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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 September 1871

VOLUME 3, NO. 10 DEER LODGE CITY, ONTA TRDAY, SEPTEMBERS T VOLUME 3, NO. 10. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTAN.A _SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1i871. WHOLE NUMBER1U DIER LODOE, MONTANA. Own Corr Ors Tn as ............. ............. f O us CorY Siz MoNTTa ........................ 0 ADVERTISING RATEIS-unartetly as De. STtsso "#. =3. ii.(I 7. •,01t. P . a - ..... . 4. . .. . 1..1. 4..17. *I $7 I Mouth .... . .. 8..10.f.14. .10.1. . 3. 8 5 31 ' ..... . . .. .1. . s. .15. . 1. . O45 6 3 "' ...... . .112. . 18. .1.0. .40. 40 0 4 " ...... . o.1.18..0. 40 ..a. .11. 5' 140 STear ...... . t . . ..40. 5. .. .75. S11 ! A Card io Five Lines: a Sq areTen Lane of this type. Local Bolstess Notices 95 aents per uhe. €r Correspondenme, hort and newsy. solicited from ech camp. Writere nanme muOt oompany each letter. to glaate .ood t. Permusllon to ase name or initials pretemd. From Tuesday'. Daily. PROFEIPM4IONA L CAUISDI. AT I" 'O tNEY V JAMES II. nIROWN. ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT ROUSE SQUARE, Deer Loedge City, Mo...

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. — 9 September 1871

CAB. . MILLS, .- . EDITOR AND PUBLSHe -- SSU VER SATURODAY A? raw roVLLnWmIP5 as: 'Owh· .......r........ ..k eS, r DObLA aMoNmae ........................ laDojnia 'masu X ........or . ........ ....Tunaso-ass 4NVARIAILY IN ADVANOE. The Corinne Reporter of September 17th ays.tbo tide of travel toward Zion is'falling away with the rapid abatement of the min nlg furore. -The campaign in Pennsylvania thip year is motly 'carried on by campaign documents 'and petonal electioncering, and is denomi. mated a "still hunt." -Two weeks since we gave the estimated . majority of Mr. Clagett at 414. The official count shows it is 418. That Is "coming within one of it" any how. -The official vote of Montana in 1867 w - 900 (total vote 11,608). In 1809 the offiioal vote was 9,550. In 1871 it is 10,185. Deer Lodge county this year cast the largest vote--.415. -The Omaha iferakf, (Democratic,) comes out fiat-footed against the adoption of the new Constitution giving as thegerne ofFts lrgumeint that "th...

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. — 9 September 1871

Satarday Morning, Sept. 9, 1871. I rrvnl sas Departr*e of ealls atthe Deer Loig oRst Ofice. -0 - CORINNE. EAMshtsN AND WevrsTw: .rr-ve-rvery alternate day at ............... p. a ell *It- ......,,.. . a BLArKFOOT. tIIsLaA. VIROItNA AND EA*TraX PART OP MONTANA . ArsihV Deily at. .................. ... e, . to. Uepat--Palyr at.. ..... .................. i ., t. MISh)ULA AND CEDAR CREEK. GOLD Casgia, ReAnmrowv. PaIIILItrso, EJlVTrTr ataLU. CA,.&L IIr, Xr.. Arrive-Mo,,lav., Wednedays and Friday. at 8 p. m. Iart -Tu. da-yT , Thursdayi and Saturday. 5 a nm. tLVCn Bow, HrBUT AND RID MouTAr CITrrY. Arrive- Every alternate day at........ .. p. m. Demstt. ** * ."................. aI OGarAN AND FPascw Guwea. Arrive sad Depart twice per week, W"All merll will close the night previous to their epsanro as 10 p m. E. 8. STACKPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. Episcopal Services. Divine aervte will be held at the Court Hon-se. Deer ILod.e, at It a. m. and 7) p. m. bunday, . wp ashemr 10, Rev. Stoy. uofcia...

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. — 9 September 1871

! gaw rtth-ast. retter Life on Ikth Aertihern 'esedle. Bayard Taylor writes : After fifteen miles of aftlernoon het and dust we reached Oak Port, a temporary camp of gamblers and Anonymap. whose tents and shanties are only antchred there until they ascertain the precise poidnt where the Northern Pacific Rand will craes the ied River. Then tley intend to fonnd a town-a Farodolls or Kenopolls-and flour ist on vice until a sterner clvillation drives them away. Our drivers got their revolvers In readiness before reaching the place, and some of our party did the same. I had mone, and, rrgureover. I knew from experi ence that the class is not very dangeroaus. In fact, I had scarcely stepped within the circle of curious and suspicious countenan esa. than I was recognized by the keeper of a saloon. and received a present of ciglars. One of the hangers on of the plarec ihad his. ear fastened to has head with cesurt-plaster -probably the antagonist of the man whom we had been in )Macaulayvill...

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. — 16 September 1871

STHE NORTH-WEST VOLUME 3, NO. 11. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 .WHOLE NUMB Slt PtW lort.4tstkl.t I .atO Y . Now W'RE. I DEER LODGE, MONTANA. Oxs Cory ONz YEAR, ......................... 8 ,00 Oxa Copy Six MONTUs .................... .... 00 ADVERTISINO RATES-Quarterly as Due. ITime ....i.. . $ r. I . 10. 1.$. " ...... . . S. . b ..o .. .2 . 15. j 40 S " ...... . 4 6. . 4 .I.S 2..14. 17. 47 I Month ..... . 8. . .10, .14. .16.|.18. 8555 S" .. .. . a0. .1 I. .I..35 . .Al. 4 65 3 " ... . 7. .1,. .18. .2.'.a ..40. e0 80 " " ... i" t. .IN.i .i0.l .40. .50. . M. . i[ 140 1 1Year . 16.. .. i . . ..I b..4 . .65. .75. 190 91 A Card ia Five Lines: a Square Ten Lines, of this type. Local Business Notices 25 cents per line. 1W' Correspolndence, short and newsy, solicited from encl camp. Writer's name must accompanyesch ietter, to guarantee goodt faith. Permission to use name or initials preferred. From Tuesday's Daily. IR 1() 1," I: 4.IONAL CA RDe3. AT'I'O ItNl.ft JAMLES II. B...

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. — 16 September 1871

JAs. MIL LS, . EDITOR AND P'BLISIIEU. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT TIlE I'it z Ir., I IL TrL6s O nr YV AR ............. ........... EimR 'r Pr,ur.i r. Ras M oeT ' .................. .. t..gr D)ot.lL.Al, T aIIR Mo'rit.' ........ .........'. I ..IIE : ,)LL.AIL INVARHIAI.Y IN AUVJANCt. -H-lave you rT adc an:3thig prettier than " IoS,, Manundi ? " -M-uire Eglis':nvmn than Irl+ihmen came to the U',it.d St..ta s in 1870. - for a Illonllllllt'it t') tl e late (hen. It. E. L.'eC, are heing made in Vir ginin. --imnn. Wmn. II. Cla:ett, wife and child rent, left for the East this morning, per Gil mer & Sulishuiy's coach. Good Ilyo and God speed. -TI,, New York Printing C o-n:any re cived l$,701.;I. 7. fro.n Tain!unany fir twen ty eight liLitlth i p i;itin: . P'retty g.od patr',tur ,', that. --T'he l), ora;;'rts of ('canbria. ilhuting dutn, fle :,s. S Nrthlitlpton, anti, latect, Mlit.lOIImt rv. i olnlt., the Glt:rai's hom1ne, have decl:hred for Iltnlcvck for President in It72. ...Th. NTow Ytrk ...

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. — 16 September 1871

Saturday Morning, Sept. 16, 1871. Arrirva and Departure orf Ratls at thte Det LodgePI'ost Olfie. -() (OILINN1' PAa$TFn% liti WaiaTEn'( : Arrive-verry trltt'rr ite day at ...............9 pi. tr Daip t- .. ,. .( ........ . n tLA( r'(FOOT. 1rEriA. VlltINIA AtA) EA-Ttin:: PART ,r p rTiS Arria"'- Daily tit ................. ............ p. ni GOLD I'll 11,11"t'n i'!"lI:rl;, ;lln S Eflr ".'; · :T r Bl'·· ~~'~S ;rr ·rlt':. ('Anti-. ('17 V, 404' Art . " ........ .. . 1. iii. ·Aralva' iill Ii)it i g;y"All liati ail cla I ' thie Iuiaht pert lao!a. tti their eparture ait ii0 p. .o. E. S. TTC(OL I", P. i. LOCA..L.NI: E\VS-. RoIi.lois Servicos. DIla'c ke~viei,'t wilJ lar em1i at tL.' Court lIoutlt:', Da'er i.'t1t". iil I1 It. all. tild -6,, p. Ill. to ?uurro'.v, Rev. St'*-, ollli'bit a'. sl i ,i It .had . :i t. an. up oo lit'l" 4p Ykftr _ ._._ ,.pea.- ....ý. ýL 1. 0. (P. IF. ,~ Ti . it .l'l.A lt I U' 4aNt'.!('ATiON$ OF touI) *1.i ,atl!' No,. 2. A. O. F . }ftill h.' hlid "v icry that -'I' aa :ti...

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. — 16 September 1871

TrE ROIANCE OF IADRONO HOLLOW. BT BRET IARTL. Iion the Atlantic Monthly for September. The latch on the gate of the Folintbee ranch clicked twice. The gate itself wasso much in shadow that lovely night, that "'old man lolinsbee," sitting on his porc.h. could 4imtinguish nothing but a tail white hat, and beside it a few fluttering riblxmbo under the pines that nmarked the entrance. Whether because of this fact, or that he considered that a sulffieent time had elapsed since tile clicking of tihe latch for more positive dis closure I do not know ; but after a few mo ments' hesitation he quietly laid aside his pili* and walked down the winding p.th towar(ds the gate. At the Ceanuthus hedge lie stofpped and listened. There was not much to bear. The hat was saying to the ribbons that it was a fine night. and remarking generally upon the cl, an outline of tile Sierruas upon the blue. black sky. Tihe ribbons, it so appeamred. had admired this sill the way home. amd asked the hat if it had e...

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. — 23 September 1871

E TH E NEW NORTH-WEST. VOLUME 3, NO. 11. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SA D AY, SEPTEM.BER 2, 1871. WO NU E 1. DEER LOODE, MONTANA. OON CoCrr OxN YZrA .................... ....8 00 NOx Corr MIs Mo NnsT ......................... 5 ADVERTISING RATES-quarterly as Due. iTirme-.5.1. t S . l. 1 1 j. $1.'o:i- o I " 1 . i . 1 0 10.;.11..15.! 15 40 3 "' ...... : 4. 4 . . R. i..].1. .17. . 41 I Month ..... b. .8..10..14..1. .18. >1 5 1 " .... . 6. .l10..l1. 10.I.15 .80. 41 65 8 " . 7. .11. .I8 ..1.15 ...40. 8000 ,, ...... :. O. . 4..5.0. .40..10. .0. 80140 1 Year ......1.6 1 . I0.!.40 . .45. .75. 110 1S A Card is Fire Lines: a liquareTen Lines, of this type. Local Busine s Notice 15 cents per line. P ' Crrespondence, short and naewy, solicited from eac. camp. Writer'a name mo.at accompanyesch letter., to uarawitee good faith. Prmuisiosn to use nllaue or initials preferred. From Tue.sdy's Daily. P1ltOF I,' setIONAL CARD I . AT'a'OINiLYr I JA.M.M" II. BROWN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT DOUSE SQUAR...

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. — 23 September 1871

Iew portkh-West. JAS. U. MILL, ... - EDITOR AND PUBLISHBH . 1838UD EVERY SATURDAY AT TEE FOLLOWIWO RATES: Os YEA ... ...........Rsear D.ou.u 1Ix Mowtra........................P Fas DoTs ,ua Taua. M.oXfNs .... ............Tuaus DOLLARS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. -The Mont Cenis tunnel was formally opened for travel last Monday. -The Real and Personal property of New York State is returned by the assessors this year at $2,012.537,89i8. -The Arizona Miner demands that Pres ident Grant take down from over the Gates of that Telritory the legend, "Who enters hbore leaves hope behind." -The U. S. Senatorship is now the ques tion supreme in California. Cole and Sar gent are in the field and other aspirants ready to, shy their caps into the ring. -Major Jdlhn Owen, of Missoula, writes to onrrect an error in the NEw NoRTn WEST of the 9th~ inst. We stated the Stevens Treaty with the FlatheaAs was approved April 181h, 1854. He informs us it was made in July, 1855, and ratified in 1859 All right Maj...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 September 1871

W HEAT. 09 Pounde to the Bushel! 40 to 80 Bushels to the Acre, Iaumia g's Reeky lountala Spring Wheat. THIS WHEAT gtrows to mditum height; Is alky, and ripens two to toree weeks ea..her this any other variety. The rloadus are Ilx-Ilowed, AND HAVE 40 to 92 BERRIES TO THE HEAD. It Weighs 69 Pounds to the Bushels IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO N) BUSIHELS PER ACRE. HAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN To SMUT UNDiID .ANY CIRICUMSTANCES. 8HJOULD BI , VOWED IN .IoNVTANA FROM MAY FI'k'I T TENVTI. One Busad of heed per Acre is 8u&dent : bSould be own Thia. FOUR POUNIDS OP SEED WILL PRODUCE TEN BUSHELS OF WHEAT. I HAVE RAISED) TIIlS SEASON 300 BUSIIELS FUOM biX BUSUIELS OF SEED. This Wheat it believed to have been brought to my frmn by wild birds IU 1it7. FRom twelve head. found I have, rabil Iny treseut crop, and only a portion of the second and third crops wae tsown. It is orfered for waseh at 1. per pound. Ponr pounds. securely Itpacked. 1et UL any ontL-oa*G e oM the U" l., posta;e pie-paid, for $4.00. Addres...

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. — 23 September 1871

THE COIQN EbT OF AMRICA. A evsaulJq sTear. The following is supposed to have been written 1798 by M Adeler, who was a witness of the terriblescenes which occur ed at the time of which the story tells The English satire, "The Battle of Dorking " supplied the suggestion for this prophetic tale. We do not think any one willenoy tihe rlliculous humbuggery of the artile .ore than Mr. Greeley. It is a stfometire upon the usual style in which Mr. Greeley I criticised by his fellow editors: " You ask me to tell you, say children, of the events which immediately preceded the destruction of the once great American Un ion and the capture of the country by its IrWsent rulers, and to sy something also. of the ceuses which led to these deplorabe results. I undertake the task wilh heanuy heart, for whenever I revert to that terrible time I cannot help contrasting our proud condition up to Itht fatal year with the hb miliating position occupled now by the American people. The story is a short one. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 September 1871

E-E THE JI1W JRTHWEST VOLUME 3, NO. 13. DEER LODECIYMNT , 18.OLE NUBER 7 DEER LODGE, MONTANA. O ut Copy Owe Yr.An, ....... . ........a......8 Oxw ("owr Srx Monrna.t ............. ....... I ADVERIITINJ(I RATES.-cuarterly as Due. _IT _e ...... >r =It. «b. ; $ _7.* ' _._._le $s f S: ...... . 8.. . . .O . .t" . . s. ." . ... 3. 4. . ,.l. 1if .14.' .17. 1 aIt 4 SMonth .... .. . . .. .,4. . .18. 3 S S " . . fl. .1*. . it .ls .I5....u. 4.1 uS S , . . 7. .it.1I. . .I.. .s . .4.. IS ta 6 " . . i. .. ..l. .t 1 .Il. |J . ). ," 140 1 Year 0. ISl ~r,.' 40 . .11. . 715. 1925N A Card i. Pir' Linfe(: a Sq'areTTen Lines. of this type. Local Iu«ln,.w Noties A cents per line. -P Correlpondenee, short and neway. solicited from ench cxamtp. Wrlter's name mt ti ecompauty etach letter, to gurl.,rul te sto'old faith. Pernlli.riun to utp nam.s or fn ll Id pswhrserd. - From Tuewsdy'. D.ily. PIROFis41IONAL 4CA.I DS. AT I'OItNIEYV J4AMES II. DIIOWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURIT HOUSE SQUARE, Deer Lodge City,...

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. — 30 September 1871

JAS. IL MILLS, -.. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER* ISSUED EVER SATURDAY AT TPU rOLT'L Noi .ATre: ONs Y*as. .......... ....... Eturf LAst Slx Nowr' a..................... avsa IoLLAI. Tuasa Mourna .................T..Taus DuLLAJs INVARIABLY IN ADVANC.( -Read the telegrams in to-day's paperfor irseresting news. -It is estimated there are 70,000 cattle in Montana. -Rich gulch mines are said to have been found near Little Rock, Arkansas. -Henry Smith, besides owning Gold smith Maid, has other fine horses of the value of $250.000. -Eighty-three cases of smalllpox ap pearod.in Lowell, Mass., last week, with five do aths. -Dr. Shoue has been appolinted Commis sioner of Insane, vice E. W. English Esq., declined. The board met in Helena and qualified on Thursday. -The Imports at the part of New York last week footed up $8.509.200, being $1, 000,000 than for the corresponding week of last year. -Louis Joseph Papeleau. a leader of the Canadian insurrection of 1837. and for a long time prominent in Canad...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 September 1871

W HEAT. 09 Pounds to the Bushel 40 to 80 Bushels to the Acre, naslas's Rooky Neetal. Npriag Wheast. WH II WHIEAT grows to medium height: Is etalky, I and ripens two to tars wlt ks uslr. than .any other variety. The Iloade are MIlX-Itowod. HAVE 40 to 92 BEiRIES TO THE HEAD. It Weighs 69 Pounds to the Bushels IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO Nm BL811ELS PER ACRE HAS NEVER REEN KNOWN To SMUT UNDER ANY t'IItCUMbTANCES. 811lOCLD B solrEI IN .l .VT4(NA FROM MAY F1/II 7' /'0 Tk'.;T'H. One DBus.el ,Reed per Acre i Sufficient : .SkulI be 'enl T'hit. VaOFu POUNDS OFP AKF.D WILl PRODUCE TEN BUSIIELS OF WUIAT. I HAVE RAISEI) TIllS REASON S00 BUSHIEI. FRIOM bIX iUSHIELS OUF 8ED. This Whe.nt I t!ltevtvl to have be#n hmltght Iti my farm by mllel Iid- hi INxtV. Foaum twelve heLad. funld I have relild my arvceaml c up, anld only i portiuu oi the scuud and thhd cropy we at swn. It Is offered for title at $1. per pound. PFinr pounds alcurely pickDnl. stlil t * ay Il'tl-ouluie In the U* i.. poStage p.u-pild, for *...

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. — 30 September 1871

General Crook Photographed. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune gives this pen picture of Gen. Crook, the Indian fighter: "The fact is, Crook is nothing but an Indian any way. I mean that his mind. physiognomy and education is all Indian. Look at his face-the high cheek bones, the contour of the skull and his manners-sto lid, separate, adverse to talk. He is a per. feet Indian in endurance. He can take his gun and cross the desert, subsisting on the way, where you and I would starve. Per fectly self-reliant for any venture. delighted with lonely travel and personal hazard, carrying nothing but his arms, he will walk after a trail all day, and when night comes, no matter h1ow cold, he wraps hhnimself in an Indian blanket, humped up, Inldian fashion, and he pitches himselt into a heap of sage brush, there to be perfectly easy till morn lng. He will follow an antelope three days. He requires nothing to drink or smoke, and very little to eat. Abstemious, singular, utterly ignorant of...

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. — 7 October 1871

-it dUIfWs i o4~ h 1 "J1~ f 118.s .60, 41W @ th-Wst. "us . L....w.s Moe . A. gap~or 1as MY/.............. a i 4DVRWTIWIIO RAT s-4a.qrugr 4e Dee. * ....... . 4. . ..8..18.[.14..17., # 1 iMouth ..... 10. .14. . 1.. s. P * . .10. ..1S . ..S. .S. .80. 40 e " ... .1s... i.Z n.W . .40. 0a e ...... .,:s JA..W 40 .0M. of I l Yser .11... .1 16...40. M..6..6 . . 1!a 0' Cowe pomdsmsr *oes -d as º i Iosr. ebohmp. Wrltm e.'ns~ meitaoom~pmr7a P'ROFAiae.[ION9A%.L (A. tSD ATT'O7 ISTb.# V u JA1Me . H. DRoWN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT HOUsE SQUASR, we L.edg Oity, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT .A W. Oums ien Wvu&W&rTds 5uu.uee, HELENA,. . . . . MONTANA. w. s. Oaue3s, V. r.: su VLAGETT & DIXON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, OowttBmUqmllsu, 1-1y DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. W. J. MoUORaMICK, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, lollcetlone audbulosela n MtaoaIaC~nly tcdud lag Cedar CeaE., will receive his pcelar ase lo U. G. SYMES, wA. Assoclate Juastice] Attorney and Couasellor at Law, Will practice in all the Cour...

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. — 7 October 1871

gIw frt~ith-est. JAS. IL MILLS, " * . EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT THU FOLLOWING SATES: Offs TEAR ......................3mEvA Dou.Amm O& 5 s1 ........os ................F.Vr Dou..a5s 1uuoau orn. . ...........Titans Doui.A~s INVARIABLY IN ADVANOS. Saturday Moraig, Octtber 6th, 1871. -Now is the "Supreme Moment" for Utah. - The Prince of Wales has just been made a Knight Templar. -Butler is totally depraved. He never wants to bear Mass. again. -The St. Joe Herald has a department of " Divorces" under similar head sad Ia like style as " Married." -The (aRl gives the Alta a scathing for u" sing the new word vrsted." That's right; "busted" is the proper word. -The decrease in the National Debt In September was 18,488,6$8, coin. Oh, the infamy of Grant! -"The ship Mount Sinai has been burned at sea. Nodetails."-T.- vass. That's the second fire there. No insurance. -"Srptember was the hottest month of the season in California." says the dispatches. That accounts for t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 October 1871

WHEAT. 00 Pound, to the Beshel "o to 80 Buasefe t. toeo Acw, Inanis's Recky Moeutaln tiprieg Wheat. tWo5 WHEAT grows to medium el;ht 1 sateky. hand ripea two to torus weeks us. Per thaa .any other varieut. The feaed are Ern.-Rtowed, Alit, HAVE 40 to 9R BBHRIKS TO THE READ. It Weighs 69 Pounds to the Bushels IT YIELDS PROM 40 TO to BUSiELS PER ACRE HAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO S VT UNDER ANY V IRCUMWTANCES. *MOCLD BE SOWED IN MONTANA "aON NA Y*FIS 7' T To FEZ.'B. Oae BRAd vif pd per Acre is 8ug4.at : b/wuid be ,vie7'. T/to. POUR POUNDS OP SURD WILL PRODUCE TEN RUSHELS O WUMAT. I HAVE RAISED'I T'IS REAeON W$00 BUSUEIA. FIROM bIX BUSBELS OF SEED. This Wheat ii. telieved to have heop brought to am farm by wael ide. h In ithu. Flom twelve heads faud I have raln.Ad mny oreasue coup. and only a portion oi the .ectuud and taled crep. wie sown. It I. offred for sale at $1. per pound. Fourpeeuds securely packslt. aeant ' Gr*)ey 1u0.900i0 Isa the U" I.. pustai. p.o-paid, for $49.0. Addrmes C.lH. MA...

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 October 1871

sitt 4e 1*4 15-400 . The Chicago rimes has an indignant ar. tire, signed " El Mariposa," upon a poem published in England by Mr. J squln Mil. lkr. who is charged with miarepsesenting therein the "modest, earnest, redned sim. pilty" of the hero whose name stands at the head of this article, and substituting for him a 'renszi d and licentious rpffiaa," The following are some extracts from the prof test: Carson was a maon cleanly of mind, body, and speech, and by no manner of means a border ruffian. He had no gift of swearing. The only oath I ever heard him use, was that of William the conqueror, which I had once read to him out of a stray volume of " Tristram Skandy." On this occasion he drew a long slngle-barreled pistol (old Con stable's make), which Pratsont had given mae, and Ito Kit, for we had no "gold mounted Colt's true companions for years," In those simple-minded days; and with slow, deadly speech, which carried the sense of Imminent mischief in it. said to one who was In th...

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