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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 12 November 1875

HiII.y ('P &flUT .1,niirry 4th end AiHZu-t 1thtt at the .. . . . .. . . M irt'h ti .... .... .... .... .... .A piiul2 Al ," '" n. . ... .........S'teiiiiwr I i'ity ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ........ . .pt. ihi ...... .O ieowr .1 in .., . .. . . .. . . . . O ctallr1Iih .... ... ... .. ... ... ...O ctohi~r IiS .1 .. . . . .. . . . Nov. 1 Nov. I 5[ ..Nov. 8i ý ', I a Iikili, :u1 ite'irlk ('1 ir U. S. Dentrict TRAVELING AGENT t 10 Fnia.Ao is nuthorized Travelirg Agcnt . 1\1 NOR11T1H NEST in the East side corn ' 10lIt I). P' ItrIn) s wi pleee settle with him. Agcn s of the New North-West. . .,..in. - i On a 're untihoiied to n it Ia r he NEw Nwoiurl 45.IT. miid ill 7000 nli~i itll lie hot oved at thlis (,Mee: I' .'l)) nt). Al, I" ! . . . . . ... . kl-=oula. lie ", :.P,... Pioneer. 44 110 I..Rwler-hnrv . iis er Bole Ep , "r s.-llivine S, rvicesVwill 1e held at Ilh,' Iit IThnllI at 11 a. in. and 1,, in ll. o:IInnIh next. l{^v. M thlon N. (jileet, LEpi-)pal minister, olliciating. Sia Stl s lul II in th...

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. — 12 November 1875

eta `. oO ýý Bret flarte's Irst nel begins as a serial in &Bribner'e for November, and opens with the following description of the Sierras in winter: "Snow. Everywhere. As far as ge eye could reach-fifty miles, looking sou*ward from the highest white peak. Filing ra vines and gulches and dropping fuum walls of cations in white shroud-like drifts. Fashioning the dividing ridge into a like ness of a monstrous grave, hiding the bases of giant pines and completely covering young trees and larches, rimming with porcelain and bowl-like edges of still, cold lakes, and undulatidg in motionless white billows to the distant horizon. Snow lying everywhere over the California Sierras on the 15th day of March, 1848, and still fall ing. It had been snowing for ten days; snowing in finely granulated powder, in damp, 5ppagU: flakes, .in thin, feathery plumes- snowing from a leaden sky stead ily, snowing fiercely, shaken out of purple black clouds in white flocculent masses, or dropping in long ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 November 1875

w, Uew~r ~IorIttkot DEER LODGE, MONTANA. 1 '1'ES OF ADVERTISING. .......... .! S 1" 7 $o $10 $2'0 I$ 4;71K I _° I 2 33 j r .... 7 10 12 1A 24 ,:5 6;f 75 ......... 8 1 1 5 22_ 30 80 -0 100 1t 1 5 0 4.) 110 'A,)o 'r i.'xca 1ng payable qgmnrterlh as due. i Ii. .4j$ " nlidi 11'" ý: e :"s icrr cnt*1' molre than reg 4~ýýiý ' 0-11, ffri the first insertion; ]~ Ii (, car a rU~c4'4'ii1g iincertion; N44') 41rni,c-lir'. A111`(11.IG; 11 A, l 'T'ohEV AT L.A«. 'I:I.LEN 1. - i4I4)NT47'\A. .... ..... 7 0 " n A rB~i 17 *,·~~~........ i~i4 C.iCi~ iii*n .& .4.$n lT, p;Yi".A ~D- lý M'N1ANA 1 ' ; I I. \': S······- ·· Il " 'i -is 11 ) 14 Ilt ' n,=, r r Z ·1 itee - ires - - - - of tonk. ...... ., .:1 1,: ::t ý":1,,:2 ';l V:- i ll I:,'"1, x · R·· Ir c il t l l' T',oe hn rg t ''.f .. l'eii .li· t ae J.J *4 linp icrton '4', I,'4'lV s l Io11c - - - - \11 N'1'.\ NA -=.;rwi !~nl Cities of the World. - t Lwson &L Co., First National Bank, I l(Iti|. l. )|1.tit:.i I . -. It let , D. C. (ctii,. " ý,.-i rnt....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 November 1875

I-S * Z foSLZa, P*LOPBrroTs T.ANlWSI1ING DAY. $c the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION : a1 accordance with a practie at oncewise and beau tlful we have been accustomed, as the year Is draw log to a close, to devote an occaSlon to the humble pression of our thanks to Almighty God for the ess ad distt.agashed beneits bestowed upon us - a nation and for His mercy and protection during the desng year. Amid the rich and free enjoyment of all our advantage we should not forget the source rorn whence they are derived and the extent of oar obligaions to the Father of all mercles. We have fall reseon to renew our thanks to Almighty God for vors bestowed upon us during the past year. By His continuing mercy civil and religious liberty have b maintained, peace has reigned within our bor S.ee, labor and enterprise have produced their merited owards, and to His watchful. provideoe we are n. debted for security from pestilence and other national aslamity. Apart from natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 November 1875

I+IU TI TEH.. _ -- 1-75. SrPnE.Mt ('Co'li . ]:u;it.ly 4trul Auou-t 9lt til at the 'ap tal. t',, :1 "TE C ANID TEC1lITORIAL. ('OU I:TE. {aLh,, .Ir. ... . . . ..... ..... Februarv lh o " a ....... ...... .. .. . ..... ....dM arehl5 *V iri,iri 'ily . ......... ... .. ......M arc('h 5 n d.. ' 'it' ... ... .... ... ...........Aprii'12 er I,n 0 ' t'lV, . ............. April 3 * lb h4na . .. . ... .... ... .. .......l 2v7 liniml.1, c'iity.... ... . . ........ . ... .nlo . \M i -o.... ... .. ........ ........ .. . Ailne"26 )1:" r o 1o [ity. ... ... .. . ...... . S. e .ctem ber l , , t holve turn, bh t t. sactroet- t.a ) * ,r::nii it+ . .. .. ... ......... ...... . .ept. 20 it 1 .1 .... .... ...O ctober 4 !Iini ,ok I'it . .......... .. . ...Octobtr 11th 1i ': o: ,l 'ty ................... ......... O toh er 1t S 't .... .. . . . ... ...... ... .... ....... N ov. 1 S, : i. u.... ................ . ............ Nov. 8 * Ih.,r Lo,.-le city ... Dec. 6 'Thone iiarkcd with an aisterlsk (1 areU. S....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 November 1875

QUMBSTIZOU AND ABWER. prom the Chicago Inter.Ocean. MOSMOUTIr, Ills., October 26, 1875. Is it proper for a young gentleman to hold a lady's hand when riding withher? Answer.-If the two young persons are married, or engaged to be married, yes. If not, the young lady had better try and hold her own hand. LADORA, Iowa, Oct. 22. 1. HIas there been foundin the Egyptian pyramids manuscript or anything else sta ting that the world shall come to an end in 1881? 2. Was there an old woman by the name of Shipton who prophesied about 300 years ago that the world would come to an end in 1881? 3. How much is a penny denoting the size of iils? 4. Why date your paper on Thursday and print it on Tuesday or Wednesday ? What is the ob ject or idea in so doing ? 5. Whose work on botany would be best for home readlng for one who never studied it ? An..-1. Not that we are aware of. 2. Yes, about that time although the date was not given. The prophecy was published in this paper in full a few months since...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 November 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES QF 2ADVERTOI NG. ,.,eke . .... . S81 Of#S S. ........... 9 12 1 2231o0 50-0Io i. ................. , 25 , 1i 75 100 1 0 S1 ar. ......- ...._..... . 16 l 40 155 70 l1K 140 250 .1nlr advertising payable quarterly, as due. ,ent aavertialing payable In advance. ,ai N u'es aic t0) percent. more than reg. advertising.1 I cents for the first Insertion; St ar lin, for each succeeding insertion; h Work payable on delivery. I.it yF -IO NAL CA2RD . • 3k'-r "L') IIN lj Y Tkt W. F. SA.tNDERS, \TTORNEY AT LAW. I EIL.ENA. MONTANA. l'h y.alIlltlum a aid ullrg eonM. CHAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to prof.esional calls in town. A. H. MITC.IILL, M. D., PI'hysieti.n a nd .urge on. -Office one door north of Postoflice i)ELR LODil;, - - - - MONTANA. roinpt attention by night or d 40 p esY *,wn or ronntry. B. W. FINCH, M, D. l.ate of Richmond, Virginia Physician and Surgeon, (11 ' s e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 November 1875

..ý ir`" . 'iii C I.J ý 3 ii xzZ"Ls * KUSSLUR, P7OPIZZTP2N New subsrfters sendfnp s $gs g iv a&d tvanc, or pdjsag ihe e i6' ageont, wili reeiaee the N W Neavt-W r, f re, date of reeeipt seat eke. *ieh 187e. -The fags wme displayed at healfaset, in Deer Lodge, in honor of the miemory of Vice President Wilson. -The Turks are getting the worst of it, at the hands of the Hersegovinian Insur. gents. They deserve it. The tribute 1ev led on the people int that and neighborjg provinces, was as tyrannical lndalmq.t as excessive, .e the old Spanish Conquerors, levied on the Incas. --Judge Hollister, of Idaho, holding ' term of court at Malad, has. instructed his Grand Jury to indict every polygamist in the county. Under the Idaho statutes, no record of evidence of either marriage is re quired to convict, and it looks as though some of the annointed would get into trou ble. The penalty is $1,000 fine or ten years in the penitentiary or both. -Whether it means anything or means nothing, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 November 1875

4tw 4orth-4tkt. COURT TERMS -1875. ScraUxE COURT January 4th and Auraut 9th at the Capital. C. 5. ISTRICT AND TERRtORIAL COURTS. Raderburg .... ...... . ....February 8th snozeman........ .............. March15 Vir sinia City ................. ....... March 5 i;miinnd City.... .... April1 r),.r tnloige City ............... April 3 .n. ............................ May7 Brinack Ciity............... ..... ..... June 8 Mif .l ... .. ..... .............. .... .. June I),er i. ge City ............. ....... ,·September lNo Ieriei at above term, but by agreement) "Vir'inin'ity. ....................... .Rct. SO tchitershiri.........................October 4 ck City ...................October 11th D)i mond City ... .... ............October 18 " I..hrn .................................. Nov. 1 R,I:m. ................................ Nov. 1 ntiyOtla ................................. ..Nov. 8 'lnor Lolee C 'ity ...... .... ....Dec. 6 Those marked with au asterisk (l1 aret,. S. District Court term...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 November 1875

SUYSTION5 AND AN3WSBR. In what way are members of Parliament imct reccive no pay. * CLARENCE, IIl, Oct. 26. t i sa o 1Phy E4ward Ana.--On of ~p sanctity, for which abou his death. he was canoni.aed l2.s .d "The Con fessor." COLLEGE SPRsISs, Iowa, Oct. 23. In your issue of the 21st inst., J. B. W., of Caberry, Ill., who asks the question, "' How do you account for tree toads and frogs on trees and the twigs sticking through them ?" This can be easily ac counted for. The smallest of the hawk species, called by some the mouse hawk, by others the " butcher bird," capture these toads, frogs, mice, etc., etc., etc.,and hang theW Dethl twigs of tres, ad on account of this practice are called the "butcher bird." PATRno, hNebraska, Oct. 29. In your weekly of October 21 you did not fully reply to the question of J. B. W., of Caberry, Il., who evidently thinks be. cause he has found frogs and toads impaled on tigs and thorits theiyni st have rained down. I have seen on the same wild plum tree ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 December 1875

DEEZXiO1 , I TAXA. RAIU 07 ADV2 & ' ! 1 Month.. ..... 4 10 14 16 , S ....-.................. r SYear .............. ... 16 4 pcial Notces ArV 50 eli e Ala a g ular advertisementL Lxcal adve srting. 16 eon 4r the ret ine esert 10 cents ptt lfar emresg t i tia n ,lnes ed in R. f mny , Job Work tpa ble dElt,. ATT4EI*i.RtN i.i .S ATTORNEY AT LAW. HRELEA, - MONTANA. P_ hysslOe nnl s and teurgeone. CHAS.. D. USSIG BRQD, . D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT. TE CITY DRUG STORE., Deer Lodge,- - - - - - Montana. Will attend to profesaional calit in town. 217 A. H. MITCHILL, M. D., PhystoSan *nd Surgeon. -Ofce one door north of Postofce DEER LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Prompt attention by night or day to patients in town or country. 1216.tf . . FINCH, M, D. Late of Richmond, Virginia Physician and Surgeon, (iftice at C. N. B,wie's D)rug store, Deer I.odrc-e : ATontalna. (:all promptly attended to in town and country. 27: 1HANTKIiRS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEER LODGE. W. A. CLARK. President. R....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 December 1875

Neia-sbsrlter's een iMfgg. i.O8 'I.0 od fanee, or paQtng tIhe some to Nur uaqerd*. oill receive the NEW NORTH-WERS from date oqf rceaipl uv ii Dcc. 31.1, 1876. To Bubeeriber. paing tea $0.00 inadoance toe Wilt ternd the NEW NORTH-WEST one easr; and eiheer IIABPER'S- F' MONTHLY," 44 W$EKI.T" Or "BAZARt" One year, 7ost age prepaid. A'o Agenl' emnmiseions eon be allowed on tkis ofer. -Who will be Speaker of the Democrat ic House ? Randall, Kerr, Lamar, Walker, Wood and Ciox are all in the field. -Vice-President Wilson's body was ta m-Ntiek for burial. The most di ringuished honors were paid in Washing ton, Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia. -Death is no respecter of persons. The exalted in station, the possessors of great riches, fall as the humblest and poorest. Within a few days have died the Vice-Pres ident of the United States and William B. Astor, the wealthiest real estate owner on this continent. "Thou hast all seasons for thine own, Oh. Death." -They have found out already tha...

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

-w 4otth-Qest. (('O)T.I I T'l-I M: ---1 7.'. 11 I,€ E 4 I~at T lan;iry 4c itlh ind A I t atlt Jl l the L. t"l ,1-. Ii. 1 A .l ..II tITUIiLAi.L . ia iTC. i ,I -r . .. ... February 8it S r.. ............. ...March -iI I lle C y ............ .................M. rh 5 *tiarm~n C('ity".... Aprill4 j)eer Iudl e Cty ...... ..... April -i r l d. .. Y .... . .. ...... " (it ........... .. ......... ... M a MI. l:l .......... June 26 Mrn.cIltr!ir..... ....................Octoer 4 S( it ....................October 11th I .,( ity .................. ....October 18 .tal (i....... ..... ............. .......Nov. 1 f l., ,nia vi t ..... .......... ............. N or. 1 ... .. .......................... ..Nov.8 ...Nov.1 i)t. Lu de. • ..... ........... De. 6 Thlse marked with an asterisk [Li are U. S. District ('o4rt terms, TRAVULING AGENT Ma. G. MCFARLAND is authorized Travelirg AgeLt for the NEEW NORTH WEST in the East Side coun ties of Montana. Patrons will please settle with him. Agents of the New...

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

From the Chicag.o luter-Ocenn. NEE Au, Wias., Nov. 2. I P!eRse inform le tln g of the following w rd, inser bed lb tige seal on our bank notes: " Tesaur, Au sr. A 4'e, +1ic44~l of t'ie IltMtrlr of - oI/.w lag ades it take to transmit l-dib patch from shore to shore on the Atlantic Ocean cable, or rather signal, regardless of difference in time? Ana.-In sending messages. from elgh teen to twenty-four words are sent per midn-' ute. We have seen it stated that a'ignhl occupies about a quarter of a nihutte in crosesing. SakhA sooAu, lowi*, 1n. 4i I. Please tell me when Colorado was adl 1RIftted s a 'state? . The differincee ii the4telW*:btfjon's maid Pike's Peak. 3. Why the A'rican race were called "an. groes.' Aus.-1. Colorado has not yet been ad mitted as a State. 2. Pike's Peak is 12. 000 feet high; Long's Peak is 12,500, feet high. 3. The word n ego, is dgrived from the Latin wordigp c, which mneans blaek. X .,.RYVILL Ij6 Il , NOv. d. What States h.evo held elections this fall, and ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 December 1875

DEEa 1Xj1D0e MNePTA A. rATrs OF A.Pv I, rlsI. Ii Imo.- .! I- ` 1 . .... ............ T 7 1 $ o - l i 2 • . ... ...j.. S 51 1 1 2 16 25 4 S4.... 8 12 14 20 a 1 S o t................ il 8 1 14 16 21 , S ...... .1...... 1 24 3 60I S... ...... 22 80 60 70 It ri:ic~nt advertialng payable in advance. .ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than re. alr ,advert.isementll 1. x al advertising. 15 cents for the lrs tasertlo tO cents per line for each imeseding naertlo, li".en counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. p1 i ( )F Isf.lONA L CARDS., S- . ATTO EV. W. F. SANDERS, .T'TORNEY AT LAVW. RELENA. - MONTANA. I'mh r Iloltisn a sad Iurgeons. CHAS.F. .MUSSYIOROD, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORK. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Xontan Will attend to professional calls in town. A. H. MITCHILL, M. As Ph y9eIoe n a nd t u rgeon .-Office one door north of Postofice- DEP.R LODIGE. - - - - MONTANA Prompt attention hy night or day to patients ii town or country. 121tf ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 December 1875

XILLS & KIEBLEB, PROPRIETORS New subscribers sending ue $6.00 in ad vance, or paytng the same to our agents, Will receive the Nsw NoRTH-WEST from date of receipt until Dec. 81st, 187G. To Subscribers paying us $9.00 in advanee we will send the NEW NORTH-WEST One year, and either HARPER'S " MONTHLY," "WEEKLY" Or "BAZAR" One year, post age prepaid. No Agent's commissions can be allowed on this offer. uVC uww@U Vt* vI.f vy!r. -The Washington Territory Legislature has reduced.the salaries of county Auditors to $1,000 per annum county script and all fees for recording are to be paid into the county Treasurer. Sheriffs-were cut down from $1,00 to 80cts. a day for boarding prisoners, and county Treasurer's salaries were reduced from $1,500 to $1,000 per annum. -We regret that President Grant has assumed an attitude hostile to the conven iences of the Western people on the postal question. While it doubtless cumbers the mails and is a disadvantage to shop keep ers, contracts will not be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 December 1875

NEW NORTH-WEST. SUPPLEMENT. PRESIDENS MESSAGE, ý"i /', , './,, 11 JIt t l t Ro-J ,rext li lctqfi( . In subimitting my seventh annual message ,, (',ncr-s in this centennial year of our iltriilaal ,\itence(c as a t ree and independent lc,., it sholds lme great pleasulre to recur o h,, ad.t ncement that has been made from 11n" tie oi thl collny one hundred years S:,,,, i t itn a cople I numbering only i, liut, , sliun; now wIC nmber more than I, v millii;ns. Then the industries were con li In, -1 xcluniively to the tillage of the ;w~ rm:ainctileti'P i abs.ortb inciih of the S,,,! ,, cntry : our liberties remain :,,ui;,l: t l: the nitoll lmenl have been freed i -:laverv : we have bei'come possessed of :," rslpec t t l not the friendship of all the Si d naltionl: our progress has been great ,:I :Al Iti :,t,,. in rciencin , agrietllture, Lconl "''. r:tl va. ition, ulining, nilechanics, law, ,.,inl, l t., and in general eduwation the S. s likewise encouraging. MOur thir ,,in a.: have becom...

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

tice the great educator of the people, and it asy wall receive the,support of the General S of ,,ýýý0 Irna}aum given to the -U83 cLie for a alaU e otew York aiad .io d Janilo h aig oEs 4 on the 80th of S ptember last, * are wkh9tn dirc :mail facilities with lhAe rica. T greatly to be regret i i not hesitate to reoptmend the rauthozallu of a renewal. of the contract, andjao that the service may be increased from' am tbly to semi-mo thly trips The commercial advantages to be gaiued by a di rect line of AAerican steamgrd- to toe South Amernica States will far outweigh the ex pense of the service. By an act of, Congress approved March 3, 1875, almost all matter, whether properly mail mttet or not, may be spt any distance through the malls in packages not exceeding four pounds in weight for the sum of 16cents per pound. So far as the transmislon of real mail matter goes, this would seem en tirely proper; but I suggest that the law be so amended as to excludefrom themails merchan dise of ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 December 1875

4cw 4orth- t.Ot. CO)UR T T ETRMS ---175. SrPREntr (COLT .January 4th and Aueu't 9th at the Capital. r. . DISTRIC(T AND TERRITORItAL CO"RTP. Radershurg ....... ... ............February 8th Bozeman .............. . . Marcl5 ir in a ity ............ ... ... ....... M arch 5 itriamond City .......... ...... ...April12 *Dter udle City .................April 3: . .. i . .. ....................... Mit 7 ItaRllak City................ .... .... June a )Deer odge City.... ............... September (No Inrics at atbove terrn, bit by agreement.) \tir.inia ('ity. ........... Sept. 20 [ai'ro t e .rg .. ..... . ..............Octoter 4 Raitn:iek (ity .... ........... October 11th I)imnind C'it ......................... October 18 S........ ..Nov. 1 n1 1 ,! , n ......... .......... ............ N ov. 1 M i o la .................................. ..N ov. 8 *IDeer Lol'r t 'ity ....... . ... .. Dec. 6 Those marked with ati asterisk ['1 areU. S. District Court terms TRAVELING AGENT Ma. G. McFARI.Avo is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 December 1875

From the Chicago Inter-Ocean. STILLWATIjI, Iowa,.Nov. 10, 1875. 1 Which is proper to say, «.a ten-feet pole" or a "ten-foot pole ?" 2 Which is proper, a "forty teeth harrow." or a "for ly-t4Oth harrow ?" 8. Is the poetry, " Curfew Shall not Ring To-night ?" com posed from a fact ? An.trcr.-A ton-feet pole. A better ex presion is " a pole ten feet in length.". 2 A forty teeth harrow. 3 No. lOcS (Gnovr., Ill., Nov. i1. 1 Will you please infirm me what is good to cure frozen feet ? 2 Is burnt alum goxod to clean teeth ? Aas.-1 They should be rubbed with canmphorated spirits, applied with the ut most gentleness so as not to irritate the surface by violent friction. When the first effects of cold are removed, apply cold jnultices; warm applications are to be care fully avoided. 2 No. Powdered charcoal is much better. QUINCY, Mich., Nov. 15. 1 Has there been a time since 1775 when our nation has been out of debt. If so, when? 2 How long has paper currency been in use in the United States ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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