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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 February 1889

Theludapaudaul U Well ^^inls^r*d worn rmB^^PROMPT EXECUTION ofall Oruars fur^Oommircltl Printing, Show Printing, and Fin*Work of All Kindt Tk INDEPENDENT IU Ike AssociatedPress Dispatches, Ce/itI^o^il ifas/ji fjefort*,^A Labokr CiRcuianoN than asty^other two dally papers Id Montana. Rjj nnwjiiaW as an ADVKRtlSING^m K111 i m , VOL.30--NO. 62 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1889 FIVECENTS GRAND HIEBAIL! Toba glvon undar tha direction of tha HarmoniaGesang Verein MSui\w go MITT.] MARCH I, 1889, ATTUl AssemblyHall. OOMM1TTBK OF AKHAMulHKNT^. LootsHUUbracbt, llsrman Rlcblar, Jaoob Look cummittiio* ISVITATION. TU. llalnsctimidt, H^cry M I'lrrkm, Mlka^Ratals; OOMMimkom SUS^US, B.U. VcIoUrt, t*a^^ B. Boo*, 11. F. C. Klela-^whml.lt, i B J acq u^ mill, K Kuphal. 91*OB OOMSmTBB Jall at Kahn, Herman Rlthttr, B Leopold, Vf^Kaatltr, U. Voaa. TICKETS,S3. T-1ba oblaioad only at Loab ^ Bros, ttora. ~HELENA TURNVEREIN, ON Monday Evening, Feb 18th, WILLGIVE A MasqueradeBall, AT...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Feb. 15, 1*8^. [MlfimifHUB. OOw'UBLMIM PUBLICATIONOFNCS, BKUAUWAV tkrmsof subscription XtjSubscribers, by carrier. pM month.. ByNell- I** :ll'Jil' OnTrains, 11 oewshoys end n^**^^WhsbJj, jH^r yw t- .11 uu^Sett^|^ (ii orrtciALpa MM or MOWsigJ eU^^Lifi in i laau cocm. fheINDEPt NDt N r has ^ iMgV dallw circula^^tion than any ns^sest*' b*tween Bt Paul and^^ortland and a lerger circulation than any^^Ibar two del^^ P*P^^ publiahad in Montana^it has no proaa roam eecrs|s. Itt auhttrlptlon^^ookaara opan to impaction, and it la always^raadv to pro*e (hat Itt circulation (^ at rsprs^ssnted Entaradat tha Postomcs at Maiana aa aacord-^alaaa mattar. MamMm nt*w (Menu organ ef the in^^coming administration out to bt*.^al*^. the organ of what it* reporter. Vu^gulfed In the dreamy whirl,^ felirlUmniy^terms ^the fair but fickle BMefcM of the^HubHtratum nociety ^ THEcouncil and BMM of reprerienta-^tivee appear to be getting into a tangle^over their renpective gambling hi...

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 February 1889

* CASEOF PATRICK MOLLOY. 8TORYOF A SOLICITOR'S CLERK ASpy of the Time* Reveala the Math^odft Pursued to Make That Paper'*^Charges Hold. Lokdoh,Keb. H.-The hearing tn th*^case of Patrick Molloy, charged with hav^^ing U*tiflfd falsely before the rarnell^commission, was to day resumed tu Bow^street police court Walker, man-^aging clerk for a Dublin solicitor, testified^the London Times employed him to collect^evidence. He had an interview with Mol^^loy, wb3, after much preaslng, stated he^bad Joined the Fenian hrotherhood when^10 years of age. The members found they^were pledged to engage In secret efforts^agaimt the government and couvey arms^for the purposes of the brotherhood. He,^himself, had handed arms to Michael^Fagan, an Invincible, afterwards hanged^At a meeting of the Invincible* the mur^der of Jndge Lawson was discussed. Patr^rick Kgan was preaetit, and upon leaving^wrapped himself up In a big cloak to dis^gulRe himiielf. Kgan alw^ attended the lat^ter meetinK, at which the ...

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 February 1889

* THELEGISLATURE BothBranches of the Legislature Not^as Harmonious as They Should^be on Questions. CouncilTable* the Amended Memor^ial to Congress Relative to the^Fort Ellis Reservation. The^ nillirir* snt-.tlluL- for lluiil t ^i*m^bllng Hill KIlltMl In *h^- IIuum*^m ^f^ itMi sprung. ItIs guite evident that the council and^tb^* house are envious of each other and^that a pet nieiflure of either body must not^be tampered with hy the other, else there^will be a vigorous opposition raised. The^memorial nriKinatinir In the council ad^dresned tit Hon. J. K. Toole went to the^house and when It came back for con-^currenct- it ^^^^ promptly laid upon the^tatile. When the council subtttltute for the^Hunt gitnhltng hill came up liefnre the^bouae a ready substitute prrpitnsj B] tli^^ways and luean* coiiimlttet* was nyrnuu^and ilinouwd, iKimrtnK the MMxBCil IVb^Btitiitf. I tie house, it Is said, f^-ar^ that it^would not have sufficient honor reflected^upon it If it had ^ onmder^*d the courn iJ^s...

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 February 1889

Ihe Independent la Weil fcqii IP i 'd FOR THI PROMPTEXECUTION Ofail urdara (or^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kind* VOL.30--NO. 63 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1889. The-INDEPENDENT has Ah* AssociatedPress Dispatches, fleetI^o^I tfewe' f{eport^^A Labgkr Circulation than any^other two dally papers to Montana. Itis anMruled as an ADVERTISING^MK1HCM. FIVECENTS GRAND imBALL! Tobo (Ivan undir tha direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein -iv..v. so MITT.] MARCH I, 1889, ATTBI .AssemblyMall. c Mmirik OF AHHAMuBIIKHTt. Louielllllehrecht, barman Kkhtar, J snob Lo^ aSJaVMS*^^ iBvrfiTtop.^T U RlelnecbmlJt, Henry M Fercass, Mike OOmttTTBEOM BASICS. Hi) MrIntlr*. ^^^* K. Boo-, II. F. C. Klein-^aclualdt, 0 u. Jncuu*mln, K. Kuphal TVOK (Vlllltfl JoiluaKehn, Herman Kichter. B Leopold, n.^beefier, O. VoeS. TICKETS,S3. Tobe obtained only at Loah ^ Bros ^tor*. HELENA TURNVEREIN, ON Monday Evening, Feb 18th, WILLoivs a Gkretio-cL MasqueradeBall, ATTUK A...

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 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT eleua, Mout.. Feb. 16, lfb9. ,'ru..ih^.' IT1BT MU^JI1B^ IXCBfT MoWDAT MUKBNDBNrpub. CO.. PUBLlhHIKh. PJBUCATiUMOPPICi, 1jkoauway TKRMSof SUBSCRIPTION Ity8^t^acrlbara, by carrier, par month$1 JJ| OnTratna, 11 fcOWIfl and M^^Waakly, i*r j^tp w OFFICIALPAPER ^^F MONTANA AND^LtWIS AND CLARK* CoVSTT. rh INDEPENDENT hill llfpf dally clreulav^lion lhanany nawwapar fcatwaan St Paul and^Portland and a laffV circulation than any^ttbar two dally paoara publlthad In Montana^H nu no pratt roomaacrati, Ita tubtcrlptlon^^ookiara opan to impaction, and It It always^r*odv to prova that Ita circulation la at rapra-^^antad Cntaradat tha Poatotnca at M*t^na a^ aa-.ond-^^laa* ^ att*r Ami-Buinki.-Mha^ uln-ady cropped^out in the republican rnnlEH, and ei^I'oMtmatitPMteijeral lUttori, who 1h now^editor of the Wanhiiigton M| 1h leading^the tighting againm the magnetic Htaten-^man'n appointment to a caMnet position^by lieu. Harrlton. TiiKruling ^^f the general land oflice^in the caae of Clark ...

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 February 1889

GRANDJOE WILL NOT TELL WHISKY FOR THE FLATHEADS An Indian Who Stood Punishment^Rather Than Tell Where He Ob^^tains Hit Supply of Rum. ir-iM. T., Feb. 12.-[Special^Correspondence of the Independent 1^^The Indian police at the Flathead reser^^vation got ^ pointer the other night that a^member of the tribe weut to Missoula for a^supply of whiskey, and when the west^bound train arrived at Arlee the Indian po^^lice arrested the suspected man* who^proved to be (irand Joe, who had a gallon^juff of whiskey with him. Joe was taken^by the police to Chief Arlee's house aud In^^terrogated as to where he purchased the tire^water, but the Indian refused to Inform^upon tb^i man who sold him the whiskey,^preferring^ to go to the Indian Jail and^serving out a term in prison, or to receive^from fifty to one i.undr ^i lashes rattur^than testify against the whiskey veuder.^The Indian police have taken the matter in^hand and are determined not to rest until^they find evidence to prosecute dealers who^se...

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 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE ADull Uninteresting Session Held by^the Council Which Finds it Dif^^ficult to Keep Awake. TheCouncil Substitute for Hunt's^Gambling Bill Killed in the House^and Hunt's Bill Passed. A*^rK^oii of I.eWlj In tlif IImiim* riO^^^-*l^\\ hllc IMm uoxIiik l'n^|MiM*d^Mllilin Itlll. Theprocewltnjr* of th^* council MM not^snfflrlHUtly lnvlv fBBBMiayta awaken en-^tliuMaam even in the tufiuberi who hail an^opportunity to itaftlf their oratory. The^gallery VM^tsaffHi, llMBBaft read Id a^tired voice, Mm j.r^ M'1**rit looked boreal and^the Hi em her* ha^l hard work to keep them-^aelvHn troiu nappintc. It wn different in^th^* hointe. 'I'hey had a gay time. They^paMed a iramtdina bill which In really the^original Hunt gaiiihlinic bill. The militia^btll BftBM up before the rouiinitb e of the^whole with J'aviA in the chair, and a mon^^key and parrot time wan had while It waa^under diaciiMlon. Amotion to adjourn to^Morula) afternoon waa loat by one vote^an^l it i^doutitful whether a ijuoru...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 February 1889

VOL.31.-NOCA HELENA, lONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17, 1889. FIVECENTS J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO. (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) CAN TtLe UNDOUBTEDLYSHOW FinestLine OF FINEFOOTWEAR Everl'lacwi on Inspection West of New York. .All Widths, Styles and Sizes, WHOLESALEAND RETAIL. PromptAttention Given to Mail Orders. T.C.POWER ^ CO., JOBBIKS AND DK Kb MININGMACHINERY TOOLEEXPLAINS. OurDelegate Expounds to an ^Inde^^pendent' Representative the Ad-^mission Bill's Features. AgriculturalImplements JuHtreceived, a large stock of Bement^ Son's Celebrated ^ Maine M and ^ Brown H BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLt AND STEEL SKLIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage etixci IHeavy [T eam Harness. Ourstock of 0ne Carriage* and Buggies 1h the largest and most couplets etei^shown In Helena. _ Afull line of Ulne and Mill supplies embracing Blake Steam Pumps, Revere^Rubber Co. Mechutiieal goods. Common Beuae Whim, etc., etc. Sendfor Circulars and Pri...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 February 1889

IIKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SCISSORSAND GUM TheCream of the Newspapers Served^to Readers cf the Sunday^^Independent. Telegraphers'8unday 8chool Along^the Wires Blaine's Washing^^ton Residence. Alift onm ra iMtftati %i 11 m^h^i m Of III** **^ Ilt*l^-. N**wYork lliralrl: Sunday srhiwil hy^^1 t; This is the lat.*it fad. It ha*^Br ^^! or^ant/.-(| hy iiitflil (-|**rators on^the Naaiivillt*, Ctiattaitook** A St. Louis^railroad Im*i wwn Nashville and Chatta-^^ ^^w.' i Thry have organi/.-'I a Sunday^aehool whicii m^-^'ts. or rather MttaiMa^^mt *i ifT* r^ ht points a Ion if the wires every^Handnv iii'thihk at 'JoV|in-k. Thunovel association * a* opened at the^aat m^*^iin^ with prayer hy tin- ^uj^* rin^tandem, Mr. J. It ItUmhlet, nltfht opera^tar al W*rtra^-.\ ftsMej wlilrli wan fol^law--^l hy the rea^tnn of the scripture* Mai^1 neitlona from the international U ^n leal^ia common one in Sunday schools. Severalclassps have kNI orifanu- d. and^t Be, pupil with the quickest Blind and MM^^lauhlent ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 February 1889

IIKLENA DAILY INDKPKNDENT. ACUP OF COFFEE. TheUnited States the Largest Con.^sumer of the Fragrant Break^^fast Beverage. 8ixty-NinePer Cent. Received From^Brazil and Eleven Per Cent,^from Venezuela. Kiporll^ufIra ssBVtBw Bf * . rlaln Comilrii'w^i ^..-~iI.hu i. - of Kxtentllng^tlir I'DMlurtlikll. LirariBtrwt's:The United States U the^greatest consumer of cuffed in the world.^More is required for our consumption than^for the consumption of all the inhabitants^of Austria Hungary, France, (ieruiany and^the Tutted Kingdom combined. The total^importsin 1HH7 were 624,1(^,170 pounds, an^average of over nine pounds of roffee per^Inhabitant Two countries of Europe, The^Netherlands and Belgium, show a larger^consumption per capita than this, the for^^mer of twenty pounds and the lattrr ol M^pounds. This is explainable by the eir-^cnmslance that the consumption hen-^shown ts more apparent than r al, and the^figures given do not really indicate the^Seal consumption, but Include imports ot^coffee...

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. — 17 February 1889

IIKLENADAILY ^INDEPENDEN T THEINDEPENDENT Helim, Mont.. I%b. 17, ^^-^. Kvior Mo^m*^# Ehipt Mom** INDll'BMJBNfHUB. CO., PUBUhliKKH. ruBi.h'AT.oNornct, MftOaMay ne/i.v.sor sruHt nirrntN X.j''nUer!'*^y carrier i*f n.onth ..^^yMail per yar . O*J r%l ii t MMlMfl and elaii'la Weekly,per )*er ^ |I* 1(jo vu $3'j orVHIAt, I'AfKH OK MuSTASA ANh LEWISASH CSUtUCM 1'OfJNTT. timin .,^^,-^^. ^ .^ ^ larger d^l^y ctrcula-^Hon than any newipapir betwean St Paul and^^Wrtlend and a larger circulation lhan any^attar two daily pspere published in Montana.^H hat no prat* roan aacrat*, Us auhacrlptlon^^**^*^ ar^ open lo inspection, and it li always^foady to prove thai its circulation Is at rapra- tntared at tha PostufAc*^^lata matter eecord- NitlUraft 'lay In approaching. The^author of the diwreputahie iMfefUli i*-t terrthould have hi* reward. TfiKrumor tlutt Mm C^ New In U) have^the v ieima nii^lou may only have been^Cutused by recent development* there an^to the habit* of DM court an repreHentea'^t^y Mil...

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. — 17 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THELEGISLATURE CouncilAgra** to the House Amend^^ments to the Gambling Bill and^Recommends its Passage. BothHouse* Drag Along, but Manage^to Transact Some Business Even itUnimportant. Thrllutifcf %^IJ^urii^ ^^ Monday Afternoon^to Time t4i Adjourn to Tuftdny^MorniuK Nl Thecouncil sitting as a conimettee of the^whnleNeMMMN the Hunt gambling^mi) f^r passage and tt Is uow being en^^rolled. It will pant Monday, go H the^governor for hit signature, which will be^MmM at once, and as the law pasta**^effect Immediately sure-thing games will^not exist in Helena after next Tuesday, if^the officers do their du'y. and there Is no^reason to doubt that the officials will see^that the law is obeyed. This will throw a^number of boosters out of emploj uient, but^as the streets need working they can sM^profitably employed, as can their owners^also, if they insint on violating the law. If^the legislature passes no other bill during^the session the legislators will have earm d^t...

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. — 17 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT SOCIALGOSSIP. ParsonsWho Protest Against Society^as it Exists Expending Their^Strength for Nothing. Approachof Lent Warning the Votar^^ies of Fashion Their Reign it^Drawing to a Close. 1'ael w^.k m ione ^mmIhII^. IImI Fe* H^m lets Ivftli lin|m^r- Onlya few wei-kii morf (i^fure the oVvo^u-** ^if fashion will try and au^nt* for tha^T**nial Kind th^ y have cnmniKtwl during^Lh^ wlnt*T. Not many fair jw-nit*-nt^ will^cloth*- tin fiiHflvfN in sack dotli and ashes,^abstain from eating rhorolat* creams, or^refuse hntUr on their buckwheat rake*,^hut an it Is fashionable to prartlre sell o^^nlal in ^oihh way, the fair may resolve not^Uj eat any |M HIM tafias] the lenten sea^aoii. an that delicacy in not considered^rip- until MM drift warm day in June.^From that time on to - hilly weather, the^now eschewed lee, which Scientists elaiin^carries a jhjIsoii the most learned toiiroio-^gi^t* have been unable to provide an anti^^dote for, will Ih* reaolved with arwful^feminine...

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. — 17 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SCOUTJIM BAKER. Halfa Century of Adventure on the^Mountain Trails in the^Northwest. Scoutingfor John C- Fremont and^Marching With Doniphan^to Mexico. Al^m^4-r^l Old Agr AfU'T m I.Iff of l^aug*r^^ Nut up it.. I ..n.i iMIVtltluUL WillC. PusB iw I^**nver Republican: Re^^cently old Jim Uaaer, tbe far famed acout,^hunter, trapper and guide visited Denver.^Now about HO years of age, he Is tbe old^est scout tn the w**st, having lived over^half a century on the frontier. With a^constitute n that yields slowly to the bur^dens of four score years' be Is quite hale^and vigorous; but time Is doing its work,^and old Jim Baker has changed more rap^^idly during the past two years. When 1^saw him. not long since, In this city, he^presented a decidedly broken appearance.^Dressed in a dark suit and blue flannel^shirt, and wearing a white sombrero, be^was standing on a street corner talking^with some fifty ntners of the days of tbe^great Tike s Teak excitement but it was^long ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. GAMBLINGLAW. Tenof the Hunt Bill, Which Has^Virtually Passed Both Houses^of the Legislature. Lltlof the Games^Not be Licensed in^rttory. WhichShall^This Ter- Mrht PfVtMMM fur FtMsMMSSSJl njSjtsjMBjsjsjSjsjflHas ^^.* I^. it ^*. Thehona** aMM-ridim-ht* to the anti -sure-^thlng jreiijblliiK bill *^ r- ronurrwi hi by^the, couur.il ^rst^-rday, and the act is now^lu the hands of the enrolling clerk. I in^adoption hy the council is Inmured in the^form In whirh It in printed Ih-Iow: Heit KmiM h) the LagklartTi Assembly^of the fori torjr of Montana: iatUottI Thai if M| person or persons^shall deal, play at or make any het or^wager of an^ kind, for money or anything^representing MM)! or any other thing of^value, or at any of the game or teamen^railed, designated or known an three card^^am strap or belt gam*, tluinhle-ng,^monte, patt-nt safe game, hlark and rid^game, ten dire name, wheel of fortune, per^rentage Htud horae poker, percentage draw^pokei, twenty one, high ...

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. — 19 February 1889

5^^^VtVaw\vtv^^. TheiDdcpeudeul la Wall K^nlppe4 fob m^ PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall Or dan fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kind* ThaINDEPKNDBNT hu tha AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*tI^o^l ]fewff Report*',^A Libgek CractjLATiON than any^other two dally papers In Montana. ItU uneoualed u an ADVKRTI8ING^MKIHl M VOL.30--NO. 65 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1889. FIVECENTS pri ilj.ii BH4UIS, Praat.and aUr. I.l^ BUaBBTUS, Sk'jud Traaa PuleSill Co CoosigiiBtnUof Ore StlieitW. aMplM^^f wh M Nubnaltled to to*^different Saweltera and the Ore told to the^alfhaat Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice at Second National Rank.^TaWphune No. 71. sampUagWorka at Nortbara p* lac and Mon^^tana Central railroad Junction. Telephone X^. TakeMotor Una weat. GRAND MimeBULL! Tobe given under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein (SINGINGaOMETYJ MARCH I, 1889, *TTUB AssemblyHall. ooamirraiar iriukuiiikti,^Loula HlUebracht, Herman Rlchtar, Jacob Loab. OOMKrTT...

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. — 19 February 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fob. 19. 1889 ' HIlcHll) kvbht MoUNINM bi CI ft MoNIMT- IHDII'ENDBHTPUB. CO., PUBLIBHIRB, pjblicationomcs, BROADWAY TERMSOf Si nSt RII'TION^Jlty Buterrttwrt, by e*rrt*r. j*r moDlh$1 b Mv -r JMT^ J Train*, t ^ iwwihoyi and n^*w^ ^Wn^U ^in^WmU^, \mr }*t OFFICIALVAVKH oF MONTANA ill Mr/i 4JTB ( /.^/iirr countt. Th INDEPENDENT hat ^ largar ttelly circula^^tion than any aawipapar batwaan Bt Paul and^^orlland and a largar circulation than any^^tbar two dally p^par^ publlahad In Montana^'i hat no praat roam tacratt, Iti tuhtcrlptlon^aookt opan to inapactlon, and it It alwayt^raady to pro** that itt circulation la at r^pr^-^tantad Entaradat tha Pootofflca at Halana at aacond-^^ laat mat tar. ABANyrrr to J. K. Tool** upon his r**-^tum to YYaHhitigtou N talk**, of. It^wouIJ b^* ilttiiiK rfCtiRiiitiou of the wr-^vicuM of hm earn*nt an ailvot'Ht** of Mon^taua'n int^reNtf^ an han bbjbj t*at in con- gNBJi Ambi. In N^w York dUlocated her^neck in trying to raift* a win...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 February 1889

BAYARD NOT WARL'KE. THEBEST POLICY OF AMERICA TheBelief That the United State*^Should Set Other Great Nations^an Example of Ptace. BaltimoreFeb. 18.-A WaahtnKton^special to the Sun, ban* on a oonveraa^tton with Mr. Bayard, givea the outline of^the policy which haa controlled the actions^of the department of state the past four^years. The Sun says: ^It has bevn fre^^quently asserted that Mr. Bayard baa no^policy, whereas he has all alou* had a very^definite and peculiarly American policy.^He believes the American people nave a^higher and nobler destiny than that of^swaggering about among the nations^of the earth, daring, to use^a homely expression, to 'knock a chip^off their shoulders.' He thinks it their mis^^sion to take the lead among the nations in^the substitution of pacific methods for^force in settling international disputes.^Mr. liayard's theory of statesmanship is^that nothing should be done to disturb or^Imperil our peaceful conditions, but that on^the contrary the highest ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE CouncilRecommends the Passage of^the Medical Bill as Amended^by a Committee. TheResolution Introduced by Preii^dent Cole to Adjourn Sine Die^Feb. 25 Fails to Pass. AHof Intr.Mlu.. .1 In lha Houm K. la tlvato ^^UI^-ImmhI lit- u^ ^ ' i ^ ^'^for I'h^ *^^*^^. Thecouncil was in session all day yes^^terday and transartfd considerable busi^^ness, though there was nothing out of the^genera) tenor of evt-nU until the afternoon^when Mr. Hrown made a fiery speech^against the pasttagt- of the resolution to ad^Joum sine die Kehruary 26. Mr. Urown's^eloquence killed the resolution, which was^ind finitely postponed. The bill for the^protection of game and flsh was rerun-^mended for passage as was the medical^bill. The house joint memorial relative to^statehood was considered and recommend^^ed for pasttage. The house did not n ^ ^ t^until 4:Hu o'clock, and aft**r finishing^routine matters adjourned until i ^ o'clock^to-day. Tilt.4 Ol X II Thethirty-sixth day of the legislative^sessio...

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