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

, . " VOLUME 1. DEER LOD. ( TY, :ONTApRNA~D ERIDAY, DECEMBER 3, i869. NUMBERB POET'R Y. Cosmos. The dlud of vielon from the mountaln's bight, The desst wide. the empire of the deep bSrth and her jouey round the throne of light, The ourose of planet and the come's klep The starry heavens with their stpendous sweep Are bounded all-but fancy fails to trce Beyond all wotlds, whore void and dchas sleep Thy utmost veie sand Ils restlng.plae L'almsed, all4boaadm g. uevertlleug Spul. The faroff epoe of eartioo's dawn, The far-of period of creatiom's doom, Are bonded. too-but coutle age s gos, When sean. re wrapt In wltndngeheetsb o gloom Wove by the shuttles of thy tireles loom, Ther shalt remain as ever In thy prime; Te usolvesr eoutains for thee no tomb; Unfathomable, ludnite, sublime, Eternal age of God, ob I novernding Time. Infinite wisdom, and ladalte thought, Conceived the grandeur of the earth and sky; lonfia power4voked the wods from a ht, Rolled out their orbs and ixed their desti...

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. — 3 December 1869

" NEW NORTII- WEST. swui.- U. 31.,. . »1 mss- O y t> -DAIT, DWC. $ Tb. rtei fftom Ut Olw *a ýsb. V" to day, and eaislsg that t 4he u..ub .Et N ~ Wea Twinesieetl teiN pm belyu7snge Ite opeatloms bprS the el e, r i,., .f treea maW i(luimport. TLh 4wdeiia of s lb rsaspormead would bam. vatG Vfrsu. stamadommeus .1 the 4rie Ifet I lesi kern beet thme praesoral bee4 of ai Otl4ow. Is was the aiuderimes for heirs ifa.'6 Sweram rrWhatever petat thu'y Slb end thues became the dlseluing pi" lir the entiro Territory. To Ibis fc he owes more of hwr ruwld emmmneamwl growtb. mposlrtace and pemasleeqo,,tbea she doss to Lest Chu... gold, for Alder woo uiser of the two, sal VlrgaitnelhagdepftameJ, although Alder #kldts, prmume. as mac gý ei Last awe. Whtwfillbsuetre sell of tlis divnuloe of fel tut ? IRena d6 Del dieepy a !favomle geogreplhihl pi .14kmd -. duubeileg point for railroad fhegglt. On Ike other band eke bee ain 4u tmlted withuim pistol eLot rduse. two. .Ib1Mr of the Asukies sad mmlatba...

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. — 3 December 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. DOW WDGEl CITY, FRIDAY, DEC... THE NEW NO3I'-E.WT ALNKANAC. W ATJIONS 7O3 DZC'ZIIXBF flew ooun ........ a ... da b. It m Nor. 7rsnta9wr....... b day....... Ih. 41 a. Due. Full Mon, ........18th dad...... 4h.90 im. Eve. Ls.t Qarer........9 b d sy....... 7 b. 4in. Eve. WI'N WL'UN MOON Von mtN wrn. niece. ra15. pti's FR IDAI'. 7.. 4 4.16 SATIWAY.... ... 4 7.16 4.16 .44 SUNIDAY. ....... It 7 6 4.16 6.40 MONDAY .. 6 7.917 4.15 7.50 TUESDAY,.......... 7 7.11 4.16 1.41 WKV)'AKI4IAY......... N 7.'0 4.15 945 TIWMIIDAY.......... III 7.1 4 1 10.45 IIRONOLOGICAL. Drc. 8. 16M. Connfcentmce Cki Dicovered. Dec. 4, 1867, Wa. Iitm shut F.ik Meeom at fain titn. Dee. 5564.19 t'.'n of U. Coast, beghat) lr' iuile lihy. Dcc. 4 1001, Hel1. Lyc..um (nwuIasd. 3JETLOROWO1ICAL RECOIID. £LT1TW 11 46 a40 m aLONOwunu I19046 an. ALTt'DIu 4.140 fect. lS 7& m1 r P n NAv'ON 33A31. 1(ovl~l IN: 31 313 s4* onudy, ind WI pi 411 V11 9% , and ste "" 27U 91 ! d Y4 too, '" an cl Die 1 i j";B 31 .Ii," ?4...

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 December 1869

NEW NQRTW - WEST. DiEg LODEl CITY, FIIDAA, DEC. 8. It it to b.e oped that none mut t in sound bealth will be sent to Congress, for It costs a great deal to get a member home if be should happen to die in Washington. The hilow tles ib ablpi ptd to lbs bew geant-at Arms of the House for transport Ing the body of a deceasod member from Washingoon to Easton, It Penasylth ci a m iJlk hirm, sltaos Im sreat emlas ad aranglsg for the f Serat of ts Saose od Be avas, p 50 and Sestte ae4 $ black silk aeshes for eemmlitteet ar saomgeuse " 00 Or dose kid gleves 5 s dozea kId gloes . db I dosa kd iglovres 0a 1 dosea kid gloves OA s0 ealk crkpe snl8 30 00 Trvalof elamessnger to 1ew Tok iad teurM 4 00 Backs tocarry esorts and rends to tbhe depet ieoo rae and espea.. of escort adt tlmtal from Wuaslnton, D. C.. to lEseon, Pa. Mi 03 otel Will and laskcs of Eseo, na. O m Fae and espenses on returs to Waudi two e1ssgrs, from Washinaton to " seti seurn o r atse, s ' 981* Total s,1i s The fee system, it a...

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. — 10 December 1869

.,1r ,ý j 1. l°:d !t. fr n rl wu + q L t. rte 11bE 4 1 j 1 ='7`tk; I a Y t r++i` i 'n --fi ! .+ i[ . ,II ,:1 .i . a Yiý ru .J* ba'Jd:J t hýJý ý + k 6u, I t;I t hl ,IIt ti`J; PC ETI? Y. Stsca r~r*ls C. Wrup:p Thi.i I- t~i5' itia,5 tha lit Vsnssa'a* busilt! A Wa'sudaIai tsl wraak It 'sarm to~ build it! Thec wall. .if Issue.r. tlhea cu.lln's' ilt, And fl.aita·is .ttas"'c sal" the Malt that ht*dd ii1 'ill, i theu limy oil: Eric Ifli. '1'h it it. ' iea Nyail that It Issn.,at1 Andl 11-i1 1110a Dl W 4118 tbawuraI0 the, Cal Ths;at "*uruerrd" the is~i and lkillud It. er.': tlq4bg* *~sWctli'tt+4*lrcSuefl 1 i.ss:su a:, b 'sills 4'ssar as~t king; At 1j.4.. t. l-,ussaa one kiii lutu tang, sssaa rpwi ttt~trl .,·ii tint h4.«trlnld IIse fflu dý: AnIdi 'a''l v lali fit h lin Ih a housse so hI',1 It -4 ml Dai46 t Ioiuuhl ,bdg..ltst(J Iili!. S Nl,:ol'r torcsrr (41 linlK'. Pi srphruas' hsta :I t ihti' utll,, of msark, .14k"" Ibassl~ipsiaj lieanl i Ii the Ark, Tens (slees tiassaasesi",:4' quisckly thea ...

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. — 10 December 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. ra. IE. Atl . * . EIto_. It"t LeblGE CITI, RIBDAT, 8DW,. I. Tr.e aw.atersa M'iesse. rIt one oAcle. m, oy.XIoda.Pa= dent Grant pibpitted hi. Lut aseau l ]Les uage Wo Congress. " Opinions.ditfer a to Its ehkriater. T i N. T l'tIrad says. " tis the weaktst," ad' the Triune says. "ffis one of'lbe wisest and most judlclou ever submitted t'" Congress.' Men genemally wl mse it as the Knights did the shield, in 4lifereat colors,. as they oeeupy different political positions. It has no particular bobby. It is tonperateand paclic through eat. It is cslked "non-committal," and 4gaija "Quixotic" osn tuhs ad Finances. *'ewiuig OGut's Penchant for quietly hanking positions, but when brought to begle, his determined bull-dog tenacity of purpose, one can see l s message the purpose to lead the nation spoeedily and peacefully, AUi way, to a stronger, safer A. ancial and iMwlitical position. He evident ly wants no war with Coneress. But if Congress cros thih pu;pos Grant is likely to...

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. — 10 December 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. *EUI WI CE CITY, FRIDAY, DEC. 10. TUE NEW NORTR.# t.T ALMA4AC. LL'?ATIONA VOlt DE(EMBIIF New slums ...... ::NI ds ... 3 I. 1 mII m un ',iasaeW ... .. 1tIh day...... i. 41u a. Eve. Feill ? t ........sthi dn3....... 4 h. 15 m. Eve. leiet 5d f ........ Itch day....... 7 I. 4 m. Eve. 1? 15. To: M51LK n15103. $"El. o3711 lip Iº'lrl,. . ........... Its 7!t1 .15 1.41 11 .::3 4.1.% morne U', 784 4.13 41.51 MISNIPAY ............ 1t 7.T 4.1 it 'rr's.riJAI', ....::.': J tNIc 414 WtI,.leNva il./ .... 1 ?I' 4.16 .1.5 i'rllc'l'UIA' ........ 16 t7.37 434 . 4 ! ('flli %0L01j lc'.L.ý - 1cc. 14, 15.. FlevI T lret' le I'Iigteela ope'tSd. It's'. It, 1 1 'hirs Lt lojlsuteee csiesscmtd st Ban eslcs. We. 14 11eJ. Three men killedl en Cave (Istaso. MEYTh;OROLOOI1CAL RECl'OIT. LIa'111'513441 C 40It WJTL1rcGTL 111'= 11 M. 1I"- 7 "M ' t"_ l s' C rev~ c s nrvw.esu.l. Eked c a IN. 460 1t1 :143 (Io~ads'. R wsed 4 1 1 4l 7.t :11 ' .. :ei'j . 1I 1* Pit 11', *' Wied cem t. : 21sa :3 ::'l s 1.'r ril...

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. — 10 December 1869

.W LOD4A&OL T, FýrE-aI ta Som tae gj. It is dte of tile o&(dest flYltt ik diff.rene between ~.i.(,, F U'lpaP i #iwt woman has hto First iove. The long alphabet of her beginning: she mounts by insensible grsad toesM from dlqs aid kittens and pet broth ers to the lenith of passion, to deseend ly the mane Insensible gradationk from the ue nith of passion through pet brothers to tab. by cats. Thene is no such event as a first kiss forms in a lay's life to murk for we r uylpt thy nrit a fangs t /rjhp a?'d. Scen tnaturity of passlCiq she has been kiss ing andi purritn arnd foklhng' and petting from her eradlle, '~id she will pet and fon die and purr amnd kiss ft. Ilgrave. Lord. Ie the fechnical sense of tle*rwrd, is with * her little more than an intensifying of her nordfinMrl life. : Th6t is eneaw pisat.e, but the colors are for a while a Uittl9 heighten ed and the tone raised. k'resently the viv Slines of coxlor w ll fhle again, and the coal aRI qY pt-yp MttCqp, med tlserpuseloa...

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 December 1869

'TI -'d :1ý.41 ' -,.,T "ý~LJU * C.TYýý`,~ r ..,;,I+ BEzw 17ytr:+ J~9 .~ ý~- U ~ E POETRY. IIEU LETTER. (From the Overland Monthly, Deombeer.1 lin witting aole by the ire, Pee jusL so J came 1p o the dawe, in a rotue even eou would admire It om a well themId in Premee; in txiwdiamoned out of all reason, My hair is done up in a cue: In ahort, 'ir, 'the belle of the season" lit weatlag an bour on you. A doyen engagements I've broken; I leot in the midst of a set; 1.ikewise a proposal. halt spokes, That waits--ont the stairs-for me yet. They say te'll be rich-whoe be grow. up And then he adorer me indeed. AMd you. air-are tarning yourre.ep, Three thousand mites o-e. ysou read. " And how do I like my position ?" " And what do I think of New York?" And now, my higher ambuition, With whom do I waite. dirt. or talk! '" And lent It nice to have rhelse, And diamonds and ilks, and all that t"' " And aren't It a chabge to the ditches And tunnele of Poverty Flat r Wit 1, Ye4.-If you saw us out d...

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. — 17 December 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. J.... U. .li., " . . mat., asb mieamum. DEER OSA38 CITY, FRIDAT, DUR.17. J*4& r. 48HLFY REMOVED. 11Vm teo assene Dee. 17.1, WASEIr@TON, Dec. 16. 16e. E osteaGAZMMs: Ashley remwed: Geen seal thus of Obio, nominated: conlrmation netsin. [low are you Barkley sad Rodgers ? JANas )t. CAVAxAcO. THE LEGIRLA T7TR tFrom the Herl&t Dee 14.) [SPECIAL TO TIES HEhALD.] VIRGINIA CITY, De.. 16.-The following resolution passed the louse this morning : Resolved by this Doume, the Council con. curring, that the leilsiltive Assembly do adjourn sine die on Friday, the 24th inst., at the hour of 8 uoclock p. in. BOS 0WELL THE DRY ORE SEPARATOR. Mr. Cote Szaders, who was in Deer Lodge Wednesday, an his return to Philipsburg from California, has favored us with some IV ns concerning the new process by which he proposes working the ores of his Flint Creek property. This profess differs, radi cnlly, from any heretofore Introduced in Monnwtena, and we know all innovations are regard...

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 December 1869

NEW. SOIITH -WEST. DEARp oDuB UTT, fIDAT, DEG 17. TIE NEW NOTM.WF*T ALNtKAC LW~eAVIOTE F IoS D3(1SW"h tNew M'oon ...... !1 day ...3 .11.im Ndor. Vrlswt naaber...1019 any. 3 h. 41 m. Eve. Yell Mean, ..."V~h dal ....... 10im. Eve. "atglute ..... 2thday.... Z h. 4gm. Eve. -;-_-------- - -- se _.LN;1 -moori rv.q vun W~r~r. alas,. .tT . -T AR D Y~ 7.3R1 4.16 61 6AT Afl....... .. t 7.ºav 4.16 .l... i4l:.itA V 1e 7.835 4.11 I5.14 )IOtº1)A~ .... 9 7 40 4.17 611 1 T IYF . $D A 1, ........: 740 4.1$4 .1 3 7.41 4.101 eg1g '1'iItlr+t$AY..........lIs 7.41 4.19 194 w~ I1ILONOLOt,ICle~. - Pie, 1$ 1uIN Cleo. fvu.. CJ.rn. Rl fisu sa ad L[inx Dee. 11, 1994, Jim Walters. atlas Staley, shot near Sterlingt. lPe'. 21. 16611. (leo. Ive. hung~ Mt Nevada. N ETEORtOLOGICAL RECORD. &L~nrrba 468411in 1.oWEMV1)3 113040 a. ALTI1I'VZS 4.210 le.t. 16695 7 £ 111 P ill p N1Av'.; nrENASKC. "" 3I 10 44: :n ::1 31 , Si. y Swind 11 0 Cear a d c.lm i~si .1 44 1 :sp, y W fwlnd 101l 1 to1 29 I IS asd eilmn W;ea kly avr...

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. — 17 December 1869

EWEYONIE- tWES'T. DEER LOIWE CIT, SRWHA, DEC.17. Washingtons Weddtng. (Fros Apg~stm's5 .eaIl.. It is now some years since I visited a ven erableediflce intimately connected with the life of a great man-old St. Peter's Church, In New Keqt county, Virginia, where Wash. lpgton was married. Let us leave for a moment the bustle, tur moll and "rush" of the Iron Age, and go back to the last eentury, when life was more deliberate, solid, and picturesque. The old church of which I speak takes you easily back, as you gaze at it; and there is the added interest of its association with the nuptials of Washington. Old St. Peter's was built as far back as the year 1703, and is a long, low building, of "sun dried brick," brought over from England, as was then the habit, with a steep roof, and walls enibrowned by age. A rquare tower rises above the open vestibule, on a level with the ground, and hI this tower is the very room, to which you ascend by a lofty flight of ancient and creaking steps. Cro...

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. — 24 December 1869

sA: ýt)r K,* d .Li 0w.;s~E &" a !s1 e!.^. 4ý '" p i *dtf i&Fý it!i 3:- mt POETRY. CHRISTMAS. One night, "No wJyehegha*tswaia. Their fleecy charge attended, A liglt bameqer Judea's plain.,, , 'l a Unutterably splendid. F'ar In or.tie d an* cy orient, A star unknowa in st/ " e Arose to dood Ee prpmeqg 'With more tied" moraiolttly.. ' t'he dA eri ing ssetdaesss, eat so 1ort.osygtI esmsag, %Vasaed. when its sodden spitae bMn - Upton their pater bssamtla And Helaven drew nearer'Earth that night Flung wide ito perir poemhs uset forts twm ail Iti realms of tligl Its radiant immortals.: And w the dr way shepherds there W ttb4 stitl'aptesidtgytp . ' Yet earth on this f1iWra'oli esi No jubilee was keeping; She la#. amlbl ietherof the light, In silent beauty sleeping. No rdre redi brikhtt db!hdna l And stateliest archangels Sympheiistar slrg oa&h 'ehetl Ihya& Proclaim so sweet evangel.: No more appear that starat eve, Though dlimpsee pshs dlory Are seen ny t hose who still beli...

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 December 1869

NEW NORTH -WEST. Jet.. H. XU1g., DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, DEC. S4. carersAIs. Whierever asround ndoh h t th~rfst the Rcdeemerha beef whtsp~~ the ears of Faith, his nativity 5s celebrated. Por 1500 years, the 25th of December has been recognized as thi anniversary d and from the roeigous ceremony of the .auu0 Christ, comes the Christmas holiday--a 41y of festive mirth throughout the world. To morrow, will the yule-log glow, the mistle - toe and holly deck the walla, the ChristmasT 'Tree hang heavy with joyous gifts, the ov ens of the universe send up the incense of fatness, and egg-nogg befuddle half of hu manity. So does the evil that is is man en grafte itself upon even th-t which is purest, and holiest. As we celebrate this day, lt the memory of 8.m who was humble, though the Great ,King's Son, who rebuked the uncharitable, who gave even his life for man, and who bequeathed as the last, this now and best commandment, "Lova oNE AxoTUEs," be with us to our good, sad to all our enemi...

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. — 24 December 1869

333 LobbB *3 1T" i~ b .-2 1133 dZ 94 r ".fTU US adsin 24 I" i - 13 1 0 5 ~od W emial. K elyaverng' h83(' s *061aat4 Inches of mwo n t e yi1r-se Lao4 ft o~k .ha*Iu.4i LOCAL NEWS. Catholic Soevice.in ON CHRISTMAS DAY, DEC. SKM. Rellgious ervictes will he heM as to"; At A. s., First Mass. At s ". D , $seoed 'ase r At 10}6, A. a., Third Mass. The CedarCreek !imes.-On Tuesday we -interviewed" Mr. Chas. Casson, of French town, Missoula Coutaty. The topic war "Cedar Creek." He has been thera ere is the result: TURIa LOCATION. First: they are is In the Co4er' AlenA range, as reported, but .-i the Bitter Rool ange. The Cover d' Alene Mountains. are 00 miles distant. It is 74 miles from Mis soula to Louisville-the new town. You follow the Mulian road 81 miles beyond Missoula, turn to the left, cross the Bitter Root River, sad thence up Cedar CGsek: The lsst 15 miles is a traiL It is not a bad one, and a wagon road can be eaily made. There are no hills of, consequence. Sevev miles above the mo...

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. — 24 December 1869

NEW NORTHI' WEST. b31st L6I6U dtt, ?3Ial'i, DEC. 14 Sea of GaWet. Fron Mark Twaia's Isasesats Abresi. During luncheon the pilgrim enthusiasts of our party, who had been so light hearted and happy ever since they togeiuei holy ground that they did little lbut atte*tIucohe rent rhapsodies, could scarcely eat, so ansi ous were they to." tkq *sbipp ng" a4 still in every vessel upon the waters that had bMrne the persons of the Apostles. Their anxiety grew and thdr exelst aent augment ed with every fleeting moment, until my fears were aroused, and I began to have misgivingy glut, in their ppamst c9gidtipn, they might break recklessly loose from ill contiderati ns of p.rudence, *at buy a whole iAct of ships to sail in, Instead of hiring a single one for an hour as quiet folk are wont to do. I trembled to thi.ik of the ruined purses this day's performances might result In. I could not help reflecting be dingly upon the intemperate zeal with which middle-1ged men are spt to surfeit themselve...

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 December 1869

VOLUME1.' .... N.DBE ERJ26J 0 ýýFI POETRY. 1End or Ute Old Year. To night ndozea moeths of joy sad Rarer Of ancient fellowehlps and new disensions, Are left behind no; and the fro.sy air ia Is thick with good Intentions, Ti. well that we chould meet the comina year. Anl what it bringx no. with a boll rellance; That we .haw to sh without a fear A trust %ith no defiance. 'Tis wel-.nicn all humanity most bwave TI.. dotst.tf. norvent of Times. mighty river To turnw o.trtetlve's uon its yawning wave Wiathtt u0e craven shiver. Towilght we end fne chapter of a book Frum evry page some aelghty moral gleaning; And when the .t 4y closes, lie may look To find the Athusr's eaning. Slaut *A'n1on V. )arried people wJil plea; readt as written; single ntes cau tead tIh 4 Unliae, pad thSa third, and theft the s,'v"ned. and finally the tonut b line la each verse. Tiat mna mutt I ad a happy lIfe, Who's freed from on etreponlal chalas, Who is diret ted by hib wife I+ sure to suter fur iat pales. Adilao...

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. — 31 December 1869

NEW NORTH - WEST. Jae. II. )Zbul. . Editor AND PSilsEgU. DEER 3LOJNt CITY, FRIPAY, DEC. $1. Tnu New Nosyu-Wse --,7i all Pi pi Greeling: A Happy Now Year and many returns. . 't * . PETITION For WI'rtWakly Nall Service la Moateas. the fofo' ithg petitiba, aceompedtled by acermatety drawn maps, showlibg on dne the routes for mail service as now advertised by the Department, and, on the other, the routes as they should be establiRhed to give uq efficient. speedy and economical mail fa cilities in Montana, has been prepared by the Committee appointed at a meeting of Cutinmns, and is submitted fbr signatures. They have been prepared with great care, and reach every point of servtco contempla ted in the Department advertisement with little more than half the number of miles to ie traversed. These petitions will be sup plied to all the west-side Camps, and wIll, we trust, be signed quickly and returned to Mr. Granville Stuart for transmittal to the ithe -sties at Washington. 2b tie Honorabl...

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. — 31 December 1869

E W NORTTIL-WEST. ERR LAMD)E CITY, ERI<DAr, DEC. t1. 3I5agT aP(p(.IVAL' Uo D., TTIIJLs4I -4um tA1iITUV311504011L At rtrrrn/t 4.340 (Oct . 7* sA ir snr9 ill AVOGE SIExARKa. +a 4t as a~s 3l=1 $7 . lendy. and cdalm " ra S t.; m1 ~j1 Cloudy. ac ph p now * :1VI .1 al IM * U M YwVdelal a 1:, :IN :3 s t rsº' , ý * ,ow 24 j a i i9'5 ., andt cnim "athIthit snow ¬ u rnge r'..( U. S. LoAit.N1~VS. Don't torget the Carrier. He will make jib calls this morning. It 1s customary with new ea eru ei the. ir~t day of th.* year to give an irtele. de. aillng the progress and devehlpments of the csality in which they arc issued, during the year past.' -WAf had intended to do this, but the frt that this Aissue 1so,1 the last day of, theold year, and, another, that the duties " i4 pi 'asures of the week have not been propititins circumstlances for collecting sta ti.tjie. :t'" offered as an . sywlou, ic reason. rT swumarkt : Deer Lodge and Missoula cnrEmices have not had a prosperous seasasi, owing entir...

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. — 31 December 1869

NEW NORTH- WEST. DEli twggE CITY, FRIDAY, DEC. $I. A "Corner" on Cedar Creek. The Cedar rol Mimssee. To ies nworon or Tas Now Noen Wans: Sts:-I left Pilgrim Bar, Pike's Peak, Dec. 6th. I was calm. The quiet of winter bal shrouded the camp. I visited Philipebtrg* It too, was quiet, save the overheaulig of the mill. In Henderson Gulch, a few ml nen were stripping and drifting. Left Henderson feeling calm and cool as usual. At the toll bridge, the lady of the house, told me of a stampede toward Missoula. I mounted and that night stopped at New man's. There I met Carroll, who had been to the mines and was going to Bear. Be reported big things on Cedar. I wais, per hap., not so cool or so calm. These things disturb one's nerves. Mr. and Mrs. Newman and myself rode in company to Misoula, they to attend the Dana House Ball. Mis soula was in an uproar. Everyone seemed crazy. There was infection In the air. The Cedar Creek fever was raglag. Mrs. Dana was busily preparing for the ball; her "g...

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