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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 16 February 1877

M1inagl Dr se . o. . , ~mta" Correspoadehco 8. F. Mining Prem. Here, as in other coutnties of the t'erti tory, the attention of miners is fast turning from placer and gravel mining as they grow less profitable to qgartz. Neat Black foot a fine copper lead has been opened and worked for nearly a year. From a cut along the lode it had been found to have a width of eight to ten feet, the whole con tain;ng copper ore, with from six inches to four feet of carbonate ores, running 44J per cent. in copper. Upwards of 100 tons shipped to Baltimore brought $4 per unit. or $17-400 per 100 tons. The whole of the ore at the depth of 50 feet was thought to ran fully 20 per cent. Two other lodes were said to run parallel to this, all of which are owned by Messrs. Dorr & Ar nold. SOME GOOD PLACER MINES Have been found on my way around the county, which seem worthy of notice. The claim of Moore & Quigley, on Car penter's bar, paid last season $9 to $10 per day, or from $2 to $3 to the man af...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 February 1877

the Mews Mo)*W= etai DEER, LODGE, MONTAA. RATYS OF ADVERTIBING. ................ i t' o r7 $8 10 $20 G10 12 15 2. . 7 S 12 14 20 33 4, S , 2 .............. 5 ,8 4 1 4 16 25 52230 50 70100 t: 1 1 , r 00 160 1 liar ............... -- 2-,4 5.5 1 ,0 /901140 250 Itr avert:aing payable quarterly, as due. ]Tr, :a1 alertising payable in advance. ..-r. 1 aNticee ;.re 50 per cent. more than r ncrso .'rt!'VetrosU. e g! . . 1. na: advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion 10 certs per line for each succeeding lnsertion lines vCuntedl in Nonpariel measure. I,,b Work payable on delivery. I I I M'S I4)NAJL CAltl) ' W. F. _ W. F. CULLUN, \NI ) IS, & CULLEN AT3OiNSES-AT-LAW, S . - . MONTANA.! I Ii h ,sItel:1 :1;.t1 ~'lrUgeone. CHAS. F. MUSSIG3ROD, M. D., ?HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OlrFCE AT Till: (CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. W1V1 :tt..li to profes.ional calls in town. A. H. MITCHEHLL, M. D., y' Iy lsic(ian ai nd Surgeon. -Office one door north of Postoice-- ' 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. — 23 February 1877

KILLS .a LBBE3, PROPRIETORS -Gold was 1.041 in New York Wednes day. We hardly need a resumption act nOW. -The line was up again Thursday even ing. Congress has now reached the Oregon case. Nothing else of special importance. -Mr. Bass, President of the Council, and S. T. Hauser, President of the First National Bank of Helena, have gone to the States-presumably on railroad business. -Gen. Brisbin will, in response to our urgent request, favor us with a communi oation upon the subject of Railroads, which we shall publish next week. We shall look with much interest for the views of a gentleman who has had no little experience in the matter.-Coeurier. --Governor Potts sent away to the States last Sunday two persons from the Insane Asylum. John Henninger, who was a charge to this county, goes to Mitchells ville, Iowa, and Major John Owen, for a long time a Territorial patient, will go to his friends in Philadelphia.-Independent, 20oh. - The town was dressed is holiday attire yesterday 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. — 23 February 1877

RELIGIOUS. r..coli'ALt.- Divine Hie vices every Sunday at the ('h;rch at t11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Sunday-school in the rU::e place a! 2 p. im , 1lv. Y.ltohh N. Gilbert cltiicating Serviee at the l':itentiary 2d Sunday n eC y 1 oI,th. ,t 8 p. m. lrs lr:I rTi; n'.-mil'lleC every 1Sunday morning in tlj i'r-lyteuian i'hurelh. at .11 a. in.; evening, 7 p m.. Rsv. J. If. IRussel, officiating. iund::y l-chool in the same place at 2 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thurslay evening at 7:3l0. (aintlo.tv.-- -Servies every Sunday. Firet Mass at S,'c. hk a. m.; second Mass at 10t, a. m. Catechism unlder the dire,'tion of the Sisters of Charity at 2, o' lock p. . Vespers at 7 o'clock p. nm. Cottonwood Lodge No. 2 . 0. of 0. F. The rl'1uinlr meet ings of 'ottonwoo Loxl.e No. 2 i. i at O. F., are held every Wednesday evening at itlocik.n t the Hall clorner 3d and C streets. So oruiliig brlthtenll re respecti: ll y invited to attend. I y order of 3M. BIEN. N. G, G Et)nI E t-'c , Secretary. 38-3m ~~~.: ~ ~ ...

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. — 23 February 1877

Mines and Mills of Butte City, Montata. Ecox in Mining Press, Feb. 8, The town is named from a prominent butte in sight. It has grown to a popula tion of about 800, chiefly within the past two years. The rapidity of its growth is attributable to the richness and extent of its mines, which cover an area of seven miles in length by about four in width on the western slope of the Rocky mountains, and extend easterly to within five miles of the summit. As the ascent is gradual they are unusually accessible. The country rock is granite, the general ciurse of veins east and west, dip south, and strike of ore bodies, so far as explored, to the west. The general character of the ore is quartz, carrying sulphides of silver, frequently rich and from $5 to $50 per ton in gold, °many veins, however, containing carbonate and sulphide of lead, running from $30 to upwards of $100, per ton silver, besides two or three belts of copper, going all the way trom 10 to 70 per cent., the average of ore sh...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1877

DEER LODGE, MONTANI.A. RATLS OF ,ADVERTISING. * -~~ - - C I57 I . o2 $30 1 . 75 1020 110 " ... ......... .. 1 10 Iý 15 5 4 ' 14 253 54 iyt Fr n l (i 75. . iG 3 03 70 1140 1250 ... r sdrt',l1it payable quarterly, as due. S, lert;irl: a&,i in advalnce. . ; are 50 per cent. more than reg. , i 1, cents for the first insertion; ,- ,.e l ietl.e for each osucceeding insertion; S te in Noupariel measure. " v k paati. Un delivery. S "I"I')11N I CARDS W. F. Cl'.LEN, :\N)I:-. & ('. LLEN, AI ? _1EYS-AT-LAW, MONTANA. J~AS. F. M IBRO D, . D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ()FrlE .\T Tie C'!TY DRuc STORE. Deer Lodge, - Montana. Wlli att'nd to pIrfesional calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., p h Ysi cliln and iulrgeon. -Office one door north of Postoffice DER LOD(E, - - - - MONTANA. ron.ipt atteution ly night or day to patients in town o collltry. li tf S. IIANKElRBS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK - -or I)EEIR LODGE. W. A. ('CARK. President. R. W. T)ONNELL. Vice-President. S. E. LARABIE, Cashier. Draw Exch...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1877

EKLLS* 0KZU5MsU, PRoZaTrea -The. telegraph line ceased working yesterday noon. -Vanderbilt's will was offered for Pro-, tate on Wednesday and several protests entered by neglected relatives. , -The Crow Indian report announcing twenty miles of Sioux marching toward the Crow,b.gencyis deemed exaggerated. -Thurman's ill health compellinghim to resign his position al a member of the Electoril Commission, Kernan was selected in his stead. -The House is busying itself in prepar igg a bill providing for another Presiden tial election next fall. It is {not probable there will be any occasion for it. One elec. tion in four years is enough. -Wyoming is evidently having a heavy storm. The telegraph line was interrupted west of Laramie for several days this week and telegrams were brought past the break by express, throwing them two days late. -The iron mill in process of construction at Laramie, Wyoming, has a contract to supply 80,000 tons of rails to the Utah Northern railroad, in addition ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1877

RIELIGIOUS. ErorAL.- Divine Services every Sunday at the Ch: h 1 11 n. m. and 7 p. In. Sunday-school n. th . : ," I'l;ace ,t 2 p v . . ''nlilu, N. Gilhert c' nn ,.si ,r ·i,' a, the Il.'~.itel tiary Sd Sunday n ei.ý ~,,tt:,. ni :t.'4 I 1 t^" pp E.vrerI' +Y..r n:, ".-' " vry Sunday morning in ' r .- :tia, 'h , :r .h . at. 1 1 .n . ; e v e r i ' , 7 I . I;-cI el. officiating. ea , .hlu. 0 ill t he tsane place at 2 p. mn. Prayer mer ei: t ,very T arl:'1 day eve in at 7 ..0. CAI 1191 tr. -tivrv', `r every Sudday. First Masi at Ikm : ,Imon I .Miast at 10., a nm. Catechism d," ah 1 wetibol of the Siters of Charity at 2;4 in. Vcpelrv at 7 o'("o:k p. mn. 'ottonwood Lodge No. 2 I. 0. of 0. F. Thh.l.* anuln netincf Cof ttonllwoo'l Lodge No. i. fo. O . F.. are held every Wedne.lay evening at -,,, cIk. at the Hill corner 31t and C streets. So o:.u I I ,rthrien .re rf spectfully invited to attend. iy order of M. BIEN. N. G, (Cfeone PIA'(''* ScOe-t iry. 3_8-3m I A()(AL NEWVS. ]T r i.n:.--Business ...

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. — 2 March 1877

hn.m .of Suvadtia C0otp, Maat"ls Ieno In Mining Plres. Feb. 1, The first .district enoountered . going month from Butte City towd &Bannack, is that of VIrOND, being five maUe in length, north and south, and about two miles wide. The general formation is limestone, the mineral belt bounded on the east by quartz, etc., and on the west by porphyryZ The direetion of lodes in the south end, northerly and southerly, while that of quartz hill, or northern end, is easterly and westerly. Veins from two to 20 feet thick. .Character of ore in the south end, gray copper and anch of it plumbiferous, carrying a good percentage in silver, being both free milling and smelting.' The ore of the north end is chiefly carbonate of lead and sulphides of silver, with a suffcient amount of the green carbonate of copper to work it, and in eopnequence a good free milling ore, that runs from $30 to $200, or probably making an average of $60 per ton. U'HE MAMMOTH, (South belt), Messrs. Patton & Branaga...

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. — 9 March 1877

DEER LODGZ MOUTAWA. RATrE OF ADVERT'IINII - .. ....9 asso s ::-.:.e....... S . . &. ,- 88 -10 820 - - - . 5 10 12 15 25 40 4 - ........ 78 12 14 20 s3 43 S............... 7 10 24 85 60 75 , .. . 9 2 :1 2 30 5o 70 100 S ............. 11 I. .5 , 50 75 1100 100 S1 . ............. i6 -, 40 o 55 70 190 1140 250 p_, ,r:, advert sing payable quarterly, as due. S...i:t alverti.inl payable in advance. -1- Nties are 50 per cent. more than reg. irr r.:rv`mTrr ntam . i,,'nl "advertising. 13 cents for the first insertion; 1- ,..at5 per line for each succeeding insertion; :gcls counted in Nonparlel measure. J;,,t W:,rk payable on delivery. A 1"T'OIN IES I ' ` Iln- W. F. CULLInn, S \ N[)1;RS & CULLEN, ATTO0NE7S-AT-LAW, ' . - - MONTANA. 3 " yti t. ns tnld t 'tLlrgeons. CjAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O)FFICE AT TIHE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. "ll tt en·d to professional calls in town. A. H. MICHIELL, M. D., jI' y-sl (i ian tii nd Surgeon. -(ffice oi...

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. — 9 March 1877

ItELLS *& XBSSLR, pr5orLE2BOs --Lamar was sworn in as Senator on Tuesday. -'1 He serves his-party best who serves bis country best."-Rutherford B. Hayes. -Morgan, 6f Alabama, and Grover, of Oregon, were sworn in as Senators Thurs day., -There are few perpendicular pronouns in Hayes' inaugural. He has modesty as * well as merit. -Telegrams indicate the Senate did not accept the Cabinent kindly and hesitated to confirm. They will come to it. -" The only safe paper currency is one which rests upon a coin basis and is at all times promptly convertable into coin." Rutherford B. Hayes. --A fine display of flags and a salute of 1l0-guns was the welcome the Republicans of Deer Lodge gave to the annoupcement of Hayes' mauguration. -" Sherman for Secretary of the Treas ury means resumption of specie payment," was a remark made yesterday. Yes, and Hayes for President means it too. -'dI recommend an amendment to the Constitution prescribing a term of six years for the Presidential office an...

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. — 9 March 1877

R ELIGIOUS. EP9,l^;,Al .- Divine Scrr'ces every Sunday at 'the C(th'i t,'h a t 11 i, . n lid 7,"0 U. mi . Stinday- :chool i n. .. , l'::rw t' !'. n.. !'` ~ 'ahlot, N. Gilbert ti: i.. hr , i.'".'-". ; th, 1;w ,i.6tiary nd undaoy l rI S I.dAv. First as at ,c,,i: re"o n . it 10! a i yn. Catechismo p -;;., t!:: I " "- ti "aof thil' Sisters uf CIlariy at 23r i l, , . ,( i crri nt . o,'cl k 1i. in. LOCAL NEWS. Scribne focr March. 'Id'e" ace aboui,t eighty illustrations in tle M1arch numhber of Sernbner, twenty.-: cir tle. i ac'l,)mpatlnying Mr. t. S. w\.i's dets;rlipti ln of " The New York AqAi ai im." Amiongthesubjectsengraved alt' t 1 Lii . tiy. the lHell-benders, Sea 1;;':., T;. 'oad-Fiih, Angler, Skate, Shark, ý;l;.. 'lant ' ith e ljlie.nted Whale. Much at t,,1n*n iS lilt 0ted to the circulating and ilinlg syst-mn of tihe Aquarium 'which is Son be Iucl sPli.rior to those of similar inl'titutios abi~tl. O(ther illustrated pa peis af Pr'I'lietnnl College " by Rcv. Dr. A, 'lltler ,-! i l...

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. — 9 March 1877

Kni OrCly, Kary Mape, sate eold, and Otarer At the recent Woman's Congress, in her interesting paper entitled "Women in Journalism," "Jennie June" (Mrs. Croly) refers with pride to the rapid promotion of Eastern women in the profession of journal isna i. e., Mary L. Booth, editor Harper's Basar, Mary MIapes Dodge, editor St. Nieholas, Kate Field, Lucia Gilbert Cal houn,, Louise Chandler Moulton, Lucy Stone, editor Woman's Journal, etc. May not we, as Western women, point with equal pride to Myra Bradweil, editor Chi cago Legal News, Charlotte Smith, editor Inland Monthly; Frances E. Willard, edi tor Woman's Temperance Union; Mrs. S. L. Williams, editor The BaUlo Boz,Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Dunning,editor .Niew Northwest, Portland, Oregon; Mrs Kate N. Doggett, Miss Ella Ives, and hosts of others, of whom we shall have a word to say in the future. Twenty women journalists report from New York City. Will Chicago's woman journalists please report ? "The first paper in this country,of which 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. — 16 March 1877

the IeW bJort'=Wezt DEEIR LODGE, KMONTANA. =P -- -- ------ RATES OF ADV=RTISING.' .... C q ..A. ... S e ................. $ 5 $7 I $10 $20 $30 ................. 3 6 10 12 25 40 4 4 7 12 1420 33 4 1 nb ................ 5 i I 14 1 25 8 7 10 12 8 24 5 60 76 S' 9 15 i 9 -i50 70 100 S - ....... ...... 11 ,1 1 1 , 50 75 10 160 SYr. .. 1 2 40; 55 . 70 90 140 250 Renlr .-.advertising payable quarterly, as due. j: ! tielt advertising payable in advance. o,-cisl Notices are 50 per cent. more than rag. ular -.ivertisements. L,,el advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; ,0 cfents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Noqpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. lea gt IG4 4[ON ('L. itA W. F. .4-I.Iu .A. W. F. rI.LEN, - .N I)ES & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,I E,-NA. - MONTANA. l.lIlv. |l th|l s itlle M.. lrgeo nl . CHAS. FF.MUSSIaDROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OTFFICE AT TIHE CITY DRuo STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - M- ontana. Will attend to professional calls...

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. — 16 March 1877

KILLS t lOtaLR3 , PROPRIETO3 S -Gold has been 1.04* for a week. --That opposition to the Cabinet Van ished. -The Union League of Philadelphia en dorses Hayes' policy. -Kellogg was admitted as Senator from Louisiana o6n the 12th by a strict party vote. -The Senate has restered to the W. U. Telegraph Company the 80,000 messages overhauled. -John D. Lee, the Mountain Meadows fiend will be executed at Beaver, Utah, Friday, March 23d. -Oliver Ames who died on the 9th inst. wad one of the parties proposing to build the railroad to Montana. --The administration starts auspiciously. It iooks as though the era of reform and good feeling had begun, and that Presi dent Hayes is eminently the man for the place and the occasion. -We understand Mr. J. V. Bogert, of Bozeman will probably be the New York Herald reporter with Miles' command in the coming pampaign. The Herald coild not sea-re atiother person in Montana cnnmbining so many desirable qualities. He is reliable, intelligent, indomitable, ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 16 March 1877

RELIGIOUS. S t.. - Divtie Servic' every Sundaiy at the tCiirt it 11 A, "n. *. "d 1 . Sunday-school i he -:inr t' ,t . 2 p'cv. iv. lon N. Gilbert ti1 - zilc_ e r .teitentiary Sd Sunday ,"u. roT- l.'.-'"rv eri every Sunday morning th tile eib'" te i Church. at 11 a. m.; evening, 7.89 in Rev. J. Ii. Russel. officlating. Sdl hol in the same place at 1 p. m. Prayer r, tih every Thursday evening at 7:30. CATHOc_-e.-er ice every Suniday. First as at ,rclo`kA. m.; :rconld Mass at 10y a. m. Catechism ader the d reeti-n of the Stlters of Charity at i.° o'clock P. . cvspcrs at 7 o'clock p. m. FIRE COMPANY NEETING. Th-re will be a sppecial metingoat Deer Lldge Fire Com Nit. I. It their engnle house, on Saturday cov if.3lt rch h l7th, tor the election of officers and rshi other bl.ine-a mas properly come before it. A lill rtteurdm'le I, reqitestedl By order of . IrI MITtiiELL, Foreman. It tS ('LARI. Secretary. 409-it L()CAL NEWS. (,u IN THE COLD.-Although this has been a summery winter, there ha...

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. — 16 March 1877

TE NW DOMINION. SBITISE COLUKM U N T3EZATZIlNG SB The Paciic Ralway Scandal. OTTAwA, Canada, Feb. 21, 1877.. There is no subject that has more deeply stirred and is still° agitating the Canadian mind than the variods questions involved in the construction of the Canadian Pacific or 'Transcontinental Railway. It has divided parties, introduced asperities, been instrumental in changing the government, and even caused grave threats of secession to be heard from the far West, where a disappointed people are holdingthe present administration responsible for the non fulfillment of past pledges. ,In order to make the matter understood on your side of the line it will be necessary to rehearse a portion of THE HISTORY OF THE DOMINION. After the Trent affair Canada was re garrded by some as a possible battle ground between the United States and England, and the English governmept of that day ,esd-upon tharriorthern dependent as a souree of weakness rather than of strength to the Empire. The c...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 March 1877

,OEER LODGE, MONTTAII. IATES OFr DVZRTIUING. ýýI=ýa *x A a S ' l: Si, 3S:$Io;S0530 " 10 115 25140 4 12 14 70!33 43 z t I 16 25 (3133S 24 ;I 1~Il 5 I~s 11 c:h · l; 14 .4i ~ Si 601 75 t5 22 350 70 1100 r, Ott it) 50 1' 140 '250 r,. iir t ivcrt .*ig payahbl quarterly, as due. r#jl [ ~ r';t c llC its advanre. are . per celt. iore thn rng 15i 1 rents for the fint inaertion; eor each succeeding insertion; l 1I;e nupariel mea'ure. JuiA p ? ya1ble on deliv ey. 1"Ii~'1-"'O.VAY' '. t) 4 A'I..V' ('r-LLZN, AT:0 P1iv'YS-AT-LAW, ii i~'~A -MONITANA. CH11' F.I~ MiU It .d CD M.P D.,l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. IViF I"l1 '."r TT11F CITY DituG S'rostE. Deer Lodge, - -- -- -Montana. 11"'d~~n t lv,'l~la C 14i town. A. H. MITCHIELLs, M. D. Silly y l. n Itnd 3U rgeon. _fl.,,e one door north of Postoffice pEIt LOD); F - - - - MONTANA. prompt attention by night or day to patients in town or couItry. FIRST NATIONAL BANK .or- I1 ER LODGE. W. A. CLARK. President. R. W. DONNELL. Vice-President. o. E. LARABIE, Cashi...

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. — 23 March 1877

PILLS & KESBLEB, PROPRIETORS .Joohn D. Lee will be shot to-day. -The Senate adjourned on the 17th sine die. -Packard seems to be forcing a crisis in which he will fall. -Fred. Douglas was coufirmed by a majority of five or six. -The telegraph line has only been work ing about one day this week. -The Benton Record strongly endorses Governor Potts for re-appointment. -Hayes 1876; Evarts, 1880. That's the way it looks; but New York don't grow Presidents. -Blue lights weren't popular a hundred years ago and it does not look as though I Pleasanton would make them so now. Sci entific facts cannot be overthrcwn by er ratic vagaries. -Wells, Fargo & Co. and the Territory of Montana now offer a standing reward of ' i000 for any highwayman attempting to a rob a stage. Our friends will please bear t this in mind. -The .Missoulian says a petition will soon be circulated for a daily mail between Deer Lodge and Missoula. It should be established and will receive hearty support d at this e...

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. — 23 March 1877

RELIGIOUS. ErPnrtAL..-- Divine Services every Sunday at the Church at 11 a, In. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday-school in the sa.me place it 2 p. n ,h lIev. Mahlon N. Gilbert ofilicaling Services at the I'euitentiary 3d Sunday n every ainmth. at ,.!¢ p. D'. Pn.b.arTiruiAn.-.crvices every Sunday morning in tlw I'rerbt:lt i:L t'o:rch. at 11 a. m.; evening, 7..9 p in., Hev. J. . . Russel, officiating. Sunday school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer meet ing every Thursday evening at 7:30. CaTnoL.tc.--Services every Sunday. First as at S u'clock;a. m.: second Mass at 1034 a. m. Catechism tunder the direction of the Sisters of Charity at SM o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. LOCAL NEWS. COUNTr FINANCES.-The annual exhibit of Deer Lodge county finances is published on the fourth page of this issue, and is gratifying to all interested in the county. In 1s;!. county warrants sold at 20 cents on the dollar; now they are in demand at 85 cents. Then the debt was about $80, 00(0: now it is $47.17...

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