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

C(()TT]IT TERMS-- 1S75. ,SpRtaIME COURT January 4th and Anuuet 9th at the ('apital. U. P. 1.ITIlICIT AND TELItIItTOIPIAL COIRTP. Itatler-hlrg ... ................ ....February 8th 11|.z':m:e.. ...... ........ .. ............. .... M arch15 V .ir-inia City. .........................March 5 ,:lamo!nd (it. ...........................Aprill2 ÷l)'er I.tl'Ie ( ty ......... ...April 3 *lichl i. .... .. ....... .......... .......M av7 liannatk ('ity............. ......... .June 8 M ie'u-i'I ... ...... ....... ............ . June 26 Ob cr Loice (itv........ ......... September 1 tNi Iriari at above term, hut by a:rreelnnt. ) *Vir,.inin City .. ... ................... .. Sept. 20 1tI1er ,r!i ............ .......... ...Ottober 4 tlannai:k (ity ........................October llth I)i:lmond City ............................Octoher 18 *lrhl.w.l ............ ............ ......Nov. 1 Iiz m atn ... ..... .......... ............ N ov. 1 ,ii -outl, ................................. ..Nov. 8 *D--1-r ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 September 1875

THE BLACK HILLS. Professor Janney's Letter Detailing His Explorations. WASHINGTON, August 19.--The rollowiug interesting letter was received at the Inte rior Department to-day : CAMP on SPRING CREEK, BLACK HILLS OF DAKOTA, July 31. j Hon. Edward P. Smith, Commisaioner of wa Indian Affairs-SIR : In my telegraphic agr dispatch dated July 17th, I briefly informed miu you of the results of my explorations in No that portion of the Black Hills north and northeast of Harney's Peak. In order to more rapidly explore the hills I have divi ded my party, Mr. Newton, geologist, He going south from French creek with an fro astronomer and topographer to map and mil explore the southern portion of the country as far as Cheyenne river ; and I, with the am assistance of my miners, have prospected 3,0 the hills to the north, a region hitherto unexplored and unknown. I found GOLD IN PLACER DEPOSITS. ma On both Spring and Rapid creeks from ma their headwaters to a point where they pei emerge from the H...

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. — 10 September 1875

tbe mu NIortblWest DEER LODGE,XONTNFRA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time . ......267 110 2 . ...... ...........4 7 8 121420 8 - 1 Month................. 5 8 14 16 25 8 S.. ................7 10 12 18 24 60 75 8 " ........... 9 12 15 22 0 70 100 6 " ............. 11 15 25 5 75100 160 l Yar................... 16 2 40 55 70 90140 250 Reo ular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per oent. more than reg ular advertisements. local advertising, 15 Cenr for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each suoceeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. I' itO ()L" tr INA L. CUAItDv. A'TOItNEYI a W. F. MANDERS, \'I"F()ORNEY AT LAW. t HElENA, MONTANA. l'hl ysvletanht a ldt »U g. "m. CHAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT TJE CITY DJnUO STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Xiontana. Will ath'nd to pr(,f essional calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., i' Ih y it ia n t tad I f u.tP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1875

En ii's; '; a- ou is. -'The public debt of the United States l was reduced during the month of August 1 $1,585,049. -Reports by telegram state that the 0 direct Atltiatle Cble has been repaired fi and commuiaan tion between this country E and Ireland restored. --The plan of Cat. Eads for the im- J provement ofthe yMilppi river meets 0 the approval of the engineers appointed for 4 considering its details. h -The defaulting State Treasurer of New 0 Jersey has been examined and duly com mitted. Bail to the amount of $5,000 o being required and none offered. -The widow of Mosher is spcted to b have stated that she knew the abducted f child Charlie Ross to be still living. It is anticipated that the boy may be found b after the trial of Westervelt, for conspiracy n in the abdaiction is ended.. , -A telegram received at the Navy De- a partment at Washington announces that I the State of Panama had declared war o against the Government of Columbia. The b North. Atlantic fleet has been orde...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1875

COURT TERMS --1875. SUI.IIEME COURT January 4th and August 9th at the C.apil al. '. S. DISTRICT AND TERRITORIAL OOURTS. Rulersrg ............ .......... ....February 8th Bozern:il............................. Marchl5 *Virdinia City.... .............. ......March 5 tlamonuld City ......................... Aprl132 't),er Lodge City ....... ............April 8 *elen... .. ............... ....... Mav7 Bannack City ........................ ....June8 Missoulaf.... ............. June 2 r Lodge City...................... September ] (No luries at above term, bit by agrccment.) *Virginia City ......................S... t. 20 H:,{lorbrg ........... ............"...Octo *r 4 Buancllnk City ................ ........October 11th 1)i:oind City .........................October 18 •*t lilna ............ ............. ...... Nov. 1 B .z 11n ... ..... ......... .... ....... . . Nov. 1 Mis l:........... ... ..... ... ............ ..Nov. 8 D -r Lodg.e City ............ .......... Dec. 6 Those marked wi...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 September 1875

'" .RD o.0UD*' FAL.oN. Sower Gone and Billiards His Chief sola A letter from Red Cloud Agency, dates Aug. 7th, say : The Commissioners arrirl hore ýafe.and sound at two o'cloed; n n'i now quar tsredin thleam eot4edil~gst, Dr.taville. During the afternoon several Indian chiefs were introduced to the members of the commission. Sword, White Crane, High Wolf, Red Leaf, Dark Moon, Whirlwind, Racer and Red Cloud himself were the ones introduced to-day.' Sword is the most important of them all. Red Cloud, alas! has lost his power. He no longer has a great influence over his people. Why this is it is.hard to discover, but it is an absolute fact that the once-important Red Cloud is now one of the "loafers," and has but very little influence. Sword seems to havW entirly suppjnt00 him ia the * fectioteom h ds(f Sltoi*nd se eole bas great influence Aver Red Cloud. A strange state of affas to say the least. The loaf ers, by the way, are those Indians whose chief occupation seems to be to hang ar...

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. — 17 September 1875

the New Iorft=West DEE LODGMONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 40 0 0 0 0 1 Time1............ 2 18 15 17 18 110 120 10 2 i ... 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 8........4 7 8 12 14 20 83 48 1 Month*.:. ......... 5 8 10 14 16 25 38 56 2 . .................. .7 10 12 18 24 85 60 75 3 " .................. 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 6 r .................. 11 15 25 85 50 75 100 160 1 Yea . . 90 140 1250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. special Notices are 50 per cent, more than reg ular advertisements. laical advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. 1'I() FESTSIONAL CAR Dt. A'1TTOrRNEIYS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. H1ELENA, -ONTANA. 1'l yslelianss as ad S4urgcons. CHAS. F. MUSSIYBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O)FIiClE Ar THE CITY DIRuo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. A. H. M...

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. — 17 September 1875

XILL.B & ZESSLER, PROPRIETORS The absence of Capt. Jas. I. Mills, edi tor of the NEw NORTH-WEST, accounts for the limited supply of original matter pre sented to our patrons in the last two issues of this paper. Until his return, which will be in time for next week's paper, we ask your indulgence. -The order of the Secretary of the Treas. ury of the United States instructing the Collectors of Customs in American seaports to seize the schooner Gilbert C. Trufant, should she make her appearance within their respective jurisdictions, is the occasion of considerable discussion as a probable cause of future complications, which may be of a very serious character, between this government and that of Great Britian. It appears that an American schooner, Tru fant by name, was lately sold in Liverpool to English parties, and consequently will now sail under that flag and come under the protection of that Government. At the time of sale she was indebted to her crew for wages and for hospit...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1875

COURT TERMS -1575. Suprexa CounT January 4th and Aunuet 9th at the Capital. U. B. IISTRICT AND TERnITORLAL cOURTS. Radersburg... .... February 8th Bozeman.... ...Marchl6 *' reinia City................ ...... ......March 5 ''iamond City.... ...........................April12 *Deer Lodge City .....................April 3 *Helenn. .. .... ................ . .......Mav7 Bannack City............. .............June 8 Missoula ........................... .June 26 *Deer Lodge City.................. September 1 (No juries at above term, but by agreement.) *Virtinia City ...... ................. .Sept. 20 Itadersburg ........... ..............October 4 Bannock City ... ....... .........October 11th Diamond City ......................October 18 *Helexia .. . .....Nov. 1 Bozeman........ .......... ............ Nov. 1 Missoul..... ...................... ..Nov. 8 *Deer Lodge City .. ........... .....Dec. 6 Those marked with an asterisk ("1 are U. S. District Cjurt terms TRAVELING AGENT Ma. 0. MCF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 September 1875

THN PHANTOM SHIP. A RZV3LATIoU O TWO LONG ISLAND FIUHERKEN. A Buccaneer of the Xain Appearing oS Bast Hampton in the Darkness and the Storm-A Remarkable story. Prom the New York San. On the 14th of July the two old ship mates went out to sea in their boat to fish, but the day was cloudy and the wind blow ing off shore, so they returned without any catch, and drawing their boat up on the beach, went to the cabin and sat beside the door, smoking their pipes and spinning yarns about the old times. At noon they noticed the phenomenon that although the wind was blowing a gale off shore the clouds hung low and a mist settled on the water. Shortly after Pearsall sprang to his feet, interrupting the conversation with the question: " Didn't you hear a cry for help?" The Captain had heard nothing,so Pearsall subsided, but while Duncan went on speaking his companion seemed serious and preoccupied. Late in the afternoon, a rain storm threatening, the two went down to the beach to secure the boa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 September 1875

IIe Munu Motb-- et DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATEB OF ADVERTISING. ca a . . w I Time.......... . 2 $3 15 $7 8 10 $20 8D 2 " ................. 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 3 " . ................. 4718 12 14 20 88 48 1 Month................. 5 8 10 14 16 25 88 55 2 " . .................. 7 01218 24 85 60 75 s " .................. 9 12 15 22 80 50 70 100 6 " ................. ll 15 25 85 50 75 100 160 1 Year....................16 25 240 i 55 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices 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 counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. L[ROFIESSIONAL CAltD)S. -- -- -- - ----- -~-- ------ -- - - - ATTOIINEY'YS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA, MONTANA. Phy.sloc ns and 4urgetans. CHAS. F. MUSSIfBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT TIHE CITY DRUG S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 September 1875

_ILLS & KESSLER, PROPRIETORS -Satan has it pretty nearly his own way even in this world; in the next he will rule the roost.-Lyon County Tirnes. Don't you mean "rule the roast ?" -They have some regard for the fitness of things in New Hampshire. Mr. Beecher recently put up at a hotel and the band gave him a serenade and played "The girl I left behind me." -Some one having used the Bismarck Tribune job office to get up a saloon poster insulting to Secretary Belknap, the mana ging editor made nearly a column apology for the transaction. That ought to satisfy even a War fMinister. -Judtge Wade has sentenced Sterres, one of the Warl murderers. to be hung on Thursday, October 28th. Friday is no longer exclusively " IIangman's Day," and a good deal of the superstitious prejudice that enfolded it is droplping off. The day the continent was discovered is not well chosen as one of ill omen. -The Saturday Herald and Sunday In dependent are marvels of mountain journal ism in the quantity a...

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. — 24 September 1875

Ur'T TER1MS-1875. ,1:1; Cdor a J.llnutary th aod Aeirnet 91th tat the 1. . ,ISTHICT AND TERRITORIAL C)URTI. S ..... . ..Febtnary 8th .. .... ......... .... Marchl5 . it ............ ... ... ......M arch 5 S\. ;,-:l Ch ity t ...... April..... y" :,m (" t}" . . ...... ............... April 3 ,i, , d ' (ht · · . .... . ........ M av7 (Cit . . .. ...... .. .......... .. June8 i ' Jne 26 , , City.... ................. September 1 .at. ahiove term, tit by agreement.) ity.. . ... .... .......... . Sept. 20 ft . L, l- ... ... ... ... ........ ...October 4 t.'. ity ............. ....... October 11th l , .I ', ly ............................O ctober 18 . .. . .................... ....... iov. 1 . ....Nov. 1 Nov. 1 ).I .L.. . . . . ....................... Nov. S ... .c iO"'" t' " D e Tho- e inarked with a4. tri k [*1 are U. S. Disrict TRAVELING AGENT ,1. (;G. MclARiAND is authorized Traveling Agent I t, iNEW NORTI- WEST in the East Side coun ;,. ,' M 't,! :tni. Patrons will please settle with ...

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. — 24 September 1875

" Sr* RAL PHIL. E.$RIDAN. - Pagentage, Birth and Eldy Life--ili tary RecordEtc. The following brief history, obtained from an exchange, of General Sheridan's parentage, birth, and the incidents con. nected with his military record, will prove interesting to our readers: General Philip Sheridan was born in Massachusetts in 1831. His parents were Irish, as the name indicates, and the gen eral has always adhered to their religion, which was the Catholic. They moved out west when he was but a mere child, and settled in Zanesville, Ohio. They were quite poor, and Philip was at one time obliged to drive a water-cart to assist in earning his living. Being bright and active he attracted the attention of the congress man from that district, who secured his appointment to West Point Military Acad emy, in 1848. He graduated in 1858, and was at once appointed brevet 2d lieutenant in the first U. S. infantry. In the fall of the same year he joined his company at Fort Duncan, on the Texas frontie...

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

trI e ewFIorth=Wed DEER LODGE, MONTANA. IRATFS OF ADVERTISING. iei- ° a w w 1 Time e.........,.......... $2 $3 , 171$ 1 0 3 ýýl .......... 5 !f 10 12 15,2.5 4 4 4i78l 12111 2083484 1 'Ilia.ch................. '5 1 10 4 6I O 5.38I 5.5 " 1 2... 18....... 870 1 8 2 5 6 7 9;1 215 22. Y.O5`O0o0 "Z.................. 11 1:. 82i 3:5 50175'100 160 1 fuar............ 16 2540 537 0 90 140 '"25 1:egnlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. peecial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. utl"r advertisements. Local advertising, 15 cents for the first Insertion; 1i, entts per line for each succeeding insertion; line,, counted in Nonpariel measure. J.,l) Work payable on delivery. I' It () F1`% 55IONAL. CAltD)8. A'I'TOIN EY?3 W. F. SANIDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAWV. EIENA. , - MONTANA. l'hiysltsslans Iabet l( u.l'eoflns. CHAS. F. MUSSIYBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O()Fiy' AT TIlE C('iT Dutc . STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Wil t1rdll t Pt rofet s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1875

KILLS & ESSLEZR, PIOPRIETORS General Joe Johnson says it is a mistake about his having been tendered the com mand of the Khedive's army of Egypt. Nihiljit will not be his epitaph. -A mercantile firm in Salt Lake City are selling old cavalry swords for corn-cutters. "And they shall-beat their spears into pruning-hooks and their swords into plow shares." -We recommend as worthy of attention Dr. Holland's article on the jury-system, published on the fourth page. The unani mous jury business is a good deal of a humbug. But just what to substitute for it " must give us pause." -The new fast limited postal train from New York West averages between 40 and 45 miles an hour. We notice "Montana Territory" mails are among those ordered by the Postmaster-General to be despatched on the "fast limited." You're a Jewell, Boss. -Delano and Marsh breakfasted together the other morning. There were several courses of liar. poltroon, etc., served with chin sauce from, instead of to, the Interior De...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1875

4 ewMarxC- te # (CU()Yt{T TERMS-1S75. 1t.ene]t.,CounT .January 4th and Aunlut 9th at the Capital. UI. a. I.1~TRICT AND TERItITORIAL COURT,. Itader.h.urg .. ..... . .......... ....February 8th Bzcimnl:l . ...... ...Marchl6 *Virinul City ............ .... ......March 5 r'iamonld City ..............................Aprill2 'Deer Lodge City ...... ...............April 3 *Ilel,.n. . . . ...........................May7 Bainack City ......... ..................Juna 8 Mijoula ... ......................... Julne 2t I Ler l.odge City.... ...... ......... September l (No illuie- it ablove term, but iy al ceement. ) *V\'iritia City ....... ............... Sept. 20 lidt.le ,h rg ....... ... .. ........ .. .October 4 Bajutck City ............... .. ...October 11th Dhin ind City ......... ............October 18 *llHl'n .... ....... .. .......... .. ....N ov. 1 "lu.lm n .. .. .... ... . .. . .. . . . Nov. 1 M i ula ................................. ..N ov. 8 )iDe) r 1.odee i'ty ........... ............

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 October 1875

the " Sury-Bystem." Dr. Holland in Scrimer's for September. At a recent trial in Massachusetts of Mr. Samuel Bowles for damaging the character of Mr. Willis Phelps in the Springfield Re publican, to an amount represented by a large expression in American currency, the litigants agreed to dispense with the jury altogether, as, by law of the State, they had the privilege of doing. It was an ex ceedingly sensible proceeding, and ought to have attracted more attention than it did attract, and a wider following than it has yet secured. For, of all the hallucinations which, from generation to generation, pos sess and pervert the minds of men, that which attaches a sort of sacredness to ajury trial, and holds the "jury-system " as half divine, is the most fatuitous. To be tried by one's "peers," those "peers" reaching the exact ulWpber of twelve, is regarded, by a very large number of the community, as a priegm e to be surrendered under no circumstances-a privilege to be defended at any co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1875

aihe ern ore rt est DEER2LODQ, MONTAZA. . RATES OF ADVERTI{II-IU SaI t Ia cn 1 Time................ 2 1 7 $8 $1 2 ................. 10 3 " ................... 9 i1 182 30 0 7 100 Sear'cr r..................._ _ 1,6 .25 fib St 9 7 20..0 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Trans.ent advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg til.r advertisements. Loc:il advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 1i) .ents ier line for each succeeding insertion; lines cnlnted in Nonpariel mestsre. Job Work payable on delivery. Plt' )FldB`I nIONiAL CAltD!ý. W. F. SANDERS, ATTOR.NEY AT LAW. II ElIENA, - MONTANA. 1' yssielu nsI azid 8iurgeoans. CHAS. F.. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT True CITY DiRtu STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. WVill ittrtnd to profissiotna calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., Pi'I ay Isilt ilan.nd .unrgeon. -Oftie one (dor north of Postoflee- 1)E.R LODGE. - - - - MONITANA. Prtmpt at Itntin by niitht or d...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 8 October 1875

ILLS & IKSSLEE, pQOP F O.OS --"I am dying. Bgypt, dying." -Abyasin a. -Adjutant General Townsend writes to dr. A. Sands that the Secretary of War has riven direction to strengthen the Montana asts as early as practicable by filling the .ompanies now here with recruits. -At the annual communication of the Drand Lodge of Masons of Montana at Radersburg Oct. 5th the following officers Af the Grand Ledge were elected : Harry R. Comly, G. M; J. M. Knight, D. G. M., T. S. Mendenhall, 8. G. W., R. T. Kennon, J. G. W; H. M. Parchen, G. Treasurer, C. Hedges, G. Secretary. -And so it seems Pinney feathered his nest after all. The Treasury and Navy Department have just found out that $800, 000 in certificates of indebtedness have been soaked by Geo. M. and somebody's cash account will be short that amount while Pinney will jingle the coin. "As he sails, as he sails" By the way, who was the Senator who wielded such immense political infiuence in his behalf? Pinney has a fair show to break s...

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