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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 August 1874

aiic Aio . orth.*t*·'st. DEER LODCL, MONTANA. 11. . . 2::t :7-- '1 1" 1 .1 ,a t . ~ r. ; ." ir ;c '~ 1. . .11 , ''.1 1. I) . , .55 .I 1 I. 1 2(, I T r T I R1 (1 ~. .f : . i 1: l t] .I, v 0,. 11 .. :`.ta,..rl I , - - I-Montana. ,T .'' -- ", _, . .T , tij i of iot.l.l M ýj i i"iS UNTA NA. - , i :1 t . 1( ' 1 -( . . .- :· ..i . : . .1 (e 2 . -' " ,LT.vso.n & Co", A ill ': ,'1, ,i· ,L aa ; ties o f' th e :·: l ) i)',l i,'.ll 1 ]11 ti .. a "" E lun t. . I- ' I iNNNTON &, WOODY ; I IT:. W.lYi' Al t 'rinei' al Cities oft. e ', Worl . 2A . '1 1 ,',:l , l ,E TO MANET ENTIESI.A I IILENA 1ITIS i I(A'NNN & AVOON l wl to) .i H :a!.' i relato I tl e of p1 1 blic" i " , . - I : : I, I: I i ! \ i I E D ) New an-1 Elegant Brick Hotel Thu bc-t Pnubc EIow.se on the West Side Ex ilit will he i made ftr tt ('nmfort S i - " t I ,t r;, rket Al ,. Al Hi- 31. TrL~ FOt ,11 ITIl .,'..I/i .< ,,)16. L l(/( G5 I ) 1 TS. 01i) 1 ) .1, 1 ,) I'(;0 `.l. - 6~I(.00 A of . tona is i sperc tfl -, soli i?1e...

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. — 22 August 1874

JAS. IL MILLS. - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHIIER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, AUG. 22. 1874. I3l"Subecribers ordering a paper changed from ooe address to another must give name of postoffice to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -The Northern Pacific Company expect their aid bill to be passed by Congress next session. Pass. -The Supreme Court at its recent term appointed J. A. Kanouse, Benton, and W. C. Burcher, Sun River Crossing, U. S. Court Commissioner. -Quite a number of the intensely phi lanthropic papers are condemning Custer's invasion of the Sioux country with an expe dition of U. S. soldier . Whose country is this, anyhow ? --I the uncertainty and gloom the Beecher Investigating Committee seems in capable of clearing up it occurs to us that the whole matter should be referred to Brigham Young. -It was understood until very recently that Henry Ward Beecher and Theo. Tilton were editing the Christian Union and Gold en Age; but latterly they seem to...

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. — 22 August 1874

ýa e au ý ýtir*t t. SATURDIAY, AUG. 22, 1874. Bishop Tuttle Appointments for Montana. -:: X1 1i. ,itllnday i A. M. tilad S 1' li.cH(tkun I' I \ utihttl. P. .3[ J.trf Olt l ('A.v. •2,1 . :e-tda . S .. . M. lnidcr. A2. iTh, i dtay bt H . Po'oindxtItt' 2N, . "tidiv. S P. M. Arie.lit . :,, X III. S, ndal after Trinity, 11 A. : and S p. lita nack. |I' -t trent t.-S-i'"ces t -il e h.-h at the Conrt [ulrs -," r 1 i a. nt. and b It. ll. to-lti lIrw, Rev. .1 l.. I Hussell.ollici..tinq. " ,Itns SetdaV School at the C'uunt 1ouRe at 2X P M1. I; 81t i--li-vies.etrvice iwill he held in the i E. t hit Iih outh, c.rmer of :I3d and D a.rcect, to itliri at I 11 a In. I 7 p. In. lev\. That W lI,, tr- oiliciaiiit:. PIrayer meiting every T'ue.aiay ARIlHI AL S AT SCOTT 110 UE. Finia1, AU+;. 1 I MON1AY, 17TI!. FJ . .:1 h' l. lI,ý )'usur'ir Vi inira1', Poliuelr A New ,i, Yamhill nui, Lon, Lon ou cer l) I a., ila Fhtil s.halir, 'ioneer \\ t'lihl', 1'th T') Jon,. Pioneer -l I ',tri Pah Aaron ho-, Helenat J T...

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. — 22 August 1874

Paradoxes. Water tjrown into a red-hotl metalic vessel does not boil, as we should expect, but quietly gathers itself together, forming a more or less perfect sphere, and in that condition floats about gracefully on the hot surface as it slowly evaporates away. If at the same time a very vaporizable sub stance, as liquid sulphurous acid, is thrown in, the water may actually be frozen in the red-hot vessel. Water Loiled in a glass flask until the upper part of the vessel is filled with steam, and then dexterously corked, before air can gain admission, and then placed in cold water, recommences to boil. The boiling is produced by cold instead of heat, and the experiment is known by the ordinary paradox. If steam from water boiling at 212 degrees is passsed into a solution of water, the temperature of the solution steadily rises, passing 212 degrees, reaches the boiling point of the solution, and final ly the latter also boils at a temperature as high and even higher than 250 degrees, ...

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. — 29 August 1874

ýchr aoprth-Wat. DEER LODCE, MONTANA. IlA'TES OP ADVERTISING. 1 rm . 2. 3:Ij g5.I $7I $8. ¢i0. 3 t r0 . , . 8.'.10. .14..12. .25. 2 54 3 "" .... 9. .1" . .22 30. .50. t1 4 g" It 30N25Ii. 1.50. 751"1700 l Yor .i1 . .25. .40. .55.1.70. .90.:'it)250 f; "iiui adv rtieiin payable quarterly as due Tran ient advekriiing payable in advance. pe i'l Notices ari 50 per cent. more than regular Locil advertieiiunz 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cent+I er line for each eucceeding insertion; lines oust"1 in Nonluoeoil measure. Job Work payable on delivery. l* 1.' O :j! 410NAla U-Alt)l). .1 F. SANDERS, \T R)IZNEY AT LAW. I eiiiE IN TuC Wm ).ATCII BuILuINa, IL*EN I - MONTANA. I'I yrieianess a:1nd. t6uvrgeons. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., 1'1 ysi clan and Murge on, ita r : -AIN STREET, DEER LODGE, M ioor to fiienbnrg & Bro's. Meat Market. OItlic- hnuLS from 9 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 6 P. x. CHAD. F. MUSSIGaROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. iiilui'AliLYi. AT THE Mii ftiRNEY HOUSE, Deer Lodge - - - -...

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 August 1874

gA& It MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1874. $7 Subscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must gie. name of poutoffee to hsich it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -Wonder why Mount Powell is so bald and bare when there is so much 'air restor ative there. -Custer's expedition has been interview ing "One Stab," a Sioux chief, who says the Bozeman expedition last spring killed ten and wounded sdven Indians. -Rev. Dr. Bacon, being interviewed, discloses the curious fact that " Adultery is not a crime against the laws of New York. It is simply a civil injury to the husband." What kind of an injury is it to the wife uncivil ? -The Pennsylvania Central Railroad Company now runs an express train from New York city to Pittsburg-444 miles-in eleven hours, including three stoppages. This is nearly at the rate of 1,000 miles a day. This is the age of Speed. -J. Proctor Knott is the Democratic nominee f...

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 August 1874

SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1874. ,rrinal and Departure of Malls atthe Deer Lodi1( Post Oflice. -o - \i , ill al rive and depart as follows until further 1 NION P. It. It.. CORINNE, AND C. P. H. I.. SILVER Bow, DiviDE, DAIIlING AND WATsON. Arriv*- Daily,at.... . . ............. .......6 p. in Spart- .. . ..... . .... 3a. in BL3A' KFnOT CITY, IHELENA & EASTERN MONTANA. A rice-Daily, at............ p. in. SDaily at.... 0a. in. 13uTTE AND RED MOUNTAIN CITY. l ace-Tuesdays and Flidays at.......... 6 p. in. 1) 1.u t --Mondays & Thurdsyo at........... 3 . in. o :rrEl1'I' PIHIILLIPSaURI CAELE CITY. BEAR, AND Y REKA. A ;'. -Itndays and Fridays at... 7....T p. in. 1)p -t Tuesdays . Saturdays at.. ... . in. I lEAK, PIONEER MISSOULA, CEDAR CREEK AND WVALLA NYALLA. Win- Mondays, Wednesdays . Fridays at 7 p. in. iart-TIucsdal s, Thursdays . Saturdays at3 a. In. GLRMAN AND FIIENCII GULCH. --Hoindays and Fridays at........ 6 p. in. I, ~ t-luý -dayo aid Saturdays at ...... 3 in. .-Ali mails will clo...

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. — 29 August 1874

Supreme Court of the United States. No. 189.-October Term, 1878. James Hornbuckle and 1 In Error to the Samuel Marshall, Plain- g Supreme tiffs in Error, Court of the vs. Territory John Toombs. of Montana. Mr. Justice Bradley delivered the opin ion in Court. This was an action brought by Toombs, the defendant in error, against the plain tiffs in error in a district court of the Ter ritory of Montana, for damages caused by the diversion of a stream of water, by which the plaintiff was deprived of irriga tion, and for an adjudication of his right to the stream, and an injunction against fur ther diversion. The action was framed and conducted in accordance with the practice as established by the assembly of the Territory, of which the following are the material provisions. " Section 1. There shall be in this Terri tory but one form of civil action for the en forcement or protection of private rights and the redress or prevention of private wrongs. " Sec. 2. In such action, the party co...

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 September 1874

ha tUw o . th-- - t. DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Tin ._. $2. $3.* 5. $7. i88. 01i 20 R1 2 *, . . . 5. - . .10. .12. .15. i 40 . .. . 4. .. 8. ' .12. .14. .20.1 i 4 I onth .. . . . 410. .14. .1 25.1 :3. S .. 7.I.10. Munt.18..2. .15., t l11 3 " . . ..12..1. .15 .2. .0. .a 0 . 171100 * . .11 .15. . 35. :15.(.50. 75. wij10 i Year . 16. .25. .40. .55.'.70. .90. 11250 Re2unlar advertising pnyable quarterly as due Transient adveriising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertising 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 enuts per line for each snccecding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. -r ioFEi S IONAL C AT 1). A TT'IlOtNEY t W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE WHTRLATCIH BRUIIING, HELENA, - MONTANA. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., I ii y 1 I i? ny a alid ~ u r ge otin . OFFICE--MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Beilenburg & Bro's. Meat Market. Otl1ce hours from 9 ...

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 September 1874

JAS. H. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, SEPT. 5. 1874. --- ..- --- Ir Subseribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name ef pototce to which it has been sent as well sa that to which it is to be sent. -" Fellowcraft " has been raised to the sublime degree of speed, having made four miles at Saratoga in 7:191. -Junius HIenri Browne's latest and finest contribution to the list of expressions is denominating the dead "the Silent Major. ity." -Denvel is exulting in the discovery of a mud volcano in the vicinity of that burg ; but Brooklyn does not appear to appreciate hers as an inestimable blessing. As a natural curiosity they are attractive; as a social entertainment they are too unreliable in their method and quality of eruption. -It is no wonder that the N. P. R. It. Co. got embarrassed. Moulton's statement shows some of the confidential notes of the Beecher-Tilton business were written on N. P. R. R. letter heads. That ...

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 September 1874

,XTURL) A , SEPT. s, 1874. Agcnt of Northern Camps. Mc. T. . tIlAlit i' the 1111i'acci cterectic .X\exct ci 1 III NELW NORtTl1.\VlE' tIn B'itikfoet. Wccnicln' .1~.!, rice'. Mc~t .iniaicc Li icoiln, ( ccii asciI, helm. yif'c tawt viicicltt. lie! 1111 ii:clie)et all ict'cccie icr ic vi.lcer in t.1co-c ccicctw. I'cctln bm ill picci. .,vet's ccitccs ilis ceordtlnciv. I Sect Lodcge. Sept. 1. l u . Arr alI andi Uelearture or Mais at th:e e ie IL ;e Post OUfice. -o - tlccl- tilli .'ccice cccl clcart ccs ftcilicsccuntili tirtlccr it' NT I I It.ft. (ccitNsic. ANDi C. 1'. It. It... Smccev:u litw. DIVItiE, I )At:i.tlii -'N), VC.4Tcsi. Arc itc--Daihi. .. ..............i....... f p. to 1)(,.^.r -- ' ... .... .... ... ... ...:3 a. in Aive--. . . . r......... 1). lit Mci liti. 5 p. Itt. ilTTE. AM)i I iti MOUicNTAIN ('ITS. Arruc -'l' T _ icitr Fli cit.............lit. I. i)cl ct -.-luiidc3 ,a l''tiaict. at..............:; ci. Icn. F:Y31EI'`it1'1t0. PIILLlrinlUlo ('AII).E CITY. IiF.An / AN1i X'cijtc...

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. — 5 September 1874

kht gew g*pthWet, "HANK " MONK'S JOKE. The Wag Who Took Horace Greeley Over the Mountains. The Virginia, Nevada, Enterprise says: "Hank" Monk, the stage driver who gave Horace Greeley his memorable mountain ride, in common with all his tribe, hates those ponderous specimens of architecture in the trunk line known as the " Saratoga band-box." He likes a "Saratoga" about as well as a cat likes hot soap. IIe now drives on the stage line between Carson City and Lake Tahoe. He was driving on the same line last summer. A Virginia lady who was stopping at the Glenbrook )en l.O d "aratoga" at Carson, Which lbb wllkId brought iupto the Lake. It was aboft as long and wide as a first-class mat trass, and seven or eight feet high. The lady had managed to get it as far as Car son by rail, but the trouble was to get it up into the mountains. Hank had promised two or three times to bring it up "next trip," but always arrived without it. At last Hank drove up, one evening, and, as usual, the lady c...

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. — 12 September 1874

e @Jw arth- Jet. DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Tim: .. 32. $I 5 7. $s. .10. 5.S 2 . . 5. . .10. .112. 15. 40 3 ... 4. . 7.1. 8. 12. .14. .20. . 48 ,11 t . . 5. . 8. .10.l.11. 16. .2 . - 55 2 .... 7.1. 10.12.:.18. .241. 35. 75 6 ... .11. .1 . 0. 7 . 1 1 1 Y er . .16, 25..40. .55.+ .70. .00. 2 131250 Regular advertising payable quarterly as due Transient adveriiine payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertiain7 15 cents for the first insertion: 10 cents per line for each succecding insertion; lines ountel in Noupariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. L['i( FEi J "I0I AI. (AIl). A'1"I'O N1 VEY ,V. F. SA I I ..ERS ATTON'l') EY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE . HI"ILATCH BUI.DING, H11ELENA. - MONTANA. Plhyi'illans. and gn urgesons. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., Pl I. ys I (' I tin . a nd ii r g. e.o l, OFrrrI:v-- AIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Bci:enburz & Bro's. Meat Market. Office hours from 9 to 12 a. M. and 1 to ...

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 September 1874

A. H. MILLB. - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1874. WBaBbaeribers ordering a paper ohanged 'rosy ue address to another must give name f postogeu to chick W has been sent as well s Aast w which it is to be sent. -The beauty of the Capital vote canvass was sadly Meagher-ed. -It's an old thing to "make Rome howl." Helena's disposition and transposition is to make Howell roam. -The progressiveness of the age has reached the Law and forgery is now a Capi tal crime. -"2.40 G'lang" is now as obsolete as are wooden plows. Goldsmith Maid has gone over the score in 2.14. What next ? -The transposition of the scale secures harmony; but the transposition of election returns begets discord. Notes and votes rhyme, but do not resemble. -The Colorado campaign is made inter esting by four candidates for Delegate. The last one up is A. N. Lowry, as a straight up Administration man. -Governor Potts has issued a proclama tion declaring Martin Maginnis duly elect ed Del...

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 September 1874

~Xft IýIPA', "-F T. 12, 1874. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS c , 1:ll~l~o~ll. A aTU- to thE iip g III ne() A. F~;Nr. gct Of Nohern C smps. 1tt1 1~ trtdinted Agelt Nl ,I r N, , }r. ' n V t }I t l ia :le.kfo Rt e W to t het I (;tt 'it ( um , Ac 1dm ---a ill gietct of bnNtiten C y for lli Iv. " i tmi*: all bulstt e govorn 11il lae O" l I id ' tiItII 01' I aInkls utthe Deer It1;. .e \. P. It. R.. Nil~vel '. ' \V'T1ON. ..f......... ....i). m. A 1.`, EI:\MQNA\A I ' ,. s 1t.... . . . . m. A (i" ! ` "! .: 1Ili;;il:.v' :It ............ .:t. tn.] I11,7 -1x!1ix; ( 'txl.E ('ITT. BElAR, ipin ............ ........... 7 p. m. : .. -... ..:1l L in. II" 101A eA. C('ioAl CiEEK W L A. : ;. ridays it 7 p. in. Satu x xlirdiyx a xlN :i. ni. n! .. 1 xl t. . . . f p j~{ ý 1 ' ý , a'! " he ii~ t x ei'Vi1xS Ii their nt o i"t. Sxldxlyi, lii tollt lxi I' STAIi lI'OLE, P. M. 11illt _ ll" 1' xx'COTT 1J 10 UE. I)DAY. 1411. xix~ LCO 11 ilill l-S'lilioxr !''. i' ý t. l 1'1 It Ali 'ir Phlxipsbu.xlrg f~its at ;,h nlP iia ir x...

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 September 1874

Politics---Immigration--Esources. Oorrespondcute New York Times. The Wyoming ilepublican convention which mnt in this city, now the most popu lons and promising in the erritory, seems to have had a woaderfal tt4i hmity in their choice for Delegate to Congress. They chose by acclamtaIon Hon. Joseph M. Care', one of the Associate Justices of the Tern toqAipr v4gyqars past,a wealthy, upright and popular citizen. The split in the Ad ministration here, the outs against the ins,; and to secure the removal of Gov. Campbell and other Territorial officers, seem to have about subsided, and there was the utmost harmony in yesterday's conventioni. The Democracy have not been so succebsful in selectlipg a candidate. Their convention at Cheyenne yesterday was decidedly stormy.' Their candidate is W. R. Steele, present Delegate to Congress. The Board of Immigration which was established by the Legislature last winter is doing much to aid in the settlement of Wyoming. It is thought that 5,000 have ...

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 September 1874

Whr Mtw w ath- Iast. DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATESPOF ADVERTISING. STime ...Z2". 4.'. 7 . .i 8.1 1.0.' 20 11 2 *. . S.I8 6 .10.'.14.15. 5.40 3 Nt :4.' 7. .:8: 12.'.14. .20.i3 48 1.[o 1th . . 5. . .10. .14. .1 .5.; 8 S .... . 7 .LO. ..18..4 4. .85. 76 8. " . . 9 .12. 15., .. .50. 70100 ,6 ... 11. i .15. . . .50. 75. 100 1 1Year . .16.25. .40. .58. .70. .90. 143 450 Regular advertising payable quarterly as due Transient adveriising payable in advance. bpecial Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertising 15 cents for the first insertion: 10 cents per line for each suncceeding insertion; lines onnted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. pR aOFESSIONAL CAR). ATTORNEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFrICE IN THE WHr.t.ATcH BUILDINe, HELENA, - MONTANA. phyrlocans and Surgeons. 0. B. WHITFrOD, M. D., Pyh ysi oil ii and urge on, OFFICE--MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Bellenburg & Bro's. Meat Market. Office hours from 9 to 12 A. x. and ...

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 September 1874

JAL H. MILLS. .. - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY; SEPT. 19, 1874. Ibr8ubseriber ordering a paper changed frWnw one address to another must gioe name of p.otoJte to which it has been sent as well as that to whicA it is to be sent. -Plymouth Church Society contemplates having a new seal. A whitewash brush rampant would be a good design. & - Ex-Secretary McCullough says the President has not offered him the Treasur ership, all reports to the contrary notwith standing. -Iceland has adopted a new constitution with a National Legislature to be called the Aitbing. Perhaps they just want to see how the " Allthing" works. -When one notices the number of peo ple who believe Beecher innocent, there is no longer any doubt of the continuance of the old established fact that, the American people love to be humbugged. -Messrs. H. H. Watts, S. S. Johnson, N. Cooke and J. W. Pike are publishing at Corinne a live daily paper entitled The Mail. If it maintains the character o...

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 September 1874

~wit giorth-*tWest. .VCLT1IDAY, sErT'. 19. 1874. :tTkYg TO %ac!-CItIuDEES. 1t:) s iiRý r41i V ( Nt. Ni:v issnTH-WrST ',1 '. I~ - " din' t n'in.l whore he.t Of i , i t et 1 'r oCI 1 E ' 'ir ,cr de"it.nantetl ibe4 , i. , 1 , :cint of t i. r ner"o lnt to the] A - I tt. t. to ha ..t 1 ccOanit cii'. i. an I,1' . . . . G F , I'Gero, , 7i IE.T. "IN 1:] .......... ...'.. T. 1 11. T'Uc A, S ....... . 1. .. L:.TON & CO., Agent of Northern Calhrs. i'. i:::umsr= Otth 1u lyiredited Amatra of i ' 1 .']L . i E T i' Biwi kfoot, Washina - . 31' , ii . Liwuhio , Giean ood, Helm `i,; ··. .i l. i i. . I , \sill trn:illlc t I11a bueines for . .. ' ',', a:. I:arone will pleiase govern u', 1 . ;'turei of ';hails iat the IDeer ",, !.;;. ),' ,* :,ý foltuo s nntii further 1"i. It., SILV'R S. . : ........... 1.i . Ill. ,. . - T . : ,. .i..... ....... . In. 't hin. ,r ; I .\\D '1 !r 1 i NT.I.N CITY. ~ ~: 1~ 1r 0.............. m R. Tl. .'1: .I .1-1101 CAE Ei. CITY. inEA;, .i:. 1\ . V1. IA. . . .. , t .........

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. — 19 September 1874

What the Governor of Michigan Thinks of Babies. The Kalamazoo (Mich.) Agricultural So ciety having arranged for a baby show at their forthcoming fair, appointed Governor Bagley one of the Committee. Having advised the Governor of thehonor conferred upon him, the genial Chief Magistrate responds as follows: STATE OF MICHIGAN, ExzcUtrxv OrwcE, i DErnoIT, August 8, 1 74 1 Frank Little, Secretary: DEAR SIti:-Your favor of the 27th noti fying me of my appointment as one of a "Committee on Babies" at your coming county fair, is at hand. The position is certainly a delicate and to a man in public life a dangerous one. Suppose, for instance. I was a candidate for office, would not every father whose baby failed to receive a premium vote square against me? Would not every mother whose baby had failed to receive the attention of the Committee use her powers of persuasion in inducing her neighbors to vote for the "other man?" Providence has very kindly implanted in the heart of every crow a de...

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