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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. MONTANA'SMINES. WhatThey Contributed to the Wealth^of the World for th^ Year^Juit End^d. TheSuccess of the Past Shows What^the Future Will Do for Our^Great Stale. Mi.,In* N^wa of latere** from Varloua^J*rop^rtleft^The WmI lirmnlU Kid^^dle HtlU I nvolved. Molilaliais the greatest mineral producer^on the continent The value of ber pr*^c^torn meUls for 1HH8 rloaely crowd! $4U -^000,000, of which amount one mining camp,^the town of Butte, within three hours* ride^of the capital, contributed over half of this^amount Montana's copper product, ac^^cording to the highest authority, was 97,^W7 WW pounds, which ts greater by 11,000,-^000 pounds than the output of the Lake Su^perlor mines. Since the year 1KW has ush^^ered itself Into existence, the increaeed fa^^cilities for treating ores has amounted to^such that by the close of the year at least^$60,000,000 will be the value of Montana's^metal output Ktght here In Helena, a^mammoth smelter began operations the 21^Ins...

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. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT SOCIETYGOSSIP. SomeRespects in Which the Belles^^f Helena May Do Penance^for Forty Days DancingClubi and Literary Coteroi^Which Have Helped Make the^Winter Enjoyable. Knrurf ( lull ^ I'lena for MM * ^^^'^tea r*erftirin*^n^ e ui ^ fci iiilnie ^-^Cartoue! Mention LMihe past \m the mirror In wbh.b may lis eeeB^What our Mtft ought U. be, but what tb*y have b^*. Theshadow of I,ent la upon and the^fair dehutaute, fr* *ri from the hall room^and fli ld of ronqueit, heromea for the nonce^nt ]^ ^M a fair penitent, who puta her hall^dreifttn reluctantly away and endeavora to^tflaclpJintt her mind and auaiiK** her cou-^eelence hy denying ht raelf the theatre and^perhaps candled refreiihmentH Be. Mr. Kaiiinford. of \^*w York, known^aa the shoulder hitting parson, hy reason of^ttie emphatic way in which he call**! a^apade a Rpade, and who expected Home rad^ical chaiiK*'N In the very ordinary im'thod^^f observing Lent among his rattier ultra-^fashionable congregation, when ...

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. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. WOMENOF TO-DAY ts.Norton Likely to be the Social^Leader in Washington the^Next Fuur Years. MittWainright on Success on the^6tage^Connemarra's Fair^Daughter* Th*I ' i'um Who 1* to Marry lha Hair lo^I*h Kuaalaa CruwH-Mn. Cleveland^at Work. ThatMr*. Levi I\ MortoD will be the^leader of fashion id Washington for the^next four yean Is beyond a doubt. Unlike^any of the ladies who have taken prece^dence In the white house since the war^^he Is fortified by the experience of not lest^then twenty season* In the very best circlet^of continental end New York society.^Iler long residence abroad, her familiarity^with the etiquette of court life and her ex^tensive acquaintance among the represent^atlves of crowned heads of the world com^^bine to make her, perhaps, the best author^tty on social forms and usages in America^At least, such it the estimation of the^**400,^ of which delightful circle tne it an^honored member and a distinct leader.^Klegant in bearing, irretittlbl...

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. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THE1UK0TAS. Comethe Gladsome and Lightheart.^ed to the Shelter of Our^Wigwams. Fromthe Land of the Dakota* Come^the Children of the Prairiea on a^Visit to the Mountains. IftnllouU U llli Hi- ^ hi id ^^ ri He At* tin^^1*Dtly Him hlrM^-^l I ^-^L^t I -^ITmIm- m .... (Jultea mkM of leglalatlfe and mun^^icipal official* r^*spond^d to in* invitation^of W. McC. Whit*, superintendent of MM^Monlaaa diviiton of the Northern Pacific,^to accompany him on a special train to meet^the Dakota delegation, hut not an many^went at there were preparations made for.^Owing tu the Dakota train being behind^time the special did not leave the depot^until a half an hour after the time adver^^tised- 10 o'clock. Col. Wilbur K. Sanders^headed the Helena delegation, which con^^sisted of Councilinen Cole, llrown, Olds,^the Thompsons, Conrad, Hatch and Repre^^sentatives Davis, Moore, Haskell, .lostyn,^IVkman, Carver, Wane, Whitney. Jones,^haiton. The clerical force was represent^^ed by Cle...

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. — 26 February 1889

Tkelud^p^u4^ulU Well Kaalapaw worn rm% PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall orders (or^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FinsWork Of All Kinds TfceINDKPKNDINT kulh* AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ejltl^^kl ^fewjl f{e^oit#\^A Larger Circulation than say^other two dally papers in Montaua. Itu aDMiialed as ao ADVERTISING^MKMl \i. VOL.30--NO. 71. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1889. FIVECENTS frviij I BRAnM, Preai.e^d Oea. Mgr. g.o suesaros,^Sat jr ud Tress PublicSailing Go. buigeik ^f Ore Mifitei. NtnplMof mm* lot ftahmltlesl to Us dlffersotSaneltere and tbe *^ra sold to tS^^highest Klddr r. WRITEKOR TERMS,^ettj ottos gt Seconal National Hank. T*Uph^me Ho. 71. samplingWork* at Nortbara Paclftc aad Mob^tan* Central railroad Junction. Telephoa* M. Take.Motor Lino wait. GRAND HEBALL! Toba (Won undtr the dlractlon of tho HarmoniaGesang Verein [SIHUINO 80 J1ITT] MARCH I, 1889, ATTUg AssemblyHall. i mm itu of AMtANeKMBNT*. Loulilllllsbrscht, Herman Klc titer, Jacob Loek oommitt...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 February 1889

1 theindependent Helena, Mont., Feb. 2d, HuausaiDKtibt Momwk Bxcipt Muiimt ISDBKBSDBMTH ^ CO., PI BUKMIM. PUBLICATIONupfici, bruauwat TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. XtyAubaertbara, h^ carrlar, monta$1 ByMall-par jnr^ va l UWIDOjl Ud d-ws Mi ortM^* ^^ ki-, par vaar^* w OFFICIALPAriCH Of MONTANA AND^LEWIS AM* CLARKE COUNTY. ThaINOCPENDCN r hu ^ largar dally clrcula-^Hon than any as wt pa par iMtwMn It. Paul and^*ortiand and a largar circulation than any^mm l^0 daily papara publish** In Montana Iha* no prat* raamaacrati, lit Subscription^aooks ara opan ta Inapacllen, and II Italwayt aadyto prova that it* circulation la at rmprm.^^antad Cntaradat tha Poatofftca at Halana at aacond-^^ lata mattar. HU^L\\ OKDKU. Thefull teit of the territorial adula^^tion law, exrept a* It appll** exclusively^to the I^ftkot^H,trt printed lu another part^of to-day^ imw of the Indkhknoknt. It^will t* found to differ In many particu^^lars from the hill an It wan originally^drafted by Mr. Springer and which wan^printe...

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. — 26 February 1889

INSENATE AND HOUSE. BURNE'8 MEMORIAL SERVICE The Houit Waste* the Entire Day^Filibustering OvePthe California^Election Case. \\amiim. i^'V Keb. 26 ^In ihe senate^the house aiii^*odaient reducing 1 Lt' l^11^aiuu of Mm. On. fcherldan to $2,500 per^year waa agm-d to. A resolution was^a+treed to authoriiina tbe select couimUtre^on Irrigation to take testisuony at any^place in tbe United States. Karwell of^^fered a r^ solution calllutf on the secretary^of the interior for information touching the^bribery of the Cberokte council, tby Ihe^uaeof whisky and mouey)by cattlemen.^The words: ^by the use of whisky and^money/' were etrieken out, and the resolu^^tion paaaed. The army appropriation bill^wan ti. ii taken up. Considerationof the bill waa not con^^cluded when at S o'clock Cockrell offered a^resolution that the senate had receded^with profound sorrew the annouucemeut^of the death of the late congressman,^aturut*. Itegular business waa suspended^and Cockrell, Ingalls, Voorheea. Hale,^Ham...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 February 1889

ADMISSIONACT. FallText of the Law Admitting Mon^^tana and Her Sisters to^Statehood. ToVote for the Ratification o*^Constitution and .or State Offi^cers in October the Mit i.in. . hi l^o^ry Kim h of ih* Na*j^blatr* W ill lls*s fur Mho^ I^l*ur|m^m*^. Below'a given tbe full text of the bill ad^milting Montana to the I'nlon. Sections^% 6 and only are omitted, they relating^exclusively to the Dakotas: section1. That the inhabitant* of all^that part of thear*-a nt the t inted Mate*^now constituting the territories of Dakota,^Montana ami waelllagt^i at at present^.irv nt.rit. may become the slates of North^Dakota, boutb Dakota. Muntanaand Wash^liiKUm, rw^oecti\el^, as hereinafter pro^vided. Sec.S. That all person* who are quail^h^d by the laws of laid territories to vote^for representatives of the legislative as-^aembiiea thereof are hereby authorized to^v o . for and chooae delegates to form con^^ventions In said propped states; and tbe^qualifications for deleiratet to such conven^^tion* ...

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. — 27 February 1889

Tsv*Independent U WslI K-alpe^ wmm PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall ord*t* for^Oommtrclil Printing, howPrinting and Fin*Work of All Kind* FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY^^HELENA. Wit ctuVni. TkmIIVBBmBKIfT kM lAo AssodaudPress DlspatchM, Soft Kew$ fjepoft*,^A Labckb Circulation than any^other two dally papers in Montaua. It^^^^j*1** M *n ADVKKTISING r'r**i.utl Otto. Mttr. I D INIRTOI, b*e*yud Tret Pilesilk Co. CsBigMeoU tf Ore MmUi. pi*aof Mcb tut Bubawlued W Us^dlffumot Intlten ud tas %^r* told to tfco^bighwl Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityofflc* at Second Nalloaai Baak.^Talapbooa No 71. templingWurka at Nurtbara FarlSc and Moa^tana Contra! railroad Junction. Talouhoaa *^. TakalMoturUna woat. GRAND MASQUEBALL! To00 fflvon undar tha direction of tha HarmoniaGesang Verein .siNiiiNitso ;is i y ] MARCH I, 1889, ATTUI AssemblyHall. uim op AajuKumaNTa.^Louia HUUbescbt, Barman RlubUr, Jacob Look oomhittbiom isyitatiuh. T.U. Klolnocbmldt, llt-nry M Parcbsa, Mlka hi-iuu OOHimtOH HA-Wr^, H.u. Mclntlr*. T. H K'aloachml...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Feb. 27, lhbWT PlTSUtHBD itkbt XOUIII BlCKFT MuVDAT 1ndipknubntpub CO., Pl'tylHllBHft. PJBLR'AT\UBUKPICS, BROADWAY TERM*OF SUBSCRIPTION. n%jSabecrlbars, hy ear riff, per monthft 9* ByKail- psr year^ ^ ve Train*, to H^itM/i w.d n*^e lUnda. ...5rU^*eekly,^p*)r yearS* OFFICIALPAPER QT MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE CuUNTT. TheINDEPENDENT hat a Isrgsr daily circula^^tion than any Mwtptfwr between 8t Paul and^Portland and a Isrgsr circulation than any^ABBS* **o ^*^r psp^r* publlahad In Montana.^i| haa no praat room escrsti; lta subscription^aookt ara op*^ to insoactlon, and ii la alwaya^'oady to prova thai lta circulation ll aa rsprs-^aanlad tntaredat tha Poatofnca at Halana aa esconel* mattar. TunnUvfr-protluciiiff t*^rrltorlen will^readilv comiirfbend tbt* Hi((Diflcaiice of^the St. Haul Hooeer rirW iMmmeuda-^tious of Gea Harrison for at*l*ctlng^* tin1ow for -h-i. i it) uf the treaiiury. A(okvkntion U to be belt! lu 8t.^LouIh to-morrow, couiponed of repre^aeu...

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. — 27 February 1889

ASOUTH AMERICAN MINE. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW, 8enorM Brags s Discoveries on the^Perfection of American Machinery^vs. South American Methods. Aman of dark complexion, of medium^i.witu a very pleasant end Intelli^^gent face, was noticed at tbe Cosmopolitan^hotel lobby Monday ni^bt Tula *entle-^man was Senor A. Marags, cbief engineer^of the Juachaca Sliver Mining company of^Bolivia, South America. He ii direct from^that far off region, having only stopped at^the CaJumet and Uecla and Lake Superior^mines a few days to investigate the differ^^ent devices of machinery used In the treat^^ment of ores. To-day he leaves for Philips-^burg to look at the big silver mills of the^(iranite Mountain and Hi Metalic com- Sanie( and will afterwardi visit butt*,^enor Malaga said to an Indkpkndcnt re^^porter: Avery few years ago Chill was the fore^^most copper producer In the world, and^now shr is at the tail end of the list Why^is this P Tbe only way 1 can see of solv^^ing this question !^ that here...

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. — 27 February 1889

thelegislature TheMembers Again in Their Seata^Shaping Affairs Which Need^Their Attention. TheRegistration Bill Comes Before^the Council and That Body De^^liberates on its Provisions. A(itiubllnK Hill ^f ^^^ 1^U Utud IntrodiMr^l in tli# ^ oiim-ll 1 ^^Wr^^it li^ Kennedy. Afterthree ^lay^ of rest for some of the^member* and s round of pleasure for oth^^ers, both houses etavetjed yesterday at the^usual hour and twKan the business In hand.^Connldi rable work waa done ay both^branches. The principal business of the^council was the disunion of MoorVt regis^^tration bill in committee of the wb*Je.^Kenn^ dy Introduced a bill which prohibits^fambliuK iu any form whatever. A com^^munication wssreceivt-d from John J. In-^galls, president of the United Mates sen^^ate, announcing he had rwcelved certain^memorials an^T the committees to whom^they had been reft-rred. The bill allowing^Inoorporated cities to Increase their in^^debted tie** goes to the governor for his slg^nature, as d^^es the bill ...

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. — 28 February 1889

TheIndspsudont U Well ^**^^^^^* fROMPTEXECUTION Ofail urden for^Commercial Prmtin.. ShowPrinting, and FineWork of am Kind* FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY,^HELENA Xtfraa -iVWej VOL.30--NO. 73 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1889 TheIKDBPKN DBNT AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8es1tI^odal K^w^ f(epoi*ta\^A Lasgkr Circulation than any^other two daily papers tn Montana. ItU nnsoaaled as an ADVERTISING^MKDIl \l. FIVECENTS sraLiu-saasusit,^I'resl. end Wea. M^r. ID. BDSBBTOS, Secy ud Trass U.S PoleSampling Co Uaf Ore Mititri. tothe^to tee iplcd)^^f *irb lot Submitted^different Seme lie re sad tbs Ore, sold^bi(be*t Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice et Second Natloual Hank.^Tvlepbooe No. 71. samplingWorks et Northers Faclflf end Moo^Uu* Oeotrel reUroed Juartlon. Telepboae 80S. Tska; Motor Uue weet. JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Better,Finer and Mere GRAND MASQUEBALL! Tobe given under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein [SINdlNU so MKTY ] MARCH I, 18...

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. — 28 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Feb. US, 1h8W rusutvtDBte^t Moaau^ Bi^-^rT Mohdat^INDBPBNDINT PUB. CO., PUBLISHER*. fjblicat.oburPlCB, BBOAUWAV termsof subscription. }\ty8ub^crtS^^, by e*rrt^r, \-t month . BrMall -p*r f^i^^^ ^^ ^^ OaTrains, t i Mvitturi ft^d newi lUnrla^Weekly. X^*' |1- I Cte^t 1u ntored.The proposition was rejected,^aud b brief suHpemiioD of work ensued.^(iperatJouti have been returned, however,^until the m^uagere can determine^whether or not it will pay to continue.^The Argun ItWMi clearly a circumstance crowing^out of conditions connected with toe Ma^glnnis mines. The statement Id the^miners' notice that *we believe the colu^^mn)** action in this matter Is a more look^ng toward a general reduction of wages all^over the territory,' etc , Is given of course,^a matter of opinion, not as a fact^There was nothing Id the difficulty at^Maiden to occasion a column of parttaan^waddle about the recent campaign. officialpaper i^f montana and^lewis and clarke covntt. Th^ !NOte...

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. — 28 February 1889

TWOMORE NEW STATES. IDAHOAND WYOMING'S CHANCES Cullomon Interstate Commerce-The^Houte Pastet the Last of the Gen^^eral Appropriation Bills. Wabhinuton,Feb. fc7.-ln the seoate^the conference report on the agricultural^department appropriation bill was present-^ed and agreed to. The senste bill to amend^tne law to provide better protection for the^salmon fisheries of Alaska passed. Piatt,^from the committee on territories, reported^two bills for the formation and admission^of tbe states of Idaho and Wyoming.^Hour, from the committee on privilege*^and elections, reported an amendment to^the deficiency bill, which was referred to^tbe committee on appropriations. It ap^^propriates $25,UU0 to enable the president^to offer a reward for the detection and con^^viction of the persons who illegally carried^away and destroyed the ballot boxes of^l'lummersville, Ark. It was a majority re^^port, the minority dissenting. Onmotiou of Cullom the senate pro^^ceeded to tbe consideration of the senate^...

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. — 28 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE Moores Bill Prescribing the Duties^of the Mine Inspector Provided^For, Passes the House. TheBill Creating the Office of Private^Secretary for the Governor^Raises a I ittle Storm. l.ourDor I.e.lie Miliuilt*. Ill* Appoint-^iii^*liU to the t mined- -lakvii I n^Ur^^ on^l^Urnllnu. Aithe neaplon n**srs iu clow the leglsla-^ton artMloinir really hard work and an*^passing bills with an unao milty that Is sur-^prising. Occasionally there is a difference^of opinion, as was rvldeuced by debates in^the house yesterday, but on the whole the^members are a* ardently affectionate for^for each other's measures as little dickey^birds In mating time. The bill creating^the office of mine Inspector as amended^passed the house. There was a general^discussion over the bill providing a private^secretary for the governor, which finally^went to the committee on ways and means^Kennedy's bill providing tor the adoptJon^of the Australian system of voting was un^der consideration hy the committee ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 March 1889

TbeInSepeuOut U Well Re; nl prow PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall or dura (or^Commercial Printing, ShowPrlntlnc, and f\nmWork of All Kind* FREE HELEHR. Mtltm TheIN DEPBN DENT AssociatedPress Dispatches 8et I^o^il Jfewfi tfesportff,^A Larger Cibculation than my^other two dally papers In Montana. ItIs nnsqnaled at an ADVERTISING^MKI'll M VOL.30--NO. 74 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1889 FIVECENTS raiiLt.i BBADBB,^Presi. and Ueo. Mgr. a.d. bdosbtob,^Eec'y aad Trees U.S PublicSampling Co. ifOn Mieiiei totbe^to taa MpMp iwleoof aacb lot Submitted^different Vase I tare and tba Ore aold^blfbaat Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice at Vcoud National Htuk^Talapboaa No. Tl. MampUaKWorks at Nortbera Pacltr aad Mob^taaa Oaatral railroad junction. Telephone SOS. Take.Motor Line weet. JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Better,Finer and Mere A.SV, T 1ST ThanAny Line Ever Showv *ena. THEVERY LATEST GRAND IIIBALL! Tobe f Wen under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verei...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Htiloua,Mout., March 1, lt^^9. tH'buibbd i TUT M^^hkin^^ Bi ci FT MoHIlAT- indbpbudbntpub. CO., PIBUHHEKS, publicationOPriOB, broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. MMHuhacrttora, by carrier, i*r month|1 ^ ByHall^i*r yaar^ 00 vn T ml as, to nam'toyf u.d new* ^Uodi^w^akiy. par f^ar OFFICIALMfU OF MONTANA AND^LEWIS ANl^ t LARKE COUNTY. Th INDEPENDENT hM ft larjar dally circula^^tion than any Mwiptptr batwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and * largar circulation than any^Oltar two dally 9apart publlahad in Montana,^ilhaano praaa roam aacrata, Ita aubacriplion^aooM art oaan to Inaaadlon, and It I* always^mady to prova that ita circulation la aa rapr*.^tan tad tntarodat tha PoalofTVca at Halana at aaoond-^^^aaa mat tar. 1'iKititK. Dakota, tiaa rained to^boom it* claim* to be the capital of^South Dakota. Plant haa out* railroad^and a Urge, untaniMl.Miirard belt. TheSt. I oiiIh dlobe lH^iDocrat i- nita-^taken when it nayn the democrat** con^^cede all the new ntate* to the repuMi-^raiiH. Mon...

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. — 1 March 1889

THESENATE AND HOUSE. MANYMEASURES QO THROUGH. TwoExecutive Sessions ot the Senate,^But Both Houses Transact a Lot^of Important Business. WA.SHINUTOH,Feb. 2B.-U the senate^the bouse amendment to the senate bill In^regard to the salmon fisheries of Alaska,^extending It* operations to Uehrlng sea,^was presented and referred on motion of^Edmunds to the committee on foreign rela^^tions. On motion of Sherman, who said he^had important business requiring conside^^ration at once, the senate went into execu^^tive session. Whenthe doors reopened a large num^^ber of bridge bills passed. Thehouse bill granting the Wyoming^Midland Railway company the right of^way through the Wind River or Shoshone^Indian reservation passed. Thepostofflce appropriation bill passed,^with amendments, one of which provided^that there shall not be allowed for the use^of any third class poutothce for rent a sum^In excess of $000, uor for fuel and lights In^excess of ftW lu one year. The senate then^went into executive...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE FavorableAction by the Council on^the Bill Adopting the Australian^System of Voting. TheBill Providing for the Appoint^^ment of an Inspector of Steam^Boilers Before the House. UuiiruorLevitt* hlKiti a Sussl^sr of lu^^|m^rt*ut in in Which Will khortly Thecouncil upent tin* Mt**r portion of^yesterday'i Sf^Mion discuuing Kfnnedy's^bill for the purification el ft! ballot box in^committee of the whol** and when the com^^mittee arose recommended it for passage.^The house received a petition from Twin^Bridges asking the legislature to appropri^^ate $5,000 for the purpose of assisting the^agricultural and mechanical fair associa^^tions at that place to carry on their annual^fairs. The petition was referred to the^committee on agriculture and stock rats^lng. The bill providing for the creation of^a st.-aiu boiler inspector was favorably con^^sidered and recommended for passsge.^Governor Leslie notified the legislature^that he had signed the bills for the better^pr iiei-tion ot...

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