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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 January 1874

81st gjtw path~est. DEER LOOCE, IMOTANA. HATES OF AD'TERTISING. a "' .I . 4t .14 . . a0 48 Sfonts ..2 !. 5. . ~..o .. . 1. . I , • "1- - ...J M .*, o S7. .10-.1 I. 18 .4. .85 60 . 9.leh . .15. .. 0. .50. ' 11t0 Y1 i6 I.25. .40.I0 -1 .70.1.90.;14Ol t Rle tllar vivertittnLn payable quarterly as due. Trlialent tiveriiring payable in advance. .)p, ,isil Noires are 50 per cent. more than regular iv, ti're~n jute. I . .:tl ulv.,rti[ine 15 cents for the first Insertion; 10 cellti, p'r line for each succeetding Insertion; lines o alatetl in Vonlpariel nmenlre. .0o, Work payable on delivery. I' It () E~SIONAL CATID. ATTO &RNI.Ye 1. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. FFrrICE IN TillE \HI'LATCH BUILDINO, III,.ENA. - MONTANA. Phlyricinvllw an d iurgeonl. I. E. HOLMES, M. D., P'liy l."In al ndl it MIurlg eon, -Office one door north of IPotofilce DrFEl 1.OD)GE .................... MONTANA. 'r,lnpt attention by day or night to patients in toLt or cotlltry. [216tf A. H. MITCHIELL, M. D., I'll yaeilc'...

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. — 24 January 1874

JAS. IL MILLS. - " - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. "Suubscribers ordering a paper chtanged from one address to another must gies name of postofce to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -The Senate ren.nitionpassed Thursday, prohibits printing any speeches in the Rec ord not actually delivered. -An old woman in Durham, England, claims Brigham Young as her long lost hus band. He deserted, and came to America forty years ago.-Ex. That must be hlim. If Brigham is not a Durham-Englisher, what is he ? -We publish in this issue the times and places of holding terms of Supreme, United States and District Courts during the year 1874. It will be seen considerable change has been made. -The people of Boise have selected Gov ernor Bennett to go to Washington and assist in getting Col. Chapman's bill through and have raised him a thousand or so for expense money. -Seeing the trouble the P'resident has had in getting his Chief...

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 January 1874

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. \ 1,' i,:y W. Jones is hereby authorized as General (nelvassing Agent for the NEW NORmn-WEs.,. That's a11 the introduction he neede. It.lL lGIOUIT. liev .. It. Rls€el will preach in the Court House. Sunday, at 11 a. in, Rev. T. J. Flowers will preach in the .anme place at 7 p. m. t'.:ns Snid;l School at the C(o'rt Hoage at S1 P Quarterly Meetings. ,.ecCond quarterly meet uae for Deer Lodge District. M. E church. South; Virgiain Clty. February 7th and 8th. sh ('reek. ' 14th and 15th. Mound ,Iinge. tat Warm Springs School House; Fh, hi.r)V 26th an1:d, Match lst. S. J. CATLIN, P. E. Times of Holdi:ng Courts of the Territory. oi i'ileaI SoI'RT.-D. .. WADE, r. G. S.EIsr and 1I. KNOWLES, J'UDmOC. At cnit ill i.y, let Monday in J.anuary and 2d llModay in A4ugnut. -I. s. DISTRICT COURTS. Fir-t Diotrict. F. (. Servias. Judge-At Virginia (City. '-t MondayI in April. 2d MonLday in September. .c-onild District. Iliram Knowles, Judge-At Deer I. l...

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. — 24 January 1874

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. OBSERVATIONS. BY MAX ADELER. From the S itunday Eveninr Post. It is now, we believe, definitely settled that the Brigges will have to move away from their house next door to Biggses. Mrs. Biggs went down to Salem to spend a week, a short time ago, and she wrote a letter home to her husband, which she di rected to their residence. Of course the stupid postman left the epistle at the house of Briggs; and Mrs. B. seeing a letter written by a woman, directed, as she sup posed, to her husband, was immediately on fire with jealousy and curiosity. She de termined to open it. It began with "3My dearest," and ended with "Your loving Amelia." One of the sentences contained this information: " must tell you, dar ling, that I wore the diamonds you gave me to church on Sunday, and they were universally admired." When Mrs. Briggs had read all this, she uttered a fearful scream and fainted away. Upon reviving, she put the letter in her pocket, and deter mined to leave t...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 January 1874

DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATESl OF ADVERTISING. J _ C E I C, C .C .C7 ' q2 F5 I 7 G~ .U^. I21$ a " 4 e :10.8 12. 13..2. 33, 408 1 lfointb G. 10. '.14.- .10. .25. & 5 9. .13..1 .-.: 1Year .ti .25_~i_4061.5_70. .90.'1401250 1; t~r.TheIrtisiti, payable quarterly as due. i'~~tn dvr'isine payable in advance. ýi ," ;jo ic,,ri- are 'Al per centt. more than regular Itie rtki-ill 17) vents for the first insertion; 10 ,;rlne for each succeedinag insertion; lines LaU)I gjS104[NAL C:A2RI. W.F. SANDERS, A'['1'OIZNEX AT LAW. liP-lENA. -MONTANA. l'las tijeht~tts at Litt ktlinrgeolls. L. . IM3Z, M. Dl., 1.11yr~lmIt~lflu t andl!3urgfeofl. t ile, one door nirth of Postofitce liP--l; !,01)( .... ............ MONTANA. i'~ t attetion byv day or night to patients in _4SrCortnier of D. anil Third street', l):;ht Luit(t,, - - -. MONTANA. 1'.-,"apt :Iite on ii by nighth or day to patients in t,"'. lRnivrr., I). C. CORBINt, lreid- ent.. Cashier I' ir"t.NaatiOssUl hIank, Main Street., Heleina, Montana. It~r~i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 January 1874

THE NEW NORTH-WEST, DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY31, 1874. I T.4. The Actors in the Last Prnatw,.. JAS. 11. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY 8ATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. SJSubscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name ofpostoffie to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -The U. S. ,upreme Court has adjourn ed to March 2d. -Caleb Cushing will leave for Madrid early in February. -Edwin M. Lewis is elected trustee of Jay Cooke & Co., and confirmed by the Court. -Dr. Livingstone is dead again. It is probably true this time, but nobody will believe it. -The U. S. Supreme Court decisions will now have more Waite to them than ever before. -Councilman Newcomer has favored us with copies of bills introduced. The mem bers would enable a more intelligent ex pression concerning their labors. and per haps secure better legislation by sending the press of the Territory copies of all hills printed. -Th...

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. — 31 January 1874

iiNOR HI1-GEST, IE~I~OO ~XNTA SATIflDAY, JANARY3,1849 SATURDAY~, JANUARY 31, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACINlT. 11. _;..A. ,Toes te hereby authorized as General ('Y51osn I~ A~.Int for the. Naw NOIITU-WEaT. That's ail Ith introductioni he needs. ices .1. R. linedi will preach in the (rott Hiouse. pandas, a"v p. mn, lieu. T1. J1. Fltowcta Kitl prese) in tie" ,'iltC 1)11cc att 11it. mO. I' tis Sunday S boot at the Cuo-trt House at 2,, p v. Quarterly Meetings. S . Trl (ntltliiir taco Tt~z5 for Decer Lodl~e District. Hi. E chrchtt S-huith tit-nitii (ity. February 7th and 8th. }kindll `prints, (at. Warm Springs School Houser E'hrnCITy 2sth tidi, M, ttinc 1sot. S. .J. CATiIiN, P. 1E. Tinmes of Holding Courts of the Territory. ii .t:ie (:e.'T.-tI. ", WADtE, T. G'. eriteto atnd n. At V-inui-t ri 'l, 1st Miotoli itn Janus-yi and 2d I . S. IDtS'tItCT t toUItT5. LI-! mon-t.it F. G. Tiet vi,. Judge-At. Virginia City, T-1 thin lsiy in At-il.l,1MT~a It itlyin Septetiubtr. -I" t I tlsretnicl. iratti Ktow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 January 1874

TD INEW NORTH-WEST, DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. OBSERVATIONS.BYMXAEt. From the Sittirday Ev.'nlni; P'ort They tell of a man in Maine who refused to get up and light the fire, and as his wifc said she wouldn't, they remained in bed thirty-seven hour's before the matter was fettled. Our sympathies are, of course, with the woman, and we may be permnitted) to entertain a regret that it did not occur to her to perform a great deed of self-sacrifice upon this occasion. How noble and beau tiful would have been the example set her husband, how touchingly would sihe have shown her wifely devotion, how keenly would she have made him feel his meanness if she had risen anti made the tire-if she had risen, we say, and made a fitre under thte bed in order to rout him out ahlof a sudden! A woman who throws away such a cltane as that is false to her duty to her sex. Briggs used to be very fond of a priacticatl joke, but lie takes less interest in suc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 February 1874

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. Sf O'' ADVERTISING. $5 $7. $s. $10. *2(pig :. ... . U10. .12. .15. 25 40 ! h. 12. .14. .20. 3 , 4, 10. .14. .16. .25. 38, 55 I ..12. .AS. .24:; .55. 60' 75 S . . 1. 2'S. .30> 50. 70'10,j .1 ). .1:,.'3 . 3. .50.1 75. 1.1 160 +; .e2:. du .55..'0. .lb 140 250 Ira 5I , rt tn payable quarterly as due. ruigpybein advance. S o per cent. more than regular I,.,: 15 cuntS for the first insertion : 10 ftr each Pt1ceedinIg. insertion; linea .,It,. l \onphtrid measure. I! } k r1 P IhIo m (lk d elive ry. 1 I 1"1''~`ý1)NA.L CARDI). 'F. SANDERS, \T-'i1'NEY AT LAW. ,, . I i W Ir LATCn itt'1.in n, !111t.NL A - MONTANA. I'Ii yrIlI and Eu airgeonsl. ", HOLMES3 M. D., alay sl.la d 4 Mtit r=e o0 , ( i r oe ,four north of 1'o'toflice .... ...............MONTANA. 1 tio T by day or night to patients in teown ..m .(ilitf A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., Pit steinn and Burgeon. ( dtre colter of D. and Third Ptrecte, l. 11)1 ' - l- - MONTANA. pl onl :teion by nitiht or day to patio ttfs in ICAN I...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 February 1874

tj1zs 'yrr w L tw Go rT h -W c% t , f JAM. H. MILLS. - - .ZEDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1874. IDSubscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name of postofice to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -Delegate Chaffee has introduced a bill to increase the number of Associate Justices in Colorado to four. -Isn't it remarkable that with the num ber of Smiths and Jones' there are in the country, none of them have yet been elected President? -Andy Johnson has declared in favor of the Grangers. If the Grangers can survive this fact, there is no meagre limit to their glorious destiny. -Chas. Astor Bristed, recently deceased, was "Carl Benson" of the literary world, -and-a giandson of John Jacob Astor, a por tion of whose wealth he inherited. -C. B. 22, in relation to roads and high ways, ought to be a well-devised bill. The Council had it under consideration in Com mittee of the Whole for several...

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 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. W, lty W. Jones is hereby authorized as General ('anea~sng Agent for the NEW NORTH-We T. That's all the introduction he needs. It1(lalGIOUTI. U OsN Sunday School at the Court House at 2m p Y. QrAn rnLY MtETING.-The M. E, Church quarter ly meetiug will commence Saturday, Pebruary 7th. mid cotidne during the week. Iev. J. A. Van Anda Hill preach Saturday evening: also Sunday morning anl geeing. Love Feast on Sunday morning at 10 Quarterly Meetings. Second quarterly meetings for Deer Lodge District, .t. E t'hurcb. South: Virginia City. February 7th and 8th. Fish (reek, 14th and 15th. Mound Springs, (at Warm Springs School House, rlibruart 34th and, March let. S. J. CATLIN, P. E. Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. srIierti COURIT.-I). Si. WADE, r. G. sEl~iVS and H. KNOWLES, JUDiiS.. At Virginia City. let Monday In January and 2d Mornday~ in August. U. S. DISTRICT COURfTS. Fir-t istierict. F'. GI. Servie. Judge-At Virginia City, 1u...

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. — 7 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. OBSERVATIONS. BY MIAX ADELER. From the Saturday Evening Poet. We are informed by an English paper, which is very exultant over the fact, that "an antiquary, after a long and painful ex amination of old documents, has discovered that the name of Chaucer's mother was Ag nes." It is probable that no tongue will ever be able to tell what a load this takes off our mind. For years we have been haunted by a dark and dismal dread that it would turn out that Chaucer's mother's name was Mary Jane. It brooded over us like a nightmare; it haunted us like a gob lin. We would wake up at night and feel the cold chills run down our back as we meditated that that woman's name was Mary Jane. We felt that if it should be found out that she had that name, all the happiness would be blotted from our life, existence would become a burden, annihi lation would be bliss, and groceries and marketing useless baubles. But her namne was Agnes, and things are serene again. That is, th...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 February 1874

ghtC cw gaorth- eS. DEER LODGE, MONTANA. , VI OF ADVERTISING. . $2 $'1 $ $ 7. o 8.$10.$1$20);3 . : . 12..14. .20. .13 48 1 e..tt . 5 ... .10.!.14.'.16.;.25. 38 55 . lu..12. .18.1.24.+.85. 60 75 1. .12. .15. .22. .30. '.0. 70 100 . 11. .15.. 25. .15. .50. 75.130 160 S I .2. .40. .55. 70. .00. 1401250 r eli,'rt 'inn payabhle qluarterly as due. r,. - it ,verii. in' payable in advance. ; , Ntir, arle o (r cent. more than regular v''t i, i- " 15 re:ts for the first insertion; 10 - 'r lin far each succeedini insertion; lines Ie. \ V,r N o :p lri l l m . s': u re. ,To., \Work t.:e} atbb' on delivery. 'It a ( ' _ -,---:IO)NAl. CAUD. ;s. F. SANDERS, \i"')INEY AT LAW. t II E IN THE WIl1 .ATCln BUILDrIor, Ii ETI'-A. - MONTANA. i It r(' i:lrls a ind ui 'rg(onst. - I R. L....u.. . ... ........ ........... ONTANA. I t ia1. ! l by d ly or nihhit to patients in [2ltftf A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., P i I c' It It I 1 (1 d t1i r g a u n . (!lcir,. nel",w r of D. and Third -treets, ':i: Lt) 1.. - MONTANA. '...

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. — 14 February 1874

`te CW U t ot h-W est. JAS. H. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1874. t"Subseribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name of postoffice to sohich it has been sent as suell as that to wehich it is to be sent. -Harvey was sworn in as Senator from Kansas on Thursday. -The National Grange at St. Louis adopted an elaborate and in most respects an excellent series of resolutions. -The 32fnfanian says the bill fixing the compensation of Auditor and Treasurer, was finally pIassed, allowing each of these officers $1,500. -Alger got in a good one in that notice of a bill to reimburse Sanders, IIauser, Word, Largey, Dahler and others, for mon eys expended in engineering railroad bills, etc. One for Joseph. --The Montana Press lha; certainly been slow during this session of the Legislature. Not one of them has had a regular or spec ial correspondent writing up the Legislative record. It is without precedent in the Ter r...

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. — 14 February 1874

Nor znath-1tttit ý. U) ,AY, F'LBHLAfX 14, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. * m:r- is hrcehy authurized as (czeral _" t ftr th. NýF.WN(FIITH Wr-W . That's t . ..:n s Iwo',nt ii Coirn Io. at 24 p V TIrer c-The M. E. Chreih qunrter ail imunr Sitarity, reebritary '7th. !;n thce iek. Ita,. J. A. Van Anda h I ii ~n rinq also Suniday mnomina F t 'i -1Iuil~y' oritilIIg ait 10 Quarterly Meetings. u r: ti t!,:h tin for Deer Lodge District, , . V ,run ry 7th and lth. . " 1th and 1, th. I - t Warm ipriugs School Hlouse) S. J. CATLIN, P'. E. T:..r-' of (ld-ing Courts of the Territory. S , I . '.--D . FAIDE F'. (i. EIL VI.S and Hr. l, I1., Ji DGE... . ( . :·, ;" :=:) ?LM :d.:y i:n Jaunlar' and 2d S. i. Ith>Ti t CT 'O 'l.'i' . i . . : . ;. . erl'vis. Jui e'--At Vireinia City, :, -. ri. 21 M.ouday in September. : 1 . i, t. iram n K t nowlcr, Julld -At Deer I . ' ., iv in April, 1t M,uilnay in. Septem - i ll A i in 1 Piiii'ni r. ! . S. Wade. Jl.,'--At lHlena, n t a . tarch. lit Mmudly in .inte, and le...

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. — 14 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1874. DISSENTING OPINION ON THE ALIEN LAW. The Law Maintained tobe in Accordanoe With the Organic Act. Dissenting Opinion By Hiram Knowles, Juitice. The Territory Respondent, In Supreme vs. Court, Terni 3,000 ft. of mining ground tory of Mont., and Fouk Lee, Appellant. J Jan. Term, '7. I cannot agree with the nmajority of the Court in this case for the following reasons: When a citizen ofbthe United States lo cates any portion of the public domain con taining precious minelris, in accordance with the local rules and regulations of miners, the govcpment o'f the United States becomes digested of an easmenc t in that particular portion of the public domain, and the person who locates this ground ac quires alu asement therein. To the extent of this easement ihat par eel of mining grounul ceases to be public domain. The governmlent has parted with the title to this extent, and a citizen has acquired it. This court has hell this view in the case of Robertson re. Smi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 February 1874

1he Sar joetihWst. DEER LODGE, MONTAKA. BATES OF ADVERTISING. 92. 7 8 .; 95 .4. ~ .20 $ . 4 7.5.. .1ii. .10. .12.1.15.1 250! 41. #.1'. .8.1 . 0. 4. 16 72. . t0.;12.5.14.70 0.i 3'4S I't ar advertising payable quarterly as due. Tr. nit adveriisinll payable in advance. : N tiee+ are 50 per cent. more than regular lutv rtijin: 15 cents for the first insertion :10 i pr line for each succeeding insertion; lines ;:"d in Nonitariel measure. Workpayable on delivery. I'lU)F':StIZtNAL. CA~lt . W. F. SANDERS, .. TT1'O(lNEY AT LAW. OrFlE IN THE WHT ILATCH BUILDING, IlElNA, - - MONTANA. Il yricl" aus and Surgeons. u. 3. HOLMES, M. D., JSI ys~ Itelan and Surgeon, Sf(llee one door north of Po-tofl1ce 1F11 LOIGE..........................MONTANA. mpti.!fl rtention by di, or night to patients In two (r r"onitry. 1216tf A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I' ys.ician andSurgeon. -Office Corner of D. And Third streceta, PEER LODGE, - - .. - MONTANA. 'ronlpt attention by night or day to patients in town or eo.lntrv. ...

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. — 21 February 1874

JAS. IL MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLiOtER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874. 1-Subscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must giON name *fpostojle to which it has been sent as well Me that to which it is to be sent. -Telegraph line "busted" below Malad. -"Whither are we Drifting?"-Deseret Newr. Down stream, of course. -A Government party to survey the pro posed Ship-Canal across the Isthmus, is to sail from Pensacola in the U. S. steamer Pensacola, Feb. 26th. -We were in error in saying Mr. New comer's school law failed in the House. It was tabled, but was subsequently taken up and became a law. It is said to be a good enactment. We have not seen the amended bill. -The Legislature came to the mark right generously in the Centennial appropriation. Montana should be represented magnificent ly at the great Worlds Exposition in Amer ica, and $5,000 will enable the Commission ers, to assist exhibitors in that purpose. -The Legislature wisely left 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. — 21 February 1874

vr''R DAY, FEIIRUA~tY 21. 18; ý. NEW NO5RTH-WEST ACENT. v.- Toiin'~r it heih iiutlirized as (.eneral .x;",,-°II:_ Iit for th.ý New NoIUtrn-lS's.9T. That's Shoo at IijthitiCort Iloore at 2. e t:%r1 Sit 'e.-'h 11 M. E. Church quarter. (' iii rtiititti Saturday, Fehrnury 7th. t iiliiiiiniii the~ week. 11cr. J. A. Van Andn -,i t a~dt eiiutii n nt-o Sutndaev morniun 1,m" ciut on mrdiy morning; at 10 Quarterly Mcotings. . i i' n~°T utiitge for D~eer Lod~ze District, ,i a. chrii rs 7th snl thiI. 14th andl Inch. v,,p L.iit WCarm Spinjtis S~chool Ilntire) Iti. ATNY.. Timn-s of Holding Courts of the Territory. 44 , .-u. S. WA1D1 . 4. G. -}:n Is ndl II. A - , -. Monday in January and 2d 3.- 0 - 1 . I , 441 *is. J4 ge-At Virgini(4 ('it). ;l d.1i 3l .10ay in September. et. Iliram Knowle., Jud.e-At Deer III. (4 5i April. 14t 31 41way in Septem ¾. : ]-t 3!low1l:y in I14 e.tuher. :1) ?I" 1. S. '. Wade. Jhuihae-At Helena. 1.t 1f n in Mlfr4'i, 1,t ionnday in June, and let 'fTEHHT1'"OHIAL (O1'RtTS. I ...

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. — 21 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874. ALEAF FROM EARLY MONTANA HISTORY. Zstabliahing Xiaaloas-Traditions and E~aminiscenoes of the Indians. BY CHARLES SCHAFFT. tTbe following paper was written in 1867, but bha regained unpublished until the present time.] (CONCLUDED FROM LAST WEEK.) But to return to the early Fathers. The field upon which they had entered was not, indeed, an easy one. HARDSHIPS OF THE MINISTRY. Being far away from the haunts of civili sation, with no means of obtaining inform ation or supplies, they were often thrown into the most embarrassing circumstances. Their necessities compelled them to turn their attention to the mechanical arts and all kinds of hard labor. Many times they were reduced to live upon such food as they could procure from the Indians; their clothing was occasionally reduced to mere rags; and, as an instance in regard to the latter, the following illustration is here given: Father Zerbenati, the only one* of the Fathers who thus far found his grave in the...

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