A very unfortunate affair occurred at the Tongue River cantonment, within a few hundred yards of the parade-ground, Dec. 16th.
This was the trail that Connor had taken on his route to Tongue River.
I remember one was upon the Tongue River route, the other route I have forgotten.
Then there were reports from Tongue River, brought in by courier, that had to be told him.
All that night they toiled among the mountains, and on the morning of the 9th reached Tongue River.
After one day in camp the whole command pulled out for Tongue River, leaving the wagons behind.
They do claim that there was a second affidavit on the Bismarck and Tongue River route.
The Injuns say they have come all the way from Tongue River, and are going back poor.
Women screamed, and Tongue River cantonment laid its legs to the ground as it gathered to the place.
Let us see how he came out on the next route, from Bismarck to Tongue River.