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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 March 1879

RatL1 I Ol . S. .RFgBYKERtaIN._'erviCCe every Sunday morning at the t'ri r ,)tcrt'iO lii 'i. ittll. iL I ii. cv f:nita. 7.30 p :t n . i ,'Ce-. a 2 (. un Prarl). Al: . .r it in t treini n at-ti 70.3 t'A t ,Itr.1 , - ~" r ,ý" c ": t r lt i i . tFi t vi M, a s ,it ,'co,'k a I a m. ('atechi.m uinder the d:rteition of the risters f Chanrity at 2J Sclock p. m. Vespers at 7 o clock p. m. Err cr _,,-Snl day-echool 'very Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. McB UINY IIO0 USE. TlturdaV, February 27th. Mra Sqville & child do W I IRandolph Maang do Warm sprinis BDorney do A Ila..n yTamhiit M Neill do W Wlce inr WBrken Silver Bow W M Witkiae .IEdwards Edward-villa M ilkin Francico G W Morse Bear Month C W EvKna Salt I.ae| ('itv Monday, March 3d. , it elena N lumbher Valley II M piznct do I |leffrrmatt do B tinierhn do W E Smith Butte I ,Vhimtird do W K Franklinl do Mrs S Mheod do Mist Olie Wright do ro i P1 miti Iut tt Misa Kellhy do r1,,S Smith l'iouerr John Marchion City F'tdrv Feb 2vih. .M Fa...

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. — 7 March 1879

ion ofthe Legislataure in a large number of stock growers being present, several meetings were held with the view of forming a central stock growing association to be represented by auxiliary assoclaions in all the counties of the Territory. At a meeting held last Wednesday Mr. R. S. Ford, of Suan River, was unanimously eleeted President and Mr. E.G. Brooke Vice-President. After which was adopted the following consti tution : ARTICLE 1. This association, formed for the mutual benefit and protection of persons and par ties engaged in raising and dealing in cat tie or horses in Montana Territory and the development and encouragement of breed ing, raising and marketing cattle or horses, shall be called the Montana Stock Growers' Association. ARTICLE 2. Any person engaged in raising ard deal ing in cattle and horses shall be eligible to membership. ARTICLE 3. The fees of membership shall be five dol lars annaally. Each person seeking mem bership shall sign these articles of organi zatio...

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. — 14 March 1879

Ifbe teaw tt;I Weit DEER LODgO, XOITAA .N RATES OF ADVZETSM 1218 71 8 810 P20 T l. .......... "...... 105 lo 64 16 25 00 S 12 14 20 3 48 iloni.......... 7 10 12 18 24 5 00 75 2 " 12i1 22 80 50 70 100 a 1 ii 25 1 5 50 75 100 160 S...........16 25 140 55 70 90 140250 RCrfrTar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transie!nt advertistng payable In advance. spelcial Notices are 60 per cent. more than reg. alar advertisement&s. Local advertising, 15 cents for the first nas; 10 cents per line for each succeeding inaettloa; lines counted in Nonperfel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. 4 an ; -4. qNA3AL CARDIS - ATTORNEY _ W. ~ r. SAsuW. F. CULLN, 1ANIDE1IS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 'I" ENA. - MONTANA. W. E. MENIDENHALL, SLa(l and Mining L, w~yer BR'o'i 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7Tu & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENYIl To ALL UMATTEIS RELATING TO LARD ARD MINING CLAIM[. PI,.,lrence--Judoe O. 1B. O'Baunon and Hon. W W. Dixon. Deer Lodge, M. T. 49-ly. l'hy".,. - Ians and Su...

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 March 1879

DAMNS 3. XrLXJ, as 1VstIIaR. --General Eckert, Presidentof the Atlan tic and Paio Telegraph Company, has resigned his position. -48awramento Republicanq triumphed ovt Democrat sad Workingmen at the election held there this week. -Talmage's popularity is on the wane. He as being tried before the Presbytery of Brooklyn on several charges this week. -An Idaho paper says Frank J. Parker, editor of the Walla Walls Btatesman, has fallen heir to a fortune. Probably a trade dollar. -Preiden fl aee' message to Congress, the special assi n of 4w hioi convenes on the 18th nst., will be brief and eonafled to the subjects for which it will be convened. -A grand excursion from Washington to San Francisco, about the first of August next, to receive and welcome Grant on his return from the Orient, is talked of in the east. --r. O'Bannoa will undoubtedly recon sider and withdraw his resignation. Under the present law he can afford to hire enough clerks to do extra work whoih may be de manded. -The S...

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. — 14 March 1879

p. in.. Rev. J. R. Ruscel. officiating. Sunday-PChool in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer r eting every Thursday evening at 7:30. (ATt - rviccs every Sunday. First Mass at o'cc. . rnm.; s~Cond .Mass a 101 a. m. Catechism nder the direction of the Sisters of Charity at 2% o'cltci: p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. Erft' ,,rI ..-Siday-school every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. McB UBN Y IIOUSE. .l..irulay, M.rch 8. A N Gongh Tancton Mans (tho Mr raI 'Rock hC'rk unday, March 9 EdI inarlD New ('hica"o JIhn Capitce Butte EI it Oine ,ni.'i Cit) Dild l.irmilton c lh rK s rht A% f ',2 chil- S Earhart dr it T 1yT s Hoinom Ranch cdr .it cy Go W l'ia City .i h,.rt .r i i"m .inm Wallace Pioneer .h.n M;rehin ". J McKay New Chicago u1 11 ort ) I)Dunkleburg " A ( Math Bill Moore Sullivan City A1 C; itlf" lelena W P Wilson Salisbury MI' ':i..ii " 1 llhutchinson i1] i 'ir -i Ft heorh San Francisco S[I hit :,, Nbutt Monday, March 10. .1 11i ' John Brown Misoula Ml. II ,. ' .I M Fish City Fridy. M:h...

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

U]TALIATORT MA5UUIES IrROS A CEIIxE POuEt Or VIEW. Allegesd im gears Cor. of the aNew York World. We had fondly .oped, dApite frequent sanoyances and oerasional outrages, that the American residents of China would be sns of pri reiom ahenevwhrstshy ;l voked the iaritf pwetr. The "-Br.bgams treaty, we knew, existed, and under its provisions the most ample security was offered to law abiding oitizens of the United Slates sojourning in the Celestial Empire. But, alas we seemed to have labored under a hallucination when we fanaled that a heathen nation of small knowledge and scanty civilization would for a moment respeot treaty rights under constraint. The United States example has been lost upon the Chinese. While the Americans have cast the triple agis of the law around the meinest Chinamas within their borders, protecting his person from harm, his property from spoliation and bis religions and social habits from ridicule; while, I say, they have declared that the nation's faith pledg...

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. — 21 March 1879

Ate #tw Mor tb'iest DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVJATISING. -,1 Time'.... . ... 5 $8 $10 $201 30 2 . 56 10 1.5 .25 40 S ................ 4 7 8 12 14 20 83 1 onth ............... 5 10 141 25 88 S .. .. ..... 7 10 12 18 24 35 60 75 g 9 l I7 22 .30 50 70 8 100 "ransient advertising payable In advance. 15'cial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg nlsr advertisementS Lcal advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. lob Work payable on delivery. P LLOFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOIRNEYS W. I. SANDoERN W. F. CULLt , SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, E, ,ENA. - MONTANA. W. H. MEND3. HALL, Land and Mining Lawyer R(OM 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTENDS TO ALL MATTERS RELATINGo To LAND AND MINING CLAIMS. lteferencea-Judge O. B. O'Bannon and Hon. W W. Dixon. Deer Lodge, M. T. 459-ly. Phy&.olans and Surgeons. A. H. MITCHILL, M. D., Ph ystlo! n and Surgeon. -Office Oppos...

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. — 21 March 1879

:AJA S . 3ZEAA 1U p 3al.EAU. --The critic of the Miner can read with profit the advice once given a young law yer, which was "to pick some of the feath ers from the wings of his imagination and stick them into the tall of his judgment." -Elihu Burritt, who in early life was a blacksmith, and afterward distinguished himself asa lingst, thereby earning for himself the name of "The Learned Black smith," died at New Britain, Conn., on the Othinst., aged 68 years. -Mr. Largey should engage the servi ces of the editor of the Mier and save the cost of the telegraph line. The editor can her xiabageIR .. .p . and if this should meet the eye of Edison (Tom), we advise him to take out a patent on theears of our friend of the Miner. -Exemptionists who have the welfare of Montaa-sat heart should buy up U. N. bonds at par. This is what the company claim to be waiting for. If their bonds can be sold at par the road will be con structed into settled Montana; otherwise, the terminus will be at Red R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 March 1879

- - ----- -L.2 ... . . ... . . .. RELIGIOt US. p.sarrtRAur.-Services every Sunday morning at the reebytertan Church, at 11 a. m. evening, 7.80 p. m., Rev. J. R. Russel. offclating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. in. Prayer a cettng every Thursday evening at 7:30. C(Trnor.lc.-Services every Sunday. Fir t Mama at o'clock a. m.; second Mass a 10,; a. m. Catechism under the direetion of the Sisters of Charity at 2} o'clock p.I. V espers at 7 o'clock p. m. Eitra or.L, --Sutlday echool every Sunday at 2 p.m. Hotel Arrivals. MBURNEY HOUSE. Tursily,. March l. .1 W Morrison Helena IoThr d MIrchionl city Monday, March 17. I .1Mlr M II Baker Willow Creek hin Alien en er Mouth'Nick Beery Y:am Hill \ i clquestion " II HYergy wife Helena .l mes Dol:a O'Conner' James Blake Miil Patrick Smith Bill F Pots Helena'N Jones T Ia Jno Mclntyre Phillipsburg ,toh Mntloe '1 T Paiker Butte Jas R Barcay " Tuesday, March 18. .la ii Mills & wife " E M Dumphy Helena Ma:t hines Nevada Creek I B Porter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 March 1879

v r s. w th c tour m e the Ars U state atBeaimiau Wiuger, deceased. treld from Butte by the urt oatued a bymn et ete etatea j. W geas , dearesed. torthe brded oan left shoulder s d dim brand a on let b; mealm ae; aibd tn tle. t the near vos% b reo h10 will beptu m after the return t ithe am ofl thoe or notir cenformation tohat will lead tor at his Si Butte i the ou ndry. EP. T. N. GLEASON491 Proposals for Bullding Fence. Strayed a Butfort about the fet of arol bthe brWaoed on left ahoulder ed dim brand p on left -hi; atm m iee; ndT., gentie. 8 h. tl Oill be the mecn bersee t upon appli the animal hams or for information that will icnd to his Irecoive y. COP tneshp. J. . ALLAN,R. Butte Foundry. Dun . T., Nov. .l1878A. KLI ID -t Proposoal for Building Fence. AIn withdrawing frombudi fc the rm I feel it duty to tCoothe p qeoplue ar Deero Lodge and adjo l bce - eied for the Chveryimaben of the Board of ptrommion- be peak at Deontier Lodnce of. T.he santl ondr my March 4. 18All debt. Pl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 March 1879

the few orNt= Went DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVNtRTISING. Tim. '.283,5 $7 $8810 520 130 . 3 5 6 10 1' 15 25 40 ..4 7I8 12 14 20 83 48 i liouth .5 8 10 14 16 25 38 55 I0 7 12 18 24 35 60 75 .9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 S........ 11 1 5 35 50 75 o100 16 .. 16 125 40 55 70 90 140 250 Relnlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Tr..Sie't advertising payable in advance. pel Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. &rr 0dvertisements. 1~>al advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; l cts per line for each succeeding insertion; li~ne untcd in Nonpariel measure. jb Work payable on delivery. r a ) y'ESIONAL. CARUD5 A' T0RNk:YS3 1', bnksas. W. F. CULLEN, EANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, iFNA * A MONTANA. W. H. MHNDENHALL, Lanid anldl Mining; Lawyer p 3 $.IAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. rTX)P TO At.L MATTERS RELATING TO LAND AND MINING CLAIMS. F,,tIccs-Judtze O. B. O'Baunon and lIon. W w Di oni. lker Lodge, M. T. 459-1y. I'lls'.. Mans arnd Surg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 March 1879

;AXUs R. KILKdi, s W]LIUER. -The new Qoestltution of California for ever prohibits the Chinse from yoting In that State. --Excanegeof latleave had a good deal to may about Oliver-Cameron. Who is Oli ver Cameron, saywaf ? -The Internat(ouaa Review for March contains an article by Ohief Juscace Wade, of Rontana, urging self government for the Territories. -The eleventh volume of the daily In dependent was commenced March 22d, and the publishers announce a steadily increas ing trenulatll and advetistmn-astronsge. Success, and may you long be able to make like announcements. -The New Yoik Telegram calls for the publication of the full report of the military4 commission appointed to examine Fits-John Porter's came. It says enough has leaked out to warrant the suspicion that it imputes grave faults to Pope and McDowell, even if it does not exculpate Porter. -The New York Herald of March 14th devotes an entire page-six columns-to giving a description of the marriage of Prince Arthur of Eng...

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. — 28 March 1879

FirECBYTI~tt ..-SCT iCrs ev.ery Sunday morning at trh at 1 a. tn eveno 730 p. M Rev J te otficiat . m aye T r Thdat cvernlti at 7.20. u.-Sdec every Sunday. First Mass at ceoka.m:scnd Mass a 10% a. m. Catechism ""n~rthedleetonof the Sisters of Charity at 2% n .~l ,aVerpereat 7 o~ tc(kp.M. Er~ ri-ud y-cttoot every Sundady at 2 P.M. Hotel Arrivals. McDfURgFT HOUSE. T'liureday, Mal .i Rat tOM lph City II ti EdsI Butte "isy Coie-a Philipsburg 111 iAceal N-r Connolly Pioneer W M toar CE HumphrCys Batte C Aro 11 11ll ax Myers U i Ion n :r"h'oodt Fit nay, Marth 23.. Sam virginia cit Charles orns ea os ' Ro acay, Marni City p Iu ,'"te E Itunu Nra Chtcago S Ritddle City A lpi tioheer -ohn Marchion .'I'1' City M W'Aceutey PioneerBut rII IAcheal ttttte I ~ ~ ~ l Mfl: 1m Jack Unte- Joffrey Lavrtt SS" 'i0 trtt " .I A Crali E T Owens i - Seetland Mi-s Norma Kinna Ielena Starch 22. uarm C Doggins trI inr'r ttofle'n Strs. 1t' Kemper 1 1 , Jn E.1 Stanltey Whritehall " Chas Clark St Louis M .1" l~it: ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 March 1879

Tth origin or amate. In the exposition of his theory of the development of the solar system, Kant sup poses the comets to be formed from the matter of the condensing solar nebula. By him they were regarded as planets, which, in some way, had been thrown out of their anrsraly circular orbits. Laplace, on the ewr hand, in his expositlon of the nebular hypothesis, took the ground that comets were formed from the matter which is scattered through the stellar spaces, and that in their origin they have no relation with the solar nebula. Have we, in the ac cumulation of facts since the days of Kant and Laplace,learned anythingat may help us to decide between these theories? Such is the inquiry proposed by Prof. H. A. Newton, who in a recent number of the American Journal of Bcience and Arts, considers : First, what peculiarities each of them requires in the shape and distribu tion of the cometlo orbits; and, second, compares with the theories of the facts that have been observed with regar...

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. — 4 April 1879

~ebe ~nu Gortb:Wept DEER LODGE, MOITANA. RATES OF ADPIV TISINO. 10 12 15 2 40 I Mlonth ................ 7 10 112 18 24 35 60 75 9, 2.1'l 22 30 50 70 100 S.... 1 25 3 50 75 100 160 1 Year.................. 16 2 40 5 70 90 140 20 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Tu.c:ient advertising payable in advance. Stecial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ear Iadvertiements. Local advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion ; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion liles counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. l' It()Fi.P.81ONAL CARDS ATT0ItNI..S N' F. Ir, R. - W. F. CULLUn, .ANDL)EIS R& CTTLLEN, ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW, LENA, . A MONTANA. W. . MENDHBAHLL, l.ud and Mining I awyer ],,,,I1 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNER 7TH & E STitEETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTD.r TO O.ALL fMATTEne RELATING TO LND AD MINING (LAIMS. iRf,ernces --Judge O. B. O'Baunon and Hon. W W. Dix.n, Dhr Lodge, M. T. 459-1y. I h y. olans and Surgeons. A. H. MITCHILL, M. D., IPhyesllan and ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 April 1879

ILLS 33B08., PUBLISEES. Daun LoDon, April 1, 1879. The undersigned have this day associated as equal partners in the publication of the NEw NORTH-WEST, and the general print ing business incident thereto, under the firm name of Mills B.lthers. Thateffort which has been made in the past to render it deserving of respect and support will be continued in the future, and, if as freely accorded, we will be content. JAMES H. MILLS, JOHN S. MILLS. -Frank Parker, editor of the Wallsa Walla Statesman, compliments us over some one else's shoulder. Just as much obliged, etc. -It is proposed to seat as a member of the House of Representatives a man re ceiving 250 votes at the bogus election held in Iowa. The usual number of votes cast in the district is 30,000. Iowa is largely Republican, and this is even worse than the Colorado case. -The assertion made in this paper some weeks since, that the Butte City charter election was to be somewhat exclusive, is sustained by the interpretation given th...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 April 1879

RELIGIOUS. PRESBYTERIAN. Services every Sunday morning at he Presbyterian Chnrch, at 11 a m . morning at th ev. R Ruell, cfficiat evening. 7.30 P. in . ev. J Sunday Scheol in the sane place at 2 P. o.a Pray unayetisg e.rty Wednesday even og at Prayer rceteng 7.30. CATiO:.I ocSe.rvices everY Sunday. First Mi,.. 8t 8 u'cuc a. n:.: Second Mass at 10'. a. a,, Cate8s:n under t`the directien of the Sisters of Char:ty at 2.' o'clock p m. Vespers at 7 o 'loCI k p 7. II. EPISCOPAL. Sur.day School every Sunday at 2 p.I. . Hotel Arrivals. MdB URNE ) 110 USE. Tih:-i.avi, Marchi 27th-. J1 B 'rSo Blackfooot JI Murphy MMcClhlln Gtlch A UOt°n do S11 Morn 0t0 .ici an Earl E Warrcn Bu te (F V. 1 lno A. SStevenm I Valey Mi W Buarid Dividc W 1 Black Salt Lake SMi I lt ('ity Ile lry (rant California I H1 IiIlotn 2 (E W Orth Hlelena Frda, i rank Donalduon do , 1'nat h MiT-ion Monday. March 31st. r Esh'Iiu Fi.tld N Chicago ddo I)ivid Rec-d Pairtowti 1 ,W llsy BatN I):uinan'der Warm Spigo i' l(Ir i 11 do ,...

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

BLAE 1M35 IAliZLLU. A GOOD PLACE TO STAY AWAY FBOM-BrIN AND STARVATION. From the Ind'rapola News. A I s reporter met Mahlon B. Draper, an old Indianapolls boy, who ha been re siding at Whiteland, this State, for several moeths, had who, a ~ort time ago, was seiled with the gold fever, and went to Leadville, Colorado. " Back already ?" inquired the reporter. "Well, yes; I know when I've got enough. I was only in Leadville for one week, arriving there on the 16th of Febru ary and leaving on the 28d." Mr. Draper is a young man of about 32 years of age, full of pluck and determina tion and one would think not easily dis conraged. " What did you come back so soon for from that place of surprising prosperity, where pay-dirt is so rich. even in the street, that a moderate sized mule is reported to exalt $10 m gold and silver every time he raises a hoof ?" "I'll tell you. I went there with a view of locating, but soon saw there was no show. Merchandizing was what I intend ed, groceries and ...

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. — 11 April 1879

jf1;e iw yorthbJsegtt DEER LODGP, NOiUTAX" RATES OF ADV~sTImIN0" , .........7.-. 'a i1 1$5 8 $10 520 $30 S5ime 6 1 12 15 25 40 i . · . 8 12 14 1 20 s 48 1 nth ................! 7 10 12 18s 24 25 60 75 2 . ......... , 12. 1 22 80 50 70 100 6 .. 11 15 25 [o50 75 100 160 f "ear.. ... 182 4055 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. TransnJllt advertising payable in advance. $pceaia Notices a.re 00 per cent. more than reg ular advertisementf laal advertising. I5 cents for the it Inrtion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding Tuertion; lines counted in Nonpaidel meaure lob Work payable on delivery. PROFESUIONAL CA RD ATTON.NE i Y. F. SANDEM. W. F. CoLLIN, SANDERIS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ELE * ... . MONTANA. W. K. MIHEINHALL, Land and Mining I t'wyer Root 3 MAY BUILDING, CORNitR 7TH & E ,STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. ATTrrND TO ALL MATTE~ZR RELATING TO LAND AND MNxINo CLAIMe. Ieferences-Judge 0. B. O'Baunon and Hon. W W. Dixon. Deer Lodge, X. T. 459-1y. Plhy...

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. — 11 April 1879

KILLS 308., PU3LISr3S. -Patterning after Mark Twain, Bogert has been giving Bogert a pretty hvely shaking upin the oolumna of the Courier. Vesuvius, we charge thee fling away those nom de plumes. By that sin fell the critic of the Edinburg Review. -Twenty full cars of passengers includ ing nine of immigrants, passed through Omaha last Friday, and this number is not greatly in excess of the general average. A large majority of the persons coming West are bound for Colorado and the Territories. -The fact that the German mission was offered to Whitelaw Reid, editor of the New York Tribune, last December, has been a well-kept official secret. It is now first made known by the publication of the official correspondence, which has hereto fore been treated as confidential. -Societies are formed.in the large cities that have regular days of parade and march under a foreign flag. Of such of these as con be called military organizations, the Argonaut truthfully says "that any mil tary organiz...

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