passage east of the mountains is asked to be probitb ited. The presentation of these facts by a re sponsibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 15 October 1869

DEAD LODIU CI?, RIDAY, OCT. 11. LUNATIONS FoR OCYODIR. M1e oos ....... sib day :.. 0b. Dh o.i. VintQuaal~ev.... IS} day... 1b. Uan. 1n Last Quarter .... ....lstby....... 1 a. 01 m. Nor. SATLK1lAY. 6 1 I a. I5.1 SIATJNDIAY........ I 6.31 MOINJA1J .............. . . I.' ' 4.16 TUIEDAY .........1 .14 5.01 5.05 Wk11ýpº<)AY. ...,..10~ I. 1.0 mam THURISDAY........... 6 01 0.0 - c MrIONOUIICAL. (s8'r. .16 1001-Ciarke Gulch dbaotrrd. (Jerr. IIi-Courotorpulare byGov. iuprtoes. Oct'r. 11, 101--IL BDueHaWnblu.bimhyeis Featbergau, atierchaeo(l,000 res. The above data are idved from tb. Mouss etula. Steal Almanac. ETUDOROLOGICAL R3(CO3RD. LAYterVl Nler a. Lowomou 113x40.1. AltmuiWD 4.8410 feet. 2!o. 7 A 1jl F 33 P.S £YUUs 333*336 "r s 1771 04a 8*1 1 M. Cwandealsr 10 17 lf0fl0 4511 CO cls1aa~dralr ". t1 Iý bW I) Iyc. ~a .. iii UN~ Clear, W wind. " 141 17 17 c(esarsad calm. Weekly average 44!4 0. Okwlcmw weather, but tot dry for the mimem. Tb. Sacs sti still de'uudqs our toroat--4imalbasra nsan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 15 October 1869

NEW NORITH WEFT. BER 5I4OP 01WT, V3ElDrV,OCTI 15 Btormem s ei muse. Disoverles with regast to tme essene of them a have, dern e the as year foUoellds ach other with. ipmtordia irasity to modify siprwin tberh to . itps* tean d province in the tcaomyc of the oni Wes. Is Is now an established fact that the P, envelopea snrroundir the t on fU the isuomosphe», b lo a Zs ly OS URAR g serditeaon. oat cku nitr.nama ofo ltt wste ad to tbe aenrouso disattg of dria "0,000 to 100.000 mites and oftenties tLke on most fantastic forms. Some of them ..o photographed during the trecent total ecllp#: the largest one resembnl a ship had-r ull sail; another bss breching horns like tus of antelope; and tech curious Xrut:bet"CC pms u cbarattee eu rly is own. Moreover, ares periodiocl disturb .Nsee take place in this seething auldron of 'bln wgashic, h stangely eou h, are ,sow tbksht to be producuo ed by eertan ncom. binti sjn the movement of the little solid :b.eds, on one of which we llve, in their rv o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 October 1869

" ' .-!,ýh1 %!',, baa 31' SM';V8 TI E77 .t tle'rftff! 10 =OEMt I~ Ulm)7 y ' ~ i EU' 1C T H Eun LL .ý .i - ý-i1.: .ý - adr i+ illr >L AJ *I . VOLUME 1. DEE OIGECIT ' MOQZ1 !M1 FRI AY, OCTOBER 22. 1ý6R..NME 6 POETRY. Ilerslahlp. BT aULTA C. L SeaD. UIle store of wealth have I; Not a rood of Isad own; liar a mansion fair and high Dells with tower. of fretted !tone. Stocks, nor bonds, nor title deeds, Flocks 'or herds have I to show; Whena I ride, so Arab steede Tose for we their manse of asew. I have neither pearls nor gald. Masale plate, nar Jewels rae; 8roldered dike of worth untold. Nor rich robes a quas might wear. In my gardens narrow bound Fleast no costly tropbic hMooms, Ladening all the air around With a weight of rare perfmes. Yet to 5n immense estate Am I hedir by graceof Gad Richer. grander than doth wait Any earthly measrek's nod. Heir of all the Ages, I Heir of all that they have wraoght, All their store of emprise high. All their wealth of precious thought !very golden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 October 1869

NEW NORTH* WEST. d a. H. MU.,. . . * Editor 3333 LODGE CITY, 13IDT, OCT. 33. THE FLATREAD TREATY. The proceedings of a meeting of citiuens of Bitter Doot to' vamoflsIrate against the treaty reeintly'maB ,ylgee, IalIyvwlu the Flathead In acs, Is published In this Issue. They habs taken a proper seem, and are f .s$e to their own interests, false to the destiny of Montanu, weak-kneed, an pine and cowardly, If they do not, by every means In their power, vigorously, vigilantly and peaulteatly, combat that Iniquity, until they are maintained In possesslon of the en tire valley, and retain It to whlteeceupatlon and development. The treaty cede. to the Flathead Indians, as a Reservatio., all that portion of the valley lying between Lo-Lo Pork and Willow-over thirty miles-con. tainiag mere than 800 square miles of valley lands, on which over !00 whites now lhave farms, homes and valuable Improvements. And this Is given to the FIstheads bhcause they acted with the usual Indian treachery In re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 October 1869

DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, OCT.42. THE NEW NQR)TM*WUIT ALMANAC. LL'::ATJO\S FOjt OCTOBER. New Moon ........ V day ... O b. 49 in Mur. First Quaader........Itts day..... ..2 b. 3$ in. Mor. Fu Noin, ........*)5h dal ...... 6 b. 27 in. Mor. Lou (quarter . 2.......th day........ b. 04 m. Mo0. rI n T om w a x . Wm al lrs. anPE iA .............. 22 0.22 3.W O. RAT('RIfAY. 10. ... , 6.80 4.01 7.03 It.411)AY. . ..... t 6.81 4.57 7.34 MONDAY ............ 1e 6.34 4.5 8.t11 TUNEDAY..........10S 6.84 4.53 9.2a WKIIViIALY. ...... 67 0.115 4.11 10.95 Tl1URit)A.%Y........0. 0 6.30 4 51 11.32 CIIROMOLOUICAL. Oct'r. 24. 12(4-First election held in Montana. 'Oct'r. 27, 1wlb-Lewic and Cark took up winter quar tirs at Fort (lark, 1OJ mlkes from St. Louis. Oct'r. 21, 164-lVNeiil and Orem made a matcb for *5,0(). The above data art derived from the Montana Statis tical Almntnme. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. LAI1tCas 46 40 m. oeaOITvDE 113840 m. ALTITZT1D 4.2l4feet. )7 As1 s 9 AV n RnPlAexq. Oct.25 aSil 0 a6( as....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 October 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. 33R Ia suo crrr, I aAT, Oct . Cate of RaBaw sese' Fibes conupeasoer clashmelaseQ d 1. It is various to we ho* .n trades ANA proessions most d w mes tiusen the l ne. bead human bo.The physitln II intimate with death; e lawyer essalues wounds that have caused It. The wend carver frames ase enthi. Tih maerehsat measures the saroe'd. In the fair realm of art that loves no horrors. It would sacm thai, the artist at lmast would esnape gheastliness It is not so. Young Mills handed me from Its cover. the east taken a few daysago frug RawUas's face, after he was dead and placed la the vault. Mills called It '"sharp, a techkial Ity for accuracy. It Is mssarvelous. The symmetery of the features was perfect, and calmer than sleep. The aose was chiseled to the firmness of marble. The beard, the moustache, the eyelids were Impressed to the ehaetness of a hair. The lips were full and a little apart. as if be had breathed through the plaster. The very pores of the ski. were taken an...

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