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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 8, Lam. THEMINES Of MORTM ;Tue caae has been taken before the sniirerue^I curt. and in pending h decision. A K**rd^, a i Sharon HpriitRs is MM Progressand Development of the^Great Industry in Deer^Lodge County Whatis Being Done In the Oro^Flno and Little Blackfoot^Districts TUsRelly Mia* unit Smelter at Argent*^Temporarily In ih. Sheriffs^Possession. HewNorth Went: The Southern Croaa^eompnuy have taken nn ei|;ht nionthH' lease^of the new Siilton Cameron ten-stamp mill^at Georgetown, itnd liiKt week the Htainpa^began dropping ou ore from the Southern^Crosa mine, in which there ih said to be an^almoat unlimited supply of koikI ore in^tight. The ore at pr ^-^ :it beiuK milli'd will^run from to $lt^ per ton. Itin recent strike in the Keystone ih turn^ing out lictter than nt lirsi mipponed. 1'rva-^ident Si^arkmun tiH^k a number of specimens^to Kutte for uasa^ last week and the returna^ranged from 3ii to Ml ounces. Two veins,^one ruu...

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 December 1889

8 THEDAILY LNDiu KNDKNTi IIhiJ-NA. Tl KSDAY MOKN'WC;. DK( KMHKI. I, 1889. i LIVEPOLITICAL TOPICS. The Schemeto Seat Watson is^Laughed at as a Bluff by^Sensible Men. MDemocratic and Republican^Senators to Meet for a So^^cial Discussion a^..^e) Wlory |.^-I'nuiliil*t^^ WaiMin^Nothing I^^^^^- ''J *^ ^' Tfc^xjxwnrr of ttit- republican oouspir^aey to organiw Of,,v H^ ^t'I^K Wat. oniiiHttud of McSamarH created aoiue-^ahinR of a imltm in political circled yes^^terday. Dlininrr ruliculed a plot ho^audacious ami ^llfcaii ^',u ri-puhlicana who^an** that it *a- mult r e.ni*idi rution won^^dered how the affair ever ant out. No one^^a* prepared t.^^;i\ Hi^1 Im^pknmnt'h^acoount of it mm Ujtafai but a truthful^detail of a deep laid ajtaaana, It demoral^^ised the ohi. f uonajiiialiWa who had hoped^^o iprinii the plot ^Hl'^^' wurniuK. Unit^notice of the ^-..n mi: blurt hhotild l^e (riven^waa entirely onelpeoted. fta ^ republican^remarked Mil rdlT, it will huve the effect^of taking tie wuiil out of th...

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. — 4 December 1889

flicmi ena VOL.XXX. NO. 312. HELEN/v -ANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4. 1889. TEN PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIER.ST. LOUIS BLOCK. MAINstrut. SOMEdI the PLEADINGFOR A VERDICT TaioringfrHt^rmty seem to take excep^^tions to our remarks in former adver^^tisement*. Now, we hBve only tins^much U^ say: We ^lo not wish to take^the bread from the mouth of buy per^^son who is ^chasing the nimble six^pene*.^ but we have no BiMilogies to^make for any remarks we hare Mala^and beraby announce we are willing ami^anxious to prove to anyone desirous ^f^proof that our Tailor Made Clothing,^for Style ami Kit. are ahead of any of the^productions of the merchant tailors!^who charge for good work and turn out^a class of work inferior in 11, inferior in^in style, inferior in all points that go to^make a nobby, well-fitting and good wearing su it of clothea. Sorry .very sorry.^Gentlemen, to tread upon your corns, butyou know we state the truth. Amongthe noTelties of this week's^arrivals, of two...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY ItOKNING, DECEMBEB.4 1889. GUILTYOR TheStory of an Old Crime Recalled^By the Death ot a Convict. IfHis Dyin^ stutemont Was True^This Mtiti Was Unjustly Convictod. TkePsasls ^ I** , n^ Baaa Ia.liii ' W lilrh l-e^,l IS a^t rim*- HoweM ir^ a'^ the town of NtMNMtla,^EiikIhiiiI. ^ t* ihoaksi by the MNMMI ^f^I hMIlllli i . .' i' ^. auppoM-d In liavr Iim-ii^^SJfallSllll 1'T ' M^NPlM ^H ^ l*t-^ImofMorsUtJ b| the ouiuinmiity. The^man whs Archibald Holain. the iirtuarj ^f^thfNi ^' sill SatiBgs bauk, who wa* tried^for the tuorctrl ul ^ *-l**rk. one of in- milior^diuHtoa in Ihr !)^^*. At tbi- trial which re^^sulted It-lm ^ i- convicted of nriiiHliiUKti^ter amilit I MMW to Australia. It I^recently'^'''^.'r. ^I to a Ki-iitlemaii tatracej^np Holan^- aiaUM^ i^ the colony to which^he was tr.,ti-|^^'l'^l. ai^l a lady to whom^the expat n a'i il i^ 11 *eeiua to have been in- j^debted for ^.iiioii^ aindneeiaeH t'livo an ac- |^oount of lii- Par* r and furnished a d...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4 18^s^). 3 HEFOUND BILL STOLTZ. TheExperiences of Capt Jenks, ^^Pension Examiner, in North^Carolinia. TreatedLike a Prince by the Lead^^ing Moonshiner of^Them All. TfceM^^iHmlnwr-^ l.lea of I MMM ^ ^^^^^I In- I ^^^ to Wliuli He^^^ut It CsptK. M J^ i.k- wboae Quaker tram^in^ did not prevent Uiui from m^IW tbe^^rmy when the call for volunteers ouiue tu^'61, iiM. siuoe tue dime of Ha war, lieen ^^the (roverniuent servic^ hm m iieiiHi.m t-isui m*r.auys ^^e Nt,w York Kur' He w ^ tB^'^Krayl^eard^l man, with the air of a soldier^about uim. I met him a few day* a^o. just^as he bad returned from a trip to N^rtb^Carolina. Ibavejiuit been down amoiiK the moon^^shiner* .^f the North Carolina nioutiUiii*.^^he said, ^and th.y are peculiar Ml of folks,^I tell vou. It took considerable headwork^for me to pi the information 1 wanted^after I reached my base of ourriitions. I^had left the railroad and ridden on Iioim-^back aome twenty mile* ov...

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. — 4 December 1889

1HE DAILY INDEPENDENT.HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4 18801 THEINDEPENDENT TKKMs 01 ^^ !^^^^ MM ^^N lyitnr-hnliiiK SiitnUy1 Pff ^'^^'^^jr (iorliiiiiiur SomUj1 ^i^ nnnitli Dailviuwlwfin* 8uiuU) laws raoataa^D^il^ raclmlin* Nniul*) i^t W* ^^Daily ivxrliKluu: HuiuUg i-r must*^Ifcily, hy currier i.Tw-k 7 imw^Weekly ii^ ^lv^ii.v ^^ ^ l^'r ^^^^ Iiu m uu 75^j uu HamiUxnom^t DM lUk ^f nulwcrilxT unless^ausle t^y r^,^~-'ir''II'liec*. or (sisUil or t'i pw onWr i^)n''!' ' 1 lii'lo|^'U^li-ut Pulilisli-^iug t'^ini|*uy. i*IVr^Ki^ I^i-i -' rn^ Imdepixdkxt w^r^^l^^t their humm nrof barioaw csn or-lor hy (HMMali^r.l nr Uu II ^^l^t'li^tl^ Ha. Mb PImm^report .^^^^- .^f n'^- 'Wimy promptly. AdwtinMiwii'-.'^ 1mm prompt iunertinL.^^houll !^' N^ I' in bstoH s p. in. hVjert^,l MMMU'^( rwtiiruwl nule^*^(wlw is iucli~^l. HELENA,MONT., DK t. MM Tin.^^MASK Thepmidcnl' message plainly sIiowb^the etfc I ^f 11'' late elections. Mr.^Harrison Im- Lcanl from Ohio, Iowa^and Massachusetts ami In- advocates^tarif...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4 1889. 5 THESURVEY ORDERED. The St. Louis Mining Company^Scores a Point Against the^Montana Company. JudgeHunt Grants the Petition^for a Survey of the Drum^Lummon. .... - .11^ i.i I'oinU of tlic^II ii..i. .I D.mii ^i^lcnUl^|m il In follow. OpinionAn km- latMMlt lint^BM survey ^if^in itfiraltnt'i Judt- Hunt bunded down hu opinion^esterday Kraut inn t hi- petition of St^I.kiuhi MiuiiiK Mi Milium coiupany for a^survey of the audi Wound working ^^! tin-^Drum Luiuuiou mini'. This ia ootiaidi red^the first victory for the St. Louis company^its it is the itruuudwork for a bin I.iwmuiI^thiit may follow, if, after the survey^made, it is found tlint the Moutnim coin^pany tus been eitnu-tiiiK ore from the Ik^liouia lode. Lawyer Culhn, counael for th^^Montana company, will take an app. M to^the aupreiue court, so it ia not yet certain^that the aurvey will be made. Mp Hunt^KranUd the order on the ground that the^testimony introduced prov...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 December 1889

fHEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOKN1NG. DECEMBER- 4,1889. W.G.GOODING, (,oininision Mcn-liant. Oram, Provisions, Railroad and^Mining Stocks. ,,,,n marain. ,oiinectina us witli eastern Grainand Pi '^^^*^^ h^n^hl and wM In CM ^fia'iir...viIn^ '^^^fl^ p*^** in *^rk^either ft Si-^ dire ^.'.'.alatt,given t^ nut of town orders. jaCtastfai^^M^^M^ -^ur l-aird. ODUMD rUOOM of HOLD HIAK'K. Ha):!^Iw^'^^-'^^ M'^^*^*- WAMTBDPKMALR. rT*n iilBLM VOI i.KNKKAL Hol'SK-^^ork is ritjr or country. Apply at t 'apital Bl, m triBce, ttl u^w^t bbSsC DKMARQUEPBOOf KMVIIIV.S MOHAN s^ft Mill-paiunVs. Hentle^s an.l ntMn al ' *'- kin*1 ffastbarif'*, I,LD HTABL18HKDBAKBKB SHOP I HBAP.^V/ Enquire of Mathwaon A Steele. BOOKHOHSK I I'UKiHT KNtilNK AND^r tivi- horse imwer boiler, with ini^-tor. for^^ale. Band *e n^w. Apply to A. K. lerk^^.^lioceman. irnvr-cLAH tB-HOMMssrown auto- '^ni^iir enaine; will lx-h.iKI.at a liarsaiu. tji-^qnire at tlii^ iittire. |OLD^ llEBt'KNT-HHAPKN Allr-PIN. THK^^ finder will !^^ ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPEN DENT: nELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4. itsm, 7 THEBRAZILIAN EXAMPLE Neighbors to the North Biding^Their Time to Cast OITthe^English Yoke. TheFrench Canadians Have Many^Reason* For Desiring to Out^Loose Just Now MH|I rbe ^ on i. .1. i Ion of Australia h^Ta*^nl ^^ If l.i.i. i n.iient Hit- Km^Mate. In hurnpe. TheHl)H.irdly tnine ^revolution^ in HrHZil^uihj very likely have determined h iiiiinl^er^of French ('tiuadiiui papeM to take this ^rj-^caaioii for declaring m fuvor of h Ciinndiitn^republic. The ntiiiieiit i^ favor of kucIi a^republic hint n deeper nnd more remote^origin. The French republic MM NMWtj^^till be called an ei|ieriiiieiit. and France,^and not Eu^,lnnd, is the country to which^the French ('aimdiana look a^ a model for^their political iuMitutioim as well it* for^thciritoci.il custom*. Moreover, the main^political object of the French t'uii.tdmiis ia^lo reduce liritish inllnence in the affairs of^the Dominion to iu lowest powtible ternm.^The vice ro...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEDAILYUNDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBEB 4, lss'j. LATEPOLITICAL NOTES. TheHouse Discusses and Amends^the Report of the Commit^^tee on Rules. TheRumored Conference of Sen^^ators from Both Sides Did^Not Occur. Hon t*. * Cteril Hhk ^ Wont to ^sv aixmiiths PtmMmM taMN mmHi. MHMV ^lll*stlon. couldtone nptliillBfH little and put some^color into ttie u'^^ii^t..1 aspect t^y put turn up^n few flairs on tin- will- Ah *k,^ Hh,,lllM^idea struck Imu (M didn't WW^ti, Kent .me ^^( tin men ^^ for^smneof the ImntiULv ThetWs werel(r^u^Ut.^but the captain nuicliided l^' would^ ^ driipr^the walls just then. I he trouble was tlml^Hewed on tlie rlai!H were those familiar caii-^vhh streamers which float in tbe .r.ezes^Miout oampiiiu'ti times bearint^ tbe l.-^euu,^^KeputiliranCluh.^ A ipssHiatnred 1111111^who was tnkuiK it all in KUoKest*d to the^captain that it was all rijjht. anyway-that^no democrat would Wick. The captain says^he will inm the walla any way. and will | y,.Mt^ rdav^hunt up som...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 December 1889

PARTSECOND ThePresident s Report of the Opera-^tions of the National Govern^^ment the Past Year. TheCountry s Foreign Relations and^Recommendations for the^Guidance of Congress. SecretaryWindom s Financial Pol^^icy and the Need of Tariff Re^^vision Touched Upon. ThePresidents Position on the^Bilver Coinage Question Past^Finding Out Hin1^'1 rwttey Uafrlattoa ^oajE'Stsd WMMMiIN* ^^ -I^ ilf *^ **^^morning h message froiu Hit- bona* was pre-^^^Hi, iiuiiouiu iun 11^- oruiiiii/11 ^ii of Hud^body. I dniuiids, on I he pint of 1 !^^^ join!^committee to vv .it ^^n thcpresideut.reisirted^that it h;id iK-rf r-ii'd tlmt duty, mid had^Ik-. ii informed !^^^ the presid. nt *he^w..uid communicate with ili^- Ihwm kj messageimmediately. TLcii-u|*^n tl^' ^i','rt-^sagc (MMMM president was announced.and^the secretary ^f 'li^' MMtt pMMM I^^Hti it- Thereading of tin- message was con^^cluded ut Iff*. It was listened to with Hp-^isxrently close attention by the senators ^n^Is.th sides of the chumls-i. Ah one...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 December 1889

10 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOKXiyG. DECEMBER 4.1880 thechief *Ml uawMfcWW that the work^of the corps o^ its military aide haa been de^^teriorating. TheI'onlal Servlee.^The report cif the postinuater-general not^only exhibits t^^' operation of the .hjiart-^ment for tin^ li-e I year hot contains itiunt^valuable wu'l-'-i ^'^^'^ f^r improvement mid^extension of I hi service, ajfcjnh an- ma-^mended to yir att, ntioii. Soother branch^of the govemnu at ba^ to cloaely a contact^with the lail] of the |^hm,I. . IM^^very on. Mes Uu service it oil- ; - .n.lneiy^honr gained in the MHMWM ol the t;rt .it^commercial BiaiN la an act mil ami |^o^^itive value^in tnid.^ing of oni^of the mailt Newfork, which lota recently bean aoeorn^^pliahed . . in incidant worthy ol mention^Hut plan mmteated ol a anpurviaion ol Um^^HlottoM iu - pirate dnttrn ts that ahall^invoht insti 'toil and tugt.'f el ion mid^rating ol ifhcieon of the ntuauawaum^would, I nav^ no doubt. greatly intpaoTi^the service....

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 December 1889

flitSc ^*tul Insentient. VOL.XXX- NO. 313. HL MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5. 1889. price. five cents HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTREET. OurDelegates Asked Him Not to^Vote for Tom Reed for^Speaker SHEot the HOIII Tailoringfraternity seem to take excep^^tion! to our remarks in former adver^^tisements. Now. M have only this^muohtoaay: We do not wish to take^the bread from the mouth of nny per^^son who m 'Vliasing the niinhle six^pence,^ but we have no B|xilngi^e to^make for any remark* we hare ma^ie^and hereby announce we are willing ami^anxious to prove |0 anyone desirous of^proof that our Tailor Made Clothing^for Style and Kit are ahead of any ot tlie^productione of the merchant tailors!^who oharge for good work and turn out^a class of work inferior in 11, inferior in^in atyle, inferior in nil |^oints that go to^nak^ a nobby, well tit tintr and good^wearing au it of clothe*. Korry.very sorry,^Oeatlcmen, to tread ii|^on your coma, butyou know we state the truth. Amo...

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 December 1889

AiOIiNIXfi.DECEMBER 5 1889. M.GERIS IN THE FIELD. The FightBetween the Wolverine^and the President for the^Prize in 1892 Harrisons Purpose to Deetroy the^Michigand.-! Likely to Cause^the Hooaier'a Defeat Al*rrPSMWlt*^^! ^nuliheil '^ ninMrml^^ ''^^^ Hl^ '*^11*11, Hi, ..iiitnit tireater Kiunifrom On-^'ld Loyiin guard. Uaum's^appointment nmy have lieen wormwood to^tln^ lllin.iih wllHtoin, I'Ul t^ the Mii'liiKMM nrcsKlelltllllcatlll'illltl II ^M liltltT llllM-H. BetweenCiiuiuirmioiier Uaum's influence^anion:; UN L pi IlWlll for u wound^term, and Al^t*r'rt iidinitted atrencth. I^should miai,'itie lliat It^tut Shell.) fol^^ium's pr'Siilelltml h'xnn would need ^^blanket to keep it from i-..tel. 111 ^ a chill^riKbt in liU own Htatf. s,,,miu ii for General Alger's soldier sup^^port aa I lie anti-llamaon candidate. It^will come to the front a^ain when the two^propoait ions an made in roOfNM to nivea-^tigttuMr. luiinei's ncord in the |^en^tioii^oltice. One pro|ioHitioii will he made in the^int...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ^ 1839. 3 OUetlOFTOWtAW. U . XMW of Africa, and wft. flrat^Koulitl *ear Qullo. Thepotato i^ one of the moot important^^f cultivated ,^lm.tH. and in un.v, rwl cnlti-^va,i,.^ in letuper.* part* of the ^lob^, aaya^the American Uural U^we. It ia a native^of mountain diaticta of tropical and Mfr^tropical America, probably from Ml to^Mexioo. but there in some ^iueation a^ to^where it in really indinenouH. Humboldt^doubted if it had ever been found truly^wild, but itubaequent trav.-l.rn of hi(lh^HOientific reputation eipreaa themwlvea^thoroughly aatiHfWd. Mair.e and potato**^are the two pM ^^ftH which America^han (liven to the real of the world. Thepotato has been cultivated in America^and ita tubera uaed for ..*^) from tm.ealoiiK^ant,nor to the diacovery of Aiue ^ by^EuropeaiiH. It aeeuiH o have be i. first^brought to Europe by the h^^,,^r^i^S^,he ue.k.|.borl,o.Kl o. yuit.. in the^oeiiturv No more important event of ^a^ki d ha-ever ...

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 December 1889

I THEDAILY INDEPENDENT* IMKXA. THUH8DAY MOKNING. DECEMBEB 5,1888. THEINDEPENDENT imuu^r ^' UPTIOM Dailj(lnrhi^liiui - ia^ l^ ^^^r ,^D^ly (inclu.lnu ^ .! laj ^^ mouthy^Daily (lacluilirai h ' lhrM^ ^'^^^h'^BaUjr taxi-1 ml urn Sun.l^) i |*'r ^.^r^Dally isirlii.liiu.- !^ in ' l^'r mouth^KB*, t^^^ ^^^rn. i I' r *.-^'^. ^ issiuw Waekljla mItu.;.^ v* ranr. 10Hi 1in 2Ml^V Ul *I 'ii ltswittatiMii' ' rlab MMBMMM unlmw^aaarla by mciibwl lartae. check, or ptwtal ur H^^pi ^ in 1 i | i. ' ' I'^* ln,li'|isnili^ut l'ultiisli-^lag i ^^1111 ^j ^. * HJ~IVrs.ui .1^i'. ^ ^ ' ^^ Indkp^Ku^ni si-rvisi^at Uiair li^ra^a or (.lin-es of Imniumm can order l^)^pontil ,., |'. N'pliiine Nn. nm. Phm raaortoai^ ^f lrr^c^Ja^ tlalivari pn^ru|.tl^. fcaMBBMaaMts.^^^ ^u^oi^ prompt iDxriii.n.^MMWlJ dh han I -1 ia bafafl 8 p. m. IC I i'.i'ium Qi^t rs^Mruisl uuless Dostiw*if iii.l..^ I- HELENA,Ml 'NT., DK.lt, MM, Tillt ^MUUI l^. Therapublioai conspirators who are^Belieuiin.' to -''''I K*B wilt* ill thu Ukitl'iSI.I 'itf ll\ ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 December 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMHEB 5 1880. LIVEPOLITICAL TOPICS. TheHouse Goes Into a Committee of^the Whole and Discusses^Rules TheSenators, Tired of Idleness, Are^Discussing Rules for the^Future I'ber*I* Nil ^ liange In the Actual Situation^Mr. Walluai Ilciiieiiiherf.il br^lll^ ( ollcaguea. Littlewhm June by tin- liouae ^^l reiireaeii^^ itivea yeateriliiy. At the morning neiwiou fterthe routine of opcniun. ^^u motion o(^Mr. Houhd. the limine retmlved itaclf into h^^^ .uiiuittec of the whole for the further con-^adoration of the retairt of the ooiumittee inrules. At the request of the ripeukcr.Mr.^Toole took the eluiir. A HeKMioti of two^hour* followed, when the comiuittc ^ arose^.in J the botue resumed with the speaker iu^the chiiir. riininuan Toole recommended^tbe adoption of the rules as amended, and^asked for further time to make a re]^ort. On^motion of Mr. Frank, the resolution of Mr.^Couily, relating to the Silver How matter,^was made a so cial order for...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 December 1889

mEDAILY INDEPENDENT: i.r._.j__- 4_, TI1UKSDAY MOUNING. DECEMBEB 5188a TilMAKKKTS. HTtsIts. Leadn,.min^I: .l^^'^^^-' ^*^* Th-reMM I^m. MV_M_Mi ^^ sticks to-day. M^,he tunc of d'*n..^ ^..tron,M yeater- Z T(ll^ M! hMN ^^ *^ lU^ however, n ___4__fM,_tcf_--M__- MMMMMMi^boltt..s^,.^.^^..^ fmm ti'^' *^ ^*rk' ,...... i^,t ev*~i^t^ s tsftirae. which a,sn j^wa^ ^;^ ,^,^.. B the close wa. rather^^t^^^l'-l'^^ ^ '- ., ;,^.(hin^ under ope...n^^^1*7. i..mt..liillst.dst._lv.^prijw. ^.^'^^^^^^i.ni^.,,,,1 moved boor;it then l.-, ^n,^^Bm*M)S ' .^.-i.-lilynntiltlM.rW.wbirh^was weak '^, -4. 127; 4H^. IM'V. North-^k ^ rVvTaT.s, iWj^-prova. ' ^ -^'Vrl.~i4. Prima 4 Csttle llerelpta.^^terra *2.^*4.4u; stinkers - TfXM rattle. $I.4U*^-SO. '..,.i; mk; mixed. ^(.:^^^^v l^^avT, ^S.S0^^3.;i. simim; natives,MwMj Texan*.J3.uotj4.Jd. OTAtiKHOITE. IX.ISd HOO.) Hl-8INB^.^^ for sale cheap, with complete outfit, telle^Montana Employment A*cuc^. Miin *tr.*d. f.^,t^i^f Broadway. KTX'HDvQRMOHAN'S^^l MM at I M- dkrawji-raup...

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. — 5 December 1889

CONNECTICUTHEN lit HowTwo Farmers, Once Friends,^Were Made Enemies by an^Unwise Measure. ASlaughter of Domestic Fowls^Which FuruiBhed a Woman^Pin Money ,,.^.,. Meplten Make. * Fool of ^MMMM^Every !^^}' for Two Week^--Wain-^Inic to I ^ ^ Maker*. ADanbury iCouu. | correspondent of the^New York Sun write*: Thai peculiar Leu^law punned by the lust legislature at Hart^lord has hud h disastrous etlect on a wi ll^kuowu Danbury farmer'h hennery, and haH lusedtbe dissolution of ties of friendship^w.nob. have existed since the two farmer*^were boys and founbt to escort the name^Hirl home from sinKiii^ whool. Darius and^Stephen are the front naiuea of the two for^^mer frienda. Stephenis a man who devotes bin time to^raising garden truck. After the h. u bill^became a law last June he had a held of^tine aweet corn, which was column ling^uioely. Hens would pi into it, however,^and one afternoon he found a MMJt p.itch^of the coin ruined. Keiuriiiun to Ml home^he took down liis shotgun, loaded it a...

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. — 5 December 1889

THEDAILY 1MJIM KNDKNT: HliLEXA, THUHSDAV MOUSING. DECEMBEB 5 L889 MERRYWEDDING BELLS. Marriageof Popular Helena People^at St. Peter's Church Last^Evening. Twoof the Prettiest Weddings^Rver Celebrated in the Cap^^ital City Ihr ChftMiiiriK (ootunii* al TheirMaid- iniM^^I'roin r ii. nd ... t'reaeata Ifany one ex-t r qti.-t '.n. d the fact that^Ik Peter^ a church la inMli t^H^ mnnll, rep-^II^lUnit aa it tloeK tin oolf plaoe of wor^^ship for the very larp- l^^*ly of EpiaeopHl-^inna in Helena, tlmr ilouhta ouuld hiive^been Mail^ art at ri^t bf a nliDii^^^-^into the church lit *:W la*t ni^ht. xx li. n^Mikh Bodora Houirrw and Mihh Liczii^Flowerree wm raapectWalf united in holy^wedlock to Mi K. W. Knight, Jr.. and Mr.^William Wallace Jr., by the Hit. F. T.^Webb. Ifgawfllfa tka ^innilBlri hour for the^ceremony. ^^ p. ^ ^ tkm (M not a Tacaiit^^eat to he obtained. and shortly after (i^Etandiuu room area DomU not be Imd.^Within the church th^ noena waa a btilUaal^one, for iikuIi from tin fai t t...

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