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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT CONTRACT8ICNED. HelenaNow Assured of Plenty of^Water for Fire and Sewerage^Purposes for One Year. WHAT IS PROMISED. TheHelena Water Company Proposes^to Keep a Pressure of Sixty^Pounds at the First Floor of^the Court House, TImpcontract between ihe oily and the^Helena Water company was sinned yes*^tenUy. The committee appointed at the^last h cui ^n of the city council to act in con^^junction with the mayor and city clerk in^executing the city contract, had three meet-^inKit 1m tore they could ^el the contract Into*^xhape to milt them, but finally so arranged^matterit that verythtnK i* hatisfactory to^both parties. Two contract* were drawn^up ^^fti iilaj, and buth were idtftied by the^ma^ur and city clerk and secretary of the^water conmany. One contract will be for-^warded east ^ reeelve the (tijcnature of the^president and m-al of the company, and^when it in returned the other contract will^be forwarded and the otter retained here,^os the one forwarded will be...

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. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT GOSSIPFOR WOMEN. TheActress Reichemberg^, Who Has^Played Havoc With Boulanger's^Family Relations. RICHGIRLS' PIN MONEY. Miss6lerling'^ Tribulations as the)^^Prisoner of Chillon^ The^Ifttt of Tobacco in Ar^^kansas. Pan*l.t tU-r; Junt now an extra amount niintereit it excited i^y Mile. Ileaafeaaj berg,of the Coined Krari'ais*\ who la^unlvtraally unrterstiHMl to la* the *yreat^aeiieral's general.^ Why tins now anti^^jualeil llttli female swaMsM prove no ta^^-i^nBtintfto the stronger wi la a decided^problem to feminine observers* She was^(^He pretty one.e, in a blonde peasant girl^atyle, but in*- contour of her far.- alway^recalled that of a alinep. Shell now over^forty years of at^**. having completed her^MpmI] years' service at the Theatre Kran-^oaise some y* are ago, and im rattier dried^up and annular, though she la all)J capable^of Impersonating on the stage the part of a^very young girl with go^m| effect In her^prim** *ht* was a fresh and fair little Alsa^{...

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. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. ANESOTERIC ADEPT. WonderfulStories About Mme. Bla-^vatska, the High-Priestess of^Aryan Theosophy. OFTENGIVEN UP TO DIE. RemarkableRecoveries^Alleged Mm^sculous Feats Replacing a Lost^Paper^The Occult Science^Abroad. N*wYork Special: W. W Ji*Wr, who^Is at the head of the theotmphlcal organiza-^tlons of the Tiiited States, as well as presi^^dent of the local Arjsn Theosophlcal so-^cl^*t^ t^ ^K^w York, has Just returned from^a trip to Knglsiul and tiermany. In i .on^don, of course, his principal business wan^with Mine. 11 IV lilavatafay, who is justly^considered the hesd of all theosophlc^teachiuK aud orK*iii^^ttinn outside of India^and Thibet, or as she modestly prefers to^be regarded, the mouthpiece and represent^ative of the masters or mahatuias w ho sys^tematically seclude themselves somewhere^In the Orient from public knowledge. Mme.Hlavat.sky,^said Mr. JudK^\^ls liv^ing with the Countess Wachtmeister widow^of a Swedish count who was an embassa^^dor to the...

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. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPEXDEXT. HELENA'SSMELTER. TheBig Plant Almost Ready to Begin^Operations-Half a Million Dol-^lars Worth of Ore bought ABOUTWESTERN MINES. West Granite 6tock Takes a Rite-^Good N^ as from Cattle Moun^^tain-Mining Properties Which^Are Steady Producers. Atthe h*'ad^|iiarlrn of tht- Helms SmHt-^tafl '^'^iii|^an^ it was Htatitl j cstwlay that^the plant will lie started up in from t*n^rlayi to (wo weekH. A iiuihIm r of the fur^Dane*-h* have already Imh-m lire^l, hut aetive^operations will not Itrjrin until the tune^Stated, when the entire plant will issue^volumes of smoke from lUlWMNI stacks.^Around the work* a husy scene preaents^itself where at leant 3*) men are eriKH^'d.^and thin numU-r will h* inereaaed hy l^*^^more when work Iwkuis in earneat. Man^^of the workmen are rritfajteri in placing^maehiner^ in position, which in the JaM^part of the work to he done. A ^juantity^of mac hinery la on the road and is looked^for every day. ' .n at ^|Uttntltt^^ of ore^and eooeebtrate...

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. — 22 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^abreast oFtHB tims3, - Th Only MORNINQ++ SBWSPAPBR ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Givingall the Newsof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 41 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1889. FIVECENTS BALLANU BANQUET WtliU* jh-n under toe ausstc** of tbt CaledonianClub of Helena, ONBl'RNS' BIRTHPAY, Friday,January 25th, AtProf, tie it if*' Hall Id i.rultn Bl^ck Acdre****^by Col. Mtodtn, Hon. 1 D -cCutchoon. Hon^W.J. lialbraltb, H ^n. N W. Mc. oaneTl, U*a^Let* Mftntl* ^nd other*. GoodVocal Mid Inetrumpiitkl Mui'c. Ho**a*r'eMriog band Banu .^*( begtn* at 8 SO^P- ^^ TIcketeartinlttlas L^^1 and Gentleman $3^Single Tiraet ^Umlttlng i ady $1 Tirketefor eale al Calkin* A Ke*tberly a, K. V^W^llaa ft, Undeay * I ^ _ asd J P. Wo^lm****^^tore*. Pioneerlinek Company will .urnlsb cunv*y^*nue at red irewl rates riNLAYMcKAB,^r-ecretary. ashburn k. barbourT Attorneyand Counselor at Lai MASONICTEMI'uK, HfiLKNA, sv T...

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. — 22 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rfaltnti, Mout., Jan. it, ib8W PtTSLIBHBD KVIHV MOHMIMU B Xi BIT MoNDAT INDBl'BNDBNTWB. co., PL'BLIhUEKh. 1*jblu'ation ofpu'I, broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION amHottecrtbsre, hy carrier, per month.. , $1 ^* ByMall-per jmr^ ** Traine,t, wmlwyi ^ml news ^Ud^1* *r^*^A'aeklv, -r P OFFICIALPAPER OF M*^STASA ill ccwisin sum couMTft Th*independent has a larger dtllv circuit-^uonthananv newapaper bilwtin It Paul and^^ortland and a larjer circulation than any^attar two dally papa^ published in Montana^t hat n0 praai room aacrata, ita aubecrlpllon^eooksare open to inspection, and It laalwaya^-^*dy to prove that Ua circulation Is aa re pre^i an tad Enteredat tha PoalolTlce at Malana at eecond-^^ lass matter THEGAMBLING BILL.^KrpreneuUtlve Hunt yi^t*rt1ay intro^^duced his bill to HUppn^n mire-thing^garuMiiifC Id Montana territory. It in^NpiTiuV in Mi prohibitum of certain al-^)b*jb*1 famt^* of chance In which tin*^rhant'HH of winning lie altogether with^the ^1^ ulern, and presrrihe...

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. — 22 January 1889

THETERRITORIES' RULERS WRONGS WE HAVE SUFFERED. Hon.J. K. Toole's Arraignment of^Congress and His Glowing Tribute^to Montana's Greatness. Thefollowing extracts from the speech^of IXelegste 1 as printed tn tbe Con^^gressional Kecord, will be of interest to ail^Montanians as well at to lovers of home^rule: Weare twenty-four years old, out of^debt, of sound Integrity, and good citizens.^Our territorial pupilage, which is oniy a^stage ot training necessary to precede the^responsibilities of statehood, Justines us In^putting aside the restraints of territorial^government and assuming a more import^^ant ulace in the lutur*. Like a child^grown beyond the capacity of its garments,^our pride Is wounded and we are restive^under the promise of more suitable habili^^ments. We staud in many respects in the^same relatiou to tbe federal government^that a child does to its parent or a ward^dors to Its guardian, but unhappily the^same principles are not sppllcabie or we^might go Into a court ot tuui...

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. — 22 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheTwo Bodies, Refreshed by Their^Rest. Return With Vigor to the^Business Required, HUNT'SGAMBLING BILL. Its8trtngent Measures, it it Become^^ Law, Will Put ^n End to 8ur^^Thing Gambling in the Terr*,^tory^Other Matters. Thehouse did not mwt ui ttl yeiterdsy^afternoon, but tin- SMWtJ lit Id a ninrnihtf^^ession. Notice ot introduction of bills^were liven in both turns**.1* and Mr. Hunt^*^icaruhiintf lull was n-ad twice and rW.-rp ^t^to the printing imbNUS TIM hill is v**r^^^weeping in its iue*Mi^e*. it aimi to and^will, if it tH*coim* a law, abolish surf thing^fame* with which tlie u-rritorj and e*|^e^cially Helena is cursed. It ii underitoo^t^that a strung lobby of gamblers will IN rk^against the hill becoming a law, and will^use money unspairlngly, but it is hardly^probable that any legislator can be found^who would not kick a lobbyist down stairs^were he olTered money to vote against sudi^a t^eiiihrent measure. The council, as dele^gated to do by joint resolution, ...

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 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^abreast oFtHS times. T/N3T3H TheOnly MORNINQ++ NEWSPAPER ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Olvlnffall the Hewsof the World Dally. VOL-30--NO. 42. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1889 FIVECENTS A.GRAND BALLAND BANQUET YVUlbe .-Iv.-n .ii '-r the auspice* u( t be CaledonianClub of Helena, onHUM* biuthhay, Friday,January 25th, AtFnif. B^irir^' Hall In ^ir*-dt* Hl-^k Acdr*e*a* BOB^Mc onmdt, Hen byCol. SeniWs, Hon. 1 i) McCutchmm, Hob^W. J. (Jalhrelto, Hon. N W ' I.hMeuti * and others. I Vocal mi i lD^trum^DUl M rati KuNDrr^ Mrlru' tfabd baaquwt bjgtns at 8 SO p.m. Ilcketesdiutttins: Uil ud UwntJwnan f^^lfiRl^'l'lcki^twlmlttlD|r i ad^|l Ticketsfor sab- at Calkin* A Pewtberly *, K. C^Wwmm a, Mndeay 4 lu'i tad J. f. w ol man's^^tore*. fSaBBSfl Hack ^ .in pear will . MM convey mmfmtmtm. kini-ay m.rak, hecretery. ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyana Counselor at Law IMHOTJtMl^K. HELENA, II T. MASSE...

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 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Jan. it, lMfri* PVSUSBID BvtRT MoKNIN gl' KIT IDllWt Dtmnnionnpub. oou roiuBBiia pUBUOATIOM OPFICB, ^ BROADWAY TEHMSOF mNOTW J1t Mobecrlbers, by curler. per month f H ByMsll-peryear^ OnTrslae, 11 oewehoys ud w^i atande hcta^Weekly, par yearPi W OFFICIALPAPKH Of MO0IAWA AaVP^LtWIS ASD ( LAHKIl OOVMTW, TheINOEPENOCN T has a larger daily clrcula-^ilni mm any ncwiptptr wtween Bt Paul and^Portland *nd e larger circulation lh*n any^etr-er two daily papers publiahed In Montana^^l haa no praaa roam aacrala, It* Subscription^books era opan to Inspection, and It Is always^ready to prova that Us circulation it at rapra-^aantad Enteredat tha Poetornce at Melane aa second-^tlatt matter ASOUTHERN PLAN. Aplan formulated in T^*iaM hit-^^^ ibnilttt ! to Stft. Harri^Miu t^y wliicli it^lit hoptnl Kih rppuliliraiis ^^f thn south^^can b*^ released from tin* bouiliw undrr^which it now i^ * hy theprt^ilouiiitHiict*^in it of the nt^ro HMMaV UN plan^routeuiplataa two wparatt* r...

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 January 1889

ASPIRITUALISTIC FRAUD. REV^ MRS- TOBIAS B STRYKER, Imposition Upon a Credulous New^York Merchant by An Alleged^8pirit Medium. NewYork World: iieorge D. Carroll^displayed Uttie interest yesterday In the^stationery business, in which he is asso^^ciated with John lieuipsey, at 36 Kast^Fourteenth street At least he was abeeut^from their handsome store during the^greater part of the day, and the tntellljCfnt-^looklng young ineu In chargi* professed^profound ignortuce as to his whereabouts.^The itueeuou of his whereabouts, how^^ever, waa a slight mystery compared with^the surprising occurrences reported ^ester^day In which Mr. Carroll's name was con^^nected with that ot the ^Rev.^ Mrs. Tobias^it iStryker, a spiritualistic medium ot more^daring originality than even the Priestess^Debar. Thestory is that while Mr. 1 'arroll lived^at Yonkers In lHKIt his sou Clifford died at^the age ot twenty right The young man^was the pride ot his parents, aud his tather^particularly vsa* grle\^-d by In* d...

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. — 23 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. BothHouses Actively Engaged in^Presenting Bills or Giving No^^tice That They Will Bo So. TWOWATCHMEN NEEDED Mr.Kennedy Introduces a Bill in the^Council to Establish the the Aus^^tralian System o^ Voting in^Montana Other Measures. Thesecond week of the legislature Mil^fair U^ be productive af tf^results. Mfc^houses are in worktint order and bunlne-a^is being transacted as quickly aa tt conies^up. New bills are being introduced dail^^and refern-d to the appropriate commit!***,^which lose no time in making reports^upon the same, and in consequence print^ed bills are beginning to makt- Hp ir ap-^pcaranrr on the memtiers' desks. All the^necessary clerks havi* been selected, but^there are two watchmen yet to be provided,^and as the joint resolution declaring the^need of them ha* pa*s^d both huuse tht j^will probably be appoints today. Among^the house bills of which notice wa^ given^or were introduced y esterday were thone^for the establishment of an liuane UflttsB,^appoint...

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 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABRBA5T oFTHE TIMES. VOL. 30-NO. 43 'Aswanonar-d w Ths Only MQRNINa++ NBWSPAPBR^That Recelics a Telegraphic Report Givingall th Newssf the World Daily. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1889. FIVECENTS BALLAND BAMQDKT Willl^ glvsa uniVr tbe anssica* uf ths CaledonianClub of Helena, ONHW HIKTHPAY, Friday,January 25th, AtHrof. b^i Hall In (tranlts b ^ k Ardn^by fut SaLtiars, Hoa. 1 D Mc^utrhaon, Hob.^W l i.nit.nidi, lluo. N. W. Mcv on..all, Hnn^\.^r- M^ntl ^ tad otu,'Tf U'*.d Vocal and Instrumental Mup'c. Koaaarr'sairing- Uaou Uanquat li k-lm- at 8 30^p- m. Ilrastsadmitting I hd and Ueatlemaa ft^M|n(tin Ticket admitting bad, $1 Ticket*for aal^ at i *lkh.^ V F-atbarl) -. K. C.^WbIIbMB, Lindsay A t. o's ^url J I'. iMMil^aloras. PioneerHack t unpany will .urnhdt convey^ur^ at raducad rales. KINLAY Mi HA K,^secretary. ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Lai MAHONH'TKM 1'i-K. H^LKNA, ...

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 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT MoUttiR, Mont., Jan. iM, PviunHtbKts^t Muamao Istsrr MMMaf PJBLIOATIONQfVtOfej BKuAOWAY TKHMSOF ^UWUMH'HUi^Mfc MMftM, Hy carrier. i^er month|1 ^J WMlrir,jM.r ^*ar^3 OFFICIALVAiKH or UOMTAMS. AM*^KWIS AM* ' ^^'AT*. tothe^ami Nlf Th#INDfcPfNOEN T hai ^ larger ctrtula-^lion than any newewape' bete-een at p*u' end^Portland and a larger circulation than anV^otner two deH^ P*pert published In Montana^ftftjftftft BfftM roam secrets, IU ^ubtcrlptlon^oooatere open to inspection, and it H aiway*^-^adv *o prova that ^tl circulation It a^ repre^sented Enteredat tha Poetomce at H.lena at eecoi d-^^ mi matter THEADMISSION BILL.^Herewith if* presented the full text of^th* Springer orunihu* * * i 11 hf tt0 i^^minion of the territories of Intkou, MoIlUllU.W h^lhlRt*)!! Hlltl NrW Mt'Xlrn, anit panned the limine of representative*^on Friday of I ant week, except an to an^amendment, the full teit of which has^not heen received, which provide* that if^the Montana constitution ^^f MM i* ra...

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 January 1889

FOULPLAY SUSPECTED. THE dELQRADE UNFORTUNATE TheMan Found Recently Upon the^Northern Pacific Track Thought^to Have Been Murdered. Bo/eman,Jan. 128.^[Special to the In^^dependent. | ^The coroner's Jury In the^case of Joseph Lee, found dead on the^Northern Pacific track, tind a verdict that^he died from an unkuown eauae. The sus-^ptcton uf foul play w*a sustained.^A round hole in the scalp penetrating to^the surface of the skull, Indicates that^aome instrument must have been used to^cause death, though it is poaaihle that a^Mi or other projection about the iron of^the car trucks may have indicted the^wound. Nothing more has been learned^establishing the identity uf the deceased^than was revealed by the papers found^upon the body. Thenew Sllsby engine purchased by this^city arrived on Sunday, and was tested^to day. It la a handsome and most elalior-^ately nnlshed machine. At prtsent haud^power will be used to propel it, aa It U^lighter than the hand engines which have^been in u^e her*-...

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 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. ANumber of Bills Introduced in^Both Houses Yesterday and Bene^^ficial Measures Passed. GAMBLINGACT REFERRED AJoint Retolution Providing for the^Examination of the Book* of the^Territorial Auditor and the^Treasurer. ThetHith ^iay eft!- l^Ulatlve aanem-^bly waa marked by almrt ^r^^loni though^all the btuUneM on hand waa dii-poawl of.^TbecouucU han Urn more prolific au far^In the Introduction of hilla, bi^t aa every^member ^^ftli*h^uw liana pet tneaaun-^amlaathe noMhern uutnumt^er thoae of^the council It will not he hint^ before the^lower he*M will Ih- in the lead. The^council committee on elections report*d^that they did not deem it neceaaary to pre*^sntany meaauren ait mean urea have been^lutMHtuced or are in BffflMi for Intro^^duction covering the -point* in election^laws wauting remedy. Among the bills^Introduced in the council were thoae for^amending the criminal practice rel^^ate e ll separate Ulala for crimi^^nals, amending sections of statutes^rlstlng to adverti...

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 January 1889

HELENA TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedis a Newspaper.^ABREAST OFTHE TIMES. TheOnly MQRHINQ++ HBWSPAPHR ThatReceives a Telegraphic F.jport Olvlncall th. Newsof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 44 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25. 1889. FIVECENTS BALLAND BANQUET Willbe given under the auspice, uf the CaledonianClub of Helena, ONBl'KNS' K1KTHHAY, Friday,January 25th, AtProtH*U to (irsolte Block byCol. Hamler A dreeeee byl'ol nanderp, Hod.^W. J. Oalbreltn, Hon. 1D McCuWbetm. Hon^N. VY. McDonnell, Hen^Lee Mentl* .n't oilier..^Uoud Vocal mi-1 InetrumenUl Mus'c.^Koeener ^ hiring bead Banquet logins el I : Ticketsadmitting 1*4* end MMHeMi^Minnie Ticket admitting Ledy $1, , _ _ Ticketsfor tele el Celkloe .V Keeluerly s, K. C^Wallace's, Llndiay A iui aud J r. Woolniens^etoree.. . PioneerHark Company will .urnlsh convey ^^^^^^^^^ FINLAY McKAK, ISSBBBMy* ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Lai MASONICTKMIVK. HBLKNA, M. ff. MASSENAbULLARD, At...

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 January 1889

I *i MMk THEINDEPENDENT -leJeua, Aiout., Jan. 25, IMS NMMMMM Mourn* Inirr |NMI (NDIPBNUKMTpub. CO., PLHLJHHEKS.^PJMW4TBM OF PIC I, bkoadway tv.hmsof svuscntrTiuS JltyMHBftM *^r carrier, pet mnth|l * t*yMall-twr y-^r^ TrainM*i..*Bht^re Mid *un(i*....MM^Was*);, pit loaf^* w officialIMMI 0# uomtama aMj ygwmaura ot^UMOi coctit, fneINDEPCNOEN r hat * larger dally clrcula Honthan any n.wsoaper b^t*een 81 P*ul and Parllandand a lerger circulation than any^^lh^r two dai'* pap*'^* publtahad In Montana^n nti no pra^ roam tat rata; Its Subscription^eooki ara op^n to m^parilon. and it is alwave^'^^d^ to pro** tnat ita circulation is at rapra-^I anted Cntaradat the PoalofTVca at Matana aa aaco..d-^class mattar. THEFORD COMMISSION. Thereport of th** Ford ^N#iiKrt***s|r^nial^comoii-wiort oil iuiniltfrittioii remm-^men^K a^* a mnh-tirt* to check the influx^of foreign pauper*, aiiurrhlhtri and cheap^latMirnrH, the aH*cwuieiit of h tax of tBBflli ii(H)U all iinmigrunK lo he^collected frnin tin* trans...

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 January 1889

TERRITORIALINTERESTS. THE CUMBERLAND BONDED TheProgress of the Crowe^The^Pease Family Bonanza ^General^News of the Territory. Castle,Jan. 2.^|Sp*cial correspond^^ence of th* Independent. J-A eradicate^of business men | f Whit* Sulphur Spring*^waa formed last week, and a half interest^in the Cumberland mine wan bonded to^them for $60,000. They sink a new shaft^on the mine 260 feet and have till May 1 to^determine whether they take the property^or not It watt hoped the whole or part of^the property could have been sold at once^and the debts satisfied, but the arrant^tuent may terminate In tht best thing for^the camp that could have been done. The^men coiupuaiuK the syndicate, though not^practical mining tueu, are thorough^busineee men, and with ample^capital to buy and operate the mine. The^creditors of the company, however, are^left without being paid at the prewnt time^except what proceeds may he derived from^the sale of 2,067 Lous of bullion and great^hardkhtps are necessarily endu...

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 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheBill Providing for Inspection^Steam Boilers Considered by the^Committee of the Whole HUNTS GAMBLING BILL. Itit Considered Section by Section by^the Committee o* the Whole^House, Which Amends and^Recommends Its Passage. ConsMrratilrImsln. ^^ w irsnssctMl In^both iMebea ^t the laftoMM yesterday,^mnri* Intfri'M ^^ ntt rii.ti hi the house than^the council fm the raaM Hum's IMMM^bill was uml^-r diM- i-n^n hy the rumtultt**^nftliH Wholr ^hiW. wl.ell It roue reeniu-^mended that it he p*.*The hill was iiiet,^1edwnrlH Bf the committ*-*- ^n^ways and BftSB^s, several sure thing (runt's^belni: h'l'h-.t to the teaMssd R*m*s. There^was at BtSl M S0BI1 BfN the par( sj MM^memtMTH to mulct* th** hill morn hindmir in^its provision* ttisn contemplated hy Its^frsiuer. hut wiser rouu*t*l prevailed, and^bHftafl * u' v u'rl^*1 BeMBlgBBj MM Ml an^iiiipr^^veiiieut Bps* the SVtSjlBJBj lantfua^e,^it^ provisions, as first cinjteuiplaM. were^atcrifd to nn inimously. Among the notices^oi hills...

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