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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. WASIT STOLEN JohnMurphy, a Boosttr, on Trial for^Embezzling: Money From His^Employer. A QUESTION OF LAW. Interesting Developments in How^Games of Chance are S ml to^be Run in Helena for^Rtvmue. AjH-cuhiir rase la on trial In Just *^Plwarlier'a court. The evidence Is all in,^ami the arguments will '^^^ hi*ard thta NfaV^inn. John Murphy in aroused of robbing^his employers, TfcSSJjM and Martin Crahan,^of 9104 Murphy claims ttiat he won the^money at one of the innumerable games^run at Crahan's saloon and licensed K *^^bUng house on Man atreet Murphy Is^familiirlv known as a booiter for a team^bltug house, and his conviction or acquittal^will have a great deal to do with tin*^booster of the future, whether under the^law he will be permitted to win at games^and keep the money for himself or whether^If he do anything of the kind he Is liable^Co arrest an 1 imprisonment tor larcny.^The rase is a peculiar one and involves a^good many law point*, whatever may be^the o...

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. — 16 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT TWONEWFLOURING MILLS DILLONAND MISSOULA AWAKE TheH.me Demand and Natural Re.^sources to he Taken Advantage^o* by* Progressive People. DillonTriton*-: TtM demand for a^^oaring mill al Dillon has lieen Increasing^for M vi-ral yearn past. The attempt, here^^tofore, to organize a company or organlxa-^tlon tit-rt- to i T* ^ \ a iIotiniiK nullI a* pMM^a failure, owing principally to la^k oi in^tereat in tit*- enterprise, ami to the imlitt. r^anee of those who are dirertly inter EM^tn the matter. K*ewitly a number of gen tlemeiiv th^- matter in hand, and their Investigationof the subj^*e,l resulted fa\^ir^ably aH a hii-in* oh pri^iMtHition The tern^Wry immediMtely surrounding Dillon In^well adapted to wheat raising. When at^iHntion is turned to wheat raising, m It^must he soon, the annual )iehl of^wheat In this section will tie large.^The organization of a companr to^build a llourlng mill was completed a few^few da)^ay^^. and the ^ i ^ rl ^ e: Milling^company wan in...

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. — 16 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENI. OBERLYON IND AN NEEDS DUTIES OF SUPERINTENDENTS. TheCommissioner of Indian Affair*^Discusses the Best Thing to beC^Done for the Nation's Wards. nationaltopics pertaining to the Knights^of Labor. Among other thing* he stated^that one of the four alleged founders of the^Knights of Labor who are trying to estab^^lish a new order in Philadelphia recently^offered to sell out the new order to him tor^$400, and he had satisfactory proof that the^same person had previously offered to nell^out the new order for ^IO0, and he had sat^^isfactory proof that the same person had^previously offered to sell out to Johu Wan^naniaker. Washington,Jan. 15 ^Commissi uer^of Indian Affair* OfcMaJ in his annual re^^port dim-usaes the art of June *^*W, lHhK, by^which Mm authority ami duties of superin^^tendents ot Indian sellouts were extended.^The commissioner reaches the conclusion^that the most natiral, economical and^effective administration of Indian seho ^is^will be secured by ...

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. — 16 January 1889

IIF.LEN'ADAILY INDKI'HXDENT. RAILROADRUMBLES. RobertLaw, Formerly of the North,^ern Pacific, Takes Charge of tha^Montana Union. ROCKY FORK COAL. The.Resignation of Assistant General^Manager Buckley o* the North^^ern Pacific to be Followed^fey Change*. DurinKthe MM of Uih *'iiKlnt**irs' strike^In Butt**, (KCMioiiwI by th^ allt'Kwi arul^trary conilurt ot MwUr M^*^hanl^* l^a^of the Montana Colon, Siiprrlnl^mlenlU.^W. Dickinson |MM i^ out that hi VM r^*-^^|m.i,- ^ ^ for the actions of the matter^niechaiiu* and It wan against him tli** com-^plaiuU should he NkIk* *t. an^i that lie^would renljtn hefore h* would arrede Ut the^deiuandt of the tuen who walked out^to^discharge Kuan from the service, i'uhllr^^enttment wm divided, hut aa the trouble^neri-Hsitatt ^l the stoppage of operations at^the Anaconda works, the public^were ajram-t the nuperintendeiit and^thought he should aak Koaa to^lOatftft rather than keep thousand* of men^nut ut einpl(i^ment. The ntiperinU*ndent^waa ohatlnate aa a mu...

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. — 17 January 1889

ThaBeit Local Hewa Reports. LargestCirculation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^abrbast oFtHB times. The)Only morning++ HBWSPAPBR X2STHELENA ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Givingall the Newaof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 37. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1889. FIVECENTS ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Lav MASONK' ! K v i UK LENA, M. T MASSENAbULLAKD, Attorneyand Oounaeler at Law, da LENA,^ MONTANA Willmm Ure Id ell r^mrt^ uf record la tbt^ Ter Htorv offl - In Gold Bloek. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOKMY-AT-LAW,HOUM % AHHUY BLOCK, ^ HELENA, M.T. OR.M. ROCKMAN, PhysicianSurgeon.Acooucher. Oculist andAunst Memberof Hen r^ruclecu Medical Huciety, alec^Nevada Hut* Medkal Society OSlre- Parrhen a rug store, corner above Matr^^Mi Broadway, Entrance un Broadway and Jack^bh.n. Helena, Montana i onaultaUona In Uermaa andKnglath. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Kitten yearn' experience ae OCULISTAND AURIST Herforma ell opereUons end tre^te alldle^*eeea^of...

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

THEINDEPENDENT rlrtlena, Mout., .Tau. 17, fCBUaHID IE V BUT mosjunh IHIFT WMfi n:^K: tiM'KNT TUB. CO.. Pl'BUMlBUN pjsuoatioiornoa, BHOAUWAY TERMSof SCDSt.RIFTION. *|wSabarrl^h^rs, *r carrt#r i*t m^nih . .. $1 * ByMall l-f jmt. .mTrain*, t ^ Bf^'Myi ud KaoUa . ^ ^^^Wwkly, i*r ^*arw officialI'ArtR Of MOMTAMA ABB lewisAShi l.ARKL iuCSTY. IbtiNUEPtNOENr hM ^ '^'^^^' Honthan *ny nswapaper bat*aan Bt Haul and^^ortiand and a largar circulation than any^athar two daily papars publiahad In Montana.^^ t hat no proaa roamaacrsla. Its suhacHptlon^auoatara op^n to impaction, and It la alwava^^adyto pro*a tn#t Bj circulation Bj as rapra-^tantad Cntaradat tha Poatofflca at Malaga at aacor d-^atatt mattar ^ - THEGARFIELD DOCTORS.^It Ih seveu y*^nrn uinl fotir uioiitliH hUich^I'rHNiileiit ^inrlM^l died fr^^iu the a#Bfftl^of the ^hot tired Bf HMbTIBB I M^MM^tlirn* month-* ami a half hrfore. hut in^Hpite of the lapHt* of time the HiiimoMtif*^that ^|^ra!itf up between the Hanliin^'ii^dortorn then, limi...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 January 1889

AFTERFIVE LONG MONTHS A LETTER FROM STANLEY, TheAfrican Explorer Reported Well^and Emin Pasha 8a id to be in^No Need of Assistance. IHMU.J^o. In^The flret letter^written by Henry M. Stanley atnce he left^the ooaat of Africa wu received by post^iaet night It in dated at Itcrnu, Boual^a^Muretia, Au^. 17, and U addrenaed to the^Arab sheik, TUfM Tib, whom Stanley^left in charge of affalra while he puihed^forward to Eiuiu l'asha's relief. The lettt r^li plentifully beaprtnkled with *aiaaiiii^,^salutation* and professions of having* a^good heart aud other Oriental tenon^of speech. Aside from these^the letter contains the following In^^formation: Stanley was In flood health^with a party couponed of 130 Wantfwauas,^three soldiers and bixly six of Kuan's na^Uvea He left Kuiin rlghty^ two da^s oe-^tore on the NyanM, makinK the trip wlih^the Iw ol only three men^two drowned^aud *^ne demited. il^- touild the white^ujeu looking for Kmtu ^utte well aud an^other while man, Cassu, also well. Kuiin^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheThird Bay's Proceedings Indica^^tive of Much Good Work in^the Future. MEMORIALTO CONGRESS. Councilind Hous* Cannot 4gree^the Matter of Appointing Clerk*^The Hous* Adopts Rules of^Order and Business. Theleglnlatm- MtMMf) which was ^*t^Id Mttol )*^t Monday Is gradually U*^coming, hannonl/- ^l in iU component parU,^and with dMSastlltfsl engineer* tn charge^wilt If the mi ^1 tf^^* nrst week be moving^without jar or trillion. Vent**ntay wm^the third ^J^^. ami agiMxi advancement was^made t^.waM^ getting Into working order,^the council tteing farther ahead in that di^ra tion than the house, but thisshouMtH-^exjieeted, as it Is a much smaller ImhIv.^The council did two things yeaUrda)^which five general satisfactioti. A reaolu^tion, Introduced by lion. Jerry Collins, ex^^tending to Delegate T^^ole thanks l^*r th^*^noble stand he tia4] taken in U-hal! of Mon^an .'a right for btatehooit wa^ pan-ted with^but two votes in tlie negative. Thejoint resolution, introduced by lion...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^abreast oFtHS timss. **EEPUBLIC L/BRary^HELENA titiicttt ThaOnly MORNING!++ NBWSPAPSR Z2THELEMA ThatReceives a Telegraphic Report Olvlnsalltha Newiof the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 38 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1889 FIVECENTS ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyana Counselor at Law MASONICTBMPoh UfiLKNA, M T. MASSENABULLARD, Attorneyand Counselor at La**, dBLBNA. i MONTANA WUIprartlc* tn ell f. art. of word la the Tar^^ Hur v Office In Hold Block. R.G. DAViES, ATI'OHNKY'AT-Lil W, HOOMs, AftllBY BLOCK. ^ I1BLINA. M.T. DR.M. ROCKMAN. PhysicianSurgeon,Acooucher. Oculist^and Aurist Mautr uf r*an Francisco Medical Society, alao^Nevada State Medical Society. OMoe Fare hen a I rujr ^tore, corner above M ale^and Broadwav. Entrance on Broadway and Jack-^eon. Helena, Montana, louultatioos In German^and Rnjtllah. Eye,Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, fifteen) ears' experience ae OCULISTAND AURIST...

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 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Jan. 18, 1869. fUftl-iailBD KVRHY MOMIM IXCIPT MoMDAT 1n1)BI'NDSNT PUB. CO., Pl'BI.IMlEKN VJBLR'ATlON OFKH'B. BKOAUWAY TEHMS or srBSVRIPTIoS ;nybuhecrtttere, *^y curler, per aionth UyMali-par year^ ^ JnTrtlDi, t n**w^hi^yt ud oewe etandt^Weekly, pe^r year .t 00^.Sett^$^ (hi OFFICIALPAPER Of MONTANA ASP^t.EWIS ASU CLARKE ( nl'STT. TheINDEPENDENT has ^ larger dally circula^^tion than any newspaper between 8t Paul and^^ortland and a larger circulation than any^^iher two dally paper* published in Montana^i nil no preat roam eecrett. Its auhscrlptlon^era open to inspection, and It Is always^to prove that its circulation Is as repre^^sented 2^*^Entered at the PostonVe at Helena as seco- d^^ taea matter. THEFORT ELLIS LANDS^The house of representative* very^promptly adopted themnncil joint ninni-^orial, yesterday, wking congreHi .to do-^nut* the Fort Kilts reservation lands to^the territory of Montana for the estab^^lishment and maiutenanre of an agri^cultural...

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 January 1889

MONTANAMINING NEWS. THE IRON MOUNTAIN DEAL. Note*of Pro^ret^ of the Great In^^dustry in and About Deer Lodge^County's Mines. Yesterdayafternoon the incorporators of^the Iron Mountain company met In tbe^parlors of the Thomas Cruse bavinus bank^tor the completion of the deal of the Iron^Mountain mine nml the transaction of^other business. The ordinal ovruers of^the property, Meairt. D. K. S. Krszler, W.^K. Jones and Krank Hall, were also pres^^ent The consideration of the transfer,^which Is said to be $100,000, was paid up,^both In cash and stock of the company, a^large block of the latter bein*^held by them. The company^is capitalized at $ft,000,OOOt divided^into 600,000 shares at $5 each. One hun^^dred and titty thousand share* are reserved^as treasury stock, and It was ordered that^10,000 shares he placed on the market at 50^cents. The officers to serve lor tbe next^three months were elected. They are:^Presideut, Thomas Cruse; vice president,^KobL ^. Hale; secretary and treasurer, ...

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 January 1889

THELEGISLATURE. ThePresident of the Council and the^Speaker of the House Appoint^Standing Committees WORK BEING PUSHED. G.A. Bennett Filet a Notice of Con-^test for the Seat of Walter M Bick-^tord in the Council -Referred^to the Election Committee. Thelegislaturedown to work, andconsiderable business was transacted^\ ^ ^^ i I.l\ in both houses. The council^and the house both announced their stand^^ing committee*, the council committee!^giving more satisfaction than those of the^house, but no asserttou has been made that^Speaker Mantle did not do the best he^could under the circumstances. Mr.^Hunt, chainnsn of the judiciary^at mnn ittee, is an able lawyer, and^bills which go through Ml hands will^be correctly reported. Several members,^It is understood, did not receive the chair^^manships they wanted, but the^pie war n't big enought to go^around. The Joint resolution^authorizing the appointment of extra^clerks, passed as amended by the council,^and Kugepe French was named b^ .speaker...

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 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABRSAST 0F~THS TIMES. VN313H ThoOnly MORNINQ++ HBWSPAPBR^That Realm a Telegraphic Report Givingall the) Newsof the World Daily. VOL.30--NO. 39. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1889 FIVECENTS ASHBURNK BARBOUR, Attorneyana Counselor at Law MASONICTIMI*l,B. HKLKNA, M T MASSENABULLAKD, Attorneyand Counselor at Law, hblina,montana WU1practice In til CAtirU of record In to* Ter^^ritory. Umc* In Gold Hi. - k R.G. DAVIES, attobnby-at-law,MOON A, AhHHY BLOCK, ^ llgLBNA, M t. DR.M. ROCKMAN, PhysicianSurgeon,Acooucher. Oculist andAunit Memberof Had Kranri^^^ Medical Society, eleo^Nevada Kiete v ^ i *1 Hoelety. Office-fiffMn! ^ rug store, corner above Main^and Broadway. Bntrnnce on Broadway and Jack^^on. Helena, Montana. Coaaultadona tn German^and English. Eye, Gar, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Fifteen) ears' experience ae OCULISTAND AURIST Perforinsall operative and treats all disease*^of...

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 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helen**, Mont., Jan. 1W, lh6w. t'SUDHIl' IEVIRT MiinNlHW KMH MoKDAl. IMl)KriNIKNT PUB. CO., FCBLIHHKKh, bhoauwav TERMSof Sl IiS( RIPTIOX mSnbarrU^^TS. *jr carrier, i^ month d Mall~l*r year ^^^ jnTra*n^, t m**s*oya and n^*wa ^Undi^^*a*kly. tw $100 .t 00^f^cta^13 (ii the independen I haa a tartar dally circula^^tion than any newapapar batwean St Paul and^Portland and a larjar circulation than any^tthar two dally papara publiahad In Montana^^t hat no praaa room aacrati, Us aubacrtptlon^Books ara opan to mapactlon, and It la alwav*^-^ad^ to prova that Ha circulation la aa rapra-^lantad Citaradat the Poatomca at Maiana aa aacord-^^iaaa mattar. THEFORT ELLIS MEMORIAL.^T|| Jtouw* ha* referrtMl the K*^rt Ball binrnMnmemorial, ^Naft mm **ut downfrom the council, to tin* comiuittet*^on t'^lucttti^^n, lulHirHiid fw!t*ral relation*.^If the representation U true that the^reference \h for verbal aftaaflfM merely,^the memorial should not he |ieruiitted^to slumber in committee. The o...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 19 January 1889

VETOEDBY CLEVELAND. THE DUTY OF SUBORDINATES, AnOpinion From the Preaident on^the Payment of Money by Federal^Officials Without Authority. Wahbinuton,Jan. 18.^ The president^haa returned to the aenate without Mi ap^^proval a bill to pay W,*UU to William I^.^Wheaton and Charles li. Chamberlain, for^many year* prior to IN79 register and re^^ceiver of the land office at San Kranclaco.^The two officer* were retjuired, by an order^issued July 1, 1M77, to turn thereafter into^the treasury certain feei that they had pri^^or to that time retained. Feb. lKt 1M7*.^,^they were allowed two clerks and the^presideut says it is proponed upon the^theory that the clerks were employed^to do the work for which fees^were formerly allowed to reimburse^the officers for the amounts paid^for clerk hire between the lime the reten^^tion of fee* was stopped and the time the^clerks were authorized to he emploved and^paid out of the public treasury. The pres^^ident sa^s the officer* had notice thai such^employm...

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

THELEGISLATURE. Nothingof Importance Comes Before^the Houses^Considerable Busi^^ness Transacted. THEBILLS INTRODUCED. Madison County Citizen* Want^Portion ol Their County Annexed^to Gallatin^The Senate Ad-^ournt Until Monday. Yeaterdaywaa Mh fifth ^fay sf the hlx-^tet-nth aaaeuiblv and Wm marked by ^t*-ad^.^quiet work, ahowiDK ^ determination on^the part of the memherft to tranaart tmil-^ne^ aa speedily aa oat, be romiatently^dour. Notification was (liven In both^houaea of the introduction of a number of^new hilla. A petlMnu from a number of^leading rit; of Madifton county have^a portiou of their count) atUrhed to Galla^^tin, and ansiguinfr their reaaona therefor,^wai received and wili probably f^* favora^^bly acted upon. The governor's message^wasaaslgned by sections to housf commit^^ted, and quite a lot of routine business^was transacted. The senate adjourned^over until Monday and it is probable the^house w ill hold but short sessions to day. THECOUNCIL. Councilwas called to order...

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. — 20 January 1889

VOL.31.^NO 40. HELENA, ONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 188!^, FIVECENTS T.C. POWER ^ CO.. JORBXHS AMD DRALRKH l MININGMACHINERY! AgriculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^ Son's Celebrated u Maine ^ and u Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage am-'l IHeavy fTeam Harness. OurHtock of fine Carrlagen and Buggies Ik the Urgent and njwt complete ever^shown in Helena. Afull line of Mine and Mill Niipplien embracing Blake Btearu Punipe, Revere^Rubber Co. Mechanical goodn, Common 8eu^e Whim, etc., etc. Sendfor Circulars and Price Lint. Steamboat Block, corner of Main street^and Helena avenue. 8.O. ASH BY. Q V BKOADWATJC1 S.C.Ashby^Co. HELENAAND GREAT FALLS. SWEET'SPATENT Common Sense ^ ^Arctic^ and ^ Manitoba. BOBSLEDS. Mitchell^ Farm and Spring Wagons, FineCarriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Buckboards,Road Carts, Etc., Etc HARNESS,BARB WIRE, VICTORFEED MILL WALLT...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THESOCIAL WORLD. ThePioneer Club Give One of Their^Enjoyable Dances, Which is^Numerously attended. GOV.LESLIE'S MUSICALE. TheEncore Club Soiree, Ntw Eng^lander* 8ocial and Other Pleat^^ing Event* Make the Week^Pleasant Note* The1'iofiwr club icevr their third recep^^tion Mi itancH HI Friday evening at A *^seiubly hall. The hall was well lilled,^there, being some visitors present. The^dancing roiiitnenced at W:B0 oVIork, K'^ea^ner'e orchestra furnishing line music. The^riospitahth* i^f the Hub, well known and^tooted, were extended Ut Uie visitor! in the^capital, MM members of both house* of the^I e,g|*iature i i ^ 11 ' been individually in^vited Ut Im* preiierit. % Anionicthorn- present were: Mrs. .1.^it. Clark, Hutte, Mr. and Mrs.^J as. rt Melds, Mr. end Mr*. Child*,^Mr. and Mrs. I'orter, Mr. and Mr*^Kdgar, Mr. and Mm. Took**r, Mr.^and Mr*. .lands, Mrs. ^ian/, Mr. and^Mr*. Lehman, Mr*. Dm r, Kurt Kenton,^Mr. and Mr*. Kleln^ehiiiUU, Mr. and Mrs^awlt/er, Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 January 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. ROMANTICJRACEOY. Murderof the Countess Costa, of^Verona, Beside the Grave of Her Husband. ALOVER'S DESPERATION HitSuicide^Return for Kindness^The Scene of the Assassination^a Historic Chapel. Kuropeanedition of the Nhw York Her^^ald: A murder of such romantic interest^and such terrible consequence* took place^in Florence recently that some account of^It can scarcely be deemed without interest^even for foreign readers. Tragedies as^ghastly and as startling often occur all^over Italy from the master passion of^jealous and bafhVd love, but their ncenes^are usually in a more humble and less cul^^tivated sphere of human life. In this in^^stance the victim is a patrician lady of^great beauty and large wealth and of hon*^orable name, the Countess Costa, of Ver^^ona, and the scene of the murder was the^cemetery chapel where her huabaud was^burieu four years ago. THKUK Al'TIP t'l. VICTIM. Thecountess, a woman still attractive^and lovely, with a tall and graceful figu...

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. — 20 January 1889

HELENA DAILY IXDKPKXDKNT. THEIiNDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., .Jhii. 10, L^69 PuaiJailBU KvEliv JI ^l' ^ t r: V l^al WDBPIMDIIfTmi CO.. PI HLIMIKKM. PJBLI' AT ON OrVMl, TKHMSt,V St'ltSt HU'THtS JK\y*^ iberrPi-re, *.y carrier, i*^*r n onth . ttyMall p*r OnTretn^, t in*we*io)e atd new* flende^Weekly, |n*r )*%t ftin ItIII |1Hi omUAl.I'AI'Ml *^r UuSTASA AM*^JiWU AM* i I.AHKK ^t.v7t. TheINUfcPfcNDtNr hat ft l*rK*r daiy clrtulft.^on than any n^^tpap^r between Bl Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ether two daily papara published in Montana^t hat no press room Mcnli, Ita auhscrlpt.on^eookt are opan to Inspection, and It lrt always^-aad* to prove that Itt circulation )^ at r^pr^-^tented Enteredat the Pott office at Helena at **^ ^^ d- Ilata m^tl^r AHOPELES9 MINORITY.^The New North West, |itibll-!io*l at ^*^tI^(hI((h by tlit* w^^ll known rfpubli-^;an, ('apt. JatUfH H Mills, n: ^ a^r^ro*oVr vit^w of iilTiirn than the strict .r men hi th** territorial hotwe of^NpfftflMitatlvpH. i o...

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