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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 August 1873

VOL. 5, No. 9. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, AUG. 80, 1878. WHOLE No. 217 $k* ~'Jw gjoh·Sth.~t.t DIEE LODGE. MONTANA. HA.TES (OF A 1'lil{TlI~lNO. t .eF iii e A v » r ° . a 4T iri . 3. $3. $5. $7 $4. '.10. 0b 41 7 ,1, . . N. .1f. .14. CI. w 4$ 4 .. .tt.14.A.1 .21.! .35. MI 75 0. .1. 15. M. .110 .' 7(1,1000 SYar Ili .11. .461. .55. 70.1.1. 1,010 It9 t~adrtlr I0'r I f 'leP* ,nrlerlyaa due. Trin Gnf ad i'ri'~ifiuc tyId." in audvanlce. .1 .,".r.it ."N te renii.it. more thtan regular it, ,.' I I er rn' IIL· )(r(''t· ( t ".C C fit ,,f i*rri.inii U" u' forfite flet insertlon: 10 , .,,ta -tor InII' fOr Iirh IuI("eIsing iinwrtlion lines iii' "d Iii Nonp-orirl mflnaure. .j,,' Work pnynrlf'f onl ldlivery. I,'IU)I'l1ýnlMIONAIC LAUD. W. F. S4ANDERES, A'I"I'OlNE~ AT LAW. uorr' L IN TOIL WUIITI.AlnH1 Ilt:uasnw1, II ff1l\4. .- MoNTANA. Ila VrlyricItrn as std k3urigeonw. L. L. HOLMES, M. Dt j1jm ya~liuuin L& Bid 041 rganosi. ur . yw r sawdoir i ri of Iiof PU tuie o . lIlEt f.OI(I1:f.................. MONT...

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 August 1873

3.he ~tu~w, uIa ttp JASU . LUA l .... *DIOS It3D ptPr l.nER IS$UID IVRIIY ATURDAY -Sturday Mornlg, Aug. 30, 1873. -Crigham Young beat "Number 17"' on a demurrer. -The Orapel says ther are seven news papers over a ohndred years old published in this country-and they all look like it -Nebraska has castor oil well.--S. Undoubtelly; we never knew any castor oil but Ihat was well, and industrious, and energetic, and disposed to get along. -The Oreat Eastern picked up the bro ken Atlantic Cable at the point designated by the electncians, but the fault was further east. The ship has had heavy weather de laying protress. - Manuel Lozada the head chief of the Mexican rebellion was captured July 15th and executed July 18th at Tepic Mexico. Ills worads to the tirlng party were: Boys do me the favor to aim at my head. --M. A. McFarland, who spent $23.000 on tise trial of his brother for killing Albert D. !tchardsun in New York, died friendles! in the iellevue Hospital New York, Theur day evenin...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 August 1873

-t J o .__- t _ "" Sriturday Morning, Aug. 30, 1873. THE NEW NORTH-WE~. Sublcrtibe n es r ens WiStr 3.ul . A principll cai.si of lhe high price of' newlappen iU .luIVtlltlll Is I. estlr: Lelir expenseIllile of canva. P.,; for nui.iitrsirP anxd c,dleltitlng iI remote and spr-"r I, spullted di.trn ls. And then, very many 1,r.li, (tumidsiii ut tlit' Implluity of canvaaYin u," Ii. Wi'e lanei thIlrlvore culcllnded to ofler special I ihl rlteS itu* a N.nusll., dl.lpose with the canvassing tihod ,Ittil it it trial, nrd adopt it l.'rmanently if it privi'.. ',ui'u.i'Tui. We propose to furnish Teu iw% .Nultlnl WN'eT to Ilu.s at reduceLd ratIe. The uthry is to Eise sublbrsiriirlse beu elit of beilln thiel 'ewhU l, as hoHI deilg nvy witlhthe trard U allg ,rs . l.hI fIollouwng will be until letemlber 1, 7t. It ," I li lATll ci %iW nORTl.IWatT: 1't."In1 or ravn . , n'" h ............iit . .... .S r S. .. , ", - si' oat 11.. ............ . ....... il e (.1 as or TW1.TV. II l-tI ij rt TWhe I.I 't ,...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 30 August 1873

Ske g!eo etthWest, Satarday, August 30, 1873, li IT OUIB., This od Globe Is Not a BaD of Liid VYLro-swtsssm Ui--..s. (Prof. Dana in the American Journal of Philosophy h It seems now to be de demonstrated by astronomical and physical arguments-argu. ments that are independent, it should be noted, of direct geological observation that the interior of the globe is essentially solid. The condition of the earth's interior here reognised is, as many readers will have observed, that suggested long ago by Prof. W. Ilopkina-the author who first offered (1839) a mathematical argument in favor of the earth's either having a very thick crust or being solid throughout. In a paper on "Theories of Elevation and Farthquakes," in 1847, Prof. Hopkins argues that the cun. tral mass of the earth becaine solid in con. sequence of the pressure whenever the tem-u perature within reached a limit that permit ted of it; that crusting at surface from cooling commnenced afterward; and that be tween the regions...

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 September 1873

..ITe! ,;i ' f i ( [ f 7 - T . L'/"' ! T 41.i !¢ "l,;IO. " i . .. : Sh g et :·a e st.· r& -' 'I • . , * ,,* * ** * **T * .: ,' .}1 ", " OL. .10 DL . .O i I ·:a; -I ,_ !- ,.. VOL. 5, No. 10. DEER LODGE, M! -8.T. .:.. .p.']S. 6, -1878. WHOLE No. 218 _Ihida,,s·~t~ pi.. LODOI. IMONTAMA. - IIATK4 i)1 ADYEfETIILt4U. . E . .. . 01. 0319. O A 0. IO 1 4' .; . N . .,11. 4.1 1 B . , ! ' i 48q it yI.. h I . .'.11. .4 . nT5 ." 5 a IpIc e t l .1.. tan t rqls7s) .. .. ' , . it . n . . . . ' I f' 'd n Ir pnrhle olll'y dle . '|'r.ln. i mitt , '. ereI81pr cent(. Inet n dv ra a iL. aid,.rtl-tnI' 1 relt. fur the first In. ertlon: :10 ,I', 1p'r line fir ".-tIt suen e"dingl tnawtl un.I lih es .Pirot W ork N r ,ui tt t d ollv r n. t 1 - ((5J' I.~_MIOAZJI CARD. ATI I (IINIZYSfN W. I'. SANDERS, A'"I'(TTORNEY AT LAW. (orli E IN THL WHIiTLATCh BUILDlNG, SEIlN ., A.. MONTANA. Ill yrl.ltllII and RuaeAgOIuS.O l. h . . Oll. BS, M. D. o I'inyN'l '·l and stu rgeonl. Of 'ir ol, door uotli of Poetoflte HIEEI I E ...

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 September 1873

$Ii g4w _ etkbWet. JA.L . MILLS. ... -EDITOR AND PUMRUIUE ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Saturday Morling, Sept. 6, 1873. --Hayden's measurement of the Tetons gives their altitude at 18,858 feet. -The Danbuvrg New must be ranked as a class journal. It is devoted religiously to fun. -No Asena Co.ur~r last week: We learn the oflice was short of paper. Send 'ent along, Joe. -The telegraph line has been down or working badly nearly all week. There have been heavy and steady rains on Snake river. -It is alleged that since "No. 17" shook the Lion of the Lord she wears the stun% ningest of dresses and has the whole harem on the verge of revolt. ---General Grant at last deflnes his posi lion on the subject of Cmesarism. Like his great prototype, he mentally exclaims: "Who It It In the preps that calls on me? I hear a tongue shriller than all tn the ask, I ry, ('.olr. Speak; ('.sar t tlurned to hear. --Tourists down in Colorado leave such inementoes as this written on tite trees: (iOh, I want to be a...

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 September 1873

Saturday Moroing, Sept. 6, 1873. gs H1gW HORBTH-WIST. ,Ssbeu new a wsierC m1a.s1. A prlncipal come of the high price of Mewsepapel in Montana is the estraordlnary erpouse of canve sing for subecribe5 and collectiflg In remote md 9peselv populated districts. And them, very many persons complain of the importunity of env'siea agl agetts. We have therefore concluded to derpol dlub rates for a seaso, disposee with the caaveleg method during ts tnral, and adopt it permaeamtli if it proves advatageous. We propee to frslb Tue .New NeaonsW'CT to clubs at reduced rates. Tbhe theory is to give subbecrlbers the beodt of being their own apeut, and doing away with the traveling calrnvserr. The followlnr will be until December 31. 1T8, the ct'm ravTe or NEW wsoTe-wlul: CLeta or rIVe. lentoplesone year.......... ........ t'vy copie sio months................. CUlIeS or T5., lTn r tplc on, yer ........................ 01 Ten ca|it air m uonths ....... ............... * CLUBS OF TW VsT,. Twenty roll...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 6 September 1873

Satuday, Septeaer , 1873, Wenntcphtly p eview at u Trually ettUed, bht that LAdemead not yet been takes. Two e days afterwrd we learned that he had hben made a prisoner on the 18th of July, at the , Cerre de los Arraynnes, and that the lIst of e his adherents who remained with him had been killed wounded or captured. It e a noteworthy circumstance that the Caciqu of the Sierra d'Alic wee defeated and t captured by the Indian Colonel Andreas t Roades, one of has former military chefl a tuans, who had revolted and joined his for. ' cs to those of the Federal Government, a whom they aided nla tracklng him Into the s mountains. Brought to Topic, Loads was there tripd on the 16th as a kidnapper (plater e) by a council of war, which con demned him to death, and be was shot on tbe 19th at a o'clock In the morning. Of i the occurrences at Tepic the telegraph has brought as a very carious account, which we deem worthy of production here. The I lispatch, which is dated at Teplc, is as fol low...

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 September 1873

VOL. 5, No. 11. DEER LODGE, MONTANA, SEPT. 18, 1878. WHOLE No. 919 DEIR LODOI, MONTANA. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1f "im ... !. 1. I 5. .5 S .c *. r. 7 .. . 0 I . 1. .1 * 1. G 0. d llr advrrtin t15 n oya hle quArtrt o ias due. Transient 8.d1oriiiinl payable in ad1ance. counted in Nonparel me.sure. Jut, Work prtable on d quivery. Pit .OVE ,4IONp AL CA A D. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrPJcE ta Tisl WITLAYc ButILDID~u, IIEIENA. ..... . . MONTANA. P'hyrlU·Ins and nr6ogonsl. L. I. 3HOIZ[ , u. D., physsmlan and u mlg eo nn. -Occea one door north o Posto se e DEER LO)DG.....................MONTANA. Prompt attention by day or niaght to nealnt; in tows or cuistry. A. H. MITCHII&, D. D., l-hyIlflan and iu1'gSeon. -Oce Corner of D. andThird streBat, DEER LODGE, - .. . MONTANA. Prompt attention by night or dayht to patelnts In town or country. 1.tf . IIANK RIIU.* . . HT. MHluas, D.. C.Cos Firso t Nt ational Bank. Main Street, Helens, Montana. DsuioNATED DaOSITORaT or THE UNITaD STATa FIRST...

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 September 1873

Ihke Il e forth-let. JA. IL MILLS. . - - EDITOR AND IPUBLISIER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Saturday Morning, Sept .13, 1873. --an Franciscans celebrated the twenty second annivyersary of the admission oat Cal ifornia into the Union on last Tuesday. -The Chinese washmen have reached the Atlantic Geene Sing, Long & Co. have I bung out their sign in Jersey City and announce all kinds of laundry work. -The Bismarck Tribune, which should be well advised, does not convey the idea that more than thirty miles of the Northern Pacific Railroad will be built west of the Missouri this season. -We have seen a private letter from Mr. Coffin since his return to New York, In which he says that on the 15th of this month a light steamboat will be put in the Yellowstone for the purpose of proceeding up the river to test how high up navigation is practicable. A full sad accurate test will be made.-Courier. -Billy Dwyer, a well known shoulder. striker in Montana half a dozen years ago, was stabbed and kil...

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 September 1873

Saturday Morning, Sept. 13, 1873. THE NEW NORTH-WIEST. skbscribe Wow Ir Wiler isl . I 'til D.c. :its, 1971, we propese to furaish Tas N.W N.enTIts· W T t cluls at reduced rates. The theory is to give *ubb.crliber the benedt of belg their own a.rent, and dolng away with the traveling canvasues. The followlng will be ntil December 81, 17:, tU. rII., ItATas or IW POIT-W*aSW: CLUIS OF FIVe. Five riphs ol year.........................$17 50 Fi.e cril ti x monithI ........................1 ( 00 (lUNG OF Tax. Tell c pleo. one' year ......... .................. 00 Ten copiel sil mouthsl....... .......... . . CLII5 OF TWIMTT'*. T nty cole one yar ................ ..... .. Twenty coplies lix mouth............. ...... 0 1i T'I obltliln the.e rates the tuamcsof subscribern mLak a ug the club must all be sent at one time, accumpanied ly the rashl. A potlllun may he for one year and a paotion for sir naOuthe. Money orders or registered letters mtny he renl at our rsk. leceipts will be re turnlel ...

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 September 1873

he_ oe w 4test, Saturday, September 13, 1873, OBSERVATIONS. BT MAE ADELER. From theostarday rvental Post. Mortinper J. Loomis is now one of the most violent of the dauunciators of railroad monopolies. Bluee his lastadventure on the cars he hates a railroad worse than an Arap shoe Indian hate, a bald-headed Presbyte nan. Loomis has fts of somnambulism occasionally, and at such time he has an uncontrollable tendency to wander into dangerous places. More than once he has been surprised, upon waking, to find him. self roosting upon the comb of the roof, or hanging head-foremoat down the well, with one leg around the bucket handle. lie went to Pittsburg a few days ago, and when he entered thesleeping car the thought struck him that he might get to prowling about during the night and walk off the the platform into a better world. 8o he went to the brakeman and gave him a "dol. lar, with strict injunctions that if he saw Mortimer J. Loomis walking around that car in his sleep to seize him ...

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 September 1873

.,,. . -. ', ..) .' ,'f 51w '- r st. ,, .i VO._N .12D E L D ' P VOL. .5,No. la. DEiER' LODG3E. MdOjii TT:.'A',6I 90,' IS78. "bis wHO;E: No. B90 DEER LODOI, MIONTANA. RATES Or ADVERTInING. ,-- - -. , .. ý = S " . ,N ý5.s S i . v.. ma. c..1 1 3 **-un . b ... e. 0.. i..1 . . A - .,i "" ,I.r.I O.l. e ll.. a ..e m.94. . te . o; 1 S" ... . is..a.i ..I.n. .a.io. 1 lNU c ,, per line .or each sueegelag Imeefom: .. mne re. r .1e . In NnpI.r.L.i. I m. ..oi RJuob r ork drtl*an qon delivery. Transient adrerllrlnltR P It 0 4r vace. prlat NoIear NI er ao. tla reCA IrD ATTORNEY AT LAW. PI w*l.r!elal ad Uagl aOes LLayaert0al-l i sae and aargeon 10 cPromt ttr lention by day or niht to pate: tlln nrtllflfd inl Nonperie lel ie. town ork myrn hlr on deliver. I'O )F]1fa3M . 0NA 1. *CAI ). A. . . SANDIC ERI , .ATTOR.NEY AT LA"W. OUm1 IN '11 Wn aurrLrcu kIlDIM.e IIKER NA, .-. - .. MONTANA. Pishrllanr and Surgeons. Y. H. HOJL3S, M. D., 'lthafolan abd ltlrgeon, Omrr our door north of Posuob.e- UEEK W w ........

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. — 20 September 1873

IAM. IL MILLS.... E DITOR AND PC'UWSIIE ISSUED (VERY SATURDAY Saturaty Mornlag, reptL 20, 1873. - The bids on govrameat old onThUran day ranged from 1.10 toellJ. -.Read the advertlmesat of the lair and go over and enjoy it. -Buoter did not lose much by the Boston Are, but the Republicas Wasbbersed bhi badly. -Attorney General Love, of California, s ill. Its the worst case of general love sickness on the cost. -The Credit Mobliler suits ae up in the U. S. Circuit Court at Hartford and many prominent lawyers are preseat. -The Grand Lodge of As.ient Free and accepted uasons of Montana convenes in Helena, Monday, October 6, 1878. -The Corier asserts the Northern Pad. Ac Railroad Company will have the road completed to the Yellowstone crossing by June 1, 1874, and thinks the grading will be completed to the same place by January 4, 1874. Hope so. -The failure of Jay Cooke & Co. created an unusual excitement in New York owini to the prominence of the house. Finances were materially ef...

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 September 1873

Siturdla) 1Irninig, sept. 20, 1873. THE NEW NO rH-WEST. gs.srahe NWw ir WsW ar sding Intil D,. uls, tN ?,% we propose to famish TE New NeTuu.W.ey to clubs at reduced rates. The th.lry ls to give subbecrlbvls the benet of beinag thb.r own agelnt, and doing away with tih traveling cst,v(u rm. The following will be antll December 1I. l473. the S1. I uATTE(T or saw lOBTo-Wa ST: cl.t'as of IVa. Fi re. coile4 ,Ini year.......................... rt ecaipll- s minullths ................. ..... 15 CIAt las or TEN. Tet itfle's one year .............. ........ Tet i1i t1l I m ui s Il fitills . .. ..... J ctl.rRi OF TWSTYT. THi t. oiies tine yeatr ............. i T w ,It t o "pl s e fl1 ....... ......... .. .. n( '1'o ,!tiih th.lS. ratles the namesof subscrlheri malk Sllr! t hiw ti iul) r t all bte scit at one time, lacomplanied ii t uI. .h. A tClllia Ionmy be for one year and ,tl, n Iol ior i molllths. Money orders or registered I.r'rs malny .W 'nt at our risk. Receipts will be re turnd hl mun...

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 September 1873

ak gNw 4evb.wut, Sastrday, September 20, 1873, WATTESI8 SI THE SIA1 IF PERSIA. !h Mre~ms Oeonse n aMs O te And now Henry Watteren, In a Jletter from Padrs to the Loulsehilhs Jemae, has his farewell shot at the Shah, whose recent triumphal tour tbhrough Europe he thus summarise: There was never a more absurd, and in some respects a more usprncipled and des moralizing theatrical performance than the series of pageants, ovations and honors which greeted this filthy Asiatic vagabond from his advent into Europe to his exit into Persia. That he Insulted a Russian princee that be befouled the home of an English Queen; tbhat be swindled a gaplng riffraff of boet.kleang jewelers, would -em so be a most natural thing for such a varlet to do. His persnonal behavior was conspicu. ously illbred and unbearable. He did only what the whim of the moment suggested, regardless ot peronse, usages and conse. quences. He paid not the smallest attention to his entertainers. except as at suited his caprice...

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 September 1873

a . VOL.5, No. 13. DEER LODGE, MONTAEPT. 27, 173. WHOLE No. • · , , l ' . J i . %rOL. 5, No. 18. 'DEER LODGtE, MONT dI.,~~ ": SEPT. .s7, 1~873. mTHOLEC No.°. cj~jrh. eot-Ost. OEER LODGE, MONTANA. it L j 1~iii IP lIt IffNG a a c a:u~2 r .1 tt @1 ?. P. it .4. *10.- ~1JWI4 1 ,1/nnlh... . 5 n..1u .14 aly 0 hg 5. U Io .1 1.I.1N.485.35fi74O ! r . .1 .141 I..,.U'100 11. . .13 . . $3.1. as . . 90.174 160110 4 Yr 11 . ,4055, 701. .9014015 I'r.r -~ 1 ~ '., ,i i I t Hi~ht jnnit)uru' Ini adliicg. Ip"ia r i ." r tw p'I . 1 r rent. noirer. thsan regular ir. 1$- w . N " 5 for tIhe fit Inlertlun : 10 r. nl. p."r 11 tr. for r:w.rh rueesuding It tfutI; Ilince r~oinut,"It iu r lnl mr t.'I I ml. r.rO dl.uruti W e ~rp~rir in~, .,I ' ittº. ATTE 1UI J:i'hc W. F. 4ANDERN, A'('FOIINEVY AT LAW. (Jyyir r IN Till WHITLATCII UCILIIIN, I1IlENA. . MONTANA. I[lryrlr.Ilular and taurgt-onY· It. B. HOI~tMK$ . Is( Ollie y * L r I u I and P-4t ri rg o of"'. uOne door Uuiiii of Puori.o42 1)Elf 110l)(W. ....................

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 September 1873

JAI. H. IMILLS. - . EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY Saturday Morning, :ept 27, 1873. -The wife of Prince Bismarck died in Berlin last Monday. -New York had a severe equineotial storm-a financial one. -Governor Stanfords horse Occident went a mile in 2 161 on the Sacramento Course on the 18th. -Jay Cooke & Co. state their liabilities are less than $4,000,000and that theirassetts largely exceed their liabilities. -An Assciate Press dispatch says that the Northern Pacific Railroad Company will lose no money by the suspension of Jay Cooke & Co., and the bonds are amply se cured. -Under the title of "Scrambles in Won derland" by "one of the Scramblers," we will in nest issue coummence the publication of what one of the Deer Lodge tourists has to say about the National Park. - Bailey, a Wapello, lowa. meronaut, made an ascent in a hot air balloon on Thursday. While hanging by his hands on the trapeze at a height of 1.500 feet the balloon taok fre and be was precipitated...

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 September 1873

Saturday Morning, Sept. 27, 1873. THE NEW ORTH-WZIST. Sbncribs New Ar Wlatr Rea~la. I rtil Der1. :lt, , ,we. propose to turnish Tia nei NoNTulW-Wars te clubs at reduced rata. The theuly is to give suhtecUri lwrothe beneit of being their . oc, nsg.lt, aid duolg away with the traveling acnzvaewre.. The following will be until D)seembr S1. If3. tilhe I I.I' ATISC r .NW NOwI ITI-W T dLLC'n (JP PlvB. y e, ,pls ieo, year .......... .. .....5 5io Tl .i rlie" ti.n Illllith S................... 1 0O SLt'KS Or TwN. 1 " ', I '," i e r * o ir l( y t v t r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U OI I f .,...I"....iA . th......................... i Te 1r te ,i- Pie l s.uueths ........ .... 540 U) '.l t , " ticre rate the tninytof subalrilers mak. I " t, u I t cell sw i.uLt at onr time', accompanied ,n tlhein.h. A poIrtion may Ine for one year and a l,,rt.,ii ir ,ir mouths. Money orders or registered . t irs ,may he .,-it at our risk. IReceipts will be m turflI by 'mail, It the p...

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. — 27 September 1873

hct staO .ertthW t, Saturday, September 27, 1873, A SUIT FOn FrTU MILLUSUS. A Case in Which Meare of the est Proml. seat eau Ia Peamsylvadal are Interested. ho Waseasl AvesnL s of a Olsimat Thee Is now pending In the State Courts of Pennsylvania one of the most important lawsuits on record. It was Instituted by O. H. Wheeler, a lawyer of Mauch Chunk, Pa. It is fur bhe recovery of 4,000 acres of valu. able coal lands in Lauerne county, Penasyls vanat, maid to be worth $40,000,000. The history of the proprietorship of the land is full of romance. Some forty years ago there died in a hos pital in Pbtladelphia a man named James Turnbull. lie had been a manun of means, and was one of the first to invest in land in this region when the discovery of anthracite coal was tardily followed by mine develop. ments. He purchased the tract of 4,000 acres in Luzerne county. Bad speculations subsequently led him into dissipation, and he died as stated, declaring that he still had a title to the coal...

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