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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 January 1879

RF:LIGIU IT S. PSESBT IAN..--srvice every Siinday morning at the tirehvterisan ('hurcn. at 11 a n. evenint, 7..30 p. m., RAv ,. Ht. Russel. offciatiig. StndaYv-chool in the same place at 2 p. c. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. (ATIIOLtc.--Services every Sunday. First Mass at oc·lck a. m.: tcond Mass a 10 a. m. (atecthim anrder the direthion of the Sisters of Charity at 24 ou'clok p. Il. m Vesars at 7 ti cock p. m. EIp.,iAl.. -Sui.ldaiy-school every . .lday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. McB URNEf Y 110 USE. Thurt:ln.. hvnnar 12)d. leo W rIrvin City l It (clthhert IlelUA .171Itxton do Mrs A'Achehul do Monday. Jan. 27th. Iran StlAhenlts Butte Chas Winters Missolla J 11 A Trtlser'er do J 1 Buxton City C G Hirirseye Blaikfoot'J Stelling do Friday, Jan. lt. t John Marchion do ('in K . City Timothy Cronnn do W F Sharlly do ,Wm Williams Valley lou P onlith do WIm Nowlan Cable (;Co Mothehtr SAluishlry S Cameron do A W lurtrd ]tuilttte F P Murray do C X Larabie do ., C Savey lowa C...

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. — 31 January 1879

A TFXA.N RTTING AGAINST A MONKEY ANDT A HAND ORGAN. Washington Capital. A gay and gallant cattle-raiser of West ern Texas, who had a fine ranch, and had many a time been across the river to flirt with Mexican beauties and play monte, thought he would see New Orleans; and he only waited to sell his stock so as to have plenty of money to see all the fun that was lying around. He religiously adhered to his buckskin breeches, gay waistcoat and parti-colored scarf, and sported his grace ful sombrero hat a la cobalero, so that the average typical Southernor blushed with envy at his dashing appearance. He was the best hearted fellow in the world; al ways ready to share his last penny with a friend or givj it to the poor, and, though he had been rather a profitable source of revenue to the undertakers in several coun ties-for, of course, he would shoot a man who was unmannerly enough to refuse to drink-yet, on the whole, he was a regular good fellow. Up one street and down an other he went,...

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. — 7 February 1879

bthe elt gort,=West DEER LODGE, MONTANA. 1:ATES OF ADV.RTISING. 7 8 12 1 20 33 48 . . . . . . . . .1 8.2 4 6 0 7 5 S1'. 13 2, 30 50 70 ', 100 ................. 16 4 50 1 90 140 2 iet ,a vert ilng payable in adv an e C. 'r; .;\ Noth'c, are 0 lper cent. more than reg L, ,al adis crtisIng. 15 cents for the first Insertion; 10 cilts ,er line for each succeeding insertion; li si' counted in Nonpartel measure. Julh Work payable on delivery. ,4it4 l'.t-gIONAL CAUDS W. F. SAN h-. W. F. CULLEN, SANDI)ERS. & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, . , NA, . : MONTANA. W. K. MENDENiHALL, Lande aend Mlining Lawyer R'so0i 3 MAY BUIIDING, CORNER 7THT & E STllEETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTEND! TO ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND M INING C(LAIxS. Referenees-Jlude O. B. O'Bannon and Hion. W W. Dixon, Deer Ledg,', M. T. 459-1y. P1ahyy lans and Surgoons. A. H. MITCHE LL, M. D., SI'ysl es-a** wxiaI-urg ". -Office Opposite Postoce- DEE" LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Prompt attention by night or day to patients in 'own...

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. — 7 February 1879

1*2253 U. XILLS, ?USIJSHEI -The famous Drury Lane Theatre, Lon don, closed Tuesday night-the performers refusing a reduction of wages. -Rev. Sheldon Jackoun lectured in New York February 5th on Alaska and urges the establishment of a Women's Home at Ft. Wrangel. -Senator Bayard is said to no longer conceal his aspirations for the Presidency in 1880. He has established headquarters at Wilmington, Del.,--just a convenient distance from the real centre of operations. -It is stated that the importation of cattle from America to the land of Johanie Bull is to be prohibited. A New York dispatch of Wednesday says two steam ships will this week take 850 head from that port for London. -Ten Doy's Bannacks have met with an other losse. If the whites expect the Ban nacks to remain friendly they should offer some inducement other than the murder of a member of the tribe every opportunity that presents itself. -Governor Potts' report to the Secreta ry of the Interior, a ospy of which has been se...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 February 1879

RELI~[O' ' P tTN- BSr't every Shrnday monllng at the l'rc , tcltin Chlr :ll A 11 :. tr.. evenint , 7.30 p. m.. n e. . J. I t, oltm" lliilt iL . .O m i tylJ s l 1n ti .lamn p1lace t 'I , . ,l . I 'rayT.r Seery Thuradl eveninl at 7:30. ,. rr every Sunlday. First Mass sI ' k , od a a 103i a. m. Catccrhismn onder Lth d:retio f th Bters of t harity at 2. o'ock p.m. Veper1 at 7 rk p. m. ttI ntdtv.. ,d-chobl .IC. y lundvy at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. MeB cL' YER 110 USE. Thl"t.'.y Jar. 3). David R Beck Ciay Johil y, Wri y rka J 11 BUlton do Johng t ,.t he do Thoi C Irvine Valley Jan i. FiUlier do .'; Beardsley StLouis Mo J II 0liver City LC Trent Belmont S E lra do G Penrse Philadelphia 3 IIsllt 1 leletta Monday, Feb. 3. Mrs NIdhnti do .1 E Lal.gord Missoula neti Cab c Sol Weil Chicago S('C ro, Jan. 31. Jos K Toolu lHelena W tndolr n sarmtp .aIi. ard Butte W. l'.ryitulln ad wife C Seoa ButteL NewC Chicago John Marchioi City 1 Abar aI Beartown loab Medary do Mrs 1; Nay & child Battic John ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 February 1879

OME REMNI3ISCENCES - HIS PERSONAL CIARACTE$ISTIC8 - .TORIrSB ilTS OLD NEIOGBORs TELL ABOUT HIM. Caleb Cushing was never on confidential terms with anybody. To begin with, he was in youth as ambitious as Napoleon,and he elevated himself to the position he oc cupied at his death by sheer force of phys ical application. IHe had a memory proba bly unequaled by any man now alive. He could read sixteen hours a day for a month, and never forget an important fact obtained in that time, and this faculty made him the profoundest authority on Federal laws in this country. iis memory and poaer of work were the secrets of his success. As an illustration of this, the following anec dote is told : In 1853, or thereabout, he was appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Bench of Massachusetts. HIe was out of practice, and, to use his own words, " very rusty." lie set to work, however, and in nineteen days bad read sixty volumes on different laws-questions of precedent,laws of contracts, laws of exchan...

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. — 14 February 1879

Are yne lloth= r eto DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVkRT7SI( 12m 5......... 3 55 57 Time ....3 10 121 2 t 4 7 8 12 14 20 33 4 SMonth 7810 10 4 16 2 711 1 5 60 75 _ ~ 9'12115 22 30 30 70 1100 6 1l 15 25 35hO 7510 6 IYear.. .......... 16 i714 5 5 70 90 4 25 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular adverttsementst. Local advertising, 15 cents for the first insrton;. 10 centa per line for each succeeding tisetol lines counted in Nonpartel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. -- ATTOBNEYS __ K. F. SANDERS, W. P. CuLLU, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, -ELENA, I . 3 1 MONTANA. W. H. MENDINHALL, Land acud Mining Lawyer Roul 3 MAY BUILDINO, CORNER 7Th & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATIraS TO ALL MATTaRs RaLATING To LAND AD MINxNG CLantae. References-Judge O. B. O'Bannon and Hon. W W. Dixon, Deer Lodge, M. T. 48 -1y. Phyb.otalan fsn 8 s A. H. XITCHIL, S. ., t'in snic . nun an 4 d...

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. — 14 February 1879

JAN35 H. KILLS, PUaRLISEZE. r --Hon. John Clark, of Idaho, has been conlrmed by the Senatp to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of that Ter ritory. -After the first of April there will be ae reduction of 10 per cent. in the allowance E to Post-Orces of the first and second class t for rent, fuel and light, in order to keep 1 the expenses under this item within the ap propriations. -The President has nominated Dec1de I S. Wade to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Montana. Mr. Wade has filled this ofoe acceptably for several years, and his reapuolntment will be a gratification I to all Montananas. -We acknowledge receipt from Hon. D. H. Weston of a copy of the Auditor and Treasurer's Report for 1878. To the report of the latter is an appendix containing a record of the Marks and Brands. The pamphlet bears the Independent imprint. -The contest between Sutro and the mining companies is reported to have at last been settled. The terms are not yet made known, though it is r...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 February 1879

Services every Suaday morning at the ter Churrh, at 11 a- in. eventiir, 7.30 J .Russel, officiating. Sunday-chool in the esme place at 2 p. m. Prayer o eetina every Thursday evening at 7:30. CATso)Llc.-ervices every Sanday. First Mass at uc' k a. in.; setcon4 Mae' a 10N a. on. Catechism under the direetion of the Sisters of Charity at S2 oclock p. i.espers a .-Sman)-school every Sunday at s p.'. Hotel Arrivals. M2cB URNE Y HO USE. Tthurday. February 6th. D M Biltugsly City All Barret BitiiiCJ S Hoke do tIeoIrrev Larch do C 1 Platt San Francisco Peter Marx do .J B Wilkins do John EMOrr do oe K Toole Helena J M la 1twll SMa MiCiJ SJorpremant Bntre SFridtn Feb.7th. IItG Valiton do Jnjo (phlice phi;ipedurg Monday, Feb. 10th. Wm Weinatelin do A E Mayhew City LII sVanaletine 0 ISHoke do ;jl i Robertson d10 W Per ym J b Harley Butte & 1. "tunrt n,,iii .J Sy1~ivan do lit Poirte ii'oan F Mattell Niseoula 3 S Ilote Cite W.uesday, Fe. lS3h. H Myers do 31 (; Valiton Butte (ian \isit P oneer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 February 1879

WAS A WOMAN EvER MADE A MASON-THE OLD RECO*lDS. Prsom te New York Times. Some of the Atlantio coast members of what is, perhaps, the largest and most popu lar secret society in existence, are discuss lag the old question whether or not a wo man was ever made a Mason. There does not seem to be a great difference of opinion on the subject, for only those who are best acquainted with the Ms lo lore dare to speak at all knowingly rning a myste* ry which very few have ever been able to explain. It seems to be pretty generally assained that by no possibility could such event ever take place. While it is only fair to admit that members of the Masonic fra ternity should know more about these mat ters than any one else, in this one instance at least most of them are certainly ignorant of the real facts in the case. Once, and only once, is it recorded that one from the outer world penetrated unbidden, unpre pared, and unobserved into the temple while the craftsmen were at labor, and on that o...

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. — 21 February 1879

the New Mortb4=ezt DEER LODGE,NOUTAMA. RATES OF ADVARTI8ING. 0i t-0 01013 $. $3 16 17 18 110 .3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 4 7 8 12 14 20 83 48 1 Month. ...........». 8 10 14 16 25 38 55 2 ............. 710 12 18 24 85 6075 . 9 12 15 22 80 50 70 100 6 11 15 25 35 50 75 100 160 l Year . .16 25 40 55 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg afar advertisements. ical advertisgig. 15 cents for the first insortion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. It14)BFISSIONAL CARDU ___ Ap'OHNEYB W. F. SANDERS. W. F. OULLUN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, IOENA. - I MONTANA. W. H. MENDRNHALL, Land and Mining Lawyer R)OM 3 MAY BUILDING, CoRnESR 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDS TO ALL MAITTUES RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CLAIMx. References-Judge O. B. O'Bannon and Hon. W W. Dixon. Deer Lodge, '1. T. 4...

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. — 21 February 1879

JAXES H. ]ILLS, PUBLISHER. -The motion to reconsider the exemption bill in the Council was lost by a vote of eleven to three. That settles the matter. -A Hartford dispatch Wednesday says a resolution unanimously passed the State Senate, condemning the action of Congress on the Chinese question. -The House committee on Indian Af fairs has agreed to report the bill prepared by the Indian Bureau for the transfer of Chief Joseph and other Indians. -The people of North Idaho demand that the act for the entry and sale of tim ber, lately passed for Oregon, California and Washington Territory, be extended to their Territory also. -The only gold note banks in the Uni ted States are in California. There are eight institutions of the kind, two in San Francisco, two at Oakland, and one re spectively at Stockton, Sacramento, Peta lima, Santa Barbara and San Jose. -A meeting of workingmen was held in New York, Wednesday, as the beginning of meetings to be held weekly hereafter The object of the m...

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. — 21 February 1879

RELIGIC 1( S. Payssarranx.-Services every utinday morning at the Presbyterlan Church, at 11 a. mi. evening, 7.30 P. in Rev. J. Ii. Russel, ofilciating. Sunday.s9hol in the same place at 2 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday cevning at 7:30. CArnour 4ervices every Sunday. Fir at Mass at odcloc a m.; second Mass a 10% a. m. Catechism under tie ireetion of the Sisters of Charity at 2% o'clock ; Vespers at 7 o'clock p. ni, ErIscour -Sunday-school every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. MeBURNEY HOUSE. ThLur-dm Fels~uarr' 11th. John Maichioli City M 1, Cook a gt Mtissoula fIeeie tPu rhrrButte K D K Randall St d P sti City Fred Gamer Belena JiI Butto do CA Wilson do J ride:., Feb. 14th. FT Keelur Butte 3 A Browne Big Hole Fred James do S Blath Sri Francisco Tuesday. Feb. 18th. C B Platt do 4W W Dixoa City M Silverman Helena W F Shanley do .JE Pilcher St Louie M Krensberger Beartown T C Irvine Valley John Caplice Philpsburg Saturday, Feb. 15th. Wiss Caplice do J yirIfili b HelenaWm Alexand...

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. — 21 February 1879

"It nl=IU WWH." SKIN? UIOTOUICAL SKETCH O! THE ORI1IN AND UA5 O THE MOTTO. E A.- London Snowden writes to the editor C of the Philadel Press: I send you, as u dssred,a batefr aksna sk oftbh e ori- at gOn andue. of( the motto '" E jIinHts m Unum." The origin of the motto is as- ac cribed to Col. Reed, of Uxbridge, Mass. cs It first appeared on a copper coin, struck at ti Newburg,New York State,where there was di a private Mint. The pieces struck are al dated 1788. In 1787 the motto ap eared on ft several types of the New Jersey coppers, ft 1iso on a very curious gold doubloon,or $16 Ut piece, coined by a goldsmith named Brash- cl or. It was there put "Unum E Pluribus." Ut Only four of these pieces are known to be it extant, and they are very valuable. One of thema, in possesslon of the Mintts supposed s! to be worth over $1,000. When Kentucky a was admitted in 1791,it is said copper coins o were struck with " E Pluribus Unum." tl They were made in England. The act of ti Congress of 1...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 February 1879

bthet et ort= ptet DEER LODGE, MONTANA. SRATES OF ADVSTISIN 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 - 7 8 12 14 20 3 48 Month ......5....... 8 10 14 16 25 38 5 . 7 10 12 18 24 15 60 75 . 9112 15 22 0 60 70 100 .... 15 25 50 75 100 160 Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular advertisements. Local advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 centa per line for each succeeding Insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. PRUOJJiSSIONAL CARDS TOUN.EYS W. F. SANDERS. W. F. OCLL5S, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTO.NEYS-AT-LAW, AELENA, ; . . 3 MONTANA. W. . MENDENHALL, Land and Mining Lawyer RooM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTEND8 TO ALL MATTENS RELATING TO LAND AND MIanxo CLAIMs. References-Judge O. B. O'Baunon and Ion. W W. Dixon, Deer Lodge, M.T. 459-1y. P'hy.s.clans and Surgeons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. ., I'Pysallan and Surgeon. -Office Opposite Postoffice DEE' LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. Promp...

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. — 28 February 1879

JA3msl . MIr.LLS, : BLa .EER. -The Idaho Legislature managed to elect a Speaker of the Hoose on the twenty fourth day of the session. They will prob ably be ready for transaction of business by the time fixed by law for adjournment. -A telegram from Delegate Maginnis on the 84th, says tA House committee had reported unfavorably on the Montana Peni tentiary appropriation. The measure is not dead, however, and it may yet be allow ed before adjournment. It should be. -Joseph P. Woolman, Esq., has been appointed Territorial Auditor, vice D. H. Cuthbert,whose term of office expired. Mr. Woolman is a thorough accountant and of extended experience in the character of work required to be done in his office, and will make a good officer. -Montana has a good set of officers. With Hon. D. H. Weston as Treasurer, Hon. J. P. Woolman as Auditor, and Prof. Smith as Superintendent of Public In struction, the financial and educational in terests of the Territory will be well cared for. We regard it ...

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. — 28 February 1879

. r't (very Si'i'tay morn ng S e l .yT .' i:) (' 'al, t I. m. n veninn , 7.30 S : lt: aIit 2 l . ill. 'rayer .hi at 7.3( I. -,rndy. First Mass at 'ia. m. (':techism o i f tie iters of Charity at "31 T- . . perr at 7 o'clock p. m. dli ,. . ;,d: :s-cwho l cveryv .iulday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. eUJ HESY 110 U'E. St cbr'r ) Sol Wtel Chicago T u-,v lO t TI ..tocs do L. (w hr # iHe na S i.i t4 iienchmnid do hiLi i, .rer ii Klicnschmidt do F. «' 1 ,oih l , ol, .! M onday, Feb. 11th. Sti w l el r , d Io 11 lI:,uswirtlt City ,:1; \i i Jacob Medary do t ' ,' 'r:aciico ,J Y Batterton do S I I It urn Crosswhite do io tin fatei' do I, 1 I -t" t ' Iriue Butte . Vidtlc'y 'F -da. Feb. .25th. . ,, , , I ' a John w tarcihion City i W. V 'it xoln do t\'li er (i eo W Irvin do ;" ct A .I Davis Bntte (I; ttet . offrcy L.av:,lle do dr, Th'o ivalle do ,u .i IC into bury do " r ,ohll F ForbTi do - 1' Iorni'k do tdo rank O Smilt ('Chicago ,T " ', . iD Marks Diamond (' Inlck st \\dtllasdan', Feb. 26th. 1 . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 February 1879

A TUSSIL WITH OONiCIUNCE AND WHAT CAME O IT. Bardette's Latter to oriaston Hawkeve. Do you renaodhb, some weeks since, I was greatly annoyed by an inquisitive man down in Maine, and abrubtly olosed my let ter fr the prpose of stuffing the aforesaid man. Well, I staffed him. "Much of a place, your town ?" he ask ed. "Oh, yes," I said, with the matter-of course carelessness of a citizen of the great western metropolis, "about forty-five thousand, I guess." The man eyed me with keen,awaken iag interest. " So big as that?" he said. I nodded, and he presently said : "Well, I had no idea that there was such a city in Iowa. State must be pretty much settled up, I reckon ?" I msaid : "Yes, it was; some portion of it oretty wild, though." " Any large game in the state ?" "Herds of it," I said. "I killed deer last winter not two miles from the Bur lington Court House." I pacified my consclenoe for this lie by explaining to that rebellions and vocifer oaus monitor that there was no Burlington ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 March 1879

DEER LODGE, MONTAA. RATES OF ADVritTISING. !b $ 90 0 $ ) .e ....i...... , g7 0 516 10 1. 15 L2 40 S .........7...... 4 7 8 2 14 I 83 48 I1 , .nth.. ........ . 6 i "........... 9 2! '1.5 2"2 5 i6 i 5,., 70 90 1i0 '2:0 R1.;llr avertisin~i pnyable quarterly, as due. r:'It advrtisig payable in advance. S],cv..il Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg .I'!r a'JV. rti-cne-'int I,,.':.i alvertiingl . 15 cents for the first Insertion; 10 ,"nt, per line fbr each succeeding insertion; lilne ollntcd in Nonpariel measure. lob Work payable on delivery. l)l'I. ) ; SI-'yI(NAJ C(AIIDS ATTOltNEY -- l"r. .ANEta. WV. F. CULLEN, ANI)II & CtULLE., ATT3ROS YS-AT-AW, , MONTANA. Ki. H. MENDENHALL, I.(d m (U mil Miniifl ais'Iy7r ,)I ,11 M~MAY iIfIlLDINif, CORNER 7TH & E 1 EE;TI, W.~ ASHINGTON, D. C. A77t:'N-" T) ACLL SIATTEcs I:rIATINO TO LAND AND MI' .t ( LA I.I . S,.., :c-.Jllic 1 O. 1i. (c'aunon and lion. W t. 1is , I).r l.od , T. 459-1y. l'l y.":.l* isnn illand turgeons. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 March 1879

JaXUS R. xItLL, :PUBIZBB. -Charles W. Angell the defaulting Secretary of the Pullman Palace Car Com pany, has been sentenced to ten years' imprisonment in the Illinois penitentiary. Don't " Want to be an AngelL" -Judge Advocate General Dunn has be fore him the evidence in the Reno case,and the verdict ef the Court of Inqury. It is believed that the court will acquit Reno of anroy blame at the Custer massacre. -B. F. Jonas, the newly-elected United States Senator from Louisiana, will be the third Israelite who has occupied a seat in the forum. The others were David Yalee of Florida and Judah P. Benjamin of Louis iana. -Henry Ward Beecher demands a na tional conscience. Were the masses to fol low in the wake of the celebrated divine making the demand conscience would do worse than make cowards of us all. A con summation devoutedly not to be wished. -On another page will be found account of the death in Pittsburg of an old negro, who will be remembered by all old-time residents of the ...

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