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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 1 February 1873

.. .,i A J t . . ..... . It II..! S-nT VOL. 4, No. 81 DEER LODGE, MONT , .. 1 187. LE o. 1. .r ' " . !,. .. , O . ; ý". .... r i' , , .. . . " . " VO.4 N.~~. E~ 1~TGEli~~LL~t •Z · pIR LOOODE, MONTANA. IIATEM OF ADVERTISlNG. - _ -i. i -o- o, l l,,,,., I.. : . f:.' 65 ' $7. * l. ,llI. ,i : .. : li. . .10. .1 ,. , 1, 401 40 N .. . . . .10. N.. . .(i. . @5. 1 5 1. . .15 15.'as . . i. 75. 171 , 111 1 r. 1 . .15 . 4 . ý.5 . . u . .Tn. '1r 401 o !e 1r 41 .25. ..f. .7. .5 .140 30 I~'tuI:r adve rti.,n payahle quarterly as due, T'r4nrllillt ntlvarisinll Iayahle I advanee. N, '. . i atn. :nr |'I (ilIr t. InOre than regular 1, ir:I advrtnlllnc 1 vrientc for lthe ft insertion: 10 -, , i l r ine for h eri'itee'ding isell rtion; lines ''nlrt- l In IKunollrl il :neaullire. - TJb Work payahl' oin dellverv. I'I() It '.,lMI()NAL, CARDl . ATTOIINIEYP - W. F. NIANDER1N, AT'"I'()I NEY AT LAVW. Orrle ' IN THE WuIITt.ATCM B.tIunu, IIEIENA. - - MONTANA. JA.En E. CALLAWAY, ATTOIHNY - AT- LAW %lltl;INIA ('ITY...

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. — 1 February 1873

JA. IL MILLS, .- .. EDITOR AND PUBLImSHE ISSUIgD VERV SATURDAY Saturday Morning, Febsuary 1, 1873. -The U. P. trains are running on tmas. -The jury in the Tweed case failed to pree and were discharged. -Pomeroy is lying seriously ill, and it is rumored be will resign his seat in Congress. -The Walls Walls VUCa says it i m0 miles from the "leaving of the Columbia river" to Pen d'Oreille Lake. -We are in receipt of the UteA 1Yinla Jovurna as an exchange. It is bright, yig orous and decidedly anti Mormon. - Laura D. Fair delivered her "Wolves in the Fold" lecture at Sacramento on Thurs day evening. It warn bitter on san Francisco. -Persons holding both Federal and Ter. ritorial or county offices are referred to the Presidential order relating to them publish. ed on the outside of this issue. -There is a law prohibiting members of Congress from practicing as attorneys be. fore the Departments and Court of Claims. Abill has passed both houses extending the like prohibition to Delegates f...

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. — 1 February 1873

%ulliI IiMorning, February 1, 1873. r rrl.tal ,nd Ilepalrtuire of Malls at the Deer f lroltcde Psot OMee. -o - t N p. It. It.. 1t omlNM., AND C. P. it. It ................................. Ypa •r, l isT. I tant. INIA ATnU EveATErN PART ,rI. ,At................ . Im. ,r, I- ly at.... aa. m . .,,'r.,l IiW. fl(rTTr AND HalD MOulNTAIN CITT. S _l.:vItry anlternnte day, at....... .....p. a. t -" ".. . at ......... .....S. . uII rN. . I'I.5Lllt'Rl'R f CA3LI ('ITT. AND r!..-- F:iery alt rnnat dty at .............7 p. m. .. . .............8 s. 1.1 l s I'. , " l. I Et. MTPOU'LA, CEDAR CaIRn AM) WALI.A WALLA. rl,'t ..- Dally . ........ ................ atl 7 p. In. .. ..................at3a.i. (I.:I AN AN.t FENwCII OULCI. t "'. 1 In 1,' rt twice ipr week. ii .l 1,:.a l wil il clus the nighl t previous to their , lit 1, I . - a. m. to 8 p. i. Sundays, 10 to 11 n.'to 7. s S. STACKPOLE, P. M. . . .. . ..--4 ,, ,, I.. P. FISHER, uoantdst Merchamts' Exchauge, 'thoixed Aget in San Francisco. It l:I,...

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. — 1 February 1873

test for the e41 n of qew asta. Ti present eondion and prospects of the it mediate future of a proposed State shoeld be epoteolling eooealderaos. The follewisg tbles show the dasoi admission of the several 8tstes named; the pnpulqskyq f pchb. exerdil tcro ports, made before and after admirtin: Tennessee admitted in 170, population n 1700. 86.711, in 1800. 1M6,6.. ' Ohio admitted Ia 180% populatiop in 1800 45.65; in 1810, 230,760. Louisiana admitted in 181% popouation in 1810. 76.6M; in 1880, 188,407. Indiana ghuitted in 1816; popula1n. in 1810, 24,520; in 1880. 147,178. lNueslppi adasited na 1817; pepulatips In 1810, 40,835% in 1820, 75,448. Illinois admitted in 1818; population in 181e, 12,282 in 1820, 5i5,900. Missouri admitted in 1881; population in 1820, 66,586, in 1830. 140,455. Arkansas admitted in 1886; population in 1830, 48,88; in 1840, 7,574. Michigan admitted in 1887; population In 1880, 81,689, in 1840, f12,267. Florida admitted Is 184; populJtilo in 1840, 54.477, in 185...

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. — 8 February 1873

V OL. 4, No. 8Q. DEER LODGE,., MONTANA, FEB.. 8, 1878. WHOLE No. 188. UD.E LODGOE, MONTANA. It .'Ti OF AI) EITiTIN(G. Sn. f.. II , iL t I .t . . 1. . b4.. . ..1)). .lt P. . .b b N .4I. S . .i 1.i.. . .. . S... . 414 Tr , -,,.11 idverliiltln Ip ya ble in advane¥ . , , icl .oT r are 41 prr rent. more than regular ait1 . t' l•e t Mt +. ,,, I derl inr la 1entsor fth thSt InuWrtlon : 10 ent I.r lin lort neh .nere.*ding insertiun; lines i in N .ll 11irtrel .IlPe.ne. e jI, Wurk pintale. on de.livry. '. I' 4II't l'El IONA I IuCA. ). A'l lI'(<)! l N"'4 - - W. F. NANIDERS, AT'r)ITOHNNI:Y AT LAW. (4lrrCL IN Tu WIIITLATlr M t DUILDIN llIF:iNA. . . . . . MONTANA. JAMEs E. i'ALIAWAT, AT'1"'OHNEIY - AT - LAW V'ITl;(NIA CITY. MONTANA TERRITORY. W ',1 Ianrlr in nll the Conrti of Record In Monte ,i, ail ~iv I .ouml.t attentiuonl to all businesllls trurted Io i., re. Shi. t attIeitin c rien to t('llection. and draft Il.J' Ii.', Mult I '.P. , .'lntralts. Puwter. of Attorney. g tllicfle adm lOt nl. e...

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. — 8 February 1873

JA!!. II. MILLN, " - EDITOR AJD P DUSHER ISSUED EVEET SATURDAY Saturday Morning, February 8, 1873. -Vicar General Storre,died in New York City, yesterday morning. -L. B. Coniver, Republican, Is elected Senator in Florida. -Senator Pomeroy has waived examina. tion in the District Court and given $20,000 bail. -It is rumored General A. E. Burnside will be appointed Commander of the U. S. Marine Corps. -Mexiteo will hold its election for Chief Justice and Magistrates of the Supreme Court to.morrow (Sunday.) -Doe't saenof yi in Helen who can demned the Right of Way 1Bil, begin to see that you made a mistake in condemnng it? -A squib in the Garette of Wednesday suggests but one reply. If it is applicable, apply it: 'Immanodest ,word, admit of soe defenme PFr a ant of deoe.c.y it want of pense. -It is understood that Assistant Secretary of the Interior Cowan lias decided to accept the Cormmissionership of Indian affairs, and it is stated that G. W. Ford, of St Louis will suteced Cowan in ...

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. — 8 February 1873

qiirdila Morning, February 8, 1873. NOT 03AD Arri"" cull ,DEljtrtsaot. OIre.« at the lwI r l,oekt' l'ut( OfIke. ·-4 - 1'. It. It.. l onlNNE, AND C. P . It. It. t~rl. "Il.,ity.d l .... .. ............. ..... 8 m at...........:a. In. IIC1.1.Y %A. I'IilI1* AND E~tllll r~llT or MoATANA.· ý; ,," 11:111, t............ 6p. m. * ,1 I't0 tuj. n Cattt.... A. 10 (nil - I:-rry fitcralct 13'a, at............ t. tti. .. .. ......... 71w. In. ,;,,,"..g~"1 % altllcrullnll day at ......... .......: p. in. I,,.i~I I ..... .........A a. in i~ ,,. I's 11.. VWN ut&. l-loLA. CEARit Cuss. A%4S I ALtA .ALLA. A Il l, ........ ........... at . p.min. ...... ............ at a. m. (h::hu AN ANDI FnrxNcli (lt'utt. Arn1" 1'1'I 1 1l"v··t to led- 5ler week. .ms «111 tlou 'Ih1iit prtrIo1ta to their ,;" . 1 1 ,.t I11 10..11. U01~i I. )ltutis -!I i. To. hto 44 i. 114. ';unttya, 10 toll1 E. S. 4TACII'OLE, P. M. BUT ILIEPETH. L. P. FISHER, 24) 2ndt Mtrrhaiatr' 1:scurhal, 'tiiu ierd Ag0"ot lit Itan Ranrlicol. .141 t...

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. — 8 February 1873

Saturday, JFebruary H, 1873., THE LALATHIEL CO.NIROVERS.. oeaaeatal de*o not swe that "Pleas"sn ictea" -SuhtsatiLatesoaraise T ohee7. uItTuon N.W N.iaul-~'IT P1ersmit im once more to reply to a *riter who seemns per'stlent in error. a IlmIlaniflte in the lust Independent. iHe commences his answer to Moinulnental by acknowledging the facts. wlhichl were stacd by one, nsnmly: That the gospel writers Sts. Matthew. Mark and Luke. all agreed in their historical r'crl'd. ttyini "a+ Iltey caMse tout of the judgntalt htall. Iletdtsg Christ out to crucify hio, tI 0y found'I onae Simllon, a Cyrellnln, pIa.ingll by UIal ie was male to Ienar thau cro..''" The writer then quiotes St. Johln to ptove ti:t 2Mark. Luke land Mlattlew spoike ttttnlsih, that Chtist carried his own crosils. I have Ito nl, the ipra.ifs given by the wliter inl she ludepentdent tare iladequate to falhify the record of .ay testaelntliltry friennls. Mlattlhew, Mark and Luke. his quotes a verse of the ltphh chapter of John wh...

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. — 15 February 1873

. 4, to. . D VOL. 4, No. 38. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, FEB., 15, 1873. WHOLE No. 189. Luc 1CL 3 ortht" fiat, UE1g LODGI, MONTANA. pATFi N' l V 5 TI NG I. . . . H i El .1. 1 . . .15 . 2.5 11 tM, II ·. . . ?.'. N..12. .14. .n. Al 1 S(nh C. N .0 1..e to.I -It- m I f '.I1. .AN. .711. .5. 141 751 a º a11. v.N. . a. 7t ,11 11r ... -. is______ .NI. To. _ u,, 11 . ,lnl nOtVrtiIf¢L ' pItahlti q nartulrt as due. qraint ndlrlrf" tiniatii e i ieiI n adteanW -.. .. .t.. i fl % tlr e e a t5111 Ier rceInt, more than reglf ar *'II nll\. 1rtf .int :, ents for the frst Insetlou 10 p,,I, Ir"'r Ilnn for icrh@ utlrretdtnr isertlon; lines .1III Woirk payable. loit irllvery. *sti()I.'Jtº1'ITtt ION UAI I CAR. . w. F. %A?4PERK, A'I"B)'()NEY AT LAW. EIrVri'K IK relE WN unrLAcr:I BwtrIuIWo, IIFpA. EA, MONTANA. JAINY E. (lALI.AWATV *.~'1"( )UNEY - A'I - LAW lZu:INlA CITY. MONTANA TE'RITOIIY. q"111 I~tlire In i tllte (onilh(i of RInord In Motita ;11,0 .lie lprom t sttntolus to aUll butler. Intru,.ted ti stteltl a ar...

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. — 15 February 1873

Note A. IL MILLS, . . - EDITOR AND PUBLISHE. ISSUED EVERI SATURDAY Sitrday Mornang, February 15, 1873. -The C. M. plays havoc with the M. C. --Bogy, Senator elect of Missouri, is high tariff man. - Thee GaereU says "Pity the Blind." All right; you have our sympathy. -Gold was up a little yesterday, the guyv ernment selling at 14 1.8 premium. -Harlan says he had $10,000 from D. rant to use in his election in lowa, but when be found out' t was U. P. R. R. Com. pany money, he wanted to send it back. -The subsidy abriekers write nll their arutcles upon the basis that it is the Helena company that is to be subsidized. As it looks to us. it is the last liable of any to get it. -The statesman of the Gazette tried his teeth on our last week's article in supportof Clsgett's Itight of Way Bill. We have had a better opinion of it since. He don't know a file with any astonishing success. -The State Department has prohibited the publication of U. S. laws, under the orders of the Department, in s...

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. — 15 February 1873

plrdii Moroing, February 15, 1873. rva;l and I)nrartnre of alls at the Deer *rI itlne lie Ot re. o-1 (5l1)n Fp. It I. R(a, c Ns, An C. P. Iit. A DSy. t... . .... ....... cDloor, I".9A. AA" V5n a n ArUas s ow MoNtAnA. arrl llly .it at............ m . ,Dally at.... a.m. Itsua Iow, Bo. rs AND Rnn MovUrxaN Ctry. Arrin-Eery siternate day, at ............. U m. gSNrtcao, PUL.r.s.ssume ClanIs CItr. aUa Anlrre-very alternate day at................7 p. m. Dcra .. .. .............. a . -. l'. I PAno. IPsownn MI*A Ona Cases u A ND WALl A Wsu.A. :r lve-Dilly .... .... ................ t T p. Ik lprt-- ' •......... ..............aIt a.. OGalAn AND 1as5on Ov3ae. ro e and I twic per week. CAII malawill cl.o, the night previous to their derlart Lre a It p. aII. Orrllc Ilovus.-t a. m. to I p. m. S.aday, tot I <. n.: 5 to 7 p. m. IL. s.BTACKPOL, P. M. L. P. FISHER,sandl Mechante' ahange, II our authorised Agent In San tractacio. Mrtluiutt-The ecorid QlarterlI Meeting ln' Drir Irwlaue MtaItlo will ...

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. — 15 February 1873

sier Ps rth-*W't, Stmnay, February I1, 1873, O AlllATIONl OF THE dAILRUAD COO* PAlY. U-oWIU ami a , U IS em. The M. N P. A U. Railroad Company perfected its organiatlion on Thursday. According to the notice which has been pub lished in the papers for some weeks, the first election for Directors took place. Four hundred and hirtysiz votee representing that number of 'hares of sock subscribes were caet, resulting in the choice of the fol* lowing Directors: Charles l. Dahiler. Utah ; Samuel Word and J. E. Callaway, Madison county; Dr. A. [kumme, Gallmtin c ulty; Jodn Keet Ing Jefferson county; Moses Moore, John Kin na, D. A. G. Floweree. A M. lHolter, . F. Hauser, Henry Klein, C. A. Brmadwater and Cornelius l.edges. Lewis and Clark county. At a me.eting of the Iliard of Directors. held at the offlic of the COmpany on the evening of Fubruary Oth, at which were preenat all the resident Dire tors and John Keating. of Jefferson cunty, the Ba.rd was fully organised by the choice of the feol...

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. — 22 February 1873

5rw* _ _ S. .-........ .~ i i ~ ..-.. i-.--- i i ·-- ii---- - i ----- n - " - ;-- - - --~- - VOL. 4, No. 34. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, FEB.. 22, 1873. WHOLE No. 190. .---.a-" .- ".' = .m:em. - I . , T I ,, . .am.m amm s A * A eI 4W li e l c i L i o r t h - 'c ot DEER LODGE, MONTANA. j~ u 1 I'. IIr VI. t .' $5.1 $7. $N ' t. 5144 $ 8I 1 : :. r. . a. . r 7. . i444 1116 141 '4 it) !4A .4Ig iW.. 1 11. .1 . .a.S. . .:AI,. 73. 1:111 It It r.' Ir l~nleti ;411vgbt grinrterli a. der. T, . it d Ii-lI~ I j Iii eg~lcN44. ll 1III flC4'.e . I hn r. jour r ent II C'4. m4or4e than regulnar il-n'1 nl~ rtl 1.' u e 1uf the flr.t insrrtion: 10 .it mwi.. for ru)l b 44444'4xCint bintiatton; lines tot. in14 Noniitr 4414 'I .inre. l'I ( 11'1iP44IONAL, CUARIL. AT'TO1LNIY 1'M W. F. SANIJERS, . ATTOH<,ItNEEY AT LAW. (Irri. L IN TIHE WHIerLATrCl BhUILDING, ?1FNA. ...... .MONTANA. JAMES E. (ILLAWVAr, .\'1" 'TO1:I":1'Y-AT-LAW \l' II;NIA CITY, MONTANA TERIIITORIY. 'I 4I I 44'' 444'In nil thl (4eilrta 4)o littCOrd In...

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. — 22 February 1873

JAI 3. NMIW, . .3DITOrr ,iD A ti_1 IElUDE EIVEY SATURDAY Satvday Mredu , February 22. 1873. ._.---- -Oud . iu * -- - Ger. Gareld ms the nBeu has passed a ill abolishlng the oles of Superintenad eats of Indisas and ceated in their sted a corps of Inspectors. -The aet trasferring control of the Peno itentlarie to the Territore requires the At torney General to make the trMnfer "Imms diately" after the passage of the set. -In the Home on Wedneday Wood ia troduced a resolution for the Impeachmebt of Colfax. The House refused by a vote of 10 yees to 109 Osys to consider the resolu tin. -An tem was tInserted In the army ap propristion bill in the Seatse. Thersday, appropriating $200,000 for the establish ment of two new military posts on the line of the Northern Pacifc Railroad. -It having been discovered that the Asi asic Telegraph Company bhave not means to build the line but intend to sell the frsn. chase, Csserly has moved to reconsider the vote and the bill is considered dead. - Mini...

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. — 22 February 1873

,yurda)y lorning, February 22, 1873. -- - lrri' l and Iepnarture or Mlls at the Deer Irr l]e Pemt O~lee. -o - (...Nv r'. t. It.. (o4,1Nua -1U C. P. RI IL Ar . f ut' . I lll . t. ... ................ ...... p. rri. . .nll at............ ... . m. ,i, atp. ly at.... I. m. ,ll' bit "..W, |Il'TTE AND RED MOI'uTAIt CIT. . Arm. E.r y altern:.te day, at............. Sp m. t at .............. . m. selrTl . no, PHII.LIaIror CABL CITT. AND Arri ..Il"uy alternat.e day at................7 p. m. I.klNrt ... .... ..............&.a. M. pr, ' I'Iu. Pb.urnl. MI..4orLA. CEDAR ClaI. AIL W'ALI.A WALLA. .- ..............at 7 p. m. 1,.'-- . .......................... .. atla m. (;IL:nAN AND Far.Nl (JuLcu. Arv, anIl, I·al twir.a pir week. 1r.411 mnfl .a ll cloe the nlght previous to their dpel"~tinre at 11 1. at. 0 rt, ,t Ilut u1 -9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 11 S .& 5. STACKPOLE, P. M. ". P. FIISHER.o 2and Il Merchants' Exlchage, ,,,;r not urimd Aget In Man Franciaco. JIJELIG1OULs. c(,t l,- I...

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. — 22 February 1873

Sattrtly , Febrary 22 .1873, CiLAEmrT UTAH SPEECH. NE igIasstSUE MOEiMi QIuETIO LED "WIP 'E IP" U IVILY. Awe wm**o m rl um . In the House, on Juoe 36th, the amend, ment that Utah be ineorporated in the Bill admitting Colorado as a State, being under considelrtioS. Mr. Clages made ai ageg mnent occupyng several columnsof the Globe, citing the laws of Utah at length, and show. log why, under present circumstances, Utah should not be admitted to ltatehood. Tth argument was made on the legal points in volved, and no reference was had to the church in its religious aspoect, but it settled the question for the Utah admission, and exposed a condition of tafairs which Mr. Hooper. the Delegate of Utah, felt e lled upon to putty sad varnish over. He wrote out and read the nest day, a half hour reply, and made a thrust or two at Clagets and his speech, intended to annihilate them, but which wakened up the boy, and Billy forth with went for that leathen Chines and Mormonism generally in such a ...

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. — 1 March 1873

O. LE O , H. I, 1 . owo VOL. 4, No. 35. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, M'VA4 OH..1I,;1873. WHOLE ITo. 11 Bre i !;ca ! 1o It-itc t.t SEER LODGE, MONTANA. " 1~ý;'1: AIIVIAg'jFtiiINu. 5 . t l y(K - , ý'"' 4 ~ .: ! !~ i i.F1.1, $:l ' td *1i'j .1 . 1r.. Y:, sta .411. :n, I 4 1{ ,:'' 1 . '.10. .14. .11.' 4i. :$h fib : i: S 11{ . d1, C.S ,,1 IfN. 14UPO I Mº R, i~ 14*IINIIII! n i i~a)r~tuI qaertolrl me dliii. :wn'n~ ri 04 p 'I (r ( itt oethinf rciliir 'It 1wi1 prIto(i,r NII')'44(PI((IIl1L tuseitiun; lIucs , Witk 1.uyzhl," oil ethllivrrvr. «" . P. K A 11) RK AT'1"1'O Il1 XE AT LAW. Etr)-rl 1: IN TIIE %%UITh.AT'"l IILn.,lhu, I:NA. ]M.............ONTANA. JI1F:ý E. ('ALLAWAAV, .fI"'( )fNEY-AT-LX\.V 'li:i INIA (T'1r'Y. %IONTANA TEI1RJ1TWIY. t0p ' I n ti. ol In.- ('ouri of !l.eurd In Mttlaol i i it :1k-It lou tU aIll buIueih. dUlru..tAd I I.II," I n ~ li I'I)n C I~ent ('1,,I tlone noel draft, I, Inotu.nlI,i ~.PoserI of Attorney. j 1 fl i:,lnii ' i-rret¶ry of ltheT~rritury. p. :'un IILI. . N. I). 1.. 3. IoI...

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. — 1 March 1873

jV U. ULlS, " ... UDrosAD ?rosme IUIeD sVIyI SAYURDAY sir iday Mrl, Manch 1, 1873. -The blockade on the U. P. R. R. open. ea agai Thuday. -The Carilts are marching en Navarr and acquiring strength. The yoeng Re public is nearly old enough for It baptism. -The Seaste on the 5thb, aged to the appropriation establishlng two new military pots on the line of the Northern Pacific Railroad. -A despatch on Thursday says "it now locks s it nil appropristions and other lm. portant bill will be psed before Tueday obviating the necessity of n Estra Session." -A Ire in the 3d Districtof New Orleans Thursday, burned sia squares bounded by t. Cloud, Daupbhin and Mandeville streets and Washington Avenue. Lose, $250,000; !00 families houseless. -The Oneida Community has saved _$12,000 in two years.-Eb. This does not nefer to our Oneida neighbors down in Idaho. If Jt had meant them it would have said "salt down" Instead of "asve." -McEnnery, oneof the Governore of Tou mann, has ordered the Immediate ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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Saturday Moralng, March 1, 1873. Arral and Iptrtre *r llts tthe Deer S-0 .5--O- ('soN P. IL .. Cotosam. AND C. P. . . Arrive-Dally.at ..... . ............. ....... p. pepart- " ............. .. ..... ..... l a m 1AcVro·or, O RLSTA. Vmelr s IrAs eATsI PAst or MoeYAuA. Ar~ve--Daly, Mat...........6 p. I. ertI-DIalIy at.... m... ntLvsL Bow, BDtrI ano Ran MoUTArr l Cmry. Arrive-Every alternate day. at............. ISp.m Depart- a" t............. Sa. . . J.muersm. d, Pa.LuPstae CAsLs Car. Das Arrivel-very alternate day at............... p. m. Dep(i. - ' ........ .......8 . . Pass' Pn, Plowua. MIslou.£. CIDAst Csa AND WAIl.A WAL&.. A rlve-DaIlly ........ ................. at 7 p. m. )repart- " ........... .................atA.m. OGr.au AN IPsnauc Orcua. Amvre and t.p tke per week, g'"AlI mlle will eloe the ilght previous to to their d•parture at 10 p. as. Olres Ilouil.- a. m. tol p. . Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m.; 6 to 'p. m. L S. STAC.POLE P. M. L. P. FlHNER,S01ndll Merchant' Erchange, is ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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09 ft) gerf4t st0 Saatrdis, Marct 1, 1873, THE £IKWERARTIN. For more then thirty yers a new syster of daratilon for the training ,,f little child ten has been known and practieed largely in Genaay7. Itis mled Fl'robel's Kinder garten method, and from its excellence and success, deserves epecial attention. What, then, isa kinderlarten? First, let me cl yeaour attentioe to tbeipeuinln of the word-"a garden for children"-which a.. in itself, very suggestive. The analogy of education to the gardener's art is very striking, and FPotel evid"ntly meant to symbolise, by the name he gave it, the spirit and plan of his system. I1 pre supposes gardeners of tmhe aind, who are quite aware that they have as little power to override the characteristic Individuality of the child as the gardener of the plants to say that a lily stell be a rose; but who. nevertheless, must feel responsible for the perfection of the development, in so far as removing every impediment, preserving every condition, and p...

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