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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 April 1874

Ihe grw p#th.- tst. UEER LODC,, MrONutlA,. RATES OF ADVERTISING. L n . . t O c8y c 4 j I :o n 1 . 2 I . 3. 5. . i 10.1 2. .15. ! 4 S * ... . -4.. 7." 8. 12.i.14. .2O . ; 48 .onth ..... . 5.:. 8. .10. 14. .16. .25.i 38. .5 . 7. 10.. 1 .1. 8.... .. ! 60 75 . . I. 9.'.12. .5 . .2 . .50.' . 1010 4 " x.11- . .15...25.. . '.50. i 75. 100 100 1 1' . .16.! .15. .40. I.65. 70. .A0. 140 J50 fR~rlar advertising payahle quarterly as due. Tr.isient advertising payable in advance. hpe, ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular i v.rltiaemelts. Local advertlsing 15 cents for the frat insertio : 10 ,'nts per line for each succeeding Insertion; lines Solntedl in Nonpariel measure. tob Work payable on delivery. 1" it U1 IP t!3IONAL ( AItIL)o ATTORN1YS W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OPrFIC IN Tan WHarIl .T BUILDING, IELEA. M- ONTANA. Phlyrlclaants and iug'eons. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., PI yN n c cl n a and .S rgeon. O()rr.-MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, N,-el door to Brilcnburg & Bros. Meat Market. ...

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. — 4 April 1874

_______________________________________ ·-- - - - I : JAS. H. MILLS. -- EDII'OR AND PUBLISHIER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1894. t6'Subscribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another rmust give ,ame ! of postoffe to tshic it has been sent as ,rell as that to shich it is to be sent. --" Recessed'" is the new word of the W. U. T. Co. -In the House, March 30th, a Bill was introduced for constructing the Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Railroad. -Rumored: that Camp Baker is to be removed to the forks of the Museleshell to protect the Carroll and Helena wagon road. -Mr. Thomas Meagher, father of Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, died March 2d, at Bray, Ireland. Deceased was a col league of Daniel O'Connell, in the repre sentation of Waterford.-New York Times. -The editor of the NEw NORTH-WEST is unhappy because never a Smith nor a Jones have been President of the United States. Western World. Not so unhappy that they were not, as that A. Jolnson was. -The NEW NORTn-\...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 April 1874

flcw : ort z- tie # SATURDAY, APRIL 4, I374. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. St"\,V. iInes is hierehy iuthorized aie Generalt c'aura.ýiu '"ltg for the Nitw NOiI1TI-\V05T. Thatse ell 12. ,Titrat~rtiunl h^ ueerdr [tI:I.ICý10iJS. 'e-Fri Tr- IltAN.-SereiiCei will he held att the Court hisv~ :n It a. eii. etirl 7ayp ,tm. to-uitiro~w". 11enV. i .iv i:tY SPtihul at. the C rt Utitaa at 236 p Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. eiFle 1, . t'(~liT-. S. WVADE, t' r. SEltIAs an( xi. I_! ii s tlt Mtinlt in Jankry stllt 2d I"'t 1)1 ni r ollllc t u'rslT. (: 'ste-i Judge-At Virginia City, i 111101- ii Apit21 Mtonday it) 3eptiiiiuber. ,,,iw Ii~i-irt Itiriu n Iiowl e. .lodire-At teer I.,! ,,I Monldal in Awril. let V ondaluk in SipteIt ....:t, . Mon da in ha t"lter "l ,;.! l~ i t.D.N.Wiuth. Juiir- At t1eciil. Jet yl,, ", ill ) ic!.F, let M1 ,itl Ii .1i June, :liid lit \' in Noi ettir. I't li··, 1 (lllll`I'OIII AI. COURTS.~ Ml~dS- il rli:-T DIiT IFT-I. (: I. Ettlr-. IrtIS. It ',i,4 (Fu rnill t"I. Vi ttinir...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 April 1874

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, .1874. THE KUjRNEL'S ROOM. How Squire Skaggs Got Skinned by the "Pharcah Men." 'From iihi. 8avannah News. "You see," said the Squire, pitching his voice to an exegetical altitude, "it wnz sorter this way. Last Chuseday wuz a week ago, I sailed down fniah Gwinnett to At lanty with seven bags of cotton. Aiter I sold 'em, I kinder loafed roun' lookin' at things in general an' feelin' jest as happy as you please, when who should I run agin but Kurnel Blasengame. Me an' the Kur nel used to be boys together, an' we wuz as thick as five kittens in a rag basket. We dnrunk outen the same goard, an' we got the lint snatched outen us by the same bandy legged school teacher. I wuz gitten as lonesome as a rain-crow, afore I struck up with the Kurnel, an' I was glad to see him -durned glad. We knocked roun' town right smartually, an' the Kurnel inteljuced me to a whole raft of fellers-mighty nice boys they wuz, too. Arter supper the Kur nel says: ", kaggs,' says he, 'less go to...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 April 1874

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. a 1-, . .. . 4:3.i . y5. ;7. , V . )t . .. 80 . 4.. 7 . 8.1 12. .14. .20.1 83 48 4onth . . 5.. . 8. .10.1.14. .16. .95.1 38 55 .. .10. .12...18. 24. 385. 60 .5 I. . .L . 15. .2 .30. .50. 7o 100 . . .11. .1..95.35..50. 75. 100 160 , .16 .25. .40.1.55. .70. 0._ 140 120 ReBnl]ar advertising payable quarterly as due. Tr, sient adverilelrn payable In advance. .,pcial Notices are 50 per cent. more than regular asivrtisemelts. L,'oal advertising 15 cents for the first nsertion: 10 pes wr line for each succeeding insertion: lines co~ t.'d in Onlpari.l measure. Job Work payable on delivery. I It()E'I ES IONAI. CAItD. A .T'TOItNEYS W. F. SANDERS, ATT''ORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE WHIaLATCH BUILDINe, HIIl.ENA. MONTANA. iP'yrlcians azld 1t4urgeons. 0. B. WHITFO.RD, M. D., 1' it cy i a lt n and J urgeon. Orrics-MAIN STREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to Bellenburg & Bro's. Meat Market. Ofice 'hrnrs from 9 to 12 A. . and 1 to 6 P. X. 241 L. E. .OLMES, M. D...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 April 1874

JAS. IL MILLS. - - EDITOIR AND PUBLISIIER. ISUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDI)AY, AIRIL 11, 1874. I~'iStbseribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name of postojice to shich it has been sent as well as that to ehieh it is to be sent. -The Railroad Bill for the Territories was so amended in the Senate on Thursday as to practically destroy it. -The lidelity with which that member of the Massachusetts Legislature votes for Whittier is one of the most notable instances of poetic retribution on record. -"Hypnotism" with its variations is a word coming in notable use in the caption of editorials. Don't be shocked; it only means that kind of sleep or trance produc ed by animal magnetism. -Surveyor General Smith announces that the deposit for "oflice work" on mineral claims is reduced from $40 to $25. This is a saving of $15 in each case on the cost of procuring mineral land patents. -The Wm. i. Lewis left for the Missouri with a fair trip, Jewell and Townsend, pi lo...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 April 1874

S.\TL'I'DAY, APRIL 11, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. - ' ,Thori. i Icherich u)"tim lzu d i )+ General , .. A"n lfor the NE' NOl:T|I-'E.ST. That'a 1i] !it',r, rr;n',ion: h" Ib 'ed. eL.er Loilte Fire i'o. No.1. . i! , .l,., Of I), .'r LOte Fire ('Compny No. 1. jý w ;+; , i tI o uier to- I r(o(ll r l l ai l h 11 pres' lit S . " t ur. +, " turdaly. April11. 1T71 II t VAIIToN, Forteman. ':.,. L. ..- +'nrIce - + ill be theld at thie -1on t S _-.- :,' 1 . 1 t . d .7' ; . 1m. to-mlarrow, RH v. J 1 , I .*-, U ",ti* " T 1 " ! od at tu 'o 'it Iite,.t it 2E l p Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. ri - ' r..+ . -. wA+l7E, F. I.. CEIVI tu lt It. : . I t.. I ~ olMinla in Jttniary rit 2i t1 i ...~ . . . i . Ju:%e-A.t \ir_'iia (citi . A l.2!' i Mloi.dly inl S:',ptember. ,,,,,: ! . IIir.un K:nows. .JudIeL-At I)Cer :,,,_"' ,I M,,rIday i1 i April. Isr Monday in Septunil I , i r !,1 . i Iy inl .llletber. it. D. . Jude--At lHlena, ist i, , \Mucl, let M i& y ill , Tle, and let "'li1TH(1IAL COURTS....

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. — 11 April 1874

SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1874. CBEMATION. From a notable and important paper by Sir Henry Thomson, in favor of the new theory of inanimation, we take this passage, descriptive of the process of decomposition: "Rest! no, not for an instant. Never was there greater activity than at this mo ment exists in that still corpse. Activity, but of a different kind to that which was before. Already a thousand changes have commenced. Forces innumerable have at tacked the dead. The rapidity of the vil ture, with its keen scent for animal decay, is nothing to that of nature's ceaseless agents now at fill work before us. That marvel ously complex machine, but this moment thie theatre of phenomena too subtile and too recondite to be comprehended; denota ble only by phraseology which stands for the unknown and incomputable-vital, be cause more than physical, more than chem ical-is now consigned to the action of physical and chemical agencies alone. And these all operating in a direction the reverse of 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. — 18 April 1874

-DEER LODCE, MONTANA. RAT'ES OF ADVERTISING. _ _ _ $, .t $3 17.. $57 8 $10. $~0 S . i. . .10. .12. . 15. 2i 40 4. . 7. .; 1 .4..14..20.! 33 48 • . .10. .14. .16. .-5- 38 55 S 10. ..!..18. .24. .35. 60 75 .. . 12. .15..2 .'-.80. .o 0.'o 10011 S .11. .15.. .2 .35.. .50. 75. 100 160 Yar 1. . 1 ..25. .40. .55. .70. .0M_'4. 140 50 Re:.ll , -itdv.'rtirnr e payable quarterly us doe. r un adverIein payable in advanme. ,pei:t Notices are 50 per cent. more 'han regular 1 ,re I advlrt1ini-r 15 rents for the first Insertion ; 10 e,ý per u1e for aoch nucreeding insertion; lines WJb ,ork payable on deliverY. 11 C)0I' I:..NIONAL CA.RI ). ,A'-r.TJ,) IENI Yt n. F. SANDERS, \"I'(IYNEY AT LAW. orrl. IN Trll War"LATCH BU'noIno, tEIf.NA. -MONTANA. I'llyrlealllnn. ll(t 1d UrgeoeL . C. . WHITFOARD, M. ID., Iliy IyCi i|l and Mu rgeon. Orri. MAIN STREET, I)EER LODGE, y'N ." ar to il,,thtnbur-: & Bro'*. Meat Market. It(re J,."Ur frrolml 9 to 11 A. M eand 1 to ri P. x. 21'i; L. E. HOLMIES, M. D., i'1 ymle...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 April 1874

THE NEW NORTH-WEST, DEER LODGE, ;;.QXANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1874. . . ... .. .--. .. . ..,.,-.-- . . ' . . .. _.-. _ _ _ _ .. . . . . . .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . ' .. . . . . . . . . .. . ... ... . .. . . .. . .... . . . . .. .y.- - - . -y. ,?.. --- . .... . . ___?-- . - . . .-. - . . . . .... . . . . . ? -.-y - -- - . - - .._ - _ . -. ... . . . JAN. .L MILLS. - EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1874. W 8ubscribers otdering a paper changed from one address to another must give name ofpostofd0e to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -With the strong anti-inflation feeling demonstrated to exist in New York, it is now clear why Wise couldn't inflate the Graphic balloon. -" The cable of '66 ceased working dur ing the heavy hurricane yesterday. The fault is 25 miles from Valentia." So says a London dispatch dated Tuesday. The "cable" of '62-3 has ceased working in Montana and is not" x "-pected to be repa...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 April 1874

THI16 NEW NORTH-WES'Tr, DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. APRIL 18, 1874. SATURLI AY, APRIL 18, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST ACENT. ,..;,- W. Jlore in hereby anthorizcd as General t('Ivatlls1L Ag-"it for the Nsw NORTH-WEIT. Thet'a all th ,' intr dluc tion he ne led . ICI:L1(ýIOGF+. * I Mrtll taoT -T Sert ices will hbe held at the Court Tlane to morrow at I I A. . . and 7.45 IP. U., Rev. H. T1'. Fl.,'we: olktiating. " .ira STin lar Slchool at the ('u.lrt l.-aase at { rP M. E. Church, South. ThIL ti ti:at'!ly Mee ting for l)eer l,.tger. lisetrict: "1i--Ioa. \a: I1 arlnd td. 1" .-It re-k. MXay 2tt antl 24th. " r.inIa ('ity. May :i0th atid 31st. S rid.tt . June t.t, 7 P M. i', t Ireof ce. . nite 2d, 7 . m WX rrll Sp;)rIIu SIchool Hlout, e, Jni;tC 5the, P. M. *"ew r t.," , n me tith and 7th. S. J. CATLIN, P. E. I it ar"n ran Iement with the P'reeiding Elder I , ti e ,, apipointments, with the exception, r Ml u;: la and )Deer 'niA'eO U'. W. SANFORD. --~~cc Ti.es of Holding Courts of the Territory. 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. — 18 April 1874

THE :NEW NORTH-W EST, .DEERE LODGE,. MONTANA, SATURDA'Y,: APRIL 18, 1874. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1874. A STATE.BhSA 'S VIEWS. An Interview With Bismarck-He Does not Wish to Annex Austria. From the Pall Mall Gazette. The well-known Hungarian author, Man rus Jokal, is at present a visitor in the German capital. As a man of note he easi ly obtained access to Prince Bismarck's study, where an interesting conversation took place, which Mr. Jokai reports pretty fully to the Hungarian journal, the 1lon: The Prince was, as usual, easy in his manner, and communicative, and put a stop at the very outset to the Hungarian's attempt at ceremony. M3. Jokai humorous ly remarked upon the prevalence of "iron ' in the surroundings of the " iron " Prince. Among other things, there is an iron couch, and an iron safe in which the Chancellor appears to keep his cigars. Prince Bismarck pointed out the !tara mount necessity to Europe of a consolidated State in the position of Austro-lhImgary. It was mainly on...

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. — 25 April 1874

lht ;Alr yothre~t-tat. DEER LODCE, MONTANA. Ii AES OF ADVERTIlPlI 'iu I Ii .1 15. Ra 1) 11 lbf 25 2l5 7 1 1..1J. .14.1 2. i18 I # y * .IP. .12..1R. .1 .1. &45. I 60 75 g . 11 . 22. .50 .0. "012)X t .. I 1 . ' i 5.lo 10 1l&) 1 Y1.2 7 0. . 4.11+ 250 R,.,! Clu.e nlv.rtisme jivahli qmnttcrlv ta doe. Tr eler~t +d vrliiojr pit ah)" in advanne. 2,2p· i fl Not ics are 54) per Cent more than regular L - ul ,Ireti-ie:" I re, cP for the firut inerrtion 10 cent v lieI for inelt outre ieg ineertion lines conl it.,, ill No-' tre p014 I ur 4.41- Work iaypl~l, 014 ii -Bry W.t. F. sN NDEIIS, T'FT)IONIEY AT LAWV. OrleLE IN TrIE Wa..ILATHIt BIII LDING, IIElENA. MONTANA. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., I' I V t": i I. n .s an it s d.,i" Iu K g" (I, i). OFFICE -MAIN STIREET, DEER LODGE, Next door to 1ihi'libur' & liros. Meat Markit. Otlice Ionr ftimlnl I tl 12 A. . n di 1 to 1 I'. u. II; L. H. HOLMES, M. D., Ph y'a ti" hI ln at d e4 U etcon. i -_1:, eInnll door so Ill D. I. T y rona I .I- LOD,(; .. ....

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. — 25 April 1874

JAs. I. YUILt. - - EPITOI AND PTIL lUITER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1874. S"Bubseribers ordering a paper changed from o*e address to another must give naame ofpostoJice to elhich it has been sent as well as that to tehieh it is to be sent. -The Telegraph Line has been down south of Helena all week--or else Baxter has seized the offices. -The publication of the Laws of the Ex tra Session of last yealr appears to be in volved in some doubt. A letter from Mr. Geo. Callaway, Auditor and acting Secreta ry of Montana, to Mr. HI. S. Clark, Clerk and Recorder of Deer Lodge, states it is not known when they will be published. There is no appropriation for the purpose and the measure for that purpose is meet ing with opposition. We presume however there will not be any unusual delay in pub lication of the acts of the recent Regular Session. -The Chicago rnter-Ocean article on the National Park is a more sensible one than most of the Eastern papers have found room for. Generall...

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. — 25 April 1874

env rw oo thlr cot.t SA''URI)AY, APRIL 2.18;4. NEW NORTH-WEST ACGNT. ~- 1w nCed ~, -r --ý 'cr, will Ie br"l4 tht ("m t ,.,w n ti A. Y. landh i~:4.) r. x., 11ey. 11~~i Dui~ Ca ,. p 1 M. E. Church, South. " . ." : M,-etin, for Deer Lodae Ditrit: , II. 21 AnIi 'AlŽ1. I-:- e:t.k. May "3d and 25th. ' , Y Mar :Uth and 3Ist. , m. . l3, el 7-i 1- . I', ( of ]I.wbk. Jull td. 7 P. M. - e:, " School 11(to.e, J:tte .5th, P. N. I,, l . nt:": Gitn :dt i ta. S .. (J. 'A 1 IN, PI'. E. u: - . :+ n:,tv me.rt with th:, I'Ie idit, EldM r I o" :ppo|)¢intn l it" , wilh ti:e ex,.epIt:.tn 4. Vi. SpANFO(ID. Ti." of Holding Courts of the Territory. rI ,'l:t t:..., F7'.--.;, . ',K'1T. AL , !. or outs\'I A1)(1 |1. , 11 1 i -i, J1dl')':£2 i. S\", 11;1 ( C ". I-; Mý d,,yv in .1J i-n.ry mid 2d ['. - il 'li I( t (' 4 '1 H . . S I.- . ( : ". ." ,- . J. . , , ,- A t V ir c i ,iaj C lt) . 1 '.. ti;, ,p i. "it .',1), d .y ;i; Sept tanb' r. ,, -, , Ili, ,.d s. Jid ,"-At Deer . 2 1 ' . il . : ril. 1-t Monda: it S'ptcnl ...

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. — 25 April 1874

1ht Law forth- wst, SATURDAY, APRIL 2~5, 1874. - N,-l sB I, TB$. Mr. Nasby and His Friends Prepare for A Protracted Drought-Curious Re sult of the Preparation. FrPm the Toledo BIlde. COm.DlrT X ROADS, (which is in the: State of Kentucky, March 22, 1874.-The weather is gittin milder and milder, and there is no possibility unv our stavin off an attadk npon Bascom s, wich is our fortress. Joe Bigler and Pollock ever sence the fale yoor uv the last crotsade (wich was lost poned on account of the weather), hey bin perpetyooally and persistently inflamin the minds nv our wimmiu, till they hev their rage worked up to a degree that is terrible. Mrs. Pollock and Mrs. Bigler hev bin puttin on all their store doze and goin out all day callin on the wives and dawters uv our citizens. For instance, they'd go to.Lucin dy (avitt (Issaker's wife), all rigged up in silks and furs and dollar jooclry, and sich, and tell Lucindy that if tssaker wood only save his money instid of spendin it at Bas com'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. — 2 May 1874

Srw $jorth.-E te. DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTIING .0 0 1- - . a i i . #.i.: 5. 7. #n. flu. ý , . . . 5. . . ..12 15 25 40 . " . 7." . . . 12. .14. 20 ! 3 Is fo, ; ^,. x. . 10. .14. .1fi.' .25.5 38 55 . . 1 .1 .18. .24. .'5..; 1 75 . . .12.'.15.{.22. .30. .50. .01100 11. .15. .25. .35. .50. 75. 1 (1)P160 Yr" 1. .2t. .40..55. .70.1.90. 140i250 R " advertising payahle quarterly as due. Tr i..nt1 atdlvrikint payahle in advance. .,~,"i:l Notices are 50 per Cent more than regular aiv,o ti.rntt.lt. I,' a t , ra l iitnl 15 cents for the first insertion: 10 cell pIr lie. for each esucceeding insertion; lines o it.lin N'ntpriel mneasore. c;, , Work payable on d .livery. I' t4)N`/ ":ri I)ONAL CARD1. C W. F. SANI)ERS, :ITT'JH)!NEY AT LAWV. rtFriE'g IN THE WHIT'LATCH BUILDING, II .ENA. MONTANA. - ------'-- 1 I'lkts 'Ictitni a..d 1lu'1 .rconse. 0. B. WHITFORD, M. D., I' 11 3 la a lelutan d urarge on 1 OFrir - MAIN STREET, DEER IODGE, Neat door to LBilenburg & IBro's. Meat Market. Off...

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. — 2 May 1874

ýhb etw oxrth.. e s t JAB. H. MILLS. - -- EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1874. N'Subseribers ordering a paper changed from one address to another must give name of postof7ee to which it has been sent as well as that to which it is to be sent. -Cork bustles are advised by .ennie June.-Philadelphia Press. That's one way to put a stopper on the Womans' Movement. --The Arkansas Hot Springs have been a haven for many sinners. Butthe hot water Brooks at Little Rock do not give Baxter's Saints Rest. •--A letter received from Washington City this week states that the resignation of Major Shanahan as Agent at Jocko had been received and accepted by the )cepart ment. -Of all doleful and mortifying attempts at humor the collection of epitaphs that go the rounds of the papers are the gravest and most sepulclral. Requie-s'eat. -Bret Harte's story in the Times-" The Rose of Tuolumne "-opens briskly. Up to the end of the first chapter the heroine had been abed, got up,...

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. — 2 May 1874

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1874. NEW NORTH-WEST AGENT. , . Jones is hereby authorized no General (:la~|~~ iu Agent'l, for the NiW NORTH-WtaT. That'a all the introduction be needs. It 41410&I U !Oi'4. P 5g1 R}tANA . --Servicees will be) hbld at the Conrr Ilo1 I a11i. . . and . 't p. In. to-moirrow, Rev. j. It .e ll, officiatint.. I. C. ' . Sanort l will preach at Warm Springs S,!,,l lle at C7 o'' lock p im, ith. anld at 1 L a m :,ad 'p 1 m. 1oth My. 1874. M. E. Church, South. Third Q:lltely Meeting for Dier Lodge District: li- soul. Mlay 2d and 3d. :-ph (Cr..k May 23d and 24th. \ 1 city, May 30tll and 3!st. Srilai. .June: 1st , P. M. klit o, f 1) . d'. June 2 ,7 P. . W\\:lru Springs School HIouse, Jnlle 5th, P. x. 1)o, I ., . hine' fith and 7th. S. J. ('ATLIN, P. E. ta l (,,i 1 arrangement w ith the Presiding Elder I will ii tillhe hore appointments, with the exception ,I ..v:l'o i and D1er Lodge. C. W. SANFORD. Times of Holding Courts of the Territory. s'Pri:EE ()I'oRT.-D. N. WADE, ' . G....

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. — 2 May 1874

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1874. CANVASSING FOR A ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAILROAD. St. Louie Jonrunil of Agriculture. April. During the winter of '72 and '73 the citi zens of Montana were very much exercised (and somewhat divided) upon the subject of a " North and South Railroad " -a road which was to unite Helena with some point near the eastern terminus of the Central Pacific IH. R., a distance of five hundred miles, and now traversed only by means of the slow stage coach, the slower mule team, or the slowest of all, bull-train. For a long time they had hoped in, and bet on, the Northern Pacific road, but at last they had come to the conclusion that if that road ever reached them at all, it would be at some indefinite period in the far off future, and that if they desired to have a connection by rail with " the States" in time to attend the Centennial exhibition at Philadelphia, they would have to dro1) Jay Cooke & Co., go to work nearer home, and, to a large extent, assist in building it up. T...

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