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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 April 1889

Theludep*ua^iit la W ell Ka.alpuaJ \ 'r#A PROMPTEXECl ofell Or Oars f^Commercial Printing,^Show Prln iiKind* VOL.30--NO. 114 Mtltm CJ1C11 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1889 ThHINDKFKNDKNTkaa !^ Associated[Press Dispatches, ScjftliOthl jftwj ffeport*,^A LiBttKB Circulation than any^other two daily paper* la Montana. Itto uasxcaUsd mm AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS U.S. Samplesand Assays Made of all^Oes ConsignmentsSo icited. ample*^ f mtk aw Subniliicd to tbs^different Han e Iters aud tha Ore Mild tu the^bbjhaat lllddrr. WRITEKOk TtRMS. Itjr office at Seroud National Hank.^Telephone Vo. 71. samplingWorks it Northara Haclfh and M on^taaaCentral railroad juatUoii. TakeMotor Line weat. Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAOUtRE, Mangor TheSociety Event of the Season MondttthiiU i ii. .i 11 April SS^0JaV^AND a SpecialWednesday Matinee. Antrim'sKeinvaru'atlva Comedian SolSmith Russell Nuupnrtedby a Hiiperb c. mpaoy ui d^*r the^managem ut of Kred h ber^ea lu^the hit of hla life,...

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. — 17 April 1889

FHEINDEPENDENT Helmut.Mont., April 17, lb89 fl'|;j*HII KVEHY MoBKUIS Hi' EFT MoMDAT. IN L^KI' BN l^rn F PUB. CO., PL'BLlhll K KB, rUHLU'ATlOM OFPICB, uruadwav TERMSof SUBSCRIPTION 1l - ^ M rl'-r-. ''v r arrW par monthi' BrMail-psr rwr* ^ JnTrain*, t nt^wsr*^ys and n^*ws stands ...Set*^4'wkiy. i*r y*^ar$3 omciALpa run^ilarkk (nr.vrr. OKL0H7J 4JTD TheINDEPENDENT hat * largar Sail* clrruia-^Hon than any newiptptr batwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^athar two dal^v papara published in Montana,^it ha* no press roam sacrets, ita tuhacrlption^a ooka a ra opan to impaction, and It la a I way*^'aady to Jprova that ita circulation la ai repra-^^antad Entanadat tha PoalofBca at Maiana a* aaconrt-^slass mattar. aevereone. 1 tsrkeneti home* and^blighted live* nerve bh a reminder that^the fatal reefH of the harbor at Apia^were omens of a conflict between nations^a higher power saw tit to interfere with.^And it wan well.^ Probably the phrase^which describee the Samoau re...

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. — 17 April 1889

NEWSOF THE TERRITORY. THE LIVING8TON ELECTION. TheContest Over the Maiden Town-^tit*^Powers ot Fergus County^Justices^A Boy's Mishap. Livingston,April 16.^fSpecial to the^the Independent |^There will be more of^a struggle for city offices here at the com^lag election than there was at the first^city election, which occurred about three^months ago. The presented Incumbents of^the city offices were only elected, after the^city was Incorporated iu Decern be r, to hold^office until the regular annual election,^which occurs April 'JV. Most of those who^were elected for the short term will seek to^be re-elected. Col. A. W. Miles is said to^be again booked for mayor. C. A. Berg is^the only mentioned candidate for city^treasurer, but as this was the ofh^e most^sought after at the last election, there may be^several candidates in the held before April^_^.^. Geo. T. Young seems to have satisfied^ever^ body during bis short terai as city^marshal, and will probably be re-elected.^The offices of...

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. — 17 April 1889

MONTANA'SMINES. Glowing1 Reports From^Fields at Rocky Fork.^Grade Fuel. theCoal -High ShiresL of the Superior Company^sted on the St. Louift^Stock Exchange. TlifM limit Mint- ^^;ilil Ut HaW lU vu mm^to London ^u^l Sf^ Kork^1'nrtlra. J.L IMatt, one of tlu* pnncipftl Kt'H'Lt-^bolden In the Kwkf Pttfc OMl company,^was in the city )WmmmJ* Wmm lit- wan^met by aa LvMF**DB*1 nporwr K^ WM^showing a party ot MtMl at^w hiM-. iiL. iis^of coal from tin* Kooky Fork field. 'J In*^cual in remarkatdy resinous in its nuil.t.i-p.^layers of el.*ar r^'nin runmn^ through tin*^blocks ^^t c^al at intervals, and tins IgBlkM^rea-llly, tfW trum a horning match. *Howmuch coal are you j^r^^iu^'ing ^'^the present MM was IffclA Weare doinn very little just now,^ re^^plied Mr. IMatt. ^but we have IJtf l|IMI^yards i'i^en^ d up and are prrpantl to take^out l.uwiioim daily. All we arc waiting^tor is the railroad which in to tran^iM^rt th^-^coal for us. and that IN nre MMfN will Ik*^ready i^^ tafta bMtSm MtMN the 1st...

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. — 18 April 1889

ThmlosUpsuslenlls Well Bsjalppew torn rum PROMPTEXECUTION OfAll Ord^ra for^Commercial Printing, Show Printing, and FlnaWork Of All Kindt TbsflN DKPRN |iK*IT kutke Associated[Press Dispatches, Befit^ockl ^fewrl f^cfoJ^,^A Largxb Cibculation than any^other two daily paper* iQ Montana. Itid unexcelled M AD AdvertisingMedium, VOL. 30--NO. 115 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1889. FIVECENTS HARRISON B* PRICE^CLOTHIER. AHelena House that carries^as large a Clothing Stock at*^any house west of Chicago. Thathandles the productions^of the very finest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is STICTLYONE PRICE 11You pays your money and^you takes your choice.'1 Thereare bats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the * 'Miller.^^Have you ever had one I^Then don't wait a min^^ut...

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. — 18 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April 19, 1869, r'umubkbdItut Moumu Ixrvrr Momdat INHEI'BNMBNTPUB. co., PUBUhHBKft. POM40ATMHIOPFIOA, uhoauway termsof subscription MyHnbacrlbara, by curler, par monthf 1 W ByMall-par yw^ UO JnTrilni, to nawahoya and ^ ^ ^ - ^land*^ Beta^A'aekly, par jw13 H officialpaper^clarke county. OF lewis axi Thaindependent h^i a largar dally clrf ula-^Hon than any nawapapar between 81 Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^other two dally eapera published In Montana,^^t hae no presa room aacrata, Ita subscription^ooohe are open to inaooctlon, and It Is always^'eady to fprova that Ita circulation le as repre^^sented Enteredat the Poatofrlce at Helena aa second*^^ i^ss matter. Thkhki* ^ preservation of the unttleH^in the proposition that John L SuIHvhii^and Jake Kllraiu go to Lti Angeles to^decide the long-drawn-out controversy^as to which can whip t'other. The pugi.^li-t- so-called, are at much addicted to^wind an the city front whence the sug^^gestion...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 April 1889

FEAROF A SUGAR FAMINE. THE LIGHT SUPPLY ON HAND, SomebodyBuying Up All the Raw^Material in Sight - A Rifting^London Market. NewYork, April 17.-There Is a Hurry^among the sugar truat people and there^may be a sugar famine. Somebody hae^been buying a good deal of sugar lately,^and wbltperingft and coniultatlona are go^^ing on. A rUe In the price of augare of all^kinds will be occasioned by the entirely^unprecedented state of raw augar. The^stock In the bands of importers and agents^in this country Is only about 14,000 tons,^against 110,000 tons at the corresponding^period last year. Somebody la buying up^sugar In England and somebody has^bought up In this city since laat Saturday^2H.UU0 tons of the 40.000 tons on hand.^Whoever these sonieqodies are, sugar trust^certificate have been going up significantly.^Monday of last week certificates sold for^M 4. with a light demand; Wednesday,^when a new deal Is supposed to have beeu^brought about, there was an active demand^and the price went ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 April 1889

cmCOUNCIL. TheWater Committee Makes a Re.^port, Showing a Lack of Hale^Water in the Reservoir. NicholsonReappointed as Sergeant oi^Police, and Three Policemen^Confirmed. Th Kir* (iiiumlttea Nairn. Ibr !')^^%-^^Whrrr the Mrr Alarm Hoar* Art^to Hr rim^^d. MayorFullrr wu Id th^* rhalr last dI^M^^nil ih**re were present Aldermen Donnrly.^Llaaner, Loch, Klein, Allen, IfMMti^itrown, Kirharda, Thieuie, Adkinwin,^I^unn, Keatherly. Mayorfuller stated that the meeting liad^been railed !^ the purpose of letting con^^tracts for building sewers on Rodney street^and Lyndah* avenue. Thereport of the committee recommend-^intf the same was adopted. Thereport ot the flru alarm telegraph^commfttee was read aa follows: Kirstward-liox No. 12, Pennsylvania^block; No. IS corner Pom and RotJft*!^street*: No. 14 office of the Helen* Iron^works. Secondward-Box No. 22 I'arrhen's cor^ner Main and limadway: No. 23 BOTM \\i and Kwing MfMU No. 24 corner Hroadwayand Rodney. Thirdward Itox No. H OOTftCf Wall and^Cl...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 April 1889

REEPUBLIC LIBRARY io\aYtvfc\vfc^. TheIndependent la Wall Kajplpi ed worn t^^ PROMPTEXECUTION OfMl urdars for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kind* VOL.30--NO. 116 Mtlrm tnbtui. HELENA, MONTANA TEKKITORY, 1 KIDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1889. TfcollNDKrKPIDKNTklilk Associated[Press Dispatches, 8ej*t jfewj* ffepor/tj*,^A Labgeb Cibcclation than any^other two daily papers in Montana. It!^ UMXOftUod as ^ AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS HARRISONEIRIC^CLOTHIER E A(Menu House that carries^as large a Clothing Stock as^any house west of Chicago. Thathandles the productions^of the very finest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is STKTLYONE PRI01 Youpays jour money and^you takeB your choice. Thereare hats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one I...

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. — 19 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April 19, l*8^. fuKURHiDIvut MNM BMW HMIi IDEl'BUDBNT TUB CO., PUBLlHHIHb, JJBL10ATlONOmOt, BHOADWAV HUBuK SUBSCRIPTION. WmSnhecrlnare, carrier, pa^ monthI II B Mall-per yw^ * 00 Treine,10 newehoya newa * lamia .U^Weekly, yeart-1 offhulMM! t^r LMVn AlB fheINOEPENOCNT hat a larger nail) clrtula-^Hon than any newepapnr between St. Paul and^^ortland and a largar circulation than any^othar two daMv papara publiahad m Montana^I tin no praaa roem eeerete, lit auhacription^oooaaara opan to mapactlon, and ll la alwaya^^aady to .'prova that ita circulation la aa repre-^aantad (ntaradat tha Poatoflfce at Halana aa eecond-^t*att mattar. \naiioMI. MTOM^The subject of reclamation of the arid^landrtof the went is iH-rJiinln* to attract^the attention tn the eant that it merit*.^Tha Chicago Inter ocean, for liiHtanrc,^devoted nearly a coluniu of n- editorial^l^ajfe. on Monday, to a rename of the ar^ticln in the April number of the Korum.^by Senator Stewart, of Nevada, a...

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 April 1889

REDLODGE AND VICIWY WORKOF THE COAL COMPANY Titlesto Town Lots inJBad Shape^Cure tor Jumping^A Busi^^ness Opening. Kei Iahhjk, April lrJ.-lSp*clai Corre^^spondence of the independent] ^ Ked^Lodge is still a place ^ t the future, with^very little at present. There is yet no con^^nection with the outside wurld, eicept by^means of a semi-weekly stage from liil^Units, which has retarded the natural^growth of the place. 1 he billings stage is^not an Ideal ^^t transportation, and nothing^hut Ignorance or the hot pursuit of wealth^could Induce a person to make the journey^bv this line. Most ot those who are here^now are waiting fur the completion ot the^railroad before going out, and many who^wish to go in are delaying their journey^until trains begin to ruu regularly on the^road. This will occur abo ^t June 1. The^work of leveling up and ballasting the rail^^road .s being rapidly pushed to completion,^aud construction trains art- scattered along^the entire length ot the road. This work^is...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 April 1889

MEDICALHOARD. TheTerritorial Board^aminers Meet and ofMedical Ex-^Get Down to ActiveWork Examinationof Applicants and Inves^^tigation of Certificates Now in^Progress. Th* Broadwater n . Ay luiuirtit,.^awliumlua; Pom) mm \ .^ ^ ^ Kra-^turr of llic Iteaorl. Theterritorial board of medical MM^iners Ml In the city hall laat nltfht pur^tmant to rail, for the transaction of busi^^ness, principally in eiaminir and approving^or dio( roving the certificates ot territorial^practitioners. Thefollowing circular, issued by Dr.^Ernest Crutcher, yf (ireat Kails, the N*Y*^^tarv of the board, has been sent to all^known practitioners: DearMr: In accordance with the terms^of an Ht t passed by the sixteenth lejtiHla^tue SHsriiibly. entitled 'An art to regulat*^the practice LOOKSLIKE A ROMANCE.^a toiiBK4.iri Maapawswa, ^^^^ M i.Tiio^^iii Residentsdown the valley near Dia^^mond gulch are all mi oxer the sudden^disappearance from their midnt of Farmer^Kelly's |^ year-old daughter The general^belief is tha...

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. — 20 April 1889

5^\aYtVmvXxaVij. Theln^top^u^1eiit la Well K^mlpP** worn rum PROM TT EXECUTION^Of ail OitUn for CommercialPrinting, ShowPrinting, and FlnaMora of All Kinds TkditNBBPniOBNTkM thm Associated[Press Dispatches, 8cfJtI^odal Jfewj* f}cfort^, ALABOKR ClHCUUTION than any^other two daily papers la Montana. Itla aaucaUed aa aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 117 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRISONE.PRICE^CLOTHIER AHelena House that carries^an large a Clothing Stock as^any house west of Chicago. Thathandles the production*^of the very finest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house iu^the city that is BTICTLYONE PRICE ILLER Youpays your money and^you takeB your choice. Thereare hats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Milter.^^Have you ever had one ^^Then don't wait a ...

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. — 20 April 1889

meindependent leHna,Mont., April 2^^, 1869. tsu-mnBtist Mohnihu Bxcbpt Mohdat. [IDIFIXDIR1PUB. co., PLBLIMIRKN JBLU'ATiOMOKFU' UKUA1WAV TERMSOF SVRSlRlPTlOlt. XtjMWrlhers, hy cvrtar, per monthf ^* ByMUl-par ywt UV /n Trains t ^ newaboys And newt lUmli . 5cU^Weekly, par yeart * l)mC/4LPAPER clareecovyrr. OF LEWIS AM* r* INDEPfcNDEN T h^^ ^ t.rger telly cfrtuta.^tlon than any ntwipiptr between 8t Paul and^^o*1iand and a la^*a*ar circulation than any^other two dally pspars published m Montana^^I hat no pratt roam secrets, itt subscription^Book* are open to inspection, and it Is always^*eadv to {prove that Ut circulation It at repre^^sented Enteredat the PostonVe at Helena at second-^t^att matter. LiWTBHfitiuplaiii. Ml with a show^of ju-^tU'**. ut ttM manner in whirh tha^^law-tare Mug priutM in ttt** adminis^^tration ptpvf of thin city. It in objwtwi^that it Lm not in accordance with thf^spirit of thn law to print an act in two^or more W*ut^* of the oflicial |*aper; that^hucIi a cotir-*...

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. — 20 April 1889

COLMULKEY'S SCHEME TO TAKE LOWER CALIFORNIA. AColonization and Filibustering Af^^fair Which May Lead to 8eri-^out Trouble. LoaADgeleadispatches etate that there^li a scheme on foot to take possession of^Lower California and attach It to the^L'Qlted Mat*'*. A federal official of Loa^Angeles statin! that Hie aeliriue Is being^worked through a secret order which has a^large lUfUtiershlp through the south. He^Mid: ^They are well org niz**d ami num^^ber l.uou men in the military department,^out of which the civil department takes in^many prominent and Influential men. 1 re^^fused to have auvthing to do with the^scheme, but expect to hear from it before^long. Anyone who has waU-hed the pro^^gress ot things on the peninsula during^the past year and who has known of the^existence of the society cau easily see that^Unuble Is brewing Theplan, which was very visionary, was^traced to Col. J. K. Mulkey, who ten years^ago was a correspondent of the Louisville^Courier-Sournal. A reporter who pre^^...

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

BITHE BOARD. Whatthe Commission of Medical^Examiners Has Done and It^Doing Physicians,So-Called, Who Will Not^Attempt to Pass a Simple Ex^^amination. Two( Iiln^*m- M^^ll(o^ Ajtpt) fur IHpln-^ui.tt I lt.'-f Who IImw ll^-^-n liivrn^^ ^rttftiMl*-*. Themediral Ixinxd worked hard all day^yeatfrday In executive senium, and tr^r^g^acted a lartfe Auiniint of butttneas. Over^two hundred application* for certificate* ha\ealready t^een rerelved. Soiiit'of Mm allegedftjMifcf have failinl to nut in an Hp^penranet* and have until the 'JVth iMt to^ancwer, after which dat^* Mm dndrict at tor^ne^ will intervii'w them. A number of^^urnriaeo an* promised re^ardintf tho** who^will be rejected, no me of whom Maud very^hi^h, but have failed to nana an exaunna^tlon. An Instance of this kind was one^practitioner who anpt ared for exainiiiHtton^y^ stt-rday and could not tell how many^thine* there were in the human lt*K- The^tM^ard real:/et^there will l^e vw^^roui pro^|a*tl trom the rejected ^aft Olie^m the ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

VOL.31.-NO118 HELL. MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 188! F1VKCKNTS LadiesOvergaitersi AFull and Complete line Jusl Received. TheVery Latest Shades, Callaaa.cL Se^ Til arm J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., LeadingFine Shoe Dealers. (NKXTTO KIR8T NATIONAL BANK.) T.C POWER ^ CO.. JOBBIKS AND DBA ^ km IN AgriculturalImplements, J^NTD MININGMACHINERY! Justreceived, a complete new stock of DEEREPLOWS AND HARROWS. SuperiorDrills and Broadcast Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SIZES. Ourline of Fine Buggies, Carriages, Phaeton*, etc., is the largest and moet se^^lect ever brought to this country. Sole agents for Column^ Buggy Co. vehicles. Alarge stock of Glidden's Celebrated Steel Wire, painted and galvanised. Kine^hand made and heavy work harness a specialty. Headquartersfor Fresh Grass Seed and Heed Peas. Agentsfor Revere Rubber Co. Belting, Hose and Packing. Krie Tubular Sta^^tionary and P...

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. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. TheClose of the Penitential Season^Brings About a Revival of^Gayaties in Helena Preparingthe Costumes for ^Ermi-^nie^ - The Principals end Choru^^Hard at Work. 1*1Mil- lor Mm A-^^mMjr'^ UMMM #.^^las;^^On An^urnl l^wn An*w^t* l^* ii. i * i. Tht*pfanon of Faster in especially Itsrd^on dressmaker* awl kSM parlimlirly the^I alter. TlM roriMiimptiori of ftfu* alnmt^thin pavM is awful, for kSfsjBjal and atmve^thf average enijnunit.it Ion of DM doiiMtnl^egK^. 'Ji-tfniH^-.| in tin1 form of orijelMlrn,^etc., there is the lh^lutiitalily bad ^ *v se-^lwt^^t for amateur tlieauieala, and lard but^not leant tli(* oard boiled trsvellug^wIjk'Ii atn^ut I. inti-r tiiiit- in adorned with^ribbons and h**roui^*s for th^* nonet* a hard-^v ..^i, hand painted, Indigestible feature^^jf a younK lady's boudoir. OfI'ourae thm unnatural demand makes^the hens scratch and the grocery clerk^rustle, but at twenty rents a dozen It la a^cheap amuaeauent, and a young nun can^g...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. BOOMERS'LAND. Descriptionof the Country Which^Will be Filled by Thousands of^Settlers To-morrow. WellWatered and a Mild Climate,^With Hot Day* But Enjoyable^and Cool Nights- AHealthy Country. |M for twnMderwble MftUriitHiHf^feaaaaaHaw High wind* ;,.il^u^t III** Drawback. Thelack of general information con^^cerning the Indian t^*nltory it eMily ac^^counted for, says the New York Herald, by^one who baa lived there for any length o(^time. The Indians naturally Impart as^little knowledge of it an possible, partly^from 'heir iuitinctive jealousy and fear of^white incursion, and also * because they^come in contact with such whites a* were^interested in the country remaining In its^^tate of iaolatiou. The cattlemen, who by^the aid of leases or the friendly protection^of certain ^squaw men^ ^ white men mar^ried to squaws) had their herds there, were^not communicative. Nor were the em^plo) es of the interior department. Thearmy people were few In number,^anil their l...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT THEINDEPENDEN1 0lMI*. Mont., April It, 1-M* r k. .^man Brant Momiiaw Bi' irr V ^t INDBPBNliRNT PUB *'0^ PIULIhUBKM. fOBLK ATlON OKKICB, HKOAl*w A V IWMBe* ^UMCBiPTH*M JHyM-iherrlber*. by carrier, per month... ByMall l^f ^-er ....j., *nTrain**, t BSwSboye ud nt*iUd'Ii^Weekly, per )**ar I- .^ 'if )fte OfVmAt.I'AI'KH t,r Mflf/.s ASh^CLAHh'K t OI XTY. Th iNULl't '^ *^ ' ^^^ ^0* v - lionthan any newspaper between 81 Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^thai- two daily phper-a publlehed in Montana.^ii hat no press roam secrete, ita euhecrlptlon^e^oo^e are opan to inapactlon, and It It always^ready to prove tnat its circulation la at repre^^ antad fnUrad at tha PoetotWce at Halana at second^atatt mattar. MitIti.AiNK In not lacking in rtiplo^many. The 111 fating that ha- long^town mijibo***! to exUt ItHtwwMi him and^IWry Belmont, who ha^l him on the^gridiron before B4MjgffBJ over the iVru^vlan Hcandal, did not prevent Mr. Hlalne^sending the brilliant ...

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