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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 March 1889

Thmludepeudsut la Well Kejalpr** fob rai fromptexecution Ofall Or^ter^ for^Commercial rVlnllng, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kindt tr A VOL.30--NO. 94 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 1889. Tta.inDKPMBMTkHOM AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*i;I^o6il ^few)^ Report)*,^A I.1K..KK Cibculation than any^other two daily paper* In Montana. Ttla unair^llad m m AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS piKWl I i bba1iih, Ileal,and *.^B. M^r. D. SDeSBTUB, rmy aad Treaa PoleSampling Go OtfjigiMtoif Ore Stlifited. Samplea of aarb ,1ot submitted to tba differentRsweUsra and the Ore eold to tba^blgbeet Bidder. WRITEFOR 1 I RMS.^city offlca at tterond NatloRatf Hank. TalepboneNo. 71. KaapllagWorka at Nottner. Peel tic aad Moa^taaa Central railroad junction. Telephone SOS. TakeMotor Una we*t. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBNIY^ AT*LA Wi^KO*)M X. snd 4 A8H.BY BUK'K.HIUVA, at T ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyand Counsellor at-Law. tfBoa In Parehen's Drugstore Block, Room a^1 and i. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorne...

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. — 26 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 26, 1*89. IrUTMnufiatt Kx^srr stosuaT independkntPUB. co., PUBL1B11IK8. PUBLICATIONorrici. broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION JUjHubacrlbera, by carrier, per 1100th ByMall- per year HiTralna, 11 nesretwye and new* stands^A'eekly, , -r year j^ .^ uo .Act*% QWriClALPAPER or LEWIS AND^CLARKE OOCtffT* ThaINDEPENDENT haa a lara^r daily circula^^tion than any newipipcr between 81. Paul and^^ariiaod and a large* circulation than any^steer two dally papers publlthad in Montana.^^t has no preea roewi sacrets, Its aubecrlptlo*^aooas ara ooan to Ineaactlon, and U li always^ready to.prova thai Ita circulation la aa rep re-^^ an lad entr^d at the Poatofflca at Helena aa second-^ilaaa matter. DKMIM'HATIC UH loNMMlOM. Noticela hereby nlwii that pitmary electlona^will b* bold at plw*e indicated below at ft 1^on tbe awning of Tossday, Mer'h 1*^*, for ihe^purpose of rhooelna* candidate* fur aldermen In^the eeveral waide of the city of h^ 1. ,.\^aad for tba ee'ertlon i^f ...

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. — 26 March 1889

e RAINFALLON THE SLOPE, GEN.QREELY CORRECT8 ERRORS ThsWst and Dry Season* Encour^^agement for the Dakota and Col^^orado Sufferers. Washington,March 26 ^ In pursance^of a resolution Introduced by Senator^Mitchell, there baa been printed a letter^from (ten. Ureely, of the signal service,^upon the rainfall of the Pacific slope and^western Mat*-* and territories. Accom^^panying Gen. Ureely'i letter Is a paper by^Lieut. Ulassford, of the ^lfrual service, dis^^cussing the causes of wet and dry seasons,^the abundance and deficiency of rain In^different portions of tbe country, the sum^^mer rainy season In Arizona, etc., fortified^with charts and tsbles exhaustive of the^subject These tables cover observations^from one hundred and sUty-oue stations^for an average length of seven years^and three uionthi, aud tbe charts show^separately the maximum, minimum and^rut an rainfall for every mouth and year.^The term* of the resolution made it Gen.^Ureely's duty ^to express his views upon^tbe import...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 March 1889

PUNCHWITHCABE. TheUnited Order of Railway Con-^ductors of Montana Gives a^Royal Banquet. AFoaat of Reason end a Flow of Soul^as Well as a Menu Unapproacha^^ble In Excellency. Thr^o^nio|MiUt^ii Uotrl th* fetm* of a^Oathtrtns; Which Will long; b* i;. Ill* in t.* r . ,| OnSunday an organization of railway^c inductors was uuknnwn to Montana. Yea.^tt*rday a division was organize and the^Helena division sprang from infancy to a^lusty ruaiiluxxl. With surprising splendor^thU new order had prepared at the Cosmo^^politan hntfl a banquet the equal of which^has seldom been seen In Montana. It was^an occasion fur congratulation, jollification^and irood will, to which Helena's best toast-^makers ami wags responded. The wai-^nuta and wine, and delicacies of every de^scrlptlon, formed but a small part in the^happiness of tue occasion. Covers were^laid tor 100 guests and eighty five MM^seated, among the mini her t^eing about^twenty ladies. After the superb repast^Tnastmaster j. (i. houirmlU* iu a p...

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. — 27 March 1889

TkaIndependent U Well Kqulpeed rom res PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Urdara fur CommercialPrinting,^uShow Printing, and FineWork Of All Kindt a* TksINDKPKMDBNT kaa the AssociatedPress Dispatches, BetfI^odkl ffewa' fjepot4^,^A Labgkb Circulation than any^other two dally papers la Montana. Itla aasioaUed m an AdvertisingMedium* VOL.30--NO. 96 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1889. FIVECENTS fl'hi11 1 I HHAliKN, frnit.Ud Uen Mgr. ^ D. SIMIBBTON,^Hac'y aad l^ reaa U.S PublicSampling; Co bftaifMenltiif Ore SJitiUd. pleaof aacb feci Submitted lo ta^^different Mneltere and tba Or* sold to toe^blghaat Blddrr. WRITEFOR 1KRMS.^City office at Merotid National Hank. TalapbooaNo. 71. SamplingtVoru at Norther I Parlsr and Mod^tana Central railroad junction. Telepbuna SOS. TakaMotor Una wee*. r.g. davies, ATTORNBY-AT-LA W,^ROOM 8, and 4 ABBBT BLOCE, BIHNA, M.T ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyand Coonsellor at-Law. officeIn Parcben'a Drugatora Block, Boon* l_andjr ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorn...

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. — 27 March 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT latent,Mont., March 27, 1H8W .n ^k KrBMl Mohnino 11 CI FT MoMDAT |MKTKNDIHT TUB CO., Pl'BUMlKK*. 'JBMCATIONOmOl HKOADWAY termsor subscription BAj8 u bar r I barn, by carrier, par month... ByMall par yaar^^ JnlYnln*. t ^ aawaboya and newa ^tanda^w*pekly, pat yaar * .t at .ftrttt ' orriciALi*At*icr or lewis akl CLARKEOOUMTf. Th*iNDEPE NDEN r hat a targar daily circula^^tion than any newspaper batwaan 6t Paul and^^omand and a largar circulation than any^^thar two dally ptpera publlthad In Montana,^t has no praea roam eacrate, it* subscription^aooks ara opan to impaction, and it Is always^raadv to prove .that Its circulation Is as rep re-^^an tad Enteredat tha Poet of*ca at Malana as sacond-^^ lasa mattar. I'i m^ m i; \ l 11 CITI ionmmho. Noticela hereby glwn that pilmary electlnne^will be hald at pi* M indicated halo* at h o'rJock^on the evening ^rf Tueeday, Mer'h Jh, ihm#, for the^purpose of ebooelntf ^andidatee for aldermen la^tha eeverel wards of tha city of Helena^aa...

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. — 27 March 1889

AHIGH CHURCH BISHOP. CASEOF HIS GRACE. OF LINCOLN \-...... i or KltUMlUtU ^ - in... - WMth m. i ^ i Hlai lu 1'rlsou as a He-^Uglous Martyr. l,onduncorrespondence: The good old^bishop of Llocolu stands * tair chsuce o(^Kuiiii; to prtaon as a r^LUrtoua martyr. Tub-^be Interest in his remarkable trial, which^: ftf.tn tblt wwk, ex tend a far outside the^domain of rhurcl)-going people. tSyuipa-^thtzera wltb m^- Irish cause are column It^the front and are urging that If William^O'Brien must don s convict** tuit for viu^latlng laws whlcb he believes to be unjust.^It Is only fair to serve an Episcopal bisbop^in the astue w*y. Another clsaa of -^wboareclaiuontiK toiee the bishop bro glit^to Judgment are a large number of discon^^tented laymen who have been driven from^tbelr pariah churches by ritualistic innova^^tions of which the accused bisbop is an^ardent advocate. The hue and cry ^^t ^per^^secution^ raised by the bishop's boats of^friends does not drown the call for a thor^^ough trial an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 March 1889

- WOULDN'TWORK, TheDose a Faction Tried to Admin,^ister to the Republicans Last^Evening not Swallowed. Caucus to Engender Harmony^Breed* More Disatisfaction^and Ends in a Row. Th- iM.iumr.il. Meaawtaa Mi in ^h na i ^ u ^ .. . .. Juatbefore NM t^attlf, mother,'* is a^bodk that wan warbiKl by the faithful, aa^they wandered in the direction of the city^hall last evening where, acmrdinK to an^nounceinent, bn.thera w*re to meet each^other and as they claaped each other's^hands would tin* ^Crowus of Victory.^^The i-ecaaion for the gathering was ^Influ^^ence,^ hut from what quarter it came the^lunttt ardent, even, were unable to tell.^They only knew that according to some^occult direction they were all of one accord^assembled In one place. The word had^gone out they should be there, and there^they were. Exactly how the destination^was reached very few could tell, but when^a delegation arrived and were hurrying In^the direction of the council chamber or the^i^oiice magistrate's court room t...

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. — 28 March 1889

Th lowepandeul U Well Ksjulppew worn rum PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all urdsrs tor Oommcrc'alPrinting, howPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kindt TM313H 'mumonar^i :m TfcaMDKPKNUBFITkulk* AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8eptIcO^I Jtevtt ffeportsl, ALabaui Circulation than any^other two daily paper* In Montana- Itla uasxc*ll^) aa an Advertising Medi u m. VOL.30--NO. 97 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1889 FIVECENTS Mil ii.i ^ KHAIIKI, Haw*,aud u^n. SUr d BMgirroM,^Set y ud Treas. FileSamffing Co. (B8irDneob sf On M\t\kl ipleai t earti J..t stubanluesl to lha^different Nmellera ami taw Ore aold to tba^blg-awt Bidder. WRITEKOK TERMS.^CHy office at fterond Nalloiml Hank. TelephoneNo 71. SamplingWurka at North*^ Pacific and Mon^^tana Central railroad junction Telephone *K. TakaMotor Line weat. R.G. DAVIES. ATToRN K Y - AT-LAW,^atOUM A, and4 ASBBT BUM%mUWA, M.T ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyand Connsellor at-Law. OfficeIn Part hen's Drugstore Block, Kooma Ijknd*. ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Atto...

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. — 28 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 2ft, le^6^. PCl^HBD BVIMY MOW1M BXCgrT MoMDAI INOKPIMOINTPUB. CO., FUBLIrJUKKtt, 'UBLICATIONorriCI. ^ broadway TtHMSOF SUBSCRIPTION HyHrihecrthera, by cawrW. j*r month|1 ** ByMall-par y*m^ ^^^ JnTrelna, t nawgfcoya and n*wa atanda ^rU^tfeekly, par rwP OFFICIALPA PER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE COUNTY. ThaINDEPENDtN T haa a larger telly circula^^tion than any eewipapar betwaen 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^thar (wo dally papora publlahad in Montana.^Uhwno praaa roamaocrata, Ita tuhacrlptlon^oooktara opan to inapactlon, and It la atwaya^-eadv to tprova ,that Ita circulation t^ aa repre-^^an tad Enteredat tha Poatofflca at Halana at tecond-^tlaaa mattar. mMm UATH Ctn COKTKVTIOII Wotkala hereby M)HM| that primary election^will he hald at pla^*a indicated nalow at H o'clock^on tha awnlDK ^if Tuagday, Marti *V Wm\ MB lha^purpoee of rhooalng ^andldatae for aldarmai la^tha aavarai wards of th* city of Maltha^aad for tha aaiarUon of too d^...

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. — 28 March 1889

ANOTED LIFE ENDED DEATHOF HON. JOHN BRIGHT Sketchof the Carter of a Man of^Whom England Hat Produced^Few Greater. LoMdom, March 27 -John Bright died at^8 JO a. m. Uli end wu peaceful and paln-^lets. He had lain in a comatose condition^since yesterday. All nil family were pres^^ent Id the commons lion. Win. M. Smith,^iroveruiueut leader, with much emotion re*^ferred to the death of Urlsht He said he^would postpoue his remark* od UriKlu un^^til Kriday, wtieu ^i lad stone would he pres^^ent Morley thanked smith for his consid^^eration in regard lo Gladstone. Thefuneral will take place Saturday.^The interment will be in the Quaker's^burying ground at Ktchdale. Tne cere-^monlea will be as private as possible. liriKhtreprest-nted the central division^of Birmingham in tne house. JohnBright was born at (ireenbank.near^Kocbdale, in Lancashire, IK11 lie came^from a family of Quakers, his father, Jacob^Bright, h^ \ ing set up a hand loom in lHirj^in the neighborhood of Itochdale, thus lay^^ing...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 March 1889

OUTAND DRIED. TP Fuller, the Incumbent, Chosen for^Mayor on the First Ballot as^Agreed Upon. TheRepublican Convention for the^Nomination of City Officials Full^of Put up Harmony. NoStruggle lor Any of trti- offl^ En Thutof TrfuuierH hli h ^^'^^ dotm Frr A(rt^^*ntrnt. Therepublican* heM ^p^^w wow last^nlKht It wan a fair til around convention^but aa none of the braves had any war^paint on it wan not very ir.t1-^ *uua to^lookers on. A number of democrats were^present expeetini^ to ^w* m^nif fun. but tin*^caucus Tuesday night showed the neces-^^tty of that hoMtrd harmony of their*, and^o,ulet button-holing did the work. All^were on tlietr good iM-hsvior, and the pi**^pared wu enacted to the satisfaction of all^pre** nt The armory wan the place chosen^tor the war-dance, but If the chief* unag^ined th* re wouldn't be room enough in a^smaller place they were ruintaken, as th* re^waa room to spare. Theconvention wss called to SiAsff by^T. II. Klelnschiuldt, who waul u the reput^^lican part...

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. — 29 March 1889

TkeIndependent U Wall Kejnl pprd roa ma PROMPTEXECUTION^Ot ell orders for OommerclalPrinting, ShowPrinting. anal FineWork of All Kindt is Tk MDKPRNDK1T ktilkt AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8erJt Xcwrt f(eport*f ALarger Cibcclation than any^other two daily papers In Montana. Itto unexcelled m an AdvertisingMedium. H'Kl11-1 I ^Hll'IM, l'r*at.ud GeSU llt^r. g.d. bimiBaron,^H*t y aad Trree icsiiig Co. CmigHrBU*f Ore Sslifited. Kampleaof eerti 'Jot Submltlfd to the differednave lie re and the Ore aold to the^blgbeat HIdder. WRITEKOR TERMS.^OKI offlca at Second National Kann. TelephoneHo. 71. bampUoKWorks at Northern Pad 1c and Moo^tana laatral railroad jnncUon. Telephone iXW. TakeMotor Line weet._____ AUCTIONSALE OF HouseholdFurniture On8ATUBDAY. MARCH 30, 1K80, I^will sell at my renideuce, No. 21, South^Kenton avenue (went side), a choiee lot^of Household Kurnlture, consisting In^part of PARLOR,RKD-ROOM, I)lNINTi-R^M^M^and KITCHEN KUKNITURK. BRPSSKLSand INGRAIN CARPKT8, UKhSand BKDMNG, CO...

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. — 29 March 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT Helena.Mont., March 2^t l^89. nautiiii) Kvkht |MM IMR Moll DAT. IND1PBN08NTPUB CO., PUBUbHBKM. -'jBUt ATioN orru'i, BROADWAY TKHMAorS\'BSC RirTH^Tt^My Snberrlhera, by carrier, per month.. ByMali -i^*r y**f^^inn:* OnTralo , t Dewe*Mye and atande^Jfeekl), p^ ^^** ftno .^ w 5cteIS w OFFICIALMMI 0* WMWi An heiN iLi'kNiuN' haa ^ larf ^r a^^y circula^^tion than any fiewip^P^r between St. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^th^r two daily paper* publlehed In Montana.^m nat no praee roam eecrete, its eubecrlptlon^aookeare opan to inaoactlon, and it alwaya^*ead^ to .pro^e .that ita circulation la aa rapra.^^antad Enteredat tha Poatoftlce at Malana aa eecond-^^ lata mattar. iii.muiitA l |C CITY TIC K El KMt MAVOK:^JACOB LOEB.^F^K TKKAM KER^AMOS M JOHNttON.^F^^R PuLI* K MA^.IKTKATK:^0. P. CONNOLLY^POI AU'aKMKN:^FIR^TWAKI*MARCU8 LI86NER HRitHDWARDJ E ALLtN. TUIKI*WAMDFi W HUPMAL PODmWABD ^*0 I- ZIMMERMAN. FIFTHWAHD t. O. OlLPAtBICK BJXTiWAKIf OANItL MANttV. HBVBS...

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. — 29 March 1889

THEIRFRIEND AT COURT. fromexposure and exhaustion. Persons^of sedentary habits and laborious occupa^^tions will And it an ever uneful tonic THE PENSION COMMISSIONER FactsAbout Corporal Tanner, the Leg^^less Soldier, Who Will Attend to^the Pension Business. NewYork Herald: The appointment of^^Corporal^ James fan nor, a central figure^In lirooaiyu for many years, to Uie com-^niisslonershlp of pensions was received^with general expressions of approbation in^that city. Hiscomrades of the Uiand Army, and^all ^wards of the natiou,^ in fact, who^know the legless soldier were pleaswl.^^We have a friend In court now, comrade^^was a sentiment frequently exchanged^among the boys as they felicitated one an^^other upon the selection made by President^Harrison. U.S.Grant Post, Ci. A. K, of which^Tauuer is a me tuber, is preparing to give^the commits loner a glorious old fashioned^camp tire reception as soon as the ^cor*^poral of the guard^ can make It convenient^to respoud to the summons of ^post...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 29 March 1889

WINNERSNAMED. TheDemocrats Name Men Who Will^Carry the Banner to Victory^on Monday. Jacobloeb, a Well Known Citizen,^Nominated for Mayor With^^out Opposition. ANMssJ Mun fur the Trea*urt*hlp and^(Mir t.qually a* ImmmI fur folic*^MufUtratr. Thedemocratic city convention met at^^MM hall last e\vmn^ and placed a tick^^et In the tieM which will win. A number^of republicans were presf t who wenn-d^to take a Rreat Interest in the procetMlinffH.^The meeting wax called U^ order hy the^chairman, K. W. KnUM, who said: Gentleman:It becomes my duty in^chairman of the democratic central com^^mittee let call l*i order the convention to he^held in inia place to aelect officer* and per^^form such other duties aa will come before^it The people are lonklntf with a (treat^deal of interest to this convention. It is^simply a collection of representative busi^^ness men to aelect such candidates aa will^meet the expectations of the citizens of^Helena at this time. The convention will^select the men who wi...

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. — 30 March 1889

Tkeladepandeul Is Wall Kejalppee pot ni^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall ordart for^CommirOil Printing, ShowPrinting, and MneWork of All Kindt VOL.30--NO. 99 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1889. Tht'IlDKPBNUKllThMtlM AssociatedPress Dispatches, CefJtI^^*al ffewn- Report-:,^A Laager Circulation than any^other two dally papers In Montana. Itto unexcelled m ab Advertising M ed ium. FIVECENTS II'HMLIIlUMI, ITeet.m. l Omq. Mitr. D. KIMl IMTi ^h, Sexyud Trea. icSampling Co. IWipiBfyteif Ore M\t\kL iplr.of km ii '.lot Submitted to lb*^different *naell*ra tod tba Ore aold to tht^td|baat Kidder. WRITEFOR TERMS,^city office ^t Saeoael National Rank. W#|huw No. 71. HftmpllaKWork* at Norther ^ Pacific Aid Mob^tan* i eattal railroad Inaction Taeapnooe IMS TU Motor Una west. AUCTIONSALE OF HouseholdFurniture OnSATURDAY, MAKCH Ma. Lew* I^will sell at my residence, No. 21, South^Benton avenue (west aide), a choice lot^of Household Furniture, contesting In^part of PARLOR.BKD-R00M. DIN...

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. — 30 March 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT rieleua,Mont., March :io, lnfctf. I'riuiHiu IrsaTMoaatsa 1iw MosdaT. indipindintpub. co., FUBUBUIK8. ^JBLK'ATION UPPICB, ^ BROADWAY thathare not^paper, at least, imiflor subscription^Mm Saharrlhers, by cantor, par month|1 ** 'l,Mall i*r *Mfcr JnTrain*, t newsboys and news stands .^*e^kly, p*r ytarr8 w ornciALpaper or lewis and CLARKECOVXTT. ThaINDEPENDENT hat a largar dsMy drrula-^iian than any ae-spaper between 01 Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^othar two dally papara publlshad In Montana,^it hat no press room secrets, Us auhacrlptlon^ooorb aro open to inapaction, and It la always^-aady to fprowe .that Ita circulation la aa rapra-^^antad Entarodat tha Poatomoa at Malana aa second-^^ less matter. DatVCMk a i H CtTl i H UT, pn|(MAYOR^JAOOB LOEB^F^'R tkkam KIK:^AMOS H JOHNSON.^por FOLIC! MAGISTRATE'^O. p. CONNOLLY.^pok AU'IHMKN: pikhtwardMARCUS LI8SNER HS uN!^ VaVBDal E ALLEN THI K J^ WARD ^. * NUPH*L POUKTIVTAaUlED. I. ZIMMEHM4N kiktuward 10. 0ILPA1...

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. — 30 March 1889

3 1 { ENSENAOA'SGOLD CRAZE. HOWTHE BOOM WAS STARTED Tha International Company Making^All the Money-No PUca for an^American to Go SanDieoo, March Jfl^ ^ No details of^the reported trouble between M.m an and^American miners In Lower California^have been received and the itorjr li dis^^credited here. Aprivate letter from Ensenada, daU*d^March 224, aay^: ^The niinea are about^sixty five milea from here. The road it^good moat of the way, and it costs f 15 to^go there from liere. There are about *\000^men there. 1wai here when an old Mexican came^in with about $160 worth of duit and uug-^geta about two months ago. He sta\ed^around here until he drank it up, and then^two or throe men went back wuh him. In^a few days one of them came back, savin*^the diggings were good. Then the Inter^^national company aenl out men to look at^them,, and these sent in favorable reports,^which It la believed here they were in^^structed to do by the company. Engineers^and all the people in town did everything^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 March 1889

FULLEROR LOEB TheStruggle for the Mayoralty As^^suming the Proportione of^a Fight. McCutcheonForce* Homeand Will Use Hit^to Secure Fuller's^Election. Lot-b'it aVSBSaB IM ClMtj and MM Vro\^-^abillllf* arc UK II* Will ^^^^Willi | Majority. Kuller'Bforces are at work, it Is NtlM^that there U a foe w^.rtii^ of any man*^stet-1 In Jake Loeb, and not only Mr. Fuller^but all of his henchmen are pulling string^by which they hope to land the present^mayor In the chair again. Nothing ran b**^urgwl against Mr. I.oeb, and a great many^republicans are not friends of Mr. Fuller.^If they vote as they say they will Mr.^Loeb's election Is assured, despite the^effort* oft he mayoral fore* h to corral the^1*. O. A. vote and the foreign vote at^oue and the same time. The entire force^of city employee can he relied upon Ui do^Tfinr utmost for the reelection of Mr^Fuller. Anotherthing was mane apparent yen^terday, and thai i* that theM rCutcheon^Harrison faction are in faeof *-t Fuller for^mayor. Col. 1 I...

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