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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 5 February 1875

FRIDAY, FEBIRUARY 5, 1875. ArrYval and Ieparture of Mails at the Deer Li,.ge Post Otlice. Mails will arrivet Rd ilepart an follu;o' util further lotl, e: LU.NIoN .1'. R R.. CORINNE, ANDt C. P. U , SILVEi Bow, DI'IDI)E, DA!tLIvG ANt WATSON. Arrive--Dlaily, at ( pIt StnId'lyt ) ........ 6 p. mI Dprt- ...6 a. m lI.ACliaoor CITY, I1EL.enNA & EASTERIN MONTANA. Arriv'--Dal)ly, except Slldtays, :It........... i p. m. D.part--Dily nt.... . m. iBUTTE AND Jt1) MOUNTAIN CITY. Arii-Tuesday. and FidNys at..... ....l ip. m. lI,:irt--Mowtay. & Thursdays at ........... til. mn. I l .Tt-BUnti, P.ItLLIltIt (dY AEIE CITY. BEAm, ANti YIEA. De , '-- -M lavs ld FtilV at ............ a. m. Arrse o T ultI't1yoi .lt J atlrd.ys lt.. .........np. m. Pai(.E- PE[:;AK. FIloNEER1 MI'.'.(S'LA, CEDAIRIlCRTEi AND VALI.A 'ALLA. AIlriV'--It'loutl.tso, Tllh:rndaytl k Saturdays at6 I. m. D1p:Ort - .1ond1"tay. WVdtoesodiys & Fridays at 6 n. m. (;IERMAN AND FILENCII (tI51CII. Avrrie--.Mohdaw mi Ftidays 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. — 5 February 1875

E,w They are Made and Distribute d Correspondence of the Buffalo Press. Every United States postage stamp in use is made hore in New York. Tile 'con tract was held by the American Bank Note Company from July 1, 1861, until the same day in,1873. That was for three terms of four years each. The Continental Bank Note Company at that time offering to do it for one-half the amount required by the other company, the contract was awarded to them. MAKING TIIE STAMPS. In printing, steel plates are used, on which 200 stamps are engraved. Two men are kept hard at work coveriqg them with the colored inks and passing them to a man and a girl, who are equally busy at printing them with large rolling hand-presses. Three of these little squads are employed all the time, although ten presses can be put into use in case of necessity. After the small sheets of paper upon which the 200 stamps are engraved have dried sufficiently, they are sent into another room and gummed. The gum used for this purpose...

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 February 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1Time-.... ...· .s.. $2.I ?5 . $I8.410. $9 no -' .0..6..10..I... 15. 38 48 S". . 4.1 . 7. .8..I. '.14. .0. 8348 1 Month...... 5. • 8. .10. .14. .15. .2 . 601 2" "" 7.' .10. .19. .18.8.24. .85. 88 75 a . ...... 9..1. .15. .2. .8 - .50. 70100 • .l.....1. .5 . . .50. 75. 10010 1 Year.... .16 .25.40. .55. .70. .90. 140 260 Regular advertising payable quarterly as due Transient adveriaisng payable in advance. bpeclal Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertising 15 cents for the Airt insertion; 10 sents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. Pt()FrESSIONA.L CAItD. r--. .. . . ATTO1NIEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN Tea WarHLATCH BUn.DINo, HELENA, MONTANA. Playrielins alnd Surgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIBRIOD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town....

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 February 1875

4IL MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND IUBI SUA S;ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, FEBRtIART 12, 1t75. -A transposition was made last week of the years in the comparative table of Deer Lodge assessments for t2$7and'1874. T e4 assessment of 1873 should be under the date of 1874 and rice versa. -The Asant Courier was materially en= larged recently and has now beenmuch im proved in appearance by leadiing themnatter, Capt. Wright is making laudable effort to publish a first rate paper, and is succeeding editoraJ,"ltchaniw,.all 4 ~.weJhapo-s. cially. -A highly sensational account of a duel near San Francisco between one Zechi and another person, in which Zechi was wound ed, fired in the air, afterward tried to blow his brains out. and was covered all over with romance, mystery, and mud colored glory, was published a few days ago in the San Francisco papers and extensively cop ied. It turns out to be a hoax, and Rich ard, alias Zechi-who worksin a tailor shop as E. Richards and loafs in the hotels as Zec...

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 February 1875

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. Arrival and Departure of Mails atthe Deer Lodge Post Office. -O Mails will arrive and depart as follows until fmither notice : UNION P. . R.. CORINNl., AND C. P. RI. I, SILVERs Bow, DivinE, DA'tLlun ANI) WATSON. Arrive-Daily, at ( t S:n:l tys) ......... 6 p. m lepart-- " .... . . ................6 a. m BLACKFOOT CITY, HIELENA & EASTERN MONTANA. Arrive--Daily, except Sundays, at............ p. inm. Depart--Daily . " at.... i a. m. BUTTE AND RED MOUNTAIN CITY, Arrive--Tuesdays and Fridays at............. p. m. De)part-Mondays & Thursdays at............. 6a. m. EsMMETSBURGL o PHI.LitLPSBURn ('ABLE CITY. BEAR, AND YlREKA. Depart--Mondays and Fridays at............7 a. m. Arrive---Tuesdays & Saturdays at.. .........6 p. m. I'liKE's PEAK, PIONEEI MIS.OOULA, CEDAR CREEK ANvD WALLA WALLA. Alrive-Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays at p. m. l)Depart- Modays, Wednesdays & Fridays at Ii a. m. (;ERMAN AND FRENCu (ULCI. Arri ve-Mondays and Fridays 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. — 12 February 1875

,- .-i- IN 1Tmx ALLY '- . ST MAX ADXRI. j. ". to the world! Anybody a* 'a0t.'iii " can now be cured A-P .la delphia mnedical journal, in as article upon the cure of rheumatism by clectricity, gives the followinginst'diioans iL regati to e application : If five cells are used, the formula will be G E SIR- --- which will, of course,. give practically the same result as IR0 I 1- '1000O 1000 I mention this because it seems to me to shed such a flood of light upon the subject that any poor, suffering cripple can rig up a machine and cure himself. Hitherto,tlhere has been a cloud of obscurity surrounding the application of electricity to rheumatism, but now any man who has courage enough to make C equal to 5E divided by 5IR plis IR.divided by ,000, can drop the gah949ut of his joints fast end.igl to make them rat tle. And I suppose.that in extreme cases where the disease will not yield readily, a daring man might stir in the rest of the al phabet without danger of sizzling his legs off,. ...

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 February 1875

WrW SIDb, E*WWTANA. ZATJS OF ADV.RTIWSG. 1 Tun , ....... $.. 8 5. $8. $10. S ......... . . .14. .0. 1 Mo- th ....... ..16. .9. 2 .1. .18. ."4..a . . a .. ..... . .. .13. .lb .30. . 80. 10 6 ' .....11. .1.0. . . . 75. 1 10 1 Year... .16 . .5 . 5. 0. .00. 0 Regular adverrtsn payable quarterly as due Transient advertlstn payable in advance. pecial Notices are0 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advertising 15 cents for the fret smertioa 10 cents per line for each succeeding lnaertlon; lInes e3anted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. L' I()FESSIONAL CAUlD. ATTORNEYS W. F. SANDERS, -T['rTORNEY AT LAW. O.ecs in T.x WaurtATon Butt.nue, HEI.ENA, MONTANA. ]'hyrlolans alid Burgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSI1BROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 267 A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., P lxysielan and Sur geon. -Office one door north of Postofice DEER LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Prompt ...

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 February 1875

JAS. H. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY -Nevada has enacted a law prohibiting "Monte" but indefinitely postponed the bill prohibiting gambling. -The trial of John D. Lee, of Mountain Meadow Massacre notoriety, will come on at the April term of court at Beaver, Utah. -Cal. C. Clawson contributed to the Montanian of February 11th a characteris tic letter on the early history of Pennsyl vania. -Measures have been taken by promi- at nent citizens to call a meeting in Deer D Lodge in a few days to take into considera- a, tion the question of securing railroad com- a munication. When called let there be a n full attendance of all interested. R -The Bozeman Times says the project a is being revived for sending an expedition tl down the Yellowstone to locate. One plan d is to boat the material and supplies down, I and another to go with animals. It is not A designed to trespass on any reservation. I -A number of prominent men in Nevada P are agitating the project of se...

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 February 1875

g~o thth-et. \Irrival anti depart=Ire of Mails atthe Deer IW lge Past Ofitee. Mailý will arrive and dc u prt as follows uutil further iotic : U,, P. . R.. CO'RINNE. AND C. P. R. IL, SIt.LVE Bow, DIVIDE, DAILIo;G AND W\ATSON. Arrive--l)tily, at ( pt S iti y)1 .. .. p. im ep: t-- ................ Bl.A' K"FOOT CITY, IIELEA A E EASTERN MONTANA. I: --Daily, ex plt Sall ys, it............6 P mn. 7) arr -)aily at.... i a. m. BUTTE AND IP .EI, M NTAIN CITY. Arrive--Tuesdays and F lidlay at ......... 6 p. Im. Sl Ut--Mondays ThrrsdaY at ... .. a.m. EItMETOESBIo'I.l PDIIILPEIT'II ( CABLE CirY. BEARn, AND YnEtA. D iri --M ldtlays and Fridays at............ 7 a. inm. Ani lc- . ý, ys i Siaturdayus at .... ..... p. n. m PIliE PEtAK..A i SEE Mti.SIIILA,. CEDAII CREEK AND \CVALTA XVAILA. Airile--'Tueldays, IThirilldays & Saturdays at6 p. m. t)Ipart-- ot ldaý, \VIcdntsdays A Fridays at fti a. nm. GEI;a hA AN i) FR ENCII G(iLCIl. A ive .ts and Fridiys t........ . I m. lp.u t-Ttc2d'ay and Saturdaiy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 February 1875

PARIS COATED WITH ICE. A Meimorable New Year's Night--Fif teen Hundred Persons Injured--350 Horses With Broken Legs. C' rr"sondrcire of the NeCl Yolk Timer. PAris, January 4.-The night of the 1st day of January. 18'73, was the most remark nble within the memory of living man. Within the period of my own existence 1 have seen nothing approaching the singular spectacle then witnessed. iain had fallen during the day, enough to carry off nearly all the snow that had gathered during the week, but, just as the last of it was begin ning to run toward the sewers, the temper atuire suddenly fell, and at dusk the half inclted snow began to freeze. It was still frcczing when the l'arisians left. their homes either for the theaters or for the houses of relatives and friends. Up to 11 o'clock there was nothing but gayety andl happiness in all parts of the city, and mean while the streets and sidewalks were covered with ice. The transtbrmation was first pierceived when the gay revelers began to l...

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. — 26 February 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 . ....... .. $2. 8. .5. ;7. ;8. 1.0.4 3) • , . .. .. .. ..10..1 ..15.1 40. 8 " . . .7.1. 8...1..14.2.20. 848 I M ntth...... . 5.. .10. .14. .16. . . 5 2 " .... . .10. .12. .18. .4. .1 5.1 6. 3 " .. .1 .. .15. .2. .s0. .50. 70100 6 ... . .15. .25. .85. .50. ..100 60 1 Ye.... .. .16.. .40. .51.70. .90. 1400 Regular advertisang payable quarrerly as due Transient adverlising payable in advance. special Notices are 80 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 Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. L" iO)FESSIONAL CA iD. ATTOINtIEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THR WHIMLATCH BUILDINO, HELENA. - MONTANA. I'Plyrloialns and Surgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIIBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICEl AT TILE CITY DRUo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professionalcalls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, 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. — 26 February 1875

Ju. H. ills, : : Editor and P~ab11har. 18SUED EV-a ,t cIDAY -The absolute veto power has been re stored by Congress upon the Governor of Utah. It had been omitted in the Congres slolal codification of the U. 8. Laws. -Katie King, the Philadelphia widow, is described as possessed of a gentle, seri ous grace, large clear eyes, golden hair,and delicate rosy lps.-Exchange. (And a bad breath). -The Salt Lake Tribune (Gentile) is very much dissatisfied with the new Utah Governor, Axtell, and has opened vigorous war upon him, pronouncing Inm a tool of the Mormon church. -The Pall Mall Gauzette announces a remarkable instance of conjugal devotion. A-Lou-te, the Empress wife of Soung-chi, Emperor of China, was so overwhelmed with giief at his death that she deliberately committed suicide. -We learn from the German papers that the Number-4 blast furnace of the Horder Mining and Smelting Company was blown out in may last, after having been in blast continuously for 1S years and 10 monty4. This...

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. — 26 February 1875

trrival and Departure of Mails at the Deel Lodge Post Oleie. -0 Malls will arrive and depart as follows until furthel notice Uhnos P. R. R.. Co(aNwr, Asn C. PI. . . R, Sanvs Bow. DIVIne, DAtLLI.O AND WATrSN. Arrive-Daily. at pt Saindty) ........ ,.p. Depirt- " ......................a. a BLACRPOOT CITY, 1EtLENA & EAstERatN MONTANai Arrive--Dady, except Sundays, at............ f p. m. Depart--Daly at.... Ga. m. BUTTE AND RFD MOUNTAIN CITY. Arrive-Tuesdays and Fridays at............. 6 p. m. Depart-Mondays & Thursdays at............. 6a. m EMMETSBURO, P'UILLIPSBURtG CABLE CITY. BEAR, AND YE-KA. Depart--Mondays and Fridays at............7 a. m. Arrive--Tuesdays & Satutrdays at...........6 p. n. PIK'us P'EAK, PItONEER MIssOUI.A, CEDAR CREEK AND WALLA WALLA. Ai rive-Tt'edays, Thursdays & Saturdays at 6 p. m. Dtepart- Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 6 a. m. GERMAN AND FRENCH GULCH. Arrive--Mondays and Fridays at........ 6 p. Im. D,.pal t-Tuesdays and Saturdays 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. — 26 February 1875

THE CENTENNIAL BUILDINGS. We present in this issue of the NEW NORTH-WEST illustrations of two of the principal buildings in which will be held the great International Centennial Exposi tion at Philadelphia in 1876. These build ings will be on the plateau near Fairmount Park, just outside of the city proper, and conveniently accessable from the city by street cars and vehicles * * -- * --- * _ * _ x ~ * _ * i i , *_ _ _ _ _ _ £~h---4-1"' _FPBgi- __ _ *==~~-2T -=:_ -L_~-_-~~~ --=__ __ _ ~t ~~ ~ -I-~~~--' - -- A ------~- - 5--; _ ~~=-=:~~~-- ~7r7-~~--_ ;--- A-'~=-~-~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * * * * ~ nr* ___ ____ ~ 4A Z ~ X ~ Z~ I IO M L 7Z L ZI',G. - *, - 1- *--- *- - * * * - / 77 lK'_-T R I AL- '1 J~lI D .~_ __ __ aisles 48 feet wide,and on the outer sidesof the building smaller aisles 24 feet in width. The cost of the building will be about two millions of dollars. THlE ART GALLERY Is located north of and about five hundred feet from the main building. It is on the most commanding portion of ...

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 March 1875

DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATES, OF ADVERTISING. I~ ~ Iý . 1..4.il o 4 l l . *ia ] . 5. . . -a...5. 7. 1(:0 75 :s .. ý 0 .2. .40..5. .70 .1)0. 14C250 1~g'; dcirti'): .l * hl qutt t 5i fl ly as Olne ii l+nielelt Ld eisiV Urll pa~vy'''' i ltuiv lit'. ill I aI N oti cs are 'ii pwl* ent. more than reirular I I.,a Lilt (ti~ii" 15 iiiu! -o to e I i frst tesertion ;10 c-:0i, i(,i iiie for 0a~ siteeucdi t insertion; linen tIi \' Vi I; i,:;: ieilt (itO livii1ý f' ý, t i) F ! i '1)]1 iNI'V AT' LAW. Ii .'A11 1Ai,: il 13iiut INC. iil~ll::... -MONTANA. piHYSJCIA.N AND SURGEON. ..........it 1'1!: ('irs I)itlu( STI)It1I. D o T?`t C,- - - - - - Montana. A. II, MI TI ZH ýLk~Mf I' :1 e 1 < I :> in at 11 <I i it r; c 0 11. ; .' l(it -;, .- - - - MONTANA. iL .v :? or da~y to pat ints in' I210i.10 1 1 LIý"' NAiFIONAL BANK l:i'(' I' N N EItI.. \ ii,.t'rceidcnt. All the Principal Cities of the World. (' ti;i ltiillr.t'ONt)E:NrS, ~onneIll, Lawson & Co., Firzt National Bank, 5. '1. IlIe -): r. D. C....

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 March 1875

Jas. H. Mills, : : Editor and Publisher. ISSUED EV RY FRIDAY. -A telegram Thursday says there will be no extra session of Congress. The Senate meets in special session to-day. -The Territorial Auditor's office is now located at Helena. See the Auditor's notice. -At the general election held in 1874 five members of the Council were chpsen to represent the following counties: ZDecr Lodge one; Deer Lodge and Missoula, obe; Jefferson, one; Jefferson and Gallatin one; and Meagher and Chotean one. In August of this year eight members will be elected by the following countics' Madison, one; Madison and Beaverhead, one; Deer Lodge, one; Missoula, one; Lewis and Clarke,three; and Gallatin one. The members of the House were chosen in 1814. The next ses sion of the Legislative Assembly convenes at the seat of government of the Territory on the first Monday of January, 1Rif, at noon.-Molitan wu. -Apropos of the agitation of the railroad question the Montoaniar calls attention to the fact that t...

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 March 1875

COURT TERMS-1875. StrPREMu COURT January 4th and Auget 9th at the Capital. V. 8. DISTRICT AND TERRITORIAL COURTS. Radersburg.......... .......... ...February 8th Bozeman ...March 1 *Virginia City ..............................March 15 Diamond City... ... April 5 *Deer Lodge City ....April 12 *ielI.na . .. ..Mav 8 Bannack City ............... .......... ....June 7 Alis-ula ... ........... .............. ... . June 28 *Deer Lod'e City...................... September 6 (No Iries at above term, but by agreement.) *Vireinia City.. ...... ..................... Sept. 20 Rladerburg ........... . ................October 4 Bauinack City ................ ..........October 11th Diamoud City ............................October 18 *dleliina .... ....... .. ............ ......Nov.1 Bowm- n.................... ............ N ov.1 M i onila.................. ............... ..N ov. 8 *Deer Lotse ity ... . . .. Dec. 6 TIlio-e marked with an astertek ["I are V. S. Dietrict Court terms "Mining and Scie...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 5 March 1875

MOSS AGATES. RAT1PHMEEKER T'PN1I;,1R S. " ri b)ers wa t ing into fashion out West. For bue. gowns they are adnmrabi --c: musinig eemnomy-with durability. The fiie~triruet*I isastnlde in Dal1villk Thwa, whiele three hundred yards were I'ut (down oh one of the princi ; a ArIets. ,l the boys in the place ran over it, bat&there was no noise. A leading merchaa stepped in front of his hou1 e; t Witped bn his heels: de aestic forces hidden in the rubber threw him over the gate to the roof of the piazza. But aI'ter a few trials he was able to alight on the steps with the graceful accuracy of a flying squirreL. The chief drawback to thq walk ik its odorous familhirity in hot weath er, but it can be neutralized by a weekly wash of borax and coal tar. Its principal advantage is that it can be stretched. As the town grows, it is pulled out towards the suburbs. Two yoke of cattle can length en it three miles a day. A Long Island farmer has just discovered that electricity is a sure antidote ...

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 March 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Timt......... $2 $1 510. i 2 . . . . . .lO. .12. 15.' 25 40 3 ' i.. .7. 1. 8. .12. .14. .20.1 33 48 1 M ni. ... th . . .. 8..10..14. .10. .25. 38 55 2 .. I 7. .10. .12 .1.8. .24. .35. 0 75 3 ...... . . 15 .22.30. .50.1 70100 6 ...... . 11. 15. .2 5. .50. 75. 100 160 1 Year ...... :16. .2. 40.55. .70. .90. 140250 Regular advertis1n payable quarterly as due Transient adveriising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular advertisements. Local advcrtisin' 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 eentl per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. AZ"T(T 1N: Ini W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAWV. OF.FICE IN THIE .V1ITLATCH IUILDING, IIELENA, - MONTANA. 'll hys'(Iclls a":Id .lL ..rgI.(Ls. CHAS. F. MUSSIBaROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ()l"FI-'I AT TlIE ('ITIY 1)1' S'TOIIRE. Deor Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. . I2. ] t t'2 h, 2ol2' -(!, l 11(-; '. in lOa n. A. H...

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 March 1875

Jan. H. Mills, : Editor and Publisher. ISSUED EVh.R F&,IDAY. -The HIelena papers indorse the Deer Lodge suggestion postponing the Territorial Railroad Convention until April 20. -One of the reasons why ores can be re duced so cheaply at Frieberg is that the workmen receive only 20 cents per day in gold. -Walla Walla got that $25,000 raised referred to last week-partly in money and partly in wheat to be taken at 30 cents per bushel. -Delegate Maginnis writes he has se cured an appropriation of $1,200 for the Penitentiary, but for what especial purpose we are not advised. - The Lyon county Times of February 25th, says, "Patsey Marley No. 2," the Pioche stage robber, who was recently ar rested jumped from the train on the Cen tral Pacific Railroad, near Wordsworth, while going 25 miles an hour, and so es caped. No Tyburn Tree for him. -A Montana editor claims that the mer cury out there has been ninety-four degrees below zero. This explains why they never have any grasshoppers.-Dan...

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