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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 March 1889

FREEPVBLIZ tBBRBBK^HELENA. TheIn4*p*u*1*ut U Well Kaiilpped iw tbi PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Order* fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kind* VOL.30--NO. 87 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1889 TheI in DKPIN DRNT aae the AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8eJt I^odkI tfew* f$eporta\^A Ubokb Cihcuution than any^other two daily papers Id Montana. ItMessa^u*d asas AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS retiu.i shades,^it ct ud ^i*n. Mgr. B.d. BMtSBTOS, Bee'/aed mil, PuleSampling Co. CsBsiirnofotsof Ore Silifitei' Aample*at afaS 'lot Submitted to thf^dlffeivnt Baa titer* aiel the Ore sold to tbe^blgheet Bidder. WRITEKOk TERMS,^t ity office at Rerond National Hank. TelepbuaeMo. 71. SamplingWork* at North^r^i PacMc and Mob-^tan* C*atr^l railroad juacUon Telephone ^* TakeMofor Un* west. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBNEV-AT-LAW,aggg | ^pd4 ABHBT BLOCS, H1LSNA. M T. ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyatd Counsellor-at-Law. OftWlu Parch**'* Drug-stor* Block, Hoomt^1 aod ^. ASHBURNK. BARBO...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 16, l*t*9. PauMi griST MoiiNiNtt iKKfT M' ^^.^*! BHHnHIPUB. 00., PUBLIHHBKS. PUBLICATIONoppicb, BJtOADWAY TERMSOf subscription mmHabacrtbara, carrier par ironth$1 B SMall-par jwr^^^^ jnTrains, t nawshoys ud aawa ^un^M. -^Wsaaiy, pat yw P omciALpaPU or UVM aU** CLARKECOUNTT. ThaIMOEPtNDtNT haa a largsr dally circula^^tion than any nawtoapar betwaan it Paul and^^ortland and a larjsr circulation than any^stasr two dally papara pubhahad In Montana.^^l has no praaa room aacrsta, Itt aubacrlptton^Books ara opan to impaction, and It ^^ alwaya^raady to .prova that Itt circulation la at ropra-^aantad Entaradat tha Poatofflca at Halana at sscord-^^iaat mattar. Ih I LA1I I I UlfeX KM iii . Atth^ morupnt st it** adjournment^hiiip (lit* the bixteenth lHglnlative rmwiii-^My of Montana niiffht very h|^t^roprlHt*^-^ly have united in the jfeiieral eorifeHhion,^all kuwliuR, and repeated: ^VVe have I*^ft^undone thow thine* which wt* ought t*^have done, and we hate do...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 March 1889

ASTEEL RAIL TRUST. ROLLING MILL8 CONSOLIDATE. ChicagoConcerns Pool Thtir Plants^With a View of Controlling the^Stee! Rail Business. Philadelphia,March 14 ^A special to^the Inuulrtr from Chicago says: ^The^most Important deal In the ^teel trade ever^made lu Chicago was announced today tu^the consolidation of the North Chlcagu^Roll In* company, the Jollet Steel company^and the Union Meel company. Negotia^tions to tblit end have been going on for^two months, and were practically con^^cluded last week. The news was kept^very quiet, and only leaked out through^trade circles. The name of the new com^pany has not yet been decided upon, but it^will be an entirely new one. The capital^will b^i2U,(MM),UUU,of which between $5,U00,-^000 and $tt,000,000 will be is*ued for cash now^in the treasuries of the respective t-niupaiiie*^and the balance will represent the valua^^tion of the three plant*. The stock In the^new company will be distributed to the^shareholders of the old ones upon a basis^agr...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 March 1889

WHATTHEY DID. TheSum Total of What was Accom^^plished at the Last Territorial^Legislature of Montana. OfOne Hundred and Thirty-one Bills^Introduced, Fifty-eight Will go^on the Statute*. Th*Noting LtWtj Hunt** ^*ainbllu( H1U^nd Iha * ,m1' * IBMMWl lUa Moil^lni|k^rUul M ork A^ roDiplWIi+d. B*low ii Riven the rciult of the legis^^lature'! labors for the la^t territorial IM^^^ion. It* Mat will uot K^^down In Matory^ata brilliant amimpUshnient, but never-^the lea* a few tfood measure* were enacted.^The most miportanl In the category i^^Moore - reKiptratKin law and KenueoVs^Australian voiin* system. The appolut-^ment of a couitulaioun to codify the^laws will prove of vast benefit to^lltitfsuU and considerable expense to^the territory. Hunt's KaiuMinK measure^has already rid Helrna of a disgraceful^husiueas. The. fee bill introduced by Col^lins will undoubtedly satisfy the county^officera. The Silver How delegation car^ried out Us campaign promise to have the^offlc*. of mine Inspector crea...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

VOL.31.-NO 88, HEL iA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1889, FIVECENTS JUSTRECEIVED. \ JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Better,Finer and More^Than Any Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will receive^prompt and courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (HBITO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBIKS AND DBA ^Kft IN AgriculturalImplements, MININGMACHINERY ! Justreceived, a complete new stock of DEEREPLOWS Al HARROWS. SuperiorDrills and Broadcast Seeders STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SIZES OurHue of Fine Buggies, Carriage**, Pha^toriH, etc., in the Urgent anil most se^left ever brought to thin country. Sole agents for Columbun Buggy Co. vehicles. Alarge stock of (iliddcu's Celebrated Steel Wire, painted and galvanized. Fine^hand made and heavy work harness a specialty. Headquarter*for Fresh (irass Seed ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. HelenasUpper Crust Forgets Lent^for a Night and Applauds Plin.^limmon and Em melt. ThePrevalence of Good Taste Among^the Ladies of this City in the^Matter of Drett. Teaola^ 1 ^^ *' ^ ^ ^^ ^ - *iI ^ Kehaar^lng fur krtulnlt^ Stew Yorh'e ^ ^ ulai IWrbratlonHall. li-Wueis ratlnT youtiK from a social^standpoint and ttie aortal - t Urn i in ail to^Lave reached iht* status which lijrcn^graphically pictured wh**u h^ wrote:^^rtcclfttr la n w or.e pollahed horde^KuraM|^^(twu mix uij irliiee, it* bo rat and the^bored. InHelena ^ v r ^t^od) knows anyone who^Is aoiuebody, land . ^..^!^ ;.^.^!^ where^So Bit- body leads. At the theatre the other^night one might alui'iat have imagined that^the rurtaln was about to rise ou the Metro^^politan opera company itntleiad of a wild andvtJMerfaJ dxaasa waiok aerved the uaJpurport.- of introducing a clever ^le^Jineator ot TueUmic rt la lent and In* tfi.OW^dog, PllttllaiSmOal. All the fashionable^world wan tliere, how...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. WOMENOF NOTE. MaggieMitchell s Divorce Suit Re-^vives a Story of a Romance in^Her Early Life, AWashington Correspondent's Glow^^ing Tribute to Mrs. Cleveland^Upon Her Retirement. OuUIu'b Description of ^ lull Wesneu A^New Iteauly ^i the While^Huuw, NewYork Herald: The latest news^about Uaum*' Mitchell is surprising. It^came from Chicago yesterday, and to aay^that it created astonishment la to put It^mildly. It was to tlie effect that the lively^little Kanchon hal already figured in th^^divorce courts, and that her present suit^against her husband, Henry J. Paddock, Is^her second venture In that line. Thestory went on to say that somewhere^in the ^fifties'' Hiss Mitchell fell suddenly^in love with a na dsouie young stranger^white playing an engagement in Rich^^mond, Va. Mie was then young and was^accompanied by her mother, it was be^^fore she bad found ^Kancbon,^ and she^was playing little one and two act pieces^like ' Nan' and the ^Mttle Treasure.^^She elope...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT THEINDEPENDENT HalHiiH,Mont., March IT, lS'-W. PviumuiuKvaar m ^-.^^^. l^^:arr Momdat. INUgl'KNUINTpub. co., Pl'BLIMIEUh. rubU(atiom ornci, - broauway TERMSor SUBSCRIPTION JltyrtuiierrlWe, *^y carrier, par month .. ByMall par year AnTrain a, lu newaboye aud pews^Weekly, par yw .t uo^beta^I I orriciALpa i* icr or L^WIS a Sit CLARKECOUNTY. rants.1'residentH. it is a well known^fact, have a good deal of spare tint** be^tween 4 p. m ami ^i p. m., which they^might just an well devote to domestic^duties, and the spectacle of the president^of the I'nlted State* wheeling a baov^carriage would give nil the funny men^on the comic papers a new learn* of iife,^while It would otter the lepuhll^u or-^gaiiH food for grave editorial thought on^the subject of domestic economy. ThaINOEPfcNDENT haa a larger dally circula^^tion than any nawapapar batwaan Bt Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^other two dally papara published In Montana.^II has no proas room secre...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. MINEAND STACK. TheGreat Falls Smelter Takes Out^Insurance^The Helena Smelter^Prepared for Fire. TheSmall Mines Around Butte Being^Gradually Absorbed by the Large^Companies. etutii*of the \Vi'^l (intuit* a^ IteplHvd^bv Onr of the Mi ^n BJaW fcholdf ra of^Mi. !^^!^ ILi disastrous fire at the Anaconda^company's Carroll plant has created sodqh^anxiety on the part of the local smelting^companies for the safety of their smelters.^Yesterday through K. A. Luke, Insurance^agent, of this city, the Urest Falls smelt^^ing piant was insured for a large turn. He-^sides this, a tire nghtiog equipment ts to^placed at the works, home time ago the^Helena and Livingston Smelting company,^through the Uolter Hardware company,^ordered a complete tire-fighting apparatus.^It arrived Friday and was Immediately^placed at the smelter. It consists of a^pump with a capacity of 42.000 gallons per^hour. 2,000 feet of two and a half inch^hose, a full equipment of nozzles, reels^and hydrant...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

I1KLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. HINTSON BEAUTY. EtslynMalcom Tsllt How a Woman^May be a Help to^Nature. TheFace of the. Perfect Beauty and^the Feature* of the ^Pretty^^Qirl Described Howto A ^nid W rinhlee No fc*-^MMC t*^r ^ k^^ Teeth. NkwYork. March 12. ^ (.Special MM^sponrtencf of the^ liideprttdViit | -What is^beauty 'ifthe devil were sjtked that question,^^says Voltaire, ^he would answer, a cou-^pleof horna, four claws and a tall.'^ If^this Is so, then his earlier eduratlon has not^served him any and KucifiT Is degraded^and fallen Indeed. Wehave ai'-epted the (ireek type of^l^*auty aa perfect, and the ^ *^!^^^^ of^bruit y all over the rivlll/ed world are^iawttS*] by this Infallible standard. Whatis more esoulsite than a marble^Venus^ unless it Im-Venus vivtlied with^color in her lips and light In her eyes, play^uiKtrmiis or (UnciriK to one of Mrauss's^waltr.es, when fii^- is not only exquisite,^but entrancing- Kormis sjssj important. Coloring and a^tine skin will not make a line face ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. COLOSSALFRAUDS. TheFirm of Ives, Stayner ^ Co., and^How a ^Banking^ Business^Was Done. StartingWith a Capital of a Few^Thousands It Fails in a Little^While for Millions. II..Young N.ij...i^ ,.n of I'lokicf TvMhe* Olderi - Sum* n ^ i Tricks Inth^* Law's ' ^' * * i' NewYork Letter: At last that extraor^^dinary young adventurer, Henry N. Ives,^^lands within the shadow of prison wails,^lie is in the toils of that anaconda, the^New York criminal law, and he will surely^be crushed to death. 1 have seen much of^this remarkable young man within the last^few wet*ks, aud I amtully convinced that^be will one day be ranked among the great^criminals of history. Everyday new de^^tails of his unparalleled thefts are being^uncovered; but they are so shrouded in^technical terms that the public fails to^grasp their enormity. Ives's plan was sim^^plicity itself, and he carried it out with the^thoroughness and celerity of genius. Hefirst organized a queer ^banking^^house, which...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. CURBSTONE6AB. Allis Harmony in the Republican^Ranks, and One Who Doubts^It Not Posted. TheCsrter-Harrison-McCutcheon Fac^^tions Lying Down Together Like^the Lion and Lamb. HUnitifnU I ithe r-.iii m .1 -ii.i.tiii.ii bj On*Who l^ r^i^if^l AKo.il Hbitl^l^ l.ollig On. Takingit for granted that what the local^republiean polltlelans say In true, their lay^^out 1ft i| r- ad for the accommodation of the^public, and one need but t^et on harmony^to be a four ttuie winner. Hut sure thing^games are inhibited. Barring the fart that^mine of the moat astute player* in political^gamea insmt on putting a copper on Mr.^Hershneld in every deal, he could tm^played alto by an outsider to win out, hut^aa long as those sitting around the* board^bet against each other it can not b^* expect^ed for a man to put his chifm on hlni^according to direction* and expect htm to^Im^i^ up serenely with a governor's commis^^sion in his pocket. AllIs not harmony, assertions to the con^trary notw...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 March 1889

Tli Indepandsulla Well K^^lpped rou tss PROMPTEXECUTION Oftil ordars for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kindt FREEPVBUn immy^HELENA drn .W 'aYf\: Iffir Tksl^DK*BN|)B^JT kta the AssociatedPress Dispatches* 8ejJtI^oart Jfewj^ f}eport*\^A I.Aiii.Mi Cibcuution than any^other two dally papers In Montana. ItIs aasxeatlsd at aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 89 H] SNA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1889. _/- ^ I ^^a^i^^^^^^^ FIVECENTS rtiiLi.t shai^b^,^I'Mi. anil Mh Mgr. D. imibtom, Bsc'ytad Trsas u.s. PuleSampling Co CO.'S ri-usiirnniruisif Ore Sslieitsi' toth* totha Ruk Baavpleaof oath l^t ftubmlited dffeirnt Mm^ Iters tod tot Ore told^blghsat Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. OHjofflca at Second National^Tdtphoo* No. 71. SamplingWorks at Northera Haclflc and Mun-^iMia Cwalrtl railroad junction. TwlooLoM An. TakeMotor Lint w^t. R.G. DAVIES, ATTORNEY-AT-IjAW,KtXtM n,inJ4Abbby block, HBIJtNA^ M.T. ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyaid Connsellor-at-Law. offlr*1 tiii Id...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 19, 18HVJ, IHDBPBWDINTPUU. CO., PLBUMlKltb, 'ublicatiomornoi, MOA0WA1 TEHMS OF SVBSCHIPTIOS MySubscriber*, by carrier, par month^ a ByMall-per yaar^ nTnlu, to Hwihuri and n*ws stand* 5 eta^sTsahs* p*r tnt^^ lw OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE COUXTY. rrtaINDEPENDENT has ft targar daily clrcula-^tlen than any nawspapar betwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^leer two dally papers published In Montana,^it haa no praat reemaecreta, itt subscription^aoofetare opan to impaction, and It li always^raatfy tolprova that ita circuiatlan la aa rapra- Cnlaradat tha Poslofnca at Halana aa second^*taas matter. The^boom^ which T^onnia, Wanklng-^lon territory, Ia now enjoying U a**-^counted for by the fact that twenty-two^real eHtate dealere who formerly did bu^^iuMw in Urn Angelee, M* are located^there. CtUHdKshav*t been preferred against^Lewis WolnVy, nominated by the prenl-^dent. lawt week, to be governor of Ari-^rona. Mr. WolnVy haH be...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 March 1889

WANTHIGHER SALARIES. PLEA OF THE POOR SENATOR Law-Makersat the National Capital^Not Able to Liva Decently on the^Present Stipend. Washington.March 18.-Tn* resigns,^tion of Senator Cbace upon the threshold^of his second term has aroused renewed in^terest In a subject that is bound to receive^early and earnest consideration In con^^gress. Senator Chare, In private, Klve^ ^*^me reason why he can no longer serve at a^legislator that the compensation of a sena^^tor Is not sufficient to warrant huu In^longer neglecting his business. He Is one^of the largest cottou manufacturers In New^Kogland. The question of Increasing the^compensation of congressmen has been re-^celv.ng the earnest attention of senators,^especially, of late, and there seems to be^an overwhelming seutliueut among them^in favor oi making the salary of emigre**^iueu ft 10,000 a ^ ear, instead of W.0O0 an at^present* The members of the house of rep^^resentatives, while thoroughly in sympathy^with the senators on this pojut,...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 March 1889

1UGBONANZAS. TheChloride Group in the Coeur^d Alene Said to be Increasing^in Richness. ANew Discovery Near Hope Rich in^Promise, and the Owners San^^guine of Success. ALoidvo t.spert to tuiulic the Kmulr^^M In. an.l Report Ollur Intorael-^luff Mliiiug ^^*^^ P.J. Cunnmizliam, th** man who secured^the Weber bonanzas for Helena uieu, ar^rtved from Chloride ^esterday. At the^now fatuous Weber work Is progress I njr^night and tlsy. The exploring tunnel is in^elKhty-tiii ft-K tn ere all the way , and the^toot waJl hasn't yet been^reached. The de^relopmenu are such, he says, that the^mine is look iuff richer than ever, and is a^veritable bonanza. Adjoining the Weber^group on the west, two mines, the Keep^Cool and Hazel Dell, are being developed^an^l are looking very well. A toll road^from the ferry landing to the mine is be^^ing built, Mr. Cunningham says, alw^^that a corps of surveyors are in the camp^suklng out a line tor a hranch railroad^which Is expected to be constructed during^the s...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 March 1889

ran VN313H TkaIndependent U Well Eaal^P*d pom tmi^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall Orders fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Word of All Kindt uiiifijf'iiinil TfcofliNDKPKNOKrtThw li AssociatedPress Dispatches, SofJtI^o^t jJewfJ tjeportfi,^A Labgik Cibculation than any^other two daily papers Id Montana. IIto uaoxoalUd m aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 90. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1889. FIVECENTS rKLIIJ.B BSADBM, preet.and ittio. Mtrr. D. SDaSSTOM, ttec'yud Tree* PublicSampling Co. ConstnmfnU if Ore Stlifitcd.' Scumplea ^.f a^a{N* Submitted lo ths^different Nmrllom and th* Ore told to the^hlghMt Bidder. WHITEFOR TERMS. cityoffice at fterond National Rank.^1No. 71. HompllDKWork* at Nortnwa Paclfli and Mod^tana Central railroad junction. Telephone XK. TakeMotor Line weal. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOKNEV-ATLti. W,^BOOM S, and* ASHBT BLOCE, MB LBN A, M.T. ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyaid Counsellor at Law. offlc*Id Parrlien'i Drugstore Block, Hooius Iand it^ ASHBURN...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT MMULMont., March 20, ie8t*. PCBUSHBD Ivilf MoMIM llCBFT MoSDSJ independentpub. co., rOMJHM rL'blicatiom opfk l, broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. JHyHubsr.'.bsrs, hy curler, per month . Bym^U -per year^^ *nTrslns, 11 nt-wsboys ud Ntl H^nrti^Weekly, Mi year |;^^)^^t (jo ficto r ornciALpaper ^^r lewis and CLAREECOVNTT. Th^ INDEPtNDtN T hat s l^rBer daily clrtuls-^lion than any n.wepaper between St Paul and^Portland and e l^ft^r circulation than any^etoer two deMy pspsrs published In Montana,^it hoi no preie room secrete, Ite euhecrlptlon^oooksaro open to inspection, and It le alwaye^ready to lprove that IU circulation le HMM^^tented Enteredat the PostofWcs at Helena ee eecond-^^ leee metter Thkrkin to be 1 school election In^April, and if any member of the board^ktk that hi* multiplicity of oflk-ial^duties Is more than he can attend to,^the preeent 1h a good time to make the^fact known, when hia successor might^be chowen without additional expense to^theechool district. IT...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 March 1889

MAMMOTHCOKE COMPANY A NEW LIVINGSTON INDUSTRY. Capitalfor the Development of the^Horr Coal Mines^General News^of the Territory. LivingstonKoterpriae: There haa been^formed in our city within the p^at few dayi^a coal and coke company for the develop^^ment of the well known Horr coal uimea.^The capital la furnished by well^known buslneaa men of Livingston and a^number of New York capitalists, and It Is^Intended to develop the company's busi^^ness so as to make it one of the Lowest^coke producing plants In Montana. The^company consists of Messrs. Brown and^I'lnkatou and six or seven well known^business men In our city. t'hey take^possession of the Uorr mines as they^are now and lnteud erecting within the^next ninety days thlrty-aix coke ovens^to coke the 140 car loadaof coal that the^mines are now putting out every month.^The monev has been raised to put up these^ovens, and the brick has been ordered for^their construction. The boss coker of(^^n^nellsville, l'^ , has been engaged to Uk...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 March 1889

BIGMINING DEAL TheWhitlatch Union Group of Mints^Sold to William Fl^nnery.^of Bozeman. AnOld Mine, Rich in Ore, Closed tor^Some Time, Will be Reopened^Very Soon OllirrMining HssftVrltr^ ^^ WhUh Male-^iiiUh are ln(^-r.-^wd * ho* lug lp^Well. Itwu mentioned to theee roluwni re^^cently i tmt a mininn deal of vaet import^uce to Helena wu on the tapis, and that^IU consummation would revive a minlntf^camp which, through litigation and other^reaaoni^, ha* been idle for the paat fourteen^year*. Thedeal ha* been made, and the famous^Whltlatrh Inlon properties, - hi* 1 four^mliea above the city, have bwn aold to^u ii, Klannery, of Hoxeman, for a roniltl-^eration of S'JOO.OOU. The ground extend*^over twenty acre*. The principal claim*^are the Mclntyre and I nion, which are^virtually the same lode, beiUK separated by^what la known as a ^horae.^ The Nation^^al Mining and Kxploring company, of New York,have Iwen the heaviest owner* in^the 1 nion properties, and yesterday their^bond for deed to Mr...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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