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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 August 1877

ITO IM BIAIT IU WIT. tam of the!tna Am~ica. From the Salt Lake Tribune, Auga t1. ,The ,arpatioii of thietI elg4)Jate Dr. Chrles P. Winslow took plane yester day eveninag as previously sannonced. The furnace had been fired up early in the af tenopo, and an hour before.the ceremony begun a large number of quite orderly ot izens were upon the grounds, awaiting events. At 5:30 thobody wastakekh som the sexton's office, and taken from the hearse by six pall bearers, who rested the asket containing it on two trestles near the end of the furnace. Then a number of ladies advanced thsough the crowd an-, deposited upon it three wreaths of bright and aasto FLowaus and evergreens. In the meantime the yard had been cleared of spectators, save a few of the deceased friends and members of the. me.dial preession lo collected around the coffin to listen to the remarks ' which were to be made. DR. HAMILTON, who conducted the whole ceremony, was the sstespeaker, and addressed those pres ent as follows...

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. — 24 August 1877

DEER.LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 ..f3 f i) 100 .. 1 1 t:l 1 :it) $100 10.1 S. .... i , , 11 7 15 25 . 40 4 7'7 S 12 l t 20 I ; ' 48 lz::lr advert sing payable quarterly. as due. I"r.u: .e it advertisin payable ill advance. n , Notices are t 1c per cent. more than reg I.. 1 i aldvertising. 15 cents for the firot Insertion; 11 (eu1. lper line for (.(hb succeeding insertion; linos OIll!nted ill Nollpariel mealIre. Job Work payable on delivery. II'1o,' I";I.- ( -) I N l. (`'A It !}. .ý L L't <>)S IENI 1' A 'l" 1S ) !ENN ! " 'I,'V. F 'A"l.I1'.. i' , i' tuo . ATTOr :YS-L2-LAW : NA. - - MONTANA. W . K. M'VI'ND NIIAII., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, R()M :., MAY BI-]LDIN;, Washington, D. C. 1"r'i;l Iatltentionll 10to al ll lrno es rel:atilng to th pllllic , tlli. t ticll.lly to 'onlte t's and ap: p 'ir't i,.ta ) f.r .i1 i.r:il I, d b o ,re tlh (OGeneral LaIdi (Oflie It Dc; pi t)Itn lit of 1t1: intelri . Il.l) re,,(es.: .1l1I l . B. (O)'l:iIen, and W. "W . 1 X.In, E'rq . 1)cer l.. Ce. 3...

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. — 24 August 1877

Was h s ge -nthtgst. Sa.A s . EZmLL, rmm:SXan. -The Virginia City company, 45 strong, under Col. Callaway, joined Howard's forest Juantioh on last Friday or Satur lay. --The Supreme Court of Montana has asrmed the decision of the District Court here in the bullion case of R. T. Kennon, 'Treasurer of Deer Lodge county, vs the Hope Mining Company. --John ChatfiBld came down Monday trlght from Stevensville, bearing dispatch es. He states that Howard's cavalry com. mend, last Frlday, after hearing of Gen. Gibbon's critical position and the number of his killed and wounded, moved only eight miles. * * * Howard stopped last Sunday to bury the Nez Perces Gen. Gibbon's command had killed.-Missouli an. -If President Hayes shall persist In de priving the Indians of fire-arms and ammn Sation, says the Philadelphia Times, he will soon put a stop to Indian wars, and break ep a profitable branch of the Indian agen cy business. What could have induced the President to take such a desperate step 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. — 24 August 1877

RELIGIOUS. FracAr,-_ Divine Services every Sunday at the Ch,;,, h It 11 a n . and . 1 n S t i indayvschool in t;:" -ani place at 2 p. t ev. e. Mahlou N. Gilbert offijeatinii Service' a. t ilthe lenitentiary 2d Sunday a every month. it :X p. In. li'1, i ..:.;. t,:, =. i , i\; Ce every Sunday monling in tl ,. II '- , t'ianl Ch:rch. at I1 a. m.; evening, s p Iu . I.e\. . H. Itut sel. officiating. Sunda.-s.hool in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting v\cry Thursd:y evenin, at 7:30. C.a~rTtlc.-S'ervices every Sunday. First Mass at o'clckla. mn.: second Mass at 10, a m. Catechism ander the direction of the Sislers of Charity at S2 o'clock p.. " Vespers at 7 o clock p. m. LOCAL 1TEWS. ----I.OcA~.,2,T''XTS $EADQUARtTEItS DIST. OP MONTANA, DI)F.E LODGE, MONTANA, August 17, 1877. I desire to return the heartfelt thanks of myself and my command to the citizens of Deer Lodge, IHelena and Butte, for the protimpt and liberal assistance forwarded to us in the l31g Hole BILson. By the speedy he...

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. — 24 August 1877

UATTIa 0F BRI HOLE. The voout ivulm by General . lbboa'a.nd Ot.r Osoers. (The followlng account, although crude and bur sedly writtea, was published in last week's issue and and prloeunced by General Gibbon and his command --aerat In -all essentials. Th entire -edition was exhausted at once, and hundreds of copiesbeln since called or sent for, we have reproduced it, re,tretting only.that citcamstances prevented the more detailed asoount for which we had data.-R.. N. N.-W.9 The accounts of the recent battle have been given in general terms in extras, yet there are still details of the operations precedine and theplan of action un told. This we will give briefly and as correctly as we can collate it irom numerous sources. The march of General Gibbon and command from Fort Shaw to Missoula with 100 men, arriving just after the forced passage of the hostiles through Lo Lo, is well known. Here he took Capt. Bawn's and Capt. Browning's little commands, and putting his Infantry in wagoes pu...

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. — 31 August 1877

DEER LODGO MONrTARA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. S " .............. ... $34 $ 7 1 $110 $20 2 i 51110 12 15 25 40 S11 20 33 48 S31 !h1 ................ 1 1 16 25 38 55 2485 60 75 S . .. I ;, I "2 0 50 70 100 16 2.') 40 1 5. 70 90 0140 250 Renlar advertising payable quarterly, as due. Translentt advertising payable in advance. .slpial Notices are 50 per cent. more than re. ular advertisements. Local advertising, 15 cents fbr the first insertion; I1i cetnts per line for each succeeding insertion; lines comnted in Nonparlel measure. Job Work payable on delit;ery. tI' oU) flC>.IONAL CAltl1)5 AtT7'1"I) N EYM-3 W. F SANDERS. W. F. CULLS) AN I)DIRS & CTiLLEN ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 'l ELENA, • - - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM 3, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. Special attention to all matter, relating to the publii and,. partirclarly to contests and applications fog inernal land- before the General Land Office and De partment of the Interior. tefcrences: lJudge O. B. O'Bann...

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. — 31 August 1877

-The President and Cabinet favor the meeting of Congress in October. -The Democratic State Convention of Iowa met at Marshalltown, August 29th. -The amount of National Bank currency issued during the present month is $1,301, 640. -President Hayes and Cabinet will visit different places in Ohio, Kentucky and Ten nessee during September. -The Massachusetts Prohibitionists will hold their State . convention at Worcester, September 12th. -Independent Greenback party will hold a State convention at Williamsport, Penn., September 19thb . -The U. 8. Consul at Liverpool informs the State Department that workmen com ing there from abroad can find no employ ment whatever in England. -Gen. Sturgis with six companies, 450 men, was at mouth of Stillwater last Fri. day. The Indians were crossing to head of Stillwater. Gen. Sturgis has probably en. countered the hostiles ere this. -In the suit of the Eureka Consolidated against the Richmond Mining Company a decision was rendered in the United Stat...

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. — 31 August 1877

RELIGIOUS. EroorL. - Divine Services every Snuady at the Ca arch at II ai. a. an l'i :) m S'inday-school hi the anii,. place at 2 p. t . i.. ~i:.oluu N. Gilbert offlicatine Servires at the Peit ititary .:d Sunday n ever. month, at i1i p. r,. |Pin.:;-TI iutA\. .ervices every Sunday morning ui the t'rc*hytletin C'airch. at j1 a. in.;evening, 7.30 p i.. Hev. J. R. Russel. officiating. Sunday-achooi iu the same place at 2 p. im. Prayer neetinz every Thursday evening at 7:30. CAl noLlc.-Services every Sunday. Firet Mass at bo'clock;a. m.: second Mass at 10.i a m. Catechism ander the dire.tion of the Sisters of Charity at 2M o'clock p. im. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. LOCA.L NIEWST DISTINGUISHED lirTORts.-We are ad vised frol Helena that General Sherman, Brig.-Gen. Poe, Col. Bacon, and Thomas E. Sherman, a son of the General, returned to Helena last night from a trip to Forts Shaw and Benton. The party, accompan ied by lion. Martin Maginnis, Delegate, were to leave Helena yesterday by ambu ...

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. — 31 August 1877

TU W WAI WAI. as Thq alnr andt i.TAgs in Wash Special dispatch to the Philadelphial Times. Wasurmeoox, August l1 Joseph's victory over Gibbon's forces has completely disconcerted the govern mnent officials and well-grounded fears are now entertained that Joseph with his Neo Perces may induce the surrounding tribes to join him, the result of which would be a general Indian war. The recent fight took place on the bunting grounds owned by the Blackfeet, a warlhke and white-man hating tribe. There is no doubt that many of the Blackfeet Indians fought on the side of the Nez Peroes. This tribe must not be confounded with the Blackheads, whose reservation is adjoining. The Blacaheals make it a boast that they never killed a white man. They have always observed their treaties. They are an intelligent, in dustrious race, and to get them into the quarrel against the whites would be a great gain for Joseph. There is another strong sad Intelligent tribe, the Cenr d'Alenes. These Indians heve ne...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1877

The ewtflotb=Mkt DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. c: p 7 :.; 1n in i'10'30 S -1.I 1d 2e r40 1i 14 1 2' 33 48 . . i , . 25 8, 5 0 6 75 . . ,: ir,:; pryaclnte raRrterly, as due. ,i: i.,:v r :. !,ayab!e ill advane. "..',. per cent. more than reg r c .: ;-,.c:: .. 15 , c-.s for the first insertion; ,..:: r li, fr eao h 9succeeding insertion; in,' ,' ,! il onprlel mcn -lu'rc. ;, niabte on delivery. si ¼-.14N NA I.. CA It U).4 w. I,' L. .ir. En. M ON'ANA. \\. K. MiEKNDENIHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ]( 1 ( 3!:, .1AY BtI'LDING, Washington, : D. C. ., o :.i l m1 a ..rsa relnting tothel pullit ' ", , 1l"rly to cor te' t- and Api iealions foi ;P. i I ~r "'-v :c (t i ii-cal L:ad (Oflce and De ) , :i, o.r ,d rth . l;.% rimlr. l:, ,,~,:. . ,e . BI. (1.Oltnni , and W. WV , . r l, dg' . a. . 'i'. ::;Cily C AS. MUSSIGBROD, M. D. r,!Y i. !AN AN4 SURGEON. ()FFIcE OI'O3ar'rE POST-OFFICE. Deer Lodge, - - - - - - Montana. Will a:tand to pi. oe-iuoina calls in town. A. H. MITCHELL M. D., 'il vy ic; l...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1877

IAXES H. RILLS, PUBLIBBER. TED YISSOULIAN'S AZTICLD OP PA[TH. From the Missoallan, July 18th, 1817. Whe. an Indian agent sees that the mon eg and blankets provided by the government are dissipated in gambling or are bartered ,for whiskey and gewgaws and trinkets, he is eworse than an infidel if he doec not see to it that this.money and property goes wohere it will do the most good-in his own pocket. -Gold in New York Wednesday was 1.081. -Dr. Bliss thinks Senator Morton will be able to attend the regular session of Con. greas -A destructive fire occurred in Hale's Piano Factory, corner of Tenth Avenue and 86th streets, New York, on Monday. It is feared 75 to 100 people were burned and buried in the ruins. Many surrounding buildings were burwed. The loss of prop erty is estimated at one million dollars and upward. -The Helena Herald which undertook to tell wherein Gibbon had failed to make his battle of any account now pats itself on the back because, as it alleges, Gibbon did not.no...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 September 1877

ew oth-W . RELIGIOUS. F,:.tarAt..-_ Divine Services every Sunday at the Chure. It 11 n. . .wndl· .30 p ml Sunday-school il: the lml' llce:t o2 P. nl . ev. liulou N. Gilbert oftlicatin Scr it~~r s cn the i'et.itentiary Sd Sunday n every Imuth. at :"l. p. In. talt, VrrllttEA. Iervicev every Sunday morning in the r:~ebhtri.Ln Church. at 11 a. m.;evening, 7.80 p n. l . Ji. . Rusel. officiating. Surday-school in the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer mcctlnr every Thursday evening at 7:30. CAT tric. -Services every Sunday. First Mass at , o'clockan. m.; econd Mase at 10% a. m. Catechism under the direetion. of the Sisters of Charity at 9% o'clock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. m. pRHEMI UMk HELENA RESORT, MARKS' SAMPLE ROOMS, 3MAIN STIIEET, HELENA, MONTANA. The Only First Claus E'tab:ishment in the Territory. ON TAP--WHIISKIES: Ilermtage Sonr Mash, Peach Itlu Sweet Mash, Willow Run Sweet Mash, Mononashela Rye. Baumgardenres' Rye, White Virginia Rye, Nonc iess than five ycars old, and Doable Sta...

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. — 7 September 1877

ItsgD4svsr~es of a me.si kab* Iron her cObsn~atr. The return of the well-known frontiers womean, "(Cala4ity Jane," to Cheyenne, whichtok place yesterday, was one of the few events of a dull, sultry July day. She is known by all the o14 settlers from Texas to the Black Hills and from the Missouri to the Pacific Slope. And yet how few in the Rooky Mountains know real history. In conversation last night at the Inter-Ocean, with Dr. A. R. Hen drieks, of Des Moines, Iowa, the peculi arties of the West and some of the old characters to be found here were discuss ed, and Calamity . Jane's name was men tioned. "Why," said Dr. Hendricks, "I was acquainted with her in Iowa, and knew her people welL Before I came West I learned that she had acquired the soubri quet by which she is now known." The Ban reporter asked him to relate what he knew of her early history, with which request the Doctor complied, and is in substance as follows : Calamity Jane, whose real name is Jane Coombs, was born at ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 September 1877

be Zttow Iortbt lest DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . 9 112 0 500 100 • . 1 18 24 175 60 75 2. i 2:, . ,(1 50 70 100 ........... 16 . i ;40; 5. 70 90 1401250 r-:zL:;r advert:sing payable quarterly, as due. i :u:ezt advertising payable in advance. ýl;,'·i,;l Notives are 50 per cent. more than reg. tl:a: , i \'t'rtisemen Is. LI,,t' advecrtising. 15 cents for the first insertion; I i c";ns per line for each sacceeding insertion; lines ,coolted in Nonparlel measure. oub Work payable on delivery. :,;`t* ;'I,-.-iONAl , !A It lf,. W s n's. . W. F. CULLi.N, -. NI)-1ZS & CULLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, S;:N A. . MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM :, MAY BUILDING, Washington, D. C. ,;tiaIl itt.otith to all matters relating to the public .n.rI. iarticularly t'o contest and pplications for 31i,, rc.-I ,lnd' before the General Land Offie and De ].;lll t of the Interior. Itl"I, res . .udcge . u B. O'Banuon, and W. W. ].,oI, E~q.. I)ccr Lodge, Am. T. 304-1y 1'hyIyIclans and...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 September 1877

JAEnS H. ILLS, : PUBLISHER. THE " lISSOULIAN'S " ARTICLE OF FPAITH. From the MIssoulian, July 18th, 1877. When an Indian agent sees that the moneg and blankets provided by the Government are dissipated in gambling or are bartered for whisky and gewgaws and trinkets, he is worse than an infidel if he does not see to it that-this money and property goes where it will do the most good-in his own pocket. -Latest advices from California leave the election there still in doubt. -That bosh about Sitting Bull being a college graduate and jawing his sq-wife in three languages, has started again. -Hair jewelry is to become popular in Montana. County Commissioners offer rewards for Indian scalps.-Pacific Rural Press. Where did you hear that ? -In one of -" Will's" recent letters to the hfusbandman, occurs this clause: "We called upon James Burnley, a bachelor, but a genial good fellow." This is evident ly a compositor's blunder that has esca ped the proof reader, for it is quite plain that Mr....

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 September 1877

RELIGIOUS. ErptcoAL.- Divine Servicev every Sunday at the (l,,r ! at 11 n, m. and T.30 n. m. Sunday-school Ith I'. ame .la"'ee at 2 p. m , R.v. Mahlon N. Gilbert oi lii: tin: Sr'vicePa tthe Penitentiary Sd Sunday n es'ry ai j th :t 3'd p. mII. Ial:synl: i\. ",rvieees every Sunday morning 1u t;',. I t t. lia:1n (church, at 11 I. m. ;evening, 7.30 1p I, ýv" . I{. i . Rasnel. officiating. upd:y -chool in the same place at 2 p. in. Prayer l('lili c.'ry Thurlday evening at 7:30. .( no.Iu;.--Services every Sunday. First Mass at S,~'!,,l;: a m.I second Mass a 10o.' a. m. Catechism ni h-'.-,r th. d:rection of the Sisters of Charity at 2% I., p. it,. 'espers at 7 o'clock p. m. LO C.AL NET'VWS. 7' THEM IU]i/[ -o I . 1. I-NA RE:SoR'l', .'LRKS' SAMPLE ROOMS, , IN S'Tri:i..1,I ITELlNA, MONTANA. SI' 1'- E-.I .ii-hmi int in the Territory. I'; TAI'- WIIISKIES: 1 :1.. l 11i Mwa-t Ma.lh, Willow Run I Swe(t Mash. Mononahiela Iye. Daiumgardenres' Rye, White Virginia Rye, ,,:. ,i .al five years o111, an...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 September 1877

B.NTINe THE NEz PBdOEU. The Third Infantry Ordered to.Xontana. WASHINGTON, August 80, 1877. The following order was issued this morning : General Order No. 82. IIEADQUATERS OF THE ARMY, ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON, August 30, 1877. The Third Regiment of Infantry will be put en route for Montana via Ogden, Utah, with as little delay as practicable. The commpnding General of the military divis ion of the Atlantic will make the necess try arrangements for the movements of the regiment, and its detachments and impedi menta left at Southern posts. By command of GEN. SHERMAN. 'E. D. TOWNSEND, Adjt.-Gen. The regiment is now on duty at Scran ton, Pittsburg and Wilkesbarre, Pa.,where it has been since the strike. Previous to that time it was located in Louisiana and Mississippi. It is now ordered to Montana to reinforce the garrisons at Forts Shaw and Ellis and the troops under General Gibbon in that section, and in accordance with the recommendation of General Sher man, in his tel...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 21 September 1877

he Im Mortb-Wlte DEER LODGE, MONTA.A. RATES OF ADVERTIBING. , . ..... $ $8 $10 820 .0 S........... t 12 15 25 40 ..... 7 12 14 20 83 48 . 0 14 16 25 88 55 ' ......... . 10 11 18 24 35 60 75 .. 9 1 115 2i`T 30 50 70100 I. . I IiX2 4 50 75100 160 S..... l 40 53 70 90 140250 ir.' ;lar advertising payable quarterly, as due. I.nt.miel:t advertising payable in advance. SlccP.l Notiees are 50 per cent. more than reg. i.ar advertisements. ",l':ll advertiling, 15 cents for the first insertion; 10 cents per line for each succeeding insertion;. line's counted in Nonpariel measure. Job Work payable on delivery. II) l.'I i IONAI CAIt 1) A'l"r(I' NE:Yt- - .--. ..... 1 N. F. l)Nnl W. F. Ct',LLN, -ANIEI-S & - ITLLEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, l]I-.EN"A, - " - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM 8, MAY BUILDING, Washington, : D. C. pciniil :utte. tion to all matters relating to the public a~nd, I ,tlri+'ubt ly to contests and applications for Minerhl' lanilld' for the General Land Office an...

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 September 1877

S ra1s. o .... From thes Misisa, July t .l When n n Iasd ant iet s enM U end blankets provided 5ji the GOoernment are dissipated ir gambling or are bartered for ,ehi0k aind gewgaws ard trisnkets, lei worse than an infietl if he doss not sek. it that this.iim.y.and property goes Awhere it will do Lthe wostgood-in his oes poetF -Delegate MaginnisleftHelena, on Mon day, for Ywaahngton. _ -The a plegrapa line ls br G1. Lmtee! Helena and Salt Lake.. --The rise and fall of Joseph will make a creditable addition to Gibbon's history. Record. -After it all appeared unquestionable, it now turns out to be very doubtful if Osman Pasha is, or ever heard of, R. Clay Crawford. Better have Mrs. Osman Pasha's testimony. Perhaps he is Charlie Ross. -Mr. Frank Leslie who recently made an assignment, was publisher of the follow ing publicatione:, llutrated Weiss, lleus trated Times, Chimney Corser, llusarated Zeitung, .Boys arnd Girls' Week4y, Lady's Journal, Bunday Magazine, Boys of Amcri ca, Jolly Jo...

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 September 1877

RELIGIOUS. i ". A Divine Services every Sunday at the .,t 1, in al 7111.3 p. m. Sianday-school m, f r ,m place xt "2 p . ' • lRev.. nahlou N. Gilbert ..i.r ic·- - ,'e I', o Penlitentiary 2d Sunday tp r -rtIAN"* _ 'er\ ices every Sunday morning In the P':''. t''eri ChurIhn, at 11 a. m.;evening, 7.80 p n., lcvy. J. Ii. Russel, officiating. ull :;. school i the same place at 2 p. m. Prayer nvery Thursday eveniu. at 7:30. 1.. Services ever Sunday. Firat.Maes at .cl.k. n.; second Mass a 1014 a. m. Catechism ntler the dirction of the Sisters of Charity at 235 cock c . . Veslpers at 7 o'clock p. m. LOC.AL TNEIWS. JREMIUJMI! HEL.N A RESORT, gX KS' SAMPLE ROOMS, M UN STnI.LT, HHELENA, MONTANA. Tie ()r v I-t, ('laý" Establiehment in the Territory. UN TAI'--WIIISKIES: H n-to ' .uor Mash, l'rc~ lll Sweet Mash, Willow Run Sweet Mash. Monon.ahela Rye. Baumgardenres' Rye, White Virginia Rye, None e%.s than five years old, and Double Stamp BRANDIES: FINET, Catillon & Co., o0 ARD, Depltty & ...

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