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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 August 1872

rnIng, August 3d, 1872. S pIsoopPil. INorP t Tt'TTL-' AProlNTiftWNS. , .bt .Rev. ltibhop Daniel 8. Tattle will preach t folnoking tinsec and pla'eo : r. I A. M. andl P M Sun or, A*Iant 4. rtl k. l., It r d. . A11 A. M. Mutd,,. Ananc.t . IW Io A' M. Id H P. M. I)unday. AIut mrt li. I-,k1 A. . and H P. M. %undray. Angamt I L .iChool House., P'. M. Monday. Aug. S. Religlous k*rvices. lat hý,h, I.nie.t . Tuttle. ot the Eplacs. M ~I MuIoar:ai. Idaho and Utah. will prec, b ourt ouu ,,. Iker Lodue, on 8sanday, August -l , Ial ,..tatil cI extended to all. LOC(AL NEWS. UII rleldlg Well.--Cl. J. J. Lto,, of te Imperial Mining C',npanv at Philips. brg. informs us the Trout ,re is holhing ip to elpecultions, tie yield averaging bout $136 per ton. With more experience s little better gr0le of bullion is being pro dscv.. A lot of 607 pounds w.s taken oui a Sunday, a portion of which was shipped H Helcna, and ablxut 700 pounIds is still re psining on band. The contract with the Stuart mill will sh...

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. — 3 August 1872

Satrday, August , 1872. Coq tsrowopcL Ceauan aletle for thi deputmtent .r mcally sotdited. IeOl quArZ cREELs Russa Bill, as armliuemtarls. serroa 3Wa Norao.Wast : The boys in the Lower District held a meeting at Sam. Pastors' yesterday to make arrangementp for representing their ground, consequent on the fact that Dennte Hays & Co. are about ready to commmene pumplng their shaft, which was sunk last year to the depth of forty feet. "Russia. Bill" made a motion that, the payment of two dollars per week, to the Hays Cmnpany, be sufficient to represent, until they reach the bed.rook; the meeting waited a few aim. utes for a second, when "Russian Bill" seconded the motion; the Chair put it to vote: carried, nam. ae. The report comes to as this morning, that the three Chinamen who stole the money from COplice, on Cedar, wer found some. where in the mountains, and at sight of their pursuers they deserted their esanp and took to the bush. The boys found m their blankets all the money t...

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. — 17 August 1872

VOL. 4, No. 7. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, AUGUST 17, 1872. WHOLE No. 168. -°I1 LODGE, MONTANA. - t. 81 9: f t _ý r ý t c ý .ta *,. 2a. I i. a7. 1)k8. Ilt. 410J6*) S. ". . . .1 t. .14. . WI. 111 494 Y .111 . ..i. . X.. :IN 99 "1 ,, '' I. .115 .1" V. !"L ' ": . 849 i: 1:319 11181 lit. 495. .~1 11 .U .14. 140 J'.4I Ir _ SIt .t-iu: I--il,! 1. y unrtI l Alt%5 d11'. K''~11, I r i 1,"1 ~r 14- III Idatr~t 1.1. 11 ifth ;al , t ,',ttvrill 89948 tl5.il : Sll,' ,j.. I,~lt i- IIE)N "{; I,,. I, ,i ,""rh .nI r,' lhl_ itir,'lI l ll: 185"s 4114 I 111 9. AT1, AW si ":6 11. 1 1·I· r) l\N. ý"ý(' I s . - ATr - 1,A \V, I',lI'S II.Jt9.1: KQUAIIII. Qoer Lodge City, Montana. ii-. I'. SAN lIE IS, ,"ý"'J'i ,11' ":Y AT LA\W. 4119 1 I. 7n Wait 8llt.l1rc9ll Iaa.1,aheb,, - - NMONTANA. J Is~ E. 19tI NSA N A T.IIItI 11f:, I. t''l'l. \IlNTA A TF RIT0tG 1~.; ·1 } "tj''''' I 'I 9 ll9 I4 nt"l sit 119ir8 In Muntit ;,, I Il: 9(8t 4nru t 'Ill t ll b , 11 9141 l diru ft . 4o;I .99z1 'rlr'(.~ Pl118119' 'If Alt8.8118y. .I MU' ~ · ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1872

JAN. LIL LN ... DIrTOR AND PUuI Mug ISSUED CV RY SATURDAY Saturday Moralng, Aagust 17, 1872. For Frlsidemt r the aUted r tates 1'. S. GRANT, or ILLINOIS. erK Vlet.iFeldet 'of the United Mates IHENRY WILSON, O1 NASnACtrllSrTTS. TIIR TERRITORIAL IO1E. The reported and ufficial returns so far obtained show the following majorinties for Delegate. The official count may reduce Maginnis' majority" AUINKIP. ('LArrT. IUdabtl .......... ............. e r ....... .. ...... ....... iseeal on.......... ............. lss ........ ............. Beaverhead. 40 .. . 515 gem Maginnl'. najorly ..... .................. -If the President wanted to see the Thousand Isles. why didn't lie go to the oil regions ? -Mr. A. J. Simmons, Agent at Milk Jilver, is accompauyin g Assistant Secretary Cowan and the Sioux chiefs to Washington. -David Woodman, for assessor of the Missoula Assessment District, is believed to be the only Republican elected in Missoula County. - -If we didu't get tho capitol on wheels at ...

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. — 17 August 1872

clt orth- AWOt. .ItrdJa Morning. Au..gst 17, 1872. atold SI arture of Matl0 s at iella Iher Irr Itoi' Powt OllWee. --3 - ,t, * I' It4 It. !svNh. A ('. P. it I. . I il .. ...... ......."N p. nl " ,. .. ... ........... " t . .ti"' . 1 .n... ........ . ln. t rr r-):'_ ! Asst'l usatr d lye, at.......... . his. tel. lt.. .. ..... ... I a. m. 4 ' . " , I' '. rn IAm.e (. tnp. am. S.o -t day at .......... ... I. is. .' I Il I.N I '. I I' .lai Mw k L.A. ('11 1A ll ( K r u nn n 3 iA I.I. t nALI. eL . I. ....... . .............. net p. It. ,i , I.t,-, I' ..1.1. 3 .1 1.. `l I a. 1 ... 1 . - ti1AI AD FValasll (iGca;l. )IT.\lc"" ils Ili ct r •* . . .ic.r . . week.y n , S. ln t IIt nu toAi. llli I.i. n.l . |lll.Al ll ). 10t i Sp. F. n. nTA4'KPOlL. I'. M. 'li,- * t '.aata.-1*7'. '1 u.. t "i,: II'I '~ it h tld nt ('u lll ill I t e Tel.l'uiory . ,,t I nlai's1 1 , h11ln r lies ai ,' w II' llir.nila(ILct sa ', . i tt I t t1" i : . r l.udnn . null 'sr.iutla tilles. T'1 , fl" I'LAL ,. S..... ...Ik'.r lud...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1872

She few f orth'Wtg Saturday, August 17, 1872. Couy sroDoEiCE. COmmualcstlons for thin dopsmflU5t a repsctlllty solicited. NOTW1 OF A TRIP. To Flathead Lake a :the w ag *B 3v. W. w . Tor. ILEaER rEVs. Greatly disappointed with the character of this stream we struck across the valley, away from the river. for St. Claire's ranch, determining on the morrow to divide our party, one to explore the Still Water higher up on the west side. and the others to suro vey ground for a mill site above the lower ford. We reached Tr. CLARIg'S ON AHLVET CREEK. at 4 o'clock p. min., and found Mr. John Campbell, a Red River man. and Baptiste,a Frenchman. St. Claire was absent and Campbell, a relative of his, wu in charge. The latter gave us a courteous welcome and shared his newly built cabin with us during our stay. Fortunate for us that we had a cable on the night of the 28th to shelter us ! A fearful storm came on in the night ac companled by thunder and lightning, and the rain fell in torrents for s...

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. — 24 August 1872

VOL. 4, No. 8. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, AUGUST 24, 1872. WHOLE No. 164. Zhlltto lortlt-ýtý'cxt, DELER LODGE, MONTANA. 2 .'iiI%.t OFI .2111 2a ' lit I'r \4.. L .L t!".. '. $1I $5 $7. $$t.,1 $'411'$91) t5. $I Ill 12 1. 5, %:41 4 . li. P.*. .1J. .114.. ;'1. V14 N 1 H,,;!, . 1+. .l01 .II. .114. .24. :ia 5." I1. .l 5 'l . .:IS. II.ill.' S5. 19t1, I4UI 1l: 25. 41c~'r; 1. M .41 lll 10 Y1:1 J,"n ~~~~~~~lit Q Pr .It J1"rir t'. d ' Ntr Deer Lodge Cbit , Montarna. X'I"I'c~()INF·: AT LA'W'. 121.- 2N . MONTANA. ,li .. t " Id". any.ti")l -iu 1, e'u . I'n u th le Ir t ALu~ert lc : 1 Iitt1i. 1lt,t~~~ f ll .r, h t ~~"lll2 l. uw in~tthn Atinar. gvr uitlj~. IIItltt1(n %tcret'.ry uf flat Tvrrilury. icD 21-lyl-12&W] a,ýIt %1" I l { : LI, nn .i . 11~11'. , * I) A~sg 'l`!`(N tim I)IYPvIund c~i~~ itt t~ 121t 1 ha~,llt ('unwr 3df and D lltntrf 2222 Lode City, MONTANA. 2ly OR. HOWARD 0. ONEIL, Pt.ll; 1 .2 l MO\TIALNA. J, VI . ofIh. tint '. ll A ult9 i It1j1lail It 'It 'li, N'toiu &E Y - AT o22r,.. It. 2....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 August 1872

rl. L lmll,, . ..=em ADtIUaltUI ds tM.sUs sVElYrV RATUeMY SatirdAy Moralag. August 4. 1872 1er r l.ef the Used fstte.. U. S. GRANT, or ILJNOIS. eor ie.iresMdet of be Unisst hater HENRY WILSON, O NAS*SACHUUUTT. -John Ritchie is nomlnated to Cogress by the Democrats of the th Maryland District. -Official reports from eighty.four Coon. of North Carolna, give alddwell Republi can, a majty of I,67. -A partyof teoris.s eave been measuring the trees in Big Tree Grove. Californaa. The largest one, "General Grant," meas ured 105 feet 6 inches in ircumfererace. A number were found indicating 100 feet; but they can't fnld anyltig to best Gral . -A gentleman well advised on political matters in Pennsylvania, says Grant will surely carry the state in November although It will require hard work to carry Hartranft through. It is believed that his success or defeat depends upon the poeltion assumed by E4-Governor Curtin on his return. ...... . n .....-c- - BALTIMORE AND LOUIJ. VILLB. bhe political ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 August 1872

.1.,.! loruniinig. AugI.st I, 187.. Iripnrl tpitr. n )Ii:% at ist* Ileer , i o I 1 il l lll Il' I 1 . I i' :. ( '. 1: I . I \ c this 11 r'; PAul tI ... ... ... i Sl . ..i... ...i. I 1. ,i ...... ....L . I . . 1' I-l... .A .'. .... i I'. i,: " .' 11 , I.1t ll -l \ '.1 . A . ,.. . . . . . . . . ::l i . I I tA ! ii 11''4. 1ti t '"1 , ... . .. : !i ; . i i. SI' 111 i:''i. i ii ll til I t' . .1 J i. i i t I l, ' 1 h1.1.: l .11.11 \ , .l, :rlt . " , A,.i ¶It. I. . .l ii t A ll . ... ......... it.)l lnlli'. ,i . . . .... .... . I 1.i 1i 11 .. .. ....... 11De.1-i1. ~ . . 11' If 1!.h 111':11.1 '. iIfi it It , .'ilj lll'iP L., S... . . .. . . . . . . . . .4i 1llllll1 , I, ' ,' : . . .. . · . .. · . l I' I," I.I, , .I , ,. :" 1 1 . " ,i .1 1 ,.'. II: ill I ' . , ,V i i"iii / 'it,. II . ,11 i , :' tll. S I. ill '1 1c 1 t I I i lil',.di I I;.lal'iI i. ilon. i, 1 ··I I v, "" 1 .% --nh'1 " 1" 1 11" .ii-t:i . ir' -it ' 111: til' 1 ' : I , ,, : '*ih, . . i miwl,, tl' I4 i 'i , All. i. I1 :, I ,s " ....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 August 1872

d34, 187$. OCto sI@Do CL a.r br- dupautm n a. reupecatlly gOTES O@ A ?IIP. lhe Masthed Late ad the Sarreuadl-g Ceantry. T BB. W. U. Ier. As stated st week, 1 shall endeavor in this nusber to give a gemeral sumary of my ipressioa of the lathead Lake Country. rcOUcAOeGO rS.TUaraS. It is altogether the best body of land I have seen in the Territory; it is the best soil for cereals and has the finest natuoral growth of grasses. The elevation of this valley is not greater and probably two or three hundred feet lower than the Missoula and Bitter Root valleys. Both the general lay of the counUy, the character of the streams, and the climate, indicate this latter reslt. The climate is exceedingly mild, the height of the mountains, breadth and low elevation of the valley and the con tiguity of the great lake, all contribute to such a result, in spite of its high northern latitude. Experience has proved that wheat, oats, barley, corn, melons and garden vegot. ables generally can be raised her...

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. — 31 August 1872

VOL. 4, No. 9. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, AUGUST 1, 182. WHOLE VOL. 4, No. 9. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, AUGUST 31, 1872. WHOLE No. 165,. e 1kw uloroth.4E tt DEER LODGE, MONTANA. It 171":,4OY "1111'IRTININ(; . I. . 11 .1*º. .1t" i.*1. Net 414 1 ,1t.~ .14.1 a. VI .wt * n~t, : . 444 .11 .1 1 4. .1M9. 1N I .,'1 II*eI .11.1. jiii . 'IiI . .14 tirI 'Vt i tlac. !1. .12 .1G. W··1( . a . .811.. 5 701111 1 If ta (i t2Me. flre.t. . a05. 0I - Ii It, rI inc' react t fl-fu p c I .I iie*e'lufl'. htsecd l umIcl~ r IteI'tltY QI'aIIIC . 511r Lode City. Mon-thena.vele r l' r i trt cI I : 1 Ic'c i (4 w (uI 1" a trn Ifcrc1 rtlotl; M 0 : 11 1ci ;ct i tt ClII to .nd: Itcl i IeIieer 'tt : iu tu'. , ,, i l . ItI u l L e t( 'eelle u IIIn 1~I "I.. !ctticsi,(, il r lleci~rlaeI. rjgn e lun I'll Wliia'lat: la-Ugen-U4 nlt .1 .t Mt1 M 01.1 . II1.OW . . i 1Ofl F.\ - AT- LANN'. cder Lodge Ctl, MI1ontana. D . H . 0.AOE IL, U,, A 1' N E, ANIRMA. \ .1 T. tt. O. C 'NTANA. Ii'lr ý t . t'A1L BA nk,. \ lNlYI. 1l'1"Y. MONSTANcA TERRIl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 August 1872

,a ,. s M ... -- mumu aurdIay NwI ggl, Aupet 31, 1873. U. S. GRANT. r vbmr e6 t ao use Slie HENRY WILSON, -The Aest Om~e w ub p the asmes a eis ey sad hsew. usd le piesmts o Oe?. assNS. M aemsm the tI ews , Ser d l ,dsa d Vice ee --eat -Yhe ae. Joubei eem UN ro. beu.lMding Mu~i it6 be pma up at lottery, for $o00,000, on sal fter te In debteisem I paid Gilmore Is to 'tne v whet i lfts. -Aother plemet was disore t e I9tk last., the 1btth of a grep oeaeleMdl It's peltio is hb. L1 ti. sad ML s thLe rwlrb eseedaee, sad des. 18 mIl sad a of the south declination, with a idrwaw- tamdency. Let her omel -A Mr. Mooreus, anoew New York city, but recently of the Arisosa diamund seld, .rys he can gather a pphe, ubles, diamonds mad other preioue stoes dews there by the bushbel. Who known bs theat we my ail be able to apnt a diamond yer and die haIppy? -The Measeasa of the d eontetls an eloquest tribute to the memeory the Ba. Win. L fcElat, deosased, fo sewve yeans a prominent member of the Virgll...

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. — 31 August 1872

s1turday Morning, Aaugst 31, 1872. *rre'l aned 3 artre of lait at the Deer I, n e Pout O IIIc. -'I- I .sI" r. It. t. 'oals.. aIn C. P. I. R. sA larr 1','- ly. "I .... . ................. .... .N p. r ... ....... . . ....... .. . I . Il.h' ,r.nr,. IIrIl..N. VrN'III AND E*IIr N PA r T ,W M4I*TANA. Arr Dail at ............ p. m. Sl w v.atIw, I'rrra AN Rian Mot"aslr CIrr. Arrive -Ev.' ry allerete day, It............. Sp.-m. I)k l 0 . . a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. m . laI i .nIl Iu.. I'IIILLW.t4 ('AE LI (+1t1. AND Arri.e -K.eKry allborleat day at.... ..... p. m. Derli ...... .... . .........a. a. pll.', Il's. PIOausI. MalorL* . (arAs Cliass lp W&lsA WAA iaA. +rrtf .- I) llIv ........ . . .............. at 7 p. I Ik!',.l. -. " ........... .................. IIa. IN 4I:ERAN AND PaIMCI O(VU.I. ,,,,e,. 1I lkparItwiCO per work, t II nlm .1wrll s rio theo night previous to their ,rr.., r. IIt 1 am . m. to N p. ma. iunday., tlo to Il F:. s. NTACKPOI.I P. M. "l'l + ;Ol ld-- l7d .I 11u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 August 1872

o -a -._ hIa at 31, 1872. QupPSue s 1 ýhe 44 *1fmdis . j 5mm5e mureen bU -E iasb, llateomber. adl s tI e a MNeM a _. "Nt you weon's think it lpertlaenee to sugr a topic, I wish jo wuld give asan maw upoh 'Home Life vres Boirding He!o,' Ianw ld h f, with a few polat ed swniamUt f, ld bee duss the girls to tuoeam ubg their setrl did-at the foot of the omider-Ihey woul be much happier, and riiee owe of the greatest Uidwkess teo ehlss of modest In. comes, em marrsyigg-hsi the nhowl edge we have of the hmrrible lfluence of boardinghoulse life." Here is a Sfie household discovery, to be sure I One would suppose that a few prop. erly pointed sentences from the modest bachelor himself, would be the most effec tual calling to the girls, but It seems that the young men of our day cannot persuade theyoung women to marry them, but must have resource to the Magazines for aid and comfort. This is a "power of thebo Press," which hes as yet not figured largely in newspaper gitoriggtions. I am very ...

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. — 7 September 1872

VOL. 4, No. 10. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SEPT.. 7, 187`3. WHOLE No. 166. ihe w tr Ilerth- Cut, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. It'l.t' i;$l* Al)1 EJITmtIN4.. £ fi iif .E4 I S n r. w· 1 1 . ( o. T............. .144. 14. . i7, $4 $ . it1~l .. 1 1 . 1 b . !1 o. . . Wi 4 TM, . 7a .111. . I!. .1N. .1)1. I . a 34. 14 " . . IV. .15 . . Yt. .01.1 ~L. IM. 40 1( ,11. I. £4.1 . Ao. .54.; 711. 1111111ot " .16 .l.'1. 10. .fl .. .l a. 10.11 1 IL' "''.r ,dit.'IITll: .14)414,itt .yirt.rtly ma slur. Tfrn"'.l"'1 ,4dtrli.lni 54Nlhl41 In lad,'ajw.". ,I,'l V tL4.. nrl As 4001' 4..l., Ilion' thn rrl4.ll. L,,1 .llriu ,m rl fur u, d rol l lur.'.I un 1a J.. 1 1I11 , w 41r11 N1 444'º111 II. ' A rat I ..tlui: I 444 ý'I'I( )UNIY 1- A'.'-LrAWv. c''nl'l1T IIHU4'K Ntll'AKK, Deer Lodge City, Montana. A''"l''O t"NI1: AT LAW\. * iii IP. IN THEi WIIITI.AT4.H ItlIIS.wN'4. 111 ' 1. - MONTANA. JAMES E:. l'AILLAAVnT, t1l.i l~INI CITY. MONTANA TKE(ITORLY. .NII' l .r l Iam , f Ie i le pll l ('ut4010 of ItaaurI In Mouala fig .At ;,l' .rlh...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1872

JAs N. .I. ...Mf .X iuo mnai IUsY3e EVERy MATYUIAY aturday emaMi Sept. 7, 1872. gjsr fesideat the Une.4 States U. S. GRANT. or t rrxos. Mg yies.1Fvedmt of the Unotd SItsl HENRY WILSON. or MAUSACEtuSTI5 -The litlr and "Prince" are in Won derland. --A band of hostile svaes pet in an ap peaance oan the bluffs in sight of Port Ben. toS one evening last week. --"dwinton" is the name of the new town at the N. P. R R. crossing of the Klssoun--not Carleton, as heretofore. -How cloonsistent are those Sait Lake onrmorns : destroy a little house of 11 fame and leave a whole big harem go free-"all-e same." -Col. L. B. Church left Helena last Fri. day for the States, whither he goes to as slat In the election of Grant and Wilson. Good luck. -.t i, I. a. . Cu. tave ewuvusel tldr oice In New York to No. a, Fifth Avenue, corner of Ninth street. Personsoorrespond lng with the company should bear this in mind. -We devote much of the inside of this week's paper to telegrams, which, taking thbe Louisvi...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1872

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1872

Satau y, lU sbter 7, 1872. TIC ua L ARIAT. Ba ORION. [rao tm s r.nnmaed Call. "What does that pile of motks mean ?" .'A little distance from that white oak r' "Yes, jot at the break of the bill." "Well, theme i a romantic story oonact ed with tha pile of rook, whih was told me by the eld Padle who sometmes passes a week at the iesion." We were uiding side by aide through the pleasorant valle I the ea Atoniolo District, where the oldest Missloa i Msmterey coun. ty i establihed. My compaison was on a lying tour through the sheep districts, to see what stock he could plek up for a new ranch of his, farther north. "I will let you have all the facts the Padre gave me as soon as we arrive at the Mission. We shall rest there for a couple of hours, and there may be a small tap of wine left to wash down the dust of this southern road." "Hleven grant it," said I, as the long adobe church lay but half a mile before us. In ten minutes we drew rein before the arched portal of the Mission, dismou...

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. — 14 September 1872

VOL. 4, No. 11. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SEPT.. 14, 1872. WHOLE No. 167. j -e U i'W Iorth- Wcst, DEER LODOG, MONTANA. IiATh s OF ADVEiTI"iSIN(;. - Nyb r tee .. o t SH . Na . .r .11 . 'i.1 in 1.,io lins I 7. to.!. lilt '. .N .. l. mViOlti!1 1," . 11. .1• 5 , W ..l I.i.. i.0 7 I .11. .1 I r. Ii. .14.1.11. SI 111 S. 1 . .11.. Ii.l...e . T' . l il e'nar .11I .S .i_. 1___1z .. 1 . .11 . . . 1Wi'l " ndu rtiit ll ;)a'lall llm quarterly an due. Trn.lrllu' alcdi-rlluL' pnalraiin advm.cr. aIlr.a.I ira. ailn:ar (nat. mcre tlhla reialar cit. a lllT tI't e l l. R ,'-I" Doo r iclhLod .uiti.tdig tioalo lines A'll--'< NICY AT LAW. i II ( i ll- I i .l l We sN a n15aaa..o .l ~t. 11tk. i U a - MOlir TANA.v. J.IdMEN E. t'AItAW.4Y, A'1"1' I tN i' 1":5L4 A'l" ')O NI.'Y - AT-LAW . C(tl'RT I1iJ;E I! QUARK, Door Lodge City, Montana. A '1"1't I i N P' Y AT LA W. (it'l itI. IN Tir. !tTIt.ATCllII IJi aLitl , tlll tI:NA. MONTANA. JIME, E. ('AILAWAT A'I"'() I )N IE:Y - AT - LAW V ii; N IA ('ITY, MoNTANA TERRITORY...

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. — 14 September 1872

-a-trt- a~t JAS. I. MILLS, -- . DIeOaI AND PUtBLLBs alsUImD lvslr ATUODAY Saturday Mermblg Sept 14. 1872. FPr Prediet o the UVmied State U. 8. GRANT, Or ILLINOIS. For Vie.FPrsdeeut of the UUed i .ate HENRY WILSON. Or MAISACuI.USTTI -Has anybody hard anything "drap," lately? See Maine news. • --.- ---0 e4B.e .... -As will be seen in the paper to-day, It is reported that Capt. Sam Hart died on the way home last month. The Capt. has many warm friends in the Territory, who will be sorry to learn this sad news. We are in hopes there is some mistake about it, for by this time his friends here enkld have received the news direct. --"Coming events," &c. An estimate has been made of the number of Grant and Greeley hats turned out at the various man ufactories in the East, and it is found that there have been 800,000 of the Greeley pat tern shipped, and no orders in, while over 3.000,000 have been sold of the Grant style and orders to fill for 500,000 more. Many of the white hats shipped ...

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