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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 25 June 1875

TRAVELINGO AGNT MR. O. McFAI:.AnD is authorized Traveling Ageant fu,r the NEW NORTHI WEST in the East Side coun ties of Montana. Patrons will plcase atttle with Lin. RIESLIGIOUS. Pl1ztsrYTEmr.A. -REv. J. R. Russel will preach in the Presbyterian Church Sunday next at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Union Sunday School in the same place at 2 p. in. A NNOUNCEMENTS. John Noyes of Butte City will be candi. date for bheriff of Deer Lodge county at the ensuing election subject the action of the Deer Lodge Democratic County Conven tion. 312-t. d. William Wilson. of Lost Creek. will be candidate for Sheriff of Deer Lodge county at the ensuing election.subject to the action of the Deer Llodge Democratic County Con vention. 312-t. d. LOCAL NEWVS. ARRIIVALS AT SCOTT IHOUSE. Tntr+ntoy. JUNE 17TIl. W P Smith lissoula W B Dance City Ian .James no C E Irviee do rhos James do Con Kohra do iMcMinn American Bar Jno Brown do uno Dovelspeck Blackfoot J Rlamdell do J W Nelson Div Gulch C ('hiln)hers do Mo DAY, JUN...

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. — 25 June 1875

ECuutinued frIH lrast page.] .Comlittee, to be held by them either as eatfitmatory evideotes or munmuaents of title to be uned accordingly by them. PREn.UEED STOUCK. Preferred stock shall be created and issued to the amount of $51,000,000 (being a majority of the share capital) for the following purposes : To rtirethe principal e of the outstanding 78.10 bonds, and the Interest thereon due and to become due up to and including July e1st, 1878, at the rate of 8 per cent., currency, per annum. And also to retire the principal and Interest, to and including January 1st 1875, of the land warrant bnmds ; to pay the floating debt, not protected under the existing orders of the court; and, generally, for the purpose of carrying into eflrect this elan. This preferred stock shall have all the rights and privileges of the common stock, including voting power, and the holders thereof shall be entitled to dividends, not exceeding eight per cent. per annum as the "net earnings " hereinafter defi...

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. — 2 July 1875

DEEZ O DGE,MOpTARA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. i5 S,.i..I .-.q. w .'; .,l 1 Time...... . 2 4.. 87 8 810 $0 3 2 ...... .. .... i 8 10 12 15 25 40 .... 8 12 14 20 83 48 1 Month................. 5 8 10 14 16 25 88 55 .. 7 1 12 18 24 835 60 75 3 ................. 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 6 " .................. 11 125 . . 50 75 100 I Year.................... 1625 40 15 170 90 140 250 J , nar.....................1o i, 19~ 1 07 IU i Wl 114U [2M Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advanc e. 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. _it -." I.v-i,.I t( N I. UAltiD--. !S. F. A Ni)EItS, ,TTI"I' )NEY AT LAW. !iFI ENA. - MONTANA. illh y.ii lla nue nllid 'ilur eon1s. CHAS. F. MUSSI3IROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFlFICFS AT TIIE CITY DRUO STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - ...

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. — 2 July 1875

mILLS & KESSLER, PROPRIETORS -The Chicago Inter.Ocean thinks BIen Butler will be re.elected to Congress ii n 1876. ex -General Briabin advises the Philadel- 1 phia Black Hillers to stay at home for the le present : Good advice. U -The Herald and Independentl are having tI sharp rifle practice on the skirmish line p these days. Some good shots have been ti made on both sides. it -The Philadelphia Times has got along a well enough in three months to buy the lot corner 8th and Chestnut streets, Phila delphias, for $141.000 -The Londer-Pnce stones Dearing on the Beecher-Tilton case are now alleged to be wholly false and a part of a conspiracy which implicates some of the prominent parties on the Tilton side. d -Col. W. Milhor Roberts, formerly, and o at present for aught we know to the con- t trary, Chief Engineer of the N. P. R. R., p has been appointed Commissioner of the ti Philadelphia Water Works. -Mines Metals and Arts the new St. s Louis Mining Journal is coming up to front r...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 July 1875

ut'n z C,' rw .1 tniry Plhi mI A.out Nth at the l''pitaI. U. P. I'TIC1I A F. ;,.II1'n.IAL. core:T. Radomrr!, ll;fi ... .. · ....Fcbrua-v 8th l~nttua .. ... ... .. . . ... .. .. Atttrh h1 S il:t liy ... .nrcl 6 I r L. . . . ...... ...April 3 lI~i~ ~y.......8~e~ Jti<-c).l iR ... . ..... . . lnnr 211 I,.or 'oloe llt y..... .......... 8cmlem her I 'o inre II &lu' term, b.lit niv a'rcuetnet. t 'V'ir. 'inla 'il . ... .................. . Sept. 21) II .,1 g -h t" <)Ctoltr 4 Itt '-wkfirt ......Or~t·',hnrilth iI nnnnlll iy ........ ........... ........ 0.toher 18 .,t 1"ut ....... ................. . NCov. I It /. "I) .. .... ............ Nov. 1 \i ii. .......................... ..Nov 8 If -· .r I.- nv . .... ..ic( 6 lllll,( n inkid with anI aI'ei-k ("1 ai-e U. 8. Di-t icl TRAVEL1N3 A3mNr !tit. G. McFARIAr l ii autlhorizedl Traviling Ajent for the N1W NOTHIlI WEST in the EDit Side co:zn ti, - f Mntalni. Iath-one wIll pie etule wll liitt. Agents of the Now Narth-West. 'r c following ...

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. — 2 July 1875

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Froa the (Char.. Inter.Ocemn. IOWA CITY. Iwa, June 2. 1875. 1. When was the Iielleiplmt first brid.cd? 2. Why did Napoleon prefer to be crowned With the iron crown of ('harlemnla.n'? 8. \hich is the isldest ni w-lmp.er i mn lth Ulnite d S.ates now in sncessIlul ,pJmrat ioi ? 4. Wlhele and wheIn was this first linen manulactured ? F. It. 11. Ans.-1. The Hellespont is not bridged, and has never been, except by Xerxes, who threw a chain of boats across it in 481 B. C. It was soon destroyed by a storm, for which the straits were whipped. 2. Purely as a matter of fancy, Charlemagne having been the ablest monarch the country had previously known. 3. The Philadel phia North American, established in 1771, we think. 4. See Genesis, xli, 42. LEIOHTON, Iowa, June 1, 1875. 1. Did the government promise the sol diers of the late war 160 acres of land, and how did it happen to be so understood? 2. How mamny railroads terminate in Chica go? 3. Which was the greatest battle o...

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. — 9 July 1875

RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Time................. .2 . 5 7 8 10 2 ............... 3 6 10 12 5 25 40 S78................. 12 14 20 83 48 I Month...... .... 5 8 l0 14 16 25 38 56 2 7 10 12 1 24 85 80 75 3 9 12 15 22 0 0 70 100 6 ..............l 15 25 85 60 75100 10 1 Year ........ ....!6 1 2 40i 1 5 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly. as due. Tran.ient advertising payable in advance. special Noti.es are 50 per cent, more than reg ular advertlsements. L.cal advertising. 15 cents for the flrst insertion; 10 cents per line for each sueceeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. .lob Work payable on delivery. .ii"g ' "14" i' , 'Alt" -. .F. I' s.\N IIE Is, '\T'fIc-.INEY AT LAWV. i !:l ENA. MONTANA &' Ie t.i(ln ll,. a Ia Musronw. CH.A3. . . 'J3SSIt38O , M. D., PHYSIIANI AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DIUO STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will atttend to professional calls in town. 2;7 A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., -Ofliece omw dor north of Poetolice- DEI',R LODG...

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. — 9 July 1875

I-a WUrsI*, wa~Ci ixiiasrsa *5 LODGZ.OUO T 22113U0A hr50lf -CftARLZS CoorEL. For Trssrer.-WZLnT JONES. hr Probate Juds.- O. B. o'B&rnxrox. hobr Cary and Reorder.-DAn'L Knio. l br Ome E ztmember.-Wm. H. CL~ozT.T. hr DirkS aUttosre.-(no nomination.) hbr Cejmmi honer.-Swmicea JoHnSON. hr Esrvegor.-D. L. McFABLAww. Pbr Cioroner.-Parzz VALITOn. -Tie Salt Lake Tribune calls it the Screeober-Bilkem case. --PFourth of July and convention busi nmsenrmoaches on our space this week to the exclusion of other matter. After every body else has had a say is time enough for us. --Pending the hearing in the Extradition case in Helena a gentleman who desired to see the international question settled ami cably proposed that the United States should give Great Britian 29 live Indians for the 29 killed and let the British bhve the choice of the bands. Rather than have any trouble about it Uncle Sam might throw in an Agent or two. -Our neighbors in Lewis & Clarke Coun ty have made the following n...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 July 1875

c.":. t IE ('u flC r J.:nittur 4th? ti"t4 At! trtt tlth nt the ....II 1H1.. . .. . . . . . . . .'u n a c ý l tti .... ... ... .......Marl, "i ... .·hc.;r ........... p { -" ' . .. . · ........ill.r 21 it ;/Uttkttttil~t X. attehi Iu ~o I' itc .... ....... ... .. ..Y3L TC·.... tc h th t I.'- ........ ..... ..............0 .t. t I:·ý ý..L I'iy ý ~ . .. .. ... .... .... ... .. 1;,1".lt~ ........ . V. tt i a . D itt · ·· ·· ·· · · · ··....~ ~'~ TIZAVELING AGLENT i. , ' A.:ui.A i- aut ho, iz.d Travelinh Agent `. t .W NOIt'I11 WFLT in the EL.t Side courn . .f ,,:.ta. latrom s will I leme settle with him ^-anls of the New Nosth-West. i , ,I _r . .,li ni e ac IulthoLI izLt to act as . c , to' honord at this ofic i l:. :,, It. hillt.- .. l.. ick, ha ..D Itklooi. a . ii 1 .. ....... ti ur.I. I ,t i' , ...t . ..I . . . . -ne i Iit '"rIV: x-li':". J. . l . hRussel will I c h in the iPresbtyterian ('hutrch Sundayd , di! :it t11 a. . iln I p . l t s.t at I .i. " ]'ITI.:IY l I-..'ING. - "liho fO il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 July 1875

AN1 Aaº AQIUAE AT BSA 'ie a8t blbug of the k aunts Off Mar bad. -Xhe Experience of aw Boston Snip. The ship Hamilton, of B ,ston, Ity at her pier in Brooklyn yeaterd.ty. a picture of nautical neatness. Fiint Officer Iill. a Sfue-looking, brown-faced, brown-mona tached young man,clad in the popularsailor garb of snowy shitt and blue trow:ers walk ed the deck. "We reached hereyesterday," Manilla, with 44,000bags ofsugar. dn the said he, " after a voyage of 129 days from 4th of June, about three o'clock in the morning, Iras standing aftnear the wheel, in charge of the vessel. We were then not far from the Island of Barlaidoes,in latitude nintedy degrees, sixteen minutes north,and longitude fifty-seven degree, fifty-one min minutes, and running in a light trade wind, blowing about four knots an hour. The water was as smooth as the river here. Suddenly the ship entered a sea runnuan dead ahead, which was so heavy that it pitched the water through the hawser pipes and threw spray over the...

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. — 16 July 1875

DEER WeG ,MONTANA. PATES OF ADVRTILNG. ST~me.""""""""" ib$ 38 &i 7 88 $10.Iti0 a 2 3 5610 12 16 25 40 8 " ... .. . 4 7 12 14 20 83 48 2 *. - j7 10 12.18 2 85 4 0 70 i3 nh I~l5. 8101 228 0 0 6 . .........*..» 1 50 75 100 10 1 Year................... 16 25 40 j 55 1 70 90 140 Ree,,iar adverti'ting payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. 4;perial 'nticeN are 60 per cent, more than reg ular advertisements. Local advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion. 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines cnnnted in Nonpartel mean ure. Job Work payable on delivery. 1' r IE. e 111 a t - t' \ es 1 L.1** ' \14) . "1 S* =**14 4 ,- It W 4s. '4 OR ,1 IA13 F. M JSSII'bROD, M. . ox f ~i: 1&~ 4N 10U cCE*'~. Oi)vR F. AT TI! ( CITY DRUG STOE. Deer Lodge, - - - - -- Montana. It il iitrend 30 -.itns n al rall- iii town. A. H. MIT, CHiL, M. ^., 1 ' , ( 3 I . 1 l at 3 m t t " It 1 n r .* em i r Itti." 1,n." door no~rth 1,t 1'1,rfilrre-. l1 ) IoPt.. - - - - M...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 16 July 1875

KItLLS A ESBLU3, PROZINTOZS ~ms LODGE OOuxT RRUuLIoAFr TICKET. F7.BAerif.-.CEAELE6 COOPRm. Abr flWaeurer.-W~qLEY W. JOKES. Abr Prebate. Jdgc.-O. B. O'BAuIaON. Fbr Clerke and Rcoerder.-DAN`'L KINiG. For Council kember.-WW. if. CLAGETT. Aor Di trial Attorroy.-(no nomination.) Aor Cemmiuioner.-SPENcEE JOHNSON. Aor Surveyor.-D. L. MCFARLAND. For Coroner.-PETER VALITON. -The Black Hills bubble is bursted. Geologist Jenney did it with his little hammer. -Have any of you done anything yet about furnishing the Commissioners sam ples of Montana ores for exhibition at the Centennial? -The Extradition cafe is still in progress before Commissioner Cullen in Helena. One of the prisoners has already been dis. charged and the testimony so far elicited and reported seems favorable to the others. -George Alfred Townsend did not look long out of the St. Louis Times windows. Be has gone back to Washington to corres pond. The financial condition of the paper suggested to him to " git " and he G. A. 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. — 16 July 1875

-mew ot rt Cot-iL TERMS -1873. 8ttrassK CoUtT January 4th and AuiUSt 9th at the. Capit'l. at. a. DINTRICT AND TERRETORIAL COVRT7 . Raderehfrg............... ..February 8th ilozemnla.............. ......March15 r.ViADm f City"""......................Mptth S harmrond City... ..................April 8 *jler Lodge City .....................April Bannurk City............ ............. Ja Mieoula ................. ... ...Inne I *t k'er. alie Cite................ eAmbr (140 rtrtee at above term, bat by agreement.) * Viriinia City . . . .. R udeflsbrg............. ..... ...tobe~r 41t 8auinnck 4:117............. ........ Otbr1h xyiecond City.........................0, tober 18 *"ie.na ............................Nov. i i . t 711 l...... ........ Nov. 1 e i ... ..............Nov. 8 Tbo* marked with an aeteriek ('1 areU. S. Di-trict court terms TRAVELWI G AGENT Mo. 0. McFaRtLApo Is authorized Traveling Agent for the NEW NORTH WEi'T in the aeast Side coun ties of Montana. Patrors will please se...

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 July 1875

pis . :r r.irkitto forex unie, t tt 'tw*i414 I.""uluf n tine a1""', -a ? A maorr.-t. SA I. n wd nA no Ai brxviu tivu o*ueilieet, tig,}fyin;t t"'-wit, nxsnuly. SPimGo.nuovU, J1i.. June 16, 1875. 1. Flow farisit around the earth? 2. What onsu the earth to stvtlve atemud the, tan?" 8. Where does Thomas Nast live? A. It. A. Asst-. 25.000 miles. 2. It in supposed that the laws of attraction and ri ptlsion acting system itically upon the globe give it its peculiar motion, but just how these formes are combined we do not know. 3. New York. lb ANDONVILt.l, Ill.. June 13 1875. 1. Who was Mazeppea? Ry whom and for what was he h.wnad to the wild horse? Was ar released and how? Ass.-1. %1aueppa was the son of a Polish gentleman and engaged in an intrigue with the wife of a nobleman, for which he is said to have been bound to the back of a wild horoe. The animal ran until it r*ached the country of the Cossacks, when Mazeppa was released. He became a cittef among the C6ssacks. and was afterward m...

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 July 1875

RATES OF ADVERTXSING. l;ý cý c3 c g g C 3~ ~ to .......... 4a I Tt 20 I 1 Time............... 136 I 8$10 2 80 S.... 7 14 25 725 I .4 8 21$ 0 28 418 SMonth ................. 5 1 810 14 10 25 128 106 S.' 7 1 0 ;l2 18`~4 115 00 75 ..9 112 ;15 2230T 50 70 100 6 .t 115 2.5 3.5 50 75 100 160 1 Year.................... 16 25 40 55 70 90 140 251( Regmlar advert'sing payable quarterly. as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per Gent. more than reg ular advertisements. l.oal advertising. 15 cents for the Irst insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel meanure. Job Work payable on delivery. Int e >I* ts:""ý+1N A I. 4'A St II'. A '1"I'M 1I{% I W. F'. S1NI)ER4. \TTOIRNEY AT LAW, IfFl E"A. MONTANA I y-.Iselettanr al td 5ur5eflnf. CHA3. F. MJSSI 3ROD, M e., PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - Montana. WAil at teed to pr1ofCevinvaol calls in town. A. H. MITCHHLL, M. 0., I ' Ii IC...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 July 1875

cuss s * m3BLR3S P3OPRIETORS fAr Tragswe. * aWESLEZ Wb JONES. " . Probtge Judge, O. B..Q' JiANOz4. Ar Clerk and Recorder.-DAN'L KING. Pbr Council Member.-WM. $. ClaAGETT Fbr*Ditrict Attarneg."-no noinifatibn.) Ar Cogmeieiener.-BPENCER. JOHNSON. For Surgeyqr.-D. L. MCFARLAND. * Ar Corpser.-PszrEn VALITON. XADISO1 COtNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. Ar Sherif.-A. J. Edall. For Treasurer. -TL. 0. Hickman. For Probate Judge.-Theo. Muffly. For Clerk and Recorder.-N. J. Davis. Ar County Commissioner.-0eofge Oobn. For Council Member.-J. B. Allebaugh. For Joint Council Member.-Jas. Mauldin. For Diet. Attorney lt Dist.-J. G. Spratt. -Grant and Sheridan are both grandpas. ti It was. a boy both times. T -The Liberal Republicans of New York a State show a disposition to re-unite with ' the Republicans. a a -Secretary of War Belknap and Lieut. General Phil. Sheridan are expected in Montana by the 1st of August. There may d much good come of their visit. ti -The Viruinia, Nevada, Enterprise, b says that ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 July 1875

COUL '1 'I' T. 11 NI. - 1 7.5. S UPeMtE CovUT Jantary 4th i:d Atnttst 9th at the Capit .1. C. P. tlTRICT AtD TEPtttTOtL I. COUitTS. Radershtrg.... . February Rth Bozeman... ... . ach s *Vir.lnlii ('ity... .... arch 5 T; .tiund Cite... ... ApI 1'2 * ,) Lodg City ... >pr 1 * le m. .. ...... 7 B ii oak Cit. ... ...Jan R M ot-o iat. . .. .. .. .. . . ..... . *Inn" 26 + ). "r o lge City..................... Se tembua 1 ('oa rir at tho~r term, bat sy a-reemett.l *tViriri nitCity.... .................. .ep. 2 II leibag . ........ ................Octoler 1 B nixck City .............. .. ....Ot.ber 11th D at td City ......................0. tohit IS * 1. II ....... ...Nov. I I z m .......... ........ . ............ \ ov.1 M s . ................................... .. N ov. b *Do r To'liePity .. ..... .............. ..tlet Ii Those mirked with an asterisk +I1 are U. S. Dietrict C. art terms TBAVALI'WG A Sm.T Mn. 0 MCFAILASD is authorized Tr Tel ng Ageat for the NEW NORTH WEST in the tart Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 July 1875

2~~acu~mlcent U yum Now makes soamMatee Take wings. Itew ort Letter to the 'hicago JournaL The many Methodists throughout the country who at one time and anoether have benefited by his liberality, will be very sor ry to hear that Daniel Drew, the great Wall street operator, is not only about used up peonlarly, but has really been sick for a long time. One year ago he was making money hand over fist, by bearing the Toledo and Wabash Railroad stock, whose decline from above 60 to 6), the present price, swept away the earnings of so many people. Through his bear oper ations in Wabash he made a round million of dollars. But too much "bearing" this spring has brought him to financial grief. When Union Pacific l trting at 22, steadily advanced to 77, Daniel Drew was caught upon the wrong side of the market, and lost heavily before covering. He was like wise caught in a large number of "puts," which he had to make good when Wabash, rallying' advanced from 9O to 18. He also was a heavy lose...

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 July 1875

RATSE OF ALDPWRMTE eii iiil i 1 Time** ........ 57 86 l U ju1gb - L L.f~LI R .. -»...»-* 8 6 6 1s u0 12 11 2 1 ............ 4 S 10 14 16 35 6 ». »710111.11 U IS i " ......~..-. Y 2 10 11 15 II 2153 100I 6 ' ......... """ u1JJ 365.6 0 76 1609Q Re.olar adverting payabl qutnany, a due. Translent advertisnag payable in advance. Speclial NotiC are 80 per eut. more than reg ular advertlsements. Local advertising. 15 eents lor the et linartiom; o0 cents per line for each aneeedina Isteerton; lines counted in NoapaUrl measure. Job Work payable on delivery. P' RiO)F]SSIONAL CARDS. SATTORNEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA, MONTANA. Phytlolans and Surtgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIDBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON. OFFICE AT THE CrTY DRuo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 107 A. H. MIT'CHRLL, M. D., Physlolan and Surgeon. -Omce one door north of Poetomce- D ER LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Frompt attention by nleht or day to patients In town or conn...

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

MiLL3 YE8RL$E, PgiJPBNIRTOR DUER LODGE COU/NTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. Fur B erij.-CuARLEs COOPER. For Treasaurer.-WESLEY W..loaES. For Probate Judge.-4). B. O'BANsxo. For Clark and Recorder.-DAN'L KIno. emr Council Member.-Wx. R. CLAoe.r. For District Attorney.-(no nomination.) For Commiioner.-SPraENc JouaBON. For Surewyor.-D. L. MCFPALAND. For Coroner.--PTER VALITroN. hADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Sherif.-A. J. Edsall. For Treasurer.-R. O. Hickman. For Probate Judge.-Theo. Muffly. -For Clerk and Recorder.-N. J. Davis. For County C'ommissioner.-deorge Gohn. For Council Member.-J. B. Allebaugh. For Joint Council Member.-Jas. Mauldin. For Dist. Attorney 1st Dist.-J. G. Spratt. -Governor Bennett of Idaho, who ran against Fenn for delegate from that Ter ritory has gone east and will contest the seat. -Jadge F. G. Servis of the First Ju dicial District of Montana has resigned. He explains that financial embarrasments necessitates his resignation. -The New York Herald now reaches Salt...

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