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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 February 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABRBAST OFTHB TIMES. HELENA ThaOnly MORNINQ++ NBWSPAPSR^That Receives a Telegraphic Report Givingall th Hewsof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 53 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1889. FIVECENTS BPBlili ^ BHMiKN, Pre*,and liea. H*t. - d. * i. ^ i^' R S*^ ud Troao PublicSiplii Co. ftiDsiiruDfotsof In UMhi templesat each M fcubmllted to tho^dlnVrnnt ftaaeltero m i ill* Ore sold to the^blcheot Bidder. WRITEKOK TERMS. Cityofflco at fterood National Hauk.^IWphons No. 71. SamplingWurka at Northers Pacific and Mod^taaa Central raUroad junction TolephoD^ W TakeMotor Unt* w^st. TheHelena UNDERTAKINGCO Haejust received a full line of IMil. Ill IK hi. GOODS! Thetineet ever brought to Helen*. Metaic, Metaltc Lined and Cloth^Covered Caskets, Foradults and children. Lateet design* In^in.ii-- and k*nta robe* and wrappers,^floral wreathe. Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245. Openday and nigh...

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. — 5 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rielena, Mont., Feb. 6, la8W KUSUSBBD BVBBY atoaKlNa llCVPT MdVDAT IHDII'BNUKNTFUB. co., Pl'BLlhUKKS. PJBL1CATIOHOFFICE, BKOADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION MrSubscribers, by carrier, 1*' aiontb . ByMall-par yaar OnTrains, Id newsboys ud n**^ stands^A'aealy, par ys*r tOn .I 00^ftett OFFICIALPAPKR Of MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. Th^ iNOEPENOtN f hat ^ largor dally circula^^tion than any nswsoapsr bstween at. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^other two dally papers published In Montana^it hu no press roor Mcriti, Its .subscription^ara opan to impaction, and It li always^to prove that its circulation H as repre- ontod Cntoradat tha Poatoflnco at Helena at secor.d- lata matter. DISGUSTEDSTALWARTS.^OueltU county. New York, In tvwfntially^the hemp of the stalwart*. It U there^that Roaroel'oiikliriff reeidert, and nearly^every republican In the rouuty wan the^personal champion of the great ( tlcan^during Ml lifetime. Their fealty to Mr.^Conkliug U well ll...

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. — 5 February 1889

*bm ft CATTLEQUARANTINE. Got.Leslie s Proclamation Establish^^ing Quarantine Against Infecti^^ous Cattle Diseases. where fever exists TexasCattle Driven Overland Mutt be^Accompanied by a Veterinary Sur^^geon's Certificate of Health-^Other Provisions. TilKKITouyof Montana,^Exkittivk Okfuk.^Hklbna, Keb. 4, IHht*. Whereas,liy virtue of and pursuant to^an act of th* legislative assembly of the^territory of Montana, entitled ^an act to^suppress and prevent the dissemination of^coutagious and infectious diseases anionic^domestic animals and Texas cattle/' ap^^proved March 10, A. I). 1NH6, It is my duty^when 1 have reason to believe that any^contagious or Infectious disease has be^^come epidemic in certain localities, bv^proclamation, to schedule such localities^and to prohibit the importation from them^of any live stock to this territory, except^under such restrictions aa 1, After consulta^^tion with the territorial veterinarian, may^deem proper; and. Whereas,1 have reason to believe, upo...

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. — 5 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. BothHouses Slow in Getting to Work^and Slower in Transacting the^Business in Hand. A REGISTRATION BILL. MooreIntroduces a Measure in the^House for the Supposed Purifica^^tion of the Ballot Box-Other^Measures Acted Upon. Hutone session of the legislature was^held yeaftrday, and though the houses did^not convene until 2 o'clock, several nviD^Ders were conspicuous by their absence,^having misled their trains. The proceed -^Ings of the house were tame and uninter^^esting, the general desire being to adj .urn.^which wan finally done to the satisfaction^of a majority of the members. The bill re^lating to attachments tn juatlcea courts wss^reconsidered, but was killed for the second^time, and unleas It have as many lives an a^cat, will remain dead. Mr. Moore intro^^duced a registration bill, which will create^aome discussion when It cornea^up in committee of the whole.^The bill prohibiting county cyjn-^missioners from employing additional^counsel unless under certain circum...

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. — 6 February 1889

TheBest Local Sews Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABR3AST 0F~THB TIMES. VOL.30--NO. 54. ThsOnly MGRNINQ++ HHWSPAPBR I3STHEIXNA ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Divineall Uie Newsof the World Dally. _ NA,MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1889, FIVECENTS PHI 11-1 i SSADtS, Prest.^Dil lifD, Ukrr I d. KlMEftTOH, h..) ud Tessa PublicSiik Co. (taifpnentaif Ore Solicited. Samples^ t serb 1st Nubsnllied to the^different iMflMn ku! to* Ore Bold to the^highest BIMrr. WRITEFOR TUMI^City office at Second NallonsU Bank. TelephoneNo 71.^Sampling Worki st Northers i'scisr end Moo tansSentrel railroad Juartloa. Telephone MM.^Take Motor Lid* west. TheHelena UNDERTAKINGCO liesJust received a full line of imh; It iIK1M. goods! Thefluent ever brought to Helens. Meta'ic,Msytalic Lined an J C oth^Coveted Caskets, Koradults end children. Lstest designs In^ladies' end gents' robes end wrappers,^iloral wreaths. Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245. Ope...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 February 1889

r THEINDEPENDENT Helena. Mont., Feb. 6, 1889 t*U*USSBD ITSSY Mi'UNlM* 11 CI FT V - .s .1K ! h. M ^ K n I' TUB. CO., Pl'BUhHKKn, PJBLK ATIOM OPPU1. bnoADWAV TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION *U SuhacrPiors, carrier ;*r month . ByMill i*r yw Trslna,t aswaSors and SSHW aUntls^A'aakly, imr ywr t00 ocla OFFICIALPAPER OF MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COl'NTY. 'heINOEPtNDEN T haa a l^rg^r dally clfXul*-^non than M| nswapapar batwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^athor two daily papara pubiiahod In Montana^n h^i no proas roe^rr^ aocrate, Ita auhacHptlon^^ooaaara opan to Inspection, and It la always^-aady to prove thai ita circulation la at ropre^aantad Enteredat tha PoetofRce at Hatana aa second-^aiaaa matter THEBARD OF BITTER ROOT. TheHitW Koot ralley ha* a |M*tw*s^a i ^ a I. live por^te*H. MM is mors thsu a^mortal ; she i- according to the North^Went Tribune, of Stevensvllle, ^a lltere-^ray heroine of the muse (Mess of the vs.,! ^I-.' It in utttriK that about sucha Mug, ^who se...

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. — 6 February 1889

ONCEWIFE, NOW HUSBAND APHYSICAL TRANSFORMATION. Remarkableand True History of Miss^Elian Burnham, Now Mr. Burn-^ham, of California. Waterloo,Iowa, special: Just before the^civil war there located In the towu of Broil-^head. Win., a Dr. Uurnham, who tame^froiu St Lawrence county, N. Y. Mr^Huraham was at thl* time the happy father^of two children. He was a welt to do^man, betoic b druwctat as well as a pra.--^ttclnic physician, and the fact ol hU being^a physician may lead some to place the^blame of an unfortunate circumstance In^the life of his daughter upon him. Kllen^was a remarkable child, a dark little bru^^nette, ami a sort of torn-boy creature, ex^^traordinarily bright, and possessing pecul^^iar charms for her companions. At an^early age she developed a special adspta-^blllty for music and was placed as ^^*m as^Iter age would permit, in a seminary In^at Hrodhead, her father and friends taking^great intereat in her success, she mnid^became a leader among her women^friends and an...

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. — 6 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheBill Admitting Women to Prac^^tice Law in Montana Courts^Passes the House. CHAMPIONEDBY MURRAY Numerous Ludicrous Amendments^Suggested by the Member* are PromptlyVoted Down by the^Gallant Majority. Thecouncil enj-yed the eloquence of^Mtrtdi. toh. Mlkfafd ^^d lirown when the^hill allowing women to practice law In the^court* t f Montana waa before them. The^house revelfd in Murray's soft. Insinuating^rhetoric and Hunt's witty allusions y*M^T^day when the lull waa being considered in^committer of the whole. Mr. Murray was^the especial champion of the hill and sang^woman's y. ^ ^^ - in notes as dulcet and^sneet-sounding, to feminine ears, at If ant.^a* brown's harmonious numbers when he^stnkm the lyre with his accustomed vehe^Msm Urown empties his words out by^hucketaf ul; Murray looar* the spigot in the^hairt-l containing his mental treacle and^allows the golden drip to glide nottly^into the cups held out for^It; Brown is a mowing machine,^cutting a twtat] f^h^t swat...

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. — 7 February 1889

TheBest Local News Reports. LargestCirculation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^ABREAST OP THS TIMES. FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY. '^^if^y iff Ths Only MORHIHQ+^ NEWSPAPER ThatReceives ^ Telegraphic Report Givingall the Howsof tho World Dally. VOL.30-NO. 55. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. FIVECENTS rut ili.^ iiudim,^i'raes. and Mi B D BlNUKTnN, *t'y aadTrai U.S. CuDsipnrDbof Ore Sslifitfi ft*inpIra^t MNll M MibmHlrd to tb differentKmeltera Ml thS Ore told to tt^^lnghast Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS^Ogf efflca at Second National Hank. TelepboasNo. 71. SamplingWorks bI Nortbera Paclflr BOd Mon^^tana Central railroad juactloa. TelopbonaSOS TakaMotor l.ir . waat. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO. (XKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) ^el CANUNDOUBTEDLY Th.eZETim-esV Li TheHelena UNDERTAKINGCO Hasjust waived a full Una of luonkiu;ww\ Thefinest ever brought to Helena- Metaic,Metahc Lined an C oth^Coveted Caskets, Foradults and cblldran. Lataat daaliras In^ladies' sod teanU' ruitas and wrappers,^flor...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fob. 7, ISM. iTftUMBD KVBMT MOKNlJItt BxtllT MnMIMf. UHMTOPlMtPUE CO., pi blihhekk. PUBLICATIONOKKICi, BKOADWAY TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION.^|M Buh^-rth*r^, ^^y c*rrl^r. i*r montht^ JJ MkllW^r Y+%t . .- nTrtlna, t i iM^wi'my^ ^nd A'kly, u#r y^r^ OFFICIALVA I'KH Of MONTANA ANl^^LEWIS AXl^ * LA MO UUVNTT. Th INDfcPENDEN T hat A larger ^^^ r circula^^tion than any n^w^pap^r balwaan ll Paul and^^ortiand and ^ largar circulation than any^atnar two daily papaya publlahad in Montana^I feM no pr^^i room iacrata, lit aunacriptlon^aookt ara opanto inipactlon, and it H nlwayi^^Mdy to pro** that tta circulation It at rapra-^ton tad Entaradat tha Poatofflca tt Halona as aacord-^^ latt mattar. THECANADIAN BORDER^The condition of affair- alleged to exHt^on the northern frontier in junt what^may b* eipeeled In any raw* where the^boundary roiinintH of an iinaRinary line.^Kven where the ttfiftf Kl marked by a^Mtream of magnitude, a* the Rio iiraude^between the I'nlted Staten an...

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. — 7 February 1889

DEFNING THE ISSUE, BATES ON SAMOAN AFFAIRS. Germany'sRecent Back Down Not ths^End of the Trouble^A* to 8a-^moan Autonomy. Wahiiinuton,Kfb. ft.^^J^o. U. Hates,^late l tiit ^i mhi.s commissioner, tii to^^day asked by an Associated Press reporter^what, in hliopinion,would In- tin- probable^effect upon the policy of our tfovernnjent^ou Prince MMNM recent orders to the^(ierniau cousul at Samoa, and the com^^mander of the German Heel, lie aaid: ^1^do not see why the more recent dispatches^from Germany ihouht affect the attitude of^the Inited States. The proclamation of^martial law and the assumption of the di^^rect administration of affairs in Mmoa by^the German consul, which are now re-^iinrtrd. and have been dineouuteuanced by^Vrlnce Bismarck, but these were not the^grievances or the trouble there which exci^^ted the attention of the residenta and con^^gress. The Interposition of con-^HTv** was Invoked by previous a*c-^greaatons of local German officials^and residents there, their disre...

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. — 7 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. CouncilRefuses to Pass the Bill^Transferring Moneys in Road^and Poor Funds to General LICENSINGENGINEERS. NumerousOther Measures Introduced^ard Discussed -Speaker Mantle^and Representative Murray^Receive Bouquets. ConsiderableMMM was transacts in thecouncil yesterday House bill No. 4.^which provide* for transit rrlng njoneys^Sjajj county road Mi JsmmI fundi to the^general fund wan awswaws* The- bill pro^vida g a comiuiMiouer u^ examine- station-^ar^ engtneem sn^i grsniiUK tfjeui I lewises^was passed. brown introduced a bill^amending section No 1.1^1 off the general^laws, whic h makes it a penalty to leave^dowu bara as wrll sm to leave gates open,^whlcb was ordered printed. The 'nil for^regulating the tttue for certain act* to take^ettt-ct was passed. Among the petition*^presented were one from people of OsM^dm |^ra^in^r t^r a constitutional suiend-^^esjt pmblmUoff the mariutsrture and mm^o^ intoxicating Uosjon; from MIIcm ( ity^a*kit,k' a 'nil In* paused cinning sslu...

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. — 8 February 1889

Thel^4ep#ntonl Is Well roa Mi^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall Or den for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, end Fin*Work of All Kindt FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY,^ENA. TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^ABRBAST OP THS TIMES. VOL.30--NO. 56 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1889. FIVECENTS rBt ILl.K hka MV i'rsei.and im*d. Mgr. g.d soaisrroii,^aac'j u4 Tr*M PileSWiLtlC Co. Uv-'i'iiiMii*if Ore Sol.r.tnl gunplftb| cgrh lot Submitted to lbs^different fcmelters and tin- Ore SSM M ths^Llgjawst Blelder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice it Second National K^uk.^Telephone No. 71. HtmpMn*Works at Northern Pacific wd Moo^tug Castrsl railroad Junction Tslapbons *M TgkeMotor Line weet. TheHelena UNDERTAKINGCO Huj-i-t received t^ full line of IMIUiriMM.MODS! Theflneet ever brought to Helena. Metaic, Metalic Lined an ; C oth^Covered Caskets, Foradults end children. Latest dsslgns Id^ladles' end gents' robes end wrappers,^floral wreaths. Officeand Warerooms 19...

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. — 8 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rleiena, Mout., Fob. 8, l^t-W. CrsutBiDEvan* MosmiMi Ki in INMI' INDEPENDENTPUB. co.. PL'BLlbliKKb. YJBLU-AT on okfu i. ukoadway IKItMSOF SI HSt Itll'Tloy Mybabwrtbere,'^y esrr^r i*r tenth... ByMall -per y^tfliTi!' vtaTrains t i ^StJbboyS *r.d MVt flan la^Weekly, p#r yrir $1)^ .v uu OFFICIALPAPER MaSTANA AM^^LEWIS ASH ^ LAHKK ( ^f.vtt. TheINDEPENDENT **^ ft ^f|V circula^^tion Ih.nftny nftwtpftPftr between Bt Paul and^^ortland and a Urger circulation than any^otaar two oaM* papart published In Montana.^^t hat no pratt room eecrete, Ha tuhacrlptlon^aoohtara ooan to tnepectlon. and It li alwav*^-aadv to prove that ite circulation la at repra-^^on lad Entaradat the PoetonVe at Malana ^^ second-^tiatft matter. STATEHOOD.The roiiffrciicp eowniUtH** of cmiRr***^^m ttiH t.Ttii .ml adnjlNHiou hill ha*^fail*! Ui WHi'h an HKn-e ment. Thin do**^not iiH'swiarily nieiiti that the **^!ihU* will^tinally r^*fu*^ to ajfrw* with the houst*^hii.1 that the hill will fail. The inter^^view ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 February 1889

EUREKAGULCH NUGGETS. PROSPECTING FOR TIN MINES AHunt tor Lynx Which Ended in an^Interesting Encounter With a^Mountain Lion. Krkick a. GviX'H, Jefferson County, M^T.. Keb. 7 ^ |!Si^ecial t*^ the Independent]^^Notlilnff, of special interest bat transpired^In this camp since my last letter to the iff-^NfgMn exrept that work bas been^resumed on the Lsdy Keith mine aud ore^Is being extracted from a lead running east^from the main ihaft Mrs. Leith and^daughter Mamie came in last week to re^^main for the winter. Their advent adds^considerably to the social status of the^camp, and were received with a proper de-^greeof pride and gratttkatiou by the hon^^est ui'ners of Kureka. Mr. Haskell, of^llelena, also came in, but returned on the^following day. He expects to returu soon^and begin the erection of buildings on the^Little Alma property, and also to Improve^the new road by way of Monitor and Ten^Mile to Kimlni. He is a rustler aud will^prove a valuable man in this section. sthkamtin. Ibelie...

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. — 8 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheSubstitute for Hunt s Gambling^Bill Passes the Council With^Two Dissenting Votes. UNIMPORTANTMEASURES Mr.Hunt Receives a Handsome Floral^Tribute from the Silent Majority^^ 8peaker Mantle Again Re^^membered by Friendf. Nothingeventful (ktuithI In either^house yrnterday until th^* substitute for^Hunt's Kamhlinn t-iil cauii* up for consid^^eration Id rum mittt** o| Hie whole. It was^opposed by Kennedy for the reason that he^did hut ronsiuVr ^t titective, In fact he^thought it Would prove to bt* of do bent-tit^v%hate\fi. KssWsatjf wished to t^e excused^from \(^tin*f and MM roundly tw-ratrd by^ltro^n, and other rouncllmen Innlntin^ ii.nt^he should plsre himself upon record. He^voted against the bill aa did lilckford. The^bill pa^ti d and will go to the house thin^morning, whu h will surely pass It, and it^wilt go to the governor lor his signature,^which will nut he long withheld. A num^^ber of other unimportant mean urea were^discussed. Owing to the (set that the joint...

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. — 9 February 1889

TheIndependent le Well Kejolpred torn ves^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall Orders for^Oommerciil Printing, ShowPrinting, ^nd Fin*Work of All Kindt FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY, HELENA ThoBest Local Nswa Rapcrts.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^ABRSAST 07 THS TIM25. VOL.30--NO. 57 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 1889. FIVECENTS rHUI.ll HHAUEM, i'resl.end ' if ii. Mgr. d iMiimn,^8ec^ ud Treas intotsof Off Solifitnl. Sample*^f each lot RubMlllH IS BBS^diflerwni Mmrltere ant lb* Orr e^ Id to tho^highest Hldd.r. WRITEFOR TERMS.^City office mi Second National Rank. J't-Ifp tu^n^ No. 71. samplingWork* et v ,r ^ r , Paclflr and Mon^^tana Central railroad junction. Teleptoae SOS TakeMotur Line west TheHelena UNDERTAKINGCO Hujust received a full lino of ODERTMMJGOODS! Tbefluent ever brought to Helena. Metaic, Metahc Lined an C oth^Ccveted Caskets, Foradulte and children. Latest deehins In^ladies' and genta ro'^e^ nod wrappers,^floral wreaths. Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^...

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. — 9 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Feb. 9. 1^S PuausniDSv^T |NW Bxcirr HMI INlill'BNUESTPUB. CO., Pt'BUMlKKft. PUBLICATIONOPVm BROADWAY TERMSOF SCRSCRIPTION. u^^trt^iere.'^^ carrier, i*r Booth.... ByMall^v*r veer joTrains, t Deweb^^y* w^d newt stands Mtyw fl(^ it(it^5rta $.fti OFFICIALPAI'tR Of MONTANA ANU TheINDtPENDEN I has a larger ^*^^ clrtula-^llon then an* newspaper b^i*^n 81 Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ether two daii^ popart published In Montana.^^ I hat no preas .roem eecrela, Its subscription^eooksare opan to Inspection, and It is always^^eadyto prove that its circulation la at repre-^^antad Entaradat tha Poetorfice at Malana at tacoi d-^t^att matter. ADMISSION. TheBiMiiart k Tribune In a rt'imMlran^paDer, but t hi alitor in Ml h rt-pul.-^ttc^n aw Mm mb who romtltuU* MM^party of that uauie in Montana. Instead^^^f l)injr low in the hope of Miik M*^ Ut^HDHAk into the uni^m l^y crawling under^MM RMMi rather than going noMly Bf^to tlie pat** am! BftBMtUsJ the...

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. — 9 February 1889

IRELAND'SGREAT BATTLE ANOlHER APPEAL FOR AID. Meetingof the League's Executive^Council at Cincinnati^A Rep-^reaentstive Convention. Cikmnn.mi.Keb. s.-Tbe executive^council o( the Irish National League, at a^mating yesterday, passed resolution*^uledgiuK continued support U^ the iriah^people and leaders, and appealing U^ the^An ^ r; ai people (or continued aid tor the^IrUta patriots. Preliminary arrangement*^were made for a convention of Irish In^Philadelphia In July, at which any lrltb^organization ot any i atlon whatever shall^be represented, and ^ consultation held on^some further plan of action. Twenty^thoussud dollars was sent to the Irish^leaders on the other side. Theaddress to the Irish people says that^the tyrant tory government of England ha*^thrown aside the tonus of decency under^whteh it has heretofore veiled its malignity^and now stand* forth the remorseless exe^cutloner oi naked and unblushing des|M^t-^ism, in strange contrast with the just pride^and moderation exhibite...

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. — 9 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. Owingto the L%ek of a Quorum the^Council Holds No Session But^Will fry Again To-Day. AFFAIRSIN THE HOUSE. TheBill Reducing the Rate of Legal^Interest in the Territory Fail* to^Pass BUI Allowing Cities^to Increase Indebtedness. Owingtothn lark of a (junrum In th**^council yesterday, n a*M M session. |l I^eral lui-uibtra lisd been t-irused, and Ihe^committee, hj [^ . r r * - -1 to exaniln** lnU^ the^condition of tlir- p*-nitentiaj^ at l^wr Laslfl^aud the linane as^luuiBt Warm Spring^leaving. Ml hut tew members of the upper^bod) together. The president, however,^nn -I to order at the u^ual tune, and a^motion to adjourn carried. It will met t^again this morning and no through th**^IfM performance. The. house, held a^utiur *^ --inn in the f^^r^'noon and a longer^one in the atternoon. Tim bill reducing^the legal rate of li.tereet from ten to eight^per ci nt was i The hill empowering^rjatfcri SO increase their indi -Medness was^t^\. rahly reported upon and will prohahly^pas...

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