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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 16 April 1875

COURT TERMS -- 175. S..rnexa COURT January 4th and Au-uvt 9th at the C;pital. L. P. I.,ITRICT AND TERIiITORIAL COURTP. Radershnrg .. ........... ....Febriiniy 8th Bozeman ........... .... Mrch15 *Virginia City ............................March 5 T'iamond City.... ..... ........April12 eer Lodge Cityv .................April 8 *lelenn. .. ............ .............Mav7 Bannack City............... .......... ....June 8 M issoula ... ............... ............ . June 26 *Deer Lodge Citv.... ..... .......... September (No jurice at above term, but by agreement.) *Vir inia City .. ...... ................. .. Sept. 20 tHderabhlrg ............. .............October 4 Iannrnack City ............. ..........October11th Diamt nd City ............................October 18 " ll na .... .. .... . . ............. .......N ov. 1 Hozrmnil......... ........ ............ . Nov. 1 31is-oaia................ .................. ..Nov. 8 *l)e r Lodge,.ity .. .......... ..........Dec. 6 'Those marked wit...

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. — 16 April 1875

Queries and Answers. Fow 4oaet iiao Inter- 4mn. Goeor Elkhart Co., Ind. 1. Is the paint candies p19sonous to children, and w is the pale mnadt of? 2. What is c late maw o r? J. C. A' . In esey S the color lg material in e.t~npkks ime s,and with cheap confectionerythis is always the case. The red color is given to fine candies with cochineal, which is harmless, but in cheap sweet meats it is analine, a deadly product of coal tar; for yellow, gamboge or chrome yellow is used, both of which are highly injurious; for blue, indigo, which is com paratively harless, is sometimes used, but more frequently ultra-marine. Verdigris, Brunswick green and other mineral poisons are extensively employed. Nor are pure white candies of the cheaper sort to be used without great caution. Sometimes one-half the substance of candy is composed of plas ter of Paris, and is the cause of one half the diseases of the stomach and bowels among children. So with the flavoringsemployed. An enormous quantity of oi...

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. — 23 April 1875

the Newlortb=West DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Timen..................2 3 $53 7 1 10 620 X0 25 6 tO 1 15 2.51 40 3 . ............ 4 7 8 l214 20 '1.48 - . 7 10 12 18 24 )3 60 75 1 .. *................ 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 1. " ................ 11 13 23 33 50 73 100 100 1 Year.................... 16 !25 40 55 70 90 5 10 1200 Ilegnlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per cent~ more than reg uilar advertisements. Local advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 oentc per line for each succeeding Insertion; lies vounted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. I'ItoFEMMtI~ ONAL CAltD)M. ATTJ(IN ElYS W. F. SANI)ERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. II ELENA, - MONTANA. - h.I'talcni' andtc IRurgeý"onw. CHAS. F. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT TIlE CITY Ditro STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will aiteodl to professionial calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., -Ofiicli one do...

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. — 23 April 1875

Jas. H. 'ills, Editor and Publisher. tSSUED rIERY FRIDAY. -Weloker, the famous restaurater of Washington City, is dead. -The New York Engineering and Min ing Journal is running a series of very in teresting illustrated articles on hydraulic mining in California. -The St. Louis Railroad Bridge shows an extreme difference of 6J inches in the ele vation of the crown of the arches in hot and cold weather. The spans are 500 feet long. -A correspondent of the Salt Lake Trib use fondly speaks of Salt Lake as a "lost --rimii f the Pacific Ocean in the heart of a continent." It makes a fine anatomical scare-line for a two-column letter. -Twelve cubic feet of quartz unbroken in the lode weighs 1 ton of 2,000 pounds; 20 cubic feet of quartz of ordinary fineness after being taken from th9 lode is equal to 1 ton. A cubic foot of quartz in the lode weighs 166 pounds.-Exchange. -A letter to the Salt Lake Tribune pub lished elsewhere states the Utah Northern is to be extended " for Soda Springs di ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 April 1875

('()L7)Ur T1EH:'_r5--1ST . S,,t'e! ME CouI:I jlu tru 4ith nut Aruizflt th tl~c the C. F. 1iýiTtii('T ANDI TElttttTt~tttA C~tttiTP. Itlu.rhnr.%tt ........ ... . ebrirary 8th xit , uin ii i l} .Ma.. . . . .. . . . . reh 1 5 ,~ rtcitn i ( ' t r . . ....... April 8 11i:1"lrl .. . . . ... .M av . F~o nI its ... ... .A ne 8t N.~~~~~~~~~~i tti1 it ni lit rb~tb':~ý"trr[ Ca": :.".. ..v ....... Dii. 6'1t Agcnt at Helecna. 11.I .Iit. IITTe. j. uthforjized l ilt of the tit NC i`)t;i-\ .1W ES for [[EliNA ,111 UNIONV"ti.O Ag>"nt f.)r Missoula Counts. 1t. t. '~.' i< dal l iti- ho;;ric" AN-mt for lihi I. V if 1TIT \I" I~-' iI M-ic 1 "ii~ti. P'itroiti, a t-it I.o en tom fij-). Agcnt At IRadorsburg Ný: -n . I ... :,t NiI':Id VESiT, fir nTiffrivit ;_, ;.I ii iii \[ I11 C :T incmo. r i Agenut of Northern Camps. Mi 1. t tln -.-t--hmf t ti-m-" rcdftcd A,-,cit of TIIl Ni:I N Ni1iTlt \V [iT ini hlltilfioot, Wilshinic lv ill t, n-irwt nill bos-ince' for Lr il, -c I'.1roii will plcimmo goner-1 PINmTED ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 April 1875

The Armies and Navies of the World. The following statement, compiled from the Statesman's Year Book for 1875, ex hibits the comparative military awd naval strength of the nations of the' world. Be ginning with AustriaHlung.ory, we find that her standing army, which is modeled after that of Prussia, numbers, on a war footing, 838,700 men. Austria has also twenty-five fortresses of the first and second tank, and a navy of forty-seven steamers. The standing army of Belgium is formed by conscription, and amounts, upon a war footing, to 98,770 men, 10,622 horses, and 152 guns. Beside this standing army there is a Garde Nationale numbering 400,000 men with. the reserve. The forces of Den mark comprise 47,925 men, and 1,328 offi cers, on the war footing. Her navy con tains thirty-one steamers, with 314 guns. The military forces of France are in a state of re-organization on the basis of a new "loi sur le recruitement," which enacts that " Tout Francais doit le service mili taire personnel...

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. — 30 April 1875

be M Morho tbr= eat DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Time ................... I2 13 55 57 $8 $10 820 $3D 2... .. . 6 10 12 I15 25 40 s ............... 4 7. 8 12 14 20 3 I48 1 Moth........... 8 10 14 16 25 38 55 .... ...17 10 12 18 24 35 6075 3 " 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 .Yar........'::: 11 1525 3+ 50 75 100 160 SYa-_"-..-''_.16 4055170 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular 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. IULFE IONAL CARDS. ATTO~IN..IY5 W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA., MONTANA. Physicians and Pidurgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIEBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 27 A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., Physiclan and Surge...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 April 1875

Jas. X.H illsW, s ltor and Publisher. ISSUED VERY.Y IiiDAY. -There are l;100 men employed in the railroad shops at Sacramento. -The Republicans ofOhio will hold their State cjnvention June 2d. "Old Ben Wado:' says he can beat Ailen blind if hle runs. He had better run. -"Mormonism" was organized into a church April 6, 1830, by six members. Any ordinary Mormon family could now estab lish half a dozen churches, and bave a strong reserve in the trundle beds. -The stampede into the Black Hills suggests the thought whether the govern ment can make any treaties with Indians that command respect. Certainly the In dians ignore them; anl now it seems the whites do. -George W. HIoffman, Jr., of Omaha, proposes to put on a double daily stage line from Sidney, Neb., to IIarney's Peak, in the Black Hills, the Sydneyites agreeing to put in the stations. The dis:ance is 162 miles. -Lexington and Concord, Mass., on the 18th and 19th insts., celebrated the Centen nial Anniversaries of their rcvoluti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 April 1875

Mee gorth-Wost. COU"RT TE" 'fiUMý --1875. b'tttrEM COLRT January 4th and Auenet 9th at the Capital. . E. IIISTRICT AND TERRIITORIAL C.URTi. Radersurg ................... ...February Sth BoLmau.... ....Marchl5 *Vir, inia City .............. .. .. ......March 5 niamoud City.... ...........................Apr l12 Dh.er Lodge City ...... ...............Aril * Ileh.na .. ..... ................ . ....... Ma v7 Ba nack City ................. .......... ....June 8 Mi.isoila ... .............. ............ .June 26 ,D)cer Lode City.... ................. September ] (No juries at above term, bat by agreement. ) *Vir1inia City ...... .................. ...8ept. S Itadersbh rg . ......... .. ...............October4 ltunack City ...........................October 11th Diamond Cit ............................October 18 *lhlbh.na .. ..................... ..N..Nov. 1 .tlzmanl... ............... .......... Nov. 1 M isoula ..... ............................ ..N ov. 8 *Dir Lodge City .. .... ...... .....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 April 1875

American Nicknames. Arlhaiaak Bvalled the seai atae, and its natives or inhabitant$ are Tooth-picks or Gophers. Californf Is, on account of its mineral wealth, the Gohld-n state, and its occupdis dtiag more or less than Gold hunters. on tict, as every reader of Bam Sra8k fZ t Cell know. is the Nutmeg state. It is alsdthe Freestone state, and the Laud of Steady Habits. The natives are designated Wooden Nutmegs, but whether they like the name or not we can not say. Delaware is the Blue-len or Dia mond state; but for some reason, inexplica ble to us, the natives are Muskrats. Flori da is the Peninsular state, and the people who live in it are Fly-up-the-Creeks; both terms sufficiently explain themselves. Illi nois rejoices in three names which are se'erally poetical, ridiculous, and prctical: Garden 'of the West, Sucker state, and Prairie state. Suckers, whatever they may be, dwell therein. Indiana is the Hoosier state, inhabited by Hoosiers, whatever they may be. Iowa, being a Hawk-ey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 May 1875

DEER LODGE, MOITANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ---- r-= ýl a 1 Time........... ....... $ 3 7 1 8 $0 :1 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 ................... 7 .8 12 14 20 83 48 I Month................. 5 8 10 14 16 25 8 7 10 1, 18 24 35 60 75 S ................. 9 12 15 2213 50 70 16 " . ................. 11 ;15 25 '3 5 I 75 1100 X160 "r,.,:.. ................ 16 5k 40 ' ,53 70 i 90 !140 250 TP.riilar advertising payable quarterly, as due. 'I'r. icant advertising payable in advance. l- ..il Notices are 50 per cent. more the. reg t r di c,"rtisemiens. I i, ,:l nadvertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; i, is. per line flr eacIh suceeCding insertion; :-untud in Nonpariel mcleaure. Ib '\Xirk payable on delivery. i, l. r-{ i ;Sc ,I )O AI., (:lAItIl . W. F. SA )NDERIS, \'i"1'' ) RNEY AT LAWV. l II 1ENA. - MONTANA. PtI -1& iii I)- ti net llrgeonfl. I.X3. F. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., PHYSIIlAN AND SURGEON. (I i;': AT 'TlE (lITY DiHT ; S'T'OE. Deer Lodne, - - - - - - Montana. i:,: i,. ,.,, i .. . .,r, ... i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 May 1875

Jas. E.XiLm,, Editor and Pabo shir. ISSUOE EVERY FRIDAY. -As many as six ocean steamers left New York for Europe in one day recently. The travel is very great this season. -The eastern railroad war is thought to be drawing close to a compromise termina tion. Cheap fares and transit are about ended. -Governor Leslie and Congressman Beck are going to try conclusions for the Ken tucky Senatorship. One. or the other of them will be likely to win it. -Special Agent Elliott who Is making a report on Alaska says the acquisition will always be valuable on account of the seals. The general impression was that an ele phant had something to do with it. -The Bozeman Expe ditionists have de termined to start on their Yellowstone trip May 10th. The rendezvous is to be on the Yellowstone four miles below Hunter's Hot Springs. Gold, glory and good luck be yours, boys. -The Californians have found the im migrants are burdensomely numerous. Re lief and aid associations are formed or talked of. Twenty...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 May 1875

enw eorth-West. (1)UNT TEH1WS----185 S Pr:tEt ('orI:T January 4th and Antru.t 9th at the ('.pital. t'. !. 1'1T1I(-CT AND TeIIOtITOlRlAI. CO'ItTP. Italit r )i ll ... ...... .... .. .. Februatry . Bozcmall ........... ... Mnarchl5 *Vi iia ('iy............ .. .. .. ...M arch 5 t: t.iar d ('ityA.... ...........................A prill2 *DI,',r oldge; ('It, ..... ...............A pril 3 * l ................. ....... Ma 7 l:1; ,1:iti k (ity ........ ... .. ..... ... June 8 NIi.-u :a ... ....... ....... ............ . Ju tie 21 . er 1.o) tle ('ity.... ...... ............ September (No lir'.e at aitie tilerm, buit by agreement. "\1iri4ia (ity. ................ . . . Se pt. 24) .. .. l .........................(..Otoier 4 Iai: itl:. C'ity , ..... ...... . . .......... O :tble(. r1llt ])i:im .,wt (:il y . .......... . ......... . . . ....O t er 18 11 .................. . .... Nov. 1 S-h ................................ Nov 8 SL ty .... ....... Dec 6 in ktl t itih ai i-t:i i-k 1 are U. S. Distr...

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. — 7 May 1875

tuilver in Montana--Concentrating. - Mirag a:d b.ri.ti*c Prya Veltave received a package of specieins from the famous Legal Teuder mine, Jeffer son county, Montaia. The different char atcters of ore in the specimnwls will yield (assay value per ton) silver from $300 to $15,000. Some clear ruby silver .re fromi this iine assays $21,000 per ton. Tihe main shaft of the mine, one of the most prominent in Montana, is now down 430 feet; levels have been run every 60 or 70 feet. The work of running the 300 and 360-feet levels is being pushed, and a dis tance of 150 feet each way from the shaft is expected to be made early this summer. Stoping above the 230-ft. level is now in full blast, and the owners say it presents a good wall of very rich ore. In the bottom of the shaft they now have a two-foot vein of fine ore, containing ruby and native bil ver. A 16-lorse power engine does all tie work of hoising water, waste and ore in 40-gallon tubs. Fuel consumed, one cord of wood in 24 hours, at...

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. — 14 May 1875

the btr 1orth=tWest DEER LODGE, MONTAlNA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I I .a r a S a a C 1 Time .................. 2 1 $5 7 8 310 20 $30 S.................. 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 ................ 4 7 8 12 14 20 33 48 1 Month ................. 5 8 10 1416 2538 51 2 ................. 71012 18 24 85 0 5 8 9 12 15 22 1') 50 70 100 " ............. 11 15 I25 8 50 75 100 1o60 J Year.................... 16 25 40 55 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterIy, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent, more than reg. ular 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. PI Itt) ,"E3 I()N AL CAIItD8. ATTOI'NO E"YS W. F. SANDERS, ATT'ORNEY AT LAW. IIELENA, - MONTANA. J.'lys.lcians atnd ?urgeonll . CHAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 May 1875

Jas. H. ills, : : Editor and Publisher. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY. -You cannot hold nineteen at cribbage: but this is the ninateenth week of the Beecher-Tilton cribbage game, and they have not pegged down and out yet. -The rumor is current, of what credi bility we are not advised, that Indian Agent Whaley, of Jocko, has been super ceded by an appointee with a satchel. -Texas is going to build two penitentia ries and has instructed the Commissioners to select sites where iron can be made-one northward of the Trinity river and another westward of the Colorado river. -A Dakota judge has decided that under the Territorial laws an Indian cannot be convicted of murdering one of his kind. Exchange. And for the matter of that lie might have said one of anybody's kind. -The Black Hills expeditionists who were arrested were released on promise of future good behavior. Those who went from Sioux city made poor progress owing to the heavy roads, it sometimes requiring a double team to pull empty wagon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 May 1875

COURT TERMS--1875. ScrnEME COURT January 4th and Aueunt 9th at the ('apital. U. B. DISTRICT AND TEItITOIIIAT. COURTP. Radersbnrg.......... ....... .... February 8th Ilzcmnu............. ..............March15 \'irinia City........ ...... .........March 5 ':;a:l lond Citv.... ... .................... Aptill2 slier lodi' City . .. ...............April 3 *I.l.hn . .........................May 7 In ('tiy ... .. ....... ... JI nes MI' l::k . . . ... .. . ...... . n ll 26 aUe ,r ,, t' City.... ............... Se.e.ember I (No latt r' It asoe' term, h it by a. reement. -Virdiinia 'it . . .. ..... . ...... . Sept. 211 S ...............(. :ltober 4 atRiitck ity .........Octh.er 11th I)ian lnd City ........ ..................O oltu er 18 *II ln I ... ... ... .. .... ........ .. ... . N ov. 1 iL,1.11, in .. .............. ............ Nov. 1 si-i ltsa ... ....... . .......... ..... ..N ov. 5i ) .r L.ol'1e c.'tly ... ......... ler. 6 I h,-e In uiked with ani aeteii: k ('I are U. S. District t.Ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 May 1875

JAY GOULD. "'GATH" SKETCHES WALL STEET'S HERO. Peouliarities of the Great Modern Operator Him Recent Speculations and Present Schemes-The Capture of Pacific MaiX Wall street, so much derided by com monplace cities as the Devil's Exchange, is at this moment a mirror of what is taking place everywhere. Instead of a dozen heroes in its Pantheon, there is but one Jay Gould. He has nearly broken Daniel Drew, the head of thebears. RufusHatch, whose operation with Michigan Southern stock in 1867 netted $2,185,000, has been exploded by Gould, and has sailed for Europe. Henry Keep has been five years asleep under a $100,000 mausoleum, and his wife has found a husband for the $4, 000,000 he left her, in Judge Schley, of Georgia. Vanderbilt no longer visits the street, and his stocks hold their high figure from the integrity of the man; that is, Vanderbilt will not permit his own stocks to fall on his friends, although the condi tion of the Lake Shore Railroad seems to be anything but sound. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 May 1875

DEER LODGE, XOWNTAA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Time ................... 2 3 5 7 8 8110 20. 530 " .................. : 1 6 12 15 25 40 S .................. 4178 2 14 20 33 48 1 Month ................ 5 8 10 14 1 25 38 55 S .......... 70 12 18 24 35 40 75 8 ................. 9 12 15 22 8 50 70 100 8 . .... 11I 15 2i 85 50 75 100 1160 1 Year ..................... 16 ;2 140 1 55 70, 90 l40 '250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Translent advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular 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. uv .u. Ia yI ouse oIn ucIrery. I'lC()[`IýI ONL Al CARDS. A'|.' OItN : ..-YS W. F. SANIDERS, A-'I"I'() ORNEY" AT LAW. IH EIENA. - MONTANA. l'la ysicllnrs and Muall geons. CHAS. F. MUSSIIBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT TIHE CITY DRUo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Mon...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 May 1875

ý.ý . JKlb, Z :tW-'Lr~nd .i~er .ISSUE ~D E V ER r-F R D A V -Koopmanschap, the Coolie importer, says the attempt to substitute Chinese for negro labor in the South has proved a fsil ure. -The report is now thatPierrepont is to succeed'Secretary Fish, and in that event a new Attorney-General will probably be chosen from the western States. -The Brooklyn Star and Eagle each fur nished versions of Mrs. Tilton's letter to Judge Neilson and they are as dissimilar as the outward and inner lives of the Brook lyn Scandal parties Can mre b-s -Our readers will recollect a telegraphic item recently, stating that "Buffalo gnats were killing many horses and cattle in Tennessee." All the Philadelphia morn ing papers had the item "Buffalo goats." Two or three more such breaks and the Centennial Exhibition will be a failure. -Walla Walla is troubled with czoakers, and the Spirit of the West has assumed the herculean task of weeding them out.-Port land Bulletin. And the Spirit has yielded to the fle...

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