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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 July 1876

StheZe r ortb-Wett DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES O ADVERTISINQ. . 4 - r. . Ma . a a ti 1 lunL ....... ........ $2 .$3 $7 $8 $10 20 $30 . 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 .. 47 8 2 14 20 33 48 1 11unth................. 5 810 14 16 26 38 55 7 10121 18 24, 35 60 07 3 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 .......... 15 5 50 75 100 160 1Year .................: 1625 40 55 70 90 ,140 250 h:, ;,lar advertising payable quarterly, as due. 'l'r,.1,ient advertising payable in advance. srcial Notices are 50 per Cent. more than reg u·i: wiv.rtisements. lial advertising, 15 cents for the first Insertion; I) centy per line for each succeeding insertion; il .',ounted in Nonpariel measure. J.!b Work payable on delivery. ATTO ItN1 .S W\. 1' SANNDEs. W. F. CULLEN, SANI)DElt & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, II ELENA, - - MONTANA. Phiiyticlaial nt anid !1urgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSICBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 2,7 A. H. MITCHEL...

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 July 1876

KILLS & KUSSLUB, PROPRIETORS Letters for publication, containing. news of general interest, are solicited from all the camps. In all cases the writer's name must accompany the letter. We will NOT publish anonymous letters. Where personalities are used they will not be published except eer the name of the writer, and perhaps not then. EPUBLICANU NATIONAL TIECET. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, OF OHIO. FOR VICEPRE.tIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YORK. -Now that they are talking of all their Indian fighting generals, where is Baker? -The Centennial Commissioners have finally decided against a Sunday show by a vote of 80 to 9. -There were in New York, July 10th, 60 deaths from sun stroke, 14 in Baltimore, and 22 in Philadelphia. -It is reported in Virginia (Nev.) that ore has been struck in the Sutro Tunnel 13,750 feet in from the mouth. -For the twelve days, ending July 6th, the weather in Philadelphia averaged hotter than for the preceding 86 years. -Earl Derby and the Bri...

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 July 1876

IR ELIGIOTTS. ,,,.,"A T)Divine Services every Sunday at the t 11 , in. and 7:45 n. m. Sunday-echool i ,, ., : at 2 pl • I N, 4 a thhlht N. Gilbert f , i, Ic(t . na, 1h" Pr',itertitry 2d Snnday 1t. t 3 t p. I m. • I c. .. . H--- -- I i~ rr'.l:Alas.- - ,tti'es ev.ery Sunday morning n th b g, 'i:ti ('ha r ni. at 11 a m. evening,, 7:45 I in . N v . ItJ . Kccel. offlciati g. P ýcool in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer. ·iti', r c. , r.1." 3ltl(l3l(sdlY ev\'ening! at 7:45. I I'g. ,.0 ?.-DI)iine Service at the M. E. Church on i, t: , ti.tat 11 n. l n. aind p. m., Pev. T W aht u'tsy School in the same place at 2. m. Bishop Tuttle's Appomntments for 1876. Bishopl I). S. Tuttle will hold services in MIontana at the following times and places: Hlet'a.-d-th S after Trinity, July 23. inlvill..--July 23d, 4 p. m. Jetltr.omn.-July 25th, 8 p. m. B3 1i1lcr.-',Iuly 26th, 8 p. m. Fort SIhaw.--7th S after Trinity, July 30th. Sun livCer.-JTuly 30th, 4 p. m. Fr,.t 3lenton.--August 1st, 8 p. m. }lelcna.-n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 July 1876

AYBEU LATLTZr 0o ACUPTANOb. A Letter that is Better Than the Platform. COLUMBUS, 0., July 10th. The following is the letter of Governor Hayes accepting the Republican nominas tion for the Presidency : CoLUMBUS, O., July 8th, 1876. Hon. Edward IPAherson, Hon. Wma. A. Howard, ITon, Joseph H. Rainey, and others, Committee of the National Repub lican Consention : GENTLEMAN :--n reply to your official communication of June 17th, by which I am informed of my nomination for the of fice of President of the United States, by the Republican National Convention at Cin cinnati, I accept the nomination with grat itude, hoping that, under Providence, I shall be able, if elected, to execute the du ties of the high office as a trust for the ben efit of all the people. I do not deem it necessary to enter upon any extended examiniation of the declara tion of principles made by the convention. The resolutions ARE IN ACCORD WITH MY VIEWS, and I heartly concur in the principles they announce. In several...

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. — 28 July 1876

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Time ................ 2 83 85 17 38 810 20 $30 - .. 3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 1 .. . 4 7 8 !2 14 20 SS 48 1 Month................. 5 8 10 14 1 25 38 55 ...1710 12 18 24 18 e0 76 S .................. 9 12 15 22 50 70 100 S ....11 1 25 50 75 100 160 ] Ynear................... 1t6 25 40 55 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. T'awIient advertising payable in advance. Special Notichs are 50 per cent. more than reg ular advertisements. ILfeal advertising, 15 cents for the Arst insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. P'itE4 I s-i1-U(NAJT cAItI)tS ATTOItNJrYS W. I'. SANDER'. V. F. F. 'LLEN, SANDEISEUS & CULLVEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, til.I.ENA, - MONTANA. I'l 'ty.ci.|Illn andl( lurgconu s. CHAS. F. MUSSIQB1RD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ()FFICE AT TIlE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 28 July 1876

KILLS d* KBBBLE., PROPRIETORS Letters for publication, containing news of general interest, are solicited from all the camps. In all cases the writer's name must accompany the letter. We will xor publish anonymous letters. Where personalities are used they will not be published exzept over the name of the writer, and perhaps net then. 3UEPUVLICAN NATIONAL TICUET. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, OF OEHO. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YO.E. -Watterson is likely to have Bristow for an opposing candidate for Congress in the Louisville District. -Gath a story of the Dacotahs and the description of fac simile telegraphy on the outside will repay reading. -The Ann Eliza case against Brigham Young is up again in the Salt Lake courts for the sixth time in three years. --The Utica (N. Y.) Observer, Governor Seymour's organ, says he has withdrawn from public life and will not be a candidate for Governor. -The taking of testimony in the Belk nap impeachment trial closed Jul...

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 July 1876

RELIGIOTJS. Er,.coPrL.- Divine Services every Sunday at the City iHotil at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday-school in the 'mne Iplace it 2 p .I . Iev : ahlon N. Gilbert ofliicating. ScIviclts at the PI'ltrettivry 2d Sunday n every month, at .l3 p. m. PHREPYTERIAN.--Sericm every Sunday morning in the a'reehyterian Church, at 11 a m.; evening, 7:45 p m.. Rev. J. R. Russel, officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting every WedLncsday evening at 7:45. M. E. So'Tne.--Divine Service at the M. E. Church on Sue.day next at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m., Pev. T. W Flowers officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 2. m. Bishop Tuttle's Appointments for 1876. Bishop D. S. Tuttle will hold services in Montana at the following times and places: Fort Sl:aw.-7th S after Trinity, July 30th. Sun River.-July 30th, 4 p. m. Fort Benton.-August 1st, 8 p. m. lIelena.--Sth S after Trinity, August 6th. Radersburg.-August 11th 8 p. m. Bozeman.-9th S after Trinity, August 13. Fort Elli...

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. — 28 July 1876

-- ti The Tartarsa he illtetCt0er dio 'they ft Are ama Whe@-They Came Vro wa The 1 Irrepressible Gobhiet of Civills.t"id and r arbarism Special Correpondlnuce of the Phil. Times. . New Youn, July 0.-The attention of a the country is drawn by a bloody event to the "land of the Dakota," for the Sioux and the Dakota are the same. In that most original of American poems, " Hiawatha," a which Mr. Longfellow compiled from Mr. 0 Bohooleraft, the historic origin of the Da kotas is told. Hiawatha was among the Chippoways, or properly the OJibeways, on lake Superior, who had expelled the Da kotas to the#est bank of the Mississippi k by the aid of fire-arms obtained from the French. Be resolved to get a bride, Min nohaba, among the Chippeways' enemies : d Still dissuading, sid Nokomise, Bring notto my lodges stranger a From the land of the Dacotabhs ! Very fierce are the Dacotahs; Often is there war between us; There are fends yet mnforgotten, Wounds that ache and still may open. Then departed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 August 1876

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTIBING. I Tme................. 2 83 $5 7 38 810 $20 t30 .. 5 6 10 12 16 25 40 3i " -. ............4.. 7 8 12 14 20 33 48 1 Month................. 5 8 140 1 16 25 38 55 7 .... 7 1 18 24 35 60 75 125 22 30 50 70 100 S11 15 2535 50 75 100160 1 Yer. ................... 16 25 40 55 70 90140 50 Regnlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. 'Iraulient advertising payable in advance. s.CI.(ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg untr :advertiscments, toial advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; Il ccntl per line for each succeeding insertion; Ines counted in Nonpariel measure. J.b Work payable on delivery. lU I ()oI . JiSSIONAIL CA IDS ATTORNEYS W F. .ANDEni. W. F. CL.LIx, SANDEI-RS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, I El.ENA, - - MONTANA. 'Ph y;ýl1an s anld Surgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSI~BROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT TUIE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 1.57 A. H. MIf'CHEL, M. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 4 August 1876

MILLS * KaSSSa, P&OPraZTOGS Letters for publication, containing news of general interest, are solicited from all the camps. In all cases the writer's name must accompany the letter. We will NOT publish anonymous letters. Where personalities are used they will not be published exeept over the name of the writer, and perhaps net then. BEPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYE8, OF OHIO. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YORKE. -As things used to go next Monday would have been election day. -The appropriation being cut down the Eastern railroads have discontinued the fast mail trains. -After they have all had their say on the Indian question, Maginnis' interview in the Tribune pans out the best-less froth and more fact. -Wendell Phillips, the boss scold of New England, is growling at General Sherman because he proposes to extinguish the hos tile Sioux. Send Phillips to the Yellow stone. -The depreciation in silver has forced Idaho merchants to adopt...

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. — 4 August 1876

RELIGIOUS. - Er,'-coreL.- Divine Scrr.ce. every S8nday at the (',y llotel at 11 :t, n. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday-!chool i tih. Frlle lace at 2 p. iv . 11ev. M:hlo,, N. Oilhert oltii :l', n . Su i te n the Iclniterltl: ry 2fa Sunday n eve. y montl lb. at . p. m. PRESBYTEIIAN.-- Service, every Sunday olaning in the t're-hyterian Chuarle . at 11 a. m.; evenng. 7:45 p m.. Rev. .J. I. Ruaerl. oftf iatir.g. taulay-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer nr.,l ing every Wednedlny evening at 7:45 M. .. SoCTIL--Divine Service at the M. E. Church on Su1nday nIext 1t 11 a. In. and 7 p. m., Pev. T W Fln ,ers officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 2. nm. Bishop Tuttle's Appointments for 1876. Bishop D. S. Tuttle will hold services in Helena.-8th S after Trinity, August 6th. Radersburg.-August 11th 8 p. m. Bozeman.-9th S after Trinity, August 13. Fort Ellis.-August 13th 4 p. m. llamilton.-August-lGth, 8 p. m. Bozeman.-10th S after Trinity August 20. Gallatin.-August 21st, 8 p. m. IIarriso...

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 August 1876

THE CENTURY. * Development of the United States Without Parallel - Increase in Population and Area. New York Tribune, July 4th. The first century of the United States closes to-day. It has been a' century of development without parallel in history. The population has increased from, 2,750, 000 to 44,675,000. The area has been ex tended from 800,000 to 3,603,844 square miles. The development of agriculture under the pressure of immigration and the stimulus of mechanical invention has been utterly without precedent. The value eof manufactures has advanced from $20,000, 000 to $4,200,000,000. Foreign and domes tic commerce has taken gigantic strides. The marvelous development of mineral re sources has hot been the work of a century but of fifty years. There was not a single bank in the colonies in 1776; there are more than 6,000 now. Internal improvements and the common-school system have kept pace with immigration. POPULATION. At the outbreak of the Revolution the (:ontinental Congres...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 11 August 1876

Elie Uein Iortb-$pt DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES O ADVERTISING. 1 Time....... ........... 11 $5 $7 $8 $10 $20 00 *3 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 3 .......... 4 7 8 12 14 20 33 48 i n th. ............... 5 10 1. 16 25 38 6S S .............. 7 12 18 24 i8 60 76 S9 1215 22 30 50 70100 S" .... ..... 11 15 25 5 50 75 100 160 ] Year..........1625 40 55 70 90 140 250 Regular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg ular advertisements. local advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. 1' IoF)1E &ISIONAL CA RDa ATTOI.NIiYS '. F. SAN)ER. W. F. CULLEN, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, L.ELENA, - - MONTANA. l'lyslcilanls attd Surgeons. CHAS. F. MUSS3IBROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT THE CITY DRUG STORE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - Montana. Will attend to professional calls in town. 267 ...

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 August 1876

-.ILLS a& ESSLER, PEDPRIETORS Letters for publication, containing news of general interest, are solicited from all the camps. In all cases the writer's name must accompany the letter. We will NOT publish anonymous letters. Where personalities are used they will not be published except over the name of the writer, and perhaps not then. BEPUtLICAN NATIONAL TI.UgT. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, OF OHIO. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YORK. -Sitting Bull woald like to eat Crow. -One hundred men left Deadwood July 10th to prospect on the Big Horn. -Manton Marble is receiving the best Democratic support of Now York for can didate for Governor. -At Buffalo, August 3d, Goldsmith Maid made the best time on record-three straight heats 2:16, 2:151 and 2:15. -The N. Y. Herald Custer monument fund is not augmenting rapidly. Up to July 27th less than $4,000 had been sub scribed. -Brigham Young has given notice that if the award of alimony to Ann Eliza is sus tained, he w...

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 August 1876

RELIGIOUS. Friz.corAL..- Divine Services every Sunday at the (iiyv Ilotel at 11 i, m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday-school in the . :mCe p.lec at 2 p. m . Rev. 'ahtloij N. Gilbert oftlicating. Services at the I'enlitcntiary 2d Sunday n every month, at 33 p. m. at. F. SoTH.--Divine Service at the M. E. Church on Sunday next at II a. In. aid 7 p. m., Pev. T W Flowers officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 2. m. There will be divine service at the Pres byterian Church on next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., by Rev. A. B. Cluckner, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Bishop Tuttle's Appomntments for 1876. Bishop D. S. Tuttle will hold services in lBozeman.-9th S after Trinity, August 13. Fort Ellis.-August 13th 4 p. m. llamilton.-August 16th, 8 p. m. Bozeman.-10th S after Trinity August 20. (Gallatin.-August 21st, 8 p. m. HIarrison's.-August 22, 8 p. m. Sterling.-August 23, 8 p. m. Virginima.--llth S after Trinity, August 27. Sheridan.-August 30, 8 p. m. Virgiilia.--12th S after Trinity...

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. — 11 August 1876

,--'-Te GREABT INDIAN BATTLESr Custers Disaster Considered in Compari son with Other Great Slaughters. EDMTOR Naw NORTH-WErT As the opinion generally seems to prevail that at the battle on the Little Horn River the slaughter of the soldiers was the great est that had ever occurred in any battle with the Indianas, I have looked up the data whtih are herewith given and which show that in two great battles has the loss of life been greater in proportion to the numbers engaged, while in several smaller engagements the loss was relatively very much larger. But the startling feature of the memorable defeat of Gen. Custer's fire companies of cavalry les' in the fact that not one escapedy wbrh; is unparalleled in the annals of-Indian warfare,although these same Sioux defet id Col. Fetterman in 1860 near Ft.--Phil. Kearney, and not a man escaped to tell the tale, but he had only ninety-six men, all infantry,while the Sioux were supposed to number about 1,600 war riors and were all mounted. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 August 1876

te Ietu Iortb=UWest DEER LODGE, MOINTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. -~--- - ] an . ..... "". SS $" 38 $103 20$30 S ....... ....... 5 6 0 12 16 25 40 S ................. 7 8 12 14 20 8 48 1 n .................. 5 8 10 14 16 25 8 55 2 .................. 7 10 12 18 24 3 60 75 " ................. 9 12 15 22 30 50 70 100 C " .................. 11 15 25 Si 50 75 100 160 SY-r:.r ................... : 16 125 ,40 55 70 90 140 250 Riegular advertising payable quarterly, as due. Trausient advertising payable in advance. + Iial Notices are 10 per cent. more than reg. ular +idvertisements. Local advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Worl payable on delivery. 1P It4)L'It.1-4 i( fNAL CA. Rb1T ATTOItNE YS3 S11'. SANDER,. W. F. CULLaR, SANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, UEl ENA, - - MONTANA. P*hI y.iclans atlld f4urgeons. CHAS. F. MUSSIQ(BROD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ()FICCE AT THE CITY DRUG STOR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 18 August 1876

tLLS & IU88LBE, PROPlIBTOBI Letters for publication, containing news of general interest, are solieited from all the camps. In all cases tile writer's name must adeompa1y he letter. We will NOT publish anonymous letters. Where personalities are wued they will not be published exeept over the name of the writer, and perhaps net then. &EIPU LICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRnsrDEIT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, OF OHIO. POR VIC.-PIRWBDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YORK. -The telegraph line was working from Bozeman to Deer Lodge yesterday and still no news from Crook or Terry. -A Sioux squaw came into the Crow camp the other day and told about a great battle in which Terry had whipped the In dians. Unfortunately it was not confirmed. -New York is going to organize a min ing Board. Its object is to permit New York speculators to -gamble, with all the modern conveniences, in Nevada mining stocks. -The Servians are plucky. Driven back to the line they so enthusiastically crossed a few weeks ...

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. — 18 August 1876

RELIGIOUS. ErsoovAL.-- Divine Services every Sunday at the City Hotel at 11 a, m. and 7:45 p. m. Snnday-school in the sr.me place at 2 p. m , Rev. Mahlon N. Gilbert ofiticating. Scrvices at the Penitentiary 2d Sunday a every month, at 3s p. m. M. L Sotrru.--Divine Service at the M. E. Church on Sunday next at 11 a. q. and7 p. m., Pev. T. W Flowers officiating. Sunday School in the same place at 2. m. - - - s ". PRsSBYTER.IAN.-Senimca every Sunday morning in the Presbyterian Church, at a. m.; evening, 7:45 p im., Rev. J. R. Russel, officiating. Sunday-school In the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:45. Bishop Tuttle's Appomntments for 1876. Bishop D. S. Tuttle will hold services in Bozeman.-10th S after Trinity August 20. Gallatin.-August 21st, 8 p. m. Ilarrison's.-August 22, 8 p. m. Sterling.-August 23, 8 p. m. Virgima.-llth S after Trinity, August 27. Sheridan.-August 30, 8 p. m. Virginia.-12th S after Trinity, Sept. 3d. Poindexter's.-September 7th, ...

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. — 18 August 1876

COEArD BY THE sBIOUX. The eoape.of Sibley and His .en. From the EveningTelegraph. Caoon's ENEDITION, CAMP CULOUD PEAs, WroMIne, July 1i. The day after Crook's party returned from their hunt, the General, expectig the wagon train every moment, determined to send out a reconnoitering party along the base of the mountains, northwest, to dis cover where the Indians were and to take a general observation of the country. Lieutenant Frederick W. Sibley, of Company B, Second Cavalry, with twen ty-five picked men drawn from the regi ment, was detailed to accompany the scouts, Frank Grouard and Baptiste Pour ier, on the reconnoisanee. John Becker, a mule packer, who had some experience as a guide, was also of the party. The scouts had ventured forward some twenty miles two nights before, but saw Indians and re turned. An officer came around to my tent on the morning of July 6th and informed me of the plan. He said the party were going in the direction of the Little Big Horn river, northwest, ...

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