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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 May 1889

ClotlMand Dre-en^t Mate-rials. Tli^-^ity. Am Eleizant |iie-r-s liliods. 1^0 11m, EnbtoMeriu t)8p*H-tin Our^, your trouble. wayson Hand. DHelena. estCompanies. ZEPzrXeLit;., [Avenue. ectour stock.^Telephone MB. .alx^ 1 *: 11 oi*V-^AND, Broadway.He-Mta,^^ Box ^H. teMeans to Secure^ling Distance of -Hi Lots in H^-l^na^.8 from court bouse,^^j ie-rms: Tm per j.erommt. in four^ins. vitb interest at additions.Money HELENA. Tk I udrpf ndenl U Well Eu u 11^ pe d FOB T^B PROMPTEXECUTION^Of til Urdu* for^Cowi iwarclal Printing. ShowPrinting. arsj FineWork of AM Kinds LeadingNewspaper of Montana A.11. ^tix LOCALawl TELEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising Medium. VOL. 30--NO. 141 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY la. 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, Si. LoCTH Block,^MALN STREET. AHELENA STORE tbat car^^ries a^ large a CLOTHING^stock as any tirm west of Chi^^cago. AHELENA KIKM tbat ban dlr-stin.* productions of tbe very^finest manufacturers of the^country. AHELEN...

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. — 18 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 18. 188ft. THEINDEPENDENT rfelena,Mont., May 18, 188*. Jiir at-si^T. INDBPKNDlfTPUB. CO.. PUBLISHBiW. UKUAIIVAT. TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION ,1tysotsscrltasra, *T earraar, par month.... u.si ail i*TT vear......... | T rains.!. newsboys and n**t ituli *wily.^^^' ^^^^ icta %i00 OtHClAL PAPER OF LEWIS AND CLARK*COUNTY. TmINDEPENDENT ui ^ nrj^r sail, clrcula-^10*- than any mwlHOtr MtwMn St. Paul and^^o^tiand and a iargar circulation than any^!^^^' two daily papar* publish*. In Montara.^il na( no ^'^^^ roam aacrata, It* aubacrlption^sooas ar. opan to (nonaction, and It 10 always^.Hd, to jprova .that ita circulation la aa rapra-^^an.ad Entaradat tna Poatornca at Halana ai aacono-^tiaaa mat tar. III!K Mil f a A NIMTE. The-utement telegraphed from New^Vork that a scheme of transit In to be put^in operation, whereby passengers and^freight may be transported between New^York and Boston, l.vt miles, in less than^an hour, would seem to be the product...

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. — 18 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEX1: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1SM^. VE f lisWeek's^ghter Prices 15c20c^25c^30c^50c^35 c^65c^70c^45c^70c 21-2c 7c 8c12 1 2c argamsin^burnishing-^s, Tinware,^Numerous ma,m. t. CURTim i.m. r, iiiding IRK. alls,(hods,^Lift Pump.,^upeotere' Tool* MACORN^^fcANGUS Ccolore,ire, Wktm^^au ObOh Oouds,Eio.. Sl iemoat coxt; i*e^ s^vk CM rOOD*II^CURTIN. lOTEL IN1887.^Bee Accon.^pe ay an :rco. Lumber ntlon.Corre*-^4. P Depot THE LRA OF DIVORCE. poor peoples chances. THEGRAND TOTAL FOR A YEAR SocialMorality No Better Where^Rate is Losv Thar. Where it is^nigh. the Uoston1 ratiscrip': It.' wisdom which^(Win n ttn general ciiDimunity with ex-^\rfi.fin-^- is a painfully acquired product,^^ad ia reached only after a art-at deal ^ f^the s^.na! of the prbdulum ^^( lt. juiry from^aid*- to pid^-. While one-half of the earth is^discussing the queatinb whether ii.-.rr -^-^^^is a failure, and whether it ounht not to be^replaced In a !^-ss riKid union, the other^I.aif is hrinKini; all ...

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. — 18 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY \^. 1880. MECHANIC'SLIEN. JudgeBiake Holds That the Work^^man Has Claims Property Own^^ers Must Respect. SIXTYAND NINETY DAY8.. Th TheyAre Liable for Debts Contracted^by Contractors Who Refuse to Pay^Their Workmen. Contrartingand IrapsfcrtompMy ...a. k. aaasa. JudpeBlast- decided a case yesterday in thedistrict court which will have conaider-^able weight In certain other cases which^are now pending- The decision shows that^a mechanic'* lien is good against the own^^ers ot property. It ia aa follows: 'Idthe case of ttie Montana Contracting^and Iranaler company against A. K.^(iates. 1 am prrpami to make a decision^this morning. This is a esse involving the^iiuesti^u ot a mechanic's lien, and there^are a number ot other cases pending in this^court in which the issues are practically^t^.e sain^-. 1 might say parenthetically that^1 have a knowledge ot the history of the^legislation affecting this question indepe-^pendent of that derived...

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 May 1889

VOL.31.- NO. 142. HEiST A, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1880 NTS HERSHFIELDADD'N. Situatedon Montana Avenue, Just North^of Flower Garden Addition. Tbt'Site of this Addition is a IWutifnl Knoll, and the Bmmtv^on all Sides is Unsurpassed.BITLIHNG HAS ALREADY COMMENCEDThe CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROUNDS adjoinit on thk NoRTii. Only six minutes) walk from the^Northern Pa^ iiic Depot. LargeLots, Cheap Prices, Easy Terms. SixtyLots sold the tirst day the Addition'was on the Market.^No better Lots were ever Offered in this City for Safe Invest^^ment :md Quirk Profits. WALLACE^ THORNBURGH, SoleAgents, Rooms 1,2 and 3. Second Floor First National Rank Building, En^^trance corner Grand and Jackson street*. shor'kscared. NewYorkers Caught in a Squeeze^Caused by the Villard-^Smith Fight. The^Short*^ Thought the Stock^Would Ease Up But Made^^^Miscalculation. Tlit Villard I Uni.nl Surf of Their Tri^^umph. Hut the Smith Faction Do^Not Admit MM FineCarriages, Buggies and Road Wagons, Landaus...

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 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 19.1889. BRIGHTWOMEN. SomePeculiar Experiences of Mrs.^Burnett With People Who Want^Her Autograph. Workof Mrs. E mi I ^f Crawford, the Suc^^cessful Pans Correspondent^of the Daily News. Statu*urthr Wll. .^^ ^ ltta^-rto^ War-Hero-^j.ia of Ladr Whlt^- -I'ortralU of^r*r^-^l^ienti.' Wlvea. ChicagoHeraM Mrs. Burnett, who U^about to sail for Eogland, where she will^^pend the auninier, has some curious expe^^riences with the letter writing public^There is scarcely a day when she does not^fret as many as a dozen letters from strangers^beKKiDirfor her autograph,asking questions.^Imploring hnancial aid or literary advice or^simply pouring forth rapturous admiration^and gratitude. Nimetimes when she has a^^pare moment she sits down and writes her^name over and over again upon a great^^beet of foolscap, and then when requests^come for her autograph her secretary.^Miss Cheillini, has simply to clip a^aiip from this sheet and inclose it in^a stamp...

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. — 19 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 19.1880. ALOSG STRUGGLE. TheFamous Suit of Myra Clark^Gaines Agair.s: the City of New^Orleans. Decision by the United States Su^^preme Court :n Favor of the^Original Claimant s Heirs. I.IUirmLioriEsssSAasj f '1'.' Kil Verll^ t .\|raiii-t llietity^^ , ;r, IMIO. nr.- Tile TheDaM MM Isupreme court last^Monday, in an opinion by Justice Bradley,^^warded the executors ot the Will of. M^ra^Clark 'iaines the gum ot $^.^^ 000 against^the city of New Orleans for the use of prop^^erty sold by the city, but recovered by Mrs.^Gaines after lone litigation. The judgment^of the lower court awarding the executor^$1mo,000 for the use of the unimproved^property sold by the city was not concurred^in. Thecase of the City of New ^ irleans, ap^^pellant, vs. the heirs of Myra Clark i^(iaines, apie-llee, is one of the most noted^in the legal history of this country. It a^noted amoug other ttiingsja.s having the ;^longest record of any caae that has ever i^be...

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. — 19 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MOliNTXG, MAY IS. 1880. THEINDEPENDENT rielena,:\Iont., May 19, PrrmusBBDItut Momxix* axcaJT rD^PKSDINT PUB co., PCBLISH*IU^. transfertheir hostility toward* the (gov^^ernment under which they formerly^lived to the government they ujw ask^for shelter. It would also enable us to^close our port^ against the horde of^ignorant and vicious who are uonstautly^recruiting the Mormon church from the^slums of Kurope. JBUCATiONornta. BKOADWAY TERMSOF SUBS^ RIPTION Mtjsubscribers, by carrier. ByMali -per year AnTrain*, t newsboys end^Weekly, per yew ;*rmontht' ^* ....^ 00^Set*^t ^w4stands OmClALPAPER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE (OUXTT. Vfceindependent kaa a iar^ar *ail* eleeula- |^Ian than any newspaper Between St Paul and^Portland ano a larger circulation tnan any^^tbar two daily papers pubosned In Montana.^It haa no prase roemeecreta. it^ aubacrlptlon |^looki are open to inepection, and It la always^ready totprove thai ita circulation la a^ repre- Entaradat the Po...

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. — 19 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 19. 1889. FOURTHOFJULY. ARousing Meeting Held at the Board^of Trade Rooms, and Steps^Taken to Celebrate TheDay to Be Fitly Observed in Hel^^ena, and the Whole State In^^vited to Attend. CcbiiiIIUvAppolnle.1. Vi hu Will rw Tbat^thr Affair Will It* a SUIT..*. Helenawill celebrate the Fourth Of^Jnly. such waa the vt-rdict of the citizen.'^aeettoK at the lioard of Trade rooms laat^evenine. All that mon^y, enterprise and^enthusiasm can do will be done to make^the celebration a memorable event, at^which the entire st^t^- of Montana ia cor^^dially invited to participate. The occasion^is one which cahs for a time of |lad re^jotcing. On that day the assembled wis^dum irf thi^ new Ktiic ^ili meet la Qtliaa^to undertake a work wliicti shall deteruuue^the future of Montana. It u tnree years^aince Helena had a Fourth of July cele.^bration and on this occasion it i^ proposed^to excel any previous event that ha^ oc-^^ irred in the northwe^t. Theuie...

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. — 19 May 1889

TOEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY lit. Js,*^i. SOCIETYJiOSSIP. S.riking Contrast Between the^Rustler of the West and He^of the Effete East. Ho* Helena s Society is Free Fror^8ome of the Drawbacks of OldCommunities. ConingPI. in. - in ITIrkly Pear ^ aevon-^ii.hi. it.-- a^ Kntertainers-Personal^Mention-The y^frj Cgrnr. Howdoes he live .' Is ^ question more^propounded in the iaru^- eastern cities, than^the west. But bere the word rustler sijmi-^fii s a profession in itself. It may be ap^^plied to no particular branch of trade or^calling and yet include all from the art of^Taporisiug a man into buying a book,^dcwn to the profession of real estate. In^New York, Boston and other large cities^there are hundreds of young men well con^^nected, college bred, social parasites who^have no profession, nor any visible means^of support, but who nevertheless belong to^^well clubs, dress faultlessly, go every^^where, and are apparently well received^by all, save those fond foolish ma...

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. — 19 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENTi HELENA. SUNDAY MOBN1NG. -MAY 1^, li-^!^. THELEPERPRIEST t^ Storyof the Work of Father Damien^in the L-per Prison Hospital^of Molokai. TheSublime Unselfishness and Heroic^Death o^ a Man Who Uved Only^for Others' Good. Bar.t.cfl iH'^ V^u^^ Manhoo.l finallyl^.^'n^ tmm thr^1.4^alli!*^iur of DUf asr^. SewYork .^un: The story of Father^DsmlrD, who died at Kalawao, Uawaii.^April 10, is one of the most impressive of^any time or age. In l^T:l, when he was^but 33 year* old. in full possession of^health and fortune, a man of education and^renaemt-nt, ^a prince coming to hi* king^^dom, ^^ I^amien deliberately offered himself^a* mi.4m^nary to the outcast leper* of the^-a--a ^. litland.t. kuo*.uti 1..;; *. .; aaSat^he. In time, would oecouie a leper alto. In^loM the hr^t symptoms of tue iiornoie dis^^ease manifested, themselves in l^amien;^since that time the heroic priest ha* (^een^^lying the most lingering and fngh'tul^death known to man^ the death to which^he willingly co...

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. — 19 May 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MOKNING. MAY 19, 1888. THEELIZABETH. Nameof the New Mining Company^Which Sprung from the^West Granite. AMeeting of the Directors, in Which^the Syndicate Scheme Carries^the Day. |r (.oquanl l^i*^^al iifietl with the I'ro-^^ ^ ^ Iaad Threaten- to Kr^urt toI tie Court*. Theclosing scenes in the existence of the^Wept Oranite company were enacted in^this city yesterday. The company is no^^tore; it is now the Elizabeth Mining com^^pany, and as anticipated the controlling^^power is held In St. Louis. The meeting^resulted just exactly as was predicted^in^tn^^ adoption of the proposition of the^St Louis syndicate. Mr. Coouard's propo^^sition created but little uneasiness and his^many inuendoes of crooked dealings on the^part of the trustees passed^unnoticed. His plan was not^looked upon as feasible: it was not con^^sidered an honest one. He proposed to^advance (50,000 to liquidate the indebted-^Bess, his security to be a mortgage on the^property at the u...

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. — 21 May 1889

11 ^^^ * vv*\\.*^.o. TkcIndrpf MMi Is Writ ^l worn tbs PROMPTEXECUTION^Of til Order* for^ComiM'cltl Printing Show Printing. *^ FineWork of All Kino* mnfttul. Leading;Newspaper ofMontaia ATTtii_^ JN ews, LOCALani TILKSRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. VOL. 30-NO. 143 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St Loii^ Block.^MAIN STREET. HERSHFIELDADPJ OTHERMARKETS. AHELENA STORE that . al^^lies as large a CLOTHING^stock aa aiiy tirni we-at of Chi cago. AHELENA FIRM that han^dies the productions of the very^finest manufacturers of the^country. AHELENA STOCK that is^marked in plain figures, and^the onlv one in the ciry that is^STRICTLY ONE PRICE. Snuatedon Montana Avenue. Just * ^^th^of Flower Garden Addition. TbflSite of this Addition is a Beautiful Knoll, a .ne Scenerv^on all Sides is Uneurpabs-d. 53f~BUILDING HAa ALREADY^( ^ i.MMEXCED.^ The CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROUNDS^ak.K'In it on the xoktii. Only six minutes walk...

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. — 21 May 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, tuesday MORN IXC,. MAY 21, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT *lena,Mont., May 21, IbtH. mUlDIl)JI,UT Moaa-iaaSxcmrr loiur. ISDsr'iND-J'TPUB. CO., PLBL1^HKKS. JKLKATIONOFFICa, HHOADWAY TERM*Of SUBSCRIPTION It MMtat by carrier, par eoatfc byMali-l*^r yaar.^t~ _roTrains, t.. nswsDOys and lews stands. ^^....p^' rear |1-at^. ^ 00^^ u^I OFFICIAL PATER OF LEWIS CLARKE(OVXTT. rnaINOEPfcNOESlT ha* a larger dally circula^^tor, than any n.wseaeer between 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^am,- two dally aapara pubiianad in Montana^! nn no prai, roam secrets. Ita subscription^eoo^^ ar, open to mas-action, and It la always^reedy to.prova .that Ita circulation la aa rep-e-^*an^ad. Efin'K)at tha Poatotnce at Helena aa aacord-^^la^, mattar. llll HK.MT1 OF THE I'KKftlUEXCY. TheSt. Paul lilobe r-in ark- that the^editor of the Minneapolis Tribune has^had an ambition, to represent his coun^^try at sortie foreign court, and notes with^regret that hit* chance of grati...

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. — 21 May 1889

VE n r TheirReal^Defy Com- _ NOW 21-2c 7c8c 1212c^1 2 1 -2c^35c^55c^15c^20c^25c^30c^50c^31.15^8c^lOc 12 1 -2c 15c25c^35c^50c bare Being LNA,M. T. ,CURTIN na,tfi. i It* uilding t\RE Nails,s Gt udLift, Pumpt,^Caroeuters Tool* ACORN anuFr.mt.. RANGES, erCvK i^ri-^ware. Ul^ricRii Cutfc^i6r^i OooJi ucMSI^r.xs -i :Ti n^*^^^*. -LV Itcurtin. HOTEL .TIN1887.^v Bes Anon.^fr2 p*^ ay an* Ierco Lumber ttention.( uir^^^^r N. P Deoot ,tthe R .TEL. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1889. RIDDLEDWl H bULLEIS. WILDTIMESAT FOREST CITY ARK. r-fbcawy as a preventive and a remedy^for rheumatism. Not ooly is it thorough,^i.ut safe, which the Tt-^Ubie and mineral^l*^it^na, often taken as curatives of the^iiiss-as*-. are noc Beeide* expelling the^rhcsjsMtic virus from the system, it ^ver-^'^^^mes fever and strut*, biliouaneaa, c^n^ti^l-ation and dyspepsia. FatalResults Attending the Efroris of^Negroes to Control a School^Board. LBiuBsn,Ark., May a*. ^Advices^from h',,re-t City Sa.^ that...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT] HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 21, 18*!^. M(i-\JANA_GEMS. ReportedDiscovery of Diamonds at^Eldorado Bar. Fourteen Mile*^From Here The BuzzSaw Gets in Its Work and^the Mangled Victim^Now a Corpse. is AFr*iKbt Trmln Kun^ Into a Handcar K\kMPLE NEEDED. Arldr Ck*dr of.1 udfr Barh U^ the^County Grand ,Jarv. GmatFaLL-s May 20^[ Special to the^Independent-]^ Judge Bach made an able^addxeas to-day to the grand jury, em brae^icg topics of general interest. Kef erring to^pratrie fires he said Inereis a law that has been violated in^this county, and perhaps in every county^ot tbia territory, during the last six months^^that is a law which was passed to pro^a large class of property owners who tret ASAD ACCIDENT. E.Coulter, Deputy Mine Inspector^and ex-City Marshal of Butte.^Meets Death on the Rail. od Injure a Number^uf Laborers. FJicit-m^-nt ran high in HHena Sunday^over ti.r reported discovery ot diamonds^r. ,t,,rado bar, fourteen miles northwest^of tere. beyond the Misso...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 May 1889

'BEREIEB. Market. COHN^ CO indPark Avenue. rayson Hand;^Helena,^rest Companies. .nets.Ufnenil Manager. illniotlern conve-^iice street, lot 40X BE Bridge Street, -liar,Feosta Ave-^60x110 ft. r*ric^j 1I fee^t, nil EleVr-Iltll Pricetl.Goo, each :lif-aplots inHelena^Acre Property ripe-^'Lance. Tk I ^dependent la Vans M^'PP' roa tub promptexecution^Of all orders for Comssorclal Printing. SHOW Printing, antf Fine Work. Of All Kinds LeadiscNewspaper 6f Montana Allt^L6 N^-WS, LOCALaiJKLKHAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising' Medium. VOL 30^NO. 1+4 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Loci* Block,^main HUH. HERSHFIELDADR^': STRUCKA SNAG. Situatedon Montana Avenue 1^of Flower Garden AddifK brth AHELENA STORE that car-^rie-s as laige a CUJTH1KG^stock as any tirin we^bt of Chi^^cago. AHELENA FI KM that han^dies the productions of the very^^^Ml manufacturers of the^country. AHELENA STOCK that is^marked in plain figures, and^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. — 22 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 22. THEINDEPENDENT -lelena,Mont., May 22, 1^89. (rutatossnsa Kzcbtt atosrbaT. INi^PKNDKNT PUB. CO., PUBLISHIRB. BROADWAY TCHMSOF SUBHCR1PTWS jtqS-l*Tttw^r^, hy carrirr pet month|1 ^ rfvMfci'-;*r year^.* iTrains, i o^w.t^oye eo^) teas stands.. ..Seta *7e*ir. ^^** ^^^^'^* tflllllltAlLH OF UKWIS A XL)^(LARK* COUNTY. rMINDEPENDENT Ma a larger Sally clrtula-^!^^ than ery H^mmr Batwaen 8t Paul and^^ortiand and a larger circulation man any^air*- two om , capers published In Montana.^^ l sea no press roam aocrata. ita auhacrtptlon^aooka ara opan to Inspection, and it la alwaye^..... to prove mat its circulation la as repre-^esn.ed Enteredat tr^ PaetorSce at Meiana aa aacond-^tiaaa mat tar. liltMONTANA I^KMIM KA( I Themargin by which the democrats^wilt control the coiiiiiiutioual couven-^tiuii is irrj small, but it it* large enough^fur all practical purposes in fact it was^the dertigu of the enabling act to prevent^either party having a ve...

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. — 22 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 82, 1889. VE NT TheirReal^Defy Com- NOW 2f-Sc 7c 8c 121 2c^1 2 1 -2c 35c55c^15c^20c^25c^30c^50c^SI .15^8c^lOc 12 1 -2c 15c25c^35c^50c ,are Being NA,M. T. tCURTIK pa,M. { fIn uildiru ARI iN^lis, ILift PuroiK, s^ACORN' Iand tamliy RANGL. terCooler*^m^r^; Hi *^riCAU Cuu*r-^ibers Gooqi v h*00M II CUKTIK HOTEL LTIN 1887. _^-ry B^*b Accobb^^^^J i'- ay ant i. ERCO Lumber Attention.Corre*^sar N. P Depot atthe \R 3TBL. POLITICS IN VIRGINIA. THE FIGHT OF THE FACTIONS tintsafe, wtiich the Tegetable and mineral^poisons, often taken a* curatives of the^;..^^^.-. are not. beaides expelling the^rheumatic virtu from the system, it over^^comes fever and ague, biliousness, consti^^pation and dyspepsia OMItestimony Mihones Autocracy and the Active Opposition to It Good for^Democracy Kictjmor.d^p-^-ial : lirnwU William^Jlahone. who lias spent the past two^inorit:.- ..'i W ^-'.i:nf*oii. had a long inter^view .rda^ with I'resident U^rris^^n on^the sut-...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEXT: HELEXA. WEDXESDAY MORXIXG. MAY 22, 188!^. THEBBYSON CASE. JudgeBlake Overrules the Motion^for a New Trial and Gives^His Reason. Points Raised by Mr. Ball.et. the^Defendant's Attorney Not Ac^^cepted by the Judge. AJuror r ull* ^...ui|^et^-nt to w^f Though^He M*v Ha^t Ke^^l Ni^^P^P^r^Ac-count*. Tbecourt room wu well filled yestcrday^afternoon, the occasion being the heaxtDK^of the motion for a new trial in the Bryaon^caae. ^ A. UlaJiet, Brvaon'a atU rney,^m%,W a strong argument in favor of his^rliett. raising pointaof law and submitting^the affidavit which was mentioned yester^^day. Mr. Wallace followed in an able^argument, after which Judge blake t.vrr-^ruled the motion ;or a new trial. The deci^^sion is in substance as follows: Ihav ifiv^-n this case a great deal of at^^tention, in ket-piug with its characu r and^magnitude. As already stated by me, I^h^v carefully examined the U-atiuiouy.^and am reasonably iamiliar with ail tM^point- winch have bfi-n raised by ...

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