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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 29 October 1869

THE_ NDEW N OR OTH ti'()IM[ 1.% DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1869 UBI 7 jOET1tY. Issedifin Mhunarnea* £5o.U TUE WsttSITAIUB. The fullowing Wll! written some yeaCstineeby a gen j,.risasasu n is re-i.li.nt lof Maontaws. The author, in trasanattlfinL' ait c L to the NEsw NuswmsWst, says: . 1.u innneurtla the .n'it) u all pmm1tsm'ta.ter by osce (5'ainrca; 5Hut gul 'muold not publish the tbush .,t *igin.l gw'etrli.' asd untis hsture might as ; a use their f.lru ap.' fen t tell mt this is not ~stt I know It I iit' well. It it passes for fair vers tom,0. I as:att . I us' utour grad Isndlan Mum. + , ml it' leonsss.l'r neid mi re rateful than In the l .m 5 ;. -~ (hunning that I do nismiah atse ge'stula . ,II tr 1.4l t' it asuro words." Well. we euspei'sd tlist rn sol 14. .-ire Thi. h:su fie tisntermn lad fe'Icie *,f. (pO I* :tdssl it has the allow of Antmnin in it. '., nbr b.- tiii. pur' tiro in him. Wve trust the uS 1.a1 mind will not tarnish by dissse. Comi The days are fu...

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 October 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. Jas. H. 3111b, - - -E astto IREER IADUE CITY, FRIDAT, OC zee. MUR VEY& Walter W. Johnson, Esq., U. S. Deputy Surveyor, was with us two or shred-dajrb this week, having finished his contract for surveys in this county. He paid off and dis chi-gad his party before leaving here. In addition to running the exterior lines for quite a numberof townships, he comple ted the subdivisions of the following: Township 4 North of Range 10 West. 4. 6 9~~4 ". 0" " ". .. .. 10 .. " ". 18 .. The first three townships above naned are situated on Doer Lodge river, above this place, and together with the four townships surveyed by Mr. Johnson last fall, elabrace the greater part of the arable lands in Doer Lodge valley. The last township above rnamed, is situa tod on Hell Gate river, just above the mouth of Flint Creek, and as we learn froes Mr. Joheons, contains some excellent land. We think the citizens of Deer Lodge Valley have great cause to congratulate themselves upon the comp...

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 October 1869

NEW NORTH WEST. DEER LODE CITY, FRIDAY, OCT. ft. THE NEW NYkTI.WE T ALMANAC. LL'RATIONS FOR NOVENBER. New Moo ........ 8d day . ... 4 k. m Eve. PivrtQuarter........ 10th day....... 7k. E5 m. Eve. Pull Moon, ........lath daj .......11 b. 48 m. Eve. Last Quarter ........6th day.......10 b. 44 m. Nor. SUN I UN NOON FoR TRK WaRK. RIs. eNr. . R sUTS 'itl AY. .. RAN11NI 4.41 1 m 4ATURDAY ........... 80 6.88 4.48 0.49 HI'NDAY. ...... ..... 81 6.40 4.47 .0m I (ONDIAY ..... ..Nov. I 6.41 4.45 8.18 W0E4DAY ............ 3 6.48 4.48 4.40 WR1.NV l AY. ...... 8 6.44 4.48 5.50 'FIltMIDAY........... 4 6.45 4.41 * ts CfRONOLOUICAL. Oct r. U1, 1381--Idaho election In Madison, eaDverh'd Jefferson and Galiatin countIes, then a portion of Idaho. Nov. 1, 1IMOS-Ulghland Gold Co. mll started. Nov. 1, 10G-Tulograph completed to Virginia City. The abovedatasre derived from the Mont" Statia tical Almarac. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ALTITLII 46040 m. oWxncsQ n 111040 m, AL.TITrUK 4.110 feet. 1I419 7 A1 P x r Pa AT...

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. — 29 October 1869

333s LOa cmWeA, 49cr. D. !rom thsOwsmai sE.smat. SIdo not think that we ever hnew Ms ea amne. Our ignorance of It emrtaulu never gave as any ocial Imeonvenlence, for at Sandy Bar in 16f4 most men were christen ed anew. Sam timeU these sppellaives were derived from some distinctiveness of dress, as in the case of "Dungaree Jack," or from some peculiarity of habit, as shown in "Saleratus Bill," so called from an undue proportion of that chemical In his daily brad; or from some infelicitous slip, as exhibited In "The Iron Pirate," a mild, In ofensive man, who earned that baleful title by his unfortunate prebunclation of the term "kn pyrites." Perhaps thismay save been the beginning of a rude heraldry. but I am constrained to think that itwas because a man's real name, In that day, rested solely upon his own unsupported statement. "Call yourself Clifford, do you?" Lid Boston, ad dressing a timid new comer with infinite acorn; "hell is full of such CllflordsI" He then introduced the unfo...

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. — 5 November 1869

VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONT NA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1869. NUMBER 18. POETRY. Poesm-Bly Mrs. Stowe. (rPODIIa3 3! OarPaUe 0. 3asn Ian village of New England. at the doslag of the day, Stood a youth of feebl. upect, an opon lbs bread highway; And be wept with so mach fervor, and as wretched did appea, That the Oldtown folks, beholiag. In their pity sea tured new. Soon an old mm of the village, Usnle Teos his hemr ored name Placed a hand upon the seaider of that bmeadag human trame; And, In accents low and kindly as the vole of ae can Askad the stranger why be sorrewed all so bar fta Hearth and Home. Was he mourning that his kindred wee all gpthmsed to the dead ? Was he weeping that his fellows would Net give is work or bread? Was be sad from weary waiting tor the helping head of man? Was the falsehood of a woman what had mais him weak anzdwan t "None of these," the stranger answered, "Made ma what you here behold. I'm not thirsty, nor a-hungered; I'm not weared nor a.cold; But I'm ...

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. — 5 November 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. Jam. II. Mills. " * * .4$S$we* Ma PoUm3ass DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, NOV. L O kA JlINIG CQOISSION*RBA In the Naw NoTe Wass, of September 27, an article was devoted to our Mining Commissioners, in which we suggested that "they had been systematically bilking Mon tana," and proceeded to show wherein they had done so. They are paid to visit and re port upon the Mines o" the West. They have visited other Territories annually for yearw: Not one of them-Taylor, Browne, or Raymond-has visited Montana. That was the basis of the charge, and is is good till the cause is removed. During a tempo rnry absence of the editor, the subject was; very much to our chagrin, virtually closed out, so far as Mr. Taylor was concerned, by the meek acceptance of an explanatory note from Mr. Langford, true enough so far as it went, but strangely forgetful of important points. And now, in the Engineeriag and Hiing J.ournal of October 19, comes "Hos aster W. Raymond, Ph. D., Editor" and Mining Com...

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. — 5 November 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, NOV. 5. THE NEW NORTM-WEi T ALMANAC. LCNATIONS FOR NOVEMBER. 4.ew Moon ........ 8d day . ... 4 b. 5 m Eve. tnisQuarter........10th day....... 7h. M m. Eve. FpU Mount ........18th da) .......11 h. 48 m. Eve. I,31 q~uarter ........96th day.......l lb. 44 m. Nor. sUL suit noon PAa TEr. WERNK stils. SETH. SITU HithAY. ..7. . 5 4.47 4.#1 o el R41(RIAY ...... ... 6 4.48 4.89 7.07 rt'NIIAY. ... . ..... 7 6.49 4.86 8.00 MON.AY .... ....... 6 6.50 4.37 8.54 T'i. "I AY.......... 9 6.61 4.81 9 . W .iiNE i)AY. ...... 10 6.58 4.85 10 57 '3II Iti'li Y ......... II 6.55 4.85 Morn. CIllONOLOGICAL. Nov. 5, lNU1w-Mae ing of old Teoaw Mangers in Helena. Nov. 6, 1654-First Church in Montana dedicated at Virginia City. No. 7, 1801-Lewis and Clark reached the Pacifc. Nov. 11, 156--Masonic Temple at Virginia City coin. pleted. The abovedata are derived from the Montana Stati. tical Alouma11c METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ALTITL 46a 4E4 'it WImLNOTUDB I31040 m. ALTITUWs 4...

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. — 5 November 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, NOT. 5. Importast Iuformafeton for Set fir.: Clear and Coneise Staament of Land Laws and Ridings-How to Proceed Under tMe Preemption and Homested Adts. PREPARED ET CAPT. J. R. M'CLURE, R3I0* TER U. a LAND OFFICR, JtWNCTION CITY, ANSAS. " From the Janction City, Esaess, Calo. For the benefit of settlers on public lands Under the pre-emption and homestead acts, we publish the following rulings and decis ions which must be observed by all persons who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of the above laws: The pro-emption act of September 4th, 2841, provides, that "every person being the the head of a family, or widow, or a single man over the age of twenty-one years, and being a citisen of the United States, or hav ing filed a declaration of Intention to become a citizen, as required by the naturalization laws," is authorized to enter at the Land Ofee, 100 acres of the unappropriated Gov ernment land by complying with the re quirements of 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. — 12 November 1869

THE NEW NORTH-WEST. V.OLUME 1.DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1869. NUMBER 19. POETRY. lonaeparte, Aug. 1 a, 17 ....5 ulumboldt, Sept. 14, 1989. it 7 v01a w3 s W nS sa. a e yet the waralag chimes o. mdaight sound, kS back the emlag lades of the ear, ~ack the swift4hiftlal sass ea I their ros Through aveecore circles of the ewlaglg phee Lo, no yoo slet of the midland se That cleave the storm4loud with its ow reast, The embry, heir of empires yet to be, A mouth-old babe apon its mother's breast Those little hands, that soon shall grow so streag In their rode grap great thrones shall rock atd tall, rees hr soft bosom, while a nursery soe _olds the world's master In its thrall. Look I a new crescent bends Its silver bow; A new.lit star has rsed the eastern sky, Dark! by the river wbee the lldeas blow A waiting hosebeol bhears a inalent's ey. This, too. a conqueror I His the vast domsla, Wider than the widest soeptresbadowsd leads: a.rth and ths welterlng kingdom of the ma...

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. — 12 November 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. JMe Il..-MI lls - - Editor AND trBLamruin EEII IAIDG3 ('ITY, F.1i.1T, NO'.,. 1., INDIAN TIt'A =IJES. l'HEIR OWIECT--'IIE RESULT. Much has bern laid during the last year of the policy of the American Government toward ludiaas. It la conceded by all, that so far that policy haas not worked well-that It Ie. hi fact, a failure. What was the ob sought to be obta!oed by this policy ? The whites sought to engraft by it. their civili zation upo; the Indiar.s. It was thought that by ulloting to them certain regions of cuntry and providing them with the means am'. itmplements for carrying on liusl:andry, they would be induced in tihne to give up their nomadic and hunting life, and natural ly would settle down to fixed homes and become civilized farmers. With character istic American haste. the time all)ted for such a change, if pos:4hi,, has ever been en tirely too short. lo.st of the treaties with the Indians have not been drawn for over twenty or thirty y ai's. It was tlho...

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. — 12 November 1869

nEW1V NO)r11T1h- WEST. D)EEU LOIN:E CTIT, FRIDAY, NOT. 1., THE NEW WMITH.WES T ALMAMAC. I.1'N.\TIOl44 FOIL NOV i;MfBIL )C ýlooN111 , ......* :1l d:iy . ... 4 h. t it Eve. 1r'irltljsutrtr........ Iloilo d::y ....... 7 It. 25 anr. Eve. Fuji Moonn ........ llnli) laS... h.. , . 41 m. Eve. Lurt (ttlirlcr . 6th day....... lIt If. 44 in. Mor. *PI' N4JOON ATIl)\Y .... 1.e. 4.31 1.011 i~l'ýiº.11 . ...... ..... 14 , 11.58 4.l:1 2.5 M4 IN 11.11' . .... ..... ". 1 7.01 4.2,4 :.1r 'ii'I;DL \1. if; 7.51 4.li 4.11 * 7 2 ·I, *..i tI 2I5 '1'llllc'I1-i5 . ..... In 731 4... I J lj i 5!, Notv.1:. 1"515 -Fir~t 'tat.' v?!'rtion in (Sdlltornla. T'II" ,n'".v datct arI derived [roan this Mmntana Stntiw. !1[IF'l4lI' iL(,; L 4' AL. ItEtOiU). ALl ITrI31t 16: 07 Ill l.'fITtlEl~ 1122,10Ma. 1W.4! 7 A M12 P V If P M AvSeir' k01:A3K . NO' .71 Ia:, ;.l:,t :ii, Ebiln 6; IT 6 :17 : :3 N' (wind 1 7 4 .l~u : ii7 N V wind 2 1 21 +I * (1 ainr and calm :1 1:3 :1 i :15; SI yat rein ti it :1+e - º1 ` 7Cm.. N V wind us flue ...

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. — 12 November 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. -E33 LIODiB CITY, FRIDAl , SOY. II. i s *mATTE.. The Preupeetive orm sf tphe eiher aselseiamresd at :llt ems-A Ie-. biaS a' Opiates et 3. (I'he followls later, wratt~ by o tanet ipent gentleman of Butte City. known to the Montana publie a "White Cloud," to a townsmen, we are permitted to use. It is probably the beet description of Seattle yet sent back by the Moataaans who wee be guiled thither las fall. It le. acompauled by an excellent draft of Seattle, which we would be pleased to publish if it were possi ble to have it eagrved.-Eo.) Fazs - -. With this and other lettes written to B.tte, I have endeavored to give fair and impartial idesof this place and surroundings. I came with the determination and hope of finding some business by which I could gain a livelihood by the use of my capital. Its moist climate agrees with me, judging from my baving to use less drugs to force myself Into passible existence. Within easy ccess of fruit, fish and other eatables that can...

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. — 19 November 1869

THE NEW N RTH-WEST. VOLUME 1. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1869. NUMBER 20. POETRY. TIIE VAGADON DLL. (The following to the initial, sad wethiak the best, cf a volume of Poems by J. T. Trewbridge, just Masud biy Field Osgood & Co., Boston. "The Vagabonds," If weretollec taright, appeared a the Ala lN YAJ.A ft March or April, 18M snd attalmn deserved pope tartty. It was consdered saIdantly good to laclude it in the stadard works. Omlttlg the aeceaesea at 'dog" and "Addle," It wouald serve for the autoblogra phy of many a once good fellow in thee mountalse.] We are two travelers, Roger sad I; Boger's my dog-oome betL you Samp; Jump for the gentlUemen, mind your eyl Over the thabe-leek out for the lamp! The nle Is growingl a little old; Five years we've tramp'd through wind sad weather, And sl dept out doors when nights were cold, And ate nad drank, and sarved together. We've learned what comfort is, I ted yoe I A bed en the loor, a bit of resJh, A ire to thaw our ...

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. — 19 November 1869

tr. tl* Milll, " ". -* UdIass aE1R LODGE CITY, FRIDAT, NOV. t1. T'14'r 1.59s IU'tA sUZL tri )t e - rlette il-e . - '.T r ig by .eeli amombeft of the ieglistaws, JtdOi Warre.a a, ymaeaohsslaaed all optitlewn In regprd 'th. ubembl eg +t tie L#,gllatnre n the PFirst Molday of Do. ember tbs. It Is t.o ee y to repro.tbe.. Ttheyrrvie*ribebs hriniof thtesgeeie Act, and the statttes enacted,.-co, tnting 'ielif abtlmsee and spitIit and i hlne to the bey IIes annual sessions were contemplated by the Organ. Act, and add: " If this be tus," " the act of J.iunary tth, 1600, contratvene " the fundamental law, and is inoperatve "and void, and the act of Decetaber 18th, "' 1867, of which it is amendatory, remains " in force, and under it a regula erseion of "the Legislative Assembly can legnitally on. "rene or the first Monday of December "next. * n " f It MHws " from what we have si!d that the session "" will be held under the law. oft Vecctnkbe "(a,tSe. and 'haeae, of aeoume,'o 'proel "i"ation of...

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. — 19 November 1869

NEW NORTH-WEST. DaEE LODE CITY, FRIDAY, NYp. 1. THE NEW NORT-.WEST ALMANAC. LUNATIONS FOR NOVEMBER lew Moon ........ d day . ... 4k. 6m Eve. rstquarter........ 10th day....... 7 b. a s. se. Pall Moon, ........lStb d~ .......4t b.' 4 m. Eve. Le tartewr ...... tb dsy.......0 o. 44 m. U r. SUP suv FOR txn WVER. maim. am-, . ooN ,.......... ... lu -70 05 4.4 ase BAT'IRDIAY....... ... 90 7.06 4.4 I .48 1UNDAY. .....3..... I 7.17 I 4. I 6.9 MONDAY ............ 1 [ 7.08 4.8 | .* t' nDAY ............ 3 7.00 4.31 8.1 WK)DNiDAY. ...... 14 7.11 4.1 914 TI UMI4DAY .......... 15 7.13 I4.10 10.1 METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ALTsITCU 46# 40 m NOIsrrn 1as Is*40 m. ALTrrTL)a 4.10 foet. 1M 'T A X1i P 9 _ P n1 AOI reAmse. Nor13 34= 400 300 34% Cloddy, wind " 18 1, 44 83 8nt " NW wind - I .' r ;- I - -I I 4 "14 1, I37 a .sy " W * " . 1 t . m 3 i r " calm '16 19 99 37 3 " alms " -17 43 49 43, " Sw.Chkiook " *Ij; 8 46 88 89 " S.W Weekly avenge 3 1.7. 6-Oth. of am Inch of rin tell this week. Cloudy every day, w...

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. — 19 November 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. r au, awqr n, u' us 1 i ~ no Csmb. f A. S uaus - im *-e 0s. 19l0dV a.Leudl (GC t ugems3 ,oon oct. o nt La.vaswoaeu, O0T. iNS. Comaleed gsogmapIall, the city of Leavenworth has a caruoles ad significant location; It Is the prePise On of the country. Let those who doubt It "sri the . ap, "as tis.ralled; n a lis from any pos on the Atlaniu mast, y from the city at Portsmouth, New Hampshbe, ams to San INego, on the Phais; then running a line trom theLake of theWood., In the British Possesions, due south to Glvesto ci dty, In Texas, end it witm found that the city of Leavenworth is exactly un d the Intersecton of these two ie, Take a pair of compses, plemewo the divMd on the city of Leavenworth and the other upon San Francsco, aend describe a circle running south, and this interesting fact will be developed; this circle wll Iachade with In Itse cbmferemne the whole of Yexico and the West Indies and paing t.tough Nova Scotia and New Branswick, it wilin clde wry nearly the...

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. — 26 November 1869

- .-p. - * n~r,. ii"aný,it «.r ' "Pa *aru~u *1od.d T3*HSO 1 't~mj 4*d e .t"8' 'Al itoT~frr wý Itzr It l i ' 04UM ,i 1.5 , go t +~o r;^ tfirm us)41 rý DEE UuýMi. L . qu ui T Nd4bOuwa= .,.tr . #ýf , ",>Irt lrwc o2 Y kid uinu ova rzzufDIoY?& Prmd the Cladumasth iameler. There hate been fiftase persons eleeted bj tIme people to the office of President of the United States. Of this number the i lsenm incumbent is the only sprvivor. It is ibyt that Messrsm WMmerti mksnltew Jelaups who were chosen Vico-Presldents. and be came Presidents by tbedeatheffbelrcliefs, Taylw and Lincoln, agilIlp ic. The first President; Geerne # s ,t6n, died while the second PresAdeat wasna e - Oce. The senodand third, Jito Adasis and Thomas Jefferson, deceased wIllp t tedOh President wad in otibe. The fourth PNeuldems, James MsdIei and the Afti, hJawmsssea, espqla4 during the administration of Andrew Jackson. Bet the fifth President jameekunroe, died five yearn bo(ore the aqfia, J n. The sixth President, ...

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. — 26 November 1869

NEW NORTH* WEST. aea.. si. xas.i . . . sam rssums.ta  a3m Lems c0r AeDAJ, aer. Us , a w arc"na L e et ar ISg@ Whm e ar ter a sensema ii'llawae f ts the varioms aI* that he qpeap4l se"emy mteu pressohe Tmultory as tq the puaprity at a lapstadw Aseri thu ster. the olty quwtem oet7 smoas ht hfs afoersfor . oehecip. It is probebe that the is awIa t. the al post uspaumous seatmet of the people 'glmst the propoeitios, which usaelmity of adsnmit has withdraws dte qpeston, as a preoiesl one, from the LeM .1 4paise. If the people gearslty erse eppuelt to am as miss this wineg, there should certainly be belts setaues gives for 1 im se that have yet appeas; hot ase.ousbierestmos of ae tvealemsoe-Io feeas sethig msoil of P EI***ev. msm shoulds I eappelso Seiko ltwusso of the tazweupo, srems opos them the additidsastbuuiaof tasapde smmtlal w defram its .aeemmu epagaerns The dimsasles thus far bas bees diwesitd to th "uef assebg" for such sseslea amd 'S this past a bteS seview will show ast elypt...

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. — 26 November 1869

NEW NcigTn-.WEST. 3 ~ ~ ff E&1)?T 03W , ItW M. TILE NEW I@Rý'"U B'.Wt iJ4A . LUNATIONS 103 NOVRXR3L lew Noos ... a day 4. 4b. in Ee. VIM0ade. huh dyq.... 7 b. N m. Eve. vu., .281k day....1,.Jl.4a la:e. Let Quaaier ......1thday.... 10 h 4m M. or worn vEE WEEKt. 1st. s311. -01 F~DA ......... 715 4.26 11.4 SA1UNDAY... .. !7 !.14 4.16 1.04' SyO NDA AI'.... Sa 1.29 4.1 1.13 TU~A Y........00 7.10 4.17 3.11 WUSIS00i~ AT .be 7.31 4.17 4UO0 THURSDAY.... 7.12 4.17 60.0 XETBROLOGICAL RECORD. £1*11V33400U i.OWMYUDUl0l4d. ALtm ms 4.110 lest. 14o, 14 46 0 41*0 1s 54 50 44 y,.i$s iW at141 47 161". "041 U a $1 t " x swtad =s!i o 12 so 80% " a % N W Iatd Weekly avwam15'. Storug every day but waemot mM 1w 1mm eb~. This mouth, mo amn warmer theaIn t'67 or '6a 1 ibeeve /'W rae ndbp 0 fýabout isb. 11th and 10th be litlatr tanordasr. DmeIt mesa agoodor ~bed LOCALNEWS. WANTED-Daer Lodge Coieaty Wisuaal, for wkkh mesh will be pald. Apply as e~es of Raw #hmu.Wuave. The SteMi.-The severest and most eox t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 November 1869

DIFZe O A One Man Viptlanse Cmmitee. Doet the Dhblin tmweitr Mtye ea. chronicles of the Island of Sicily recorded, or some inventive Interpolator introduced thtdy, whc fuhabneIh l for Monk Lewi's romance of the " Bravo of imelodrama which obtained great success in Dublin at adstabisthed fe 'blstuosle : falme of Iarry JobnsolY ' 'TWh c edt l 4. made into a play the same year by I; W. .El liston from the French. But the story-his bri atý* fabutops, w seteit Easnot1bele which-cime diglnasfl from to 1a, named above. Thus It runs: This self-electd Misaos Is dessc bedust th er as a philosopher nor pbhildsIh5pis of lofty intellectual endowments or position, but as an obscure, industrious mechanic, whose daily drudgery did not prevent him AM bbftiwaketdA wiMen semes fore bhu. He saw, with Indignation, a total a bncý of puicl firtth'*it 19 t4fi& plc: honesty oppftgie&isnd vice rewq ded; the sword of justice turned aside by corrup tpn, aad a want of power or laclindon in the ruling au...

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