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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 October 1871

WNORTH-. VOLUME 3, NO. 15. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1871. WHOLE NUMBER 119 Ssh Lver Borth - * tt, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. OWs Coarr Ola YEA. .................... ....8800 Oxn Cory Six Moays........................p5 00 ADVERTISING RATE--Quaitorly as Due. I Time ... .. I t. =tl.l j $7. 10. 5W SI " 3. 0. . .. .0 .1Y. .15. S5 4 S2 4. .6. t.. .12 .14. -17. S 7 1 Month ..... 5.. .. 10.'.14..18. . I 5. S "" ..... A. (.10.(.1 .'.14. .s. .RA . 451 A " ...... 7. .12. .1t. .25..st..40. 6 011 '"* ...... . 0. .AN. .si. 4.4 .5(1. .01. Rl14 I Year . .16 .25.!40. M. .85. .75. 1211 225 A Card I' Five Line.s: a Sq inre Ten Lanes, of this type. Local Busasine Notice's 25 a'nta per line. W Coorespondenee, short and newsy. solicited from eaclicamp. Writer a nnme minst tecompanyeach letter, to guarantee good faith. Perai'.sion to see esme or initials preferred. Prom Tuesdayr' D)aily. PI1OF 1 Ms4tI ONAL C A t 1)M. AT iOitNEVY1 JAMltE1 11. DROWN, ATTORNEY - AT-LAW, COURT ROUSE SQUARE, ...

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. — 14 October 1871

JAB. IL MILLS, * - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER* ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1s3 rjLoWaOe 5aa3: Ouus TXAkE....................lieU? DhAlasS Stn MowmS$ ........ .........VFiva Do LAus Tamais MoiTa"..................Tass Da.au INVARIIABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, October 14th, 1871. -1871 will ever be remembered for the extent and destructiveness of fire, -Tihe Idaho World says James Reynolds of the Buateaoss has gone east to obtaia the Governorship of Idaho. -Mr, A. J. Simmons, agent at Milk Riv er, left Relera for that place on Monday and will, circumstances indicate, perform soon some very important service in the Indian Department. -An article on the outside says the Masons will probably complete the Wash ington monument. The only excuse they can give for not doing so is that the monu ment " Ia not on the square." -Miss Charlotte Cushman, after an ab sence of ten years, has reappeared upon the New York stage. The Trrbase, fVm and Word speak raptmrainaly of ber 4t She Cushman of olden ...

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. — 14 October 1871

WHEAT. 60 Poundl to the Buashel 40 to 80 Bushela to the Acre, Nanmaig's Rocky Mountain Spring Wheat. TH"8 WHfEAT grows to medium b4ight; Istalky. and ripens two to tore. weoks u adier this so) other variet'. The heads are slix-IRowed, AND HAVE 40 to 92 BEILIES TO TIE HEAD. It Weighs 69 Pounds to the Dushel: IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO N0 BUSHELS PER ACRE. HAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO RMUT UNDER ANY CliJcL MSTANCES. 81 OULD BA/ BOWEl) IN MONTANA FROM MAYFIRST TO TANTII. One Bushd of Read per Acre is upotent: Shwuld be &oWn 1'lda. FOUR POUNDS OP S09D WILE4 PRODUCE TEN RUSRELS OF WUMAT. I HAVE RAISED THIS REASON 300 BUSHELS FROM sIX IIUSHELS OF SEED. This Wheat i. hellevedt to have been brought to my farm by wild bid. in 1567. From twelve heads found I have ralsed my present etop. and only a portion of the second and third crops wweo sown. It Is offered for sale at $1. per poud. Pour pounds. suecurely packed. Punt ti any Ioast ofilce in the U" 8, postage p.e-paid, for $$l.00. AddroNNG C. U. MA...

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. — 14 October 1871

Equal to Mark Twain. (From the Philadelphi* Dis'ptcb.J A week or two ago one of our reporters had occasion 1o refer to a certain woman, whom we will call Hannah Smith, as a denizen of the Eleventh Ward. A day or two afterward, a huge man entered our office with his brow clothed with thunder. In his hand he carried a fearful club, and at his side trotted a bull dog whom hunger evidently had made desp.rate. With that quick appreciation of the situation which is creditable to the superior intelligence of educated men. the editor of this paper and the pioprietors, darted to the window, climb ed outside, slid down the lightning rod, and went across the street to watch the bloody fray through a spy glass. With the fear lessness of contscious innocence we sat still. merely inserting our legs in two sections of stovepipe, to guard against any misappre hension of facts on the part of the bull dog. The man with the club approached. "Are you the editor?" lie asked, spitting on his hand and gra...

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. — 28 October 1871

_THE NEW NOR1TH-WST VOLUME 3, NO. 17. DEER LODGE CITY MONTANA, SATURDACTOBER 28 Z fht BOLEI1 NPBEi 121 of ll btoY F aux ODER LODOS, *OTIAWA. Own Cott Ows Ysaa. .................... ...... $ Oa CoPT rsa Mowrts ........................ $ ADVERTISING RATEBS-Quarterly as Doe. typeA.4. .10 1. Luct 1oga. Notce iicnt t? b " ...... . 4. 0. . 8. .ft..14. .IT. Art 1 1 Mo sth ..... . !s . . .10. .14s ..i s.18. so it f " ..c.. i. t. .1. . IS. m.. . pas. 45 p a I " .... . oo I. .18. 15 .:*s i .40. tU Ius ti " .... ' . ..1. ,8l. 40. .159..5). On 14r 1 Year . . 1.. t .18..40. . M .*.118 5.. 7I *SrA i A t'atd is Vivo tnes: a Sq-tare Ten LUnes. of this tylne. Lucal Business Notice s 18 cents per Tinee W.? Correspondence, short and newasy. solicited fror eatch camp. Writer's nime moat acculmpanyueast ileter, to uonentee' good takith. Pernulasion to usee flame or initists preferred. From Tuesday's Daily. PRI(PFL,'4s'.4IONAL CA. It 1)14. AT I'ONLLYNV JAM1Z0 11. BROWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURT ROUSE S...

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 October 1871

JAS. H. HILLS, .-* EDITOR AND P'BLISHERB. 0 luSUED EVERY SATURDAY ft AT Tas ?oL owma1 sAT95: 015 Tis~n........................UIs DL~ma t'ts YXowrus................ .ý. YavmC3 L ~(1 Tg 3o0ess.........".. ...... all" INVARIABLY 1? ADVANCB, a1 Saturday boruig, October 28th, 1871. -The Pittsburg Post nominates Thos. A. a Scott for PresidentI -A, T. Stewart gave Chicago $50,000. Tb lis the largest contribution made by an Individual. -Sit iAmlerick Murchison, President of the English Geographical Society, and Liv s ingston's great friend, died In London on Sunday. -Ignatius Donnelly declines becoming a candidate for State Senator of Minnesota says be is not rich enough to follow politics as an amusement. -The Republican majority In Iowa Is 1 between 90,000 and 30,000. There is a large IRepublican majority in both branches of the Legislature. . ...... ... .... ....~. *** few evenings since he told the Philadelphi ens what be knew about "' the Treaty of Washington." -The St. Paul Press say...

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 October 1871

WIHEAT. 60 Pounds to the HBushel 40 to 80 Buehets to tie. Acre, Naanlmg's RBcky Mountain Spring Wheat. TIi WREAT grows to medium beight: :i stalky. Land ripean two to terse wouka e.alier than.,auy other variety. The iweads are Iix-(towed., AND MAVNS 40 to 02 BERRIES TO THE HEAD. It WeIghe s0 Pounds to the Bushels IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO taG BLUSIELS PER ACRE. LAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO SMUT UNDER .ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. SBOULD EE SOWED 7N MONTANA "OH,. MAY Fl 7T 70 hTA.NH. OneBeAd B ý ed per Aerd is 8ujoient : be 8oe's Tl'in. 1OVB POUNDS OF SURD WILI.PIRODUCE TEN BUSHELS O WHEAT. I HAVE RAISED THiS SEASON 300 BUSHELS roUxM tix SuHuIILs OF SEED. This Wheat to believed to have bosn brought to any tarts by waid bad.In l S?7. Frnm twelve bhads fund I have raised my present copp, and only a portion of the second and third crops welst sown. It 1a offered for sale at t1. per pound. Four pounds. securely packed. sent to any Potst-oeae in the U. S., postage p.o-paid, for #4.00. Addre s C .MANNcING Der...

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. — 28 October 1871

THE NORTHERN IA(IFIC RAILROAD. The development of tha great North, d West is gotin , i on at a gratifying rate. On (I Friday 1;st, the Northern Pacific Railroad I Company coatr.dted. we understand, for C the construction of about eix hundred and twenty miles of railroad, on which. by the terms of the contract. the cars are to be rev ning i, fifteen months from the 1st of the I presentw month. One year ajo. the 1st of July Inst. thil Company cotomencedl work amid the forests of Minnesota west of Lake Superior, build Ing a road through an unbre'ketn wilderness I toward the rich wheat lands lying west of the Issiasflppli. Those fertile acres have baen readied; the grading is completed to the Ited Itiver; the track-layers are putting down three imiles if iron per d1 y'; and ear ly in Noevtiember tihe cars will be running from L:mke Supermer westward across the state of Minnesota. it distance of t wo hun dred and fifty wiles. The contrmet just closed inchitlea the construction of the DI:...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 November 1871

i iEWKNJTNE TO.. __. VOLUME 3, NO. 18. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA,ATURDA, NOVEMBER 4, 1871. OL - - - - - - - -)= -___,_-..m_ , ,. ,Ft ,,,. ,. ,.1_~j;fl~J~ [~ .r [ 7J[ ,, , ,HO LENMT. . ek lew gJith-* est, DEER LODCE, MONTANA. Ow: Corr Owu YEAr ..........................p Osu Cinrv SIX Moiwm............ ............ 6 00 AUVVRTIMJNO RATBS-Quaurtry a Due. M o nt : :. : t.! : o ;: S: :: 6 : 1.6.'. . .4 ' 4 .J 4 6 ... . 9 1. .18. i.34.0. JS.. : 80 140$ 1 iar .15 . to.1.40.a 1s. 0.1m A Carrl it )Iv Line." :. SguaamTo Lom, o tblh type. L[.oal liueilnq Notices 16 amts p li S I (umrnandsCu, ehort ed noway, sollelged from anca pcmp. Wrlctr. name must edotsjprneaeb Idtcte, to IIgar*ftcoe good taLtg. Perealgoe ass namce or Init 1*1 pretarrod. Fronm 'Purrady'. Dally. 1IIO;I'Lf.4MI0NAI,~.I VAR 1)4.. A T'I'ORN1EYC u JAMI. W1. BROWN, ATTORNEY -AT - LAWW, COURT HOUSE SQIUAR3, Dew Lodge City, Montana. W. F'. SANDERLt, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrFIcu IsI rug WUITLaTCe BUILDInG, HELENA, ... . MONTANA. W. a. cLA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 November 1871

yew aý tt..To t . JAB. H. MILLS,. - - EDITOR ANI) PBLISHER. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT THUE r'ItLOWI;r RATEs: Onw Ysaa ...........................EonT DouLL.ss si Mow.r .......................FIVE DO.LA..r, Taum Moermsu........ ......Tana Dou~aus INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, Norember 4, 1871 -John Ilty has written a:Ld published a book-Castilian Days. .-"The half crown, or two and hallf shil. ling piece, has been abolished from the British currency." From the present appearances it will not be a very long time before the whole crown meets with a similar tate.--Pittaburgl Corn. -The Republicans of New York strongly urge the election of' e.s-Governor Seymour to the Assembly from the 19th District. -The reasgnation of Collector Murphy of New York is said to be in the hands of the Presidcut, to be ujsd whenever he thinks proper. -The Chica'o ilre was a terrible national calamity, but nothing in comnarison to some of the thousand and one 'pomes' It has evoked -Joe Bein was kill...

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. — 4 November 1871

W HEAT. 00 Poands to the h uaeshel 40 to 80 Bukshela to the Acre, Nanlnlag Rocky Mountaln Spring Wheat. THIS WEBAT grows to uedium height; tI stalky, and ripen. two to turue wuekse ealiur than ,auy other variety. The Ileads are Mitx-Rowod, HAVE 40 to 92 DEIttIES TO TIIE HEAD. It Weighs 69 Pounds to the Bushel: IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO HtO BUSHELS PER ACRE. HAS NEVER BEEN KOW'N TO SMUT UNDEIt ANY CIRCUMSTANeEIS. SHOULD BE AOWRIE IN MOaYTAN4 FROM" MAAY FI. T TO TENTII. One Bus.l of Seed per: Acre iA Rulecient : bhould be & bun Tlhin. FOUS POUNDS OF SEED WILL PRODUCE TEN BCSIrELS OF WHEAT. I HAVE RAIRED THIS SEASON 800 BUSHELS FROM S II D'IIUEL. OF NEED. This Wheat ti believed to have been brought to nmy ftrm by wild birds in i117. From twelve heads found I tase raised may p~nt crop, and only a portion of the second and third-Q"ops. were sown. It Is offered for sale at $1. per pound. Four pounds, securely packed. sent ti any PHot-.offlee in the U" i., postage pie.paid, for $4.00. Addrc...

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. — 4 November 1871

I lePur sike h.lsIIIs, JoUinlml. (kit. ltb.1 ,ll'er* ,Y€lsettisly o Montalthea. I (IKNICtIiA. ('ONCNIICKRIATIONN. Arets,itl I)ilstrict is. a .tprseusn tihe o.ly Ial, vetr shltri't in Mttintsisi it whi'h ll oarsi art hilft'lictlllilhl ,I lto 5lp, 'r Tlliy ars tir'atdil Isy ilsliIlliin, hllI h bIn fl r t let gr'it'r part if ille, isits I il't'r srse,. Iar, r.l* , a tly isassisuits o .i Il rl.. 'rie. workll iln ltIil rit Arl nttl ua si."r,' 5i - Itsl, prrsisldti'.i ,i lh, dis.rl, it ne lls fir l's. lain thril (htlit,= diy sif ih eltii') iins whrl.,ks- il. l a ii il. (arli''J aIll Iii,' pilt tir srtsI w hi ,h firs at th lt |w'crstlll timeri(r uilw, lthr,,ugot? I ls. whole'fl' rriitory'. ii slilllll54 ,116 p t('14t1 this Idial oif I 1l*,4' %,srk, 1 Iw'lls i tsitlhsr rIpesI' viry IIdly.) s'tisc'i'si. 11hn l he aluc i Ar' ntisi weiI llttii J's'rs :.|r dis:ceii'rll irs. uvlsi ioltr sigi s't y t'ss agi. Ihls tiitts'rtil ,hp,,itss. whiih a0,s n,,srly ill lstellt ,ln lhalln'hlstolln hill ll,,r...

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 November 1871

SDEER LOGE TY M ONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEER 187. WHOL NUMBER 123 VOLU..ME. 3, NO. ]19o, DEERt[ L[ODGE CI[TY, M[ONTA..NA, SATURDAYr N()VEMB. ER. l! 17, .WnO[; T.JE!{'"., NEER LOOOE, MONTANA. Om Corn O1n YsA, ......................... 08 o Ols Com I ls Motra, .................. ...... 00 ADVYSTIIhNG RATE.-quarterly s De.. . ... .. . . . . , "?t', ...... i . , s . 0. 6 .t ..l : 14 io.1? >1 , M * ....... a . . . n, . .1. .1 .. a. 0 S .. .... . 4. .. 6.'. r .l1l..1..1e . 4 e ...... I. 6..10..10.j.18.'.2 .1.18. 45 . . " . 7'.. .11..18..15.'.11...40. l0| s0 " ..... . . .1 8. ..0.. ..M . .M . 8 140 A ('4d Is PIve Lines: a sqolroTen Lse, of this type. Local BRldnele Notices .ent. pr nl.1 W' Correapondenre, short and ntvwsy. oliclted each camp. Writer' lnm m innstaccompany each to uarantee good faith. 'eratmlsls to use same or IniTInl, preferred. arom Tuc"day's Dally. WpROF I.E4EONAL, .:A t RDS. AT'A'OIINE YS JAMI'No II. mRow-. ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURIT HOUSE SQUARE, Deer Lodge City, Montan...

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. — 11 November 1871

JAS. I. MILLS, . - - EDI)ITOR AND I' LIJIIHlt. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT Tfa FtuLI.OWI.u RnATrf: Uxu YSA ........................E... E DOLL as Nix MoNTMse ........................ Flv DoL.LA*, TUss MoT........ ... Tuun DUo.AIU INVAI~IAI.YX IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, Noenlber 11, 1871 -There were 83 newspaper and printing establishbments destowye I in Chicago. -Tiltoon informs us Victoria C. Woodh~ll was hor i Ii Homer, O., "'and had no child. hood*' Poor woman ! The Committee of Seventy are recomn mending New Yorkers to inexpensive hub. its. They want to wear out Tweed. -.iThe gold crop of Montnna, for Ihe year 1870, hasyielJed $44,000.000.--Pita.. C l,'o.e kk. Oh, don't. -The King of Shlm nmale Mr. Seward a present of an elephant, which hle was reluc tantly forced to decline.--Ez. Alaska wts the last elephant le accepted. -The publication of the roster of the suite of Alexis, and the officers of the Rus sian squadron, in the New York Tribune, exhausted all the "'f's" in New York...

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. — 11 November 1871

WHEAT 60 Pounds to the Busihel 40 to 80 Buahels to the Acre, IEmsalgs Becky Eountalan pring Wheat. THI WHEAT prows to medium ileit; b stalky, L mad rpesm two to three weueks ,ea. tha.any ether rie. Tb.he Hfladu are SIx,Ilowed. AND HAVE 4O to 92 BERRIES TO tHE HEAD. It Weighse09 Pound. to the Bushel: IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO 0 BUSHELS PER ACRE. SAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO SMUT UNDER .ANY C'IIIUMSTAXCES. IJOULD B .IOWtD IN M.ONTANA FRlOM MAY FIRdIT TO TEN.TH. On B.r Bo . per Aere is 8uldenu : be B.s Orda. FOU. POUNDS OVF Sr D WILL PRODUCE TEN BUIMILI OF WIEAST. I HAVE RAISEI) TIllS REASON 300 BUSHELS FROM SiXl UIl'$ULH OF E88D. This Wheat I hellered to hIve hean hbrouLht to my his by.wsld bird. lto la7. From twelve heads totlnd I nve railed my rre.nat rp sawls oly a portion of he sseond and third crops wo us wu. II sloltmred for sale at (l. p.r pound. Four pounds. securely packed, eat tu sy Po.lt-ofkce In the U* S., pstage p.epaid, for 4.. Addmre '. 11. MANNIN(, Ic r Lodgte, 11S 8a Monltana S...

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. — 11 November 1871

THE NORTH. Graphle Aeeannt of the Destractlm of Peshtigo. PLFro the Fen du Lac Comnoweamlth.] The first news of a great disaster is gen erally exaggerated, but the first reports of the recent fires in the northwestern part of this State fell farshort of the truth. When we heard that Peshtigo was burned, and sixty lives were lost, every one said it must be an exaggeration. They could not under stand bow, in a village, so many lives could be lost; but a recent visit to the fields of desolation and death made us wonder any were saved. From Oconto, twenty-five miles north of Green Bay, we went by teams tluough the burnt district to the Sugar Bush, Prsltign. and Marinette. The fire camne close to Ooonto, the people having to work heroic ally to save the city. I. r the first eight miles north of the city the country was burned over destroying immense quantities of timber and somte Ih ,uses Scarcely an acre of ground escaped unburned. If the owners could cut the pine which was burh ed so b...

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. — 18 November 1871

VOLUME 3, NO. 20. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATRDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1871 ~L. ~ ~ * ~UMBER 124 She paew orth pc t, DEER LODGE, MONTAMA. One Cort One Yzsa, ......................... g One COPY aX MoN s ........................=b ADVERTISING (RATES-Quarterly as Dee. S " .... . 4. . 6. . . . .1 .14. .1 7. u S 47 1 Month ..... .I 6. . 8.1.10. .14. .106. .38. a5 50 8 " ... . . .111. .1t.'.IN. .15. .i. 45 46 * ".. 7. .12. .5. 8O.. 40. 60 10 * " ... . .14 .a 0. .40 . 60. i 149 1 Year !.1r .2. . 40. .M. .65. .75. 1SOIS6 ACard is 1ivs Lines: a ulquareTea Loas, of this type. Local Budlaeas Notices IS cents per Ine. $ Correspondence, short and newey, solicited tram each camp. Writer'a name muat saeouapsayeach letter, to guaranteiw good faith. Permission to lee name or Initials preferred. From Tuewday's Daily. PROFF01' UMIIONAL CAt [De. AT'1'ORNEYU .JAMIs In. DROWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Dee, Lodge City, Montana. W. F. MANDERM, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orpwaes n INN WKsLAtesw D orm , HEL...

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. — 18 November 1871

Iew orth-4jet. JAS. H. MILLS, * EDITOR AND PUBLISHEB. ISUUED EVERY SATURDAY AT Tai FOLLOWING RATEs: Ono TYas . ................Ensu Dos.sAas UsI Nona ........................FIva DosLAaS TeRsa MonTE,... . . . TesaE DuLa.as5 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morn Ing, November 18, 1871 Er the Uereruor of Neatais Territory, A PROCLAMATION. The year that is nearing Its close has bees Siled with blessings of health. peace and plenty. While our Divine Master, in His wisdom. has deemed it just to severely chastise some sections of our common coun. try, He has hien pleased not to lay his chaetentng hand upv a this people, He has lifted fts all-protect lug hand sad stayed the progress of the pestilenee are it rescht our borders. Our fields and herds hive yielded even more abundantly than heretofore. Our population has steadily Incrossed and prospered. The sesrcher, after the precious metals have received their mesited rewand. The iron arms of a traasoetngental amlread will soem clasp eur moun...

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. — 18 November 1871

W HE AT. 09 Pounds to the B3nshel 40 to 80 Buashels to the Acre, Manning's Rocky mountala Spring Whest. Tills WHEAT grows to medium height: il stalky. and rilpns two to tares weeks eae ir than aay other variety. The Iloades are Six-Rtowed, AND II.AVIE 40 to 02 BERRIES TO THE HEAD. It Weighs 609 Pounds to the Bushels IT YIELDS FROM 40 TO M0 BlISIELS PER ACRE. HAS NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO SMUT UNDER .ANY IRUlUM8TANCES. 5HOGULLDIJI SOWED IN MONTANA FROM MAY FIIST TO TENTH. One Bushe of Seed per Acre to 8uvletea; .ShouW be eams TAi,.. rOUR POuNI s OP 8sRD WILL PRODUCE TEE JIMCUIELS OF WHEAT. I HAVE RAISED) THIS REASON 800 ISUIiEI.S FRItOM 1 IX BISHELS OF SEED. Thia Wloit I. twlllved to have hbwn brought to toy f em by wsild hhd. in lati. FVomn twelve heads tound I 'teve rald-l sny preoe nt crop. nod only a portion of the Hecotid and third crops were sown. It Ia offered for sale at $1. per pound. Pour pounds, sernrely packed. swat ti any Post-oflee in tbs U- S., postage peepaid, for $4.00. Ad...

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. — 18 November 1871

the htw htotth-West. CLIA ZAR AND RESOUBCEM - OF AtrANTAN4A. Bv B. P. PoTTs, oov0IMsot o NT xo ANA. rFrom the' N. 1'. II. It. Cu. t pechld Report on Immt gruation. October 19, 1s;1.j In the middle of the continent, between the (ieat Lakes and the Padific Ocean in the heart of that New Northwest, the ex" tent, character and resoutces of which the people are at last beginning to appreciate embracing within its boundaries four par* allcis of latitude and no less than twelve degrees of longitude, lies the mrat Terri tory of Montana. 'The superficoal area of this territory Is extensive enough to nake three States as large as New York, the Em pire State of the East, and, as I have stated elsewhere, I believe it to be the richest re gion tu agricultural and mineral resources on the Amerlean continent. There are at leest fifty thousand square miles of tillable lJud within us limits; and this land, under a cheap and simple process of irrigation, is of unsurpassed fertility, yielding in the g...

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