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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. FONDFRIENDS. ACharacteristic Story Told by X^Biedler to a Circle of Admir^^ing Listeners. TheAdventures Hii/riend Muggins^Taylor Had While Trapping on^the Yellowstone. HowBMMMM Whose .'Mve* Were ftaveil^tttill Krmeuibcr Tbrlr IHMH^flSSSfflM X.!^^^!^ r was talking U^ a party of^Mmds yesterday and was to his best vein. ItIs a fact,^ he said, ^ami can be proved^by a number of persona, not only In Helena^but all over the territory. Whatts It^^ was asked by a new^comer. 1was teltln' a story about Muslim^Taylor. MuKHins was a trapper, as good^as any one that t v. r baited a trap in Mon^^tana. Uefore Fort Custer was built, in^1877, the UiR and the Kittle Horn was full^of beaver, but since that summer when the^soldiers, teamsters and mechanics com^^menced chopping logs and wood, rafting,^running sawmill* and engaging in other^civilized pursuits the beaver dropped to the^situation and left. lintbefore civilization Muggins and 1^trapped on all the streams, lie was the...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

r HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT, MONTANALEADS. Sheis Destined lo be the Greatest^Racing Circuit for the Next^Five Years AnIntereitmg Collection of the Lat^^est Gotsip of the Montana Turf^^ Missoula's New Track. atmm ^t ^^^* BaftiM i* * Mmi ^ - ^ real lK U'Ute ^ iSSff RSSWM lalk from^Ail o^er the ^ ^uutry. Turftalk ha* fetal rift* tfJfaVf the wwk^and taMMl in rarliitf matters has nut^bw-n ronflnwi u^ horse tn^*n particularly. A^delightful pMMM of many is to take a^apin to the trark and view the splendid^array of talent now aa^einhled there. The^horrt- flarr- all working arid KKtinx some^sharp work, no mile spurt*, but sharp^brarcs. Kverv annual Is looking In fine^form and a nlr.it^ complaint of sickness^haa yet to he heard. Krerk .V Fisher's^l.lttle l ^ ^^ su pped a quarter handily yes^^terday In Sttv Kirkeitdall's stable of ten^horses will arrive May 1. J.W. Iritrleiuan, the yotmir train* r who^roriducta the public stahle now has nine^horsea In charge, all trotters. Within the^laat tew da...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THECENTENNIAL. ThePreparations Being Made at New^York for Celebrating Washing^^ton's Inauguration. TheCeremonial* at Gotham to be of a^Decidedly Expensive and High-^toned Character. UrMlMilitary and Naval 8huw lu !^^ Kc^^lew ml by rrrsldsnt IlitrrUuti - Wual^the Cost \\ HI IU. SanFrancisco Chronicle: The flrat offi^^cial notice of the Intention of the stat* of^New York to celebrate the centennial an^^niversary ^f J he organir-ttion of the conatl-^tutloual government uf the Totted States^wan contained in a memorial presented to^President Cleveland March 10, iw^. In^that memorial It was urK^M that remarka^^ble and becoming as were the ceremonies^In recognition of 17Trt, of Vorktown and of^the formation of the federal constitution of^I7K7. the anniversary of the SU:h of April,^1789, was mttre noteworthy as commemora^^tive of the taking of the oath of oftice by^George Washington, whereby the wheols^of a republican constitutional government^were set in motion. Th...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. REALESTATE. TheWeek Pasi the Most Activa Ever^Experienced in Our Healthy Growth. Quitea Number of Important Trans^^actions at Very Good Fig-^urea. on..- OftlSSS im thtt T.rrlo.rj Koritluif AbfMiA i-in* ht-w BsjIMtaaj fur MUMtllla Real^ -'*(*^ lotii been as active M e\er^during ttit- week. Some of the dealers who^Iih. been k^vUik Hpajftj of their doln^a^art* very reticent ^ .use, they claim, their^brother oValers doubt ^.. .r statement*. A^noticeable feature haa l^een the arrival of^s^Meaat a do/en real estate men, who pro-^poee plying their vocation of booming^things, sh they have done In other towns. Oneof Helena's foremost capitalists,^when asked what wan the outlook for a^proHoerous .1-' j. for Helena, replied: Themont promising feature of a lively^real estate market for the seaaon In tin ad^^vent In town of the peripatetic (n.* r andland shark, whose wile claim to^recognition and busim afl in lua gift of n^\^^and pall. liein becoming very 'numerous,' and...

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. — 23 April 1889

Ti TheIndependent la Well Ksjalpr-ed worn mm^^PROMPT EXECUTION^Of all urdsrs for^Commercial Printing. ShowPrinting, and finmWork of am Rind* tltm rMINDIPINDIIVTBMMttM Associated[Press Dispatches, fiejftI^o^l Xewft IJeportff,^A Labgib Cibculation than any^other two daily papers in Montana. Itla oaaxoallad aa aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 119. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRIS ONEPRICE CLOTHIER AHelena 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 STICTLYONE PRICE DUB, /STE' LadiesOvergo|f AFull and Complete Line Jusi Received. TheVery Latest Shades. Calland See Tliem. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., LeadingFine Shoe Dealers. SK.\T TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOSBIKS AMD DBA a KM IN AgriculturalImplements, MININGMACHINERY! Youpays ^our money and^you takes...

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. — 23 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April 23, 1889, t'l'iuiiiinIniv Mohhimu Bxcarr Hun Da t. INDBi'RNDINTHUB. UO^ Pt'BLIhUSHH. PUBLICATIONoppicb, BROADWAY termsOK subscription. MyttTitwrrlben, by cvrtot, p^r month|1 00 tJ Mall -Vt yaar^ ^ o1 ^ ^^ v lo nawabojra ud nawa atari ie ... ft cto^A'aekly. |x*r year$3 official paper of lewis Abb clarkeooramr. ThoINDEPENDENT hu ^ largar dally circula^^tion than any nawtpapar batwaan St. Poul and^Portland and a larajar circulation than any^stbar two dally paparo publlahad In Montana^^ t hat no praaa roam aacrata, III subscription^oookt ara opan to Inspection, and It It alwaya^^aady tofpnovo that It* circulation It at rapra-^tantad Enteredat tha PoatonVe at Halana at aecend-^tiatt matter. nolfDNJ1III lilt. lot it.^^Mlnnm tit Is tn try the IfpMtMtal ^'f^Hhuttinfc out Chicago and Khiikhh City^tlrwwd U^ef by the euurtiuput of a law^providing for Hi liiHpwrtlon of bw^f ^on^tht^ ImbbV the effect of which, of rourw\^in to prohibit the Nate of meat not kille...

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. — 23 April 1889

UNIONPACIFIC SHOWING. NODIVIDENDS PAID THIS YEAR. AProposition to Merge All the Branch^Roads in One Company to be^Considered. buHTov,April JLi.it..- annual report of^the director* of the Union 1'anh. railroad^company for the yeareuJtng Dec. SI,^U out. The firat part of the report reviews^at some length the relation* between the^government and the company, with a re^^uuie of the non-action takeu hy congress^on the Outhwalte hill. The report then^continues: ^The result of the closing^nontlis of the last vi-ar, with the present^outlook for the current year, would not^justify the directors lu resuming the pay^^ment of dividends. During the last year,^owing mainly to deficient crops Iu Ksnsas^and Nebraska, which adversely affected^all roads operstlng In those states, the^surplus revenue ot the I' nlon Pacific^proper ^ LlatVM miles) fell below the ave^^rage and amounted to $2,610,814, as com^^pared with Sa.^W.WiT for the year immedi^^ately preceding. This equalled 4 VI per^cent, on the co...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 April 1889

MONTANAMINES. Alleged Wild-Cat Schemes Being:^Foisted Upon Eastern People-^Should Be Stopped. Prof.Clayton Visits and Examines a^Mining District in Park County^^His Opinion of It. InItuitti'tiM- li.Mix ^if ^.^i1^1-lt^-*rliiK Mlti^rrml II la HomUil Ui aJMort-land Mnu^Who Will At Onir Orttlop It. AnImportant feature of recent minim*^events has been the ugly rumors wet afloat^of schemes that will not hear Investljra^Uon, or, in other words, wild cat mining^schemes. St. l.ouis, Mo., as usual, has^tMM*n selected as the field for catching the^unwary, and London, too, is fretting her^share of these alleged mhhinff games. Th^effects of.these enterprises. If permlltwi to^eiist are too well known among legitimate^mining men of Montana- every one of the^investors in them, once entrapi^ed, look^with suspicion on the place from which the^plot emanated. In times past, there Is no^den)ing tlie 1 act, outrageous schemes have^been perpetrated, 1* dieting damage so the^industry that has taken yearn 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. — 24 April 1889

Tkalasepoudent U Well Kqalpred worn TMI^^PROMPT EXECUTION^Of all Ordan (or^Oommarclal Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kinds FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY, HELENA TMlNDRrBNDRNTku(i Associated[Press Dispatches, 8eet1^M ^few^ ^epol^,^A Lajmkb Circulation than an^^other two dally paper* In Montana. Ulsuaaxcauatfasaa AdvertisingMedium. VOL. 30--NO 120 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRIS0NB PRICE^CLOTHIER AHelena ilouHe 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 good* in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is STICTLYONE PRICE Youpays your money and^you takes 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 bad one ^^Then don't wai t a niin^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. — 24 April 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April 24, IM9 CflUIHII) KVBST MoiNHH ftXCUT Movoat inditindihtpub. co^ POMMDM JJBLICAT.ONOFFK'*, ^ BROADWAY TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION MyHuhacrit.#rs, by carrier, par monthf UyMsil-psr jrstf^^-r^^*1'1 jnTrsJna, t ^ nwihoyi and MM sUn^l*^Vaaklr, i*r psM9* wt OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS A SO^CLARKE OOOVfTi 'heINDEPENDENT hit s larger daily clrtulS-^lion than any nswspapar batwesn 8t Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^^tber two daMv pftpart pubilshsd m Montana^'that no prass roam aacrats, Its subscription^boohs ara open to inspection, and U is always^ready to ;pro^e that lie circulation It at rep'a-^^anted Enteredat the PoatofWcs at Helena at eecond-^^ lett matter AN HUMI ^ IM'^ N x'^ s 1 ThedeiuandH ii| i. Um^ advertMog^Hpace of the tastff-sMstl have In-^creawnl to Niich an Hxtt-ut that it BBt^been found nemwary to arrange for an^enlargement ^f the paper, which will^tin made Mav I next, or a* hooh thereaf^^ter a* the r*m|iiN1te printing aswisftsl^and...

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. — 24 April 1889

DISTRICTCOURT DOCKET. CALLEDAND SET FOR HEARING. ALarge Calendar. Showing the^Amount of Labor Devolving^Upon the Judges. Thefollowing caaea *er* called In the^United Stat*** district court yeaterday,^Chief J uitit'c Blake presiding:^iK66-1'tilted Stater) vi. T. H KletnKhuidt etal.; set (or April i^4M-ArthurW. He va. A. K CumruinK; at for April 1M TheTerritory vs Sam Wilaou and tilllDavis: stricken out^24*57-J. U. i.va Mary K lloyt; aet torMay 6. ftttS-SecotidNational liank ot Helena va. FrankIV (irady et al ; stricken out.^3eTo-Jtw b. Stoner va. 11. U. Heed et al ; airlckt*nfruui tbe docket^IM'JO-J. U. KuesHlvial. vs. Ked Mountain lunuel and Mining company; set tor MayIS. :vA .1 11. Husaell va Ked Mountain^Tunnel and Mining company; set for^May IS. 8rKS2-WUHani0. Ueecher et al va Ked MountainTunnel and Mining comp iuy; aetfor May IS.^J^3o- J. 11. Kutaell et al. va Red Mountain Tunneland Mining company; aet for Mayl.i. HAS^J. U. Ku^aell va. Kaat Ked Mountain^Tunnel and Mining company...

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. — 24 April 1889

e CITYCOUNCIL. RegularMeeting Held at Which^Important Business is^Transacted. TheWater Commilte Report Adopting^the Report of the Special Commit^^tee on Water. Ik*Meuibertut tbe Board uf llealili aurl^1 it^rar^ hirer tort MMMtf **uJ^i iMlflriuril Itwae nottceabl** Jaat hiKht at the coun^^cil nin-ting that the new iMMMI wm oD^time ami the atf aluVrm.n, with MM ^**-^MfUMb tH-htn.thamt. Mayor Fuller, an^usual, wa^* in the chair awaiting tin- arrival^of the aJiemt* The alrterm. n aftta*^were LU^ner, 1-oeb, Allen, Dunn, Pay^nelly. H|^fteaf, Harrison, Brown. Kir-hards.^Tbleme, Adninaou, Featht rly, \\^aahburn.^Richards. Alterthe minutes of H* last BlIlM!^had b^'eu n-ad and approved Marshal Hard^reported that the contractor for removing^icarba^e had failed to do his duty and^asknd that the council take action In the^matter. onmotion af Alii mil l,n*t^ the rep^rt^wan temporarily tabled. Thecoiiiiuitteeon ^at**r reported, r* ^ urn^mendinnthat Alderman I .web'a resolution AhMmanThleme asked 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. — 25 April 1889

TkeIndependent U Well Kajalpeed wnh tbb PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Ordars for OowmtrcltlPrinting, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of AM Kindt VOL.30--NO. 121 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1889 TfedfllNDEPENDICNT ku the Associated(Press Dispatches, 8ct I^odil Kewfi f(epoftff,^A i.Aut.Ku Circulation than any^other two dally papers in Montana. Itla unaxcallad aa aa AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS HARRISONE FRI CE CLOTHIER AHelena Hous* that carries^as large a Clothing Stock as^any house w. jl of Chicago. Thathandles the productions^of the very linest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is STICTLYONE PRICE *4Youpays your money and^you takes 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^thai combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one ^^Then don11 wait a min^^ute, but go...

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. — 25 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT tfelM*Mont., April 25. 1889. tu^u^i^^!^ MM Mommiitt Iictrr Mohdat (nubpindkntpub CO., PI BL18UEK8. bkoadway TEHMS Oh' SUBSCRIPTION^.11, i*ab^irrih*^ri,hyc^rrl*r,p^rBioDt^i $1 J Vttklfay*^r HHim|PAPER OF U^WU^CI.ARKK COUNTY. ThaINOtPtNDtN r MM a IMMMV clrtula-^lion th*n *ny nawapapar batwaan St . Pau' and^^orliftnd and a MflMW circulation than any^^U*r two dal't papara publlahod H Montana.^Ihil no praM roomtocrata, Ml tuhacrlptlon^oooaaaro opan to inspection, and it la eiwaya^'Mdy to.prova thai Ua circulation !^ at rppr^.^tan tad Enteredat the Poetofflce at Helena aa second-^^ laaa matter iii l \\ \ I I It fe^l 1 1 1 \ Theunusually dry MM ha* tMBaV^Ml M ffcal it ITTti importance to^the people of Helviii, ami one WkUk^M| imt t^e l^wt Htfflit of until a M^M|| U found. The fart ha* feM MtM^in the Im^kI'KM'KM upon several orca-^HioiiHthat one of the water companies'^rem^rvoli^ i^ practically empty, ami haw^MM f'^r a fortnight, while the Mipply^fur tlomentic purjKweH furiii...

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. — 25 April 1889

PULLDOWN THE BLINDS. THESHADOWS OF A GREAT CITY. HowDomestic and Amatory Secrets^Are Exposed to Whoever Cares^to Look. SanFrancisco Chronicle: ^It's a (treat^thing for ban Kraucisco that we don't na^e^more hot weather thau we do,^ remarkt U^one ol her most efficient n^^r*liau^ ^* lh*^peace as be leaned wearily against the^portcuilisof an uptown grocery the utln r^night and poiuUni with his club to the sec^^ond story window ot an adjacent boarding-^house. Iwas strolling, up O'Farrell street the^other evening, and I saw a leading citizen^smoking lu a parlor with his coat off and^hisbwlson a table, while a goiMllookuig^lady was fixing up her hangMiu tr.-nt ot the^mirror and putting a tew dat^ of powder^on her face. There wasn't anvthing^wrong about the business an far as 1 could^see, but everyone of thedt zeu neighbors^thst were standing en the sidewalk e^ eing^the pair through the open window in^formed uie that the man didn't happen to be^the lady's husband ana she happened to be^some...

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. — 25 April 1889

RICHAND RACY. TheChinese Theatrical Company Will^Be Here Thursday, the Ninth^of May. Jim Bailey, with aChinaman Acquainted^the Play, Telia^What It Is. Trag*^ Id M0M Take BajM M|flit It III ' h, i . AiU,Whlrh^for iii 111ap^V, and AChinese theatrical company ^^year at Mtng'i optra housr May^hold lue boards on** week. Thata stof^memoes in thMr.iupe, which is now aa*^forming WrmwdM houses in rortland.^Th^* company will appear here und.Ttl.h^njana^eiueiit of .Uni Bailey, an edu^IM^Chinaman who haa rooms at yuon*^Changs, on W.^t Mam street. AnlnhKi KMtKS i reporter called on .lm^^laat evening aid tound Mm drilling^an orchestra which eonsiat*d ot^three Cninese fiddles, two banjo*.^aU^m torn, twoilrniiot and a pair of eta* *he under' bale.-Iim askrd tt*** reporter it^hUhkI Chinese music, and was iiifunn* d^that his musical education had been so ^ x^tensive that he not only BaWefttM leV^music but could evoke celestial strains^attaiTlf rrota an KoUm harp, atoi Mas] la^^ind was favorable. This...

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 April 1889

rurlaaUpaudaal la Well K^mperd FOB TUI PROMPTEXECUTION^Uf all urd*r^ (or^Oommarctal Printing, ShowPriming, and FlnaWork of Alt Kindt FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY. HELENA. TlMlINDKPMDniThaw t^w AssociatedJPre^s Dispatches, 8ejltI^o^l jfewji Report*, ALUH Cibculation th^n any^other two daily paperefc Montana. Itla anaxcaUad a* an AdvertisingMedium, VOL.30--NO. 123 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRISONE FRIC^CLOTHIER E AHeliM Boite tbat carries^an 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_ mSm |K|TICTLTlONIprice Youpays )onr aoney and^you takes year ehotoe.'1 Thereare bats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and thtre are^bats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one {^Then don't wai...

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 April 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT tfelen*.Wont., April 87, 1889, fmUtUM fVBRT MoIKi'IPT lOMfi BXOADWAY mmSti'.a.rtbarft.Ny carrier, per mnnth$1 ^| t* m*ii par ; ^ . j. fllUjf,p**r y^ orrniALMM ^^* (NU aUKD^OOOTTF. Thaf * i N t ^ ^ ft Iftrgftr ^ . clrrulft-^Han than any naarspftpar bftlwftft^ ^^ P*^1 ^nd^^ortiftnd ^nd ft Iftrgftr circulation thftn an^^^Iftftr two o^Pftporft publlthod ^n Montana,^it has no i^r^M roamaacratft. Its subscription^oookaar* op^n to inftpoction, and ii ts ai^avft^raadv to tpro^^ that ita circulation I* aft rapra-^tftntad tntarMat lh^ PofttoftVft at Malftnft as word-^^ lass rt.attar. OOXftTRITIU5AI 005VE5TIOK. If ni.trratU I'rliuarla* ami l^Mrlrt ^ M MfjUacator Mm taftMttaa ^f Bmtmw*** Thairovarwr aa M'tfrtana lM*ta| mmti '^la^ptm !araatl^m Ut an ajMftjaftj t^ I - h^W I I LUf M^^IffJ^ f.,r tbft Uoo ^^f dfJp^at*** to the HMMM^tluDol c^id*-bUob t^^ I* mti Ui llvleaa, July 4, l'-w,t ^^ tMMMtli aj ih^ NuMpV MMNMhi fourteen(u an^l Afff**Dth dlatrlr ta.altua*^! Id U^*1s^an : I l^rk*^...

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 April 1889

ANANNEXATION SCHEME LOWER CALIFORNIA BOOMERS Planaof Adventurers to Kick Out the^Natives and Grab the En-^tire State. NewYork. UeraM: w^-r California la^icettluff a fcjood ileal of free advertising just^now. on the heeU i^f tlie remit exciting^sturtes of her marvellously rich gold fields^ami tue depressing contradiction* and woe^^ful tales of barreunes* and misery which^followed a rush to tbe laud of promise^mix^ a thrilling; rumor that nore by tir*^bucketful is likely soou to stain the aauds^and alkali plains uf the Mexican state and^that Auierleau adventurers will do or die^in an attempt to annex the hitherto un-^cared for cuuutry in the interests of them^^selves and, iticldenUlly, of the I'ulted^.Stales. TheAmerican Annexation league is the^name of the organisation which la allied^to be preparing this thunder storm far the^Mexicans. The tthtnMtenng branch In^California is said to t^^ known as the order^ot the (^ ililen Ki^ Id and its iueuiht*r* are^pledged in secrecy. The paeudo ...

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 April 1889

WEWAST WATER TheBoard of Trade Discusses the^Vexed Water Question at Its^Meeting. ManySources oi Supply Suggested^With Some Objections Offered^to All. tindiuniii Aetai to iiMfiitgHii^Mi^^ouri Mm Pftaa m^t K*|iurl. Thatimportant loptr, water, the ques^Nssj aj providing an unlimited supply, was^discussed in all its Bssasas hy a represt nta^live group of riti/eiw s*- the Helena lioard^of Tra.te rooms laal niftht. bssbMss1 the^e^were \.. II bssbsbmssss\ T^ KL Klemechiniat,^K. 0. Wallace, K \\\ Kni^ht. AM.rmsn^Harrison, Ossa J. *S. Harris, hiiic^'***'^i .mi i ^M!.h*i^ i Curtis, 1! M. Tar^chen. I^r. Carpenter, KJo^d .)'^ties. II. T.^Heeder and Major K. CL Walker, SMIfAaf|^of the board. The Mmsouri river source^was tiret spoken of, and to convey it in a^ditch would require one seventy live miles^SSSJs Col.Curtis^ That would cost at 1 fromMMi.^ to sa,ouo.ooa Mr.Kii'iuschmldt--Where are ^ou K'dnii^to get llie mohev '.' Col.Curtis^ \\ here do we ever net MOM]^for jmt'lic entt iprttM ' Where* ...

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