ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Helena Independent, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,052 items from Helena Independent, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,052 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 10 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEBIG GRANITE. Ownersand Officers of the Great^Montana Mine Pay a Visit to^Helena. TheMine Good for Year* to Come^and Developments 8tiH^Being Made. Ii i in .in Uulrh South of HutU- ^ ^ ining^to it^ I roiil hn .^ Kivh Mi tal^lkroducf r. L.M KuiuiMy, president of the miimi-^Mountain company. Chariot Clark, presi^^dent of the Ui Metallic, Charles D. McLure^and Taul Kusz, a!ao oftViaU of the U rant to^Mountain, arrived In the city yesterday via^the Northern l'acltic iroui St. IjuuIs. At^**^L l'aul they were tendered the use of the^handsome private car ^Glacier.^ They^will remain lu the city to-day and to-mor^^row will pull out lor l'hiiiptbunc. Col.^Me Lure waa asked by an In dki'kndknt^reporter wliat tlie objt*ct of the visit was,^to which he replied. ^Nothingparticular. We thought we^would take a run out here to aee how things^were running, and also to see the new 100-^atainp mill put in motion. The long tram^^way is not ^et completed, the dflay having^been c...

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. — 10 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT LOVESOF A KING. TheMisspent Life of William III.,^of Holland, Drawing^to a Close. SuddenWealth of ^ Paris Concert^Master Whose Wife Was^in Favor. sue. Anibrr, Hit- iami Hlngir, \\Iimui III- Majsely MmU ^ I ! Pari*('orrcUfKiiidHnc**: Vou ncrxi not^worry over II ^ the news from the Ha|tut^^aUmt tin- Rinit of Holland's health, for^Magon of (irandselve, a rwKlern diviner,^who wishes to bring hark to astrology lU^am-ient glory, and who predicts the exact^date of the death of earh of Kuropf'a sov-^erelgns, grsnts mix more years of life to^William III, fixing the date of his demise^tor IMdi. Aerording to the ronsteNations^the chanres are that his last years will im*^very unfortunate, a* the horoscope of a^man who in born ^under the first degree of^fishes. In the year of the moon in the- ey^^rie of Venus, on the day of Mercury,^ la^not very Haltering. Itought not to make, murh difference^one way or other, though, the date of the^old fellow'a death, for he will ocruuy...

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. — 10 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. RUSTLERKATE. TheCareer of Mrs. Maxwell, the^Wyoming Cattle Woman,^Briefly Told. HerHerds Alleged to Have Increased^More Rapidly Than Nature^Warrants. ^u^Uk^ runiHhm^ul of ^ Mcilmi Who^liiftiilt*-^l Bat IVrooniil Char-^artcrUUre. Cheynnnespwial: The recent pxplott of^Mi v K it.- Maxwell In dotting up a ^brace^^faro h^iiih at llettsemer and Hit*a saving the^Upas of the two ^tin horn^ gamblers who^had robbed her eowboys and were about to^be summarily swung up has raised ^Cattle^Kate,^ as she Is called, to a pinnacle or^notoriety second only to that attained by^lielle Starr. Mrs. Maxwell's ranch Is on^Sand creek, In Sweetwater cuunty. She^rode into town with her foreman, end-red^the gambling saloon, six-shooter in hand,^and while she cowed the dealer, her fore^^man snatched the faro-box and cards and^exposed the trickery of the game to the assembledcowboys. Asalready told, Cattle Kate's Interces^^sion saved the lives of the gamblers, and^they were started out of...

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. — 10 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THELEGISLATURE SweetSaturday Bring* Needed Rest^to Moit of the Weary, Wait^^ing Members. Several Bills of Importance to^Great Number of People Pat*^the Lower House. Id. ( ouiM ll, NlaM t*i^^l MnhmW mm PSSMSj IhiwiiBl *^ll*1 U ^^ and 1ran mm t II. Onesweetly solemn thought aVN si^th^ casual think*-r on things temporal and^that Is that the present legislative assem^bly 1* approaching dissolution and will 5i 11*^ nu inhered with the things thst were,hut should Ml have bwii. Not that^tit** present legislature hu not accom^^plished something, t^nt ^t has done ^o little^that it Is not worth speaking of. Hit* htU^concerning pawnbrokers and junk dealers^patted thi- haW, and selizer water bottle*^are sate after thia. TlM concurrent resnlu^tlon tor the relief a| Auditor Sullivan wss^killed. House hill No. 4U, assignment of^estates ot iiMM to creditors, and house^bill No ^^, to till vacancies in the offices of^county commissioners, passed the house.^The council wan bus...

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. — 12 March 1889

1o\^ Vtvi\\vi\flr,. TheIndependent le Well Kejnlpprd ros rsa^^FROM FT EXECUTION Ofall urdare for^Commercial Priming, Show Printing, and An*Work of All Klnda PlJKll 7 ft. miriNDiNTkMika AssociatedPress Dispatches, BejftI^odkI Kewfi t^efxxtts\^A Larger Circulation than any^other two dally papers in Montana. Itla nnequaled as an ADVKRTISLNG^M Kill M VOL.30--NO. 83 HELENA, MONTANA1^% TERRITORY.TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1889. FIVECENTS Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAQUIRE. Min|^r ONENIGHT ONLY, TuesdayEvening March 12 THE Patsy[ardiff [omMnatioii SixRound Exhibition Between PatsyCardiff and Prof.John Donaldson. LocalTalent Will Assist onMatliiK of Billy Hawkins Frank shepley,^Flyna Brothers, Alex end Jake Uoodwin A$60 puree will be (Ivan to any ona who can^bast Prut Donaldeon or Oardlff In tlx rounda. Admiaalon76c, Raaarvad Saati 91 Doora^opan at 8 30^Tho OardlfT Donaldson aat to at 0 30 Mmgs Opera House JOHNMAQUIRE. Manager POSITIVELY ONENIGHT ONLY,^FRIDAY, MARCH 15, IUK WORLD FAMOUS OvideMu...

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. — 12 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 12, lbfcW PcaueaiDStmt IMM Bicarr *1omd*t INDEPENDENTpub. 00aj PUBLIBHEK1*. PJBLU'ATlONOPPICB, - BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION^My Habacrihere, hy carrier, p^ moatb V jJJ ByMfcU-(^r tmt^ jnTrains, 11 newaboya ud newa staatls pam AmUj.PMIMIP W orrtClALPAPER OF M' NTANA 4MB^I.% WIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. ihtINDEPENDENT hat e lersjsr ^alls ctrtuta-^tton than any aewepaper between 81 Paul and^^orttand and a larger circulation than any^etber two dally paper* published in Montana^11 hat no press r*em secrets; IU subscription^sooksare opan to inspection, and It la alwaye^reatfv to prove that itt circulation It at repre-^tantad Entaradat tha Postorflcs at Haiana at second-^^ latt matter. AObbman fleet nailing: up l'rlckly^lVar BBBBl to ahell HhIhih 1h a -ik1 I that^may tw^ fiiwcttnl when war Ik dH'larwl^in BBtBBjfjMMBfl Mm Hauioan ilifllculty.^KorllflcatioUH are iihmIimI. IT^ Haiti of Font man UT-(it*nHral Wan-^maker that he nan never been InHitle of a^^ircUHte...

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. — 12 March 1889

IMJLUBF- MASSACREOF HAYTIANS. WILDTIMES AMONG THE BLACKS. Segitime'sVictorious Troops Show^No Mercy^The Town of Qrand^Saline Reduced to Ashes. NewYobk, March lL-The World to^^day says: A et*aiut^r arrived at this port^yesterday briutelDK tQ^ news of a bloody^battle between Legitime'* and Hippolyte's^forces and a massacre by tbe victors. Cap^^tain Kraser brought a copy of La Patrte, a^Uippolyte organ, publisbeil Feb. 13. con^^taining an account of the battle and mas^^sacre at Wrand Sallr.e. llippolyt*'s forces^in that city were commanded by Uena.^Mom Point and Jean M z ratio. Legitimt* s^army iN'gan an attack on the outposts early^in February. They were repulsed several^tim^s, but finally succeeded in carrying^them, and a few days later wete masters^of the city. Legitime s men were so elaU-d^over tbelr succeas that tbey immediately^commenced to pillage the town, Druukeu^soldiers shot one of the prisoners for some^trilling matter ami tins was a nigual for a^general outbreak on the par...

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. — 12 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE ToMake Up for Lost Time the House^Held an Evening Session,^With Many Absent. Council Passes a Number o* Bills^But Fails to Pass Bills Relating^to County Boundaries. K-nii*Nl^'^ Hill rroiWIng for rOntln* ituih.it^t ruMir Ba^aaM ^;^^ to th^ ii^wrn^r. Thehouw did Ml HUM until yrstrr-^terday aHMSM M held a night station^in order t^^ make up for lost time. Speaker^Mantle wan IMMplMNI by Ms abaeoce at^tin- evpuitiK' k^-smihi. other member* alao^failed to put In an api^*aranc^ but were^prement in (t^roe at the opera hotiae. The^1st Mil ooctipii-d the attention ot the house^at both aennioni and many many were the^remarks u.ade upon its provisions by the^m,'iiit*r^. The ciniucll met promptly at 10o'clock and dinposi d of considerable^bu*iness. The bill to define the **a*ti rn^h.i.mUry si I^^**-r LeiM county was lost by^atif \ote. The bill to c-lisui|te the boundar^^Uurs of Cascade and M^-*r ^ r counties was^lost. Kennedy's bill, the AiiHtraiiau sya-^ti in nt voiniK* ws^ handt-...

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. — 13 March 1889

Tk Imdepeudent Is Wall S^alpped worn TBI^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofv! Orders fur^Commercial Printing, howPrinting, and FineWork of All Kind* VN313H 'AHWS- 0183d J3HA VOt.30--NO. 84 TfcoIKDlflN DBBfT huthi AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ejft^odkl Jfewjf fjepoft*,^A Labokb Circulation than any^other two daily papers Id Montana. Bto ^MxotUod m ^a AdvertisingMedium. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1889. FIVECENTS 10 WITHOUTANY LOSS. JU8TRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER CO.'S FAMOUSFINE F*^^VVEAR. Better,Fiiifr More EuropeanPremium Bonds.^WITH $5.00 Toncm secure a right to take part Id 10 draw-^tag* aanu*Uy aad el tbe seru* tlma bo^credited to tha pu re b Beers ec-^cuuat, Prises of 200,000,100,000, 50,000.Etc. Ti rSI T I O ThanAny Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST wishto examine the complete line will receive^prompt and courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO.. Sole Agents. (NKXTTO FIR8T NATIONAL BANK.) \VKAVIfi ACHA1N. Tbaaala of tbaaa bond* to la acmri^tha United states law...

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. — 13 March 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT TheiNDEPt n JE n T has b larger dally cireuia-^lion than any eewepaper between SI Paul and^^ortland and a large*- circulation than any^^thar two daily papere pubtlehed In Montana,^it naa no praat room aacrats, Us subscription^eookssrs opan to impaction, and It If always^ready to prova .that Ma circulation la aa repre-^^an tad Enters*at tha PoatoWca at Halana aa eecord-^iiass matter. Kl11(11 1^ NOMIN ITIOM Thecouncil ypHtt'MBy rejnctwl thn^nomiiiatious wnt In sVVtftl wn^Iw affn^by 8ft. Leslie fortheottimt of l**rrit4^rlal^auditor, treasurer, attorney-general ami^HupHrintHidHnt of public instruction.^Tkt nominee for territorial librarian,^MIhh l/m (.uthrie, wa^ confirmed. The^puhllc will MMtTM thin action by the^council a-* Mag feSSs*1 IfM partisan^motives for a committee, awiHt*! by ex^^pert accountants fuiled Ut discover any^llaw iu the account* of tin* fiduciary^officer* of the territory, and no complaint^ha-* bct'n made a^ain^t the nominees for^attorney jreiientl an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 13 March 1889

CRIMESOF MONGOLIANS. VICTIMS OF CHINESE FIENDS. MilwaukeeCelettiad Held for Court^on Charges Which Have Enraged^the People of that City. Miiwai kkk, March 12 'I'M.* examina^^tions of the two Chinese lauDdryruen, Ua^Ding and Sam Tip Ya, chanted with en^^ticing little girl* to their dens and ruining^tbeui, began yeaterday. The names ^ f^at least twenty victims are known, their^ages ranging from | U^ 13 years. Three o(^them told their stories iu court to~day( and^additional evidence will be taken to-uiur-^row. The disclosures are an bad that a^atrong feeling agaiust the Chinese in the^city prevails. The detailnol the Utile girls'^testimony are unfit for publication. Forty^poltcemen were out to protect the prisoners^en route betweeu the jail and court house.^A crowd of _'^^^' men and boys followed^them to the court house In the morning,^but no violence was attempted. In the af^^ternoon a portion of the crowd proceeded^to wreak vengeance upon the habitation*^of the Chinese on Chestnut an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 13 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE CouncilConfirms and Rejects Certain^Nominations of the Governor in^Two Executive Sessions. TheHouse Will Not Concur in the^Council Amendment* to the Mine^Inspector Bill. BothHuiiMi(^rl I^o^u lo Ac!t^^- ^ ore. ami^Tram mm i a larKe MMI ^f BwiMM^i Hold Mghl Hr^^iua^. lJothbranches of the lejcUUture disposed^of a bin day's work ywurday. Bwsidw^vutlng on ft bftlch of important MSNM^the council hW.t two executive sessions. In^the first session the notninfttions for the^medical boftrd. board of stock commission^^ers ftnd librarian were confirmed, while^those for treasurer, auditor, ftttorney gen^^eral and superintendent of public Instruc^^tion were ptjected. During the second^session Dr. Holloway, who was once^rejected ftnd renominated, wfts confirm* d.^lu the house the members refused^Ut concur In the council amendments to the^mine inspector bill, and the bill will be dis^^cussed by ft conference committee The^e mncil bill concerning taxation, which^u-nd* d to Interfere wi...

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. — 14 March 1889

Tk Indspendent u Well k^aippesl FOS TUB PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all orders for CommercialPrinting, ShowPrinting, and Fin.Work Of All Kindt VOL.30--NO. 85 Mtltm tnfotni. The1MDRPINDKNT kaflk* AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*tI^o^^l Jfew-: fjefort*^A Labgie CncuLATioif than any^other two dally papers in Montana. Itla unaxceUad aa as AdvertisingMedium, HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1889. FIVECENTS King'sOpera House. JOHNMAOUIHfc. Manager POSITIVELY ONENIGHT ONLY, FRIDAY,MARCH 15, TUBWORLD FAMOUS OvuleMusin^Concert Co'y. [M~s aU nr.- nnw OB sate^aur a without extra charge atPope A O't'on I'llt II I K BRA nss, 1'rssi.smiliua. Mirr. I.I) BlIWlKToN, tiec'yasd Tress. PublicSampling: Co. CDsi^Beota of Ore Solifited. iplfaof aacb jot^^ Mfl.-i- i t ftamaltara ana^blfhsst Blddsr. WRITEFOR^City office at Second TalapbonaNo. 71.^sampling Works at Northern tanaCentral railroad Junction.^Take Motor Lloe weat. Kubmlttetf tbaOrs aold TERMS.National totbe^to tbe ink. Pacificand Mod ...

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. — 14 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 14, lbb PnuraiDKrur Mnaaiaa Kxiirr Moiidat indepindenthub. co., PUBL1HUKKS. PJBUCATIOtlOPFICI. * BROADWAY tkhmsnr subscription. a.tySahefrltwre, hy carrier, per b^ontb Mfl By*eli -per yeari snTrain*, i newsboys ^Dd at*we ^taads ft rta^*eekly, ,-er year^^ w officialpa MM ^** clarkecouxtt. ThaINDLPCNUEN Th^M larger dally clrruia-^lion than any mwipuxr between St Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^etber two dally pepars publlahad m Montana.^.lha.no praaa room aacrata. Hi auhacrlptlon^eaoaeare opan to inapoctlon, and it la always^,Mo^ folpr^athat its circulation la aa rapra-^tantad tntar.d at tho Poatofnca at Hstena as aecond-^^ ^^^ matter ThkSt. Ptul Globe'-* Wanhlii((U^n for-^rehjwnileiicf of March l^ Hayn: ^Mon^^tana ought to twi Mtpii f^ak to the -HiatP,for Mi work merit* it. The new^hUU^ 1h likely to he ilemocratif. jmlglnjr^from information rtwivwl at thift din-^tance. iNimATH'NHare tliBt the Hrymu mur^^der cam* will he Huhmitted...

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. — 14 March 1889

EDITORDAWSON KILLED. THEFATE OF A WELL-KNOWN MAN ALeading Citizen of Charleston, 8.^C., Shot by Dr. McDow^The^Public Much Excited. tbevrr^ beat remedy. Kvery bottle sold^baa given r^U^f in every cane. Oue man^um)k tlx bottle*, and waa cured ot rheum i^Usm of ten years' standing.^ Abraham^Hare, dniKa*t*t, BellYllle, Ohio, affirms:^^ 1 hi- best selling medicine 1 have ever^handled in ray twenty years' experience, ts i^electric bitters.^ Thousands of others have '^added their testimony, so that the verdict |^la unanimous that electric bitters do cure I^all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood. I^Only a half dollar a bottle at R. C Hale A \^Co.'s drugstore. Charleston,S. C, March 18 -CapL K.^\V Dawson, editor of the News and^Courier, and agent of the Associated Tress^at this city was murdered yesterday by^T. H. ate Dow, a physician of this city. Jt^aeeuis McDow, who Is a married man and^the father of a family, has been Uw famil^lar with a Swiss maid in Captain Dawson's^family, and Ca...

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. — 14 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE AVery Lively Day was Yesterday in^Both the Upper and Lower^Houses. NumerousBills Disposed of, Import-^^nt Among Which it the Boiler In^^spector Bill, Which Pissed. Thet lo.ti.g Hours are ^ bsrw l^rlxrU by^HtUrlty im tli* llous* w III Adjourn^kin* l^lf To-ui|(bt. Businesswsj rsrrird on with a rush In^both houses yesterday, and many bill*^went bsrk and forth from house to council,^and It looked ** though the legislators de-^^Ired to clear up the calendar. Hut they^didn't, and to day the last of the session^will be a very busy one. The jroveranr^signed the Australian voting hill, snd se^^ersl other Mil* were handed him for hm^consideration. In the house the membem^amused themselves by throwing jmp* r^balls, robbers sod wsste baskets at earh^other, snd by midnight to-night will un^^doubtedly substitute the*** missile* for^chairs and cuspMorea. The house adjourned^about mldnlghL Till.i CM M ii Themembers of the rontiril were some^^what tardy in making their appearance^yest...

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. — 15 March 1889

TheIndepeuaeut U Well Kqalpped roe mi PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders for OommircU!Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kindt Fn~PUBLfC MBRARV,^HELENA ThuMDiriitDINTkillk* AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8*t I^odkl ffewrf Report**, ALarokb Cibcclation than ^ny^other two daily papers In Montana. ItIt n^iflUd w u AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 86 HELENA. MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1889 FIVECENTS \ JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Better,Finer and aMore A-JFLTISTIO ThanAny 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, (NEXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBKKS AND DIA a KB IN AgriculturalImplements, -A.1ST ID MININGMACHINERY Justreceived, a complete new stock of DEEREPLOWS AND HARROWS, riorDrills anil Broadcast ft STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STE...

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 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Moiit., March 15, lbbW. PcrautaanKvimt Moaniiim Ixcirr Moviur hwudotpub. co.. mum P3BUCATIOBIOPflCl, ^ BROADWAY. TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. JltyMB!rtbara, by earrlBr. \^t month . ByMall- p*r r^ai^^ *nTrain*, l tn*wi^n.)b and !^*^^ ^Und^ .^^^MB)^*^^kly, i^^r S3 * | .* ik* OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS ANL^CLARKE COUNTY. ThaINDEPENDENT h^^ ft larger Bally clrcula-^uon than any atwapapar batwaan St Paul and^^ortland and a largar circulation than any^atbar two dally ataara publlahad In Montana,^it ha* no praat roam aacrati, Its aubtcrlptton^aooaaara opan to Impaction, and It la alway*^raady tojprowa .that Ita circulation It at rapra-^tantad tnttradat tha Poatofflca at Heiana at aacond-^^ laat mat tar. ANABOUT!* t I ^ ItrATHiV Thela^t l*^*Mativ* aNNeuMy of the^territory of Montana mart** an abortive^attempt, in the la*t day- of it* othrrwl**^un-\ fiitf'il eiNtvuce, to usurp a j^owMr^which act of MpM hasconfiilwl in tht*^con-titutional coiMention that in to bh-^Hembie lu thin ci...

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 March 1889

THERUMOR BASELESS. NO CONFLICT AT SAMOA GermanOfficial* in Mataafa's Domin.^ion Not at All Aggrewivo^Amori-^cans Ready for Trouble. Aih*lahd, March U.-Advloee Juit re^^ceived from Samoa ibow there waa no^basis for the sensational rumor of an trn-^gagrinent between the Nlpalc and ii^-rmau^Corvett Olga. Far frow thla, the German^officials In the Island have eutirely glvm^up their aftgreeslve policy. The proclama^^tion of martial law has been publicly with^^drawn and the Germans have abandoned^all claim to the right of searching Incom^^ing veascls for coutrabands of war. Uoth^these steps havt* met with th^* hearty ap^^proval of all foreign residents at Apia, and^have had a quieting effect. I n usual trail-^utultty prevails Uirougbout the island.^Mataafa, however, has a force of tntopH,^estimated to be o.OOO strong. TamaseaVs^army consists of about TOO. The men of^war both German and American, still re^^main at Apia, ready for any emergency^that may arise. AdvertisedLetters. Lettersfor ...

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 March 1889

TheSixteenth Legislative Assembly^of the Territory of Montana^Expires by Limitation. ItsClosing Sessions Marked by a^Foolish Attempt at Partisan^Legislation. -r* nm An TfHH FT\T1\ I mwt and not be swaytni t^^ th^ MlBM In- LASTOF ITS KIND. w^-j^*s^!ssg Mttooality.to become tuvtv ^^^^^Jwa\^Mt anii controlled ea44fe4j hy party ln- ure,though ordlnaril) talT, UWllMj jjji^of ttif little tH^^ w.tlitl... n.-w red wajNin.^who didn't want aajbo*| to H,oh^tear U BlfM be taken awty. 1 WfJg^Jf^wu not ruled i.) a party, but by lh^^^pie. For Himself be felt bat be re -re^^lented not a part^ but a dUtr.et. Were 5ewtmm ^^ r-^ve n^ rtofcfw warnedtbe OMNMlUoa that Mich l*fwa-^tion would reart upon iu authors. He^asked for a fair Sate* for one hoi r^in which the matter m.tf'i' !^^ roii^.tered,^As the uiesMire no* m.MMiit wMdainiiable,^and he felt that his duty to bis district re^oulred that he not only WPSJ but raise hla^voire in eario-m pMteM aysinM it. thatthe measure was not iiitn-lucwM** put^K^Hk-...

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