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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 May 1875

COURT TERMS -1875. Surn'am CounT January 4th and Auenst 9th at the Capital. 1. a. DIaTRICT ASD TEIIIITORIAL COeCer. Radersburg .......... ..............Febrnay 8th Bozeman....... .... Marhl *Virginia City ........ ... March g n~iamond City.... ........ April *Deer Lodge 'ity ........ ... April 8 * eleIrna.. . .. ................ .......Mav Bannack City. ............. ...........Jaine 8 Missoula.... .............. .... .... . June 6 ',"eer Iodge City........ .... ...... iembm 1 (N o lure:s at :above term, hit by a.itueltntu.) *Virtni: C'Ity.. ...... Nrpt. S iRaderhbarg ... .. ....... ...Octob "r 4 lBannack City ..... ..... .tober 11th Diamond City ....................... O toher 18 Sll.rhni .........N.ov. 1 iJozm'in ............................. I'rV. 1 ,i iaoula .............. ov.................. . 8$ *(leer Lolie City ...........Dec. 6i Those ma ked with an astelr k [1 are U. . Distrlct (orllt (trms - --- -- - a e-------- Agent at Haelen Mn. Bas. R. DITTEs is authorized saent of t...

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. — 21 May 1875

!UR3rLR DISASBTER AT BSA. Wreck of the steamr schi1p-Two u TLS LOst. LlosDoxl, May 8.« The Eagle Luws 5 n ship Schiller, Captain Thomas, whiph sailed from New York April 28th fr HBamburg, by way of Plymouth and Oherbourg, has been wrecked off the 8cily Islamn. It is reported that two hudAd persons have perished. NEW YORK, May 8.-The Schillr sailed fkom here with one hundred and forty-nine cabin passengers. LONDOn, May.8, 2:.80 p. m.-Additional particulars receved of the wreck of the steamship Shihller shows that the disaster is fully as terrible as at flirst reported. The accident occurred at 10 o'clock at last night at which hour the steamuship stuck on the dangerous Retarriere ledges near Bishop's Rock. A fog prevailed at the time. A boat belonging to Stagnes, the southern most of the Scilly Islands, has landed some of the survivors of the wreck at St. Mary's Island. Others werepicked upwhile swim ming with the tide. They had several nar row escapes from drowning, and were a numbe...

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. — 28 May 1875

DEER, Y 0XTAXA. mbt Ld6 b+iHNAet RATES OF ADVERTISBING. 1 Time.................1 $5 $7 $10 810 2 ..... 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 " . 4 7 8 12 14 20 3 48 1 Month...... .........: ' 8 10 14 16 25 8 6 S . ............... 7 1012 1824|85 60 75 3 . 2... 12 15 30 50 70 100 4 " .......11 15 25 i 50 75 100 160 1 Year .................l16 25 40 55 70 90 1140 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. l' I()FEs8.[ONAL CARDS. ATI'TOIN EYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HEILENA. M- ONTANA. I'hysti clans at id Surgeons. CHAS. F. MUSS3IBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 26'7 A. H. MI'CHILL, M. D., Physieilan and Su...

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. — 28 May 1875

J that .iused to election is Jatening his neod he would nf,. third term. 'It woulk. ng if the authors of those . send in a written retraction. --ouncii Bhnk. had a grand demonstra tion on the evening of the 15th over the decision of the United States Supreme Court .that Council Bluffs,is the ea4tern terminus of the. Union Pacific Railroad. That bridge toll has been a nuisance that everybody west of it will rejoice in being abated. The bridge henceforth is part of the U. P. R. 1R. -Territorial Treasurer, R. O. Hickman, has tendered his resignation to Governor Potts and. the same has been accepted,' to take effect July 1st, 1875. The resignation Was doubtless owing to .he removal of the Capitol to Helena and that Mr. Hickman's other businets inlrests keep him at Vir ginia. We believe he has bWen a thorough ly faithful, correct and competent officer. It is stated authoritatively that Mr. D. H. Weston, than whom there is no bettor man in Montana, will be the successor. -This is the kind...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 May 1875

( 3 [0 .1 t '1T T ' ;1 l; 1 : --- 1 8 7 5 . SrnPIL E CounT Jallllliry -th ýnd An. uet 9th at the Capital. U. P. IITRICT AND TEIIIlTOIIItAL (OLHTP. Radlersburg ....... ....... .. ....Februily Nth zeman ....... ...... ............ ... March15 *Virginia City .................... . ......March 5 r;,amond City ... ...........................Apiil2 *l)ier Lodge City ..... ...............April 3 *lele .na .. .. . ..... ........ . ....... Ma ? 7 Binnack City ............ .... ... .... ..... una M i co la ... ....... ....... ............ . Juue 26 *.L e1r Lole City .......... ........ September (No )urie· it above term, bat by agreement.) * Viruinia C'it .. . ..... .............. Sept. 21 ltderanut i . ........... ............ ...October 4 Ilanul k City ............... ...........Oct tuer 11th t)iam ind City ............................O toh r 18 *Helh mnr .... ... ... .. ............ ......Nov. 1 Hi., tz m nl ... ..... .. ...... ............ N ov. 1 li -oul: .. ........ .... ..................

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 May 1875

4Y* UTIONB ANDANWRAS. - RorETT, 111., April24, 1875 In what book, chapter, and verse of the Bible can we find where it is said there is a time for all things. 8. J. D. Ansteer.-Eclesiastes,third chapter, from the first to the ninth verses, inclusive. INLAND, Mich., April 19. Why da stars seem to twinkle ? I. D. Anu.-The apparent twinkling of the stars is caused by the light from them pass ing through vearous heated and moving currents of air, by which the direct passage of the rays is disturbed. RocKFoRD, Mich., April 19. 1. What is the total assessed value of proprty in the city of Chicago, also in the tate of Illinois? 2. What is the total val ue of property in the city of New York, also in the State of New York. C. C. E. B. Ass. 1. The assessed valuation of the property in Illinois is about $500,000,000, and in the city of Chicago about $300,000, 000. 2. The value of property in the State of New York was, by the last census $1, 967,001,185, and of the city of New York $928,2 464,...

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. — 4 June 1875

It em itortl= Ikst, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ý t C q Cý jr ..7 0 2 40 '3 75 1 ................... $ 2 1 5 7 $8 $10 $20 10 3 i 1012 15 25 40 i . 4 7 8 12 14 20 821 481 I 'It h ...... 5 'S 10 14 16 25 58 55 7 10 11 18 24 ;6 ) 75 .................. I 1 7lSo. 15 00 1; ....01A ................. 16 2 40 5i 70 9lh 0 140 250 1H'onlar advertising payable quarterly, a. due. Tr intiet adverti-intt payable in advance. ýptcitl Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular advertisements. Ira l adverti'inig. 15 cents for the first insertion; 1I cints per line for each succeeding Insertion; lit * cronted in Nnuparlel measure. J5o Work payable on delivery. 'i~t)H'E i iI(>NAL CAIt 11%. IV. F. M A N )E IS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA. - MONTANA. I'Ply EllIn-* a :tel 1trgaeo)Ini'. CHAZ. F. MUJSSIG2ROD, M. D., PHYStCIAN AND SUIOEON. OveFI-le AT TILE CITY Dnuo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will at eni to lpofet'ri al calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., P Ity -I cia.n :a 1 n . ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 June 1875

isa. $. Mills, d:tor! and Publisher. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY. -Stocks looked up a little in the San Francisco market last week. -We acknowledge from Delegate Magin nis copies of the messages and documents of the Interior Department for '72.'73. -The Misseaslian, under the dispensation of Barbour & Aspling, comes duly to band and evinces energy, ability and skill in the matter and make-up. Success to it. -The telegraph line having been repaired from Helena to Pleasant Valley, behaved pretty well for a few days, but has again "grounded." Perhaps the arguments in the scandal trial had the effect to " Beach her." -The New York Herald, in noticing Sherman's Memoirs, re-opens the question of ''Who was the Hero of the War ? " and is in doubt between Lincoln and Lee, McPherson and Jackson, Sherman and Johnson. The Philadelphia Press grasps the situation and avers it was the private volunteer. That's so; the worthiest heroes of the war carried the muskets. -Miss Moody, daughter of the Americ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 June 1875

Mul-mwMe COuTR "lannory 4th i~d Antiuutlt a444t the T'. P. I I-TliC1 AND' TE~iP.)1'O)14 A). Cu) 4)4r.~ Ri .r-'ho't . Fehronrv f'rh *1'l' i i~t itc .. ... .. .. ... m1' 101,~ \! , . . . . .. . .. rtt1, . 21 No 4 11,4I ;, Ottkl1r n7 S. n c i'tt Agen alfl Helena...... 2: N. 'Ii N)44 ' ..ti tl' .r .... 'NA .il' F' 1!1' 1' t IE W!t' "'ir 1AM t I .. 11.vu ... .-..);hI . Ii", ~'1' hor ~iz A1 "1 111 411' N4t... N I'1 .....' fu .... ftY O Mo .1'1 ... .. I)).I 10 .....i' u1~'4 4d A i 11\ 'Ilit` 1;Y4't.:1' 4A' .-IE. .1.I. ItIION l Iil it llc II 4 a'1. r::1) :n 41. 40. ) 0 Ui tfi'i~l4I'.C .',' fo ~III )11 14 4.1)0' 01 I0. I0 6 Agt n 1t Misol Cou). Tfu.(1t f:' ;t :.-ý nue monliths Sinc'e, <ic siii l! to substitute steam lot mafenutl litah( in liopellin f the Pewet Press of the NEw Noit'ru-` i:s r, we replesti ct Messrs. S. M. Peihigll & Co,, of New York to put chase for us a aDaxtel' engine, mattulfactutired by the ('(olt's Fire Arns Mantfacturing (o., IlartforId, Coni., and with it such ...

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

QUVETION, AN, ANdWr4 . Fros the Chi a.o IntarOceaa. RIrLEY, Iowa, Nay 6, 1875. Please it to who was Can's iiife. E. IT. Answer.-We cannot say. She had left Ch o ego before we came here. Lo.MAx, Ill., May 11. How can a good mucilage be made, suit able for scrap books, that will not sour or mold in hot weather? D. R. Ans.-The beat adhesive mixture for making a scrap book is common starch dis selved in boiling water. DEXTER, Iowa, May 10. Is there anything that will remove freck les and blotches from the face and improve the complexion ? Ans.-Dissolve three grains of borax in five drachms each of rose water and orange flower water. A very simple and harmless remedy is equal parts of glycerine and rose water applied every night and allowed to dry. AFTON, Wis., May 10. What were the alien and sedition laws, tinder whose administration were they passed, and what was the effect? G. L. F. Ana.-The alien and sedition laws were passed under the administration of John Adams. They grew out of t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 June 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. OF ADVERTISIXU?. ;i 1 1: 1%7 12: 9 ' ' 1 S 21 . . . .......... 1'1 1 , :it % ,C (!, Si) S:K 10 !:, f l :".i I~ 110 11 7( I·;·, . , rt: : · l a la lil i ll I'i al! ;1 ; ' · : l ' },: ·~: cen~t. 100(0 au rlre - coI\Ir i·i, · fnl or th~e frstt j·.ri n 1w, i",r 1 -h succerdi n~ in- rti.,n; t1..ýali In~alre on an re( r - --- -- Cut fo - c rt1 'o ' UN-,KY Al' TLAl. M. N 'I'AN A. S° i t Ir, l t ~.palt . " a1, . . Av . ZI;|. U I h3 _ ., *. . 1 ; I: \T Ti'In11 ('"!I'y ])Il i i'l );F. I', r "Lolc, - - - - - - Montana. 1ii' ::"il : 1' , ,u ~f,--i hal 'ill I 'in ton, i. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I' il .'- I Ia 4 . : ir d 4 ii r ,t r (o r( . . ' - - M i. NT.N . ,, :. to i,: '.,"1s in ' " N.. , !'I N!' If Ti, ' , ! P. 1 " ,. .'m' e: 'l .,t '¾:Ž Git 3cf tthe nWaorlrd. . i nch. lnv..son &. CtO., Firzt National Bank, '". i.. . i' D: .rtT!. ' , , I.7 ` t -. 1 h , 1'11+1 I , ,. . 1.1_N, ii - O Pi 3- iii Ii ".- T :. ·~. i · !c.:: i , ,"(i. : ,i "L ·i 0 - 1I I 'u. . . . '0l 0 ...I'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 June 1875

ah e tl eu'W et r Jas. . Mills, : Editor and Publisher. I'UED EVERY' FRIDAY. --Montana Inteinal Revenues hold up well, being about the same as last year. Collector Fuller has already received about $14.000 for Special Taxes for the year com mencing May 1st. -The Avant Courier intimates strongly i that the project of having a fair at Boze man is a failure, and endorses the recom mendation of the Times that a good support be given to the Gallatin Fair. -Phil. Sheridan's friends presented him a superb silver tea set a few days before his marriage. With his known dislike for presents and display it is surprising he did not give them a set back. -The Bismarck Tribune of May 26th says: "The Josephine left on Sunday for the headwaters of the Yellowstone with General Forsythe, Col. Fred. Grant and party. She will be gone about three weeks." -Indians who are opposed to selling the Black Hills, are said to be disposed to "keep the 'ills they have rather than fly to those they know not of."-Ac...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 June 1875

` I I 1, ::i I'' {. A . l- P i I:1 . . ... .. "i 1111," .j 1r .. O t 2 -'I) ·:(Jibil I "it Axcnt at Helena v):'. KS I'C ti llF. 1 A ,nut V% 10 V ILL F. agent ftr Missoula County. v . ~ t 1.- .r i- ,It ily itthar.t - . Axer:t for the " ' n i \'l" in \1i-a , itt' td ' . Patro.I. ( Agent At Radersburg ,:,, NI W NoTITi '. WEST fir Jeffers.nM , ,1 t p' : i i t l i ,i th h it Agent of Northcrn Camps. !, . I.t ti r:N i the duly niereditd A -lenit of l ii NEW N 'ti ' x\\'! 51' l, Blaxikfto-t. xi'ashini - .,h lIr-,vn. )T" " lrt:n. L.inc.ol. (:re. t'w iid, Hel :n • ". ' \itiri;] . Ile 15111 Itranel et al l h niiI '5 for , .: in th e camps. Patrm: will p.,awe govern Dcn:ocrat c Central Ccmmittee. \.tlert's of the )Deer Lodige DemIetratie (, :! al. i (tommil itte H ill mee att I)eer I.ldgri ( (',its W,.dncstldy .Jnne 16th at 2 o'clock p. i1 I'~t tlie h t i r1,i"se iof alllu'ti",inig the c , i;t.!t n d 1f. r othel business VW. . A.('L i.. . 'iha irmtan. lt:i;n Ll:ý. June 90h. IS 7. 31('-it I -Li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 June 1875

SAM. BU r ii.WORiJ.. An Eventtul Career nru -'.D--,.n Sickle Fl end. Sr nm th" r t, n. S arv Sru . ;:iD. Buil t'rwoi|lth dwcd I n tt.nicii I st w,'ek. I Ic w . a iren .k.tl,,. i tl il I manI1y re'in Cis.'. .Acomtnlplished. h nd.lclsol and ci urll-I'oIut, lie .ias VeIiy pi lpl i l nile 'ii those who kinew himn. \V hen 1)an. Sickle> killed Philip IBarton Key, BrLterwortl'. name was telegraphed from one end of the country to another as the companion of the murdered man. His early life was event ful. Butterworth was born at or near Ncw burgh in this State. His first practice was law. When quite a young man lie went out to Misissisipi, and was popular thele until the bravos and duelists of tihe Stat decided that lie must be killed in order t,, be negative. A picked duelist challenger him or insulted him, and lButterworth went to the field wvith a great crowd aroundt botl, ptincipals, only a few of whom were witli the " Yankee " intruder. They were both. armed with a revolver in hand, ...

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. — 18 June 1875

ihe Neodb:tl;Wedt DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ._I 1=I 0 M @5ý. I Time................... $2 $3 $7 88 10 220 130 Si .. e to 12 15 25 40 3 . ................. 4 7 8 12 14 20 83 48 1 Month................. 5 8 10 14 16 25 88 55 S 7 10112 18 35 60 75 3 .. ................ 9 12 15 22 1 0 50 70 100 6 " .................. 11 1 3 50 1 75 100 160 1 Year.................... 16 2 40 55 70 190 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular advertisements. L.ael 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. I' It(I" '4 4M ICNAL CAltDS3. A'I'T(ý14N F YS W. F. SANI)F.It , \T TOTzNEY AT LAW. itllLENA. - MONTANA. I'ih lcit5 1l15 and( traurgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OWtICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 June 1875

Jas. R. Kills, Rd itor ana Pubiaher. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY. -Joaquin Miller is sent to Philadelphia as the accredited correspondent of aleading London Journal at the Centennial. Henmay be a great gun as a correspondent but the way he threw his Minnie was a small caliber exploit. -San Francisco is to have a new Dem ocratic newspaper. Michael Hayes issues the Prospectus and we presume Dennis J. Toohey Esq., late of the Salt Lake Tribune, is to be editor. The name will be the San Francisco Democrat. -Over in Madison county 8. W. Hurst, Dem., W. H. Archer Dem.,and J. C. Lang don Dem., are announced candidates for Sheriff; W. W. Morris, Dem., and W. H. Rodgers, Dem.,for Treasurer; A. V. Corry, Rep., J. M. Knight, Dem*, and N. J. Davis Rep., for Clerk and Recorder,subject to the action of the conventions. -Mr. John M. Barrett, formerly on the editorial staff of the New Orleans Picayune and St. Louis Times has taken the position of editor of the Helena Independent. His articles indicate that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 June 1875

~pw ghttteWet. C(O UTIU' TERMS -1875. $1 111: Cot-.T Jianuary 4th and Adztint 9th at the Capital. r. s. T.I T1ICtA\D TERRITORIAL WOURYT. Ra rsi ..rg . ...February 8th I, .... ........ . March15 l n I ..... ... .. ..... . . ......M arch 5 °I e Le a ( t, . . .. .. ... .April II *llr1, 6i..... ................. ........ Mit 4 Ttirn vk (ity .................. .Jane 8 )I 1.l t.................... .Jun.. 26 tr P Citv.... .... ........ September 1 (\o iure at alore tern, but by agreement.) "x trci ia ( lty.. ...... dept.. 90 H 4 "I .h n r.......... ..... .... ...Otto'r 4 irawk it .. ... .October 11th I~i. mit i ity.................October 18 "1."ItI i......................Nov. 1 Sit ........ .. Nov. 1 ',ti -i ,!1a..................... Nov. 8 Tht~e in irked with an asterisk ['1 are U. S. Diotrict (~it, tnr. Agent at Helena. )ti. IleN. R. DITTrE a'thorized acent of the NEW NORTH-WEST for HELeNA and UNION VILLE. Agent for Missoula County. 1Ti. Anrt T curis duly authortzed Acent for the NEW NO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 June 1875

A OA KEDAL *UN Description at a Rstmarkable Australian Vegetable Dr. Jay in the South Australian Reefater. If you can imagine a pine-apple, eight feet high and thick in proportion, rest ing upon its base, and denuded of leaves, you will have a good idea of the trunk of the tree, which, however, was not the color of a banana, but was a dark, dingy brown, and apparently as hard as iron. Prom the apex of this fusticated cone (at least two feet in diameter) eight huge 'haves sheer to the ground, like doors swinging back on their hinges. These leaves, which are joined at the top of the trees at regular intervals, were about eleven or twelve feet long, and shaped very much like the leaves of an American aguave or century plant. They are two feet through in the thickest part and three feet wide, tapering to a sharp point that looks very much like a cow's horn, very convex on the outer (but not under) surface, and the tin der (now upper) surface slightly concave. This concave surface was th...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 25 June 1875

ýc81Inn ort-ed DEER LODM MORIJA RATES OF ADVERTISING. - 4 .................. 7 8 12 14 20 83 481 , Month ................., 5 8 10 14 16 25 88 56 ................. 7 10 12 18 24 85 1 0 75 , " ................. 9 ! 12 15 22 4 3 150 70 100 6 " .................. 1it 15 25 8r3 50 75 100 160 1 Y....r......... ...... 16 125 40 55 70 90 140 250 Relar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Translient advertising payable in advance. pei-cial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg lar adrvertisements. .Local advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines co ellted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. 4"It) 1-';I/"-;*ION.I .. 4'A It **1.-. .F. 1\s1N I sF It.., .'"i'O)I"NEY AT LAWV. 'I :,1.FNA. MONTANA. I'Pa s.is'I:ws I.1. 1(1 ,I .rlre-..n,.'. CHIC. F. .MUJSSIG3ROD, M. D., PHYSI'IAN AND SUN.0A N. OFFlICE AT TIIE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - ontana. Wil! at tend to professiuloal eAl in town. 217 A. H. MITCHELL, M....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 25 June 1875

$ E t EVERY FR IPuDblah. tRUED EVIERY FRIDAY., --Judge 2elson, of the U. S. District Court of Minnesota, has decided that the Civil Rights Act of last winter is Constitu tional. Judge Nelson is a Democrat and the decision cannot therefore be accredited to partisan feeling. It is the first affirming its constitutionality. -During the past ten days there have been a large number of commercial and broker's failures in London and Manchester, principally firms engaged in or connected with the East India trade. They fail heavy too; the liabilities of three firms are for over $1,000,000 each. -The San Francisco Chronicle, which before the Republican Convention was throwing hot shot into the Independent ranks, has since the nomination of Phelps chopped around and as bitterly denounces the action of the :Convention. "Rule or Ruin" probably explains the chop. -Professor Jenney's exploration of the Black Hills is evidently going to test the truth or fallacy of the saying that "gold is where yo...

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