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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 26 October 1877

GILXAN. hwtist sh a Tetrfl BcgeeI Ooartx NsY Toea, Oct. 12.-Wim. O. Oilman, the forger of insurance scrip, indio.ed by the grand jury, yesterday, surrendered him self to-day, and appeared before Recorder Hackett, where he pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to five years in the States prison. Oilman's counsel read a statement in ex tesnntion, in which Gilman says the de cline in business, bad investments, heavy expenses, both business and domestic, and pbrsonal extravagance had betrayed him. He loved better to give away money than to spend it on himself. His thoughts and interests were with charitable works. He never speculated, or lost or won any money by any wager. He made investments in enterprnses which promised well, but turned out bad. Prior tothepanic of 1873, he had made improper use of trust funds under pressure of declining business and the troubles of that year had involved him in additional losses. He had not sold any fraudulent securities, but had borrowed on them. He alo...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 November 1877

fe Yleu IOrtbj=Wtbt DEER LODGE, MONTANA. rATES OF ADVERTISING. - . lefa . O O I' ! 14 3t 48 . , ,- '"i 7 i 73 i119) 11 1: v .,!r'-, e pnyable quarterly, as due. i ert:-- i lay hbi'l in advance. : ,,,- are t1- per cent. mi.oro than reg , i ..: ,rrtig 13 cents for the first insertion; l: 'r line for each succeeding insertion; . ied il Nolpariel mealure. abk lale on delivery. " - , . I'- a-1. F. ('PILLEN. ,T i-'; &L CI T LL N, , - - - MONTANA. \f. K. IENDENIHALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Iol, :', MAY BUIL DING, Washington, : D. C. S ", i o all m'n tor relatln to tlhe public , \I nI , ,"'t" Iand appications for S Lit, " :. r tlre Gv e alt Land (Oflite and De Il ,. ·,. .hn!! r . I. O'annonll , anlld W'. . I t , . I , . l et ] r L .,€, r e . M l', . O.4 - l y CHAS. F. MUSSIQBROD, M. D., PHYSI IAN AND SURGEON. O)+'FEws O1i)'PP1'SITE POST-OFFICE. Deer Lodgo - - - - - - Montana. %)- 't.nd ti profehssioIal calls in town. A. H. MITCHELT , M. D., I' Iy - , l la n irIt i (1 . e ii 1,g" C 0o n . -).r...

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

JAMES H. MILLS, PUBLISBBnE. -The assessment roll of Madison county for 1877 foots $1,631,010. -.The telegraph line is "on a bust" south of Pleasant Valley this week. -John Thomas a prominent mining ope rator of New York has gone into voluntary bankruptcy. -The Republican journals of New York severely denounce Cameron's candidature for the English Mission. -General Kilpatrick predicts that Mc Clellan cannot carry New Jersey because of the 20,000 labor votes opposing him. -The Los Angeles Baby Fair ruled out from competition i ten and a half months old Chinese baby, upon which the Argo. ^naut very ungallantly suggests the Los Angeles folks were afraid to compete with the products of the Celestials. -A Washington dispatch says: General Harlan's nomination to the Supreme court will be confirmed. Both Kentucky Senators support him because of his acknowledged talents and high character, regardless of his long pronounced fidelity to the Repub lican party. -Col. John S. Cunningham, a wealth...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 November 1877

H TI IIOUS. F .f. Al. -- Dii,,) S'1 et' iri '. every Suday an t the (h 1t , , , , n , ,-, sit : ,, R I ,day-school i : - ,'"'..1: ',' -; . \, ta . N. Gilhert '. ,ly.- r.- t i- itl:ti ary 2d S'iatay i:<, , •I .. --.. ,., .'r y Sunday morning a r. t at 11 a. m.;evening, 7.30 p tn.. IH".'. .1. It. Ht cl titciating. S ih': , i, 1 t he same place it 2 p. m. Prayer n ,,tit ver'y T 'hursdta3 eve hiicn at 7:30. ,..r11i... . -.erv.!tcis every Sa:day. First Maps at ,.,,k n ml.: :coltt Mass a 104 a. m. Catechism n,,M!,r the dlrevtton of the Sitters of Charity at 2M k v. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. inm. LOCAL NEWS. ANOTHER SUICIDE. 1arry Overhoff, of Pioneer, Kills Himself. l':,;,"ur last Sutnday was the scene of a,,lln r uiiclde. Ilenry (Harry) Overhoff, a (;tan,;i reidentt ,if that place, was the irltima1.\w we are advised, he was in the l, easy with a nunber of others. Leav ing l:i clntll.:aniitns he stepped out doors inmo the i.lc(t', iand advancing two or three ,:acts.s, placed a navy levol...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 2 November 1877

General Sherman's Letters. Eia vw98 Ou t Tww A , T NIt. R. B., IDIAN QU STION, DA.LrOADS, r08TS ETp., ETC. [COxCLUSIO. ] We Igft Deer Lodge at noon and drove by agood road down the valley of the river, fording it occasionally where the bluffs shut off the valley, orousing various tribnu taries more or less muddied by the wash ings from the gold mines, till we had made our distance,by which time the Deer Lbdae, from a beautiful, clear trout stream, had become as muddy as the Missouri. The next morning we resumed our course, pas sing many ranches and one embryo town, " New Chicago," at the crossing of Flint Creek. Yesterday we came the rest of the distance of 134 miles from Helena, the road in its whole extent being good. When there is space there are ranches with good wheat, oats and excellent gardens of pota toes, cabbage and other vegetables. Of these there it an abundance all the way, and the farmers only regret that they have no market for them save to the few passing travelers 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. — 9 November 1877

DEER LODGEt ONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTJNG ti Getin p a l lu a 5dv 7nce 0 101< are 0 pr cnt .or tha re.C.I verisng15cens orth cr ' ineto S 12 ` CUL 34N8 - It 1 16 25 EA 15 24 . 35 60M 7A 22135 0 70 ]t W . K.... 73ND1NH LLG Was itong payable quarterly as due. p ar rtieing ;aya',le iin advance. 'ih are 50 per cent. lfore than reg. ~. . v."rt irti lo 1 cents for` the first insertion ; S r Ie bOr each succeeding insertion; [(Piotlain Atllarflf mesure. paur'klable cn delivery. IH' AP ". F. IU*I('rIuL PHYSI~CIAN. AN SURGEOFN. Averc Y3 O o PsAT-.LAWT, 1:`"' " - - - MONTANA. . K. ME NcN.H tALL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Roo}( 3, MIAY BUILDING, Washington, :eD. C. ri to all noters relating to the public l t P1rini palV to C11!cta sad o spplications tor Do i t I. - dnnel ) th General Laud Offilu and Do 1,, 11111n (t th In ri orcia. R sre:-i i-- 111l121e O. F. O''urn~n, and W. W. 1'hy'stclans and Inlurgcons. OHAN. F. M9 BIodROwa M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I)YFICE OPPOSITE P OST-OFFJCE. Deer Lodge ---...

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. — 9 November 1877

JAEBS B3. YtlLS, PUBLISKEB. TIA IKaBGVING DAY. By the President of the United States of America A PROCLAMATION: The completed circle of summer and winter, seed time and barvest has bronuht us to thb accustomed season at which religions people celebrate with praise and thanksgiving, the enduring mercy of Almighty God. This devout and public confession of constant dependence of man upon the Divine Father for all the good giftsof life and health, of peace and happiness, so earl} in our history made a habit of our people, indsain the survey of the past year new grounds for its joyful and grateful manifestation iA all the blee sings which depend upon benignant seasons. This has indeed been a memorable year. Over the wide territo ry of our country, with all its diversity of soil and cli mate and products, the earth has yielded a bountiful return to the labor of the husbandman. The health of the people has been blighted by no prevalent or wide spread disease, no great disasters of shipwrec...

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. — 9 November 1877

- . itth- e t. R ELI-GIOU. " bienic t eve V t day St tile * I i i i .c.lIf 7 7y-l m .vN. Gillheit 1 ent mtt iil y 2d ik - .,.nty maulng 1. v!. o~ticiating ',t: m li-i ' t 2 p. m. rieray iI. : i evei i i at 7M. w m very b led:y. Fir st Maps at on1Ma", a 10"I itl. nt Pateechirm L I o t ie 'iicl ifCharsity l t 2,n1 \' t! 7 ti :Ink p. 19. LýCO L T1TJWVS I I -i u si M N)van l-.u)It,.- We pub 1~, , thisi i-Ill i leittr fromn the Sulper lo C of Nt e (i.(ey-Iidi r Si stem to 'i cit . I iiunni. aikli'i ledg iig en ! i rn tm liiI in ii Ilnticului mak ii tb ,t i' n sbrgr ;"" st 'Mleit ni oney .. . i.:-id 'i- is the ri:suns why ii . i."., 1~u i ..- 11..t a lt co sidered. :' e a .-, te iiim ` ial. evstcn ex <, l It w. 1 hi' ýnl einteradent says [! n" 1" : t th" -mIlic ta u t re i iu.ili, the (1u.-:"l t 1 iI Hul a" i Swf Some f;n . tinl qiuiti r i aitd wler not coi I *'" la iiiinigl ti lid the primei con i 1," in-a' lnce of money to meet al ;e tule'-; drawn on the olc.While th1; a ot-tarlvy a ...

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. — 9 November 1877

GRA? AID BUlEBR. E-ZSecretary Flsh in Defence of Eis Late Chief.. ANOTHEB VZRSIONT OF TIE AFFAIR. BosToN, Oct. 19, 1877. In view of the recent severe strictures by Wendell Phillips upon the statement of General Grant, when in Edinburg, to a New York Herald correspondent, regard ing the course of Senator Sumner on the St. Domingo treaty and of the administration in the removal of Mr. Motley from the po sition of Minister to the. Court of St. James,a representative of the Herald waited on Mr. Fish, who was in attendance upon the Episcopal Convention in Boston, to learn his version of the matters. When informed of the tenor of Mr. Phillips' re marks the distinguished ex-Secretary of State said that with regard to the alleged negligence of the late Mr. Sumner while Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, it was a fact that was susceptible of proof from the Senate records, that drafts of treaties from eight to eleven in number, remained in the hands of the committee for several months...

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. — 16 November 1877

LLER LODGE, MONTANIA. flATES QF ADV UT\ISG. ;?i :1 T , ?1 lJ . ... ... fi :e :,-' crr·in p:aiub1e q'arterly, as due. P". i~:"riti~i ilg rayabie Ill advance. :O , a" are L Ix r clnt. lxore than reg. :iL'il0;. 1 cnrq for the first .osertion; i.( r 4444 1.(11 Cc0Pe!iflg Wll 4rlion;" *.ýd :a - n:,1pr;cl mcature. i~ ý1`1\t iCU1 ". ery. W.1. '1.E . - - MONTANA. KV K. ,AII-SNDrNH.LL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4:l iý1 LF BtULt)I(N, y ashiflgton, D. C. r " 1; all '"i 4 r+ r4 atil, g to the public ý; ' "1 4.rl x4141 1t 4) CIto1tl.4 for 31,1 1V (. t1 Q, 1:14t Lan Otil ( I1~L14 De S11u 1 .3+4ly C9. F. JMSSJIiuBROD, M. D., p(AF'IY.IKýý AND SURGEON. )i~j4 ()I'I'li.TE POST-OFFICE. Deer tcd; - - - - - Montana. " : , 9(~,, i t~ Cai: it) town. I. MITCHELL M. D. 1, j ti... l (I a n u r . e i-i. .- (Ippo-ite `O~to~tflCe - ,. - - MONTANA. 1.~~, ··· `·! riri-ht or (Iffy to !iRtienlt In 121t;. f [ °i NATIONAL BANb 1~ 1.i LOD-G-E. '1 Xti. President. W. 1'(1NNF1LT. Vice-Prieidept. i, LARABIE, Cashicr. PI-:" Exctitan...

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. — 16 November 1877

Si1t Isw noth-West. JAM= a.m rRr, • U PLISMB. THAIESOIVING DAY. By the President of the United States of Ameltca A PROCLAM.TION: The completed circle'of summer and winter, seed time and harvest has brought us to the accustomed season at which religioun people celebrate with praise and thanksgiving, the enduring mercy of Almighty God. This devout and public confeseon of constant dependence of man upon the Divine Father for all the good gifts of life and health, of peace and happiness, so earlyin our hitary made a habit of our people, lads in the survey of the pest year mw grounds for its joyful and gratefual manifestation in all the blhes snge which depend upon benignant seasons. Thi has indeed been a memorable year. Ova the wideterrito ry of our country, with all its diversity of soil and all mate and products, the earth has yielded a bountiful retuar to the labor of the hncaandman. The health of the people has been blighted by no prevalknt or wide spread disease, no great disasters...

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. — 16 November 1877

RIELIGIO US. I ,..:..r a - D1,i).o Servi:.s every Sunday at the ( i t " ' t t i ; ' dlay-school i ,¢ -: il.' V ° I. n " ý. D.al hi, N. Gilbert u'f.f av -, ' .i .-.. I, l : I" cur.tt ltitry 2d Stulniay « r :e. ". 1u cu ry Sunday Inorrnng ill . "' . t* lian t"l u . at 11 a. In.;evening, 7.30 I' "'. Reiv. JI. I. Rus{el, offilciating. e. litay-scho:II ii the same place at 2 p in. Prayer n.friu. ev'.;'y Thursday eveling at 7:30 - ---- -..`..·------ c*;utl.Ac.-Servikes every SCnday. F'irst Mas at S.'cl ck a. m.: second Mass a 10.' a. m. Catechism umder the direetion of the Sisters of Charity at 23 lcluock p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock p. nm. LOCA-L 1NEWS. TiHEl TAYLOR ENTEIrITAINMENT.- The Ta)l,,r ('Company returned from lButte on W\cdineday and gave an entertainment the satme evening at O'Neill's Hall. The pro p:ietols having made a proposition to ad mit the school children for $50, the sum was sul.scriled, and Professor Moore and his aniistant tenchers marched the 110 little folks into the...

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. — 16 November 1877

YOK. NEw YOT Nov. 7.-An Albbanyspeeial says the State ticket will range from 12,000 to 15,000 Democratio majority. The Re publicans claim 20 of the 832 Senators, and 88 of the 128 members of the Legdature. Another dispatch says the Legislature is close-probably both branches Republi can. NEW YORK, Nov. 8.-The World say. that the first impression which the result of the elections must cause is one of sur prise at the steadmess of party discipline notwithstanding the great changes which have taken place m political issues, and notwithstandingthe sore trial to which party loyalty has been put. In all quarters the voters still come to the polls in two practi cally unbroken masses, as Democrats and Republicans, casting their ballots to aas tain the Administration. It will do Hayes no harm, and the country at large good, to have it known that he is not admired by the crippled Cameron faction. Taking all the elections together, it is not apparent the policy of the President has weakened 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. — 23 November 1877

DEER LODGE, MONTANA. IRATES OF ADVERTISING. u , 8 I " I( . 5 l r ii 60 I, 150 70 I100 . : 8: ' ir:'-t . payn. le quarterly, as due. r, l',a, rt.icig payable in advance. l: I \',liti. are 50 per cent. mlore than reg i. i.rti em nTs. S. al\vertisin . 15 cents for the first Insertion; I ,,itý per line for each succeeding insertion; .: nted in Nonpariel measure. i V, \i payable on delivery. 1 i' "; , r ,-. *'i. 1,'. ('ULLuN, . - MONTANA. W . K. M'VNTENIHAluL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1U'OM: ', MAY BUILDIN(, Washington, : D. C. S,;,, it, .t;,n .to nl t reltin , to the puhlic , p ii . liar,.l,' to io, t'II - iani n ni' nb'ation for Mar' M ,I I'," het"', th, (;t' l L:Ind Ofir'o ut De I,' ,e: r, - . .hll"" '. B. O l;:nnon, and W . W . 1Itnel . F-hf .1 1 L '.% I. T1 . i 04-ly ]'Ih 4' ( t Ill .,i / ! lit ulctl - - CHAS. F. MUSZI ERODD, M. D., PHYSI3IIAN AND SURGEON. )OFlFIE OPPIOSITE POIRT-OFFICE. Deer Lodge - - - - - - Montana. S'ii attend t, lrrfe u-ionil c:dl19 in town. A. H. MITCHELL, M. D., I' 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. — 23 November 1877

sh# we*mrwt . JAN55 E. E : ., ?VM3IaH . W(ANKSGIVING DAY. By the President of the UIgitd States of Ameica A PROCLAIMTION : The completed circle of summer and winter, seed time 'and harts.t hns brought us to the accustomed season at which religious people celebrate, with praise and thankigivng. the enduring mercy of Almighty God. This devout and public confesmion of eonytant dependence of man upon the Divine' fathei for all the good gifts of life and health, of peace and happiness, so early in our history made a habit of our people, inds in the survey of the pa t year new grounds for its joyful and grate(l manifestation in all the bler amlg which depend upon benignant seasons. This has indeed been a memorable year. Over the wide territo ry of our country, with all itediversity.of soil and cli mate and products, ibe earth has yielded a bountiful return to thesabor pthe huabapdean. Te heal beth of the people has -been blighted by n prevahlct or wide spread disease. no great disasters o...

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. — 23 November 1877

rý I .. (, - - l)it ';,. S r-rv i ', r " 'rv e ry S? d a y a t th e SI. .' ' r " ly.schoot . . 1'. I.hh,. N. (riltmett ti. III :6 , rriary 2d Sunllday , ry Sundtllay monlrlmng S " - ,;,.. 11 a. aT.;esen' in , ~;:o h, i1 hi the "aint place at 2 p. m. Prayer ".1," ,.l'\ .'Th'rli %r in' at 7:30. ie,1 I'. r, i, i- rdt r. ' , ty. Firrst M rass at " iil.:-. rt. l \1 - t ill, a m. ('atr'richi im S :' n at the i. t. 5 t. Char ity at 2s Il. V,' " r at r t lr k r. ni. LOCAL 1\TEWS. t.Z~'IACTORY SIL'ER ORES. ..h,.:c tc F'A: a zcrch.scr. m' ;re in 1 ',il t ,f tlhe following letter. W1, I re.risw there art' plenty of the ores ntu 11,411 toi whith the owters would be l,! red to t'l the ittit' iito of , gentleman wi,, -~t( tnr to re'.I'cia:ly desile tithse of a Sdfcto tr ia'ur,. N,,t I:aviing personal kn wli,",l ,' y hurine in l:tticular to w! ::1' to dirirtt ithi genlltleman's attention we t1illalish the le'tt.r fI;: ' the benrtit of those wlwtri it maiy cnertillC . Parties halitingsuch a mritc m...

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. — 23 November 1877

!ktý R. riim~ Ta heneral Sherman is here for the purpose of informally inspecting the condition of the Academy. In the exercise of this d a lt pleas pmr-i9 as it ffords hm an opportunity of witnes sing the efforts thr arebeing made to as similate the tactics of the three branches of 6 ser daem. . Until within a few gyrs back the sepa rate arms were drilled to tactics so dissimi lar lhat! an infantryoffIcek b~uld hardly be expected to manage a squadron and a cav alryman would have found himself unac qnainted with the details of an infantry battalion movement, while the artilleryman was not at home in either of the other arms. The introduction of General Up ton's new tactics is doing much toward brdsii.adbwrfdi Midsld.aria w~ilb, in a tactical sense, separated the different branches from each other. One of the greatest iqpproyements that came into use with hiWres text book was the new meth od of changing front to rear by the wheel of fours about, disregarding the inversion caused by t...

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 November 1877

1;e f tiv Nortl= West DEER LODGE, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. _ I" - $I0 iF ` I. 1 . . 15 11 2. 4" S50 : '0 lo 701o0 . .. tC 1'- :`.. o 1.1, -5t ('.;' ,':r :!.:e ciog payable quarterly, as due. S : ,-in. payale in advance. : . ,tic. are 50 per cent. mtore than reg :I I. 'v.rti-ir::' 15 cents for the first Inscrtion; ' ir line Ifor each succeeding Insertion; hlnp< ountedi in Nonpariel mtea.sre. J. IWVork payable on delivery. I"i*tlI I-'l I IONAL CA Ili)0 \W. F. n,, , W. F. CUI LEN. -AN I)ERLS & ('(VLTaEN, ATTORNEYS-iAT-LAW, .1 t! , - - - MONTANA. W. K. MENDENH.AI L, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, !O)M 1', MAY BUII.DING, Washington, : D. C. `l,C I:d :t 2'it 1, ;o 1i l nla' tlcs rIlati.g to tthe ptublic rT Ivn . dcii ly to 2or t,'t and app : ii:lthiem for Sit ',r . l ,li ld hil ore the Geneial Land Oflfce anl De 1 r . llll oll f I! the I h'li t r . Rlf,.retnci . - lin ils 0. B. O() 'lannon. and W. W. Dix.on. 1 It.. Do L, i'd . NM. T. 2;04-ly I'h ytvlch atmm d iitrc 1 !.eo1. CHAS. F. MUSSIE...

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 November 1877

J.TAXMS . XILILB, : PUaLIISi R -The Committee on Indian Affairs ha agreed to report favorably on the nomina tion of I. L. Hoyt as Commissioner of In dian Affairs. -Gen Sherman's recent trip was the longest official tour ever made by the gen eral of the army. He arrived at St. Louis fromie the West on the 18th of October, hav ing been absent 115 days. He traveled between 9,000 and.10,000 miles. -As will be seen elsewhere, by an article taken from the Mining and ScientI1fe Press, an effort is to be made to preserve the beauty of the Yellowstone National Park. This effort should have been made sooner, as many of the beauties of the park have been destroyed by specimen banters. -Delegate Maginis in his army speech referred to the army as"a skeleton dangling from the scaffold of economy and bleaching in the wind of starvation." That is as :good as Nast's cartoon showing a lot of iblood-thirsty-Indians peenng into a stock `ade and a skeleton U. 8. soldier inside en VTreating "Please dcn't...

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 November 1877

REIA(4 To US. iT i Atl',A - hi'it c Servwr, N every Sunday ii1 the 1,1 II,, -tliii' , rt' t . I ý,ihi1t N. Gilbert oftiiienti"; ý,"I,, .,! i'b 'i.iiriinry 4d Suinday i"vi + i'len y `tunday morning In `Ib.- I,".iih'7 *ivt, i I. .. a i a. m. ;evening. 7..10 * ,,;." encv. .. it. tit*-v1 . ofticiating. suiiidnV-arho',I iii the sarn place it 2 p. io. Prayer tne i evry Thurand) eveinLI at 7:30. AT if 11,i10 --Servicee every S:itday. Fir et Maas at y, ~';,ik a. in.: s couid Ma-N n 10,1t: a ni. Citerhiem utndler ik' dlreetion of the Sietera of Charit) at 2,W o'clock p. in. V'epera at 7 o'clock i. m. LOCAL sNE.WS MAN. LOST.-The people of Pioneer and vicinity are considerably alarmed about the absence of Henry Biockman, a resident of that place. lie left Conner's saw mill last Saturday ,morning, to hunt near the lake notth of the mill. lie took with him a riifl, matches, a piece of pitch- pine, a few biscuits and a small piece of meat, intend ing to return the same evening. 1Fe did not .eturu...

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