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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 23 March 1877

RECEIPfS AD EIPENDIP ES -r --OF DEER LODGE COUNTY, M. T., From March 1,1876, to March 1, 1877. --0- Accounts Allowed During the Year Ending February 28. 1877. - o COUNTY FUND. To Whom Paid. What For. Amouat. March 8th, 1876. Jas 8 McAndrews Boarding prisoners and 16510 sheriff's fees......... 16 10 Addison Smith.... 1st quanrter salary as school superinieudent 190 00 4 E Mayhew.... Services as Diet Att'y 11000 March 9th. A E Mayhew.... Diet Attorney fees.... G000 D Billingsliy ..... Wit. fees Ter vs Groves 3 40 Perry Jacoby..... do do 40 Henry Leach..... do do 340 Jas S McAndrews do do 3 40 Hunter Olin...... do do 3 40 Jos Wel........ do do 140 April 20th. TCPorter... ... Judge of R. R. election 100 DN Upton....... do do J W Ransom.... do do TE Pounds....... do do 3 A T Echols.... do do 3 Joaquinn &bascal.. do do 3 David Johns ..... . do do 3 James Nolan .. do do 3 B Birminghpm ... do do 3 P Woodlock ..... do do 3 J BMcMasters.... do do 3 90 L F Kcim ........ do do 3 James A Mos...

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. — 30 March 1877

t etb w 3 tob1= est DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTTIINQ. 1 Tne .................. '' $3 35 7 18 10 120 $3 2 :3: 5 6 10 12 15 25 40 S............... : 417:8:12 14 20 23 48 S .......... 7 10 1i2 18 24 6 60 75 S ................. 15 22 30 50 70 100 6 ............... 11 15 3 50 75 100 160 1 Year ................... 16 '23 40 t 55 70 90 140 250 Rernlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. Special Notices are 50 per cent, more than reg. ular advertisements. JI.cal 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. 5 I'cIFEI*SIONAL. CARDS ATTORNIEY W. F. SANDERS. W. F. CULLLIN, `ANDERS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, HELENA, a * MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTOREY-AT-LAW, ROOM 3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. Special attcntion to all matters relating to the public lads. .particularly to contests and applications for SMineral lan...

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. — 30 March 1877

XILLS & KEBBLE8, PROPRIETORS t. w Letters for publication, containing news P' of general interest, are solicited from all the pi ampls. In all cases the writer's name must ir accompany the letter. We will orT publish anonymous letters. Where persona.ities are J used they will not be published except over P 4 the name of the writer, and perhaps not w then. tl __ - -- I ti -After all the excitement it seems now tt that Cox was the only one killed on the a , Yellowstone-white or Indian. ti -'Bozeman thought the railroad corpora- e tion was going to make a still hunt, con strued the "silent ttctics" as a dangerous o : megaoe and struck out in bold opposition a r j week or two ago. d a -Joseph's band of the Nez Perces are i making hostile demonstrations near Lew , iston, Idaho, and overtures are made to r the Palouse, Salmon River and White Bird ' bands to join them. --Mr. Thos. Baker has been assigned to c duty as assistant editor of the MAadisonian. t Ile has good abilities and in ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 March 1877

ew oarth-Wtest. tRELIGIOUS. T'rK· -'... ) li re Servhi,. every Sunday at the ( ' " ' . 7nt i, m , . S! daIy-rchool S I p. n . I -,l. .i, 1iln N. Gilbert , . ~+,t n i I,- f hit.tiary 2d Sunday S'evi.ry ySunday morning I thircc. at I1 a. m.; e:vening, 7.39 P i; , I. l (ue. t el, ofilliatlig. ',:,J,,,l s ..,ho )! ill t (e splln place at e 2 p. m. Prayer lat Thur ,l .e ivelilg at 7:30. 'lll t- lJ vices ery Stuiday. Fir at as at S, ,1' i ,, . "m.; o la . 1.,l ' si M u:ls at 10;4 a m . C atechism , ,, inui of the Sisters ,l Charity at 2E 11'. 0 V . Vo s at 7 i clock p. ll. L()(_,'AL NEW S. li:rl.-W- e were in Butte a day or two tlhi· week aLd although not especially look igll after items absorbed some occurrences and imlpres~iuns of which these occur. The c:ml' " hl!ding firmn. The faith that ex isted a Jear ago is many fold stronger to day ,s leads are developed and facilities for :e(dctionl are allarded. On Monday last all ;ui" mills were lunuing, the Centennial ,ad l)cxter having been ...

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. — 30 March 1877

THE NEW CABINET. Sketches of Lives: of the Membeers. From the New York Herald. WILLIAM M. EVARTS, SEC'Y OF STATE. 'William Maxwell Evarts, whom Presi debt Hayes has chosen to be his Secretary of tate,'is like his predecessor in that office, a resident of Second avenue in this city, and is the peer in every way, and in legal learning and ability, more .than' the peer of his distinguished neighbor. It is little mnore than a quarter of a century since Mr. j*varts came to this city and was admitted to practice in the courts of this State, but in that time, short as it is, he has earned the first place, not only at the bar of New York, but of the country. He, was born in Boston, February 6, 1S19, his father, Jeremiah Evarts, being a lawyer of fair practice and good ability. He entered Yale College at an early age and graduated in 1837. Subsequently he studied for two years at the Harvard Law; School, and in 1841 he came to this city, where he imme diately entered upon the practice of his...

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. — 6 April 1877

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. S.................. 5 $7 .. 10 10 12 15 25 4 7 8 12 14 20 33 4 13'.,ntn ................. 5 8 I+) 1t4 1]6 25 38 5bs . 7 10 18 24 3 6075 S ................. 9 I I. , 22 1 3 50 70 100 :t I-!",i 3i 50 7510010 1 Y.- . ........ ....... .16 -;4o 55 , 70 90o 14o 250 R.,L,:lr advertising payable quarterly, as due. iTrn!sielt advertising payable in advance. -,,,.ial Notices are 50 per cent. more than reg. Uilar dPvertisements. L,,cil advertising, 15 cents for the first insertion; 10i cenis lier line for each succeeding insertion; lin' eninlllted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. - ~---- ------------~ I • Il ( c 1,E I,.*4,r iN AL, CA ltDf \w <. W. F. CULLLN, I \NI)EIKS & ICULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ENA, - - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM 3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. ,in , 1 il t't ntioln to all Iltatiere relating to the public :i-, p iiebIltrlvy to ontl rts i la d app'ications for 1iim·ral! Io li toi ...

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. — 6 April 1877

JAUSr H. PILLS, PU3LZIS Letters for publeation, eontainul" ewes of general interest, are solicited from all the camps. In.aU cases the writer's name must acqmpany the letter. We will SOT publish anymeus letters. Where personalities are used they will not be published e icpt sr the name of the writer, and perhaps net then. -Silver closed in London Wednesday at 53. d. -The railroad magnates are in oonven tion in New York and the war is likely io come°to an early termination. -News from Deadwood Wednesday says Crazy Horse with 900 warriors is going in to the Agency to make peace. Sitting Bull has but few warriors. -Now is the time of year when every town south and east of us with a news paper tells the natives it is "the best outfitting point for the gold fields." --ome of the brethren in Salt Lake are very hot over Lee's revelation implicating Butcher Brigham. They needn't rend their endowment garments so numerously for the end is not yet.-B. L. Tribune. -The Benton Record says a join...

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. — 6 April 1877

iLELIGIOUS. o.fi.L.-- 1 )j'ivt' ei vicr every Sunday at the Ch , , 1. 1M i. . n! . n. Snday-ochool ii I 25 I~ ' V I i * o N. Gilbert .t ' .ii.... . . . tihtry 2d Sunday - , '- ,: I ,i. .Svery Snnday morning in l, "" , c" huc:',l;(' "tt . at 11 a. m.;evenine, 7.39 I 1. I.n e. of.liciating. t: : m-!, I plire at 2 p. in. Prayer ' Th.rdaI c venine at 7:30. , . ,icc . ry S:ilay. First as at tit.; S: ., Iald IMa: at 1(14: a m. Catechism 11,,{i .r: 1 : ,)io, l to f the Sialrs of Charity at 2j S , V, ' rA at 7 o 'clock p. m . ILOCAL NEWVS. t',,l:'Ic.--()r readers will recollect men Wtilgn bcilng llade SOllle .veeks ago of a di.:'rlid prisoner named Coppic having been fi(lln in the Dog Creek Hills during a et ore stollr ill which he was out all mhllt. tn1 his lying at Mr. Butler's Milk iilanc(l'e. l was brought to St. Joseph's Hlospit;dl this week in a fearful condition, and ,in Cxaminationt by Dr. Mitchell it was ft1roii that )otih his feet would have to be alllutated-the right foot having ...

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. — 6 April 1877

MI Story of the Mountain Madow c The following is the confesilon of John D. Lee, which appeared in the San Fran eisco ChraniLes and N. Y. Herald: Pxocw, Nov., March 21.-After the sen tence of death had been passed upon Lee in September, 1876, he made a full confes sion in' writing of his participation in the Mountain Meadow Massacre, which doca ment he delivered to W. W. Bishop, of Floche, one of his counsel,and directed him to have the same published after his exe cntion. "The following is the confession made by Lee : My name is John D Lee. I was born on September 6, 1812, at Kaskaskia, Randolph county, Illinois. My mother belonged to the Catholic Church and. I was christened in the faith. My parents died while I was still a child and my boyhood was one of trial and hardship. I MARRIED Agatha Ann Woolsey in 1833 and moved to Fayette county, Illinois, on Sucker creek. There I became wealthy. In 1836 I became acquainted with some traveling Mormon preachers. I bought, read and believe...

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. — 13 April 1877

DEER LODGE, MONTANA., RATES OF ADVERTISING. 12 14 20133 S'd. : l o 1 16 25 5" .. ........... 1S 30 50 70 100 Isal ' ,:, . 100 160 l .. .. 6 ,_ :Y6 4 70 90 140 250 eh' :r a,-ernising payable quarterly, as due. r] r :, t .aivcrtiiln"i payable in advance. -;, , Nr c e 50 per cent. more than reg : b:, a i;-,t ii~eogmn,. 1 n. i.. 1, a al ivrtising. 15 ceant for the first Insertion; IIl ;.,. pter lihl for each succeeding insertion; ,iaei "'.'!ted in Nonpariel meanure. Job \Vork payable onr delivery. V1" - , 'a . ? t. F. c. t.LEN, -\ Ni)I -" & (1CtLLE.N, ATTO2NTYS-AT-LAW. , ENA, - - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, iOOM 1:, MAY H5II.DIN(;. Washington, : D. C. Sp i 1:ittl f ion to i1 l:l 'ul er relatin h,.g to ltl public as: d ,..ti. lit riY^u ir to .ocnt-r t and appt)iC:11il for A i'r11 al - l , J, L, Iorc the G heeI'aI Land O r()11c and De- ] , i-r ntll,. I . |i t ln terio'. ,1n", et . c,. Ju. : . IL O'I.ino ,, and W. W. y a.@on. Em'I.. er Lorte. M. T. P04-ly lPh y':icinh I...

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. — 13 April 1877

JAN35 H.. XILLS, PURBI E . 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 wrill NOT publish aonymous letters. Where persoenalities aare used they toill not be pubisAed ezcept ever i the namer of the writer, and perhaps not then. --Music all along the line. -The Eastern telegraph line has been down for a couple of days. -It is stated Governor Potts is as serene and placid as a summer morning-a right warm morning, you know. -Do you notice that purple line aronnd our neck? It isn't a rope-mark. It is simply the place where our head went off. Oh that we had been thicker in the neck I -Very many friends have earned our gratitude during the past week by kind words and devoted services. We appreciate these things and will endeavor to be worthy of them. -Benton's " Thirty Years in the United States Senate" was a masterpiece. But wait till we write up " Twenty-four Hours a Secre...

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. — 13 April 1877

I;RELIGIOUS. Er-,'(.' AL.-- Divii;i Servic, s every Sunday at the (hr , a . i. ild 7.'.1u im. Sntday-school ", ,,, , 2 ,. I, . h , N. (aGilhes t ;.~! i : .- M·i., . Sanday S. . , t y S t luday morning I . . 1 I n. : eening, 7.ee , ;, ) -, t tu , . pl{ace at p. im. P'rayLr ".ry h r., eve.in, at 7:30. ", I " rv'ices very Suday. Firs t as at i,, a m.:.L roul M as at ll0,J a m. Catechism . t tion of the Si- rs'l Charity at 2 i. 'ers at 7 o'clock p. m. 10)TEL ARRIVALS. ,'(OTT H10 USE. Valley Cihas S Wi:ren Butte ' 1. ," t John Noyes and \D "l ,;;;:," 1 h v ('rek ftanily do F' 0:in :, Iat \Vin Sl.' Frdl Bock Stevensville Sflv ) F lifllman Butte ' Y kI C (' Nai.on Emmettshurg , i . y l'hfi;:.,hm I 13 lPoiter Helena l -i"i\ .1 ('ramer Butte li 11: r, I;h'hkfoot C' Nichols Stevensville Ikar John Keating \\ahng G r;., ow Ai-tacuy , loepfier Nevada Clk ; "N": .l- a ; i dSi ,J ihn Sli ss ilver Lake llleii Wi EIansa Valley i.ii do, T E Pnounis Blacktoot i. , , accl Bear It N 'Tibbetts do ,hEn It...

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. — 13 April 1877

fTHIN8 AS THiEY WRb, TIE 8ETRO -D PIRST P == EIPI The Western T phee Preilent sad His An tecedent--The Stock His Cabinet is X rade Of--A Clean, Quiet, Con fddnt Administration. Gath," in Philadelphia Tun.s. NEW YORK, March 23.-Statu quo ante belilum, or things as they were before Lin coin, slavery excepted : such is the tenden cy everywhere. President Hayes is almost the passive instrument of this tendency. I wrote you a letter last snmmer,after seeing him for the first time, expressing the belief that he was the exponent of the matured and enlightened West, which I regard as the best compounded part of the United States. People there are Republicans in the full sense of equality, average prosperi ty, very general robustness, hopefulness, breadth of view and freedom from preju dice and faction. Hayes is not their great est man, but one of their sincerest and purest, le is a young Washington,lacking only the big jaw bone. Such a crystal of a man is hardly possible in a very old or a ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 April 1877

ile feorthi= Wtot DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ',ar advert sing payable quaOly, as due . ir I I . I ,t aiver'tisiug. 13 cents for the first insertion; -.6 '$7 $i $i10 0.i N =t eI 1 15 2140 S21 7 81 334 al 1416 2 25 &38 55 i- \\ l.3 S ( l I N60,75 SENA, 10 MONTANA. Washiering ptonyable narngton, y, as duC. -,,,, r tnierin to alt rrelatin to thadvance. . i, i S atic ly are oi per cent. iore than reg.fo lr hl ,lict orti he lt LantOileand De I.. ~(t oa . 1 ntq for th firsrirt in ron; S, .. pl r line . for cac succeeding insertion; CH'I" lF,'ii- iSVO . F. (LLLDN. -\YS \ 1IIN ADl SURGEON , t'c OPPOSITE POY- T-OF-L ICE. Deer Lodge, - - - MontanA. A. K. MIENDiTCHLM.., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Sin an d Y BUILDINGeon. Was-Oice gtppoite PotofeD. C. DEER LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. ii sll mion to alt m ttitrs i-elating tothepublic HA. F . A3CQLARK, PrsIe. D.t Dony niell,1 awn d ugeoCo. -Oflcc Op poeir e Po.tof a.ce HI)ER. LODE. - - - - BrONToN. Prompt ttaentiiOby uoght tor day to patients...

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. — 20 April 1877

JAMES H. WILLS, : PUBLISHER. 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. ,-Captain A. E. Lee, who was Private Secretary to President Hayes when he was Governor of Ohio, has been appointed Con sul General at Frankfort, Germany. -Since the retirement of Governor Saf *ford, of Arizona, on the expiration of his eight years' term, Governor Potts is the oldest Governor now in Commission of all the Territorial Governors. -W. K. Rogers, private Secretary of President Hayes, was his class-mate in college and afterwards his law partner in Cincinnati when the firm was Corwine, Hayes & Rogers. He is now in feeble health and may soon be compelled by severe labor to retire from his present position. -Colorado proposes to abolish the...

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. — 20 April 1877

~EW t th-mtot#'ý RELC4LC)US. Fra-(' A!..-- Pjii'l( ihtiii.e every Snunday at the (Ia 11ni i~a.-1. 7. I) . mi. vmiidiy-school olfia ..ti - I~ *....Lli-itsy 2d iuinaliiy _ *.: (.. - . a'*aty sdtinday mu, idlig a t 1 in ii etait', 7 Ba "," Ii. I .-7i-.. (Ii'1;. imoo, plaCeat 12 p. iI'raiyer Ph ica. itý ,t 1h.t a (t:ii ' I.: 7.3 (".; n , 1 ( c.: c lry liad, Fir e ca at t.ý,t( a- at . 10, I4. (aeh~ 5(017 10?sE t:.ýý" t t ,"!;,. o ll .Iii'" ( f il ii litiuicer pr, iss a.,ý u Itc aaia tc;5keIikainL:aii Nu'a u!' ,a (ols (t 1" t._ Ii, ai lain itijah iii,~ Buttee "I , i' t iPactin.,1 r tdo t'OIC. C !C\ Iiil1)ild 7II\Ce Bow l~iiii~aaolalila \ulliy Ii i (iii l d( (.t N ( aaa ; k1 Iinn " $lc eltr dlo 'r , i ii,' ii ii li lia A I c Iiliii ldfSil v Bow I1it u."i 1t aia Jiigzi Vl izalle ,:,,ii Jilah ck". aaaaia( (iio \.u 1r I'l iierl' i l ic pe ur tio cB URA'EY 110 UOSE. M nctoniald P~iler Winl Durarnd Dry Gulch ~ 'I ibhhra do Israetl Gbba do Jull Bobblias "i'ai'ey Chas Hugahea Bitter Hoot '1'iio E...

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. — 20 April 1877

TEBZBLE OoFLAG3ATIOlI. 'ctSl Destratti@ of the oiathern SEtel in t. oals. ST Louis, April 11.-The most frightful 1 calamity that has eter befallen St. Louis, I took place at a very early hour this morn- I ing, involving the total loss of the South- I era Hotel by fire, and the loss of a large number of lives. The exact number can not now be given, but it is feared that 40 or 50 persons perished, either by being di rectly burned or first smothered and then consumed. The fire caught in the storerooms in the basement, and was first seen coming through the ground floor just north of the office, and in ten minutes it had ascended the elevator and rotunda, and spread itself over the sixth floor under the roof. This floor was occupied entirely by the employes of the hotel, the largest part of which were women. The fire spread rapidly, filling every room and halt wvith flames and smoke and the scene was one of the most terrible description. Frantic men, women and children ran through the ha...

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. — 27 April 1877

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. = 4 8i 50 l 1000 140 71 r -o ! 1 140 i250 1 " "t I ...... . . ;,t ; 2 3. 60 75 ;touchir adverti.tti payable quarterly, as due. -,- , ,,- t al.,vcrti"eig payable in advance. ýl.i,al N,tii(ers are 50 Per cent. more than reg l:,r ai r'rtiý.n' el V.t .,,,', n.ivcertt.l i.. 15 cents for the first insertion; l.t ,c~ul. p.r line for each succeeding insertion; illne t'nt!cd in Nonparictl mea.nlre. j, wVork iayable on delivery. t.( -1,,4-.141 10,' 11, ('A 1t1), W0 1 "V. F. ('UI.LoEN. \NI ill.- , ('iIl L N4, ATTO17E'.'J-AT-LAW, .t ENA, - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM .3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. ti,,e, i.l :tt ntiou to nill ma'ters relating to the public , I:;'H lV:u!y to co c tets and applicationns for MiLlr.,! Id. l btf'ire the Gelneal Land OfllcC and De artia iihr ut tIh' Initerior. 1 Ilrcc, l ri; ucI).. II. O'Bannon, and W. W. .isn,. yE.. ])hur Lodge. 51. T. 704-ly I'Ihysl(cianls a.ld Iurgconls. CHAS. F. MUSSIBBROD, M....

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. — 27 April 1877

JAZ E8 H. MILLS, PUBLISHE,. 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 o the name of the writer, and perhaps noet then. -IH. W. Scott has succeeded W. Lair Hill as editor of the Oregonian.-the great paper of the north-west coast. -It is reported that Crazy Horse with 2,000 people is en route in to surrender. This will leave Sitting Bull's band the only hostile force. -The. M1agazine of American History, New York, and the Historical and Geneal ogical Register, Boston, speak in flattering terms of the first volume of the Montana Historical Society. . ---The Eastern war news on the 17th sent gold up to 1.07; in New York. In Chicago business was much excited. Wheat went to the highest point it has reached since 1872. -Up to latest advices Russia had not declared war agaiLs...

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. — 27 April 1877

----, . .. ..* - r--',, LLRELIG-IOUS. rFlcoP'AL.- Divine Servioe s every bmnidiay at the (h-tI. :i 11 :. ni . n ad 7.:0 (i. in. Sun:,day-cl ool I Ie~t . . * . i N. UjIt-ert !-.": i :c.. - : t i~" 1'uat,| hti.l'ry Aki Sunlay i I.ve tl ) h, t ; . illi.S ]' t:rpenIia .-ý,r\il'ts ecy il ililay flinoLlug hii ' 1'.resbytCl rialli Ci 'tdi hI , :t 11 a .11i ; eveninge, 7.8! . I' Y, J. I. itssel, fi i.lailg. S,, 1 1<. s 001:hool ii the sa 1111 .I ie at 2 p. nl Prayier I cI..ri , ,;'t 'iy Thorngl|. evetV ill- c t t7:.30 ' ; ,: ,a . -- .,S r ice' c.ery Si,.daty. Fir no ti e at , o.;" )I at 10.-'; a ru. (',techiism |Ll e," t Ic ltre"tioln of the Sclers f charity at 2y I r , i l. '. Vespers ait 7 U'clock p. It. l LOCAL NEWVS. ___---- 7j-ool Ir'oiur.-We are in receipt of the l'poit, of Corlnelins Iledges, Superin tcll lit of PIublic Inst rction, for the year 1.,hi, with the School Laws and forms of 31,,illlah I1 shows the total nnlmber of school age in the Tle ritry is 4,271, of w ,ll *,,1 att...

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