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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 February 1874

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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. — 28 February 1874

JAB. iH. MILLS. - - EDITOR AND P'BLISIIR ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. -ISr'ubscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must gite name of postojlee to which it has been sent as well as that to awhich it is to be sent. -Senator Mitchell made an elaborate and able speech on the introduction of the Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Railroad Bill. -Whichever town may get the Seat of Government it is quite evident the question is furnishing the Helena and Virgiaia news papers a heap of capital for the editoria's and a heap of editorials for the Capital. -Daniel McLaughlin formerly editor of the Salt Lake Videlte, and now a practicing Attorney in Cheyenne, writes to Maj. John P. Bruce that citizens of that place are endeavoring to get permission from the Secretary of Interior to allow an expedition from Cheyenne to pass north and join the Bozeman Expedition on the Yellowstone. -In the Senate, Wednesday, Schurz and Morton had an interesting verbal set-...

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. — 28 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. \ ,..;;. W. Jones is hereby authorized as General (,aJva sig Ag,'nt for the NEW NORTH-WESr. That's nal the introdl'cion he needs. ICt 1I .G1 U0 . I'tr.t.TERIrAl.-Services will be held at the Court liu-e itt 11 a. m. and 7'0 p. m. to-morrow, Rev. J It Rlekell., officiat in: 's.mu sun l::v school at the Co.trt lou:tsl atIM P airt AT!:r.Y %IFETING- -Tthe M. E. Church qnarter , iul . win: t!! comnmen.ci S:aturday, February 7th. n:l It,,:'t i Iuriin the: wek. lIev. J. A. Van Anda "i' Strday 'l.i4 also Sunday mornite aId t"C\Slin. Love Ft'al.et on Sunday morning at 10 Quarterly Meetings. ,, 'll r.,;,cily meetiOn!- for Deer Lodge District. It. I' c.lurn 't. South : Vlr i (inia ('t. February 7th and 5th. .'Ebh (rt'k, " 1 th and 13th. ,)11ud Springs. tat Warm Springs School Ilouse) ' "ir .ry loth anl, March It. S. J. ('ATLIN, P. E. Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. .'I:rit.ME ,iT.--I. N. WADE, F. G. .ERVtit A(1d H. ENOWLEP. JUD)nGE. ...

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 February 1874

SATURDAY, FEBIIIRUARY 8, 1874. O 8SE.aV l, IG S. BY MAX Ai)t.LETi. Out in Toledo, O)hio, the othler day, a well-known citizxn received a box winch, upon being opened, exploded. It was an infernal machine, sent to himn by an enemiy. Of course everybody has been scary since then, and the ilmpre.sion preva:ils that this kind of thing is" beclming too crnmmon. Mr. Conroy of Toledo received anuothcr one last week. The express company br iught to his house a iln:ll wood:tlnl box, andl he knew at the lii:t glance that it was an infer nal iacisine. lle carrind it out in the most gingelly manner to the yard and placed it on thle bottom of an inverlcd bucket. Then he bou.lht t, Ipn d.ls of gunlpowder and lacedt it undir tie bucket uid laid a train of pIwdtl:r aboat 10:) yards to the door of the kitchen. Tl' n C(,onroy lit a miatch in thc kitchen, aod at ter lighting: tl, trin hi ' (l+d.di d in quickly and clot d ,the door. Tl'he witile fundy Mtood it the windtl:ow to see the iiirnild m0 a e s...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 March 1874

Pew o tjddii tst.t 0.55 Est 4140"o3LA. VIIcOFElesSIQAL V&DU. ATTORNEYS W. F. SANDEIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. (rrJcZm Tu g Wur' N BILIfa, HELENA, - MONTANA, Pt'yrleians and Surgeons. L. H. HOLMIS, M. D., P i-yh aielan and 3 urg eon, -Oflice one door north of Postoice- DEER LODGE, ........................MONTANA. Prompt attention by day or night to patients in tOtwn or colIutry. (*16tf A. H. MITCHELL4, M. D., Ph ysi ela n and Surgeon. -offce Corner of D. and Third streets, )ERIR LODGE, - - MONTANA. Prompt attention by night or day to patients in town or country. 1216.tf 13ANKE R . S. T. IIAUlER, . P er President... First National Bank, Main Street, Helena, Montana. DISItNATTED DI)EPOTORY OP THI UWNITD STAT.I FIRST NATIONAL BANK - -or I )EER LODGE. W. A. CLARK. President. H. W. DONNELL. Vice-President. 8. E. LARABIE, Cashier. Draw Exchange on All the Principal Cities of the World. NEW YORK CORRESPONDENTS, Donnell, Lawson & Co., No. 4 Wall Street. 79J-l y I.AN D ENTRIE=. LAND ENTRIES....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 March 1874

JA a. l. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND I'UBLISIIEIR ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY - SATURD*AY, MARCH.I1, 41874. WISubscriberr orderir.g a paper chanaged rfom one address to another must give name of postofjce to which it has been sent as well as.. that to which it is to be sent.. -" Emergency ' hotels are talked of for the Philadelphia Centennial." It looks as though the whole Centennial had put up at one of the hotels already. -An-ex-member of the Legislature is en gaged this winter trapping beavers down on Snake Itivei.-Montanian. By latest sadicls from that qualter. We learn he i=. but he hadn't o.ter. -If the autopsy of the Siamese Twins proves anything it proves their children tns r which are not so eminently unfortlunate as might at first be suplposed. -The Helena Assay Office Bill has been tacked on the Bill establishing offices at Chicago and St. Louis, where sufficient buildings already exist. This may save and carry the Helena Bill, but it has failed so often when further advanced that ...

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 March 1874

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. \y,-,Y V. .Toner is hereby authorized as General Cnvasesilg Agent for the NNw NonRTu-WasT. That's all the introduction he needs. ELECTION NOTICE. ri lIE annual election of offirers of the Deer Lodge Fire Cornypu will take place at their Hall on Sd'Sy!n" evenling. March G, 1874. 11. G. VALITON, Foreman. ----W. itn1yrTERIAN..-S rvie's will be held at the Court Co Ilttae at 11 t. im. and 7,4 p. in. to-morrow, Rev. Gee J. R . ]ussell, officiat!i , t:sloe Sunday School at the Court lloue at j, pr a. of do, Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. the ]tt'IttEME ('IOtRT.--D. P. WADE, P. S. 8ERVI8 and H. KNOWLES.. JUDGE.. At \i'itita cCity, let Monday in January and 2d we Lday!: SY in August. wil U. S. DISTRICT COURTS. First District, F. G. Servie. Judge-At Virginia City. mi ltt Monday in April, Sd Monday in September. Scond District. Hiram Knowlee, Jndge-At Deer WI i.ode. td Mondaty in April. let Monday in Septem- fox htIr, and It Monltay in...

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 March 1874

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874. [WalurTIN on THE Nzw NonTn-WEsrT. A VERITABLE HISTORY OF HELL GATE. (The following history of Hell Gate relates to the now deserted village of Hell Gate. situated a few miles west of Missoula. It was the arst town in Montana, and the writer, who is thoroughly conversant with Its history, hass interspersed historic facts through the quaint humor of his recital, as a simple melody I carried through the intricate Variations of an clhlo rateMusi5al Couppusitioq.-Ed. N. N. W ) - avig' basR informed -by the oldest in habitant about the existence of certain his torical ruins, I, one day last fall, granted myself an "unlimited leave of absence" and repaited s'tblespH¶ndicated, which is situated in hell Gate Rondres. west from the City of Bridges. I found the ground claimed by a worthy United' Sttes Frenct'Catnadiant,s a descend ant of the ancient family of the Vasseurs. lie courteously pointed out the site of the ruins and said he had no objection to my tmriCaidng t...

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 March 1874

She gew %itth- telt. DEER LODOE, MUONTANA RATES OF ADVERTISING. STime $2. ' $3-. ?$Zj $8. $100.1.9I $0 " 3. 5 6. .10.1.12..15. 25 40 1 Ion 4 . 7. 8. 12.1.14. .20. 88 48 I Mo.... .1 .. .1 4. ' .14..16. .25. 88 5 ,.1.. .1.2. .18. .14. .85. 60 75 .... , .11. 15. . .5i. .O. 75. 130 160 1 Year ;.16 .25.1.40. .65.:.70. .9i140 250 l;eaularadvertising payable quarterly as due. l'rnsienlt adveriising payable in advance. ,pecial Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular a Iverticsme 4llt. Local advertising 15 cents for the first insertion 10 reuts per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted , Nonpariel measure. Jobt Work payable on deliverT. ... .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A 'TrI'OINEY 7 W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. )irIrEt IN THE %VHI"LATCIT BUILDING, 1 ELLNA. MONTANA. I'h yricl .ina nd (1 U ~Itrgelon,3. L. E. HOLMES, M. D., Physmiclan and u11 rgeon, -Oflice one door north of Postofilce DEERt LODGE .............. ..........MONTANA. Promipt attienton by d:ay or night to ...

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 March 1874

JAS. II. MILLS. - - - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874. W ,Subvsriber s ordering a paper chranged from one address to another must give anme of postoffee to which it lhis been sent as srell as that to wachch it is to be sent. -Andrew Jackson Davis, "the Pough keepsie Seer," estimates the.number of Spiritualists in the United States at 9,000, -The funneral of ex-President Fillhnore took place in Buffalo on Thursday. The city was in mourning, and the ceremonies of the most impressive character. -Mr. Warren R. Turk tips his beaver and mounts the Missoaliaon tripod this week. Welcome Turk, and may your plumbago ciucter ever swing in lines of beauty victo riously in behalf of right. -The telegrams to-day are voluminous with eloquent eulogies of Sumner and ac counts of the ceremonies. We regret it is utterly impossible to present them. The body was taken to Boston ria New York on Friday. -Much space being this week devoted to the communication of O. B. O...

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 March 1874

,ATURI)AY, MARCH 14, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. wC ;: \. .Jones it hcretc aiithorizcd a(s eneral I'cIV.Hlaj Ageni t foor the N sw iOiT1-K E!T. rIhnt's nP It,. introductiOn be neCdP. t' i~w;un1:nselo t thje i't IIr la~e lit2'd- r Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. 1i ,Ic:E1E('OURT.-D. S. WADE, F. G. BERVIS and u. IKCNw LE5, JUD}G£E'. Al \"'lr.iia c'ity, Ist Monday in January and 2d 3 ,."t ill AnttetU . 1. s. DISTRICT COURTS. Vy;t I)istrict, F. . Servis. Judge-At Virginia (ity, 1,t N mit . in April. hd Monday in September. ,.tt, I istrict. Iliranm lInollcis, Judge-At Deer 1,.,'",.. _d Monday in April. let Monday inl Septem ,,n.d -t Monday in )December. I'1 .nl Ih-I icl. . S. Wade. Judge--At lHelena, let lN1u ii i nl March, 1et Montl day in Ju.1 e, and let oIl ;ni N emtn lter. TElRitlTORIAL COURTS. FIleT il-TiTrICT---F. G. SiERl'i. JIUDGE. In V ,lI-oin countyi . irginia City. F't Modtlay in . ;ll;. id Monday in Septi.mber. l .h roil countyi , lRtde'rshtrg, 3.1 Monday in l'eb r'...

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 March 1874

SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874. [WRITTEN FORl THE NEW NOBTu-WEST.) A VERITABLE HISTORY OF HELL GATE. By One Who has Stood in the Portals. (The following history of Hell Gate relate,- to the now deserted village of Hell Gate. situated a f.r miles west of Missou!a. It was the first town in Montana, and the writer. who is thoroughly conversant with its history, has iutcrsersed historic facts thronugh the quaint humor of his recital, as a simple melody is carried through the intricate Variations of an elabo rate Musical Comnposition.-Ed. N. N. W ) DRINK THE SIXTIH. in T1il the Great Father hearing of fthe comtnercial center upon the new purchase, once more called into the field Mr. Mullen to repair the road that had been considera bly worn by fire, water and the first emi grants. The path-finder therefore fitted out another large expedition at the, two Wallas and started out to review the en gineering and work of the past two years. The first important change made by him was turning the road ...

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. — 21 March 1874

iht iw !o tlt tist. DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATES OP ADVERTISING. ii" e ', I 1 Timo ... .l2.!11$3. $5.1 $7.1 1. 10.I12 r a 0' 2 3. . .1. 5. . 6. .10.1.12. .15. 25 40 • ..: . 4. . 7.. 8. 12.,.14. .20L 33 48 , ont . . . i . . 8. 10..14. . .25. 38 55 ... ;. j.10. . .,8. .24. .5. 60, 75 . . . 9. . .12. .15. . . I.o.30 .o.' 7o 1o0 4 . .11..1..25..35..50. 75 160 SYe7. " !.16.'.25.1.40..55.'.70 .90. 140 250 Re.c:lar advertising payable quarterly as due. Tr il·ient adveriising payable in advance. ý", .,cit Notices are 54 per cent. more than regular a lvir ti 'eme ts.t. Local advertising 15 cents for the first Insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines colntd in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. L5I(F)L'.s..ZlONAL CAIID. AT TOIUNEL'YS IW. F. SANDERS, AT'TORNEY AT LAW. O()PICE IN THE WHITLATCLH BUILoIso, HlEENA. - MONTANA. Pla yr1clalna, anIsd urgeonas. L. E. HOLMBS, M. D., Physiclan and Mlrgeonl, -Oflice one door north of Postoflice- DEER IODGE,...............

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 March 1874

JAB. H. MILLS . - R EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1874. IFV Subseribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name f postojce to twhich it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -Simmons, the port of Boston Collector, is said to be a relation of A. J. Simmons. We thought "Jack" wouldn't put in the winter without doing something for a friend. -There was a high gale at Cairo (Ill.) Wednesday, unroofing several houses. The steamboatmen were warned by the Signal Office and got all secure. The Signal Office is doing signal service. -Some of the Bitter Root people are ex ercised over the belief that the N. P. R. R. has claim upon alternate sections of land in that valley. The Missouoian says the N. P. R. R. has no claim on any lands in the valley, and the Missouliau is right. -The Senate committee on Pacific Rail roads has perfected its general railroad bill for the Territories. The amendments that will be reporte...

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 March 1874

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. "i -l,' W. Jones is hereby antholizoei as General C'anva-i-lnig A.ugnt for th*. NEw No,nTnT-WKsT. That's all the introduction he ntred. -'i Si, aud..v h I') l at the Cuort la4lne at. 214 r ... Hose Company Attention. rtil': memlher-: of the Deer Lodge liHon Company I No 1. are r qlentf'd to meet at 2 P. M. Werlnea ,l. . h 25th. at tle Egtine IHouse(. UttCInes of r,1:m,,, r A trll att.nidantce yqnesqted. promptly. N. 1)ICKENSON. Captali of iloea Co. Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. !!I'.,.imcE ( 'RT.-- D. S. WADlI:. . G. PE:rVIs and It. KNOWLEP. JUI)GEn. A; V,, ini ti ity., tst Motnday in .Jaluar. and 2d i' in August. L. S. )Il'TRICT C'OURtTS. FIt 1 (I Ict, F. (:. btuvis. J idge-At Virginia City, -t Mndllal in April, id Mo;!day- inl Sptenmber. l, r,,". Diitrirti. Iliramn Knowles, Judge-At Deer l.oo_,. 2,1 Monday in April. let Monday in Septenm ict, ,itd I,-t Montday il Decenmber. 'Third 1ti i-ict. D. . Wade. Judge--At Helena, l...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 March 1874

WIRSEVATIRS. 3Y SA AD ILEBR. • . .lt t.Tl 1t.. Froi'the Btardan Evening Por. Mrs. Battles sufers from cold feet, and the other night she warmed up a brick, in tending to take it;to bed with her. She laid it down by the bedside while she attended to the baby, and thew she forgot about it and turned in. After awhile Battles came over to the room, and when he had assumed his night shirt, he began to say his prayers. When he was about half through he hap-. pened to move his knee a little to the left, and it came in contact with the hot brick. For an instant he thought something had stung him, and jumping up, he got the lamp and came back to ascertain what it was. He saw the brick lying there, but it never occurred to him that it was the cause of the trouble, so he picked it up for the purpose of throwing it out of the window. Then he suddenly dropped it with a cry of pain, and after an indignant denunciation of Mrs. Battles, he procured a piece of pa per, and in a furious rage hurled 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. — 28 March 1874

DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . ..:;.. . .$10.$. $0 . .,.. 6..10..12..1..5 25 40o S. 4 . ?.;. 8. 19. .14.1 .20., 3. 48 : ... .. . 4 . S .10. .14. 16. .25. 38 55 S .... . . .10.1.12.1.18. .24. 3. 60 7 S 2. .1. .15. .22. .30. .50. 70 100 t.11. .15. .25.1.85. .50. 75 100 160 ...1. ; .725 2 i. 4 .40 , . 7.. . 90 1401250 L( "-' i.r vlver: ising payable quarterly as due. .1.r7 n .:W r xlv ierii-ino payable in .advance. ,.' tices are 50 per cent. more than regular v' .rti-inl 15 cents for the first Insertion : 10 ,,7 e for each sleceecdingF insertion; lines i No .upiart inmeasure. ,5 .::k p:ayalic on d livcry. F.. F. SANI)DERS, 1' I'()RNEY AT LAWV. ()IFrl E IN THE 1HIJ'LATCII BUILDING, IIE;.FNA. -MONTANA. PI11 y rle'Ilae- a anid .lurlg'eonl . O. E. WHITFORD, M. D., P IIv ty i ci 1 ia1 t t1 d t u rg eoi , t(iv-ic: MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, N, .i dor to ieienburEt & r-o'k. Meat Market. ti' hour f:om . to 12 A. M ) ae l I t P.ti ' . L. E. HOLMES, M. D,, Pit ys-iciai andtixcl n...

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. — 28 March 1874

JAS. U. HILU. -- - DITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY ISATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1874. Ig nubscriber* ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name of postoflee to thich it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -A bill was introduced in the Senrte on Thursday to admit Now Mexico as a State. -McCrary's inter-state Railroad Ilegula tion bill passed the House on Thursday, by 121 to 11i. -The indebtedness of Gallatin county is $44,747.92, of which $5,919.29 is in 15 per cent. bonds and l slit.82.6: in 10 per cent. bonds. -After all, the C('apitol of Montana will remain at IHelena, the bill removing it to Deer Lodge having failed to pass the iupper I louse.-Oreqonian. Feb. 28ft1. For genuine, unaffected and exhaustive ability to get off on the wrong foot commend us to the gentlemen at the other end of the river. -It is said that William I)e Lacy, the celebtated Idaho mail contractor, turns out to be a man of straw, set up by some party desirous o...

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 March 1874

eau 1at -ýt - AT.URDI) AY, MARCH 28, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. ii " I iý'. .rousc· is hereby, natholoiztut as GeneralR1 s'1 i , " In rnadn-lio he I(As. Niev Ile=I, Doic ni will preach in the C'fuui House Aniuii LY, at 11 A. N atnd 7:30 P. Y. 1'I ih lll ivaY 5 I tot att tO f ~rtr U ise at 2'4 p Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. irt'I':E\ lE ICOU LT. -D. N. WADE, F. i. G..lrVl andtl H. KNOWLEr. JUi)CE., At VYuiinia ('ity. 1st Monday in January and 2d( Muml;y in Anugut. . S. D)ISTRI('T ('(i1oITS. F IT I-it . IF . Siriit . Judlge-At Vi'rginia City. 1-, iMiw:,y in April, 2d Moilday in Septemuber. . ,,-.d Dti-. iit. Ilirain hio Cis. Judge-At Deer it,,. , Mnlay in April. it Monday in Septenm I,;.d 'ii -t M ,tday in Drcen.ti . Third )1-tiil. I) S. Wodlc. Jud' e-At IIel-na, l-t M,. ,; iin uiMauch. I1t yl(,nila in Jine, alld lht 17 l'I ;y iii Noi~r'nlr. TERRItTORIAL C'Ot'iTS. FI IsIT DI-TILICT--. G. FEIVI'. JUDGE. In M..ulis,, county, V'irciniia City. 1st Monday in A;i I. 2d Monday ...

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 March 1874

MATURDAY, MARCH 28, 17,4. AN INSPIRED LOBBYIST. A Story Apropos to the Capital Contest in Montana--Why Not Have Two Capitals? A certain fallen angel (politeness toward his numerous and influential friends forbids me to mention his name abruptly) lately entered into the body of Mr. Annanias Pullwool, of Washington, D. (C. As the said body was a capacious one, having been greatly enlarged circumferen tially since it acquired its full longitude, there was accommodation in it for both the soul of Pullwool himself (it was avery little one) and for his distinguished visitant. Indeed, there was so much room in it that they never crowded each other, and that Pullwool hardly knew, if he even so much as mistrusted, that there was a chap in with hinm. But other people must have been aware of this double tenantry, or at least must have been shrewdly suspicious of it, for it soon became quite comlron to hear fellows say, "Pullwool has got the Devil in him." There was, indeed, a rcm;irk.~tble cha...

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