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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 31 January 1889

TheBest Local News Bepcrts*^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^abreast oFtHK timks. Th Only MORHIHQ++ HBWSPAPBR IiTHELENA. ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report divingall the Newsof the World Dally. VOL.30-NO. 49 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1889. FIVECENTS Ithi m i l BRAUKlf, press,ud uen. Mgr. ed iMinuM.^sec'; ud Trass U.S. CuDMirnmfuU^f Ore SslifM. ftauspleeof s^ h lot ftubmltled tu tba iilfTffnt Man rile re end Mai Ore told to the^iiigtiMt Bidder. wkiri pm i nm Cityoffice at Inroad National Hank. TelephoneNo 71 KM, Hr,.' Work* at Nortb*r Pacini ud M.^n^tana s^alrel rslln.ed Junction Teleijboa* fttt TakeMotor Line weet. JOHNMAQUIRE,^ Manager SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY.^The Mrsat and Emotional HocJsty Ar;rea^, MissRose Osborne SupporWdby her own company of metro^^politan artiste Mondayand Tuesday Evenings, Productiont^t the'-rest Powerful Drama, CELEBRATEDCASE. WEDNESDAYAND THURSDAY, VALERIE, Writtenss press! y for ...

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. — 31 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Jan. II, i'MtuHHbuBviit Mumiwrt Ixi-irr Bokmt IUDKI'INDBNTPUB. CO.. Pl BLIbMKlU*. PJHUl'ATlOWOKKirt, BKUADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION XtjSuhacrtbsra, by csrrtsr, i*t month f 1 OJ' ByMsll-prr y+u^ OnTrslnt, 11 nsa-sboys and o^-w. ^lands .arts^Araklj, , t ymrP OFFICIALPAPER OF HoNTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE OU'NTT. Thaindependent MB ^ '^r*^r clrcuU-^ii*n than any niwi^p^r ba!waan 8t Paul and^Portland and a Urgar circulation than any^at bar two dally papara publlahad in Montana,^it haa no praas|rOBm aocrata, ita auhacrlptlon^Books ar* opan to Inspection, and It ta alwav*^raady to prova that Ita circulation la as raprs-^son tad Entaradat tha Poatofflco at Haiana aa aacono-^siaaa mattar. THERACE QUESTION AGAIN.^Senator Johu T. M 'U't'i ^f Alabama,^h^- an ^anay in the February riumt*r of^the Koruni captioned, ^Shall Rafts Ma-^joritlwi KuleV^ which hi proUlily ttin^most outnpokeu article upon the race^question which ban proceeded froai any^ttoutberuer of prominence...

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. — 31 January 1889

BAYARDAND BISMARCK. SOME INTERESTING LE ITERS. GermanyAccuses America o* Aggres^^sions in Samoa, While Our Secre^^tary Declares It is the Other Way. Ualtimobk,Jen. 8^-WsahinKtnn^special to the Sun: ^Of the various docu-^sjeejSj triiu*iultt^d by the prt*sitleut to MB^^gMI explalulng the course of the depart^^ment ot statu lu the Samoa!) coiuplicatiou,^the letter of Prince Bismarck to iiaron Voo^i,edwi: - of the ' i* t 11 'i11 legation of Waah-^inKton in November, 1HM7. sud the reply of^Secretary Hayard tlirodgu Minister lVmll**-^tou in January, 1W*H, are perhaps the most^Interesting as presenting lu a clear and in^terestinK way the respective claims of tier-^many and the I'm ted Metes. Tnuce liis-^marck In his letter refers to the complaint*^before made of the anti Herman attitude^observed by American Consul General St^-^wall during Germany's action against^Malietoa, Bismarck added Germany^had had a similar experience with^the predecessor of bewail, on all occasions^whenever that gov...

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. — 31 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. Hunt'sGambling: Bill Discussed by^the Council and Referred to a^Special Committee. BOUNTIESDISCUSSED TheAct to Allow Women to Practice^Law in th^ Territorial Courts^Ably Championed and Recom^^mended for Pafsaje. TheaMtloORof the lejMsttaffl arts be^^ginning to attract a great ileal of attention,^ami not a day pa*^ei now without there^being In attendance riuuit**rs of ladles and^gentlemen, who aeeoi to take considerable^lntereat In the measures discussed.^It being known that Hunt's ^Mss^^ling bill would come before the^council yesterday, the gal lery and^frery available seat in the body of the^council chamber were tilled. The sections^with their various provisions were dis^^cussed with as much vim as marked the^arguments the day before, and when any^member scored a point for the bill or in^favor of an amendent, he was warmly ap^^plauded. The bill was hnally referred Uj a^special committee of three members. Theafternoon sessions brought out con^^siderable oratory which...

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. — 1 February 1889

TheBest Lccai News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^abrkast oFtHS TIMES. FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY,^HELENA nofprtnVnt. Th.Only MQRHIHQ++ SBWSPAPHR HELENA ThatRewires a Telegraphic leport divingall th. Ncwaof the World Dally. VOL-30--NO. 50 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY L 1889. FIVECENTS M'KIII I I HHAUkS, mi.uJ oaa, Mgr. Ki). lowr-ane*^H^ y ud inn U.S 1C CoDsiTiiDfoU if Ore Stliritd. Mansp Ira I f Met III Submitted to the^^U(TtH^ut Mineltere mil las Ore told to lbs^Ughest Bidder. WRITKFOR TKKMS.^City office at Second Notional Hank TelephoneMo 71. NamnllngWorks at Norther i'aclflr Md Mon^lui mr^i rMir.nl junction Telepbuae ^M. Tak*M..t..r Line west. Kings Opera louse. johnMAOUIRE, . . . ^ Manager SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY.^The Great and Emotional Hoclety Ac;reos, MissRose Osborne Supportedby her own cmnpanj of metro-^polltan artiste. Mondayand Tuesday Evenings, Production^^t th* (treat Powerful Drama, CELEBRATEDCASE...

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. — 1 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fob. I, l^SW. rUBUMlID KvEKV MomNIHH BlCBTT MoMDAT. INDEPENDENTPUB. CO., ITHLIBUKKtt. PUBLICATIONOKKKE, BltOAUWAY TERMSOF St RSt fi//'77^.V MjHut^afrlhara,bTCarrt#r. |*r muntli fl ^[ ByMall 1*1 year^^ ^^^ * OaTraina, to nawebura and n^*^^ iUndi .acw^Weekly, par ye*rP OFFICIALVAVER Of W0TA\9A AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE ' ul'STY. TheINDfcPENDtN I hu a l^rg.r daily circula^^tion than any newepaper between St. Paul and^Portland and a EMS* circulation than any^^tner two daily papara publlehed In Montana^II hat no preeeOoof aecreta; Ita eubacrlpt'^n^a^ooka are op^n M mapoctlon, and l* ia alwaya^raadyto p'f.a *hat lia cumulation la aa re pre^^texted Cntaradat tha Poatomca at Malana aa aacond-^alaaa mat tar THECHIEF-JUSTICESHIP^Prwideut Ovi'lawl aattiMM a ffeiuT-^ouh art In theappolnirjjwit uf a NptMI-^can to the ollice of chief-jUHtU1*1 '^f Mon-^taua. JuJ^eDeciUH S. V\ai1^^ lined* no^introduction either to the people of thw^territory or U^ the dohIUoii on the bench^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 February 1889

THEGREATEST ON EARTH. CCIUR D'ALENE'8 PRODUCERS WhyLack of Transportation Facilities^Prevents an Immense Output^^Some Qood Mines. Wallace,Idaho, Jan. 80. - | Special^Correspond^nc^ of th^ Independent J^^Three years ago 1 went through this coun^^try on the back of a half starved cayu.se,^and ofteut-r than otherwise, enfteoL Then^literally nothing had tM-en done towards^the development of the conntry. The^showing in the inasslve cropings, and In^the few prospect holes, was sufficient to^warrant the prediction then made, that the^.South Fork of the Cu ur d'Alenes was the^comliiR lead camp of the. weaL All that^seemed to be lacking were fartlitie* for^handling aud transporting the ore. Since^then there has been a great deal of devel^^opment work done, and the predictions of^the most sanguine have been more than re^^alized, and now the assertion that it is ''the^greatest lead camp on earth1 * has become^a proverb among the people. With^^ railroad aud dally trains,^stil 1 the great draw b...

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. — 1 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. AMemorial to Congress Asking that^Montana be Admitted to State^^hood Passes the Council. POLITICALDISCUSSION. TheBill Allowing Women to Practice^Law in the Montana CourtsAdopt-^td by the Upper House New^Biltt Introduced Yesterday'sproved infra n,*rkw1 ^y^apolitical dlaeiiulnn In MM MMMM over^BWkford i memorial lu con^reaa praying^the senate to paas the omnibus bill whirh^will admit MitntanatosUtehoiKl.Themenu-^rial waa opposed wholly and solely upon^political grounds but aasoai l^^ Brown,^Kennedy and olds voting with the deme-^rraU. nwpaat\ of Silver Bow, Intro^^duced a bill t^. rejrulat*- corporations,which^provides that they must not retain over 10^per rent of their capital from the year's prof^^its: pro\ ides that the books shall always be^open tor inapt-Him, and names severe pen^^alties. Hatch'* Mil denning the pay of^county treasurers, ilitfhtly amends the old^law. The bill to allow women to practice^law in the courts of Montana passed, Mid^dleton and Kennedy vo...

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. — 2 February 1889

TheBest Lccal Hews Repcrts.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABREAST oFTHE TIMES. FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY, HPLENA Mtltm Th Only MORNINQ++ HSWSPAPBR XKTHELE1TA. ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Olvln all th* Newsof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 51. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1889. FIVECENTS tPHI'lLlB IRAMN, Preat.anil liva. Mgr. K d lOOBST^*, #k^ ud Tr^M U.S CunsiinimfDts^f Ore MirM. ttamplctsfl ml W Rubmllted to the^different Nnelten an 1 st*] Ore * id to tbe^highest Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS^City office k Second National Hank.^Te^pbone No. 71. naraplin,Worki at Nu^th*r ^ Paclflr and Moo-^Una Central railroad junction Tetepctia* SOS.^Take Motor Line west. JOHNMAOUlRt, SixNights, Commencing Monday, Jan. 28th. MATINEESATURDAY.^The (Jreat and Emotional Society Ac;r**s, MissRose Osborne Supportedby her own company of metro^^politan artlata. Mondayand Tuesday Evening's, Productionot the ^*reat Powerful Drama, CELEBRATEDCASE. WEDNESDAYAND THURSDAY, VAL...

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. — 2 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Meleua, Mont., Fob. 2, PvautBiDKvbrt Muaaian BMaSS Monday leHaW^ilWf PUaV CO., PI BLIHHIHH. PUBLICATlOS oFfU'l. bkuauwav ;K/(MS OF svbs^ mption nifSuhecrthere, carrier, i-er aoatb... ByM*ll-per jw urii' ^n Trelna, DfMnbujrt end ^^^*^^^e^kly, per year !H .* uo officialMMI ^^r MO09AM4 4MB lewisand clarke county. TheINDEPENDENT hat a bftPJV dally circula^^tion than any nawapapar between St Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^atbar two daily pepere publlahad In Montana^H hat no proti .roam aacrota; Ita Bunacrtption^^ookiara opan to impaction, and It la alwayt^raady to prove that lit circulation la at repre-^aantad Entaradat tha Poetofnce at Malane aa aacond-^^ I a at mattar. AWEAK DEFENSE,^liy MM proo^*hh of reaaohtiig not in-^telllffiMe to ordinary |M MM Herald,^which haft given the stamp of its approv^^al to the territorial admission bill, ha^^rume to the conclusion that ^wheu it^conies to urging itw adoption on the m*na-^torn, it neither shows prudence ...

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. — 2 February 1889

TOILERSFOR DAILY BREAD WORKINGWOMEN IN THE CITIES. CommissionerWright's Annual Re^^port Showing Their Wages, and^the Number Employed. Washington,Feb. 1.^Cowmissioner^Wrltfbt, of tbe department of labor, haa^submitted a report which relates entirely^to the subject of worklnKwoiurn m the^cities. Three huudred and forty two dis^^tinct Industries in twenty two representa^^tive cities have been investigated. The re^^port shows the worklnKwomen of the^Krest i-ities are practically KirlMhe aver^^age a^e In all the cities twin* T^ years and^7 months. The average period during^which women have been engaged In their^present occupation is shown to he four^^ ears and nine month*. Of IM27 women^involved. Mu are engaged in their first trial^at earainn i heir own living. Of the w hole^number U,I2u are native bom. In foreignIreland Is the most largelyrepn aented aiid Germany is next.^The great majority of the women are mu^gin. Th^^y are not only supporting them^selves, but giving their earnings lar...

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. — 2 February 1889

t a THELEGISLATURE. Councilin Executite Session Con^^firms Nomination of W. E. tul-^len for Attorney-General. A NEW HOUSE RULE, AmendmentAdded to the Bill for tha^Protection of Wild Game - A Num.^ber of Bills Pas. to Third Read^^ing and are Considered. Thelegislator* looked weary yeaterday^and it was an eipreued desire of many^i ^ adjourn until Monday, but as no one^made such a motion sessions will be held^to-day aa usual. Kvldently of the opinion^that the minutes of the house were not^kept In proper *hi|* a motion of Moore to^have them read from the Journal instead of^from slips of paper prevailed. The bill for^.he protection of tfauie waa so amended ait^to make it punishable to kill buffalo or^beaver for the next ten years and mountain^sheep or coats for six years. Haskell in^trodured a bill providing for the creation of^a territorial board of esamlnera. The bill^which provides for the transfer of moneys^from poor and road funds to the general^fund was recommended for passage. The...

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. — 3 February 1889

FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY HELENA VOL.31.- NO 52. HELENC MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY :i, IMS!*. FIVECENTS J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO. (NKXTTO KIKST NATIONAL BANK.) CANUNDOUBTEDLY SHOW Th.eFinest Line FINEFOOTWEAR EverPlaced on Inspection West of New York. All Widths, Stylos and Sizes, WHOLESALEAM) RETAIL. PromptAttention Given to Mail Orders. T.C. POWER ^ CO.. JOBBKKS AMD DKALKKH IN MININGMACHINERY! AgriculturalImplements, JuHtreceived, a large Htock of Bement^Sc Soil's Celebrated M Maine ^ and M Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLE AND STEEL SKLIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage and IHeavy ITeam Harness. OarBlock of fine Carrlagei* and Buggies is the largest and most complete ever^shown in Helemi. Afull line of Mine and Mill Hupplte* embracing Blake Steam Pumps, Bever*^Rubber Co. Mechanical goods, Common Sense Whim, etc., etc. 8er.itfor Circulars and Price J ,lst Steamboat Bloek, eo.ner of Main street^and Helena avenue. O. A8HBY...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 February 1889

HKLIiNADAILY INDEPENDENT. THESOCJALWORLD. AWeek of Pleasure, with Numerous^Dances, Card Parlies, Dinners^and Receptions. DANCINGIN THE COUNTRY AnEngltth-American Literary Society^Formed A War Song Concert^to be Given by Helena^Musical Talent. l.-nitH-tflns late thin yt-ar, but, for all^that, If Him Helena n^ial a-a^^ni lrav^^along, aa it ia dolriK ^r piviwrit, th^* gay* t^^Will bt* rut nti'Tt all lit 'lulrkly. It la to^tbe tM'lle, iurfi it**d with partita, rf t ptioim^ami the hka, to whom Lent noniea Ilk* a^haven of rent in the mad whirl of thn ^^*^clal maHstroru. The evi-riiiitfa not occu^^pied by dancing bave been K'ven over to^card partlen and tbe theatre. Card partien^are tfreatlv favored and very sucrpsaful In^providing Mljnlil companionship for all.^Tbe pro^resmve teas are much liked by^many in other cities, although not Inaiign^rated yet in this city. Tbe seat !^ chaiiK**d^from one table to another with each course^nerved. Vou don't get a chance to hore^your neighbor nor to b...

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. — 3 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT ALLABOUT SAMOA. TheDiplomatic Relations of Germany,^England, the United States and^the Islanders STEINBERGER'SSCHEME. FactsAbout the Archipelago and the^Harbor of Pago-Pago A Locality^for Which Nature Hat^Done Much. NewYork Sun: The civil war now^going on tn the samnan ArchlpWaKo.ivhk'l)^ha* caused tin* hunylng of our naval re^^ ni. r-. i:m ,,t - to Apia, finds Iu origin in a^much mix- -i historiral struitKlt' for the^I kingship IwtwH n leading families of the^Islands. '1 tin most int..I uit... account* of^this diiputc though they arc not fully In^accord, art* ti^ be found in the report of the^Urttiah acting high commissioner, John H.^Thurston, mailt* from Suva, Fiji, ^^^^*. I^1HMK, t.. Mr. Stanhope, aud that of Special^AK**nt ^ leor^e II Hate*, of Delaware, made^to Mr. Ha^ard forty day*i ago. Thetreaty, between tlie 1'uited State*^and Samoa, signed at Washington Jan.^1K7H, by SecreUry W. M. Kvarta on our^part, waa also signed by Mk. l*^ Mantra,^ma secretary ...

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. — 3 February 1889

IIKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., IWfc 3, ibr-w fVIIJIHIU K* tm MoKNIHW III IPT MoMItAV QI0BPSIIOMTPUnV 00^ fciimiM. PUBL1CATON OKPICS, BROAI^WAY TKHMSor SUBSCRIPTION JUy- . ^- i'.yr^ *^y - errter , -r month . ByMali :--r .-if OnTrelna, t nowt'Hyi end MM il^n^li^Waekly, per MHf t' orruiM.MMI Of Montana and LKWISANb t i.Allh'E COUNTY. XnmINOtPtNUtNT has * larS^r dally circula^^tion than any newspaper batwaen Bt Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^athar two dally papers publlahad In Montana^h h|| no praaa ro^m Merit!, III Subscription aooktara opan to inapactlon, and it la always^raady to prova thai ita circulation la aa repra-^^anlad Intaradat tna Poatofflca at Halana aa eecond-^stees mattar SLYORQANI8 F S^A few paltering republican papers In^^arlotH parti of the territory a*Mert that^the 'i. in r : ^ prt'rw haw not printed and^dare not print the Hpeerh of Delegate^Toole on the h'lnihnloii of the t#*rrlt**ri^delivered In Nigral on .Ian !^'^. It 1...

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. — 3 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. NHNERALWEALTH. TheReported Rich Strike in the San^Francisco Believed to Be True^by Mining Experts beforeth#^ Judge who reservwt his derision^until to-Diorruw. I: -^ plaintiff simply^wants t-^ establish her right to the prem-^ises, while I .f nun holds double rent for the^nous* which he will give to the one losiug^he cue, ISCAREFULLY GUARDED. OtherMines Which Show Up Well-^Development Work in the Perk^Mine Warrant a Reincorpora^^tion of the Company. Anguslie Donald it over from Philips^birg, and with reference to the reported^strike in the ^an Francisco, said he had^every reason to believe that a valuable^strike was wade in a drift in the five hun^^dred fiHjt level. While lie was not in the^mine to * limine it, a privilege accorded t ^^no outnlder, he wss ihown certificates^giving the siisay results of the new strike.^It showed $120 in gold and from twenty to^seventy ounces in silver. From a miner^who had been discharged froLi the San^Francisco s couple of da...

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. — 3 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOMEMEN OE NOTE. TheNewly-Elected Senator from Min^^nesota-^Von Molike. Germany's^Ancient Warrior. AGERMAN PRINCE'S FAD. Howan Editor Interviewed the Czar^Peculiarities of Colquitt, of^G^ orgia Ben Butler^as He la. WaaljirijrtniiSpecial tn the Louiavtlle^Courier Journal: The i-ltTtiou of ex Con^pHMMM W. 1^. Washburn to the I mu-^l^Stat* h senate from Mirmi sots m ^.a -^forward again another prominrnt punlie^charted r who it waa *upooM*^l had h en^Joat by the new life and U\***\ inject* d into^the reptihluart party. Washburn i-omeg^from the t eh hrHteil Washburn family,^which originated in Maine ami han npr^ a^1^iff ' over varum* Ntatea throughout the^union, all of them to-ronilng more or lean^pmininent In polltica. There were four^w a^ h bu r n * la etaaffiaM at the huho* tim^% allotwhom were from the shim-family.^There .-. ,i- \V. S. Waalihurn, of MasHachu^aetln, who whh the sucressor of (barb**^Sumner in the aenate; Kllhu If. Wash-^bun.e. raff % numher of ...

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. — 3 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. WOMENOFTHE DAY. AnAmerican Countess Visiting Her^Father^Recollections of One^Who Saw N^polson. HER TELEGRAPH CODE. EnglishBarmaids' Peculiarities Un^^sophisticated Ballet Dancers-^Independence of Fair^Boston ians. Washingtonletter t^ Baltimore Ameri^^can: The presence of the Countess Lanza^In Washington, now here with her three^young children on a visit to her father, the^eminent physician, Dr. William A. Hum^monri, tevives the romantic story of her^marriage some years ago. Count Lanza^left Italy and osute to this country to pur-^aue his career as a mining engineer. Alter^various vicissitudes the count found him^^self one tint* morning completely stranded^^a stranger in a strange laud, without^friends or even ar^|iialntauces to^homhe^could turn in the direst emergency of his^life. Completely pennileM, it chanced^that at this juncture the opportunity of^^fered of obtaining a place aa waiter at l^el-^monico's. As a drowning man grappa at a^straw, the unfortuna...

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. — 3 February 1889

HELENADAILY 1XDEPENUEN1 THELEGISLATURE. ShortSessions Held, but Important^Business Transacted by the^Uneasy Members ANEW GAMBLING BILL TheCouncil Measure Has the Re^ttnction* in the Hunt Bill, and^Adds Sections Necessary to^Make a Binding Law. The1 f|t I * I aU^r* att**r^d^Ml strictly to Muri^^nes* 'luriliK the tomttl ^**SSion, hut were^rather almtrartwl In !:.^^ aft'-rinHdi, some of^them fearful, perhaps, ,*-\ they should^mint the train* whl^*b would convey them^to their families. Ad early adjiuriniienr,^however, righted matters, and the city will^be practically deserted until Monday. The^council ciiiiiiiiitlee to whicll was referred^Hunt'* tfainhliriK hill reported it hack with^uuineroiia amendtueiitaaod it was thought^better to report It att a new hill, which **^^done, and it wan referred to the printing^comiiiitud- Kiefctord's h|i|. which make*^some rn ! i chaniten in the present i1 l ^^nient law, was recommended for parootKe Thehill authorizing justices of the i^^ act^^io art a...

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