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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 December 1876

THE W MlTERs MM - ta Composition of GeOfrd Yk's Column , FT. LARAMIE, Wy. T., Nov. 8,,1876. . The .arrangements for the fitting out of the Powder River expedition have pro gressed quietly but srdilywipp3e Goetal Crook's return From Red Cloud Agency, and our present understanding is that we shall leave here on Sunday for Fort Fetter man, Vqi" A~ is xeaity ti place of rew dezvou, , TI aphq,." iWf cppsist of teq companies of cavalry, eleven of infantry and four of artillery, besides from 200 to 800 Indian scouts and soldiers. The troops now under orders are as follows: 1 THE COLUMN. Fourth cavalry, companies B, D, E, F, I and M; Fifth cavalry, companies H and L, and companies K of the Second and K ef the Third. Companies C, F, H and K of the Fourth artillery ; A, R, D, I, F and I of the Ninth infantry, D and G of the Fourteenth, and C, G and I of the Twenty third. General Crook will command in person. General Mackenzie, Colonel of the Fourth cavalry, will command the cavalry and Lieute...

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. — 8 December 1876

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. - RATES OF ADVERTISING. S63 85 17 18 510 $20 190 i ............... :ý 6 10 12 15 25 40 .. . ... 4 7 8 12 14 20 88 48 3 10 14 16 25 38 o6 S. ... 7 l0 12 18 24 85 60 76 S9 12 13 22 30 60 70 100 ................. 11 13 3, 35 50 75 100 160 S ...... . 2 140 70 90 140 250 Re,'_,;" advertising payable quarterly, sa due. S.n:.ie:: Alvertising payable in advance. N:.;,r ti S.i are 50 per cent. more than reg : , ,vertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 0. et per line for each succeeding insertion; inted ill Nonparicl measure. j.,b v.ork payable on delivery. 6-4: py F;iq4IONAL CARDS A-i'-1 ORN-EYS WW. F. CtLLIN, s\NI) T.ES & CULLEN, ATTO.NEYS-AT-LAW, -NI.\ MONTANA. I II y.,i.ihaln anl( Siurgeons . CHAS. F. MUSSIGBROD, M. D., iHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ) It'v(';. AT TIHE CITY Dtnu STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - ontana. wi'; l ttend to professional calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I'll y.sicl anl and Surgeon. -OfEce one door north of Postoffice DEERi LU1XIE, - - - ...

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. — 8 December 1876

3rILS > * WILZE, PEOPREITOBB -The electors in all the States, exoept those otherwise reported, met on Wednes day and cast their votes as indicated previ ously. -Enough of Mackay's South Carolina House has deserted to leave it without a quorum and give one to the Democrats, What next? -Mohtana only polled 6,807 votes for Delegate in 1876 against 8,118 in 1874 ; but Deer Lodge county 1,672'in 1876 against 1,583 in 1874. We hold our own. -The Colorado Legislature by almost unanimous vote has indignantly protested against the refusal of the House to admit Belford, the Colorado representative. Chas. G. Stifel, Republican elector in the 8d district of Missouri, is contesting with Gen. S. Frost, Democratic elector, who he declares ineligible. Gov. Hardin refused him a certificate. -What has become of Chapman's Cor inne and Portland railroad ? It was to be completed to Malad January 15th, yet an elaborate news letter from Corinne to the S. L. TWrbume a few days ago made no mention of it....

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. — 8 December 1876

_____----. R]ELIGIOUS. lrOtcrýt.-- Divine Services every Sunday at the C:tyr *L~l,, at 11 n. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday-school in ,O:.,' place " .t p rv. m v. ahlor N. Gilbert nii l ting S.rvi' i at the l'leiitlctiary Sd Sunday '11!11 itl! I . ce!lrated at the Cath ohlc 'hn '.' c .r Dcembcc hcr 10th at 10 a. m., .R' . 1t ID: l'ckcic olltciating. .~Ccttotwood Lodge No. 2 L 0. of 0. F. TV ! ,l -.r c,.ctin.ts of Cottonwood Lodge No. Th - iO u . rc-O ld every Wednesday evening at .. '. , "c . ,c to lc corncr c:1 and C streets. So o, r ,ir.t i enrc respetfillly invitad to attend. J Ri. HtSSELL. N. G, J O,. E. O wzS(;s. Secretary. 385-3m LOC)AL NEWS. ti I~t ,.-l Mr. Oilson, Wells, Fargo & (o.'s lessenger who came up from Franklin last trip, says the small-pox is abatins in Ogden, there being only seven or eight cases there when he left. One of the ueiglhblriug towns had a few cases but the disease is evidently disappearring. In relation to the story about Pocatello's In dian.c digging Ulp ...

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. — 8 December 1876

CBElTIN IiN AIBICA, BABON VON PALM ORZMATED AT WAS! "Ashes to Ashes." From the New York Herald, Nov. 19. According to the statements of those who have the matter in charge the remains of Joseph Henry Louis Charles, Baron Von Palm, Grand) Commander of the Sovereign Order of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem, Prince of the Roman Empire, Knight of St. John of Malta, will be cremated at, Washington, Pa, an the 6th of December. What is earthly of this personage lies in the receiving vault-of the Lutheran Ceme tery; and, if a disembodied spirit can re ceive any consolation from the good estate of its former tenement, the manes of the Baron must be gratified to know that a re cent surgical examination has established the fact that the fleshy domicile which it inhabited for about three score and ten years is almost in the condition of a mum my. The death of this gentleman occurred at the end of last May. The readers of the Herald will remember what a pitch public curiosity reached when it was...

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. — 15 December 1876

0lit 'Ic u t o ,,,iUe c t PEER LODGE, MONTANA. 1.:.TI OF ADVERTISING. 5 i ,,; 51. I $ 2 x30 1i I0 112 15 2I 40 7 7 1'l 11 _n) 33 41 S!t 14 (15 25 3) S I 24 5 60 75 t, 1 I 22 3, 0 5 70 1(,.) i 70 to 10 250 r.u:: pnyav¾e quarterly, as due. , .crtln:- paya'e in advance. a , e :, per centl. ore than reg , . cents for the first insertion; 'tr Ca' , 1 uc ieeidi ng illnsrtion; . , N o pai riel n nli, re. , i e on delivery. '( klN I:1 .; N \\ 1iL) -< ,.N. (~CII~ N, A - N71E7YS-AT-LAW, , - - MONTANA. }'l'.. j3'31L.1I EiD . D., pHYS;!4AN AND SURGEON. i- 'll; ('ITY l)IR . STOIRE. Dcer Lo;lie. - - - - - - Montana. S:1. MITCHELL, M. D., ' i n I t r. l' c i o . .,, t' oor tlrth of I'P stolice- i .,- - M.ONTANA. ly :i: .!. .! ht or day to paticens in ; 121I6. if S'iliS'1' NATIONAL BANK .... OI) *-DE. i i. 1 CLAlK. Pr'eidept. I: W. I)D NNELI.. Vic P-l'residcnt. PE. LAItAIIE. I a',rhier. l)-a, Exvhlan , on gAi :he Principal Cities of the World. :;'\ YOiIK COIRREJSPONDENTS, Donnell, Lawson &, ...

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. — 15 December 1876

MILLS & KESBLER, PBOPRILTOES -Gold in New York Dec. 9th-1.07J. -Prince, Democrat, was elected Mayor of Boston Wednesday by 2,000 majority over Bradlee. -Wool in Boston 13th was : Ohio and Pennsylvania 46@48, for X and XX; Wis consin and Michigan 40@421 ; combing and delaine 49(@55 for washed, and 35@37 for unwashed. Market firm. -Gen. Phil. Sheridan told a Montanian that he has money enough to build a post at that town. Why in the deuce don't he do it ?--Madisonian. Because he hasn't got " Lo natural" and is swinging to catch him while the game is out. -It will be seen that by almost unani mous vote the Senate has declared there are no Joint Rules in force. This disposes of the count of the electoral vote under the 22d Rule. It was undoubtedly a bad one, and is well abolished. -The Arant Courier, Bozeman, announ ces that hereafter it will be issued semi weekly, same size as at present, without increasing the price. The issue will be Mondays and Fridays. Five dollars a year is ch...

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. — 15 December 1876

: 'y . ;d:y at the , ' : !,, N. (Gilei t , i 2d Situliy ° YLecc c. 2 I2 O. of O. F. . ..ie , . ,, .. i cliii ' ,L, , v i.o "itii ,,t , .. ,,,, 'IL 81~ P EL Nlitli G I) ,t 1,im b] ,lack Hlills ,n Satur , ,, 'i'" fouri months and tn,, ime, the trip cost 11, , s nott think he got t.: i.. t,' ,ul lay. (;George does g.. ingly of the Hills. S ,~l 0ld taken out there; it. v menV there for the ., ,, i. 'il e emplolyed get good ., '.i no- tlt get employment 1Ie thinks it a poor place t :": .ihtlts to go0 from the fact of easy a. ,,rwhelminig crowds from the 11e left the Hills Nov. 5th. At ,:n e, :1 t i le was posted in front of , n Ocffermng $530 for any relia Sti~ni, cucerning the Wolf Moun .: .i ye" with information that difli ,,,btaini 1,000lO or 1,500 men had al iutt 1 orthward-reports variously ,: l th distance to the new gold ;,,, to 2 miles. HIe, with 24 l, ft Deadwood for Cheyenne Nov. :." t,;,, liin .ýi there without having seen ,, . They dug riloe pits every 1n hit a scare or two b...

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. — 15 December 1876

THE CHINESE gQ TION. PRODUCTION OF STARTLING TESTIMONY BE FORE THE CONGRESSIONAL COMM'TTEE. Is Any of This Kind of business Going on in Montana I SAN FRANcISCO, Nov. 13.-The joint committee of Congress which has been in session here to look into the Chinese ques tion has substantially completed its inves tigations. It will be found, I believe, that the members, while generally persuaded that the labor of tho Chinese is of value to the State as the labor of an equal number of horses or mules would be valuable, have been seriously impressed with the danger to the morals and the security of society of the presence in this country of a considera ble mass of these people. REWARDS FOR ASSASSINATIOS. Lem Shaum, a Christian Chinaman, who believed that it was necessary to stop the Chinese immigration, and who seemed to be an intelligent and educated man, calling himself a geologist, testified : Q. Do you know anything about noti ces of rewards being posted up in Chinese quarters in San Franc...

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. — 22 December 1876

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. t:.VIT OF ADVKIETISING. cI n . v 73 7 '! '11 0-f.d¶44 i1 1 1 1 :, 6 70 . . "i 4ii 1,' '22 .%1 60 7, 1 0 1 0 I M I Sve u. riaabl che quarterl-, ea cue. , L avCrtring pa.able In advance. N1c,: are (a) per cent. more than reg .... a h i.ng.g 13 cents fir the first insertion; , ,, r liti fit eatcll FlcCe.e ing l isertion; " ' 1t ' in Nonpuriel mnaenre. ,k ...aitle oI d1elivery. I ii i( \u I. (.-.s ! n ()NAl' ( .A ll) l I' : o F.:r~ '. qW . F. ('1 .tLEv, :\NI)II.. r CITI,-E!N, ATT0'FTEYS-AT-LAW, , 1. - MONTANA. CIIAl. F. MUS.T I"" .OD," M._ l D4 pHYSIC!AN AND SURGEON. ()t'It 1{ .lfT T'lii ('1TY )ltUG STOmE. Dee:r Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. l ". , 1, ;t I. ii :-onal call. in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I'h yI -t'it n i i I 4 urg C on. ()Oic- on' dour north of Potofficc DEILl: ilE, - - - - MONTANA. i'r,, l; !,t l tion ly night or day to patients In , iw, , " utr . [216.tf I .ANI1I.11I.-. . !FliST NATIONAL BANK - -OP- I )EE- LOE)DGE. W. A. ('LARK, President. IR. W. 1)...

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. — 22 December 1876

lil Jtwv *o h-Wtt tot. MILLS & KESSLER, PROPRIETORS --ewitt says lie has authorized the pro duction of all his telegrams. -The herald refers to Montana as the only Territory sending a Democratic Dele gate. Feun, Democrat, was reelected from Idaho, -Only 400 of the 1300 Indian ponies ta ken from the Sioux at Standing Rock have reached St. Paul. They were systematical ly followed by thieves and a number stolen every night. -There is a prospect that the race for presiding officer of the Council this winter will be a spirited one. Among the names mentioned are Mitchell and Brown, of Deer Lodge, Watson, of Beaverhead, and McAdow, of Gallatin.-Independent. -Murat Halstead has won the title of prophet in addition to that of Field Mar shal. His forecast of the complications of the Presidential election has been verified almost unexceptionally. Now will he please tell us what kind of a winter we are going to have. -On the Presidential problem Mr. Wm. M. Evarts is reported to have said:-"...

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. — 22 December 1876

i t : o xxhl - 1t t.st ,ýý.ý;" ll ýiiiý' ý ' , týý t,(r1 titind8 t III( an t1 inn.; ieveiiiii, 7 111"ce at '2 in. Il er r..0 - '- "o 2 I. of 0. F. nii_ f'. i~ Lodge No. }'~ t ill rv i e Widnesday evenlinig At .: +!,"L' d a (' id tuni . So t,, ti*-eii'lVj iiv it~d to attend. .r It. HUSSELIL. N. (. "I)(' AL NEWary. NS j O,('_ý L NE\VS. OI. , lulice with our custom, perhaps .1,.,r h11r in the breach than the ob ,.,, "vt one that circumstances im ,i I wllhich indulgent patrons have I.'d l 'ni'tly upon, there will be only a lldition of the NEi: NotIrn-WEST ,, dI Il,'iday Week. There are no l,:ir,, ridenlnCt here except those actually ,,,] ttntly empl ycd in this office. Sllv wk and no play makes Jack a dull aid does not paiticularly brighten up (iharly and lRhett. Printers like a few .,ys in a year to figure up their bank h,,,ks, cut oil' coupons and otherwise iden tify themselves with the religious and inor alelements of the community. The Editor al-,, requires a week to grind his sciss...

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. — 22 December 1876

YELLOWSTONE FIELD NOTES. ENGINEERING' OBSERVATIONS OF THE VALLEY. NO. VI. ('Cmpiled from Mc('lernsnd's and other reports. Thi' rturn of the command was a rapid one, beginning on the (th of September, Fort Ellis being reached on the 29th. From Deer Creek to Fork's Ricer the country is good, the route selected passing at first through a fine and extensive valley upon the Yellowstone opposite the Gen'l Staunley stockade of 1873. Turtle Creek, McClernand asserts, is wrongly located upon the maps-it joining the Yellowstone 5.92 miles from Deer Creek instead of near the Stanley stockade. West of York's River the country grows rough and " following down " Custer ureek one travels through a hideous waste of Bad Lands. The utter uselessness of such a country passes the comprehension of those who have not visit ed such a section. Huge hills of sandy clay and ashy earth, entirely destitute of grass, brush or even cactus, lie thrown together in all imaginable shapes. Some of these hills 100 fee...

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. — 5 January 1877

memes ==r,.-W--t *bt f m(J o * Jte RATE. ODP A.YII - . V ;r,,£ ........... ....... 3 6 t U 1 10 14 3r 1 ....... 7" 1W 12 24 l * 1l 912 " 15 22 20 80 o * S....... i 5 0 751 S Year ........ 2 40 55 70 140 250 Recgl;ar advertlsing payable qumuazvl, a due 'Tranient advertising payable in .dvanea. p~eceial Notices are 50 per cent. Hore thal ut i. utar edvertisemenfll Local advertiing. 15 centi for the uSm eaelt.s; 10 cents per line for each suaeedilt Imgii s; lines eonnted in Nonpariel measure. Job Wtork payable on delivery. tL ..t)FF:)'-I()?NAL CA..1 . W. F. Ssltds. W. W. fCut , s.NDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-A,' ,ILkNA, - --o.NTA* a II' ýTvsifol ik ,n d A :iir cO.s. - . PHYSICIANI ND Sli3Oi. I O'1$ICE AT TUE CIsrs DI)3U SToR . Deer Lodge, -- - - - IOast.i 2 iJ7 l attend t4 profesionilal caFllS t. A. H. MITC I3L, M. D;, .Z'hys8aici an a9n e .geo. -Office one door eort . Poto*e.. PEER LODGE, - - - - EýONTAlA. Prompt attention by anght er dy to p.atas t in town or country. 593tlt 71t1...

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. — 5 January 1877

mu LS * K4SLIZ, P3OUmTOae -That was a interesting episode in the Bennett-May Wednesday. W~a it Polo or lub. -Mr. J. V.Bogert, of Bozeman, writes us Dec. 28th:-"I am anxiously waiting for word froep Lieut. Deane and the Snake River E.ihpitioe, as I fear some disasrr has occure." -Mr. Yn Wagenen of .the Colorado -Yiring e.saw in his " Notes on Montana " pays the $W NoTIr-WEsT a compliment at-which we would feel more highly grati Sed if we believed it deserved.. Thanks, anyhow. -Ben;. D ites, Esq., 'will be private Seoretary to Governor Potts during the Legislative session. ".'Benardee" Is an excelle t selection and he will quit the place hen his duties are ended with the good opliton of all with.whom he has rela tions. -.te Tenth Session of the Montana SLegislature will assemble on aext Mona4y for session of forty days. Mlay Wisdom sit in Council in the House of the lawgivers . and-bat we presume they will have a Chaplain, so what's the use in exhaustieg editorial fervency. .-John Bul...

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. — 5 January 1877

RI tIGIoUI'4. $Pt c vi".L.- ni i m tle*,b%" Urltý **i~i r * M Cuey liotel at 4l a. r*. 4 }*. 1trt~odUa Iihr! henme rf lntfl t j n ct l .,2bev. Vahktm %. Elti d 0l iRt iir aitte C ei at 1w Pn 4k$ l Itp tlrt~d n peCIr mrnth. lt :ii{ pR en. to tier Yr.*.Iniytcriiiit Cle. *e 1 t;s. S.:KIarmt p in.. Re'. J. !. Be.."l. eJSdatag. Sn*:ru1ay-acbool iw the same plsat dal ¢ 1.R wy" meetingl every Thandb ewetlgt ,i a I: j9 at~mos+oz Laugs le L 041?. The regoWlal 8teISli ut GCttveWaat I41g. Bo.. .t1 C). ot) ti. 0.. awe bahi ereV %i Wwaleuday esasei at n clop~ ,at shit Mlmt awdc It Raa C "ttes p. juwanis~ig D" y het dle ldJWcltiltJ iavlaut to a/be-a~ By11 1 x. u ra M (. ul .. º.. etnaW sS Wat. tie-:1Rl 1.Ut. lAb. Ný. S LOCALl~ NIVWS. IIIjerAouc aoun.O-Vl when otoel event. seuor sad ars recersde the seene is known as hist&ric gro.ud the locality where battle has raged and memory aslie pemSerled the evPnt may be trnaformed from the Ipe spectvelol traditional to historic ground even by the ecrd ...

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. — 5 January 1877

.ý .. -- ---~-- ·---~~ Rsfq Dttýr itl h6 tx11 - ýta djueI1em asra, Nut.. rei w.. iý. ef lilt Nduis C~iwgi IK. d: &na-«At lb. dabs .1my annual repost for l Zi asisbpt5tb, tbp.$ rtia`$ShS~tl 1.b.l.r iand Corado, were very much ýr~'· SI~, rya.S80;~ %161 +ý r ý d iltoct i iiectiy spOB thee UlonS Ruueerratie, She Agency, Indi..anwas 'i.re iitd d Tht thi ihpd4LV "itemew mse ommQitted byýw .it.i" lW *ii S dlr aewr , (Iucrleiilr .,mde srraderjHsmttci. Bu CL~ ll aia&s " e "r vast .ate.$ of vetru aaka ig t e, £gs·cies $kitioP k$ , *lr : s is fn ad ods dep*I., and were eo im~ely oca.dseleby it.mmmnias, l nteeat lid esmcane.m ath'UAer eoy ln d item. Wta it as. dil~colt to determine ub"r. tiae l f 4Si~b.pso~atv dspo ds.or ~bl&rRteesmmtb ~bc~ SIs fact it wer well known that the treaty of 1816 bad been regarded by the Indi.n. . Ma Iisms m'bluai.ig en a. au au t " ading e thsm. On thse prt of the Ooverssas$t, po.titwitading the utter Sdisegard by the ison of the terms of the trety, saUa...

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. — 12 January 1877

- -.t pm r oertfr-e * w T w sto a.e W 2 i ': .....0........ 2 1 :3 6. t O0 12 S26 W ' 1ar ............ 78 ..4 1 tont *6 10 8 2 3 S w ... .,..9 12 15 22 30 0 170 100 Year 2 40 165 70 90 140 2500 Regly adveratidn payable quarterly, as dues Transient advrtiasltg payable In advance. Spetliil 1otices are 50 per aeet. more than reag ,jar adveriateedL Local advel'1in 18 ene for the fet insertiUn; 10 cents per 1ie f each -aceeding insertion; `llne eounted In onpaiel medaue. Job Work paable oa delvery Y' lO FEl3MIOlfAL VAR DS W; F. SA tans. W. I.L CL.Ur , SANDERS &t CULLEN, ATTORNUTS-AT-L.W,. ulHi ENA, : ONTLNA. P II ystel aanns and haingeone. cgAs. 1. MUSSItBBROD, Y. D., PAYSICIAR AND UISEOID. O'PICE AT THA Ci~r DRUG 8TORU Deer Lode, - -. - -- - ontmna. Will attend toprofessional alla in town. . 67 dL. g:.CICI1L, U. D., Ih st olasn' befl Burgeon. -oide eUa door aorth of esofmce- DEER LODGE, - - - - gONTANA. Prompt attention by eight or day to patifats in town or country. 1n16.tf `l---MK...

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. — 12 January 1877

r r .Xa asszWa, PEOPBTeOBs -Gold was $1.06 in New York, Wednes day. `-. -3Beqj. F. Preuett has been nominated for Goverhor bythe New. Hampshire Legis lature. • S-Up to this morning the Legislature is still unorganized, the Council not havlng eboted a President. -Fri. .tte length of time it takes the Legislature to organize we infer the Helena betels are spreading satisfactory tables. A b.4'breakfast all round would bring on -a crisis before noon. -*It is believed now that a bill will be bent in by the Compromise Committee re quiring concdrrent action of the House and 8Senatelo reject the vote of a State. This has been Morton's position for years. -Bennett, the nocturnal stroller of the streets of Bozeman, who telegraphed the Signal Light Sensation to the Independent last summer, is now dodging the sheriff of Utah, who is after him for swindling. -Mr. Geo: Stark, Vice-President of the Northern Pacific Railroad, writes to a gen tleman in Bozeman "the Northern Pacific "is doing well. O...

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. — 12 January 1877

iEtIG-IOUS. Dlvinr i Services everySunday at the rcl. o.o Iat 11 :n.. n . m. Scnday-school in l ' 'I"':" l'lcine : t 2 2i. , I: . T 'nhlcn N. Gilbert n lice':,t w l",I':,itentiUry Sd Sunr's - .: .- 'crVice every ,Sundday morning *i t. r :t ii Ch,'rn. at 11 a. mi.; eveninlg, . 1,t . I. t. l sel. officiating. s trll,,.-chofol in the same place at! p i. . -Prayer rv Thursday evening at 7:30. o·tto.rwood Lodgo No. 2 I. 0. of 0. F. ,I u eetin 'of Cottonwood Lsodge No. To " a :re ield every Wednesday evening at 2 0. ~t t". illall corv:cr ad and C streets. So oo" r' , thcr, n ,I aire respecttully invited' to attend. 13g' order of ;y. BIEN. N. (I, (Cc 'svrc-. Secretary. _ 838-3m IJO(A- L NEWS. ROLL OF HONOR. Cash Department, New North-West. We have the pleasuro of acknowledging below the receipt of the sums set opposite the wrspcctive names for the NEW NORTH WgIT sent tO that address. This dates from the holidays, but does not include the ,towna list." As no one is more en titled to a perso...

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