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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 May 1870

. . . s -r . .... . . . " . .·.. ... , VOLUM 1... _t".-, . ._ =, Wo, T"N"" A k 9 3 ia uu u a xiI wLYrwrd w· u a,...a~ r dw .*a . , 5 grw g t "-a e t, D5RU LODE, MONTANA. TERMS -CURRENCY. n corv o Vr.ua, ......................p a0 Ws Cory Ll MoxN e........................ 0 0 rDyVTIINO RATA--Qearterly a Dua. a - 6. 6 S. . 1. .. ..17. 30 47 . . 7..1... . 19 .10 .. 40. 60 90 si . ..;..i:,I:9 . .I..m. .1 . 1 W No r9 1 .5. .6. . . S US. A ca e ow e a a tmarr e do U this type Loa!p eel.ne Notices S ust. per Nos. AV that thre pap set hand newsy, easli la masy aa rilt i m a On; ,o to kck that dor d aL. tlo im A woumb owned a Thomai cdoe AId ohr cInltg. up sa m al. When th thtere cat wa enmad. The manad bled cme alos one , Whe rm e t f woman hsedl du Do, And thep l be h ie irrier e , SThen wet forg the pr em e .s tried to hat the neck p of the est, ret the est. he wouldnt tb c1awed9 go b lit on the beck of that thero do And the drclaw wot aq his ide, Then kte u aed, ad kcked aa ord ed ! The ...

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. — 27 May 1870

NEW NORTH* WEST. Ji. L.ODUI . . . .dID o1. DIEl IMi I CITY, PallAY, MAY 27. 4i$p* D IVtVr VD IN THEB BAST. telebo $*leypp 4aforges us our reperable Uncle is about to entertain Red Cloud at Walblngton. He is now as reute there -with J 3Us h IhaIIs--bet.,ewr uw John IRlbw- aeBomran half-breed, who was eaught lemuggl g powder to theSlouz Indi -aes, whoa they, under Red'CI.o, were at open war with the Gallatin setler:, i at cost of $1,00,000 to eontn. Twoeisrs ago the 27th of last December, this same Red -Cloud murdered somes 0 United States sol diets at Fort Phil Kearney--the Petterman massamee; a year or two ago he sent an In solent message to to e Commissioners sent to taret with him, demanded the abandonment of the PoWder river route, the dlsmnatitag of Porte Phil Kearney and Smith, and the withdrawal of troops from altthat region of country. The government humiliated itselftothe redskin. The demand wasaceed ed to it a loss of some $~8,000,000 n property, to the government, and our ...

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. — 27 May 1870

NEW NORTH -WI__br ,EER LODuE CITY, FRIDAr, SA 37. L- ULL ATIO'N FORL MAY. --- r:,l ýI.· R....uOb.. . . ...Morning yuii l''"" .... 1h.... grn.... ....M roring Thrd nrt'r ....d.... h.. ra .... ...Monlir !" yu Novi) . :i~.... t.. :N 13m Abby 11Jtn ornltn ,IETWROWGO ICAL RECORD. 3Tlll;CIC rWELT BY ORANVILLI SITA'R?, DEfLOWA Ti,, t'ujW91P0XD2%T Or IUWUMSOSEA3 Ztaf1rLTE. ~c 4q8U0 r~auITLD 1U040O m. Lr L ALTI tZ 4.210fret. - .jUP U1AV'ot URWAnKI. ~ ,A -- _________ fi 47 do , U 49 ,S do '4 :.Y '7 191 fltb `t t' 64ý, 'loldy - utd 0.70 Inchbe of aln dualng ,al s KII ur wutnwoo'ds are is lull' leaf-twowek. PA~i V ih.*i uau i 0. N j.o<( AL NEWVS. ..~Ask for Wee~k's Champagne Cider. -The race a ivertised for May 29th has been indetl litLly postponed. -Mr. IEd Stoe is authorized Agent of the NtEw NotaTI W'EST at Frenchtown. _Court term begins at Missoula Monday, June 13. Judge Hllram Knowles presiding. i-ix Walls Walla race horses went into Vallitwn & Cu's stable yesterday. Look out fur fu...

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. — 27 May 1870

NEW NORTR - WEST. Tl.he f a.oti deeptl 1 a rules of th n gr of bar will b!s interes. iethioelvrsn f the gim ees It hes beoe. ery -smpulsramq inpus at theast: four ball ges. AtU telead has he wa, the blu l on t.amR spot at the foot of Atls a and te iO onb eea wI. sand the sht Pltme av lr the any pes of c ''strlng" fret: end when ht haud the striker peh bhil anywhere on tbl. lme,.sabpl h ian direeb, ee though tobal firl strack e within the' "strig" 4xde1.asu providl in section 8 oa "count i. Upoeaeontlnp-A count can only be aley a "force.'" (C . draw) "' * , S"tfo r aP "'lsoe," a .~' Ol a bell dead aist or near the icab u by 4aiA kg ens bhprht bqf 4 her sto contact with cue ba or popr l ke cdie'bdi to tkbs skto s on dherl .tforeor di<qeay fter the arnt object balL [To better de.ne the above, no mrilk ball be accounted a "'torce," or "draw" b t ea ow dth cqtfe,, orbya dmwewrd stueof the cue mesdlcnlerly hdm and to ceestita ts e "'ol low the two balls tobe counted on must be at least...

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. — 3 June 1870

T E NO RTH N-WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 187 hcr N.ew ourth.s-t',, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. T'cFlLt 1 -CURRENCY. O gz ('"Irt t .v YEAR, .................... .... $. 00 11 _1, ,'/1'1' SIX Mn\T) - ............. ........... $50 A\ EIr.(lt'IJING ItITE4S- Quarterly as Due. i , :. : r I ý 'ime . $ $'1 57. $8.' $4210. $3I >ji 0 3. 5.. . .10 . l1 5. 2I 40 . . . . l.1. K...l ..1 .. .17.' Jl 47 oiLtlh .. . . 10. .14. .10. . 1$. 35 41 " .1(..12.. .N. 1 .. ' .8. 45 45 i O . 12 . ..K2. . .+40., 80 (N SI, . ti ..40.0. 5 . .l. N1 140 15,,, l. .. 40. ' . W 5 . . ,j . . . o A ('rid i Iet li.n,. : a qnuareTen Lines, of this t.i" I' .' l Iurinel NotL.em s c'·Bents per line. S('urre(lpolhlle'lce, short anld newsy, sollclted frum; nI , l' 11c rr name must aomtnpany each ,.tr *' -irI t" ,r I'nel faith. 'ermnuislun to use u1,n ,'," i itlid; - pr,.frred. A'1'7' TN ]"- I" .IA A n 1t. II ItOl VN, ATT'1'( ) NEY - AT-LAW, COURllT 10IIOIR 1 SQUARE, Deer Lodge City, Montana. W. F. KANDERS, ATT...

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. — 3 June 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. J.. ll M3ll., . . Ed. tor IEER LODUE CITY, FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 2'ilE COMING ISSUE. "If Josh can beat God then I am for Josh." Such are the words attributed to Senator Nye by George Alfred Townsend. Even in jest. those are bad words to come from the lips of a Senator. The avowal was not on an abstract religious point, but in reply to an interrogative suggestion that unless preventive measures were adopted the Chinese and Chinese Paganism were liable to sweep over the Pacific coast, de stroy our Republican institutions, build the altars of idolatry on the siteof Christian churches, and wrest this fair and rich do main from the hands of American citizens for the aggrandizement of aliens and na bobs. The Chinese question will, before long, be a more important issue with the Pacific coast, than the Indian question, and like it, for like reason, we fear it will be one the government at Washington will be slow to comprehend. It esteems the Chi nese treaty a great advantage to ...

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. — 3 June 1870

SNORTII -EST. EE LOINUE CITY, FRIDAY, JCE S. - .rI'1ATJ0NS FOR J1'UNE. tI' . 2n+h. n..;n . .E'ninv SFi qnarttr. , .. . th.... inii. ......Mornine Fpas ....;a... 4h.. ..hn .....Evening urld r ,l ... ih....9m .... . Evening - - iTEP:ti1.) IC('A L. RE'OR. (). SLIr .g'" W.KIoI"Y UIIB RANVILLI.I ST'iART, DDEIONA -CO, ' . -l'EI'r ;t, T o .r NMITlU4P'IAN INWTITLTF. - to In. IA.o.lrl'ln 9 IN40 IIIn. , aTtf, 41p AITITDp 4.2(0 (let . A M Ir N P M Av'E it rI.nAI".! , : *i1 Calmn ned lovely Il, l9t : Cloudy and a gale : 3 i. do and snowing :L j CF do do S :7 4' do do S12 44I do and raining yuntbl errrnfl'; l- in 'iib, 47 and in 'l l ", con ,. .ar'itllU. :: 55 inches of and melled snow o,.nr :,ir d 1 calm dys.. Prevaillug direction N,.idnd d 1 i111d, N. W. and 8. W. Ae r lugek II.'. Severest snow storm ever trll her° f(,rtime ot( .a.,r began 2,ltk, which was :,. arnlr mu.rtDin. rnsmemierlfeeing in this coun. ,' n ,tlrv .t ;:1` i, tIh morning, with moderate 8 ijd a.ch it rr.ý4 tzo n gale at 10 a ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 June 1870

NEW NORTI~ W1ES DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, JUNE 8. A Sadt Story. Death of Lthe Eldaest on of jhknry Clay 7Tdrte."lgh Year. of oprd Insanity, and Final Death in an Asylum-A hLad man Through Love From the (fnclnal I:aqulrer, May 17. Outside of Fayette County, where the prophet is held in high, but not in blame less repute, being "in his own country," the name of Clay has ever been a sacred one in Kentucky. and to name him has been to quote lovingly. "Wherever freedom found evotary that votary met in bits a champion. When areece, the classic Grecce, the foun tan of rd.fnement, the birthplace of elo quence, and liberty, and of poetry-when Greece awoke from the long slumber of ages and beat back the faded crescent to its native east; when Macedon recalled to mind the feastsof her conquering boy, and tihe Spartan struck in for the land that bred him; then the voice of Clay rolled over the waters of the blue Atlantic as a greeting from the new world to the old. But husth ed is that voice who...

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. — 10 June 1870

NEWE I T 1. __ý; 1 DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, .FIUDAYJN1018.NTMJR4 DggR LODOK, MONTANA. w;,I-CURtRENCY. Q5CdtrT motK FEAR. ... Po U~ t'r 8IXc MJNo TIU .............i w 1 A~l iTislNU MATMS-4Eu5'terly as Due. Tine i ý1 t .IU. . 15. x10 40 4 6. l. A, I .14 ..71. 801 47 Ifant S 10 14.in I A. 1 $ .S~ 65 Veth0 ,.;w,.18.2451 63 It' .31K. .4 GAP .:' 6.4.111 L4N14 ! 1'ar " 2!2%Ž .41 ei 45l M6i75. 191(113 - Crd ;. re Litw': £ a 4q'aare Ten Lines. of thi. twe IA" Jiw.IDulneiss Nuticew 25 cents per lineg. t'rr'.puudk-n(". shoal and newsy, solicited f.~im ..:ii'mnl ,p WPerar'sn mlolgP6st rn'cmpnuuy tach to~ :pu 'ii 1r"up" ,uteI fuatib. Parnuassiunt to ase ATTL)J< NE~iY - AT - LAW, VCtl'IIT i11torsi SQUARE, Doer Lodge City, Montana. ATTOR~NEY AT LAW. lpyrtI IN TUX Wu~rwrcu MUILDINS, *1:1ýA MONTANA. A. Ei. XATl5w. Louis M uMvuwaT. S1ATrIIW & XcXLTJIThT, ATT( )II N 1':YS- AT-LAW, i*.L'IL LOIfliE CITY, MONTANA. C. . fANlS?. W. W. DIK51, ATTU'UN 1ý:YAT-LAW, court Uouse Uquars, 1.17 DEERI LOIJUC...

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. — 10 June 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST. Jam. H. 3CU1u. " . - Matsi 5153 LODI E CITY, EIDATY, Jai i*. 'itirizr XLDBAXD ZZZK1J '6. Wassuwseier, Jlase . ..SpettedTal and r rty tai an Iatnrview with the 'redias t adrerauyo1 dee ommlloser P to day. A tudeal,. pea'. was epe qpotted Tallwas priesatedby She ?reseldat with a In, maaw~ebeam pipe, sad Mr.., Grant, a box of lmo. kiesobaloe. Wuaaumioio. June &-3e4 Cloud amd Spetted Tall fith their delegations, had an laterrlew with the Sewiesuy o the interior and Commiaslasaer Pater 5o~day Rid Cloud maid he wanted rationa for She wo Caen sad childrei, swi amumualdom tohiMd game wilth. Th. Smacetry premised acardal euaaldaurioenatc hi. tequest. W£*.uwvnow. Jose t.-The President gave a s did reception to lhe India; ChIy to-algbLrAm Grant, mili the mambers ot the ('abinet sud famililes, as well a. the British, Russian aid other laistleas wpe preaent There is an injunction issued by the Su preme Court against profanity. So we pass by that portion of an able article app...

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. — 10 June 1870

,NEW NORTH-"WEST. DFFII LO)DGE CITY FRIDAY, JUNE 10. JLiNA't'1 S F(ILt JUNE. Tbir~l V aýti .. 2Dd . 411... rom ......veuling 1rK Ma1uni :wt141.. Ella... .4Vmrn .. F..senlng AMVTF.OOLO)GC.ICL RECOIID. AfiiTt'DE 4.RWG 40m. 7A M. 1' !1 1" ?t) Al tsr ILE1AIIK+. t t43', Ed N wind I A11 441 4 , da. anda a:tlun r 11l~ 4 9 1 b'N% (Irir Lt~d caITm i"1 ~ ~ A3C I ( :u0 1 r1 I . 4141fi (!0 ___ ___'~~edo do N +:. ' f~ ''°" lorIous woait.air. O.3:, Incheca t ."t :C tn')4:Jat04's in the ac illy )4.ti. but ,.. !~ý" ut tla* innwintaljnu among the lainci ' 1;-t int.hnt out in places alouug the river. . 11 4 I alung the Dort Creck hills and far Ut' .. "" i, .ida. of thai muontains, who"se ummitia ar" +ur; %;:It. More 5s3ow thian usaual at this time of+ t" 'tunfrlaOw (reek highb and rising, Deer Lua.U !ia2 .+; n :nuaje:.atc stage and rising slowly. 0.8S. T,(-(-.'.L NE WVS. mauild SulJstantIal.-Fromn present mndi EaItt$ thetre will be a large amount of t-t N- in Deer Lodge began within the l~~x few Clay...

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. — 10 June 1870

"*ý $'a I*UPWVZVATUNE z4Io fi bsidc lin the Plcz Frim Oudala ioutbh/fo tW5as. My medical fiend Jas4 puffed away vig. orously at his cigar fur some minntes, is tileis(ti, and then, throwing away the stump, >4 114S , Wa tefltt lees f, whee Iliad just been placed in chast of adia ncat the smnjmit (It Ubi 4i*1j uw et* Shen ing IousNs5 s.o o'clock in tbe evening, and was told that a messenger had been there f toem Camp No, -.-.. wit ke regqu that I would lose no time Ip hurrying over there to attend upon John IBimith, Wrho was in very critical conditioq. The mpqsenger had %een 'ery urgent. and#[p war 4k1 ently a case tf life and death--nothing less. I took a few slasatos to consider. I was tiret out, and wanted sleep badly, but could, on a pinch, go a little farther without breaking down entirely. The moos would be up at eleven Y'ctcý,10t,,pL1 nlaht wa ul ant etlvtthos gb tliedstI6*bta2onlyJsfds eae -failing, uutd wrs from five to eig3gI feuet deep on ahe level, if you can use the oz*...

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. — 17 June 1870

O, , . ., ,- , •.. ~. , "" :e 0 -· •EE =~se~r °a~~~~ n~I, rr.NME piLR LODGE, MONTANA. TEVI 1-CURRENCY. , C T x- n n ......................... o tirU $N RATK--QarttrlIy as Dwe. I ti. Lt 8. .. .14. .17. 80 4? . S. .0.. i.. .18.1 85 55 Sh ... , . IO .. 4 I6 I -- . I. .18..1 . .40. 60 -0 3 9 0. . 5. . 00. 0. 0 140 0rll s In.: aqure Tea Lare of thl ATTOIt NEY " - AT-LAW, ATTORNEY I- AT LAW. Orns I rs or Wand etws, ua.aoc 4 tI " LoE r A me me aT ac mmexs r. AT DEER LODGE CITY, MONTrANA. V c w Aurato. *. ?Umdalon to asses -LA.G lITT DIXON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Court House qSuaU3, SDEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. Mj. It. SMAnDIEIISon, ATTORNEY- AT* LAW rr co urt House Square,, DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. w ..Tew a LCcoMnarx al, ATTOlRNEY - AT -LAW, Mis)L'eA MILLS, MONTANA. camtiins sad biilus.in M/a isoulaCounty, laded Co l'dar crn x, will receive his particular attentleo. . F. DUTNN V. , AternCe and oesu I eo r at Law, Ilt V TREEGT, WASHINGTON, D. C. Fscwsie ('er.T,-Will practice io all the Feders Cu...

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 June 1870

NEW NORT i- WEST. Jras. E. M1 ,, . p . itu m oItlU CIT, ,WPlAT., JUn 17. 1'NBN CM1NXSB QUgvmzox. Weser seewhat wpriesd sa$ article I theuo Se f June th, emaitled "The C Mim Qeton;" surprised, beraseeu o abs dden ead ntibimeeie Valer etldemsd by the eas·l a. the umeroas very gnoa wemreitfelliteontheutse a t. The e.,oGe geas bek .to ameo remote period to quote the rvews esprwedae this questioh advere to e Chin ainianlg. By looking over his recent Oieu, the editor will er that In notioS lag the shipment of 100 Chinaman froa Californi to Menta.a by Hwary C~elghtoa, I deuna~ to e prr op p afe the 4efd eof s erar of ChiuMa Iar on .fateae, and that at a time when the Chinese question was esolving itself nlato *ne of momentoue impdrabnoe to Montana. We were at a loss at the time to understand the untimely reserve of expressle, sad it Is certainly inconsistent with Its sadden en thusansm at prmaent.. Again, it ays " I we srmember corretly " th position taken by thei Poor and other "opponents...

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 June 1870

ZEW NORTH -WEST. p.ER LODGE CITY, lRIlAYT JUNE 17. LLNATIONS FOR JUNE. Fgrt Qnarter...... Ed.... ..b.... a .3w Full ron ........14d... lb.... .......Mor.li Tbirdnuartc .. ...d... 4h... 60m ....... Eveolag few 3(ou......... d... .5....dMm...v..Eving METEOROLOGICAL EC.ORD. CaOI3CTD WK ULT ?r O3AeVnIWI OTUAIT, IUUNWA Tio L'oaassPoID3T or UITraselOsIsA tItTUS3. .TITtDBe 46040 m , ONsOITUDe 2110.0 m. ALTITUDh 4.A40 teo. JIl 07 8 600* 709 V COlear sad asr. 1* I 6l 86 61 0o d do do ", It, 11 s 7 78 I do do ,. 14 70 67 76 /n mIt &bail: 1 la. fdl " 14 57 64 56 69 jwidywith bowerl *' 15 60 66 45 57 wIadand la. .., 44 59 48 48 iColad windy. Weletlyaverage. 6. Tae waetherdarnl the paLst wea bsu reached the bottest of the useason. Sevoro rain, ag and wind storms have adro visited the valloe, ad theo wethas generally has beoo variable and disagree. able. LOCAL NEWS. Epinoopal evloesoo. The Ribht Rev. Bishop Tattle, of the Pret st t Episcopal Church, bepes to visit the followg dstn in Montana,...

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 June 1870

NEW NORTH-WEST. DBiER i O z cmIT, FIDAY, UN 17; JOSIf BILLINGS PIAPEBSB. Pepper Pods. If ju bar gota spirited and noble boy, appeal tew his generosity, it yu hay p a besavy and sullen one, appeal tow hisbb . Knowledge, like chaty, habod begin at borne, and then spred. Amcekshuns are the compliments that bhe yen pays tow the virtewous. Time is like money, the less we har or it tow spare the further we make it go. Nobody but a pbool will spend his time trying to convince a phooL The tongue is really a very fast member of the boddy politick, he duz all the talkin, and two-thirds or the thinkin. Men who invade the province ur wim min are always jeered at, and how ken wim min, when they invade the province or men, expekt to escape the same kind or treatment. lie who spends his younger days in disa pashun is mortpging himself to disease and poverty, two inexorable creditors, who are certain to foreclose at last, and take pos session of the premises. There is menny a person who kan set a m...

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. — 24 June 1870

vLM 1.-E-OD E 2,8 N -. T I E - * .*c.'0"rb :RPM * *--, r : atý DU SOIO09 MONTANA. TRVZjNS - CURRENCY. on Ts5UJ .......................P.. o A I BATAS-Qinartoeias Dee. ......V.........t..0..0t A chrd is FIN Lind:.. SqureTe1Lma ettil tou tatih ?wualaelm I. t use *ý~A.T'j'OlINEfYS - JA,-- UNII.BROWN, A&T'V'OR NEY AT -LW Dev LodS Olty, MontaNa. W1. F. SANDERS, ATrTORNEY AT LAW. 0V7V3s £x TIP Wmwt...wSz Dunass, `s I&TU3V. Lodu Mels wuwiT. NITHEW * ENeURTUT, ATDEEM LODGE CCITY, M ONTAN A W 1. IL iss".W. w.minswi C" CLAGO'T' * DIZ0ON. ATTO NEYSATLAWC court 11U01PM5, yq DUOI LODGE CITY. MONTANA. AT. S.hR nIIMN. ATTO1?NEY.' AT - LAW (outs liouse Uqumn DWIE LODGE CITY, MONTANA. ATTO wNEYt 4- >AT - LAW. lagl cdar . weisll (receive hi. Patiua oaIteues L. F. DUNNE , attorney Sad Woumoefle at law, 1l) F STREET, WASHIINGTON, DO.C ?atnsn (:ouS.-Wll practice in all thbe Federi Cenat. ,Iperlslty to Patent. u Lns Mies a d Twu-tite.. Reters to. Ian ![naues ApSeD. o. S. O'ehuneu, 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. — 24 June 1870

NEW NORTH- WEST. J... H. 3(111., . = .4Am.m loin LDGE CITY, PRIDAT, JICE U. The Chinese Question. bener or later he mst be met Al of the qumesetis of National and Territorial aestern, upon which so much time and labor are spent, fade Into insigniicance In prusomes of this. As far as they relate to the people of the Pacific Coast, the ques ieune of tariff and internal revenue are of minor Importance. These questions simply refer to thie (nlet to which our property should be taxed. The Chinese problem if unsolved, signifles that we will shortly have but little property upon whict'taxes can be levied. Reconstruction is an accomplished fact. The reformation of the civil service and the question of "Minority Represents. tion" are only just beginning to attract the attention which their importance demands -while their determination will belong to the East and in their settlement the West at large will have only a "still small voice," and Montana none. The Chinese question Is only another ...

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 June 1870

NEW NORTH -WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, JUNE 24. LL'NATIONS FOR JUNE. n~lOnartur... 6d .... Ch ... !mtn.....,.wTueat!! Ful 1t~u....Isid.. Att....* :.m.H...orning Third-911"' ter ... .. .. 4th.. ola ....... Eveulng New Mo... .... 1tlJ... Oh.... 415m .......Eveaig fETIOROLOOICAL RECORD. e.355VtITE WeN.KLY BY OfANVILLS STUAEIT, D3510!IA TDit KestmualiiBNUENT OF MMI15T0tiIAN STITCTYL 1,jrsrr 4O540m LiOlTL Ut 11140mt. 4 A.T4Irl3 4.210 [oct. p.7i 7 A >I I ' n to I N' AV ON RKUARKI. .,e17 4. c 670 4 * l1' Closear and calm is Itl b4 01 Df5'3 du do " **I 4e7 too 74 77 do s wind " Li tLI 534 eluudy nwwihad ** I h. :# 40 61'0 do as to ) 1Y M l .MI 67 do a do ** l b7 4.6. 51 d1 nod coin Wlisekly-raa' 4g0. tiA Heavy fru-t I Th said I11ht on 1t1h. A few nmoquitoes aAd ilenty of ginashoppera. 0. $. LOCAL NEWVS. Eplsoopoal iowrvooe. The Utiebt Rev. Bishop Tuttle, of the Protestant Lpieclp Il (hturcth. hoiw.' to visit the following points to M)uinian. for the purpose of celebratingDivine see. s...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 June 1870

NEW NORTM=WEST. Dung ImaWerTr, rIlYTrJUaN 54. 4 Lefof Pr*vatte PfWldsI HAEf. From the New York Sea. In a debate on Judges' salates la the Senate, on Friday last, SeBater Carpenter made the following statement: " When General Grant's administration c.me in, he offered the ofce of Secretary of State to a statesman from the West, of Iowa, a man of whom all of as would have been proud to see in that place. How did be look at it ? To come to Washington and live as a Secretary ofjtate should live would cost him $1i.000 a year, and his sala ,y was $8,000; $7.000 out of pocket each T e r. Iw he were to stay with his family a lows he could support them on ,000 nad make $11.000. There was $17,000 dif ference in his bank account. He could not afford to pay that amount to be Secretary of State. 'then Gen. (rant goes right to the Eastern States, and offers the office to a man to whom the $17.000 made no tarthly difference; in that case your $8.000 paid to the present Secretary of State is thrown...

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