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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 2 March 1889

TheIndepeu4eul U Wall Ksjw Ipped roe mi PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders fur OommtrrlilPrinting, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kindt FREEPUBi 'C' mRARY.^HELENA. ctuVttl. TneINDBrMrl DB1*T kiM tk AssociatedPress Dispatches* 8e*tL-o^l jfewe- IJoportiJ,^A Larger Circulation than any^other two dally papers In Montana. Itla nneonaled m an ADVKRT1SING^\IKi M M. VOL.30--NO. 75 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1889. FIVECENTS pruiu.B HKiim*. Krest,on: M^r. 8.D. ItMHtTUK, R*c ud Trees. PublicImhl Co. CoDsijcnnifDtsof Ore SsIieiU4. ftampleeof each lot Nubmltled to th*^different Mmfllcri and the Or* sold tu ta*^blgbest Bidder. WHITEFOR TERM*.^City offlc* at Heron d National Maak. TelephoneN' ft HampllnicWorks at Northern Tactic aad Mod^Una Centrel railroad j tint Hon Telephone a* Taee.MotorLine weet. InaugurationDay BALL, 1G89March 4^1889 Tobe given under the direction of tba following^organlssUons: A.0. U. W.t Knights of Pythias, SelectKnigrhts A. 0, U. W.,^Order of the ...

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. — 2 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT a-*Lena.Mont., March 2, 18bW. fUKUVMBD BTBBT Mo**^^ IXOBTT MoBTDAT INDIP1NDENr PUB. CO., PUILHUM rJBUCATiUN OFFICE, BROADWAY TERMSOF SVBSCHIPTIOS .ttySuhsvMhars, *^y furrier. psr month|1 j* tijMsll-psr v**f^ 'P onTralna, 11 Mwittuyi ud mws Blandi .MB)^*.^^*ly, p*r yaar P w OFFICIALMNI MONTANA AND^f.KVTlS AND CLARKE CoCNTT. rhaINDEPENDENT (ail largar daily ctrtuia-^lion th^n any nawBpspsr btl^Mn Bt Paul and^^ortland and s largar circulation than any^Bth*r two dally papars publtthad In Montana,^it hat no pr^n roam aacratt, (U ^ubacrlptlon^sooktara opan to inspaetlon, and It Is always^'aady to prova that IU circulation it aa rapra-^aantsd Entaradat tha PoatofHca at Halsna at ssoand-^^ lass mattar. A^ ourEN^ATiMi providence ha^ loca-^i- l a Koap mine at Hutte. It Ih evidence^of nature'** foreetght. ThkJew 1 h f ^ * ^ f rnrim fftlln thin^year, l^y nowe Htraiitf chaucea upon Ht.^Patrick'* day, March 17. Thesouth can now look with holy^horror upon the wicked Htate of tflias^...

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. — 2 March 1889

i WELLMERITED PRAISE DELAG AT F. TOOLE'S GOOD WORK Whatan Exchange Ha* to Say About^His Congressional Record - Gen-^eral Newt of the Territory. BeatonKiver Proas: Talking of ova^^tions and banqueU: Thecap4taJ city of^Montana ahould prepare a r^yal reception^for Delegate Joseph K Toole, and repre^^sentative men from every town and county^In the territory of Montana should be in^^vited tu attend, it should be a territorial^affair and entirely void of any political^significance whatever. For the openlug of^the great northern reservation, and for^Montana statehood, Delegate Toole la^^bored faithfully fiodi the moment of his^election, and his efforts tesulted In suc^^cess. We do not pretend to say, neither do^Mr. Toule's friends claim, that be accom^^plished all this single-handed and alone;^but we eo say that he led the fight witb all^his banners flying, and never once did he^yield an Inch. Weremember there w**re those at times^who criticised his enthusiastic labors for^statehood, and d...

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. — 2 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE GovernorLeslie Vetoes the Bill Pro.^hibiting Minors From Frequent^^ing Saloons. HeGives as His Reason for 80 Doing^That It Is Special Legislation,^Especially Prohibited. Th Pa* Bill ( onsltl^-r^l hy tha ^ ouat ll^In ^ oiumllt** of the Ml^\ arlously Aiu^u^I^mI Gov.Leslie- yesterday interposed his first^veto. The bill sent hack unsigned la the^one prohibiting minors from visitln^ saloons^and originated in the house, which will to^^day consider the governor's objections.^The hill providing for a commlaaion for^the codification of our lawa Is before the^house and will probably paaa that body.^The fee bill occupied the attention of the^council roost uf tha day and was amended^In a great many particulars. The amend^ment Increasing the pay of county school^superintendents and furninhlng them with^onVej was favorably considered and rec^^ommended. The bill as amended will pass^the upper house. HIi 4)1 M II,. Councilmet at 10 a. m., with all present.^Alter the urual routine, 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. — 3 March 1889

VOL.31.~NO70. HELENA,^ffiONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING,^' MARCH 3, 1889 FIVECENTS JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Bttttr,Finer and Ms^re^Than Any Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEV ERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will receive^prompt und courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBERS AND OKA ^KM IN MININGMACHINERY! AgriculturalImplements, Juritreceived, a large stock of BexDQ-erLtj^c Son's Celebrated M Maine ^ and M Brown M BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plowa SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Oaorlage and iHeavy Team Harneee Ouretock of fin^ CarriageH and Bnggiee la the largest and most complete erer^showii In Helena. Afull line of Mine and Hill Huppliee embracing Blake Steam Pumpn, Beverc^Bubber Co. Mechanical goodit. Common Beuee \\ h'in, etc., ete. Sendfor Circular* and Price Lint. Steamboat Block, corner of Main street^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. — 3 March 1889

IIKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THELEGISLATURE TheRegistration Bill and the Aus^^tralian System of Voting Bill^Pass** the Council. GovernorLisl ia's Veto Sustained^the House After a Long, In^^teresting Struggle. to The 1'.**I m luihMi to Glee X HUdler^iu of ^ t.ooo I alia W I*mm^the Iuum. Thelegislator* who K^^ to church U^-d*y^Bad those who s'ay at lnnn^ can conj(ratu-^Ut^ thi'iiinHvt'* upon having iREjS * H'^^1^^reel work ami BajBjBj their salariea. If^the MBtaN had displayed MM activity^and earnestness In the early part of the^teuton they now daily give evidence of^possessing., business could have SfEfJ tin-^lined wilhiu twenty day* from the time of^fceiCtntilriK. Kennedy's hill, adopting the^Australian system of voting, passed lh^-^council unanimously. The house bill es^^tablishing a territorial hoard of examiners,^^iet with hut little favor in the council,and^will probably die in that b^^dy. The fees^and salaries hill waa recommended for^adoption by the council eomiiitttee of the^who...

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. — 3 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT UPIN A BALLOON. ExcitingAdventures in the Life of^Veteran George Elliott, the Old-^est Aeronaut. ARecord of More Than a Hundred^Ascensions, With Many a^Hairbreadth Escape. Iuin|m'^l hi ^ hf^|^r*k^ li t* A Hoi ^.^!.,^. k^.Journ*y hi tha t'luuds MUtukcn^for ail Angrl. MftMSpecial: In a little old house^Id the caMi-rn part of this town lives the^oldest MMNfl lo the world. For half a^century ^ ^^ ^i n Elliott was known all over^this country for his daring balloon ascen^^sions. During his ;erial career he made no^less than 140 ascensions and was but once^seriously injured, though having many^hairbreadth escapes. For many years he^has lived a quiet, secluded life In Haiti-^more, having pa*s^'d out of public notice^more than a decade ago. Ills last ascen^^sion was made in lhn3, from a summer re^^sort near this city, on which occasion he^made his second narrow escape from a^watery grave in the Chesapeake Hay.^Trior lo this ascension he had ^not in^^dulged in a Might,...

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. — 3 March 1889

HKLKNADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March :i, 1-m fuautHsuKvbki Moaaii** Xecsit MnnuAi DIMPSIIDtMTPCI co., PL'BLlhliKKH. bkoaDWAV Xlys-itMKrt'HM-fi, ^y carrier, ;n^r month .. ByM%ll n^r ^-*r OnI rein^, t n~*o ^y^ n.d news stands^*'-ki,, p*^r yer I .* III^ftct*^| iU UKK/'Pat^*! MnNTANA AND LfW/Si^ %/J f I.Allh'K * tfVNTt. withouthM from the dtlz*ns at Ur^H.^The time i- atwpl ^:^ u i'. I I he occaaion^ahiimlaiit f^*r a jollification which will^draw hither (^^ ^i'i' tN/M nil part* of the^territory. It ia for Helena to lead all^th* other citleH of Montana in such a^deiuoiiHtratlmi of tliM satisfaction which^cxintH at the dawn of the day when the^Hwaddling cloth** of provliicUNni are^to be laid aside forever and the more he-^coming garment* of statehood IMMI^^The capital of the budding state should^not herilow In thi* matter, and every en^^couragement should h^* given to those^who have taken the initiative. A tlrtt-^elane eelehratiou at h -leu i will not in^^terfere wit...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. DomesIN DIET. Reviewof the Condition of Roal Es.^tate and Building Prospects^in Helena. IndicationsThat the Present Year^Will Witness Many Thousands^Invested in Realty. ImportantTraneactlons of (lie r ^^i \\ #* k UIm* In \ .1... ^ n -I ii ii^t Dealers. Springhas uttieretl iteHf in most aunpi^^^!.-. as reitaiils the Imildlnif and r- aJ^estate Interests of Helens. There ta no^boom, hut it is a gmwth wlnrh will leave^some taiifclhlr evidence behind, and will^prove for the city the bigtfetit season In^botli building and property transfers It has^ever known. It has heeti truly slated that^stateluMNl will add 100 per cent, to the value^of property in Montana. It was predicted^some week* ago hat real estate would ad^vance in value. It has done so within the^past ten days, but activity In this direction^continues, with signs ^^\ steady increase.^PlObwUy and undoubtedly ttte most Im^^portant event of the week is the commence-^nieut of the erection ot the rive story s...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. OLDSKffl HOARDS. SomeAmusing Instances of Tavern^Lore from ihe Past, With^Changes to Suit the Times TheWhile Horse Tavern end How^Mother Red Cap Lived Long Past^a Hundred Years. OddMm at ink of 1 rrule ftlgnt lu *.r^-*** ^ am^Itouie *\ n!^^ ^ In H^*ttlamt aa lu* of Uif^. datingfrom early^v*ry popular, al^^ r^ huiiihle, built NewToiiK, Keb. 2A -(Special corres^^pondence of the I ^dependent)-It waa^the fashion of the publicans In fcntf^land, in the more boisterous times of^politics, t^, chanK** their niKf^^ ami emblems^to fit the ocraalon^from Cromwell to^Charles, and so on. The inn keeper was^not less anxious than some newspaper* are^locatch the public breeze. AH the signs^had an eye to atiraetintf the public. Mr.^Charles lllndley. In his anecdotes of the^tavern, says that ^In a well-known coun^fry town where four inns were already ^-h^Uhlishfd the (tear, the Aliffel, (he Milp^and the Thret* Cups-a fifth was MM Ml^fully added, the White ilorae, IiaviuK un^der...

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. — 3 March 1889

yt HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT BONANZAKINGS. JohnW Mackay the Only Survivor^of the Greatest Mining Combi^^nation Ever Known. AGraphic Story of the Rise of the^Firms of Flood ^ O'Brien and^Mackay ^ Fair. Uuito* . i 1^h^^1'^ Death in fr:iirt^|tcft Wfck^Ago Afl^r * Long *u^1 r*Jnful HlllVM. Ofthe great California quartet, Mackay,^Kair, KWmmI, and O'Hrien, one only aur-^vlvea. t Mir.- n 11 ' ^ t three or four yean^ago, and Jamm C. Flood, the head of the^firm ot Kiood A O'Brien which luppiled^the pnHpwtors, Mackay and Fair, with^funds to find the great bonanza, passed^away a week ago. The Malory of these^four men, all Irishmen, and all rich beyond^the measure of even the millionaires of^California, Is a tale as wild as any the^most audacious novelist has Invented-^James Clair Flood was horn In Ireland in^1K2^. He cam^ to New York at an early^aee. lu the spring of 1H51 he sailed from^New York to San Francisco In the steerage^of the ship Elizabeth Kllen, and saw the^(^olden (^ate for the first...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. WEDDINGBELLS. TheyRang Mnrrily in Honor if the^Wedding of Miss Kinnaand W.^R. Flowerree. ANotable Society r vent Last Evening^^A Brilliant Reception After^th^ Service. The. ll.tpp'iilBtf* U a ax^^l^l Way lAU-rnr I mIU ^l Ssreriir's^^l %, -i 1.it Myn^v T'^ all Itworld ill-oh will walk t^piar^la^oJ d^ .^AnH aa ih-o-iKl. tt.ow dark BjetM arr^*a the wltd^That aa man IBMPI Indeed I leva thiw. roa^^^TsaaraoN ^ Paiscsse. WeddingMall ThHr vrry sound im^piles hsppiness.theK^'^*^lp primold maid relax a little at their jauglf,^momentarily softened, perhaps, with the^thought aa ^What might have been.^^^^Ding dong, 'llnic dung, the old, old song;^^the beginning of a new life tor both man^and woman. Daaal the modern bridegroom^ever lully realize all that the girl he loves^bai to give up^her hmm^, her parents, and^her friends, with all those sweet associa^^tions bo dear U^ girlhood - to take^well, to^take a chanre in the greatest lottery of^life^ Ah well' men at the best a...

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. — 5 March 1889

FR PUBLln , m VOL.31-NO 77. HELEN:* 'ONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 5, 1889. FIVECENTS JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. BUNT,Finer and More^Than Any Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will receive^prompt and courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBIKS AND DBA ^KB IN MININGMACHINERY! -A. 1ST 3D AgriculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^o Son's Celebrated ^Maine^ and ^Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage andlHeairy- Team Harness Ourstock of fine Carriages and Bugjrie* Is the largest and moat complete ever^shown in Helena. iiA full line of Mine and Mill suppltew embracing Blake Bteam Pumps, Revere^Rubber Co. Mechanical good*. Ovuuiou Sense Whim, etc., etc. eudfor Circulars and Price List. Steamboat Block, corner of Mai...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. tiveto administer srxl enforce Iu the irieif,^od* and b^ the IsairuujeuttliUes pointed^out an^l provided t)^ the conatilutiifii al^IlWI ellf tt 'i liy rCiritfrrftM. I !.^^^^^^ .a a - generalurn their adiuintstrsiiou should i^e^uniform ami equal \ i a citiz^o may a it^elect wim lawn hi* may ^ ^ ^ i^ ^ - may^th^ executive elect which in- will NlNN^Thudut) IooIm ^ and to ex^ ute erubrsveii^the *11*t ' 11 Ion In its entirely and the^who h rod^'^^( law* enacted mder It. I'^^^^siainpl- of pi-rinllilris; Individual*, rorp-T-^lUoim or ioiiiiuijottlei to nullify the law*^bocausi they crows some selfish or local in^^terests or pn jidic*s Is full of danger uol^only to th** nation at large, hut much MN^to those who KM thu prernriou* expedient^to eaeap^ iht-ir just ohhtfatmna or ob^^tain ut j i^l advantage over other*.^They will preaently themselves be^compelled l i appeal to the law for protec^^tion, and t h ^ ^ae who would use t r*^ - law as^ft defense must not deny th...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT I CONGRESS'WORK. TheThings Done and Those Left^Undone During1 the Session! of^the Fiftieth Congress. TheMost Important Act That by^Which Four Territories May Be^Admitted to Statehood. i .-i i.nl Cleveland Ileal Ilia Own ami^th* *aV^oro5 of All III* ri*'^lt'i-^M*rft^In 111* MmIUt of Ye toe*. Wahiiinoton,March 4.--Undoubtedly^tht* tuoHt noteworthy . glsl ^i 1i. ^^ act of the^fiftieth congress, which cloned at noon to^^day, has been the passage of the act by^which there will be an addition of four new^^tart to the national colon. The tirat^aeailon waa mad** unusually Interesting by^the national election, which was near at^hand, that the lines of both parties^were closely drawn, with the leaders^watching eagerly for every opportunity^that might give them an advantage, how^^ever slight, In the approaching contest.^Although the measure which caused the^prolongation of the First session to a time^beyond all precedence failed of enactment^and resulted in nothing save...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. fHEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 5, l^m Pueu*hiti KvKHr Moesinw Kxcsrv M o adav mOBPIMDIMTt'UB OOu PCBLf 1^, PJBLK.'ATKJ*OfrTlk, KKoauwaY TKHMSttrMVHSt Hirnas MyHui^ Hkste, carrier, {Mir stonth|1 W ByMall i*^r year^ 00 XkTriln*,tnoNi^'ifi ud news stands * ^ i-^weeklv. per year$* W orVUIA U I'At'KR of MONTANA ASh^lewis am* i U|a OOOVffi TheINUEPfcNQEN r hat ^ IVpP telly ctrtula-^lion than any niwiptpar bat ween Si Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^etfcer two daily passes published in Montana,^it has ng praes room aacrati, its subscription^eoofct ara open to Inspection, and it la atwaya^'*^*^ to pi-ova that Ita circulation la a* ropro-^MM Enteredat tha Poetovlice at Halana aa second-^^ last mat tor partiality. Indeed, being; on th*^ out-^Hide, a.^ thpy very eotm will be, derno-^rratn will 1* in a position to take note*^of the wonderful traiiHformattou. Thewatlre tone of the aoMrehH in op-^ttakm nut it 1h at the name time char-^acterizi*d hy...

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. — 5 March 1889

! HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. .4FIEND'S ACT. AnInfuriated Woman Hurls a Light^^ed Lamp at the Head of^Her Lover. itStrikes H^and H it i,it Shattered to Pieces^Covered With Blaz^^ing Oil. TbsMan Frightfully llurne^l About lb*^lit .i.i and llreast -Ills tuntlllluu^herloua. yesterdaya lot on Grand street fur which^he paid $21,260. The lot belonged to T. C.^Power and the John Sweeney estate. It^hat a frontage of 16V feet aud runs through toUreckeundge street Power's ware-^bouae Is uow ou the lot, but it is Mr. Cur-^tln's Intention to tear down th^ warehouse^aud build a hve story block which he bout**^to complete by next fall. REPORTORIALNOTES tloniauaLodKf, No. 1, I. e^. O. P. MontanaLodge No 1 bold* Its reg^^ular meeting In Odd Fellow* Tempi*,^(Jm keon Street entrance ^,od Tueedey^evening of each week. The hour* of^meellnii are a* follows: January, February, No^^vember sad December, 7 o'clock: March, Aurtl^Hei^t**mber and October, 7:St^; May, June, Julr^1 A agist, 8. Visiting; memhsrs are...

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. — 5 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THKLEGISLATURE Sunday1 Rest Not Sufficient to Bracs^the Members Up for a Big*^Day s Work. TheDay Frittered Away With Nothing^of Importance to Occupy the^Legislative Mind. (Jov. Laellr a* nd^ In the Name* of^Meitil-er* ..f Hit- Hoard of *I^m k ii- Yesterdaywaa i rid red blue Monday with^the majority of both housfi, the menberi^atraKKlUiK in durlug tht* day and taking^their seats with aira of resignation to tht*^Inevitable which were not aaaumed. liusi^n***s dragged along slowly arid nothing of^Importance wan done. The houae see inn^to have receded from ita action upon the^bill creating a hoard of equalization aa It^waa recommended not to pa**. The bill^for an act pri-v* n'mg swim* Iron- running^at large was recornuiended for parage.^The governor sent to the council the names^of the gentlemen who will compose UM IVJ^rltorlal board of at*^rk commiHHlonera and^his recomiueiidatioiift were referred to the^proper committee. The military hill took^up the time uf th...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENI. GEMCITY DOINGS. ThePresent Winter a Most NoUble^One in Bozeman^Pleasant^Social Events. TheGallatin Commiaaionerthip Em-^broglio Settled by the Resigna^^tion of John Potter. Tha4liartM t umpiin; ^t Work. Bor-ln*^for Wnter, line or Oil^The liUllllrry^IT..J.. I halil Not to II* Umm*\ Uo/kman,Mar ii 4 ^(Special lo the Iri^^dic* 1111* iii j I !11* a 1111 ^ r hu beeo notably^asocial oae iu Uozetuan. With two dancing^clubs of a large membership holding assem^^blies i \ ^ r^ sreek, there has been an un^^usual number of private card and dancing^parties. The event of the past week was^the baud entertainment, which netted the^gut*en City band overMrs. A. II. Uersey,who has a wide leputation as a^vocalist, lent her aasistance to the enter^^tainment, together with others of our home^musicians. On Monday night a party will^be given at the spacious residence of Mayor^ilogert, which will probably close the fea-^ti villus until after Lent Thecommissioner embroglio, which has...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. PARADEAND BALL ManyMen Trudge 1 hrough 'he Rain^in Honor of the Nation s New^President. The Pension Hall Beautiful with^F lowers, Banners and Devices^of Many Kindt. .arriMtu Attends the I iiMiigti rut Ion 11*11 butLi ^. ^ - u. |h* Mor* \\ i ll . Hit-^^ n' -.1 M.. l^an Washington,March 4. With wonder^^ful pattniicf the exp+ftant ^^^ '-tt^-i-^wall*Ml for the |^r^ Mission to day while the^inauguration c**remonie^i were in progress.^Th** ratn h*l abaUMl somewhat and taken^the form of a One, driving mist. I^t*sult^*^all of the untoward surroundluKs the^crowd preserved IU m*ni humor. Finally^the head of the great pr'k'esnion turned^into lVumylvanla avenuH on iu inarch to^the white house and Interest eeaawl in all^ajaa. Forty-eight years ago Win. EtsEtfJ^Harrison on his white horse headed a pro^evasion of 4,000 patriots on the same route.^On that day Admiral Porte*^i then a lieutenant) said It was^the finest pageant In the world,^'lo day prohahl) 40,000 men were in...

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