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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 3 February 1872

Saturday Morning, February 3, 1872. Religious Serviooe. ErieorAL 8Iavie.'a.-Rev.. W.H. toy will officiate morning and evening. next Sunday at the Conrt Honuse at it a. i. and' 7 p m The Sunday School maots at the same place at half-past 2 p mn. The new Library will he opn and rwady for circulation among the members ol the school at that time. I. 1o. E. V. rlE R'OCULAR COMMUNICATIONS O01 COT. I itonwood Lodge No. I1. O. O. F. will be held ev ery Wedun.dly evening at the Masonie Hall. as 7 'clock. osoourning Brethren In good standing are .rdlaily luvated to attend. A. M. LEVTY, N. O. JOS. A. HYDE, Secretary. M AION (IC. THE REOULAR COMMUNICATIONS OF Deer Lodie No. 11 A. F. & A. M will be held on the First and Third Sat urdes. afesch month E. S. I4TACKPOLE, W. M. - T. KENNON. Secretary. Arrival and Ileparture of Mails at the Deer Lodge Post OlMee. -o- E'cron P. I. It.. CousINs. A.n C. P. R. R. Arrive-Daily, except Sunday, at.... ...... p. pm Depart- ........ .... s m BLAcarooT, lEL...

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. — 3 February 1872

- lMei Near hierr Lodge, c T. From the 8Scent.fec 1.u, Jan. MtoA. DEER LODGL. This town is the county seat of Der uodge county. and is situalted in & valley et ten same Mame. A number of tlnoe blM. IDgs have been erected during the past year, bout like many other towns on this coast its future prosperity seems to depend on the movements of a certain railroad c.mpany, more than on its own meritl. Still, if the inhabitants would place more faith in the really excellent mines in their vicinity, 'and A the advantages they :osse.s in having a e'sifetock raith, and a country well adapted f.sagricultural pursuits. in my opinion a railroad would ranke much loss dfference to them than they sulalnose. The Odd Fellows and Masonic Fraternity are well represented here and their lodges are in a 6ourish!ng condition. Two weekly 1atlset are published here, the aEW NOsTU-WES-T, and Independent, ibtl excellent publica tioes and well adapted to the wants of the npmpqunity. Tlrough first-cluass tic...

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. — 10 February 1872

Il it -,l vv a* - t VOLUME 3q NO. I DEER LODG1, Ml(ýONTN SATJ :r" Y10 ". WVO UMBER 13 O " COPT O .........................i)8 On rv s -t ! ........................ O ,, ADVERTIS y as Due. " M tth .... . ' a . t1' * ..... "t . t1 . .12 .18 i. . . 45 a16 S ...... .. . ( . .1 3 . .I' . . . . i . 1( 31 a * ' , .... . 4i . .7 . 40W . *i .1 ..1 t 140 1 Year . 16 . 1. .40 .. . 65.1..75 110 11 A(.dl* Ma. i'asU : a UqluareTea Sl.e aif this type. Local Buslness Notics 1 cents per line. gaTmn l or initials ,reerred. 1it11o' i t1AQN A 4 A RD~I. ATTORN E Y c6URT IZOUJE .Q4,ARE, DOor ILod ilty, Mintana. W. F. MANDERS, .&TTQR AT La,.T , ,lle1N, .. - , .. I.o. , w, 5. t.a erY. " :rw. iei~ o (l.AGlETT & DIX(I, .' ATTORNEYS-AT- 4-W, 1.t1 t 1 ontm WDbErr1Y, M A Ui. S. \Y s. tILte Associate Justice) Mtorfie and Coansdlao ' ii '.U, Will pratie in all the Courts of Montana Territory. O ne es OP, 0sta S. U. Bour & (o's Rarn, lahr ./a.t+uac, - . . . lIe na. N4tt JA E. L CALLAIV T, ATTOIC NEY - ...

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. — 10 February 1872

IAM. H. MILLS, . - EDITOR AND PVBLIUSHR ISUOED EVERY SATURDAY A.. T- FOLrsWIom aml: ST a ..........................Rlr Doa*as a s Muts ................. .......u.F s DOLLAU Tasaxu Mot....................Tuaau Dou.as INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, Vebruary 10, 1872 --Mrs. Fair is granted a new trial That finishes the farce. -Victor Hugo denounces the Thiers govr ernment, and finds only one man In France At for the Presidency-Gambetta. -New Mexico, which has had an Alien Law probibting aliens from holding any kind of real estate, has, we see it stated, repealed it. -Of the ninety-eight cigar manufactories in San Francisco, thirty four are already in the hands ot Chinese. The Inmportation of cigatr into that city last year, was6,248.980. -"We do these things better" in India. For instance Calcutta, Jan. 5.-Deputy Commissioner Cowan has ordlccrrd fifty Kooka mutineers to be blown from the mouths of cannon. -This is pretty cool: It shows bow our national legislators hang on the...

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. — 10 February 1872

Saturday Moring, February 10, 1872. I. o. 0, v. rlrIl 3tOGULAR COMMIUNICATION O' COT. Seewoad l Ledge No. 0 I. O.. . P. wlll b held e. .rr Wedmeeday YWIIng at the Mlsoale Nal. at t * Iqees. rm Ilrvt hwe La psi A tamlagi eihaily Livted to attead. L. HOLMLES, . O. T. H. W usaa, w, SUeetaiy. TBEI .OULAR CUMtlNICATIONS OF Deer lde No. 14 A. F. A. W ill s he bld oc the FlMet sad Tbied Ietardla .ateah math S 3.. MTACKPOLE, W. M. - T. BnlOX. USernearv. Arival mmd _ st o e e aillhs atite Beer -0- tVium P. R. L. COautr. An C. P. R L Arh-Dallr. excp Saadia, at.... .....a6 p a Depart- " " ............ I m LaCaseoT, Bls.uA. V lasei AND A .AeiNu PAS or MNTArNI. Ae-Da,. exe.rpt . aday, ......... ...... p. Deparºt--~Daty " at.............L m. .ILyls Dow, BcTTU AND RaD M.OxxTal CarT. Arhie-" blly, exept Saday, at............. 5 p. m. Depart- y. at.................. m. UsaTesuome, PasLuvseome AND CASL. CM. Aml-Madrsye Wenudoays and Friday a. p. s. D.part-.Tu.q.a.. , Thrdalys and kSaturday. 4 a. m. b...

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. — 10 February 1872

Sketches in the California Legisl,. Surn ,. ISan Francisco Chronicle, Jan. $5.J In and about the Senate to-day we note Governor Thomas Fwndley of Nevadacoun ty. who was Governor Haight's chief oppo nent for the Democratic Gubernatorial notmiication. He seems in excellent health and spirits, and quietly surveys the states men from a seat on the floor, at Senator Neff's side.. He is justdown from Grass Valley, and gives a glowing account of the mines, the Idaho, Greenhorn and others now being operated in that vicinity. It is better to own 500 shares of stock in a $10 per share per month dividend-paying mine titan to be Governor....The aristocratic face of S. V. Butterworth peers forth from the lobby, where he converses with James T. Godfri.. It would be dituut, to #ick out two more dietingue looking individuals th n Findlqy ·ad But.tworth... ,0. P. Mir " d, i sccJinpsflted by' his stawl. holds a conspicuous placeon the foor. Why don't Chaj$*in Boute giye Fitzgerald a .bance to pray ? ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 February 1872

VOLUME 3, NO.33. DEER LODGE, MONTAN SA Y FERAR 12 WHOLE NUMBER :137 VOLIUME. 3, NO.,3,3. DEER LODE -. ,, DEER LOOSO, MONTANA. Otes Cor Oas Kua. ........................0 0 Ows CAF: SrI Eag *................... . pit ADVERTISIWNG RATE.-Quarterly as Due. ... !! x S.I . 6 .I t.l.19 . 1iM - " 4. .. 8 ..t.1.14 .17. 40 7 I Moath . . . . I .1 .14. .16 .18. 85 ** to.... . 6. i.... .1 . . 45 65 - "" ....: . 7 ..t1 . .18..> . .o..40. o5 o g * ... . 0. .18..0 ...4. 0..O 0. .60. 80 140 1 Year ... 16 .5.. 1 .,.40 5. 6. .75. 1 0 1 1 A rCd to itre Lnes: a quare Ten Lines, of this %ty[M Bo Unea, Ndlaes 5 cents .per .ine, u e. short and Ii =y inm e camp. Wrters name 1aeditplb sd 'tetter, to guarantee good faith. Permission to se uame or lititala preferred. 'PHOF'E845IONNAL CARDnr*. ATTONkEYl JAMKE Ii. DlROWN. ATTORNEY - AT-LAW, COURT HOUSE SQUARI , eer Leodge City, Montana. W. F. ANDEIRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Q.-wc am s Wran aa Bua ino ,' RELA, . . . . . MONTAA. w. i. cLAOSr?, V. W. 35s0 3 CLAOIEAT a...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 February 1872

Ienv (1orth-W4et. JAS I. MILLS, *- EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED 1s RY, SATURDAY "" ".e saarn-Dwnme m s:s O rTlth ..:.......................harr Dn .aurs ihx M tu s.r . ....,,.................. Frs DOLLARs Tauss MUYoSs.:.... ......... ...TunLs Du)LL&sa INVARLABLY IN ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, February 17, 1872 -Congressional aspirants are said to be plentiful in iHlena. .Our rea lers will notice the remarkable .meaber of fires on St. Valentine's day. Love is a conmsuing passion. - Congesamen from the Patrlfie Slope probably enjoy more highly than any other lams of martyrs the immunity from letter writing afforded by the snow blockade. -Cole's resolution lookng to an elevation of suffrage, will meet with hearty approval by the Anarican people. The ship of state has run on the other tack long enough. -81ocum in the House. Thursday, said every sick sailor in the Brooklyn Naval Hospital costs more' than a Cabinet offcer does in Washlngton. -Swann. of Maryland, made the some what origi...

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. — 17 February 1872

Saturday Morning, February 17, 1872. Relligious Services. Ers.or0AL S-r.nryvI(r.s.- It(e. W II. ISoy will offclate morilig aSDd eveuillg. Ieeext SIIUIdy at tlie Court louse at 11 a. n. and 7 p n The tninday School meets at thel samie Iplae at hal.fpast 2 p. m. ('AvtttI: Saznva ice.-Se-'r ices Ill "e held to.mor. row In ite 'at houll ('hur.h at 7 1i o'clock, A A., Nev. rather D"DRyckere ullltritisg. Iev. .. (';ct!ln will preach in Stuart Unll on Sun day It I1 o'cluc'k a. m.. and 7% p.m. Sunday School mset at the Court House at »} a. m. I. 0. 0. . T Hg REGLLAR COMMLNICATIONS OF 'OT tounwood Lodge No. S 1. O. U. F. will be held ev ery Wednesday evening at the Masonic Hall. at 7 'clock. Solourninig lrethren In good standing are cordially invited to attend. L E. HOLMES, N. 0. T. U. WuaL.aUI, Secretary. M ALO N I`. THE REGULAR CuMMUNICATIONS OF Deer .Lodge No I A. F. & A. I1 a Ill he held on the First and Third nt4tnrd' ' dtrlchb mounth E. S. ,TACKPOLE, W. M. I. T. KENNON. Secretarv. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 February 1872

Joaquin Illler. tFrom the Overland Monthly for February.) About the year 1838, Heulings Miller, father of Cinciinatus Heine Miller, went into the Wabash district of Indiana with his wife, for the purpose of making a home. At that time Indiana was on the frontier line of settlements, and ;the position of a settler in that region was that of a picket at the outpostof civilization. Thirty-four years seems a short period in the life of a great nation, and it is a short period-a mere mo ment-in the hist.,y of past centuries. But in the light of the achievements of the last three decades in the United States-the Im : mense inarease of population and wealth, the boundless wilderness of mountain and plain reclaimed and peopled, the Western Contineunt spanned by a railway, and the commerce of the Eastern forced into new channels, and a vast and complicated sys. tem of civftlbfon ereated; with a literature oesudiywr its, optn-la-n M, light of these feets, the life of a single generation of me...

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. — 24 February 1872

,. - . . VOLUME 3, NO. 34, DEER LODGE, MO ANA, $ Y 8.U gR III ... :t . . .' i _ ii .,i . ...,- - . ._ .. .. . .. .. .. . . . , . .It" ' ... . "' '. . '.. .. . ",- . ,. • i" . 'i :. ..* .L < "* . " , "i. .. .. " 1 p: ,,. . ,, , ., , . ... . t , . ,. : , , D£1 .A.WDI, rOTANWA. a p C, r Own Tsa, ......................... I 00 Oxs Corr p Six M e m ........................ 9 On ADVERTISlNO RATEB-Qarterly as Due. i "" '12 40 I. -- P ...... j $ 5.1 97. s . 1.0. 8910 -, S "* ...... ., 4. . S . . . 12 . . t4 . .0 S n . . l . . 8. 14. ..17. 1 7 " ** ..... 6. ..10. .12..18. .n . .3. 45 . g o . .. . 1, 1. .12 8 ... .. . 40)..4 O. m - S " ... '. 1.'. 3.a'. . 10. .. o.11. 8u 140 I Year ...If: . .40._.. ... i6... . 1 '0 _ _ A Card I. Pvie Ltne: a inareTen Lines of this type. Local Jluslnet Notlce 25 cents per line. ( ,w.p.sMO, shUt and nega, elticed ". r. nrr~e mOe s41tp8. ehS name or in this rerred. p O FI:P ~INA. AL ARD 1 . AT' OR fi N E-Y e JAME 4 II. lRO1WN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT HOUSB ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 February 1872

JA I. HIIILL, ..- EDITOR AND PtBLII1ER! ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY AT TrEIB iOLiWNG arT.a: (On TY An.........................esrr DoI uA5s SIz MoTuhras......................F...Lva DosT .. Yalsr Moa;ts........ ...........Tunas DoI.LLAA INVARIAbI.Y IS ADVANCE. Saturday Morning, February 244 1972 -Aftehr tLis Deer Lodge will prefer Lent with more sackcloth and less ashes. -The Tammany Society met in New York Wcdnesnd t y evening and re organized, by the f.,rlual iautallation of a Grand 8a chem. -"Supervising Architect Mullet is de termined, it is said, that the new public buildings in Chicago shall be the finest in the country." The Mulloetlead order of architecture is not usually attractive. -Schuyler Colfax delivered an addess in Brooklyn, Thursday .oven!ng. Il the. course of his remarLt he spoke of the Alabama claims, and said England' was bound by the Treaty of Washington, andi would have to pay the debt in full. -Our Mails have been very regular du rin tile Winter. The Missoula mail 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. — 24 February 1872

%ewr parth-zWct. Saturday Morning, February 24, 1872. Religious Services. rPIaorPAL .aaRVICUI.-Rev. W'.i. SMty will officiate morning and evening, next Sunday. at Stuart lall, at II a. mn. and 7 p. m. The Sunday School maets at the Court House at half-past 2 p. m. CATHoLIo Slavacmu.-Se4rvices a ill be held to-mor row in the Catholic Church at 10 1-2 o'clock, A. ., Iter. Father DeRyckere officlaltig. Rev. S. J. Catllin will preach in the Court House on Sunday at ll o'clock a. m.. and 7.tj p. m. Organiza tion of the M. E. Church South in, connection with the evcsling service. Sunday School meets at the Court ilouac at 9, a. m. I. O. 0. F. TIIE REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS OF COT tonwood Lodge No. 9 I. O. O. F. will be held ev ery Weduesday evening at the Masonic Hall, at 7 e'clock. Sojourning Brethren in good standing are ardially invited to attend. L. E. HIOLMES, N. G. T. H. WILLIAMn , Secretary. MA ( )N I C. THE REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS OF Deer Lodge No. 14 A. F. & A. M. will he held on...

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. — 24 February 1872

bketches in Utah. Peer. n Piralinoee touhick(, b. 1.] A non-aggressive Government may be easily dictated to by a body of aggressive fanatics, ansd the history of Utah, up to this time, proves that Brigham Young has dic tated to the authorities at Washington. It takes FANATICS TO FOlRT FPAATICS, And lu the destiny of things, always well ordained, we find a fanatic on the Supreme 'Bench of Utah in the person of Judge MoKean. I say A fanatic, bdt do not mean to Insinuate a bloodthirsty fanatic, who Ibe Iseves in "the blood atonement doctrine," and who would nail his fellow-greatures to a stake for the sake of carrying into effect his peculiar dogmta. He is. however, a fat. natic in the sense of believing in republican government, and that civil law expresses the will of the people rather than the theo. critic dictation, le is not an enemy of the Mormons, but of the system under which thL ylive lie as the only tan that has ever met Brigham and conquered him. Fur yars "ite Lion of the Lo...

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 March 1872

.".- .. - . .. ý .. m olt *_* . . _ '.-. A L ý.. .. ,11 L .i1 - l 1 J L T er ii . -, . ,#,.. INI I __ 3., S3 NO. 35.EER DGE OTANA, AT AY 1872 WHOLE NUBE 139 .VOLUA.M. 3, NO3 5 DEER LOTGERM ANASAURAY, 'MZI 1872o ':.:. .39 -aUt ,ANA. Pu. * 06Us,-ý wfri 3 I. ... ... . .... I 000 aCC, C1V *'· .5a I.I60 .5. Us 40 4 3 · ... . . 8. .1 . . .. . f 47 A Card i. PIe LUines: a isqar~e o this type. Loal bsess Notices a cents per . AM, . H. DRowN, o" 'i !.,.po ,ia a" a ,ad nesy, solite ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURT OUSE SQUAR3S, deer Lodge CIty, Montana. W . . F. A .. MS. o ATTORNEY AT LAW.: Owns am was Wamwou D assume, 3319llA, - - * - 3Y4 TANA. W. E. OLA.eS, W. W. Dm5s VLAGMTT A DIXON, G. G. SYMES, ' [Late Associate Jus"ce] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Itl pirctlee In aIo the Cotuts of Montasna TAtrfy. Orwsw O'roess 8 . 1O. o A C' r BSAM, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY. Will e all t.e Curts of Record to Msta aive porey atmtend o t0o l besons tatqeud te1 attention ýt toC I...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1872

ge artkh- tt. I./AS. WILLS, - - - EDITOR AND PtBLISH.R ISSUED (VERY SATURDAY AT et tsoowswe auTaS: O- Tnas ....................... KenITm , DOuL nt ame Mextss..................... Tvas Dou.ias trinss oara .............. Tsuus Polla INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Saturday Mornalg, March 2d, 1872 -Mr. C. W. Couldock is In New York city. -Thero is so much leather mixed with tea that most of Its drinkers are half soled. -[Boston Post. That aceounts for the "good leather" in Chinanmen. -The Muentalses in a tong and able ar. I1ets defends Gov. Potts against the attatks laie by portions of the Utah and Califor nia press in regard to "that blockade tle-s gram." -Among our many exchanges we tnd none more fraught with origiaatIy and in telligenee than that neat little sheet, the" OQeae As aeouos., publihed at Silver City, Idaho. It is, as its name denotes, a perfect avalanche-of sparking, spicy good things. -Governor Potts and wife, Col. J. A. Viall, Capt. Nat Pope and wife, and U. 8. Mail Superintend...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1872

8alnrday Mrnlag, March 2d, 1872. Religious Services. BursecorP. Ssnvacs.--Re. Wiev. .. Sto ill ofrelte aor.iug and evening, nest unday at Stuart Hall aII a. . and t p.m. The Sanda cehool masse. the Court House at hal-peat I p. m. ('avn.so Ssavrics.-Serhices will bebeld tit-or row Io the Catholic Churnh at 101 l o'clock, A. ., Ne,. Father Dultyckere offciating. Iter. S. J. .atl0 win prench in the Court Hoes on Sunday at IIt o'lock a. m.. and ). p. m. Organest sion of tIe Il. . Church bouth in oouctloa with the evening aervie. Siaday School mets at the Court iosee at 9 a. i. 1.0.0. F. r.N . REKOLAR COMMUNICATIONS OF COT tonwood Lodge No. a 1. O. . . .will be held ea ery Wednesday evetag at the Masolc Hall, at 7 e'clock. Sojoaling betren In good standing are .erdlally invted attead. LI. E. HO.MiS, N. G. T. H. WaIassI, Secretary. AMAON IC. - THE REGULAR COIMMUNICATIONS OF Deer Lodge No. 14 A. F. & A. M. will be held on the First and Thid Sturdlav4feaech month E. S. BTACIPOLE, W. M. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 March 1872

- Aa AmsAles Epiee at a Hotel rseak - fast Table. r (e p the sam Veamelsb casro.j Two young men, tslograph operators boald at one of our leading third.laess ho~ls end, being of a somewhat hilarious' dispo sition, find great amusement in carrying or a :eontuerstioa with each othbert the tabh i.,Y ticking on the plates wikltsinfe, fqrk 0a spoon. For the tnaforation of thorse nl ,as: 1t IaP O . l3t lh it pna be well to state tbai a combination cf sounds of -ticks codstikte th1 telegraphic alphabet, and pemons familiar with these sounds can con. .. tlereby a, !ntezgentsv , qih spokes A few dayvs ago, while these fun.loving youths wee 'sited at brsakfast, a mtouto ,. ., bUlt young oma entered the diLhg.room with a handsome girl on i0s arm, whosq ..ldida ts iuteuane shali h her to bn . e. The couple had, in fact, been mar bf t a day or two previous, and bhal come to San Prancisco from their home i Oak S lad, or Mud Springs, or senoe o$er ruode village, for the purpsee of speduing the . ib...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 March 1872

T-E 3. NO.6. - . DEER LODGE, -ONTANA ATUAY " º . '.zo'rIT~ir1 3,-- NO+1..DE. LDFD,4WO E NME . . .. .. . , ' i~ + ,''ii , .., "F, i, = , , ,'= , °..°. +l,. . ,. ,-+ -I i . .11=1 ','.I_+I..r .=r+l"' ..ii rl., _ _. -_. ' " '. 2he tw gith-West, ODaL LODOE, IOUTANA. On Cerr Otw Ym, ......................... 100 Orr rorpy s We2 waO ........................ 0$3 AuvatTasise ams.4srterlr y as Do*. i' ... . 4. 4P. • ". i .tl..4..17. 310 47 SMoth ..... . . . 10 .14. . 18. I (o" ....... . o. .ort and .1 45 o . . . .... T. . 1( . 18i a. .S o .4. sol t type. Local Busleans Noticei 0 cents per line. PROFEMMý`Ot IONAI. L ARDal. JAMJIMI II. DROWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, .4 URT UI!lJUs eqUAUS, se eoddge slty, meeansa. W. F. nAMNDEIR, ATTORNEY AT LAWn. OvRcI I waTr WsmTacar BusasMuN, .sI.M. . . . I. MONTAA. W. I. CLASQBrT, W. W. g.-." LAGl'WT'T' d DIZOUN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Cou.t I.Moe Squxe, fiy D3II WDi) CITY. MONTANA. (1. (C+. SYMES, [Late Auseclate Justice] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WIN poestle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 9 March 1872

JAI. ILL$, .. . PDITOR AND PUDISu.ia IUsUO EVERIY SATURDAY At "IS VOLL owe aurast ? i .:: ............... ....... .l ts N ............ ...... om. 1 --es InVARIABLT IN ADVANCE. Saturday Mornlng, March 9th., I87; -The Japanese Embassy stand on thel etiquette. and make no calls nntil after th President has officially received them. --.Jst before going to pis,. we receives the followinlg telegram from the front: RAwLtrs. March 7-76 New NMoAr. West, -loar Ogden by special last nilgt-.gettin along fnely. StParzsAxrT, MILLER & MILLS. -The Secretary of the Treasury sells, n gold this month, in consequence of beav payments to be made on account of thb called bonds, which fell due on the thb, a. the amount of 540.000,000.. --The Helena Herald. with ts usual kindly disposition to bestow praise, highly cnmpll mente one of the employee of this dll6c., as being in charge of the editorial department during the absence of Capt. Jas. H. Mills. the editor. The terald, is in error as to the dame, ...

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