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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THI KSDAY HORNING. NOVEMBER 14, L889. 7 BOOTHAND MOII.1KSKA Ol AKKKL. TheArtrr.. Want, to l^e KeleaseU from^HrrrrrM-nl KiiiPMfeiiiriil. NitYoax, N.-t. IX-There io a rumor^afloat that MuJe. MM Modjeska ^^^*r^e tier connection ^itli Mr. IMl^Booth's dramatic company shortly, aiid^that ^h^. will lit an ^MMImMM* m court to^^morrow, aHk.nK tor an accounting and I^relcau* from the contract which hinds her^to the B'h.th-Karrctt organization. The^reasons ^ive^ are that Mine. Modjeska re^^fuses to ii|^|^ ir auy loiter with Itooth. ow-^uiK V' ^hat slv calls his ^uilKcntleuianly^and uticliiviilruus^ conduct toward her.^The paper* in the case are now heiinj pre-^pand ill I buyer's .illice in the Vnndcrbilt Mildiag. IfMine. Modj. hka sum-ids in liaTinu In r^ooutracl annulled. Mr. H.iriett uill l^e the^heaviest lin r. He pay* Modjcaka a salary^of fl.SUi a week and llooth. twice as much.^o^;i,_- to then- enormous nfMM the^coiu|)auv liaa not been able to make any^luolie...

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. — 14 November 1889

I. rttwi^ a 11 v i vnw^jf.v.TOa-.T.% 1'.^.^ EM^ T.^J WUs|VA V MQhSixq, novembeb 14,1881). BILL!ELLIS' SOUR MASH AHelena Mixologist Who Was Taken^in by a Minneapolis^Maid SheLoved Him and Wan Bound^to Have Him at all^EventH si. loi.i of |Ww Mm Hmwmi it.i.l. urn HerIMMl l ^ .nin^l ^!^#^ Tritfli Minn it W *m tiHI |.nl^'. Willmiiih. KIIih in oiii' uf tlie imml dm^KUht^'^l nun on earth. He in wrll-kiniwu^^-a liiirlt-tiilf r. Aliout n iimntli nun tliiif^nrriv.il m Uuleiin. h woman from Mm^iii-u|ioIih hhiiikI Mary \. liriKiiH Sin- took^ruoniH ill the lit'imir limine and ^Hilly^ KIIih^whh a IchI^'i r tln ri alwi. Ill tin- MMM of^human MMM IhiB |^air MMM MQMMMl^Willi ouch otlirr ami tin woman, m tin Ml^moll vertniriilnr of the clay, whh lit MM^^deuil koiii .^ Slit-saw in ^Hilly^ a man^who could n,nk^ In r lift a halo of MppMM whichate had lai n MjfciM for MM than^twenty vciim, for bIic *;ih 11 4^ year old^umiil, if kIm- wax a day, fairly |MMMl in^liMikn mid rather uncouth in inaumr,^^Hilly^ ...

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. — 15 November 1889

flic^rtm V VOL. XXX. NO. 294. HELENA. .ONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS. 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK. MAINnmi, DIDIT KVKK S'l'lKK Vol'^That year by year the habits of People^vary as do the Fashions^ Time was^when about the only chance a man hail^to p| a Suit of Clothing without paying^four prices would be to haggle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue induce the contending parties^to compromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^this system of Onk Pkk k. We have^gone ahead of any of our coni|ietitors.^and mark nil our gissls in I'i.ain Fit;^anas. True there are some of the ^Hon^Much Will You (iive^ class of clothiers^^those relies of barbaric clothing days^^but their day* arc mitnlierotl; ami ere^many moons have MM and gone they^will !^e laiil away and have joined the^silent majority. Huttalking of changes Doutcher^know it is time to change your Overcoat^^Has not this storm suggested to you...

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. — 15 November 1889

2 TIIKDAILY [NDEPENDENTi HELENA. Fill DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15 1889. BIRD.BEAST OR WHAT SailorBill Tells About a Remark^^able Animal Found in the SouthStmt. HeKxpootB to Soil 'In Nondescript^For a Bitf MM in Now^York Mini,if^ MbH af Um siihiiki' iu-^^\.i.. p. 11..' other ii.ill la m Ma Vit like. eye tbu HiirtnufWcntlllT, lllglit llllil 'lav. Mini tWt'lTf MMt.i the notch emotly the trrai^epeim ^nd the blue hli.iiiiut, or juKt^Olhef wayi withe case may I*. Two legs^uncurl mid twi legs doable up. ud the^wntcli ia k)-l fur tbe neit twelve hours. Ii'h^ill lli^' ^hiftinu wittcliex tb it the I ..art f. . .1-.^t'Hi, in^ 11^ mi Hi.'H mill bugs nmt such like,^lli.iiiU'li it i^ getting In have h gteiit love fur Mi_'nrand wmmk tLin^h. Whiskey ha don't curefor. ^it'*H ir^uti^. Kut of a i.. i takai^lifa at if itukad it Ifyoapokaiai awakn hideto have Home fun it only glVM u low iiint.iii.i ruiiNoiit ii kMRi atoaa mmjmi rim^^aleao aide won't pay .my atteaMan aa mat trrwhat y..ii do to it. Whir,tb. ...

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. — 15 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, KIM DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15 1889. BOLDTOM REED IS RICH. TheMaine Congressman Said Not to^be in Politics Solely for^Glory. HeUvea at Morton s Hotel and^Spends Nearly All Hia Sal^^ary for Board iOfcanipluu at |ht ltxIlroiuU .tenia*! mm^VntniciTn Hm ^^^^!) MkIiii- Man wiiuMgMi MakMa TomHeed is the only candidal* for^speaker who is rich enough to afford tiring^Ml riutocritt Morbm's ariHtooratic liotil.^says the Chicago Herald. For the room*^and board of hinmelf and wife Mr. KeeU^will pay something like fcMI a month, i hia^it more than tbree-fifthM of hid salary, but^let nobody imagine Mr. Keed to be a liad^financier or the leant bit thrift lean. He in a^luoney-niakmu Yankee, and baa no hrxi-^tancy alnint declaring that he is not in^politic* for glory alone. If Heed wins the^h|K^akerHhi|i all the railroad corporation*^and the capitalistic classes in general will^be very well satisfied. Heed la somewhat of^a capitalist bimaelf, anil haa Is-en charged^with th...

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. — 15 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FKIDA* MOANING. NOVEMBEB 15, I88i^. THEINDEPENDENT tk.kmso^ m i^M itirnoN . ^^i lly Mail. ^)^^^ Y.-ar Daili.il^ l arrii-r 1'er Mi.utli. !.^ WSUyVOiwYav. ^^^* Heinittauciw^t Hi* ri^k of laaMMWtaaln^iuiwI In nvi'T-i letter i-le-ck. ^r ix^^t^l or hi-^pnw imlnr |.^^alil^ l.i Tl.^- lu.li-iieinleiit rublisti-^liut ' 'omi*ii^. UfV'Tm- aWaMai lim iNMtPENiir.xT ^erv^l^at their liiiniin or plan* nf l^u-iiii'i^^ i au order l^^^ixiflal i-ar.I nr tlim i^li MipkMM N^. ML HaWI^report rw^ nf irn-irnlar aWt*N| proniptl). AcW*rii^^tn^tit^. to iii-nre pmiiipt in^Ttioo.^ahiiuM a* liaaile.1 in l^ dm- I p. aV lie,.-l. | e.inrn im. .Cec- net r.-turuei| nu)i-^n^pwtat,'!' i- UicloMnl. HELENA,MONT, NOV. LLV, IMP, tin.i \i n im im iii.mt. Itil time for the |^-^^|.W- of M' in t ana.^hik) especinlh tlx- InuitHt mid fair^tnimlt'il un-inls-vs of the rt'iiulilican par^ty, to consider Um ai t ioB ^^f the two can-^vassui^ Ismrds durum the reoMt elec^tion in this territory. through MNlrf...

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. — 15 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: SELENA. Fill DAY MOKS1X3. NOVEMBER 15 1889. 5 TEACHERSJN_ SESSION. TheAnnual Institute of Lewis and^Clarke County Teachers^Convenes. What Was Done at the First^Day's Meeting---Interesting^Topics Discussed. To-l^y'^ Programme Rf\. K. I^. Krlwv WritLaataN th-msm ^^^^ ^^^ i. - inn; Milijwl. Tlu twichern of Luis :md Clarke count v.^or a goutl jvirtion of tliem, i^^'t in the Hitfli^^chool room of tlif Central ImiUliiiK ytnter-^day nioriiinK for tlu- pWyaMaf iitt.-iidiiiK^HM annual institi.tf. wlncli but* jiroven nucli^an instructive and inter. ^tiii|^ feature of^the Montana juiblic ncliool HjfKttiu Mid^which aliould bt nttende.1 by hII teHch. rB,^hk it iB for their benefit and enlightenment,^und w.cially a fk amnt event. Theinstitute ^^:.^ called to.,rder hy Minn^Helen Y. Clarke, mid MiM Laura 1M^M^wa^ clioneu wcrct iry. Tli.im-^lio reNiH.nd-^edtothe roll call were: Mr. M. Rillnu,^Flint Creek; Minn Mamie Milliitfli, Knipire:^Louirn- Mau. of Marysville. Minnie II.^l{...

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. — 15 November 1889

6 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, Fit IDA Y MOltNING, NOVEMBEB 16,1880. HERCHECKERED LIFE. TheStrange Story Brought Out By^the Murder of a Washington^Policeman Married to a Widow Whose^Daughter Did Not Know His^Relation to Her law Ualie llurrnw, the Not^-^l south !^^^^-^ggg perulo. LaWfel Keating^JameV It. ^ ^^''t Tn*death .if NMlMMM ^'ri|^l^^. *^^^^w Kh^^! by ^ drunken Mpi M Tueadiiy iikii,iiriii^'h Is iiM'it hu old mmmm *ur- rouiidiiiKtbe liviiof Ml widow und step^daughter. Baji n WHnintik'^^ ili*|i iti'U. H* raising^' * fullJ f^r ^^' wll,ow *',ls ,H-^U^-^hut received ^ wru.un m-t-luirk wlit-n it whm^di-oovcn .1 tliiit for Home tun* tin- wife Imd^be*ii employed in thf war department uu-^dor tin- nuiur of Dt-nig. Investigation de^^veloped the furl tlwit mIic had reoeivedhut^$*^ month from the government and whm hi^atrmteuod circuiiiftiiiices. Thrucoini'M tlie Mtory of her life winch^ha* fieen ^-ailIv rbi ckcrcd. tier maiden^nam* wim Sinitb, and she used to lie wi ll^known mid much ad...

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. — 15 November 1889

THE 2DAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. l'JUDAY MOWNMXH. SOVEMHKB 15, Consumptionof the Metal and^|the Proportion Taken by the^United States. Power in the HandB of a Cana^^dian Company to Make the^Price llth.uI'rolMtblr III Hie Near ,reoiHi^' iKnluv.M|^-..l..^ mm$ N^ w Vhmm-^n^U for ^^ f^ii^uiii|^tlon. 5 .l^^''''^within^niun- |otlie metal trade, the only ini|ier of in^^let rend at the OHM! met tine, of the^Irrtcaii Institute of Mitiinii Kn^inc ^^I thitt ou the Sudhury nickel nnd copper^I ^^.^-. rend hy Dr. Kdwurd I*. 1 ^^ 11 r~.^I who is in charge of tin^ opcrutions of^Cauudinn ('opfier cotupiiiiy, snys the^qAit. The latter title in evidentIv a^inoiner, crowing out of the ignorance of^prehence of nukel in the ore in the early^m of the enterprise. Dr. Tcfi re himself,^fell puper. ear^ fully abstained froin (jiv-^data bcurinK on the commercial Ride^J the question, dealing only w ith hrimd^(laments nud deseript lOM technic,I in^lir chiiracter. M souie data were^[rued from other sources which r...

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. — 15 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBEB 15,1889. GOLDDUST MINE SOLD. AGold Mine in Jefferson County^Goes to Eastern^Capitalists. Confirmationof the Reported Con^^solidation of Two English^Companies O.It A V Miu k In brin M^ l.oul Mm..iit.i.i.i ^ HMktag situation uf theI tippir Market. A1111111111; bhIk which him beenou tin- lapis^(or home MM wiim MMMlM yesterday,^it (h-iiik the wile of the Oold Dun! mine,^aituuti-il in Indian t'ulrli, 1'iu k iuhiiiik dm^trict, Uear the towu uf St. Loins. The wile^wa-. made to h i'oiupitny id Hartford, Conn.,^capitalists tliroOtfh their representative, H.^I, (ireen. Tkl eauli MMMmNN was^$;^l.i^*l and a RmUmMi MMNl uf stock^III DM Corporation wllicli baa made I be pur^^chase. The owners ^f this pro|m-rty have^been Dr. M. W. MlMlttO, T. Ilallen^ami tbev n ci iw-tl llieir money y i-terday.^From all re|k^rlK tbe (iold Dust is a val^^uable pmpeity. It la developed by a '.^^^(out tunnel, in which a number of drifta^and crosscuts bave been dr...

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. — 16 November 1889

vol. xxx. no. 295. helena. montana. SATURDAY morning. november 10. 1889. price.five cents HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK, mainstruct. DIDit i:\t.k BTTKI vor Thatyear l^y your Um swibHi of People^vary a* '1^ the Kiiahiona^ Time whs^MM almut the only chance it Mi Ml^to get ^ Suit of Clothing without paying^four price* would V^ to haggle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^^r fatigue induce the MMJ parties^to compromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^thia system of On Pkm'k We have^MM ahead of any of our MJM1^and mark all our goods in Pi .a is fm^ubks. True there are some of the ^How^Muoh Will Vou (iive^ class of clothiers^^those relics of barbaric clothing days^^but their days are numbered; and ere^many moons have MM and gone they^will be laid away and have joined the^silent majority. Buttalking of changes. Dontc lier^know it is time to change your Overcoat^^Has not this storm suggested to you the^propriety of 1^Hiking at those...

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. — 16 November 1889

2 Till:DAILY lNJ)i:n:\l)i:M-; BELENA. SATUKDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 1^^ 1889. THESTYLE If! FEATHERS. ThePlumage Women Will We.ir on^Their Hats ar.d Bonnets^This Winter Par,manMilliner* Have Decreed^That This Should bo a 'Black'^Your i^ Millinery miPMUmm ^^^^^ MmieI^^^^^^. Hit- BrMMMMttagVim I, IWllM ItiriL^I hut \ l e I sell. Itis just MsMtan now when Dm Mi^MM ii It in nil l.er ylory, MM the New^York Hnli 'in ^^id m|BM site watches^tin-tl\.iio liiii/er-. ^f ,Ih' *^rli,rM Hwiflly^fashioning feminine IssadflMTi Huh in to^be a great year lor d.iilii r.-. Merchant* Mi^^^^futirm mil then iiMinii .11 iii- liglitas IMf thinks of the prolits. It i- the^tail end of tin ir m MM no*. Fashion'slint i'f what li right for the^wintirh.it MM forth iii I'iuih lad- in the spring.1 ^ ^^' Partdwi mMHbw de^^creed tlmt tln^ should Ih-m 'Murk^ year.^So tin- lint of tbi' * ason in ^ rather Monilire^one. Yet for those of gawr tMlt lighter^shades have heeii devised. The motif for^mm ^I 11^ ^ has heeii MS t'lbil...

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. — 16 November 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MOBNING. NOVEMBER IB 1889. SI.L Promiseof a Very Large and Rep.^resentative Gathering of Men^Friendly to Silver. ProminentPeople From All Sec^^tions, Including Congressmen,^to be Present. p.-^UtI'liiwrn On silver ( olimtjr I^ 0|^^of lh^ Fmlurrn^Ao 11* red lug^rrogrnuimt' riniiilawl. HtLorm. Nov. 11.-TUo MMM^of the stutwt Mid territories are^tery Renrriilly eicrcimnK the privi^^lege of appoint inn twt-iity MtgrtN ^^J ^n^equal nninlwr ol iMMMi a^ that a ua-^tionitl reprt-HMitatioii at the Silver conven^^tion id assured. The oounuitte.^ have oor- mtfmkmmfrom different pun* ^f the oonntry.proiuisiui: very IMP attendance^outside, the delegates. K.^r the delicti h at^lariie, there are now IMM ii..,^in.iti..iiH.^Thine are to tie appointed l^y the executive^committee, the authority for whirh wiir^in the iaane of the call. It ^^ then^thought that 100 deli-K^te^ at liiri;.-. would^he all that neceiuiity would he found for.bnt^since then, mi much enthusi...

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. — 16 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SA1UHDAV MOHNING. NOVEMBEH 188U. THEINDEPENDENT HBUUWMMt itil'Tlov llailj.If^ Mail. Hi.^ Year^Dull. H^ i nrriiT. IVr Mmitti Weekly.Oaa Ye*r MAO. LM^;i. uu Hemit tan re* at tli^ rt~k nf sulisrrilier (unit**^iiukie \ii nt^i-terml letter, check, ur |h^^*l^i at bb^^ptwa order |^^al^l^ ' I'll^ ln.l^|tentliiut I'liMinlt-^uut ^ laaBMM tJ|Vn^Mi^ .Wiriu* TilK iMim-KNliaNT serml^^t iheir homes ur |,Uens nf liusinnes can unler liy^[iiMrtaJ r^r.| or throuirh tehiihtnie No. NIO. I'l^'^^e^reis.rt HMMaf ItfBjaM ^|.'livery pri'iii|^tl^. A.lverliitenienN.to insure prompt uutertlitu.^^hrnil I It^ IwW in MMI I'- Mb lt**j(M-t-il pi^iii!iiiiuit'^tioim not returuit.1 unit'**^BaMM - ,.. i.im^.|. BBLEXA,MuN I .. NOV. 10, IHW. now I il I i i ^il WAN W iiiik I It Thehistory of the state MBVaMBMJ iMWtrdhho^H tllllt itr- inouiljcrs lillll ( VI II MBregard fur lavs mid propriety tliim PfMUlill till! il'tloll of till' MH'lllllflh of ili- silver Bom county bawd wfl m sert,and wo do t...

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. — 16 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY HORNING. NOVEMBEB 16 IxsU. 5 THECOUNCIL Ml AT SEA TheCity Fathers Meet to Consider^the Water Contract, but Ac^complish Nothing. Harrisons Vote Secures the Elimi^^nation of the Ordinance^Preamble aluuBlit ll^ luicn Two Aldermen Al'trr^llir Meeting Vitjiiurnril. Htopprd ll i lie M ,l-l..il |special intt'tiiiK of the city council ^iia^Md laat evt ninu (or the consideration of^llie *uti-r oontract \ulli the Coiuuilidntvd^Wutrt MHfMrjr, l'lim-iit ^Mayor Fuller,^Aldermen Lmeli. Brown, Harrison, Dunn,^Kicunrd*. Liamier, Donnelly, Featlierly.^Kleui. Allen and S|ieuo r. I'ttitioimfur sidewalks and croHainK* on^Wiirnu street, ntnmion of water niailiH on^8iitu BYcUiie, and a motion l^y Alderman^Dunn to raise tin-i-idewalk bwM theUold^nnd liailiy Mocks were referred to tile^|^ro|)er committeea. Aldermanll.iinsou moved that tile com^^mittee to which waa referred the report of^the buard of health lie increased from three^to live, and I/icu'h amendment to mak...

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. — 16 November 1889

HIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: 11KLKXA. ^AT*T1M)AY MO UN IX G. NOV EMggB 16, 18S^J. LITTLEMMDS AS COOKS. PhiladelphiaGrammar School Girls^Who Burn Their Fingers^and Have Fun ProspectiveQuaker City Matrons^Tako Their First Lesson in^Scientific Cookery UmUmMmof PmMi ^^^^^^^ MM _.^*' Kit* Im p V.-r^ HmMM^^Mi ^bonl iI.- Ic. failureof innwuliir and nerve power, H* '^tetterx Stdiuftcti Ititt^th im the prune*! aud | moetgenial of remedies. Not only indigea- 1^turn, l^ut loan of Ink, Hp|*tite and llwu |^an- remedied by it. Incipient malaria and^rheumatism are lianialied, and kidney, '^bowel nnd liver complaint removed by it. Theaw of calomel for di ranRt-raenta of^the liver has ruined many a tine ooiiHtita-^tlon. Thow who, for nimilar troubles, have^tried Ayer'H J'illn teat if y to their efficiency^in thoroughly remedying the malady, with-^nt injury to the HVHtein. CLOSINGOUT SALE CHILDREN'S CLOAKS! POSITIVELYFOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AT THEBEE HIVE! Agroup of bright-eyed, pink-cheeked^girls came...

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. — 16 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 16, 7 OLDF NewYork Judges Adopt New Phrases^in Sentencing Criminals to^Death. OneMentions Electricity While^Another DoeB Not Refer^to the Mode. .^*i..'Pvay* BM Mfi-r) i |...n tin si,ui wftht- i iifurlmitf WhuM* ll^.^l^^. - to lie Hurtled. Nowthat l)ur^lar McKlvuine Inis In-en^aenUliced tu ill ath, the judged of Ibis stat^^who at. compelled to naaa sentence under^the law whicli sends murderers out of the^world by electi icity will have Kt ill another^precedent to ft by in the form that may lie^uatd, Kays the New York SSuu. Since the^new law Went into effect the old familiar^wolds that, the doomed mull be ^banned by^tb^ neck unt il he be dead.^ which have been^lifted from time immemorial, of course dis-^apia-ar. Judjjc Clnlds in asutt-iii-iiiK Memiii-^h-r ui Huffulo |MI fprinK to the death pen^^alty was vi : v cir. lul 111 the wordb lie used,^and be wiia ciir.tul to apti-ify that the kill^^ing waa to be by electricity. The statu...

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. — 16 November 1889

THEDAILY 1NDEPENDKXT: HELENA. BATUBDAT MORNING. NOVEMBER 16,1881). THETEACHERS' INSTITUTE Whatthe Young Ideas' Instructors^Talked About at Their Sec-^ond Day s Session InterestingDiscussions on Impor^^tant Topics for the Edifica^^tion of All 4k,.Hlil m Trw lii r IDri hi i he ^^. Iiui.1 nminW^ C^m- uf thr ^ul,J^rl^ ol^M in li II. li^l^v Atthe opening of tb^^ wmviiuI tlaj H tH-wtinii^of the TaarhenT iiihtitute, repgltJM NR^^electt-d frum ttiimlii! tin- ti HrhiTH Riiil MrK.^K.G.YMMWMaalaajad IsJ Tiik Inhitkn-^iiknt. Her r^-|x)rt in hp Mlajaja. Theteachers nf In-wis mid Clarke county^met fur Mffc at !hf Oajajnl m'IhhiI IhiiIcIiiim^at U:3fi a. in., Friday Mfaiag, Hi li-n f,^Clarke m the ilinir. ^ hi MMNl ^f tl^ t ir^dirii'HH ol iiihiit iiu-iiiIm r^ 111^^ institute the h|hIlUlt.' of till' w hhiull llMll iii 1 11 |^^M|I halfan limir. \V^ r ui Imt ^|H-ak uf thi-ni-^Maaiatency of tin tariiinitw of teachers.^Those who fr.iw HiitlniHiaHtio and, is-rhiipt.,^eloquent on tin- subject of punctuali...

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. — 17 November 1889

fttl 1 A%tfe bsl. .ELENA. MONTANA, SUNDAY MOKNINC, NOVEMBER 17. 1889. PRICE,FIVE CENTS 10HIM IN EFFIGY. [ibticansin Harrison s Own State^Show Their Disgust at His^Appointments. Placingof Bad Men in Respon^^sible Positions the Cause^of the Trouble brn^l lli^ UMril ^ l^h. ^^^ ^SMW^^vlllc. In.I.. M^^^ What They Think^^^( I hi- PnbMMb\ uubeurd-of nis'etucle Ml presented^' to-night, says a Jcdersouville, lnd.,^Lhjkjaf Nov. If, of I republican t^k^[ingimenigy of the republican prcst-^. of tbf United States. This aeiisa- ^MMMI wan t he result of univi i - lihyuHtwith tin' pNtlnfi mn hi |uuttir of appointments. Wiit-n signs LLlH diss itisf.lCllOll fll'Kt IllUllifeStcd inclventhe oflicern and members of tho^mm Is-ngne here made baste to defend^lidcnt Harrison from tlu- attacks made^i Ml Conduit. It was urged by tbese^.leiuen Hint such talk from republicans^d but havi' t he MRlpossible effect on^kmrty in general, especially in view of^fact tint Ibi' president bailed frym^huia and should, u^ 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. — 17 November 1889

2 THEDAILY INDEPENDENTi Hklkjta. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17 1889. THEWORLD OF SOCIETY.: 11 PleasantEvent^. Pa^t and Prospect-^ive of Interest to Capital City^People. Successof tlu^ Altar Guild Fair--^Will w^ Have an Irmnsrura-^tion Ball a\SaHkerlat ^! Ia^saaalVmtm lii. ^..in^linn Omk'^ Ftral Deaae Peraaaal fkaaoeiallii n mhI.f Mm later (MM belliul Mr*. I Davis' house, uii KwiBfl^^triit. I.iM ll ni-.l.iv afternoon mid ^\en-^lag, wni a ucnl success in every ^;v. Evi'iMlnii-* idoaa Ulellaalrr Mini w^ii.^tUr mm n !. upforeale wri'i-jip iiv. Mni theyiiuin; I .! ^ - ev, n in .re attractivt- than^thegOO^bI...I fir sale. (In- result beingthat i m rjrtkiai^^^ disrated of, uuJ^not i f^ w ^^' f'iends are the happy |^^-^^wunrn iif artielea which they mn when^their in ib rs drsaaed (hear mid put them^to bed. M - I. : ' v and Miss llershlii Id hudel Blakemid iti^oess, Ibc ali^*^dispose.I ul i^a v.irn !\ id Ii '^Mr-.. I room,mu I I.'^Mian Briar rinii'ii ^ ora v iiixr; tin .it table, Mr-. Jadge in...

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