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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 December 1875

DEER LODG@, MONTANAL RATES OF ADVERTISING. . . .. ;-- ,- - o as o iC o 1o lfs '", 71 M 'o t a.. .. rt... n g .. . a le in 1 d v a n c e . , N it. s are 30 per cent. more than reg Srt 15 cents for the first insertion; S, l.p 1pr line for each succeeding insertion; I tnnted in N;onpariel measure. Job VWork payable on delivery. 1 TTo . IN..'. W. F. SAINIIERS, .,F(T)I1NEY AT LAW. Nr N A ýMONTANA. S1 '1 El NA,.. . . . . . ,,,,,icnlly 54l rl iutl''.t. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY Dico STORE. - Montana. Deer Lodge, Willr attnd to prlofessional alls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I' il e t. an i d I i U rge on. ._Oflic one dlor north of PostofllCO S- - MONTANA. lrtPt attelntion by night or day to patientf noa"ls er :i l tr. - --- l .... H. W. FINCH, M, D. Lste of Riirhmond. Virginia Physician and Surgeon, Otl" ,i t c. N. lIo ie's D)rae store, 1)(ce'i I .cu)(1 . : ontana. 1'al ,1 piat ptily att.nded to in town and country, F. E. GLEASON, -.Gr:.ellate of Pclnnsytlvania Dental Co...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 December 1875

xzILa & EM30LER, RIOP2ZETOBE New subscribers sending us $6.00 in ad sance, or paying the same to our agents, Will receive the NEW NORTI-WEST from date of receipt tntil Dee. 81st, 1876. To Subscribers paying us $9.00 in advance ee 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. -Isn't Bristow looming up somewhat conspicuously as an available candidate for President ? -The Pittsburg Post nominates Jere miah S. Black as Democratic candidate for President. -The Supreme Court of the United States has affirmed the decision of the Court below in relation to Union Pacific bonds and interest-to be paid at maturity of bonds. This is rough on the govern ment, but it will make millions of dollars for holders of Union Pacific stock. - A Washington says the telegrams re cently published relating to General Bab cock, and which have resulted in his indict ment as a member...

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. — 17 December 1875

__ _ _-_- - COUII' TE;InIIS-- 1875. t rru: Ll Cot ITT Jwanary 4th and Autuet 9th at the ital, . iSTR T iN TEIRIITO(IIAL COllT[' . .... Fehbruaryv th dlrbl rg ........ ......... ...... archl5 lBozcillma ... March 5 * irgin ....... April2 'iamo . . .n1 .ity ..... / .2 . ...A.. ril 3 *lDt4er Ldic.e }t.. ...Mai'v7 *llclI.na. ... .... June 8 FBanuark l it' .... ....... June 26 ba ll l urt ..... September 1 1No t ait ause trmlb b~ a.reem Sept. 20 * irin:a xc'ity . . ..... ....October 4 I rb r . ............ October 1th RniiCit ...*October 16 Dim l ........ity . . Nov. 1 S. ... .... .. .......... . N ov. 6 i;, . ................... ... )D ec.8 "l)err L .u '. . l.... . . "',. ,ik .i* 1 ar r U.. S. District Those marke d a (ollirt It ri te TBAVELING AGENT Ma. G. MicFAI Aw. is authorized Travelilg Agent (or the SEW NOIRTII WEST in the East Side coun tie~ of Montana. Pttrons will pleae settle with him. Ilm·il~ llml~l ·i I I II I lII Agents of the New North-West. rTeto l ig lltlim n Arc autthor...

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. — 17 December 1875

His Great Wealth and Pecullarities. William B. Astbr, oýio es o1 JliiIt thi morning in his late residence of Fifth av nue, opposite the fine marble mansion of A. T. Stewart, was by far the richest of our very rich old men, and also the oldest. The wealth ~1iese e 4wo os p'go iis computed all ie& miftfostu o't100,00 to $100,000,000. His age was eighty-four years. Vanderbilt, who is ranked next to him in riches, is thought to te worth at least $50,000,000, though the figure is some times placed a good deal higher. But no one knows exactty what the wealth of our great millionaires is, and the figures pub lished from time to time as tndictitng the amount are generally mere speculation. Astor's wealth consisted entirely of real estate, and lie inherited the greater part of it. Vanderbilt and Stewart inherited, nothing. T'heir great fortunes are the product of their own industry. Wlien John Jacob Astor died, twenty-seven years age, he left an estate of houses and lands estimated at $2...

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. — 24 December 1875

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. r ATESi OF ADVERTISING. ......... 3 . :7 $ s 10- I"o'! 1 21 , 1 10, 12.1. 25 " I" 2 14 2013 48 , 8 10 14 16 3I 1 "ilr .1.... 0. I2 16 24 5 6-0 75 lh 15 _22 30fl0 70 100 1,,"' r n it g -in qN nnrterly, as due. !a r it p1.iveale in advance. t 5,.. a 0 per entl. more than reg .. " IS' for the first insertion; ; l , , t ceelding inlsertion; S'i'tt ti N arih l meau.re. 1, .' ork I' able n d ',.iery. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF MONTANA. For the Year Commencing Dec. I, 1875. lieu i IN 41 44.1ý .tGASS 1irttt4. Nata4i Reeiaene. 1)14re It ' i P ..H.1elenro Gm. r' ~l')i ·i : ·i I'' ' ' 441 j{N))) s tF> . [hr 1.041414' A''' iiFNIIY . [IAE:,Xirri))iO C itt -tI ['44 F *'L ,A 1.1..1l H1 ct a I 1444 ADT44t. elena itt ... F.1.4 1'.' A TT .. "iiiO F I'll F TOO iF [leleni i ý. i):t .1rtr . C. PA E... , I i i rt Ti. F 4. 14 .IEI \iri...i. i (eli llr I77OiFATPi .lck 'IX I '4M:1 "i" ITO . 1(l EI'l 44- 1414 . Ielien'r 4! IxEX" 1 '11 . . · ·k eel vi": 14)4 [.) ..- r . Deer Lode )I:-nnt PS...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 December 1875

PILLS & EZSSLUE, POP1ZIETO03 New subscribers sending us $6.00 in ad eance, or payang the same to our agents, will receive the NEw NORTH-WEST from date of receipt until Dec. 81st, 1876. To Sbscribers paying us $9.00 in adance we will send the NEW NORTH-WEST One year, and either HARPER'8 " MONTHLY," "WEEKLY" Of "BAZAR" one year, post age prepaid. No Agent's commissions can be allowed on thie offer. -Senator Schurz is enjoying the tribula tions of the Whisky Ring in St. Louis. He was opposed to the Revenue officers there. -The New York Herald of Dec. 11th ex presses its belief, founded upon all ac cessable information and the results of an expedition fitted out by that paper and thoroughly covering the ground, that Boss Tweed fled to Connecticut in his carriage, remained in his old haunts until the de tectives made it too warm for him and then returned and is secreted in New York. -The prospect for extension of the Northern Pacific next year is reported very favorable. The present ...

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 December 1875

K 71 Ba ri 1hU\1~ 1c-7 hfl~RI 'Ii7T ~Tt h T nt *.r ~ II nII e IL B) 'zcl~l··'~ "tF I . picu er " ~~(i~·"·:l: L0 Ob··" cl lc r IS ..Fýlt lat\'ý·I t i hll .. k N ov j Hu~ ii:"-; citl ;' -.. ~ ~.. · .... lptiil2:~l Di;lm, intl ('r I .. A p l 3 III.M Nov 6 1(07 "n " Dec. 8 m mts,"k "I t. ...' .... ... . .111'"2 . ['1 are 1. S.l nteh tert Mi h; M F. int At U s thot.z. d f Iravelimtt Agent \ mNE OIT H Wf '' i the E.t Side cottn' P Wfl Oitl .. ... t.tt With hint. "t:,'v ~" t "p.1 w n % tl t" . .... . . Agcn'f of the New North.West. 'Agens llot tei ntlenn are authorized to act as Ch ur thi ne n onRTI \V .. and all receipts ,i 1~ then ai a honor d at this office Sthe w... Helena. t I. 1:. I tl te- . . .. . ...3M isso u la . L h. . . . Pio eer. to' ltderrhurg. \ tl . . ...~Silver Bow. 1 LIII()ITS. E, i te i D.-fivine Services will be held at the ('ottrt i.ioase at 11 a. m. and p. m. tn Sunday next. Rav. Mahlon N. (ilb rt, Episcopal iinister, officiating. Sunttiay school inl the same place at ...

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. — 24 December 1875

Downs, Ill., Nov. 22, 1875. 1 Please give me th. meaning g the word Selah, which oecu so tibna .i tilt Old Testament. 2 Of what did the first sin committed by man consist ? Aeswer.-It is a word of doubtful mean ing, but is supposed by sons. to be a word of direction to singers, indicating a pause. 2 Stealing apples. BROOKHAVEN. Miss., Nov. 18. 1 Is there United States Consul in (entral America; if so who is he, and what is hih salary? 2 What is the penalty for a post master charging too much postage on a registered letter? 3 What is the penalty for a postmaster through negligence failing to deliver a mail containing important mat ter ? 4 What is the population of the In dians in the United States? Ana.-1 Yes. George Williams is the United States Minister at the Central Amer ioan States. His salary is $10,000 per an num. 2 He is liable for the excess of post age charged. 3 The penalty would proba bly be removal from office. In round num bers, :300,000, exclusive of those in Alaska. A...

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. — 7 January 1876

DEzAlt .DGE,OIIUAIA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ................. "43 7 85 114 20 .3 48, S nth"". . 10 14 16.5I 5 S i Month................. 8 10 14 6 25 38 53 -7 10 .1 1S 24 3a 60 75 9 1'l 1 22 50) 70 1(0 S1 15 ,25 i0 50 75 100 '10 1 Year.................... ' 55! 70 0 !140 '50 R.gular advertising payable quarterly, as due. 'rauosient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per oent. 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. P' I0IF]i, IIIONAL CAlUDS A. TTOrItN WaYl W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA, MONTANA. --his.i caln. h ttn(i -Lurgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUtt STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 267 -- --_ - A. H. MITCHLL, I. D., Physician and Surgeon. .-Office one door north of Postofice DEER LODGE, - - - ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1876

-The Missouri State Lottery W~ sup pressed December 23d by the -Clrealt Court. -Fire. tempest, earthquake. Virginia City, Noe., had the last of the trui of e lamitles December 8d. Think of the effect of an earthquake on one's nerves down in a 1200-feet level. -The distinguished attorney Charles O'Conor, whose death was erroneously re ported a month ago, has survived his so vers illness and his recovery is hoped for. -Spain avows her intention to keep Cuba and has sent 900 more soldiers there from Madrid. As there is no international lk* spIMt 8i iig sar flt u £5Tise weas*fp her mhortubuy resolve will not be interfered with. -There will be a grand assembly of the Knights Templar in Philadelphia in May next, as an organized auxilliary of the Centennial Exhibition. Washington City alone will furnish a delegation 500 strong, and it...will be aecompanied by the full marine band of 52 pieos. -The Legislature is by this time well organized and in working order. The ]Nw NOTHa-WssT has a spe...

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. — 7 January 1876

!4ew 4Oorth- et. Agen s of the New North-West. 'Ih:' i, inii cntetlem i n rce authorized to act as :., r tlhe NEW NoarL-W -T. ald A!l Irceipts ,, <, h theam will ,e honorrd at thin othie : - , i ' u . . .. . . . . .... ... . .. ,~Iintcel .i i I.!I, I.T>i . Erl~S'orPA.-) vine Services will b ht lid at the C('ourt ITouse at 11 a. ill. uaId 7 r t. m. on Suindiy next. Rv. M:lhon N. (; abert, Episcopal minister, offliciating. Sunday school in the same place at 2 p. m. PHE1sItYTEnRAN.-Services will be held in the Presbyterian Church, Deer Lodge, on Suinday next at 11 a. m., anti 7 p. m.. R.ev. .. 11. Russel officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 2 p. ni. M. E. SouTnl-Divine Service will be hcld in the M. E. Church, South, on Sun day next at 11 a..m. and 7 p. in. Rev. T. W. Flowers officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 10 a. ni. LO('A L NEWrS. QUARTZ LODES RECORDBOED. In the Recorder's Office, Deer Lodge Co., From Nov. 30, to Dec. 31, 1875, The following lodes were...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 January 1876

MZsAGE OF TIE 007V 03NO OF MONTANA. Gentlemen of the Council and House of RBpresentatives: Your attention isllt viHtIiS e f mlls ) hilItl o Uthe financial condition of the Territory and the several counties sinee the adjournment of your predecessors : Total amount of taxable property returned in 1874 ..................... $,8384,11 50 Total amount of revenue colleted for Territorial purposes in 1874 ..... 48,109 96 Total debt of the Territory on the first day of January, 1875........... 126,960 58 Total amount of expenditures for 1874................................ 28,716 88 Deerease of Territorial indebtedness for 1874................ 2,800 89 Total indebsda s of theseveral Countiet to the frst day of Marsh, 1874, (Missoula County not reported) ........................ 863,762 85 Deerease In the assessment of taxable property for 1874................. 419,488 50 ABSTRACT OF THE ASSESSMENT BY COUNTIER FOR 1875. Lewis and Clarke County .........................................$2,808...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1876

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. f l C, ...... ....... $! 13 7 8 10 20 t 6 .10 I 50 83 I40 \7 1 t 1' l 24.: 3 15 ' 60 7 r ................ 16 2i 40 .55 70 M 7) 140 250 Ip 'ar advertising payable quarterly, as due. . cnt advertising payable in advance. , l Noticesn are 50 per cent. more than reg , r ih,'ertistmentl. :"al advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; r~nts per line for each succeeding insertion; e- ennted in Nonpariel measure. .i Work payable on delivery. I I()R E.4ttION AL CARL DS A1TTO15tN1lYS W. F. SANDERS, A'TTORNEY AT LAW. HELENA. MONTANA. ithys'tehian.. and -t.urgeons,. CHAS. F. MUSSI.BROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ()FFICE AT THE CITY D)tuc STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 267, A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., 1'I y' lIat al tnd 1-t r agre o . -Ofltce one door north of Postofflce DEER LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Promnpt attention by night or day to patients in town or country. 1216.tf L. W. FINCH, I, D. Late of...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 January 1876

3h. ew uarth-t4'rst, NEU.b & MZUJZL, PEOPRBIUazs -Oakoey Hall has left the stage. He could not stand the crucial test. -Everett, of the St. Louis Whisky Ring, has been captured, and it is said his evidence will convict Babcock, McKee and -Mr. Cullen's Printing Bill, in a 'hasty reading last evening impressed us favorably in general. The price for some county blanks is too high; for legal advertising too low. It needs amending in some par ticulars. -Mr. Burkett of Deer Lodge has intro daced a bill for compulsory education, a good idea and we trust a well devised bill; Mr. Moore of Deer Lodge also introduced a very proper bill making adultery an of fense before the law. -An amendment to the Constitution that is now worrying the House Judiciary Com mitttee is the one proposed in relation to the term of Presidents. Some of the Com nittee want to fix the term at six years with ineligibility afterwards; others at six years with ineligibility only for the next succeeding six years, and...

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. — 14 January 1876

Ag 1:. s of the New North-West. '[t'· ý. 1 L, 'i,,' . .t it ' l t a uit .it llhtoiz d to la t a. S Ne w \, ui" .O .-.V'.si. ittn n! receiptts S .. . . . ..i. erlthig: . .. ... .... ....il .r w. ':: \..-Divn Services will be held a- th." ( iolrt ll.iuse at 11 a. m. and 7 !. l Iu 'ttullly next. Rv. 1.thlon 'N. 1;11i,,,tt,E I'iiScltiia minister, officiating. Suntday schiool in the same place at 2 p. ot. i'ltEsVYTERAsN.-SerViees will be held in the Presbyterian ('hurch, Deer Lodge, on Sunlla;y next at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m., It'v. .. . I lI ssel otficiating. Sunda. y School in the samue place at 2 M. :. ,S.t i.-!); in tl Svice will be hi,.,l in the M. . tChurch, South, on Sun d:ty next it 11 a. it. and 7 p. in. lev. T. \V. Flowers ofliciating. 'iiliy" . School in the same place at 1 a. mi. OUR ROLL OF HONOR The Me, and Women Who Pay the Printer. Siwte onr last issue but one, p im tent has ,e. n made for sunhcril tions to the NEIw NoRITII- VreT addressed as b low. ()Ol patrI) s Vwho Chrus...

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. — 14 January 1876

Our New o tir' ZLGLNEL-"WUZ- OLIDAT GITE-:E OT7EZ SID-?OLITC.L. CoanseroinaesC Nasw Nowra-Wesr. BEECHEBR The Beecher trouble will not down, be cause the people of Brooklyn will not let it rest. Mr. Beecher's late appearance of fight has not been maintained. Shearman, his attorney and chief friend, holds himself in a defiant attitude, but he cannot keep Beecher up to the mark. The fact is, the Rev. gentleman feels that the world is against him-he feels that whether guilty of the offense as charged or not, there has been enough of imprudence and folly in his intercourse with the feminine part of his congregation to leave more upon his name than a clergyman ought to have. He k.nows that the clergymen generally believe him guilty, and that he has lost standing in his profession. Therefore, Mr. Beecher will soon step down and out. Despite S.hearman's bluster, and the curiously de voted support of his church, Mr. Beecher is a lost man. If guilty, of course it is all right; if innocent, he...

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. — 21 January 1876

the Rew oratb=Weot DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 T.!-. ....... . ¢ ,s S 97 8 :t 1 S S5) 2 3 f' i 10 12 15 `r 1() S ........ .. 4 7 8 12' 14 1.1 :t.. 48 1.4 ... .............. 9 S 1 i 1 4 1 2 n / :1 ., :1 .... ( 12, 24 14) 7 6 .................. 1 15 2.) , 7", l s r ] x . ·- ·... .. 11 1 25 ,ý R; "1O 7' 1 6i 1 "7,.' . .... . . 'e:e ' ". dut . ,. .r line r " ..; ucceedinlg iuberLion; lint.- c,:i,tted in Nonpariel meRlt.re. J.I, Wo rk payable on delivery. pIi () I7.'e IONA L CAIt - W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LA W. UgLENA, MONTANA. "l as;itcIi: .a at st tt " '"urgeonflt. CHAZ. F. MUSSI2RD D, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O()FFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. N,7 107---- - A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., Ph ay . i lelan an -a M u r.ge on" . -Offce one door ourtmt of Pottoflce- DEER LOI)0E, - - - - MmmNTAU'. Prompt attention h nitght or day to patients ii, tOWn or country. I216.tt E. W. FINCH, M, D. I.te otf Rich...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 January 1876

Sewt ~w e-w nt o su. Toe mee oar pa terw to seeam emthe je.ar agualsrI pa*ihelem at mseaid raew we hebe a calaga with eher pebleaere M to farabl the 1Wa. l -eee papawe.lleas wh ta Now m a-s We smatcoeernr.al1 at than thS an be s eepeeii. s. eaM met agempi.r the e-ter ase oar msalr peeas wheo n a beo aseare; to eam Me reee tms w.ll be allowed, peo1dng all arsiaaMld at let oeyear's mreittaue to sat wr Iter gIpia a year r not. The paMiatloa. ary be seathdent addmuee at deres . ple U desired. etlaste paebeaeemn *deeied dee sat sae withi iear web brem dne a the order pes esbr wuaia. Ilmmaerte dur thM pupa --. anfalsair te orkr teach eMetr pe. No a*pl' aesutemesres allowed a these terms; the .aeaat most be paid to us, net. Prke of WUl k the teo seatfr. 'mauael, aMotbly, 0 ae e 10 0 ao -u , a, be owm,,rb l e Im ay.n or, o000 850 EMd Iltewill 1000 s . a w ear, wesly, 10 3w l150Cy. 6 t wobitahore lerid Miing reeie ofl the United saw meetius to Bineatbl and d ining t en ass is at Law Boot, In...

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. — 21 January 1876

.ige s aof the New North-W ;st i Ii.: I'. , , . 7 p. f i. i i Sndtlli u, xt. 1tv. M1 hl.it N. (Gilbelit.EIi ctl,,pl nnister'. ",tb lietnit. Sunday school in the same place at 2 p. m. Piu:.BYTiERiAs..-Services will be held in the Presbyterian Church, Deer Lodge, on Sunday next at t 11 a. m., and 7 p. m., Rev. .J. R. Russel officiating. Sulnday Schbt'l in the same place at 2 p. m. ACCIDENT AT BEAR GULCH One Xan Killed and Two Injured. A fatal accident occurred at Bear Gulch about 3 o'cl, .k on Friday afternoou, the 14th inst., by which Barney Langeuheim was killed, his brother Frederick slightly and Martin (raminersevee ly injured, caused, it is supposed, in this way: The three men were engaged at work drifting, about. 125 feet in from the shaft, when Barne) went back from the face of the drift to drive some spiling. Kneeling for that pur pose, and as lie had no light, it is pre sumed that instead of striking the spile he hit the cap, as the main timber fell before the false cap, and ...

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. — 21 January 1876

Vtop.b i.. . s um ae ocess SulMay~ahoob wp sde Aastur.-- J71, at baucestter, elug., by Rdbrc t Rulkwe. .h year hae tbl week is tro queitic, "Who was he author of 'Oliver Threads . Anes thed ( The asthor is Ehla r. Resuord, of Stsphenavllqe Ontatamie Coanty, Wis. 1. Plea. tll me how ma y farms there are i the United States. S. What is the averag ease of eath orm? As.-1. Abort 8,688,,56, 2. One bhn adreda adty-three aores. 1. How many sons bad Usury Clay? . What their gaj mYd whit doing? & RVuiheyep dughts? 4. Is Cassius M. Clay ads sun? Ass.-1. Three. S. Thomas Clay, died at Lexigton, Ky., March 18, 1871; Henry Clay, Jr., killed at the battle of Buena Vista, in MeYico, February 28, 1847 ; and James B. Clay, died at Montreal, January a1'1e..8 a. No. 4. Casdus M. Clay is tha onof General Green Clay. lsse tell me why 10 is the number on or 16 would have been more sauitable, be eause the naurbd division of quantity is into bhalves, quarters, eighths, etc., sand we ISatually lcreasse ...

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