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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 5 August 1871

EE R - E . YOLUME 3, NO. 5. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, . SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. 1871. WHOLE NUMBER I * OEER LODOE, MONTANA. Os CU'T Osi Tusa, ..........................8 0 Oias Coet Sm Mouwis....................0 50 ADVERTISING RATEU-Qrartely as Due. S ...... . 1.5.6. 8.. 8.. .11. .17. 5o47 SM a ..... . 8. . 8. .10. .1..10. .18. 111 S " ...... . 8. .10. .1!. .18..6. .0.' It; a $ N ...... . 7. .11. .18. 5.. . .40.. 0 1 s S " ...... . 6. .11. 0..0.4 .80..0. .. 0 140 I Tw... .10 .l..10. .7.5.0..7. 1 !S! A Card Is live Lines" a lquar.Ten Lae, of lebs type. Lcal BDausnlees Ndomes 8 ent per Itae we Oorweupoedes osbahort mad rswqy, sdeolled ma sashap. Wriltl's nme met aooomprey esch lettrt guarantee !aith. wermleshr to rse same or In preferred Pros Tue.dare Daily. PRO FEaSMIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS JAmMe H. DROWN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COUNT ROUSE SQUARE, Seer LOdge city, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orrms as vus WUWnAvcO Butu.unse, /ELENA,. . . . . . MONTANA. A. L MATUsw. Love McuaraT ...

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. — 5 August 1871

JAS. U. KILLS,". " -EITQ3IAD PU3LIS~uE /ý 4~ Z "ubrownmos~ Ain: ý,. Owu TEAR. "....... ....3.uybG DU.AU~n IN VARIAB .Y IN ADVANCL.. REPLIBLIAN" .TICKET. !Lt Deco WI. Vasgnm, "".. hlr4.~ sah Clagett, .1 N. I MAXET" .' DE týQpfI + £CQ UNT1:. WUSýLIT IIý1;JQNUSS. & ."* .A.F i.*OS .".".. "I *-'ir. M. S3ON. , W)LALLISON. .."t, Madim Cmnty fl.pjIA*cu - ikt hrt Distric Attorny, B. N. BLAKE." x. a3. DAVUN . Aýppolompenu.ugu. . H... WI.u ChyastihbIsa uemI w for Dd. *ose in Campus, sad thb aeldtiehratiout and cpu. Npaipstge, 0aL. f. i:Ch.,*b, wIN a *tbow l.1. She TaiuIwn r~d,,adsee the ep~eg Sh tulowbag Maid U-sau.d *6a10; Estee..... h*idy. " ....Avg. a... easIa B3PUW12CL3 £ATVBER OF NONNA Cý.aaalq9. saqwetesy M t ,"u a.os That f be. Admiutlatrade at Prelateg areas. for ft: *tlrt4o huuwas pg(~e it. pen pessrveslatn a w henational usd15: faith sove toeward. fswag. powI.. of tand against he 3ris hI 7 ialr edof war, Shea Ifs to~ Irhlsa eand She aaeeta am pus he~ee Seme aaMa eelllb mn @o am e...

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. — 5 August 1871

,ie ýew parth.-West, SATURDAY MOIWNG, AUG. 5. Arrival mud De1artuare of Nail at the Meer Ldpg Peat O~ee. -o - COSINNS. Hansa AnD Wuarsen: Ass- Sdaltynaste dya at ........ ......a p. U Depers- ....... .... sa 3LACKFOOT. sauwsa. ViAswsas AnD a.tuars Pant or MuOraMA Arrive-Dagl at ............ fil p*. Dlepafl-Dally, at ... ........ . . in MISuOULA AND CEDAR CiRBICK. Goin Cases, NRaaToww. Pi'Useu.II5, en33r??.. RaUN, Caas.s Carr. src. Arrive-Uoadays. Wednesdays and Frtlavs at N p. m. Depart. .Tuc days, Thiarudays and i4ataudays ti a m. Iasuves uow, Burrs £sa. Isau MuwvlAaw ('aty. Arive.. Every alteruate day at........ .. p. as. Depots- .. ** " ................ti s. m. ý ItRA Lift Passes uGLCH. A sandI itwlowper wevk A Al mai will close the si ht previons to their departure at 10 p. -. 3. B. STACEPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. DWb1ep Tuttle's Aspplitments. Bishop D. S. Tuttle has made the following appoint ments fur Meautaiaa: August Nth. lth Sunday after Trinity, Helnes. August 7th. or 16th. M...

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. — 5 August 1871

Selegpaphiic. Reported for the"NUw Morth-West," AT W. It. TELOanAPII co.-s. A. WILLST, OPRATO?. Terrible Cagnaity at New York. New York. 80.-The tted Isl land ferry boat West field, crowded with p .seenzers. exploded a boiler at 2:11 to-day. in the slip at White HalL The concus sion was terriie, 's1htteirnu the forward part the boat snd killimu and sealdintg a er-eat number o pro sle. The bu'ricane deck was carried overboard. A large number of persons fuli in the water and drowned. The entire numsisber lest is supposed to be 150. Men were struck dumb at their loss of aives and little ones. Womnts-i were distrae-td. hsavine lost husband and childresn, while little hilkdren were crying for thel parents who were lost. The front of the holter wet saddenly blown out. lod~rlnu In tVie how, thirty few' distant. The forward ptrt st the iont, upper cable and all, was instantly si str.-r"s- and split into's thai, and pieres. As an sys uta!res5 expressed it, the for warn part of the bs, at wen...

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. — 12 August 1871

TH E NEW NORTH-WEST. VOLUME 3, NO. 6. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST_12, 1871. WHOLE NUMER l[O0 DEER LODGE, MONTANA. Ots CopY One YeAR. .................... ....g8 O Oxs Cory Sax Mosus .................... ....$5 r ADVERITTINI\ RATES-Quarterly ao Due. _i I ... g .K 1Timr ...... . t 8.3 $5. . . N. ui 6 i..11 9 .....- . p . . p. 40 n.. . 5 I < a. r" 4 i I. 4i '..lJ.1 ..14. .17. b" 17 I MOnth ..... . N. . .10. . . . 3. s 5: 1 '" I.. . t. .lO.l it.l.t M. .Y5. . t. 451 Ile 8 " ..... . l7. .1 . .IN. W .. . . ...41. $1i ill " . . ...... . .IN, .I. . . 50. . .. ,vL tw ISO 1 Year 1...... .1 .* . 40.1 .l. . l. .7 1. '1, *'r, A Card In Vlve Iines: a Sql.lreTen llanes. of thi. type. Local Dutintlo Notices V cents per line. 1D Correspondence, short and newly. solicited from each camp. Wriltae' I n.one Imusaut .c.impainy encli letter, to galtrantllltee nlo faith. Pernllaiaus to use *ramu or nitialll preferred. From Tuesday's Dally. PIIO I'IJIM(SoINAO CL.t tL) 4. AT"'ORINEYVU .JA.. ...

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. — 12 August 1871

pew_ _ot____t. JAB. 11. MILLS, - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. IWIUMO EVERY SATURDAY AT TUB FOLLOWIGO RATES: Os Tn ............... .........EtaTr DOLLAR Aix Moinn ........................... F. DOLLARS T~ s s MONTHr. ................. .T. tnase I)DLLAMU INVAIRIABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday AMoraIg, August 12, 1871. TIE ELE 'CTION. The Victory : Its Causes and Results. Wm. II Clagett. a Republican in the high est sense of the word, has been elected Delc egate to Congress to succeed James M. Car anaugh, Democrat. Two years ago the lat ter was elected by 2,000 majority: this year the former is elected by 000 to 800 majority. There is no wonderful political revolution like this without great underlying causes: no event like this without its lesson. Amid the shouts and exultations of victory, in the hour of our glorious triumph after years of hard defeat, it is well to review the causes and consider the results of the victory That there is a majority of citizens in the Territory who have heretof...

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. — 12 August 1871

cw ý' o tth týýt. Saturday Morning, August 1'2, 1871. Arrivar l aud artnre or o lf its at the Deer Lodge rout 01ee. CORIU4NI. £AaTAL i ai*N WnrguxB : Arrive-Every alternate day at........ .......9 p. m Depart- "' " ........... $ a. m D!,AeKFOOºT. IILKiA. VIRGWINA AWN EHAreTs: rAST or MºiKAtsA Arrive-Daally at ................... ..... .... p. In. Uupart--l).lty at .......... .............. ...ti i ?4IS$O(LA ANDI) CEDAIL CltlItK. GoLD Cui4K, BCAUTOWN. i'iti.irsatiu , Kat?-TTP Stint, Canl. Cirr. are. Arrive -Moaniavp, Wodouiitya and Fridat' at P p. m. Ieiatrt- .Tuidityu, Thilr.4teya and tHatiirdniy. a a in. nrLVIr iSus, UT'rTS AI RID MOUNTAIN tITT. Arriv.. Eviyalttrniatt dAy at........ tp, in. Ipa'rt- .. ................3 aw. (SmutAt .Aii Fnz'v'n GUWILc Arrlv and DJ..juart twice i. r wcek. 5WAAi nmal will cloue tie iaijght pirevious to their irrtcurcL at 4U p..u. E. S. S+TA(cKPOL.E, 1'. iM. L(OC(AL N \VWS. Ilishop Tuttlle' .tApintnentis. Bnli.lp D1. s Tuttle ha: nxale the followinlg a...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 12 August 1871

Stitprapkic. Reported for the"N ew lorth-West," IT W. C. Tr..LIAPIr CO-s. A. WitLL.C, orsA105. liscellatt oas. Raleigh, N. C., 4. -Returns from Wade, hlltifx and Mseckliburg counties show a Republican gain of 1,l0f1 over the vote of last August. though all tive major ities arainst the Convention. Rockingham county gives 9e majority for the Convention; the Republicam gain is 85. New Hansover county shows a larct Re publican gain, and also Anson and Warren cousaties small Conservative gains. Columbus county votes for Constitution; small majority. London. --The steamer Spain, on a trial trip, east ly attained a speed of 143( knots an hour N. T.. 4.-The funeral of Phoebe Cary occurred at Rev. Doctor Bellow's Church this p. m. Funeral ser. vices conduced by Rev. A. G. Laurie. of Erie, Pa.. and Bernard Pcters, of W iflamsburg. Ilorace Greely. Oliver Johnson and O. J. Victor were among the pail. bearers. The remains were interred in Greetnwood The hfe to-dtyA announces o11 trltitworthy awa...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 19 August 1871

THE E NE NORTH-WEST VOLUMEF 3, NO. 7. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, iATURDAY, AUtGUST 19, 17.WlL UBR11 Sh go 3r e th- W ct, DEER LODOK, MONTANA. Osts Corr ONs Ysua, ......................... $800 Owts CoPT SIX MoNTK........................p $Of ADVIRJTIMING RATES-Quarterly as Duo. .. ! I of1_.' . lITime ....... $2 S. I $3.1 $&t ý 7.1 $8. $10. $ $*. $51 ! ** ..... . 3. i. 5I.. 6. . If. .it. . 15. 5, 40 ! "ý ... I. 4. ý. 6..8 .t 1. .17.ý 30 41 1 Month ..... . . . :8..10..14. .30. . 1s. s01 54 ! * ..... I. a .ts.1 . .1 .l. 8 .i95 .30. 4l, 65 ," .~I4V12. :18. .INJ25. 4.30. Of 10 . . . ,. . 9 .18. .30. .40.!.llO. .fl4. 814 140 I Year t o .3e. .40. .w ;. .6,6. . 75. 1211 25 A Card h Vive Lines: a Square Ten Lines, of this type. Local Business Notices 25 cents per line. 5W Correspondence, shurt and newsy. 'solicited from each camp. Writer's name must accompany each letter, to gasrantee good faith. Fermission to *se samse or loitials preferred. From Tuesday's Daily. JROfl'=I. 4'4IO' Ar0 CAA...

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. — 19 August 1871

JA2 II. NIL.S, . * . EDITOB AND PVBLWI3eR. F.t. ' *MD( £V RET SATURDiAY m sss s a sy......::.: ý..1rum anl *. .. s .. .....tnwsa ital.rss Tsans Moneu........ ............Tans Daduss £%AMAat.- lN.ADVAttg. P - Sataruay M uing, Anguit 19. 1871. --Mr. ClayetU, Delegate elest. received some days %i* from Oeneral.MNyees, Re publi dpinidaIe for Oovirno of 91kb. ma invilation ta salsk in the canvas no* going on iiLl..Itt 8:atc. As thiue 'are mansy good reasons why - he hould *rept. and none why he al'shuJl rferw, Mr. Clasgest has signifedt hiis intention to give the Buck. eye Dhfyaa a few specchses between October Ist sAd' 1oth. as hoi Is in uta to Washing. ton. Although he made the oratorical fight in Montana almost alone, he is gmod for a tilt in the Ohio tournament-the field wlkere the political braves of both parties will set their lances deepest in the October cans paign. R& ky Mountain "sage .brusher" that be is, unheard of by nine tenths of the Ohio speakers until his election. 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. — 19 August 1871

Satoday Mu.ing, Ausui 19, 1871. Arri a. aid ales. rar -0 Uasvuuv a£a Waumm: r. ....... ....ta. BLAtWPOUP. Imasla. Viawas £an s VurSe PAM er Nswmaw A M........................ ....s u. Depa D al M.............................. MIMUOULA AND CEDAR CRE E. Gelsa Gases, Esesrows. Pmsausseas, amsuwe. S*mwss Osus Own , me. " sese Casu stemaus avm. bý..vumýw ,Usw am Uam Uuuvswaa ev. AerM'- 3arsy qd aatsdat...........0.p a. Depait-.. ** ................Sam. ýfýý.Gsiua £3m reams Gvm s:mwib doss e vass. 3 5. WTACZEIL.a P. W. LOOAL NEWS. Dishap Tutle's AmpeIutumens. saoas au . Tae. has aid the swlls an"s messn for in Mese: Augast s th, Ub M elay aer Trift7. Kisasd. Aue Willow Creek. A SteveasvtUle. Augues 36 wi d ater Truatt , BDamme. ,~ TE UPSLAN OUMMUNWA @7 U. 5. UTAaKPOLt. V. r. U. w 1'. KE ..S a smtar i T. sakox.sensesrr. L 0.B. F. rp1 3O3ULAU COMMNNIWATIOWS Or COT. wood Wals No. 3 1. 0. t, P. will b l hu .w erg wedusdey *min* at lb. MassuisHBa1,M Zool .'desk. Uoweralag ms Isp" ai e eSMiUll ...

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. — 19 August 1871

8atarday sr IruE Algst 19, 1871. The White Pine News of July 20th says: "There does not iiem to be much conS donce n FeFaapiso.a 4} .White Plu. stocks' -authei -'ii Our Aplton it would be far more conducive to the welfare of the district if iheisp were lets-for in that case loadtmainuanwflw d by San lFranclson stocJKdmqganlct.s wuub1g Yefdi into the hands *F4i6.tbh c' 'pavicp, whoi work mines I. I ly fUr wI. at it rn thels; asot on any bhtlfiays uapratiums." Tie News should rem heratsa*Me one dates of children have a, terrible four of the fire. Thm htllion abipatent for the last week Spiqa thoWhite Piardisict was $4278 43 * thlrit g4tt not to b8 a singie minsti Idle ht Ruilrood Mining District, Nevatda. The i'lacervalle Hlerald, July 20th, says: "We saw anmncupecisaswna of ore taken front a ledge owned toy J. It Nivkeraon, located just across iit.ar rivcr, about eight miles from hose, this week, that was nearly all a. alaes nad we shluld say contijned nearly all kinds of mineral. Th...

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. — 26 August 1871

TH E NEW. NETH-ET._ VOLUME 3, NO.8. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 18 ýkc getw 3esth-alt tt, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. O. 'OT One Y e, ......................... $. 00 One Core Six MowTs........................=p O ADVERTISING RATED-Quarterly as Duo. I ~~.17 p.I 47.ya a "' ... . 4. . .. 8. 1 -14. . 7. , )10 t7 I Month ..... . .. 8..10..1..16. .18. 8.3 55 ** . . 6..10. . . '. .80. 45 65 a " ... .T.1.4. .18. 4 a t. . 40. 60 90 d "' 6... . 1. .l * .a. .0.I.o. .el. W1 110 1 Year .. . 4.0..40. i .M. . . . 7. 14u 4;5 A Card iS Five Lines: a SqnareTen Lines, of this type. Lucal Business Notices 15 cents per line. w? C(orrespondence, short and newsy, solicited from each camp. Writer's name must accompany eaih letter, to guarantee good faith. Fermiasion to use name or initials preferred. From Tuesday's Daily. PROF'I"1f4I'ONAL CAFID'. AT 14)ItNk Y1E JAMIS II. IROOWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Deer Lodge City, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orracs iN Tue WHITL...

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. — 26 August 1871

JAS. IL MILLS, . . EDITOR ANED PUSLIMEIR ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT TUB VOLWOWU'O 3A~ru: Ou Yuaa . Euiuvr Dou..tua 33: Mottus ............ Vsvu DoLL.An. Vuauu Moyt"..... .. ..... Teua Duu.&Aa INVAkIABLY IN ADVANCR. Saturday Momrnin, August 26, 1871. TILE 1TA Ti'IO.Y ON THlE F'JIWN TI Eft. The accounts of the recent ravages of the I Indians below Benton and into her Gealltin valley having been tel."graplhed in the press dispatcles. we notice a number of journals have received the impression that the Mein lana border is red with war. and the In dians all on the war path. While tihe situ atotn is not satisfactory. and serious tlrom bles are imminent. the fGets of the case do not seem understood. Having always pro sounced the"reservation policy"of placing. pacifying and civilizing the Indians an imlt practical theory, and ye t holoing the same views, we are still not unwilling to con* cede any good results we see In it, and would cheerfully concede our error if peace for a term of yea...

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. — 26 August 1871

gew porth-W4test. Saturday Mornlg, August 26, 1871. Arrivral ad artare of Malls atthe Deer f--0 - -0 CORINNE. Esearw £ND Wveuax: Ayvi--.'W afteruate day at........ ........p 9ff Depart- ..... ...lam BLACKFOOT. Ess.siA. VGrNeA& AND EBAuen PAW? or MoTsAtA Arrive-DaIly at ............................. . Depmst-D Daly at................8a. MISSOULA AND CEDAR CRERK. GOLD Cassu, SmaS'owu. IPuzuvemuae, EIauue. 5s0n, CASLs CIrr, s1. Avrrle.-Moudayu, Wedueutays and Friday, at d p. m. Depart- -Tuaadayn , Thur'dayu and iaturdlaya S a m. MILv= ,ow, HUTrs ANRI Mau NoNTMAN (aT. Arrive- Eve'ry atternate day at........ .. p. ma. Depart,. ....... a.m. GOasAn Anti Feaunwc Guwu. Arrive and Depart taioe pe.r week. Al ma a will cdues the ulght previcae to their petume at 10 p. aP. E 3 3. TACKPOLL. P. N. LOCAL NEWS. Religious Servioes. Relgions KR'vices will be held at the Catholic Der Lodge, on eouslay ttowmorfww) mornalg. .30 o cock. Ute,. i. Dettyckeae odtltcataag. 1S As4O NItE. TRIL REIITLAR COMM...

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. — 26 August 1871

Another Railroad Aeress the (emtuUet. The St. Louis Dcmocrat. of a recent date, isys: A party of excoesionists, headed by ('hief Engineer Bikkensadorfer. of the At. la:itlc and Pacifie Railroad. Twith proper ac coutremnnt# and paraphernalia. are about to enter and travel across the plains lying. be tween In:dinn Territory and the lower por lion of California, through whili that road will, in the course of time, noon stretch its tracks and dispntch its engines to the peace ful shores of the Pacific Coast. The otj-ct of the loney journey is to examine the line of the road, with a view of determbiing the engineerhibs features and diifikulties to hii surmountel. anrd making the prouewr prvp - rations to grapple with them in laying omt the road, whinh with others is gradunlty gtappling and binding in its iron grasp tih. immense country to the west of 6a5. Th. party. dleseending along the line of the At hiitic and Pacific mad, will start froa its termninus, and crosaintg the Arkansas Rive...

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. — 2 September 1871

TH E NEW NORTH EST. VOLUME 3, NO.9. DEER LODGE •ITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SPTEMBER, 2 R 1871.WO NUMBER, 1 3. A~E mu nmuuu.mm m nmuumumm lumm n mummm "'.. ,6Z ~ ,UME il , Set pew porth-Wtst, DEER LODGO, MONTANA. OXn CorV Oxw YuaS, ........................8 00 Oxn Cory SIx MoNTu N ........................8 .lO ADVERTISINO RATES-Quarterly i Dee. ITime ...IPt. PP P S *1;P S" ....... . . 1. R. . .15. B f40 :8 ..... . 4 . . 8.. .lt .14.1 7. S1 1'7 SMenth ..... . . .10. .t. I .10..I 18. 8 im ! " ..... . '.l. S. . .1. . .l0. 451 S"' ......t e E.l'. ... ..S. .40. n WI 1 Year ....... S 4..0. 5. M. .75. W7 S115 ACard is Pive Lines: a SqnureTen ines, of this type. Local Business Notice.s 5 cents per line. (r Correspondence, short and newsy. solicited from each camp. Writer's name must accompayaeacb letter, to fKearMantee good faith. Permiselun to use name or initlals preferred. From Tuesday's Daily. PIOt()F' w1`IWONAL CASLlD'S. AT l'OAL 1NYlsI JAlblSB II. BROWN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT ROUSE SQ...

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. — 2 September 1871

I R1l. & MILLS, . .-' DoR AND PUB3LSRIM OISSUO EVERY SATURDAY On Tats .......................... arest Dina a eao i..................... Tuasm l -mai .. IRVARIIABLT IN ADVANC.. -Open ballots are voted in Kentucky. --unset Cox is stumping Caltfornia for Rai;h and love. Moaselgneut Gulbert, the now Archbishop of Pris, will be the fifth wbo has be en - throned in the Cathedral of Notre Dame In the ener of three years. -O icial statistics Just completed show that for the iscal year ending June80. 1870. the value of wheat and wheat flour export ed fron the United States was $07.49.800. of which $9,58,,h8 was from the Pacilr Coast. . -The incarease of population la the Un! ted Statet for ten years between 1860 and 1870, hee been 7,004,188. In great Bntain. Sdaring the ame period, the increase was * I.8t7,SAB-showinl a difference in favor of the United States of 4.46,18. ' ra. Thoma PFitch. in an article on "The Mahomet of the West" ip the Sep tember O.rf.rad lays down the pruposition ...

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. — 2 September 1871

rew orth-k4est Saturday Morning, Sept. 2, 1871. Arrival and .eparture of Malls at the Deet Lotdge Post 01ece. -0 CORINNE. LAsvuxw AND WSarTnx: lrve--Everalterna day at..........p. a pa t- · ·............ S* a. BLACKFOOT. IusaNA., Vmaelxk AnD ErAStmv r*PA oP MoxAxtW A yatve-DIlat ....... ...... : , p. i. MISSOULA AND CEDAR CREEK. OeNa Cai., RsAmeOww. Puz.sueuao, Easirr.. msea, CAL.s Core, 3fo. Arrv-oeday., Wednesdays and Frirdays at p. i. • n-.Tmsea, Thursdays and Saturdays b a. Irvms BOW, BUTvT AND RED Mouxi&ts Criy. Ar-Every alternate day at........ . p. -. aiepw. " .................. a OGaMax au Fwauwc Gvwca. Anrive and Depart twice per week, WAIl utIr will clue, the night previous to ther epsrture at 10 p mn. E. 8. STACKPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. Religlious Uervoio. Divine service will be hold at the Court House, Deer Lodge, Sunday, Sept. 3d, at II o'clock A. a. and 8 r. a., Rev. T. C. I.rr ociating. Sabbatth School at the asual her. M A. M()O tY. THE RBGULAR COMMUNICATIONS OF D...

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. — 2 September 1871

A blt r ouer-An Orehe tral Ezporleuer. A correspondent of the t. Loiso Repub. /esa tells this droll story: I was an orchestra once, for ten miuatea. and afforded great satisfaction. Let me tell you all about it. It was in Troy. samreycaw i ago. Mrs. Waller. the excelleunt trareudienne, wm playing that child of the ftismal Swamp. the *'Duchebs of Ifalfl," and a dark and desperate piece it s. After a ser es of awful iusasters, the unhappy Duchess very pro. pirly goes out of her head. She is confined in a mad house, and one act of the play transpires in this mnid lowse; and during the entire scene the grnans and cries of the demented are heard outside. To do this accompaniment in sih pe, the manager had the orchestra. all abtle-.odied Dutchmen, who were usually in the music room playing penny-ante when not -rung hi." at this mad juncture gathered in the green-room under the stage. A hole was bored in the ceilling above, and a siring at. tatchel to the prompter's desk was depended throu...

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