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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 6 July 1877

'II. .)AUro ]YDU. WAI. Father espil. Gives the OrWig of the SAN FRANCIsco, June 26.-Rev. T. Mes plie, for thirty years a Catholic missionary among the Indian tribes of Washington,. 'Idaho and Oregon, now stationed at Fort Boise, as chaplain of the United States army, gives the following intelligence in regard to Indian matters: "In October, 1874, he was at Umatilla agency to meet the chiefs on that reservation. A council was held at which about 50 Indians were present, including the principal chiefs of the Umatillas, Cayuses and Wallowas. There were at that time residing on the reservation, 700 Indians, the whole num ber, of whose nominal home it was, could not be less than 3,700, The remainder were scattered throughout the surround Ing country, the majority of them being at Priest Rapids, on the Columbia river. At the council the Indians were very nearly unanimous in the wish to cede the Umatilla reservation to the government, and be allowed to go into the Wallowsa valley, where 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. — 13 July 1877

Ilte tesN orttWeot DEER LODGEMONTAiA. RATES OF ADVERTIBING. 1 ITi..e . ..... 4 $i I:', 1 38357 0 20 2 - . ............... a 5 167 , 1 2 15 25 40 . 47 .8 12 14 20 33 48 i Monuth ............... I : 18 14 16 25 38 55 •, ' .................. 7 0 2 2 81 60 7 5 . . "' 2 ",. 5~0 75 100 160 1 Y ar .................! 16 i .. ,40 55 70 90 140 250 Ro',lar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Transient advertising payable in advance. lrbNrial Noticee 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 Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. I' to F' *4E'IONAl, CA IDS -l"'CU RiN *EY. S W. lF SAN)KRA. W. F. CULL'SN, S I NI)ERS &, CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .i.i.ENA . - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM 3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. Special attention to all matters relating to the public arne, particularly to contests and applications for Milne...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 July 1877

JAMES H. MILLS, PUBLISHER. -The telegraph line has been down the past two days ; hence no late news. General Howard is a great "'' trapper." After he sets a few more "'traps" for Jo seph like that last one there won't be any body left in Idaho but Indians. -The impression among well informed people is that.r'ather Mesplie in his esti mate of fighting Indians, as published last week, drew the long bow clear across the big fiddle. -.Tames Gordon Bennett's courier reach ed New York on the 4th, with instructions to prepare the Bennett villa at once. It is reported James is to marry immediately on his arrival. May-B. -Grant's administration alienated a large portion of the Republican press and inde pendent papers sprung over all the land. Hayes has captured the independent press and now many of the old-liners are "off." We will never all sing the same music again probably unless a Democratic administra tion should come in. -We have so far promptly kept the com munities between this and I...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 July 1877

=.-- ~ - - - - d- - - SELIGIUO T. r,.,, A, L.-- Divi:'e Servire's every SteIRlly at tlhe (hj r .'d i , c r ' t 'l " y- chool i4 trni.l N. U rilbelt offui:cti'r ' ",,; v ..... ,, .- I'" ,tteuti.ary 2d Sunllday n ) uevgg r at .. , ' ' ".i. rll.l iS day mn.. tlng 6 t11 in m.; itenin , ; , Hr . ,I. . tiu "I :I. ofriciatiI:. I.nIiday I -hOr is 1 tie .miii place at 2 p. m. Prayer e ,tin. " e',,ry} T h ,irsday e hilng at 7:30). ,AT , \i. S" "s every Si iiday. Fir lt I:lr at . a.;:k ;v.: m eond luses at li, ri m. ('atreclhim hIld'r r 'rtle r.tio, of the Siieter t Cof harity at 23) 'rock P. n. espersr,, t 7t o'cloc kp. 111. :Z..C,^ TJT TLE'S APPOI1INTMrITS FO0 1877. ir]j.KcvooT.-FridY j.1uly 13, 8 p. nm. IIEl,: x.-July 15, 11 a. ni. and 8 p. nm. FIT.r SiAiW.--.Tuly 22 11 a. m. and 8 p). m. L?'\ I tivtEn-July 22. 4 p. m. 11:1; rN.-'I'Tue+eday. July 24. 8 p. in. tNs.Nl l.i.-Fridlay, July 27, 8 p. m. Ii :l :N. .-JllYy 29. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ..:r, i.)ýosy.- Mindlay, July 30. 8. p. Im. Brt m:t....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 13 July 1877

atcy theF rag. The legal existanoe of the present flag of the United States dates only from the 4th 1 of July, 1818. The Colonists were always 4 attempting to adopt a flag of their own. From the time that the indignant Govern or Endicott, of Massachusetts,in a moment of fury at the Romish tendencies of the English Government, cut out from the Co lonial flag the cross of St. George, until Washington raised the flag with the pres ent 18 stripes and the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew, at Cambridge,ou J.anuary 2, 1776, the country was almost as full of different kinds of new flags as it was of new ideas about liberty. When the war of the Revolution began, the regiments were distinguished from one another by the dif ferent designs and colors of their respective flags, but there were two of these flags that were more popular than all the others. These were the pine-tree flag, a white field with a green pine-tree in the centre and the rattlesnake flag, which many claim was the origin...

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. — 20 July 1877

bc etlm Uortb= West DEaSRLLODGE, MOTEXAA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ..' 7I S 5I7 x.10 $20 $310 . i 5 10 15 27 40 7 11 21 35 60 75 d 15 22 381 50 70100 .. It I:) 2) i i t50 75 100 110 I v..". . ......... 1 i ) 2 1 ,3 70 90 140 250 ;,",,' .ir :dvertnsing payable quarterly, as due. i t 'livcrtising payable iu advance. ,i::l Ntice. are 50 per cent. mrore than reg S...':t d cr lnlg. 15 cents for the first insertion; 1 ., nitsr line for each succeeding insertion; incE ate'i in Nonpahiel meaulro. Job Work payabbe oil delivery. i );.)"` MIONA I. ('A II1).+ L U l't)'C N 4Y 1" 1: ii'.t W. F. (t.'.L.EN , ATT3NEY;~-AT-LA.W, - S,.MONTANA. W. K. MENDSNHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, O4wi :±, MAY BITI IDIN.:, Washington, : D. C. ,,, : 'l i to il In;tl!rs rel:ti_ tol he public , ilt. ly to ion. r lest Iii ie lticnine for STt v* it a. fir, toe (t erGneral i.L di O11ice and Do Il, ..., i. ," I . i. O llannon, and 'V. WV. Ins.,(, i' }; .. T hor Lo,, ., M1. T. "04.1y I llt yicIitanl and Iurgeonl. CHAS. F. MUSSI.ABR...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 July 1877

JANUB H. XILZa, : PUBLIHP. -Adflts from Helena on Wedeasday discredited the recent reports about Sitting Bull. -The Blackfeet Indian treaty with the Canadian Dominion will be held at Fort McLeod Sept. 17, 1877. -The Corinne Record has horrible sc counts of a sea moster in Salt Lake. Shoot it quick. The next thing you know it will be trying to assassinate Jerome B. Stillson. -Despite the numerical superiority of the Rossian army operating in Armenia it is evident it has been seriously worsted,has abandoned the siege of Kars and retreated from before the city. -The regular troops from Baltimore cleated the Martinsville strikers out and started trams moving at 9385 yesterday. No violence. At Pittsburg yesterday noon all the freight men struck-L00 in all.. -Chief Joseph, of Idaho, is sleepless. That was the way with his namesake. F. Y. Herald. Why, we thought the only trouble with him was that he wanted to sleep, alone. -Old Howlish-wam-po, Indian chief at Umatilla, lately sold 79 mares...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 July 1877

RELIGIOUITS. Epl'.:orAl.-- Divine Service, every Suntlay at the Chur: :i It 11 a. 'n. I at s P. ,n St ntI ay-school inliii sth in l la, . t , 2 p, t. n . . t Untl.ltt N. Gilb] rt ,ftlijatinng hervies : the I 'iiitlntl.ialy 2d Sunday 'nt It TTElI:( t . = v i V' z y iqi.L" . un ty mOmrnng in !t' 1'-r.lh t,'ii r ("i l r .. iat 11 a. m.; evening, S p n.. ttt. .J. R. Itun c!. officiating. illilay-'scltol iIn the Psame place at 2 p. Il. Prayer me·tingia every Thurtlay eveuitin at 7:30. i-ATt1.i(:.-"Ser ii' a every Sunday. First Mass at i ,'cloi.k a. Im.; : cond Mas. at 1(1i0 a im. Catechism ui ,'r the dureetion of the Sisters of ('harity at .iX ,'loci, p;. ni. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. In. LOCA-L ~T.IEWS Ms:saula County Notes. (We again take the privilege of publish intg notes of interest from some of the per sonal letters received from Missoula. They represent fairly tI lie situatioti.-EDI'TO: N. - Netz Perces, knowni as Poker .Joe, came in in Suiiiay over the Lo Lt, trail, three dais from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 20 July 1877

SHE BANTI Of IUTs CLEAWATER. *-oward's 400 Soldiers WVbi Joseph's 300 Warriors. Good Fighting on Both Sides---Indians Driven to the Snake. Country. SAN FuANCisco, July 14.-A press dis patch from Portland, says the following official dispatch is just received from Gen. * Howard: HEADQUARgtERS DEP'T OF COLU [ruA, Camp Williams, left bank South Fork of Clearwater ,near mouth of Cottonwood, Idaho Territory, July 12, rpa Walla Walla, July 14th: By makfng a forced ma-ch I struck the enemy at 1 p. m. yesterday, about 300' strong, in a deep cation near the mouth of Cottonwood, on the South fork of Clear water. We opened tire at once with the howitzer and succeeded in starting the Indians from their position. Passing around a transverse cafion for a mile and a half I began the battle in good earnest and dismounting formed in th! lavines and behind rock barricades well prepare d. For seven hours every charge we made gained on them; still at night our position was not a verygood one as the ene...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 July 1877

DEEZa LODGE, MONTANA. RATEB OF ADVERTIBING. 3'.' s3 5 b 810 8W0 $3 `I 35i 1 12 15 25 40 . 41718 12 14 20 33 48 S . .... ll 14 16 25 881 05 S .............. 7 11 85 60 75 ........... .. 9 '. i5 50 70 10 ............ It' 3 i 8 50 7 100 160 1i ...- ;..6 ' 4 40 155 70 90 140 250 Repl.ar, advert'Ai* payable quarterly, as due. ,f r...hent advertising payable in advance. .ýeirJ] Noticcs are 50 per cent. more than reg ultar adverti. ments. L.ecal advertising. 15 cents for the first inaertion; 10 ents per line for each succeeding insertion; lines onnwted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. ,'i(t)I' I." IONA I CARE 1 - -'L"I'OIIN IEYS t1' M vt+ W. F. CULLUN, -.\ \\i I' ll .' & C:ULLEN, ATTO.NEYS-AT-LAW, I-:VA A - - .MONTANA. W. K. MENDKNHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, O1100" ::, MAY UI'.DIN. Washington, D. C. I:., ," att :' ti trot U l, Im t si te l-ic" to the public d. I1 ' li nl:rly ('i .,t.rr and l ieatll ion for ]i.i , I J n- Ir" tlIe (it entra:,l land liTffh andt De p a rtm nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 July 1877

* LAZEs H. trLL6r, PtBLIBHRzs . -These are fighting times. Between the war in Turkey, the Indian war and railroad war, we have a surfeit of gore and gunpowder. -Stanley and that"elephant gun"would come in good just now. By the way Ser geant Bates can get a chance now to carry the American flag through Joseph's camp. -We are requested by Chauncey Bar bour, Esq., to announce that owing to the existing Indian troubles no paper will be issued from the Missoulian office this week. -The Railroad strikes are still progress ing in the States, and have spread nearly all over the country. We are indebted to Mr. Willey for complete telegrams but the circumstances of Thursday compels their omission. -Joseph, the modern and aboriginal Joseph, seems to have done better than his great prototype. That Joseph left his gar ment in the hands of Mrs. Potipher rather than lie. This Joseph has thought better of it and having lied has licked the pursuing party of the seductive Howard and gone back to have...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 July 1877

gew porthWttest. RELIGIOUS. Ep1ooPrL..- Divine Services every Sunday at the Church at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m Sunday-scbool in the sanme place at 2 p. m . Rev. 7"ahlon N. Gilbert offilcating. Servlces at the Penitentiary 2d Sunday n every month. at 3M p. m. PRErByTIERIAN. -9 9viCesP every Sunday morning in the eresbyterlan fChurch, at 11 a m.; evening, 8 p m.. Rev. J. R..Russel. officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer metitng every Thursday evening at 7:80. CATHnoLC.-Services every Sunday. First Mass at i+ o'clock:a. m.; second Mass at 10jd a. m. Catechism under the direetlon of the Sisters of Charity at 2K o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. BISHOP TUTTLE'S APPON~TME1NS FOR 1877. HELENA.-July 29, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. JEFFERSON.--Monday, July 30. 8. p. m. TBouLDEt.-TuesRday, July 31, 8 p. at. tAlRw.SBURito.-Friday, Aug. 3. 8.p. m. Boimr.A.-Aug. 5, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. HAtMIL'roN.-Tuesday, Aug. 7. 8 p. m. BEARt CRtEiK.-Thursday, Aug. 9, 8 p. m. Boz.tIAN.-Aug. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 27 July 1877

JOSBPUfS iIISE TO NAPE. OOL. PiY VINDICATED--THE COUBIER LIED ABOUT MIS CONDUCT. ° Joseph and White Bird at Ots--List of Casualties at Cottonwood. t * S.x FRAxcisco, July 19.-Gen. Howard sent Joseph. the following reply to his mes sage offering to° surrender : CAMr oN CLEARWATER, July 15. t SJoseph may make complete surrender to morrow a. m. My troops will meet him at the Ferry. He and his people will be treat ed with justice. Their conduct to be com pletely investigated by a court composed of c nine of my army selected by myself. Col. M. P. Miller is designated to receive Jo- c seph and his arms. O. O. HOwARD, Brig. Gen. U. S. A. A later dispatch says Joseph's movements o sgbsequent to the proposition for surrender have convin'ed Gen. Howard thatthe prop oaition was merely a iuse to gain time for the escape of his force. The following dis patch has been received : To aen. McDowell, Ban Francisco: 1 Your dispatch of the 10th just received. I have aimed to send all the important and ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 August 1877

the Rem' otih= eats DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. : S 12 1 2 's 4 i I 1i 25 60 5r 0 7 1(0 1 15 4 0 *:V, 10 .x 140 o * 1verrliiP p'yeI:le cpxarterlv, as due. i ,.. i~· nl! rviriin gJa yable in advance. 3ci" t 0 per cent, more than reg. L tI cij ,r ·.1:; cents for the first ircrertion; 11 aý izr lir~: for catih succeeding insertion; Ixu"> cnlnttc 1'1 NonparicI ien co-re. j v.1 ab;Vur'c )utlaie ('0 delivery. $ ve)I' u: -O-.c*'A'. Al'.% (IAU1)-4 9F - . . MONTANA. \V. K. MIF.N D NIIALL., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RtUOOT1, MAY BIILDING, Washington, D. C. Iý, : It,! (''1 to all ina'ters rclti5. I'tothepahlic : IIIIpati1!llWIV to rconte-t.- and tlpt'icolifla for 5)IlT21,l i~l I-' toefr the (intatctl Limter (lltte tnit lDe tx,:1IneInt ofth liar Iirio'. IlI rmxc·~a : oh'· 0. 1) O'Innuitn, and W. W'. Ititix qtt . Ur Locp . T. 4-::O-y I'll ysictitlrn s and tiuvgecssa-.: CHAS. F. MUSSIaBROD, M. D., PHYSI.IAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. X(ill ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 August 1877

sI4as K. aLrZa ?VDLsUEsm -A riot is progressing in Belfast, Ire -Tilden is in London and Hendricks in Paris. -The great railroad strikes and riots in the east have nearly subsided. -JBTyellar has ben relieved of command is Caba ad General Blanco takes his place. -The N. Y. Tr'usns's special says the campaign in Ohio will be dull with doubt efl results. -The Coroner's jury of Reading Pa., iequltted the soldiers of the 4th regiment for Bring on the rioters. -Brigham Young denies that Governor Astell Of New Mexico, was ever admitted into the Mormon church and the people of New Mexico have asked his retention. -The Russians attacked Loratzon Tues day, but were repulsed, with 300 killed and 000 wounded. The Turks say Gallipoli can withstand any attack. -The war in Russia, the rints in the eut and the Nes Peroes insurrection made a dark record for July, 1877. The astrolo gers bad not foretold so sinister a combi nation of the bloody stars. -John Suterfield shot and killed John Batler in W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 August 1877

R ELIGIOUS. pp!Frli'Al..-- J'vin." Sorvi'r.-p every Snliiday at the S).... h 1! 'I. ,n ni.t~ " 'i 'rhday'-ctuool I' . a 1 P' PII.' N. ilph- rtC nonfiratiir ý"r*'""eý "~ tilhe Per"iitertiary 9d Hunday l.,r -I'. l . ,'"'i . eIv.iy Sunday l orning iln ! """_, . risl 1hmi t ( . at 11 n. In.; e ening, t, ; H .. 1. . lti-i'i*l. officiating. umlyr-hol in tihe pIaIei place at 2 p. nm. Prayer rltin t every Thuriday evening at 7:90. -..`.. - t An iiI.- Servicea every Sundnay. Firt Mas at S,' Iink p. nl.; -coid ManA at I0Y a mn. Catevhism .lder the dir.c,tion of the Sihtera if Charity at 23 ,'I ,.k p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. in. BIS31OP TUTTLE'S APPOINTMENTS.FOR 1877. ( Al.ATtrs.-~iInndaiy, Aug. 13, 8 p. m. P'orNy.--'ueslay, Aug. 14, 8 p. m. El.Is,;a.-W\Vodnesday, Aug. 15, 8 p. m. M.IAnls VA.,P.--Aug. 19, 11 a. um. \'irn;INIA CITY.-Aug. 19, 8 p. m. SP E-:.ltIAN.--Wedlnesday, Aug. 22, 8 p. m. \'IwN.IA ('IT.--Aug. 26,11 a. m. & 8p. m. Po, Nll-xl'ElIts.-Aug. 29. 8 pi. m. A ;r;eNNrA.-'Thurs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 10 August 1877

HOWARD'S ADVANCE TU MIS Hi 1 orous Pl t of the Hostiles. u .sink tai U of Routes and Conferences to be Held with Sherman and Sheridan. 'POaiTrr1 D (0.) July 24.-1- telegram from General Howard to headquarters in this city to-day, says he is awaiting the arrival of troops and Colonel Green's cav alry from Boise. He will then assume the command .of the cavalry in person, and tai, the Lo Latrail, in pursuit Of Joseph, WiJtt'r Bot"h HRif Will also send a force of infantry through the Spokane country t.t o we bayhepr uane d any Indians S'w df6 n y be faclintd t' engaie in hostili tide. Dispatches just received from the head of Lawyer's Cation. Camp Alexander, July 23, via Walla Walls the 24th, to the fol lowing effect : Indians made a descent on the KamiahS yesterday, stealing 400 ponies from the Karamiahs, and left for Little Camas and the buffalo country. It is evident that Joseph sent back this band for a fresh supply of horses, and to revisit old caches, and to chastise Indians frien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1877

Elegtk dortbWest DEER LODCIOZ ONTAIA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I. .5 .5 lar adver sing payable quarterly, as due. .r. .t _vrtiing payable i advance.7 810 1 ......... 5'ý 6 1012 15 25 40 ular ad vert , ,. I ( (mens. 8 12 14 20 83 48 Lal ..av..rtig.5 ce for the first er1 25 55 18 24 11 35 60 75 F cents per line for each ueeedng inertiO0n; .......O....... 11 1.1"1:r 8>c b 5 JI 60 l ....1%; 240 5 70 90 140 260 lonLir adounted ing Nopaable qmearte.rly, as due. I Wri i payable on delivery.n advance. rl... iiil Noti(e- are 50 per cent. moro than reg. o Xr Tidvrtlx ti"ts. -. . . 1.ieal advertising. 15 cents for the first insertion; 1It ients per line for each succeeding insertion; lines- counted in Nonpariel mea-.urc. . I.lh Work paertle on dclivery. rI.ti l I)i-5 5rIOU NAL. CA It1)5 A'r'TO ILNIVErV' ., j W. F. CULLEN, S'1tIlS & L LLEN, A"TOiNxYS-AT-LAW, k, A - -. - MONTANA. . K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM 3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. -,.'cial attention to all matters rel...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1877

Z ILSd, : PBISBBEB. __. s in gton dispatch of Aagust i (Th says : ,"A. J. Smith, Sur reyor-Gener ald of Montana, has been suspended. The charges preferred are misdemeanor in office." -The NEw NOBTrr-WEST being deserted by the editor the office boys have charge of the paper this week. Our subscribers must accept this as our apology for the lack of usual news items and editorials. They will, however, be fully repaid next week by icadingthe personal experience of our be ligerent editor while at the front. -In accordance with the directions of General Gibbon and Governor Potts,Lieut. , Benson. Mdiatant of the 7th l.egimnt and Capt. .Mill left yesterday mowring for Pleasrnt Valley, with orders to- move all the regulars and volunteers through to Pleasant Valley and across into the Snake river country, to intercept the Indians and co-operate with the forces under Howard. General Gibbon beheves there is yet time by rapid movement to accomplish th:s and certainly destroy the hostiles. 'tHE x...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1877

RELIGIOUS. ErrcorAL.- )ivine Services every BSunday at the Churrh at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. Sn nday-school in the same place at S p. m . rev. Mahlon N. Gilbert oflltcatinp. Services at the Penitentiary ad Sunday I every month, at 3,14 p. m. plL.yTsl.Al.-S-rvices every Sunday morning to the t'reclbyterian Chutch, at 11 a. m.; evening, a pm . Rev. J. It. Russel, officiating. Sunday-school in the same place at s p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. CA(ruoLIc.--Services every Sunday. First Mass at s o clock;a. m.: second Mass at 10% a. m. Catechism under the direetion of the Sisters of Charity at 2W o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. , G runoN.--The city of Deer .., . serted a 4th of July appearance '" val of G(eneral Gibbon. Flags : ::, from every flag-staffand houses ~ sat.d w th streamers and bunting. , Lodge Brass Baud discoursed : the ladies were all out upon ,, , evc:ybody blit happy and A',, s y;o " for the gallant old soldier. At the corner of Main street, op...

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