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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 January 1875

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1sT. 1875. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Deer Lodge Post Office. --- Mails will arrive and depart as follows nitil futther Inotilc : (NION P. It R.. CoRINNE,. AND C. P. It. RI, SILVEh BOW, DIVIDE, DI)A'ILI'O AND WATSUN. Arrive--Daily, at (txcept Sur.da.s) .......6. p. mn thpirt- ' .I a. I BLACKFooT ('ITY, HELENA a EASTERN MONTANA. Arrive-D:illy, except Sunda1s, at...... ....p. m. Dep(.irt--Daily at.... 6 a. in. BUTTE AND IlFD MOUNTAIN CITY. Arrive--TIuCedSd.ys and Fidlays at ............. 6 p. ni Dueparl -MondIays & 'I'hursday at ............. ha. i. -I MET.IiUlvt. PI'lIII IIi'rIRO CABLE CITY. BEAR AND iREKA. D)p:u .t---MoIndas and Fridays at ........... . 7 at. r. A ive--Tucsdu)s &a SatUtdays at .. .......6 p. m IPui. lEAKi, I'I',NEIti MIi-OI'.LA. CEDAR CREEK A\D WAIu.A WALLA. Ai ive-Tuc.da\li Thu "rdaysis & Saturdays at6 p. nm. Iluat-- Mu,,dalu, \Vudnesdayu' s Fridaiys at 6a. ni GERMAN AND FRE1CII (GULCII. Arrive' -.ond.,u and Fridays at...........

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. — 1 January 1875

AN IDAHO DEFAULTER. How an Ex-Governor lMam o tcui Ub the Peo e. S . Ipkeo Tribune. Q' 'aieb ty sn of Lyonsdale," as that person used to identify himself and his residence on Staten Island, was appointed Go6jinor of Idaho territory, is 1886. and continued in office until 1866, when he was superceded. He was the queerest executive, perhaps, that any Territory ever had, and could "blow his own horn" louder than the trump of Gabriel. We have one of his 7bhankgit'tl proflamations, which, over the sign manual of " Caleb Lyon, of Lyons dale," contains more thundering gratitude and hurricane piety than any similar docu ment extant. It covers several octave pages of a book, and sounds exactly like a message from the Tycoon of Japan trans lated into highly exaggerated Anglo Saxon hyperbole. Caleb was simultaneously cre ated Governor and Indian Agent of Idaho; in the latter feature of his distinction having been required to give bonds in the sum of $ 400S, WJglug Jag ip,1$66{ Me Ldt ha$ Terri...

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. — 8 January 1875

IIIII I III II - - DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . ' :" 2 .. . 5 . 17. 7 .1 . .10. 20. 3 4 1 5.. I , .1 . .14I .1 25. . 53. S7. .I .I .12. .18. .24..,1 5. (0 '75 3 . .1. 15. .22. .30. . 0 100 S1. .1. .2 .35. . W. . 75. 100 0 ., +u _ý_I_1 .21, . ...40.. 55. .70.! O.0._1 ) 250 [julair advertiilsng payahble quarterly as due Tran,;ent adveriising payable in advance. ,,ýptial Notices are 50 jer cent. more than rrgular S,.,,' :,, rti5n" 15 cents for the tlrt Insertion ; 10 lite for each Sutceedin7 insertion; lines , Nonriel I ven2raury. '. . ,ANI)ERS, ,:. -I.N Y AT LAWV. i.. , : I''1 i al''ai II 3r'itvINO, .:l\.MONTANA. . 2. VWHITFORDf M. D., , '. V\l N . .NTLFT, IIElER LODGE:,1 h .; & Itr Ys. Meat Market. i n 12 A. M. :1 A 1 P. 6 .a, ;Yi':;iMAi AD SD SURGEON. Si"T I CITY DitRU(; StORE. XD , Log, - - - - - - Montana. , Y.I'u, I N TT:r - :i c.)!T il town. A, H. MITC ELL, M. D. )-- ia. co.],' . t +n: north of ' Po toflilce : .U , - MoNTANA. ni: " ] ,:;:;i;i ' , " ,li";t or ...

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. — 8 January 1875

JAS. L. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JANUARY 8TH, 1875. I. nI mmlllll I . a r ir m-n'YU -The name of the King of Hawaii, now 1rculating around this Republic, is Ka-la Iana (pronounced, Kaa-aa-loa-owwah) and signifies "Day of Battle". They might call him Sunday, for short. -The Sacramento Union was bought in at public auction, Dec. 28, by Paul Morrill one of the late proprietors for $65,000, No private bids had been received and the only other bidder was W. H. Larkin also a proprietor. -The former contractor having failed to come to time, the Postmaster-General has awarded the contr. 't for carrying the daily mail between Corinne and Helena to D. S. Parker, of St. Louis, who is said to be a partner of the IIuntley Brothers. Gilmer & Salisbury are yet carrying the mail and it is not improbable will continue to do so under a sub-contract. -The recent Grand Jury in this District re-indicted Secretary Callaway for receiv ing illegal fees, and a warran...

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. — 8 January 1875

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8THi, 1875. Arrival and l)Departure of Mails at the Deer Loldge Post Office. --o Maitls will ail ive an.l depart a. followu uatil further notioe : UNION 1'. R 1 ( l') Ih.NN, AND C. 1'. It. t., SILVESI ]Iio\, DIVIDE, D)AIuLINO AND WVATSBON. Arrive-Daily, at (l'sapt S::d.ay.g) ....... . nm D)epart- .... . ............... BLA.i'it''OT CITY, IIELNA &. AS EasT MONTANA. Arrive-Da-l)ly, exept S nil:::, at...........;! i. m. Depart-Daily . .... I:UTTE .D;I) Vh'D 'tNTaTIN (1rY. Arriv.--'Tue.dnys anr l Fi idayi at............. p p. :. Depart -Meinday & ' ihuri;~st. at .. .. !;a. m. Eme autro, PuiTLLl.tl'Ic (CAeLE CITY. ]EARt. AND Ynt;::A. Deplart.--Ml ldl: ys and I:i.i y t1 ............7 a. in. lie a-l, le l--i( LA, C CLAhLI '-EEIK /AND \,WAiiA 4 A.LLA. Ai riveC-'I'u.dayll Th'lIr da:a-. Saturdays at 6 p. inm. Depart- Monda:, Wdi. I eday:) & Fridaye at 6 a. in. GCilIisAN AND FN' lI:; GiLCi:. Arrive-Molndays aind Friday at........ 6 pi m. Dcpalrt-TTuCdy. and 'iatrday...

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. — 8 January 1875

Continued from First Page. road is needed as a thorongh'fare 'for the travel and trade of a large and enterprising population, scattered over a wide region. The total popnlation in 1870 of the belt of States and T'erritories to be traversed by theNorthern Pacific Railroad was, accord ing to the U. S. census, 1,751,335--or, ex cluding that part of Wisconsin not directly affected by the road, it was 810,000. The total population of the belt of States and Territories traversed by the "Union" and "Central" Pacific Railroads was in 1863, when their coustruction was begun, not ex ceeding 515,000, and in 1870 it was 881,163. If some Eastern localities have too many railroads, the new Northwest has none. The people of Montana, for example, who have in ten years added $160,000,000 of gold and silver to the wealth of the world, travel 500 miles by stage-coach in getting from the nearest railroad to their homes, and haul their merchandise and ship their richest ores with ox-teams a like distan...

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. — 15 January 1875

DEER LODCE,MONTANA. H1;s.?: OF ADVERTISING. '. .1 . .1 . 25 41 , . ".72 E 1. [ .' ; '" ;. fil .5 .i 5 , 1100 -.i " 4 I. I . ` . ,l( , mssa . if . :+ 1 0 .:- ion ; J ."U , - r \T. " ". TV . . . ont??manana. S 1I r ,- . •.-1 .. t:ie .o:.f the World. I > SNlai ona fl Bank, ,]). ( ' 1:;n. i . . , . < ('a.ii r ....... i.:··LnT 11. F. TI:' :. . , .: .. .. . ...... 0 0,000. . ',L,,. . . L ,.. - :1 11, ." . T' . LA, GEST 1 1I '.e f,)r a lng4 term (if , a ,d, (' 0 a01 s ola se, a farna..tied and embel- I - ml iri, .: cl cia gn. it suits ., ". en;11 '' 10 f 1 painlS will be iot t oat imi)apta Ce and keep it , :, i.,,;1l,'; .. the tables are I, ' ,. ra ..i the.li ttirketr, ('(,t li ten e. ''Terins, easoli 281 S , ', , r ' I 'i _ Street S V i' EN Bf `Co, Proprietor. i ii to ith travetana , Lr, 1. ' !,I"( . (' 'lSllll I I 11 1raV 0 il e Uadto , j: 1 . l : :, ll l:'t idiile st jule nina . :w: ",1 \;i lh t? :. .ery tl, ,In heinf t and ex . I,:' I ',; ':r iei - hoi e n at Ite t:al l ter i rJt...

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. — 15 January 1875

tie ¢ tw tartU- Arzt. JAS. H. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND I'UBLISHIER ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1875. -The Supreme Court session at Virginia is expected to close to-day. -Chandler was nominated m the Michi gan Republican caucus by acclamation: Hamlin of Maine, and Sharon of Nevada, have also been nominated. The election of all three is a foregone conclusion. -The Senate confirmed S. B. Axtell as Governor of Utah to succeed Woods whose time expires this month. If the govern ment is going to apply the ax to the roots of Mormonism the Gentiles will be glad to have that Ax-tell. -The full baptismal name of the new King of Spain is Alphonse Francois d'Assisse Ferdinand Pie Jean Marie de la Conception Gregoire. Now, let not the noses of the unconverted be elevated at the mlentlion of George Washington Julius C(:z.,r Smith. -O-() one 8th of January General Jackson and sonime of the boas used cotton bales to good effect. On the recent 8th almost any body could have used one comfor...

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. — 15 January 1875

~ew ~o~h trot. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 18H5. Arrival ainld I)Departure ()P M8lls attile IDceer Lodlge 1'i~t Offrlc(. -o - 4uiaia will arrive ain depart'u- follunis until further notice : ul i)1'. 1 . 11.. ('nORLwF. AND) C. 1 11. I., SILVBi Bow, Diii!!!.. D)~.+LIi. AND! W A "UN Arrive-Daii it P t SUidthyr) ....... . .I'p. on ILA.4I`WK!)T (CITY. IElcENA S EAST11\N MMONTA\A. Arriv 01--'): , eCX pt MSiiirai, nt......... . in. t_-Di).... Ga. m. I;IiTTE AND) hr) 'i MONTAIN CITY Al.: i vt -Ti iw··cl:da :I a F. F at ............. G p. N. 1) .Il·:lt. IIVii:19v. a '1'hur 'dh\3 t .............. 0a~in.. EI) el-liiIA; I'ill .l.1t~i~i ('A'! t* CIT. BEAin, AND) 'aiuii1. Ir; irt--MuItlirnnaa ,Ii : ai aii t . '...........7a. i. Aniie.-'l-IeiiiS)n h Sat iddn;s at...........ti II . 1'ti' Y!!1'i K, l'U I~i'm .11.-i)) LA. CEDARn (7inEia A";1) \h"AI~t.A \VALLA. Ai i,-'lllu1Rd)- 'llii-iIu.5 & turilayr ft!!; p. in. D tir t- lsiida; t1 tetp 'i idayn at Iiii. in. iGiRv'N A Nil iF'u~ci' ( ni.10. Arvlrrv-Mo r ...

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. — 15 January 1875

DY MAS AD.:ER. The tiewre, so bard and there arem so many m ut of otk ,that Ifthinkk iouht to mentio~that tknow of a vacant .iti s tion for able bodied young me4a wanted. fera1, tiger iktfls" of ,eat Madras gove . it esa been c: omp6n to. give up the business on account of a isoun derstanding between Inmself ands' tiger, daring which the tiger, not coinciding with his views, inadvertetly ate him. The po sition, therefore, is open to a man who is willing and active and honest, and who doesn't mind being occasionally bitten in half. A man who don't digest well after he is eaten would probably annoy the tiger more, but the Madras government will not insist upon this if other qualifications exist. Familiarity with the habits of tigers, I be lieve, is not considered necessary, as there is never any difficulty In getting acquaint ed with the animals when you are once on the ground. They are naturally social particularly when they are hungry. I do not accept the position for myself, partly...

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. — 22 January 1875

DEER LODCE,MONTANA. RATES OF AD)VERITISING. S 11 15. 2-, 4( :S ~ ~ 1 I 12. .1 . ,t. .2'f 48 3 ~ ~ ~ ~ i .$t 5) 61100 li ... .11 .1 i. .25 .5 . 2 . i :5.) 14)) 6 Tn-tent n~rcit t n-I p Otthl In advane. ýr"i t Notices are 50 sec cent. minn than r.pniur a! :iemlif l . "t S. ANi)EIS, I'()EYK AT LAW. fi y)i t ' i l{I i \- ` Iii*t(en ' 1)'1 I;IN 3. B. WHITF0flD, M. f. I' 11 ; - 1 4.1: in :1 it (1 f-' 1 (' <> 11. ri 2 22k -"1iN 111'F : 1:T hl12a 1O ,P).I tllt', !." -. 1; I I I . A . iM . :t2 1 tt: '2 1. 'I. CM F F. TAU Z1C7 M)U a. flD Decer Lode,- - - - - Montana. i):~l .0 ; - .Ai ~atNA S1'1' T i t)1} i.. W.A I Pi.1r"i?,a A * ii) iia iiso th itc titi. l : :"' V~tI (')I oN I 8A Nh r: cimncti, L s..vrson &. Co., Flirt National Bank, UNZT7s3 STATES. A.t' i;:. 'J Canpital...... . ;00,000 F jid Up Capital ...... ....0. ti I lr l. ii :11li :'I 11 .00, 00 II ! ' : - . . . . . . . . . 1)1 0 .( A t Il'I', i " li, : .i . 1 : 11 :` . ' II :, lv it ýI alHti avli 12 ia l ,::t ýIt hel i t: I l...

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 January 1875

JAB. a mILLS. - - - EDITOR AND IUIBBSHER ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1875. -Panamint has started its graveyard. Name of party, Masterson; nature of dis ease, a dirk knife. -The Courier and Madisonian have each put themselves on record against the discipline of the M. E. Church prohibiting dancing. -The Beecher-Tiltontrial hasso far been occupied with the examination of Moulton. The substance of his testimony all appear ed during the previous investigation. -We were handed the evening before going to press a communication in reply to the article on " Religion and Dancing," written by a Christian, and from a Christ ian standpoint. It was too late for this issue. If not withdrawn,and no Providence interferes, it will appear next week with another glimpse at the situation by a sin ner. -The Omaha Bee published January 1st a handsome photo-lithographic illustrated supplement giving illustrations of the prin cipal buildings of Omaha and account of the business of the place. We...

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 January 1875

,ztw garth- at t. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1875. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Deer Lolge Post Olice. Mails will arrive and depart as follows until fuil ther notice : UNiIoN P. R It. CORINNE, AND C. P. IL It, SILVEI Bow, DIVIDE, DA'II.l\ AND WATSON. Arrive-Daily, at ( pt Sundays) ... . .p. m D'opart- ....... ...6 a. m BLACKFOOT CITY, HELENA & EASTERN MONTANA. Arrive-Daily, except Sundays, at.......... .6 p. m. Depart--Daily at.... 6 :1. In. BUTTE AND RFD MOUNTAIN CITY. Arrive-Tuesdays and Fidays at............. 6 p. m. Depart--Mondidays 'liusiday t .............. 6a. In. lMMETlURO, 1'HILLIraSrBo CABLE CITY. BEAD, AND YIIEKA. D..part---Mondays and Fridays at............7 a. In. Arr ire- -Tuesdays .& Saturdays at.. .........E p. m. PlilE S l'EAK, 'pIONEER MI-SOULA, CEDAR CREEK AND WALLA WVALLA. Al rive-Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays at i p. In. Dpipart- Monday', Wednesdays & Fridays at 6 a. in. GERMAN AND FRENCH GULCH. Arrive-Mondays and Fridays at........ p. In. D...

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 January 1875

i874 IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE YEAR. JANUARY. 3. The Spanish Cortes forcibly dissolved by General Pavia; Serrano made President, 5. Meeting of Congress. 9. Caleb Cushing nominated for Chief Justice. 18. Communist riot in Tompkins Square. 15. Charles Astor Bristed died. 17. Death of the Siamese Twins. 19. The new Texas Government takes possession of the State ofiices.-Nomination of Morrison R. Waite for Chief Justice. 22. Death of Madame Parepa-Rosa. 23. Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh. 26. Announcement by cable of the death of Dr. Livingstone. 27. Pullman cars introduced in England. 29. The Ashantee city of Coomassie sur rendered. FEBRUARY. 2. l)eath of N. S. Dodge, author. 3. Death of King Lunalilo, of the Sand wich Islands. 4. Death of Professor Anderson, the wizard. 6. Baron Mayer d( Rothschild died in London. 9. Death of David Friedrich Strauss, the writer on the Gospels. 10. Jules Michelet, the French historian, died. 11. The Massachusetts Senate rescinded the resolution censur...

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 January 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OI ADVERTIS.NG. 1 Timt........) $. $3. $5. $7. $8. 010. 2 " . ........ . 5. . . .10. .1 . .5 40 3 " .... . 4.. 7. . 8. 12. .14... . 30 4 1 Month....... 5.. . .10. .14. .16.. ..5. 8 3" . 5.:10. . .18. 6..94 . 5. 16 3 " ..... 9. .1. .15. .. . .80. .50. 10 6 ...... .11. .15. .95. .86. .50. 75. I Yerat..... .1. 1..45..40. .5. .70. .90.1 43)0 Regular advertising payable quarterly as due Transient advertislng 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 succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. AT'TOINEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE WHIPLATCH BUILDING, HELENA, - MONTANA. P'hyriclans and Surgeons. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., [P y scli an and Surgeon, OFFICE-MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Beilenburg & Bro's. Meat Market. Office hours from 9 to 12 A. x. and 1 to 6 P. M. 216 CHA...

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 January 1875

JAS. H. MILLS. - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 18SUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1875. -Gold sold in New York Monday at 1.12x. -King Kalakaua is only going to stay a short time, and as he wants to see as much of our people as possible he goes to the Black Crook performances every chance he gets. -Gallatin City has had an Agricultural Fair for the past two or three years. Boze man now proposes to have one. Isn't that setting out your tomato plants a little too close? -The failure of certain subsidized rail roads to pay the 5 per cent on net earnings due the government, looks like a part of the influence brought to prevent favorable consideration of the Northern Pacific Bill. --On the 21st inst. HIons. Wheeler, Hoar, Frye and Marshall, of the Congressional Committee, reached New Orleans, and were to meet on the 23d to hear evidence. The Republicans and Conservatives each claim to be able to make a strong showing of their cases. -The western telegraph made sad work of the name of the ne...

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 January 1875

FIRIDAY, JANUAIRY 29, 1875. Arrival and Departure of Mails attihe Deer lod';e IPo t Olfice. --(3-- Mails will arrive and dl pat as followrs until fl ither lu etik ('siso . II. Io. (oauxISFr, AND C. I'. I. IL, SILVExn I.)w, 1viV:i , D)A''. i ' AND) 'A.SoN. Arrive--D ily. :t ; t S~' l -ie') .........(; p. In 1 i tp t - " .... . .. .a ................ f . m I1. \ ...-,Tr CITY, HELENA & EASTIRN IMONTANA. Arriie--I) lily, csrx p;t SuldL,! : , at.......... 'i p. mn. ) part --- li) y ,. tit.... 6 a. in. IiTrTiE AND lreo MOIuiNTAIN CITY. A rli;i'---'I'!)tl , t rl i:i'i i iiCay t i ................. 6 . in. I), i t l -- .aM nda: rs 'l 'Thur-day ' :it............. a. in. .n e'-v'::n, I'U.IIPvtiO; ('ABiLE ('CITY. BEAn, AsN Yut'IhA. l ai.. t:.--11 n . il. F t illyt at............ 7a. m . A!r ,- -' i: S:t d' at.............. . iui. l: : .'. ':;:,a. P) i:u MI--i'.LA. ('EDAn C'uIEEK ALi \\ .II.A W\i ,.1LA. At... --'1a " l-, Th,.r. ,tS .;trdlavy fti; p. m. l) ; t - 1 3 n.)da)-, W' d day Fr~. "'...

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 January 1875

THINOB GRNRRALLY. BY MAX ADELER. Hnfnagle, the showman, of whose ele phant I told you the other day, had an os trich which he traded for a mule, to a man named Leech, who owns a place near New Hope. Leech read somewhere that ostrich es are very valuable on account of their feathers, and he intended to try the exper iment of cultivating them, so he secured this one to begin with. He turned it loose in the yard, and that night it ate all the surface gravel off the walks, and it was busy breakfasting on the garden hoe when Leech came down to look after it. Hie fed it heartily, so as to keep down its appetite, but that morning it ate four horse shoes that were lying in a cart, and it disposed of six feet of trace-chain belonging to the sub-soil plow. Leech was somewhat alarm ed, but he gave the bird as much supper as it would eat, and felt satisfied that its hunger would not rage during the night. Next morning, however, he was suprised to find that the ostrich had eaten a hole through 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. — 5 February 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . 5i a j 8 ...... . '. . . .8. 12. .14..20.1 4 1" j....t. 10. •. .1. .14 .1. .250. 55 2 " .. . . 7..10. .1. 18.!.24. .86..8 0 75 3 ........ . .128. .. ..5. .2. .0. .60.1 0100 S' ..... 15. .2 .85. .50. 75.E00160 I Yar..... 16.25. .40. .55. .70. .00. 40 2 Regular advertising payable quarterly Is due Transient adveriising payable in advance. bpecial Notices are 50 pur cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertiing 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 oeunta per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. I It T F I E SI NAL. (AIN. ATTOIONIE YS IW. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN TUE WHITLATCH BrUvDIMG, HELENA, - MONTANA. 'Phyrcleans and Surgeons. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., I2' a c I c ia n an i d ur g on, ()OFFIrE -MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Icillnburg & Bro's. Meat Market. Office hours from 9 to 12 a. x. and 1 to 6 p. M. 246 CHAS. F. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., PHYSI...

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 February 1875

thre t gorth - ,e to#" JAS. H. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1875. -The area of the Centennial Building will be twenty icres, and that appropriated to exhibitors about eleven acres. -Clitus Barbour, Esq., dished up the t Idaho Legislature proceedings for the Owy- ( hee Avalanche in "X "-cellent style. -Governor Bennett appointed, and the t Idaho Legislature confirmed, John Iluntoon i Treasurer, and Joseph Pecrrault Auditor of I that Territory. t -Some of the New York papers are mak ing sport of the New York World's hasty conclusions deduced from the premature calculations of the sun's distance as meas ured by the. recent transit of Venus. It would seem as reasonabl" that this or for mer calculations were erroneous as that we were being, as it were, sucked in by the sun. It would not be the first time the mathematical editor of the World had drop ped a numeral stitch indlis theoretical knit ting. -In Germany, when the vote of the jury stand...

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