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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 15 November 1878

ALL ABOUT SITTIG 3Lmt HB PREFERS THE NOUTrERN SIDE OF THE LINE. plsmsrck Tribune, Oct. S3. Capt. Edwin Allen, of the Mounted Po lice, F°,re Walsh, arrived or the Big Horn Saturday and went east Sunday morning for a two month's time in Canada. fle came down via Wood Mountain Post, Maj. Walsh's headquarter's and Sitting Bull's camp. Capt. Allen reports the wounding of Sitting Bull in a'quarrel a canard. He is hale and .hearty and has no intention of re turn:ng to the United States Mljir Walsh has been working upon sever.al tribes in the hostile camp until h. has gs t the,, ii, the humor of rcturning to this conutry, if our c.nditions are not too exacting. Ca;ptain Allen, however, thinks that all his good work will be dcstoyed by the reneg de Cbeyennes if they succeed in eluding Gen. Miles as they have outgeneraled Generals Pope and Crook. These Cheyennes are un doubtedly aiming for the hospitable ground .across the border and when they reach it - the thrilling story of their wrongs an...

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 November 1878

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. .3 56 12 15!5 40 S4 7'8l214 48 nh ....... 58 0 14 6 2538 55 . . . 7 10 12 18 24 560 75 .. 9 12I1 22 30 50 70 100 ........... 15 50 75 100 160 I .'r ............... 16 23 40 ' 55 70 I 90 1140 250 Io:scitar advertising payable quarterly, as due. SLii'tl a,}vertising payable in advance. Si:.n tic(. are 50 per cent. more than reg .; ,r w voT ti' lM tS. I .:!: ai\vrti-in,ý, 15 cents for the first ins.rtion; , w,',. pe r line for each succeeding insertion; ti~o:, ni- .ited in Nonpariel measure. 1,b, \W\rk pa)yable on delivery. I' I 4 ) E It SIONAL CARDS . .'."L'0UNJ .. F0. F. SAN)Rlna. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, I NA - * - MONTANA. W. H. MENDENHALL, Lan d and Mininsq Lawier IoosM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENI)S TO ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CLAIMS. lif rl c.es-Judre O. IB. OBallnon and Ilon. W. W. Dixon, De)er Lodge, M. T. 459-ly. I'lys.ilantS anllld Surgeons. A. H. MI...

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. — 22 November 1878

JAT36 H. MILLS, PUBLISHER. -The Montana Legislature elect is com posed of eight Democrats and five Repub licans in the Council, and nineteen Demo crats and seven Republicans in the IloUse. -Thursday of next week is designated by Procalamation of the President and Governor as Thanksgiving Day. Montana has much to be thankful for. Let the day be observed. -A financial crisis is anticipated in England. The distrust caused by the Glasgow Bank failure is extending every where .and securities are being forced on the market until the drain is becoming alarming. -The Marquis of Lorne, Governor-Gen eral of Canada, with the Marchioness, a suite of twelve persons anu twenty-five ser vants. are now on the Atlantic en route to Canada. It must be some consolation to the Marquis that he is coming to a coun try where he can eat at the first table and. sit beside his wife. -We publish to-day two telegrams-one a report of an alleged interview with Presi dent Hayes, in which he was accredited with a d...

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 November 1878

RELIGI(O I TS. psBgsBTEBIAN.--Serices every tunday morning the Preebytcrian Church, at 11 a- ia. evening, 7.30 m., Rev. J. R. Russel, officiating. Sural:y-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer seortit-i every Thursday evening at 7:30. CATrnoLIC.--Services every Sunday. Firs t Mass at ,oclolc a. m.; second Mass a 10(, a. m. Catechism under the direction of the Sisters of Charity at 2. o, . V,.pers at 7 o'clock p. m. EL.-m.n.-" _Aut. d:aX-(Achool every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. MeB URNE Y 110 USE. Thur, day. Noqem(er 11th. J Beu:mont City S' i5t venR \lWarm sp'gs Mrs P McGovern do A ; Wilhtm Pioneer Geo W Irvin do p M1 Tnalor Ntw Chicago W F Shanley do ieo ljohetty do Mlonday, Nov. 1Ith. I Mc lAldews City R1ev Sheldon Jackson rec l aio:h w f and son Denver Cole Butte J Burton Pipestoae Utnn *lclin do .Jehn Fisher Helena S Farhart do Henry Myers do ; I\ Todd t'o James Swartz do Slr ido W A Tasker Buttce S.'i, Nov. t.th . John McClernton do S v -Nlh Willow Creek .1 Bryant do...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 22 November 1878

ROW THOSE INDISPENSABLE WINTER AR TI CLES ARE MADE. The first operation, after receiving the crude gum from the importer, is to cleanse It. To facilitate this process the rubber, which comes in lumps resembling in size and shape a soldier's canteen, is cut into thin slices by means of a large circular knife, revolving with great speed and con stantly wetted. Then these slices are cut into small pieces by means of a chopper-a machine which resembles in its action a common hay-cutter-and afterward the pieces are reduced TO MINUTE. PARTICLEi In another machine, which, at the same time, washes out all the dirt and saud. Be sides the accidental admixture of foreign substances with the sap, the natives are in the habit of throwing in sand and ashes to increase the weight. This grit, unlees com pletely removed from the gum, will show itself in the shoe, impairing its smooth sur face; and hence much of the fine finish de dends entirely upon the care taken at this stage. The small particles ...

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. — 29 November 1878

$e ter gortj8= ejt DEIR LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADV.ARTISING. S.. 4 7 8 12 14 20 83 48 1 lonnth ........... 81 1 2 5 0 8 25 38 55 2 7 10 12 1824 5 60 75 S. 9 12 15 22 30'50 70 6 11 ;165 l).5 353 50 75 100 160 1 Year. 161;40.55170 00 140250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Tran0ietnt advertising payable in advance. Sp"rial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. alar !nJvertiscmenls. Local advertising. 15 cents for the first Insertlon; tI cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted In Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. SRI116) F IONAL. CAItDS AI'"I'UltN EY5 W. F. bANDERS. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, HEI,ENA., - * MONTANA. W. K. MENDHNHALL, Land and Mining Lawyer ROOM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDS TO ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND MININO CLAIMS. RefH rences-Juder O. B. O'Bannon and HIon. W. W. Dixon, Deer Lodge, M. T. 459-1y. Phyte,.lan s and Surgeons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 29 November 1878

ZABXS R. KIZLLS, PUBLISHER. -The Russian Ministers, Prince Gorts ehakoff and Prince Orloff have resigned. -Reports from the Sierra Nevada say that the cross-cut had passed through the porphyry and re-entered rich ore. -The October yield of precious metals on the Pacific coast is estimated at $.,550, 10, the highest month's yield for years. -Murphy, the temperance reformer, is holding meetings in New York, and is meeting with much success. -A dispatch from New Yofk say s the remains of A. T. Stewart have been fGund, and of the five principals in the affair, four are now in custody. The leader remains to be captured. -The Louisville Courier-Journal de fends itself in the following style : " And now that the jig is up, let us hear no more of this Greenback damphoolism which came so near upsetting the Democratic hay-cart in so many Congressional districts." -A Court of Inquiry is to assemble at Chicago on the second Monday in January to inquire into Major Reno's conduct at the battle of...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 29 November 1878

RELIGCIOI -. rsBYTERIAN.-Services every Sunllday morning the Iresbyterian Church, at 11 a. m. evening, 7.30 m., Rev. J. R. Riussel officiating. Sunday-Pchool in the saeme place at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 (,aeTtOLi.-Serviccs every Sunday. First Mass at o'lock a. m.; second Mass a 101 a. m. Catechism under the direction of the Sisters of Charity at 2¢ o'clock p. m. Vesplrs at 7 o'clock p. m. gl or.Al.. -Suniday school every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. McB URNE Y HO USE. Thur:dalv, November21st. John Iobbins Valley G(;o W ewkirk Butte Nat Evans do A L Frank do J W Ham Heleon Van I1 Fisk HIelena John ARderson City John (o.we. do JohnA Rowand Bautte MJas Corinne McDono,ugh Monday, Nov. 25th. helena -James Ioward Pioneer .V Jrnlmer Wm Wallace do L Warm Springs Mrs M E Childs do C F lMussigbrod W Spg's John Dowling Yamhill Mrs IE Childs Pioneer Wm Volt Helena Mrs P tIir nivntie John Cowley do Mr Bear Mouth Bentol Hoover L Valley Chas Storms City F Ringeli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 29 November 1878

Romeo and Juliet in the Far' West. BY C. C. CLAWSON. From the Western Magazine. In the early days a theatrical treat in the mountains wasof rare occurrence, and the troupe that had the nerve to venture into the distant mining regions wis generally well paid for the long journey and risks taken to get there. If an actor could "run with the boys " all night after the theater was out, sing songs, and drink with them every time they asked him to, he was sure to carry away with him many a golden souvenir in the shape of rare specimens just as they had come from tle dliggings ; while the actress, if she touched a tnder chord in the heart of the digger and delver :in the ground, was certain to have her pockets filled with the prettiest nuggets that could be raked from the sluice-boxes. I will never forget the first time I saw " Romeo and Juliet" (or " Julia," as the miners called it,) played in the mines. I was out of luck in the diggings and had drifted into a newspaper office and was the...

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 December 1878

ate herw Norb: eat DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. u1 . 32S5 $7 $8 610 520 530 Tme ......... 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 . ............ 4 8 12 14 20 33 48 onth. " . 5 810 14 16 25 38 55 2 . 7 1012 18 24 35 60 75 S 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 *. 11 1S 25 8i 50 75 100 160 1 . 1625 40 55 70 90140 250 Reenlnr advertising payable quarterly, as due. Tran.ienradvertising payable in advance. ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. alar advirtisementS. Loc; advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cent: per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. ISi Ilo'I) A'I IONAL CAlUDS . F. SANDERS. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Ir .FNA. - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, Lawl and MininUg Lawyer ROOM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STP.EETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDS TO ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CLAIMS. RrfetcnceS-Judee 0. B. O'Baunon and Hon. W W. Dixon, Deer Lodge, M. T. 459-ly. PI'y, lans and S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 6 December 1878

JA 8 H. KILLS, PUBLISHER. -General Buchanan died in Washington City Nov. 29th. -The telegraph line has been down this weet; hence, no late news nor President's Message. -The Secretary of War reports that there were 1678 deserticas from the army in the past year. The rumor that the U. P. and C. P Railroad were to be consolidated underone management is declared false. -It is a little singular that Bishop Tut tle and Bob Ingersoll should both have chosen the same subject for this winter's lecture-Robert Burns. Ingersoll may deny that Robert Burns, but if the Bishop be lieves it bow strange he should select a sinner for a subject of eulogium when so many saints are without a paeau or a pane gyric. -Territorial warrants to pay prison and asylum expenses sold in Helena Dec. 1st for one quarter per cent above par. This is the highest they have ever reached. Treasurer Weston says that during the present month he will take up all warrants issued up to July 1st of this year. The Territorial w...

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 December 1878

ew uoth-~West. RELIG IOUS. Fas~flOLaEu.-SCrvices every Sunday morning the rresbyterian Church, at 11 a. ix. evening, 7.30 in., Rev. J. R. Russel, officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. CaTnoLo.---Services every Sunday. First Mass at 8 o'clock a. m.; second Mass a 10M a. in. Catechism under the direction of the Sisters of Charity at 2% o'clock p. m. Vespersat7o'clockp.m. ErlscurAL.-Sunday-school every Sunday at 3 p.m. Hotel Arrlvalz. McB URNEY HOUSE. Tharatlay. Nos ember 28th. Monday, Dec. 2d& ,J 'J)oahouer Blackfoot II Gasset Silver Bow C iiidseve do C S Skinner Pioneer V Norton Upper Valley J Mulholland do Wet 'Ithomnas do 0 Strickland Blackfoot M {icily i~ Warltntont Glch II E Crrtie do (} C'letIdttu FIt tenton Dan Mcillinsay do w Il-wII y City John Caplice Butte J IB Bu1tun do Lee W Foster do lie' Nte l do J Branagan do Ic\ I\in do J F Beck do H lioniry New Chicago C AB lialverson io Wn a \'!ootdlwa rd Butte 1I1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 6 December 1878

NLAND AZD AYGAý AN. The Story of a lormer War Between Them. Fron the Amecas cydcpsika. Previous to the advent of the British on the shores of India, the foreign invasions which swept the plains of Hindostan al ways proceeded from Afghanistan. Sultan Mahmond the Great of Ghuzni, Genghis Khan, Tameriane and Nadir Shah all took this road. After the death of Nadir in 1747, Ahmed Khan, who had served under him, liberated his country from Persia and made himself king. Under him Afghan istan reached its highest point of greatness and prosperity in modern times. He be longed to the Durracis, and his first act was toseize upon the booty which his late chief had gathered in India. His kingdom extended from Khorasan to Delhi, and he even measured swords with the Mahratta power. He died in 1773, and left hiscrown to his son Timour, who was unequal to the weighty charge. He abandoned the city of Candahar, and removed the seat of govern ment back to Cabool. During his reign the internal dissensio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 December 1878

lit''~a-- - .. ...... ... a i nt tw ortdbWest DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. .. . , , 0 I " 1 30 10 1 5 .1) 40 . 7 12 1i t ' 48 S n ............ 5 10 14 1 25 38 55 10 12 lS 24 ;5, fit) 75 '1 1 2 3.1 150 y7oo0 100 I t 1: 7 _ l a i 50 j i ' 0 lfd . - 2 0 55 70 940 110 )50 ._. : payable quarterly, as due. : .. ,e.4-!I, ]}. ,t l ill advance. .. re 00 per cent. more than reg 1 I, r~ , i~r - 1. 1 cants for the first insertion; 11 ( i4l wr per lie bfor cach succeeding insertion; [ila , m.' .d in N ,nlpariel measure. l V, k payable on delivery. SI t€ ) Il ;..~i L()NAL (CAItDS 1'1"1'(D LtN IJIEI 1W. iF. .AC1; . W. F. CULLXN, -A\ N L)Ii S & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, S - ' - MONTANA. W.. K. MENDENHALL, Land.( and Milin.i Lawrier lou 3 :1AY v1 :BILDiNG, C(ORNER'7TH &.E SRIE.r, W~ASHIINGTON, D. C. ATTD, )' TO, AL:, IATrTEI. RELATING TO LAND AND MI3NINS( CLAIMs. i1. nr 7R-1--1Jud,'e O. B. O'Bannon and iHon. W W. I)ixil), 1cer Lodge, M. T. 459)-1y. plh y,...t.lalS and Surgeons....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 December 1878

SAxU8 H. fILL, : PUBLISHER. -Col. B. Hammer is elected President and Dr. E. Welt vice-President of the Swiss Confederation for 1879. -William Lewis, brother of ex.-U. S. Senator Lewis, was drowned in the Shenan doah river, Virginia, on Monday. -The New England States and Pensyl vania, had a forty hours' rain this week. Edison had better turn his attention to an anti-deluge-phone. --"The Queen" telegraphed Louisa from Windsor Castle on the 2d inst. that she was delighted at her daughter's reception and to say so. Whereupon the Canadian heart was prouder than ever. -Butler is'still learning. He says his call on Kearney will not be duplicated to other prominent Californians until he has made due inquiries concerning them. But it was not Denis that beat Ben. -Whalers lately arrived at San Francisco from the Arctic Sea report that a ship, be lieved to be the larger of the two vessels of the Sweedish Polar Expedition, is blocked in the ice above the East Cape. -It is difficult to tell whe...

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. — 13 December 1878

RELIGIO ITS. 5S)BBYTEnAN._Services every Sunday morning the Prestyterian Church, at 11 a. m. evening, 7.30 a., Rev. J. R. Russel, officiating. endagy-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer m eting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Clý _Services every Sunday. First Mass at 't!ck a. In.; second Mass a 10( a. m. Catechism oi.tr the dlrection of the Sisters of Charity at 2% 'cock p" In. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. r .st.a,.-Sunday-school every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. a1e B URBNE Y HO USE. i, Ichir ith. SIIunday, Dec. 8th. Itliihkfoot M Rvan New Chicago Sh' r do A ( T'ower do t o T McLauehlin do T 31 Du\c do . Il Iluxton City S]I'" lilte )r F A Thompson do Sdo t1 S ('lark and wife do It '1 , lt do .1 La. kin Butte ,\\ 1 1:(111ht (] .1 SullivaL do tdo Monday, Dec. 9th. Slhn r bys do J 11t lardwick Butte Ido I ltB ir do d ' Io GW \l'nmley do , C ' do OB 1\Vhitnotd do 1, do \s Il Howe do o d A iMcMasters do S11 "1 ."++ (;O tumphry do t1 elldti.c (' ttenw cier do Sr ý1,:,,' lh, nHl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 December 1878

BLACK-LEG, Blood-Striking, Qarter Evil, Eto. THE DTBEASE NOW EFFECTING MONTANA CATTLE. From the Farmers' Barn-Book. The disease which I am now to describe, is indicated by these curious names, and a great many more, in various parts of the country. Very few of these names, howev er, are misplaced, for they indicate some variety, or symptoms, or stage of this dreadful disease. It would be much better recognized by the title of Inflammatory Fever. Its attack is confined almost entirely to animals that are in high condition, or rap idly improving ; I should say, too high con dition and too rapidly improving. In some instances the disease will give some warning of its approach, but, generally, the beast appears to be to-day perfectly well, and to-morrow he will be found with his head extended, his flanks heaving, his breath hot, his eyes protruding, his muzzle dry, his pulse quick and hard-every symptom, in short, of the highest stage of fever. He utters a low and distressing moaning ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 December 1878

011) £fktw SIribeest DEER LODGE, IO WTA.&. RATES OF ADTsRTISING. -. ,3 $5 $7 8 $10 $20 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 .......... 4 7 8 12 14 20 83 48 S nth ........... 5 14 16 25 38 55 . 7 710 12 18 24 35 60 75 . ' 1 22 80 50 70 100 II 1 .1' 3 50 75 1001160 ...... 5 , 140 'i 70 I 90 140 250 -r:: pyabhle quarterly, as due. " ,.r. -: payable in advance. : ,,,,.re per cent. more than reg. S15 cents for the first insertion; , per line for each succeeding insertion; li! t cin Nonpariel measure. ,l, M ork payable on delivery. F. SANDE'. W. F. CULLEN, ..- NI)EfI.S & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, *A. . MONTANA. w. K. MENDENHALL, L,_,II and Miinind . Latwyer I~io 3 MAY BI'ILDIN(;, CORNFRNE 7TII &]E STIHEE.TS, WAHIIINGTON, D. C. ATTFySND TO ALLt MATTrE1 RELATING TO LAND AND MaisI.n CLAISS. l,,.ermnce--Jud-e O. IB. O'Baunon and Ilon. W W. IDixon. Deer Lodge, M T. 459-1y. 'I lay. lanIs and Surgeons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., - ii ysiciafn and Surgeon. -Office Opposite Postoftce DfrE" LODGE, - - - - MO...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 December 1878

SJ.aMa8 B. MILLS, PUBLISHER. -It is believed the commission hearing the Fitz-John Porter case will decide in his favor. -Jay Gould has ordered up one hundred miles of steel rails and is ready to push the road vigorously to Montana. -The toglish Parliament has about con cluded to tax the Afghan war expenses on India. And if they dissent the same old guns exist from which the Sopoys were blown when they rebelled. -The Elbventh Session of the Legisla tive Assembly of Montana will convene in Helena on Monday, Jonuary 13, 1879,unless there is some provision to the coutrary of which we are not advised. -It took England thirty years to return to specie payments after her great war, but the United States has accomplished it in in sixteen. At noon on last Tuesday gold sold in the New York Exchange at par, for the first time since 1862. -Senator Plumb has introduced a very proper bill in relation to the army. It is to provide for a temporary increase of the army in an emergency, and authorize...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 December 1878

t=-.----- • gi1LIGlOI: s. pnaasryTErl .-Scrvices every Suenday morning the Presbyte:ien Church, at 11 a. m. evening, 7.30 m.. Rev. J. 8 Russel, officiating. Sunday-uchoo li the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thbrday evening at 7:30. CATHOuLIC.-..C~i every Sunday. Fir at Mas at o'clock a. m.;enrd Mass a 10,t a. m. Catechism under the direetion of the Sisters of Charity at 23. o'clock p. in. V erO at 7 o'clock p. m. Er-curi.L -Sunda!-,cbooi every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. McB GR5; Y HO USE. Tthur.lay, Deceaabeti ..b Marcus Daly Butte t (t Iluinher y~ie 'M A Noonan do W Priuad ivllle dI JClayton Allentown Wy P t Irvine do Itehard Butler Helena rs Blle (hambrn F Wheeler do re elle ' Peter Hartz City rP1 Slrtherland o J lHifgins Nevada Creek I J Winslow .ilh Creek Monday, Dec. 1th. "Ir 11dm Nevada Cr.ee A Lincoln Blactfoot A II l..ok Bcimont Mrs Birmnghan J F ,euiana do 1Bear Mouth DvidRBc Bte ( W More do Joi F F rbis .i M Taylor New Chicago W S llardenbrook y... s t H...

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