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

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^abreast oFtHK times. ThsOnly MORNING++ NEWSPAPER^That Receives a Telegraphic Report Qlvln^Ill the Newaof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 45 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1889. FIVECENTS King'sOpera House. JOHNMAQUIHE. Mtntgtr SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY TheUreat m i Kmutloaal Hoclaty Ac ;raes. MissRose Osborne HapporWdby her own MMflf o' metro^^politan artists Mondayand Tuesday Evenings, Protlutlloout the^^n^at Powerful Draws, CELEBRATEDCASE. WKDNK8DAYAND TBUKbDAY, VALERIE, VYrltu-nexpressly for MIm^thorn* t^aniou Istialprices, bale of wkU '^h.- Saturday st^Pop* A O't'unnor'p ASHBUKNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Lai AtOmCTKMIVB. IIP.LENA, M T. MASSENABULLAKD, Attorneyand Counselor at Law, HSLENA, ^ - ^ MONTANA Willprartic* In nil reorte of record^ tn the Tnr^nior*. Offlca In Gold Block. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBWUY-AT-LAW,ROOM % amih1 BLOCK, ^ 11BLENA, M.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. — 26 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Jan. 2*. Ihfey Pl'KLlM KVBBT M us s.. ti kit HHHM mvtmiTPUS. co., Rnuw PJBUCATIUMOPFICt, BROADWAY MUM srust Hii'TiuS JHfSubacrlbam, carrier. p*r month|l J B)Mall~i*r Vfu . *^On Train*, t - nawahoyi and n-^i rtanaa ftrta^VMklf, p*r j^*arP 111 OFFICIALVAVKH 09 WtSTASA AND^t.KWIS AND CLARKE i 'tCS'TT. Th*INDEPENDENT hai * BttBB* *^^^^ ctrtula-^ilon than any nawapapar betwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and * aVBft# circulation than any^*th^r two dally papaya publiah*d in Montana^it ha* no praa* roomaacrata, It* *uh*crlptlon^aooktara on^n to Inspection, and It I* always^^*ady to prove that It* circulation I* a* r*pr#.^^*nt*d nt*radat tha Poatofllce at Malana a* eecond-^ii*s* matter THESAMOAN DIFFICULTY. ThedlNpatrhH* puhllHhtM y^ttrday In^^dicate that therH Ih b rtrtnijc probability^of a furdblt* BMHertlon of America**^rights in Samoa against the agKreNMioiiH^of tterniuiiy, wbtih ban a*Hiniieit to art^art the armed partinaii of one of tli^-^claimant* of thn Samoan...

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 January 1889

THENEW AMERICAN NAVY. TO BE NO LACK OF FUND8. Reportof the House Committee on^the Prospect of the United State*^Having Sufficient Men-of-War. Washington,Jan. 26^ In IU report^upon the naval appropriation bl!I the bout*^committee on naval atTalri suuiiuftn/ea the^present condition and tuture prospects of^the navy of thttt country. The report Sftys:^^With regard to the new navy con^^gress seeiui to have settled upon a policy^of approprlatlnK towards Its construction^86.000,001) per annum. Your committee be^^lieve this will build up a navy as fsst as^prudence dictate*, our navy department^and our ship builders are utilizing as far as^may be the knowledge acquired from the^costly experience of other nations, but they^must acquire experience of their own. Too^great haste on the part of the^government would Inevitably result^la confusion and waste and^most probably lu comblnationa Instead^of competition among shipbuilders. Be^^sides, It would be an easy matter in this^country to build shi...

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 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. Hunt'sGambling Bill, as Recom^^mended by the Committee of^the Whole, Parses. NOW IN THE COUNCIL. Both Houses Adjourn at Noon,^Wearied with the Arduous Labors^ol the Week -VV.II Meet Mon^^day Afternoon. Aftera aaaafc*! arduous lal^^r^ both^houses of the legislature adjourned ^enter^day at DOOD to meet Hr/alii Morula) after-^^I04H1. Ihe hnUM- took up Hunt's gam^^bling bill a^ re[M.rted by the committee of^the w hol. and panned it without a dissent^^ing \ote. it hue pawed U^ the third read^in if In tt e rouni 11 and will lie panned Mon^^day. Mr. Hunt, author of the bill, ilnl not^get to vote tor it, an he was eugsged on a^case m the supreme court THECOUNCIL Afterthe usual preliminary business In^the council yesterday murning, Kenned),^from the enrolling roiuiiiittee, reporud^house j.dnt resolution No. 'i. providing for^printing 5im coplea of thi governor's iue^^aage, as correctly enrolled. Itrown,fn^m the judh iar) committee, re^ported council bill No. S, concerning at^...

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 January 1889

HELENA VOL.31.~NO46 HELENA, MO ^ANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY '27. 1885*. FIVECENTS T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBIKS AND dkalbhm IN MININGMACHINERY! AgriculturalImplements Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^Sc Soicl's Celebrated ^ Maine M and ^ Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage and IHeavy [7 earn Harness. Ourstock of flue CarriageN ami Buggies, in the largeet and most complete ever^shown in Helena. Afull lilt** of Mine ami Mill Hui)pn^ s HDit^rH( iriK Blake Bteam Purupe, Revere^Rubber Co. Mechanical goods, Common Sense V\h in, etc., etc. Bendfor Circulars and Price Lint. Steam hwt Block, corner of Main utreet^and Helena avenue. aC. ASH BY O.A. UKOADWATKh S.C.Ashby^Co. HELENAAND GREAT FALLS. r SWEET'SPATENT Common Sense H ^ArcticM and ^ Manitoba. BOBSLEDS. Mitchell^ Farm and Spring Wagons, FineCarriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Buckboards,Road Carts, Etc., Etc HARNESS.BARB WIRE, ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 January 1889

IIIXKNADAILY INDKI'KNDEN J. THESOCIAL WORLD. TheWeek Just Passed a Pleasant^One^Numerous Entertainments^for Society Peopla. MISSCARPENTER'S PARTY Helena'*Dancing C*ub Furniih Votar^^ies of the Sal'atorial Art, a Chance^to Display Their Grace and Skill^in the Latest Dance*. [ihTprifllog -^ i *') has ! t ^ ^ l and f***^t^Mi this wivk^to lti heart')* content. Many opinions that^th^ opening ^f UN li-Ktalature would (five a^gSSSSSt laaaatjM to tli^* ri^lllr^K ^^f the social^ball s.-i-m t., In- verified. The faces of tha^lefflsl il rn ^p ^ - ^ rig'km. lai in social^aasemhlles. The IfSSSSISSJ of the haut ton^have In-en to well occupied with festivities^that mm SSBpSf -i ^g- at Mm theatre has not^been noticed. Neil week, however, the^hell'** and tx iux a^nln take the B*ap|f^^(unities offered to Inspect the costumes and^aytinn of th- thesplau stars. The prowns,^ti^ mm way, which have fcSSJM worn at re^cent festivities hy the social belles, have^presented more than the iiHiial elegance of^^at...

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 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. COUNTYRECORDS. ATimely Discussion of a Subject of^Viul Interest to the Peop!^^of Montana. BETTERSYSTEM NEEDED. HintsRegarding the Keeping of Rec^^ords of Entries and Trans^^fers of Real^Estate. Thefollowing pap**r wan read before the^Montana Society of Civil Engineers at iU^annual meeting in Uutte on the ^M Inst.,^byfieorgeO. Kohh, a*^latatit engineer of^the Northern Pacific and Montana rail^^road: Theimportance of the records of the^ownership and transfers of real estate in^any country cannot i^e too highly estimated^Uu them the property holder depend* for^the o/itet and peacaole poKsesmou of his^land; to them the purchioter must look for^an abstract of title, and from them the as^seto^ti^ent of taxes Is mule. It la, then, es^^sential that they should he complete and so^indexed as to show readily the ownerKuip^of every piece of such property. In Montana^tl.e*^e records are kt-pt in each county by^an officer known an the county clerk aid^rcmi.lrr. TtkS laws ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 January 1889

IIKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT tieirma, Mont., Jan. 27, l-*9 PcaUSNID KvfKT MoaJtiaw Bl^^pt MoMDAl nMPmiomro* one, ruitiWi^ PUBLICATIONOfflO^ BKOADWAY rMIMOf St liS* hiption JliyHubatrlhars, *iy carrier per noath|1 ^* ByMall i*r year^ jni'i v i d^ and ^^^^ Am stands^Weekly, per year $31 U^i trrn ial I'Aricit Of MOVMM *A'/ LEWISASh t LAHKK i'itl'NTT. TheINDEPlNDtNT hat a larger dally circula^^tion than any nawipaiMr between 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ether two dally papers publlthad In Montana,^it hat no press room secrets, lit subscription^oooks ara open lo inspection, and it la alwayt^raady to prove that ttt circulation la ai repre-^^ an tad Enteredat tha PostorTice at Helena at second*^tlaat mattar THECZARINA.^A rocerit ^11h patch to tfi-' New York^TritmiiH |iur|Mirtiiiic to Ite from St. MOT^biirtf Mtatwl that the wife of Czar AIM* ali'liTHI- ha'l ItrCUIUH lllrtHlie 111 POIIrW- (jupiinpof the nervous Mtraiii to which^nI.i' has long heen nuhjec...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOMEREMINISCENCE AParty ,of Old Timers Meet and^Talk over Men They Knew in^the Early Days. MR.JOHNS OF HELENA. ANewspaper Man With a Penchant^for Headlines and a Desire to Bilk^f verybody-John W. Mackey's^Generosity to a Helenaite. Aparty of old-timers were chatting^about early days yeatrrday, relating anw^dotes about men who formerly lived in^Helena, and occasionally some one would^tell a story about some one who had grown^grey in Last Chance gulch. Therewas that fellow Johns,^ said^Hugh MrQuaid. He was a newspaper^man and one of the most improvident indi^^viduals you ever met. He was a bright^enough fellow, but It waa bin delight t^^^beat somebody. He was a great rustler^around the camp, and found out every^^thing that was goiug on. but it was a hard^matter to get him to stay long enough in^the office to write It up. He would come^dashing in, tit down at his desk and dash^off six or eight glaring headlines ami then^rush out of the office. In an hour or so ...

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. — 27 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT WOMENOF THE DAY. ANew York Heiress Ab^ut to Marry^^ German Baron Secures H*r^Property to Herself. conceitedhusbands. Countess Walderftee, an American^Who Mas Great Power in Ger^^many A Fable for^Young Wives NewYork Herald: Haron Otnent /^*^!^lit/, an offim m the firman army, will^mn.i Nad to tht aMar an Am* lii an iMBfSSI^ami tx-auty, Miss 0sffsw4aS CariHM*h^ii^K'h)m^ vnlt, of thin rity. Miss Koowv* It in^thr daughter oH hurl*-* V. K*rf*s*-\clt, who^ilinl in IKS'!, anil a vmutl daughter ol the^Ut** JawMI L K^Him v^'lt, w ho wait for many^y*-ar* a jimIk*- ti UM ^SSfftfM court of thin city. Mikh I.^^^ ^^ h*h -j.*-ijt SMjMjflf h t time ahroad. Mir met the Itaron in Parisand thrre he * i an^1 won her. .Slit* sp*ns* (ierman and M*v*-ral other lan^MMMt, and that mad** mat torst*aai**rflSf^Um* haron, whoa^* Kntlnh la somewhat^broken. lint M Koo***ve|t Is* ( rd In^chancery, and Immiiic only nlm te. n , ^trs of^MMtfcstMn the t-yenof the law, still an^Infant. '1 her* l...

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. — 27 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. JOHNBRIGHT'S HOME GossipAbout the Sturdy English^Liberal and His Sons and^Daughters, DIVIDED BY POLITICS. ScorchingWit of the Elder Bright-^Hit Aversion to Work-^Religious Be^^liefs. UrightoD,England, Corrva pon donee |^Among the many liondooers whu have^come down to this beautiful watering place^to eaeaue lUv hideous fog of London, is^William I^atham Bright, one of John^UrLffhl's sons. ^Will^ Urluht, as he is^universally known,is what Irishmen would^call the ^broth of a boy.^ He seldom^speak* in the house, or Indeed out of it;^but he is nevertheless well known and^highly respected. He has little resem^^blance, either mentally or physl ally.to his^illustrious father, except that he has^a keen wit The wit, however, li of a less^seorrhintf character than that of his fa^^ther, who in the days of his full^strength was never witty without scorch^^ing like sulphuric arid. For Instance: At^more than one period of his political career^he has been compelled to desist...

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. — 27 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. GERMANY'SALLY. Prince Bismarck Declares Thai^Prussia * Colonizing Plans Shall^Accord With England. GOINGHAND IN HAND. Despitethe Premier's Earnestness the^Reichstag Appoints a Committee^to Consider the East^Africa Bill. Bam.in,Jan. Urt. After the dtaoaaajasj^to s%l ri irlisiAK lo day tlx- Kant Africa hill^wan pafaffsd to a conniittee of twentymo**^mt-itJit r- L'lidVr urgency the bill will Ih*^r^i*irt**^l ami n-ad a ntvoud tun** on Tuts-^dry. Tht* mtwrt-st in to day's o^l^au- i*fn-^tered In the njHM-oh of I'rin^ IfUmarck,^which waa itcllvfrwl with unusual aulma^tlon ami iinmiHtakahlr carrifstufsa. the^cbanrellor sahl lit* could not undertake to^be reaponmitli- for every.hlnjf, and that^aoiuethiiiK muat Ih* left to the officials Kent^then- to nettle atTaiM. ^Touafefcsf the^(jiiehtion of the tMmition we take toward^loreiicii avwafa/1 he Maid, ^1 ean only aay we haveproceeded and ever nhall i^ ii aolelyin MMawsaW with KtitflaiMl. the^gr**ateHt colonial i ^^ ^^ r...

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 January 1889

4. TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABRBAST OFTHE TIMS3. ** PUBLIC UBKua^HELENA, firm ThaOnly MORNIN Q ++ NBWSPAPBR ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Divingall the Newsof the World Daily. VOL.30--NO. 47 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1889. FIVECENTS Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAOUIHt, . . . ^ Managa- SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY. TheUreat ind Emotional Hoclety Ac;raaa, MissRose Osborne Supportedby her own company of metro^^politan artiau Mondayand Tuesday Evenings, Productionot the (treat Powerful Drama, CELEBRATEDCASE. WEDNESDAYami thursday, VALER1 K , \\rlitcnaiprvMly r atisaoahorae by rardou. I'anal1 ^rlc#* Hal* of a* at* bsgin* Saturday at Pop*a O Connor * ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Law MASONICTEHToB, IIBLENA, at. t. MASSENABULLAKD, Attorneyaod Oounaelor at Law, UKLENA,^ ^ MONTANA Willprnrtlc^ In ail marts of record to the Ter^rltory. Offlos In Oold Block. R.G. DAVIES, 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. — 29 January 1889

MM THEINDEPENDENT Helen*. Mont.. Jhu. 5^ft, LStfl KcaunaauBvbbt atoawiae Bum Mmrdat-^INDEPENDENT PUB 0Q^ pfBLIhllEKH. PLBUCAT.OWOfflCBS, broadway TERMSOF Sl'BSt HirTlON JttySuhecrllmra, *y carrier, pel month|1 00 ByMall^per re^r^ ^ JnTrain*, t wwilwyiindBi**! itendi 2,^Weakly, per yearP omclAl*PATEH Of MONTANA AND^LEWIS ASt^ \ UBfl MMtt* ThaINDEPENDEN T BBS a largar dally elrf uU-^nen than any nawtpapar MMMM end^^ortiand and a i*'**' circulation than any^^l*ar two a* ^ ^ ip^r^ published in Montana^n hat no VMM ro#m McrtU, l^ tubacrlptlon^^ook^ ara opan to Intpectlon, and it ^^ alwavi^^aady to prova that itt circulation It at rapra-^tantad Cntaradat tha PpttoSV* at Halana at tacond-^*^*^^ matter. THE8CHOOL LAWS.^Mi ^ f.m-lMU' both iu IIclfiiH ami Mutts^i* deritlwlly In favor of tut* enactment^of a law which ^^hall put the control of^Uu* public schools in IMi of the cities^iiaiiiHl iu tto' hamls ttf a Umrd of trus-^trouslstlng of at li'ii-t one member^from earn ward, ami selected with...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 29 January 1889

ASUNDAY CONFERENCE. HARRISON, ALLISON, CULLOM TheIowa Man Now Placed for the^State Portfolio^Feeling on the^Samoan Affair. IndianapolisJan. 28 -Senators Alli^^son ^nd Cullom arrived hern at noon yea-^urday and were met at the station by^Private Secretary llalforrl ani taken at^ODCfltoUen. Harrison's liouae and inched^with him. A prolonged consultation fol^^lowed, .Senator Oilloiu leaving; at 5 o'clock^for the hotel and Senator Allison remain^^ing, At the general's. It Is understood they^CAUie here on InvitAtiou, hut About the ob^^ject of the visit, there are in Any opinions^Allison's remaining over it taken as An^evidence that he Is to go Into the cabinet,^and that the remainder of Ms stay will be^di voted t o m diM lesion u^ otni r on m^bers. There is a feeling here that it is the^state and not the treasury department he^Is to occupy. (Jen. Harrison was reticent^as ever when seeu. And simply said he had^nothing to give out. While there is no^doubt the cabinet t|ut*^tl^w was conside...

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 January 1889

*m*. THELEGISLATURE. TheMembers Refreshed After Three^Days of Rest at Home Return to^Their Ardnous Labors. NEEDA MINE INSPECTOR TheGovernor Suggest* That a Com^pelent Man Should Be Appointed.^^ 8everal Bills Introduced and^Other Business Transacted. A(t r thrw Mays of rest hoth houeee of^the leiriiilatur*- Ml ^^ nt**r^U^ with MM of^thi'uifintHTS Mill atwnt. ImvUiK b*'**n de^^layed hy train* not th'iniz on time or by the^alowuew of th^ ir owu IftSM EtEffi* It wae^thought that Hunt'* gangling bill would^coiue up id the council, ami in com* quence^there wa^a larc-i 'l't'y ^I alternated aure^thing u\ru work aw the cuunril, eiplaining^what a ilaiiKt-ripiin pM faro wan and how^iBDoeent other device* for ensnaring the^unwary were, but the lull waa not railed^up ana the auape-nse Mill rontinuea. The^bounty Hi wa* referred to the committee^on agriculture manufacture* and mining^in the house. A bill to prevent fining in^tbe aftsaouri and Yellowstone rivers waa^Introduced. The tfoveruor's mean...

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 January 1889

TheBest Local Hews Reports;^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABREAST oFTHE T'MES. wwaanorana sawJ 1M Mural Th Only MORNING++ NEWSPAPER I3T HELENA ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Givingall th Newsof the World Daily. VOL.30--NO. 48 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1889. FIVECENTS rKi ll.i K iiadiii, Preet.mil ^ieo. Mgr. sll imiimn, tesc'ysad Trees PntilicSampling: Co. iWiffnnifBts^f Off Solifilfd. iplea^ f eevli l^^t eubnillted to lie dlfffiHiitttawellcre uil the Ore ^ ^U to tbe^highest Bidder. WRITEKOk TERMS.^City nmrfl ^t Second National Hank. TelephoneNo 71. HsmplingWorks m Norther Pacific ud Mod^tans Centrsi HflMtf junction Telephone SOB TakeMotor Une wwt. Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAOUtRt, . . . ^ Manager SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY * '[':,-^ .r.-s' sod Bmotlooal Society At tees. MissRose Osborne Nupportetiby her own company of metro^^politan srtlei* Mondayand Tuesday Evenings, Productionot the dreel Powerful Dre...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena. Mont., Jan. :k^, i'th.i.hf.) Kviht Mokmsm Inm MiikijaT. iNIBriNl^KNT IHJB CO., Hl'BLIbHKKh. PwBUCAT.OKOFPU 1, BKOAHWAV HySuberribare, carrier, [*r month$1 JW ByMail-per year: OnTrains, t nesrsboye and nf*e standsnrte leTaakJy,i*r yearWm OFFICIALPAPKH ^ h M^STASA ASl*^LEWIS AMD ^ I.Atikt ( ^I STY. heINDEPtNDtN T hat ft ^^r4^r dally clrtol.-^Hon lhan any ntwlPlP*' between St Paul and^Portland and ^ larger circulation than any^^ibar two daily pspert publlehad in Montana^^t hat no pr^ti room secrate; Its tuhtcription^aooktart optn to impaction, and It la al^avt^^eady to prove that ^tt circulation It at rapra-^tantad Enteredat tha Poatofnca al Malana at second-^^ lata matter. WHITNEYAND BAYARD^The indication* art* that a i!irta^rt*#^-^niftit tuts sprung up in the cabinet of^NmMmI Cleveland over the ptUff^whlrh should be pursued In the matter^uf (ieriuau intervention in the affairs of^Hanma. Tie dispatches printed in the^iMiKl'i.MtKM of Sunday tfaw- evidence,^in fac...

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 January 1889

CONVICTFISH IN LUCK HIS SENTENCED COMMUTED. InView of the Arguments Brought to^Bear, President Cleveland Hit^Mercyonthe Ex-President. Washington,Jan. 2y.-Th^- president^has commuted the sentence of -lame* I).^Xlsb, formerly president of the Marine^National Dank of New York, who was con^^victed In April, 1KH5, of misapplying the^funds of that hank and smiem-ed June 27,^1885, to ten years luiprUouimut in the state^prison at Auburn, N. Y., up^u the first^count of the Indictment, with the state^^ment that Judgment for a like punishment^wilt be entered upon conviction had under^ten other counts of thtM Indictment. The^president's nndorseinfut in the case is as^follow*: ^This convict is tftf years of age.^Prior to hit conviction he was trusted and^respected by all who knew him, and^all his dealings and Intercourse^with his fellow men, both in business and^social lite, had been such as to secure their^confidence and esterm. In the view 1 take^of the application for bis pardon, there is^no ...

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 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. MeasuresFiercely Fought in Both^Houses. Calling Forth Consid^^erable Good. HUNTSGAMBLING BILL. ItComes Up in the Council Before the^Committee of the Whole and En^^gender* a Lively Debate-^Progress Reported. Th*council Mai kMaW tranMrted con^^siderable bfjatjaw feefafAafi a num^^ber of MlafJpaMtai t.^ ttal third reading,^lioth braiK lit's of t! ^ ieai*lature w^*nt into^into committees of the whole to MMMSf^bills, in the EMM HiaMfl bill to traim^fer certain m^^n^ ^ * in rounty treaaunea to^the general turn! was dincuaaed at length,^but owing to the ahw^ne^s tif llaakell, au^^thor ot the measure, no action wu taken.^Hunt'* ganihling bill drew a large andi^*in**^to the council chamber, and it* tueaaarei^were diK-uwd pro and con. iilckford ^^f-^teied an amendment, which waa lost by a^tie vote. He also offered another amend^uient winch hampered the pa^M^ge of the^bill and the committee arose ami reported^progress. It will come up again to day. councilwere^wan resumed THECO...

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