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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 August 1878

THE ORIENT--TE ISLAND OF. iTs coxxKRco CP AND oPEO . As the island of Cyprus has so strangely passed into the hands qf M t" a brief sketch of the historic and romantic island is opportune : The tsl$sdaof Cyprus,:fro Cape fit. An drea, its extreme eastern point, to the nearest point of the cast of Syria, is about 65 miles, and to Latakia about 68 miles ; on the north it approaches within about 44 miles of the coast of Asia Minor. Length about 140 miles; breadth, about 40 miles; area, 3,078 square miles ;population (which, under the Venetians, amounted to 1,000,. 000) estimated at about 200,000, of whom two-thirds are Greeks, and the rest Mos lems, Maronites, Armenians, Roman Cath olics, and Jews. It is intersected from east to west by a range of mountains called Olympus by the ancients. whose principal peak, Oros Stavros, is 6,595 feet in height. It often saders from drought, its largest stream, the Pedia, (the Pedieus of the an cients), being sometimes entirely dry. The inhabitants ...

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 August 1878

DEER LODGENOWTANA. RATES OF ADVERTIISING. Tua .............. ' 3 I 1 I 1 8 0 ; .... 1 5 to0 15 2514 41 78 12 14 20183 48 ,f nt .................. i 8- 10 14 16 25 88 ....... .... 9. 12 21 331 50 s 70 18 , .... . . : `0 7 i 7 0 ý1 160 1 Year ................... 16 125 140 A. b 70 90 110 125 R,','aer advertising payable quarterly, as due. 'fr:.i;uient advcrti.iig payable in advance. -rec'ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. nlar advertisements. I.,,al advertising. 15 Cents for the first insertion; lJ cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lives rcounted in Nonparlel measure. Jul Work payable on delivery. PIOFESSIONOAL CAURDS ATTOItN.EY8S W. F. SADERS. W. F. Cuxy.r, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, BELENA. ; MONTANA. K'. E, MEND INHALL, Land and Mining Lawyer i:,ý, 3 MAY BUILDINO, ConniRT'ra & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. Al.rTI:~ih - ALL ImATT·SR RELATING TO LAND AND MiINING CLAIMS. References--Judce O. B. O'Baunon and lion. W. W. Dixon. Dyer Lodge, M T. 459-1...

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. — 9 August 1878

IARtS H. KILLS, : PUBLISHER. -Four delegates from New Orleans to the Baton Ibuge Convention, who ,ffered to sell their votes, were expelled. There is some honesty in Louisiana after all. -A collision occured on the P. C. & St. L. railroad near Mingo Junction, Ohio, on Wednesday morning, between a passenger and freight train where 10 or 12 were kill ed and 15 or 20 wounded. -The town of Alta, Utah, was the vic tim of a heavy fire on the night of August 1st. One hundred and twenty-five houses were burned. The loss is estimated at from $150,000 to $800,000. -The California Pioneers gave General Fremont a good send off in New York on the evening of the 1st. He goes to Arizona with a suite of 13 persons, which is rath er more of a retinue than will last. -The difference between a statesman and a demagogue is that one appeals to the intelligence and the other to the prejudices of the citizen. You can put Dennis Kear. ney in whichever class you think he belongs. -The Democratic Central...

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. — 9 August 1878

R EL1 IU LIS. pasarI.ERiAN. Servlces every Sunday morning a the ireabyterian Church, at 11 a m evening, 7.30 p m., Rev. J. H. Russel. officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. im Prayer meeting every Thurrda) evenine at 7;30 C(oTulllc.-S-ervic( eet'r) Sulndaly. i"ir -t Man it cc! t ai. in.: cond Ma a-r 0t, a Ii Citectiemii ,ndr Ilie diretion of the Sit; erc if 'harit at 2. ..y rL-n.-Sunday-shool very Sunday at 2 p.m. Bishop Tuttle's Visitation, 1878. Appointments for Services in Montana. FORT SHAWV.-11 a. m and 8 p. m. Sun.. Aug. II. SYUN RIVKR.--4 p. min., Sunday, August 11. HglAkNA.-Sunday, Aupgut 18. I'NIO)NVILLE.-- p. mi.. Friday. August 23. IIELEN va.--Sunday. August 2.. JEfEIROti tN.--N p. m. Monday, Augustit 6, BoUDl EUI.--t p. m.. Tuesday. August 27. CKENTRRVILLE.--[Mo. Hiv 18 p. m. Thu Aug. 2. RAI)EItSBURG-- 8 p. m. Friday. Au.faOt 80. SiZ[I4N.--Il a. mi and TM p. m. Sunday. Sept. 1. l( %F.I -A . . i:' " " .. ý " ,-"; " , .,! , , ,-ds' i ,t.^h) c 11. 7 ;, ThurSta...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 August 1878

BEMMN> lluUil OP WOUT ANA. `Bt SAWlD AaR-PRILtPdNBRO. There is nothing so interesting to the tourist who is a loverof quaint literature . a stroll through some old grave yard dur ing the summer or autumn months in any of the Atlantic seaboard States. Generally io some sequestered spot away from the bustle and confusion of the busy world,em bowered in rose and vine-covered. with vel. vety green glass, perfumed with thyme and clover, lay the dead of long ago. Si lence, grand and impressive, reigns here. The twittering of birds, or the barking of some frolicking squirrel, alone breaks into the supernatural stillness that pervades everywhere. Keeping vigilant watch and ward over the good and the bad, its brown, ivy-cover ed walls marked and discolored by the wear of centuries, under the shadow of mighty trees, stands the village church. Old and un pretentious, its moss-covered roof, bell-less steeple, large and old-fashioned windows, bespeak the primitive tastes of our Puritan ancest...

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. — 16 August 1878

UfiEfl ee sr byoti t DEER LODGEMONTANA&. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 35 6 10 12 15 25 40 thto 71..8 1 801 7 o8 12 14 20 33 48 ..1... ..... . 9 .'12 ..0. , 2 31. _0l70 10 - ,..~al Notices are 50 per Cent. more than reg. ulr ,dvertisements. Loead 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. '(FI ESSItoNAL CARDS ATI'r0N EIy. W. F. SANDERs. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, IE.ENA, ' - MONTANA. W. k. MENCHEALL, Land and Mining Lawyer ROOM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TIH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENI)s TO ALL MATTanE IIrELATING To LAND AND MISNINo CLAIMS Ref,"rences--Jud.e O. B. 4)iBaunon and IIon. W. W. Dixon. Deer Ldc, M T. 459-ly. I'7hys,. 'ans and Ctrurgcons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., 1li ysician and urgeoon. -Onfce Opposite Poetofice DER° LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Prompt attention by night or day to patients in !orwn or country. 1216.tf FIRST NATI...

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. — 16 August 1878

She b Iew 0orth-lW st. lfAErs . 1WLL$, P: 1UBLIU - -We publish on the fourth page to-day an interesinig art.cle on Indian affairs. It will also be ftd convenient to preserve as a referenop, there being onsiderable statistical matter in it otherwise disicult to obtain. -With fatal heat, fever and storms in the East and South prostrating and killing people by hundreds, we of Montana should feel grateful for a climate where these things are unknown. -The Omaha Republican of the 6th says: A narrow-gauge cattle car, No. :01, stands ready for shipment at the Union Pacific shops, for the Utah Northern Road. The company is preparing a number of box and flat cars for the same road. -The yellow fever has became so bad in New Orleans that the Board of Health has withdrawn from publication the bulletin of deaths. Papers of the 10th say : The new cases of yellow fever for the week are 233. The deaths for the same time were 66. Total cases to date 4668, of which 126 were fatal. -A dispatch, dated...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 16 August 1878

4kar eorth-ýe'Ct. .___--.-- - R ELIG IO U:. paaslarTatAerl.- Porvice every Sunday mornhnp a the tresbyterian Church, at 11 . m. evening, 7.8( p ., Rev. J. H. Russel. officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer mieeting every Thursday evening at 7:80. CATroLIc.--Services every Sunday. First Mass at l o luk ka. m.: second Mass a 10,% a m. Catechism nderr the direction of the Sisters of Charity at *. o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. in. gIrli,orL..-Sunday-school every Sunday at 9 p.m. Bishop Tuttle's Visitation, 1878. Appointments for Services in Montana. HEILENA.-Snnday, August 18. UNTONVILLE.--8 p. i.. Friday, August 23. IEtLEVA.-Sunday. Auut 25. JEFFIERSON -8 p. mi. Monday, August 26, BOULI)ER.-8 p. m.. Tuesday, August 27. CiNJTREV1I LE.-[Mo. Riv.] 8 p. m. Thu Aug. d9. RA DERSBUG--.8 p. m. Friday, August 80. gI).;gMtN.-11 a. m. and 73% p.m. m. Sunday, Sept. 1. BOtEMAN.-- 8. FOyt' ELLIS.-4 p. m., Sunday, September8. fAMILTON.--7% p. in.. Tuesday, tSptember 10....

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 August 1878

WZAT THE " WARDS OF THE N.TION " COST THE GOV ERNMENT. Pecaliarities of the Indian B:siness Laid Ooen. LIST OF INSPECTORS AND AGENTS, WITH THEIR .SALAIES. From the New Yore Herald. WAsHIoNTON, July 24, 1878. As the Indian service is again receiving its full share of public attention, thanks to the crookedness of agents, the actual hos tility of some tribes and the threatening attitude of others, the following statement has been prepared for the readers of the Herald in the belief that it will prove of more than passing interest. This state ment embraces many official facts and fig ures of importance to a proper anderstand ing of our anomalous relatins with the ab origines, who are bclligerents, hostiles, murderers, outlaws, renegades, red broth era, thieving redskins, treaty-making pow. era or " wards of the nation," according to circumstances. In this respect they are as versatile as Artemas Ward's "wax statoot," which represented anybody, from Napoleon Bonaparte to Mrs. Cunningham...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 August 1878

DEER LODGE, ONTANA. iLATES OF ADVERTISING. ,.,.......... ..... 2 1 3 S 10 'r0 130 ........... 3 5 6 1 12 15 l5 40 S47. 8!2 14120 ~33 48 i 10....... 5 ll11 16125 88 5 7 10 21S1824185 60 75 S ............... 9 1 15 22 3. 50 70l . ... 11 1 25 3 50 75 100 100 16 25 40 ") W0 l 1! Rrnmlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Tr;nsvent advertising payable in advance. rieal Notices are 50 per cent, more than reg alad advertisements. oeatl advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cota per line for each succeeding insertion; lines enonted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. ,' KOFA SSIONAL CAT..AD ATTORNE1YS W. F. SANDERS. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 1hIENA. M ONTANA. W. K. MHENDE.HALL, Land and Mlining Lawyer RooM 3 MAY BUILDrING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDS TO ALL .IATTERN RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CIAIMS. Refrcrence-Judge 0. B. O'Baunon and Hon. W. W. Dixon. Deer Ledge, M T. 459-1y. phy.3ilafnss and Surgeons. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 August 1878

ear .rw Borth-O1.rtL JADS N. TLLBS, PUBLISHBR. --President Hayes will reach Chicago on the morning of September 3d, ea reste to St. Paul. -Gen'l Sherman says Gen'l Gibbon will soon be back in Montana and in command of the District. His absence is merely tem. porary. -Kearney says to the Boston working men "pool" your differences. The work ingmen would be better off to "pool" Kearney-in a duck pond. -The directors of the Masonic Savings and Loan Bank, San Francidso, announce that in consequence of improvident loans the bank will retire from business. It ex pects to pay par. -The Chicago Inter-Ocean has a special from Bloomington saying Kearney spoke for two hours to a crowd of not over 2,000. .There was no apparent sympathy or enthu siasm. He collected $16 for expenses and left for St. Louis. -The Deadwood Times says : "The contract for the construction of the govern ment telegraph line from Bismarok to Fts. Buford, Keogh and Custer, and from Bis marck to Deadwood, has been let to A....

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 August 1878

RELIGIOU()S. pe BTTERIANt.-er:'. ev(er y Suiday morning n the i'reshyterlan Church. at 11 min. evening, 7.30 p m.. Rcv. J. Hi. I:tueel, officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer seeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. CaTlroLic.-Services every Sunday. First Mass at qo'cl',wk a. m.: recond Mass a 10)4 a m. Catechism under the d:re'ttion of the Sisters of Charity at 23 o'c)k p. in. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. F,..teoroL·n .-Suday-school every Sunday at 3 p.m. Bishop Tuttle's Visitation, 1878. Appointments for Services in Montana. -NIONVILT.E.--S p. m.. Friday, August 23. ILE1A.--sunoday, Antgust95. JieFr ERSON.--8 p. m. Monday, August s6, BtULD)ER -.-8 p. in.. T''uesday. August 27. (>N'.TREVILLE.-[3Mo. Riv.1 8 p. m. Thu Aug. 29. RAI)ERSBURG--.8 p. m. Friday. August 30. HItZEM aN.-11 a. m,. and 7' p. m. Sunday, Sept. 1. B(,MZNAN.- " 8. F)lt I' ELLIS.-ii p. m.. Sunday, September8. IUAMIITON.--7; p. m.. Tuesday, 8b.ptember 10. GA.LLATIN.-7X p. m.. Wednesday. Septem...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 August 1878

3OE3$ OF TEo WA1L oGEEIEAL GRANT'S OrINIOws ABOUT TIe MEN WHO LED THE ARMIRS FOR AND AGAINST THE UNION. Fr( m the New Yor. Herald's Hamburg Letter. Generat Sherman, said General Grant. it not only a great soldier but a great man. He in one of the very great men in our country's history. He is a many-sid, d man. se is an orator with few superiors. As a writer he is among the fitheat. As a General I know of no man I would put abeve him. Above all, he has a fine chatr acter-so frank, so sincere, so outspoken, so genuine. There is not a false line in Sherman's character-nothing to regret. "As a soldier I know his valor. I know .what he was before VYcksburg. You see we had two lines to maintain. On one side was Pemberton, his army and his works. That I was watching. On our rear was Joe Johnston, who might come at any time and try and raise the seige. I set Sherman to keep that line and watch him. I never had a moment's care while Sherman was there. I don't think Sherman ever went to bed ...

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. — 30 August 1878

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. S" 5 6 tO 12 15 25 40 S7 1214 485 }p .... .....,... ,5 10 14 16 25 3 55 7 10 _' 18 24 35 60 75 S "... t 1' 13 33') 50 70 100 it 1 li 3 75 100 110 t.'.r advertising payable quarterly, as due. `1 r ieinllt advertl'ting payable in advance. :i.al Notices are 50 per cent. -more than reg utL.r ;ailverti.'lments. IGwal advertising,. 15 cents for the first insertion; n1 cr+t per line for each succeeding insertion; lint-s' ,nnnlted in Nonparlel meacure. JU Work payable onl delivery. i)tO()V iS)S1() INAIL CAl tD AT'i<ORtNI.:Yr W.. F. S.ANDERs W. F. CULLEN, -A: NI)ERS ,& CULLEN, ATTONEYS-AT-LAW, H EI.E f, .. - MONTANA. W. K. MENIENHALL, Land and Ml iningq Lawyer ioot 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNEl 7TII & E STREETS, WASHIINGTON, D. C. AT. ';. t AI., 3IATTEnP IIRELATING TO LAND AND MINIG (CLAIMS. l'f, 4t4ra-.-d'tl" 0. I1. ( i Bannon and Hlon. W. 11. x, ,. DCr , .d ve, M T. 4359-1y. P15 yr'. lanns4 and(( Surgeons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., h' IyI -si i (...

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. — 30 August 1878

AMgs HR. ILLS, : PUBLISHEE. COMMITTEE CALL. 'To the mnembers of the Republican Territorial Committee Gentlemen-You are requested to meet the Executive Committee, in Helena, at the hour of 12 o'clock M., Wednesday, September 4, 1878, to name the time and place for holding the Re publican Territorial Convention, and to dispose of other business that may come before the Com mittee. ROBERT E. FISK, Chairman. W. 8. PAYNTER, Secretary. Helena, August 21st, 1878. 478 td -General Howard, having disposed of his army, left Boise, Idaho, Aug. 16th, for his headquarters at Fort Vancouver. -It is rumored that the Bozeman Bank, the associated Bank of the People's Na tional of Helena, goes into liquidation in consequence of the failure of the former. It has $50.000 stock, of which $45,000 was held by Geo. W. Fox, of the People's National, of Helena. -Following is the Republican State Ticket of Colorado : For Representative in Congress, James B. Belford, of Gilpin county;for Governor, Francis W. Pi...

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. — 30 August 1878

RELIGIOUS. aslarraBRIA.-Services every Sunday morning la the Presbyterian Church, at 11 a. m. evening, 7.30 p m., Rev. J. R. Russel. officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer geeting every Thursday evening at 7:80. CATnoLc.-Services every Sunday. First Mass at 8 o'clock a. m.; second Mass a 10.t a. m. Catechism under the direction of the Sisters of Charity at 2. o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'Clock p. m. Erlscur.At-Sunday-school every Sunday at 2 p.m. Bishop Tuttle's Visitation, 1878. Appointments for Services in Montana. UNIONVILI.E.--8 p. m.. Friday, August 23. HEILE' A.--Sunday. August25. JEFFERSON -.8 p. m. Monday. August 26, BOULDERt.- 8 p. in.. Tuesday. August 27. CKYN'ftVILLE.--[(Mo. IRiv.1 8 p. m. Thu Aug. 29. RADEISIBUIItt;--.8 p. m. Filday. August 30. BtiZeM'AN.-11 a. m. and 74 p. m. Sunday, Sept. 1. HOZEl N.- " " " . 8. FOR It ELI.IS.--4 p. m., Sunday, September 8. I41M'LTON.--7.S p. in.. Tuesd:ty, b-ptemher 10. (GAI.LATIN.--7j p. m., Wednersday. Septem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 August 1878

A SOLDIER'S DEATH, nOW YOUrNG UCKER GALLANTLY LOST HIS 'LIFE. AS RELATED BY JACK DUNI , FRQNTIERSMAN. It will be remembered that Lieut. J. Anthony Rncker, of the Sixth R,.gimnnt of Cavalry, U. S. A, vas diot, ed ;hotl! three weeks sinre in Arizona Te.i'it,'oi while attempting to Itc, cI a hi otiherp. ilt r, Lient. Henely, flm dt,,v nin,. Ynig Rocker, a bro, her-in-law of Licnit ( Sheridan, thugph inly a sh,'rt tire i, tlli. service, made hi- mark ,in the ftli,.t i. and was always sp,,keu of as a model caval ryman. His soldierly qualities, however, were his by birthright, for in the army to day there is not a truer, braver or more generous man than his father, Gen. D. H Rucker, a veteran who has seen 41 years of active service, having participated in two wars in addition to the interminable conflict with the Indians. Gen. Rucker, who is stationed here, has just received fiom Jack Dunn, one of the best known frontier scouts connected with the army, a letter containing an account of th...

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. — 6 September 1878

te New Itibl'Wet DEER LWDGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. -..82 13 ' 5 17 $8 110 $20 i80 *L4 7 12 14 20 23 48 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 S.............& 810 12 14 16 25 88 56 t ... 70 12 18 24 35 60 75 2 15 22 30 60 70 100 68 15 25 35 50 75 100 160 Syear ..... 16I25 40 i 65 70 90 140 25G lar advertising payable quarterly, as due. dcensient advertising payable in advance. ppecial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg eiar advertise3neltL Locar advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 1 nts per line for each succeeding insertion; ie cutdin Noupariel mca.sure. Job eWork payable on delivery. ['101`peIlONAL CARDS AUUOHN'EYS 1C F.SA'ND~n, - --- --- W. F. CULLRIN S NDERS & CULLEN, I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 11EL.RN7A, - ._ MONTANA. W. H. MENDENHALL, Land and Mlining Lawyer ROOM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDB TO ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CLAIMS. Ref-rLenceS-Judge 0. B. O'Baunon an~d Hon. WV. W. Dzixon. Dneer Lodte, M T. 459-ly Phys+.o...

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. — 6 September 1878

JAX 6S 8. KILLS, PVBLISBER. COMMITTEE CALL. -0- To the members of the Republican Territorial Committee Gentlemen-You are requested to meet the Executive Committee, in Helena, at the hour of 19 o'clock M., Wednesday, September 4, 1878, to name the time and place for holding the Re publican Territorial Convention, and to dispose of other business that may come before the Com mittee. ROBERT E. FISK, Chairman. W. S. PAYNTER, Secretary. Helena, August 21st, 1878. 478 td -General P. E. Connor has withdrawn from the Gubernatorial contest in Nevada. -The Idaho Avalanche, the brightest and keenest of our Territorial exchanges and evidencing the most editorial work for its size, has entered on its fourteenth volume. Major Hay, however, makes serious com plaint of the most of his Silver City people for niggardly support. We hope at the end of another volume he will have less to complain of in this respect. -As will be seen by telegram elsewhere the Republican Territorial Convention is called t...

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. — 6 September 1878

Assessor. Nctice is hereby given that I will be a candi date for Assessor of Deer Lodge County, M. T., subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. PHIL. E. EVANS, 478 td Deer Lodge. Notice is hereby given that I will be a candi date for Assessor of Deer Lodge County, M. T., subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. (476 td] J. E. DICKEY, Butte. Notice is hereby given that I will be a candi date for Assessor of Deer Lodge County, M. T., subject to the decision of the Democratic Coun ty Convention. JAMES B. McMASTER, 469 td Bear Mouth. Treasurer. Notice is hereby given that I will be a candi date for Treasurer of Deer Lodge County, M. T., subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. 472 td THOS. H. IRVINE, Sr. Clerk and Recorder. Notice is hereby given that I will be a candi date for County Clerk And Recorder of Deer Lodge county, M. T., subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. 476 B. S. CLARK. COMMITTEE MEETING. ...

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