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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 June 1889

ros. i. Vests, 15 LUKE^led us to se-^t the great-^s-gan Jersey^ever known,^telegraphing^^ goods at a^turer and a^3 actual cost^i twenty-five^-seven cents^them at the V uy! LEIN theWay ot^a Specialty^Our Mid-^/eight Won^s, Ponges,^abrics. Tor^Specialty of^Joods Enjov^s Season's^m Elaborate^md Shelves^f Branch o^Our Spring^ring Display^) and Desir^j Worthy of \KLEIi.,^AS, Prop'rs- ONJACKSON 8TRKKT;^iom MAIN STHKKT. mthe City.^ON TAP. mpany mentalBrick d--ULCtiS. a^ti^r:! 1 Manager. louses vD'S, y. NEW! OurMidst! LyChairs. A CKan^* and williiip to do^KIliptfcHI DlMfftp tit.nsditpisaw^d as^uvf are all to be nacv, loiterBlock. lingCo. -iennieiitaSolicited.^rtVreiit trnirhfre^Bidder. hVmmtn Telephone^uutana Central railroad COAL asnioet all other^is similar to An^ooi with soot,^^al or MMgly to^kNNON. Agt. rtunity dEverybody! HILL I24; one of nthe City. T8 PER CT. Orstchoice. Only Its loto. oleAg'ts., TelephoneNo. 55. io^oV*ww\\vc\.a. Tk I udf pendent la WfU Knnlnped r^^^ t^^ PROMPTIIICOTI...

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 June 1889

THEINDEPENDENT ielena,Mont.. June 22, t^89. PCaU.bsd sjraarHaunt Excsrr MoIMI. byh majority approximating 2U^,000.^The plurality of Gen. Harrison in Penn^^sylvania in the presidential election was^aaVMa The old saying. ^In vino Veritas,^^might be varied to rait the occasion so^as to read: The truth comes oat in off^political years. THEMARKETS i.uucATioNorrici. bkoadway TERMSOK^juj sat*crtt^n, ^T earrlar, par SCBSCRIPTIOX ILi.nlb$1 ** ....^ 00^Sett t OFFICIAL PAPER OF LEWIS CLARKECOL'ATF. ASO ra*iNOEeEWDtNT ha* ^ '^'^^^' ^^^^ etrtutt-^^ Mlotcn ^( Paul and^circulation than any Ianthan any HMMM omandand a largar^ataar two Sail, paaara publish** in Montana.^Itu.no praaa roam aacrrta; it. aot-crtptlon^aoouar. optnto m.paction, an* It I. alwaya^,^^, to pro., that it. circulation la aa rapra-^^ ^mad Jtniaradat tha Poetofrlca at Hpiarta a*^, ... rn at tar. Kosx.*.'*I'l.AN OK CAMPAIGN. Itis a long time since Jeremiah o I^on^ovan Kossa had any standing with the^Irish people or with any other ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 June 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING.JUNE 22, 1880. SYNOPSIS OfI'l-mes-dlnr* of Board ..Motility tom-^DiMuurn in Ke*;ul^r J^Term I *^^. June3rd. Boardmet a* per statute provided. 1'renent,E. Beach, chairman J.C. Curtin, ^ H Crounae. .omniission-^ers C.M. Jt (Tens, sheriff.^J. .^v Tooker. clerk. Boardopened ^u form at H .1 ni . min^^utes ot special ccseion April 'A' .., r^ ^ul and^sittued t'j cha nu^n. Boardr*-iran examination of treajurer'^^^juarter y rerx.rt. A-l.'-iuriiedtill 2 p.m. I.-^senibled at 'i p. m . same^a.- in forenoon. Kxamitialiouof treasurer's juart- rly re^^port resumed. Order*from district clerk to county^clerk for warrants and warrants issued to^witnesses and jurnr* in attendance on dis^^trict court, examined and checked up. Treasurer'sreport of license* collected^during the quarter, e24,0^3 45, examined,^found correct and ordered printed. Treasurer'sreport ^ xamint d, Ioul 1 cor^^rect and ordered recorded. Adjournedtni 10 a. m. to-morrow.^June *Ui. Board...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 22, 1S80. LOSTHIS ROLL. YoungM^n Draws His Savings^From the First National Bank^and Loses Them. HePlaces $1,136 in an Inside Coat^Pocket Which Has No Bot^^tom to It. , tjatr IWu Married and^Hli Money t* Fural^ri a Horn^for Hli Wifr. Ir* ALLS HELL THAT ENDS WELL. GregorySteuble, an unfortunate German^^oung man. loet SI.135 yesterday in a care^ln. manner, and no trace of the money^llM t*f n secured, thougri an offer of SauO^nM been offered for ine recovery of trie^lort toll. Steuble, an industrious, aaving^man baa been working for Cbarlea L^man for the put three or four years and^has allowed his savings to remain with ins^employer. Veaterday he informed Mr^I.w.ruan that be was about to get marrW^and would lika to have bis money to fur^^nish a house. Mr. Lehman gave him a^check for SI.1S5 which Meuble plared in^bis pock* t and came up town. He pro-^. eed.-d to the probate j Jdxe't omce ami^pr^K ured a marriage license, informing the ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

* VOL.31.-NO. 172 HEL MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, 188V. FIVECENTS ThisInterests You! AHOME ON EASY TERMS: Fivenew houses on Fifth Avenue.^Five minutes walk from Court House.^Three 4-Room Houses.^Two 5-Room Houses. Justfinished, water, fences, sidewalks, etc.,^all complete. $300 in cash, $40 in monthly^installments. Call and investigate. WALLACE^THORNBURGH, Agents,Koonis 1. 2 and 3, Second Floor First National Bank Building, Kn-^train-e corner tirand and J-trk-oii streets.^^^^^^^^ CLUESTO COONEY. ThePolice Said to Be on the Track^of One of the Principals in^the Cronin Murder. Lieut.Elliott Devoting His Time and^Talents to the History of Burke,^the Suspect. AnotherWitness Who Allege. That He^- , - Cronln's Body Put In the Catch^Basin by Three Men. FineCarriages, Buggies and Road Wagons, Landaus,Coupes and Phaetons, Sctanttlrs Montana Lumber and Quartz Wagon Gears. Farm^Wagons, Harness. Etc. SPECIALBARGAINS IFOR OUST IE ^W^EZKIi 33frVet, ]^nsiiie^^s Pio]^frty, on Broadw...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23. 1S89. ABUFFALO HINT. AParly of Tenderfee: ia Kar.sas Wh^Went Out After B:^on Irea ed toa Surprise. CuriousActions o* Some of the Herd^Which the Mor.ters Found Hard^to Explain. tillinga Noble Animal and Slani|wil^the II- I^ Afl*r^^rd |t.,l.le^l by Ked-. a NewYork bun: One day. while I wa^^ticket agent of the Kansas Pacific railroad^at Wallace, Kan . during the years that^buffalo were still roaming in vaat herds^over the plains, the t. I^ ^rapk operator at^the station came into my office in a great^state of excitement. There'sa million buffalo feeding on the^prairie only three miles below here,^ he^exclaimed, ^and not more than a ^carter^of a mile from the railroad track. Let's go^down and bag a few. Iwas still a tenderfoot in the region and^was crazy to kill a buffalo, bo in leas than^ton minutes after the operator brought me^the news we mounted a hand car and. ac^^companied by one of the track repairers,^were sr^'nning along to...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

TILEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUN E 2S, 1889. AST Pacific OAD, CarRoute^3RT LINE CITIES V Chicago^INTS EAST. NLT OarLine kTime,^Palace Cars. :rims table. IOf lb^ i ^ -v.* aaS NorthernPacini .t^^' sxeWet Bandar, Jus HI1JR1 I; f*^ ^ ^ , a .'texpress.... 7:*n p ^^M Kip ^ ^ p m ts ^u kb IIelatl- ^D|. JO p ^^.'|..n M. ntiey I'!**MO pa rCiifMru'ff !u % i m dexpress . 1 11! :-ii rmtmTaS p a l:*.ou.a (i T ^6 ^ a n asp a ioid^^ .. lu.ooam^Hon Monday, rI'miMli 4.-00 a a^.-ent. Helena, M.T.^M Nai Minn. NIOROUTE^I IIW KtST ANA RALM OBA tfAYSM LINE haHBaMm, it., st. Chicagoand taal :ssentierTraffic IID INSDAILY in dSt. Paul ars, igCars,^)ay Coaches,^Sleeping Cars^Passengers. idCcurtesy for MM or'if toe ris rivaland ilepartar.^ew arhedul*. taklng h\x.trvro ttutte and^lx. from M Paul^Ex. fn^a Butte and a. m. Ip. am. tHILIli. Ex.fur M I'aal and^Ex for Butte and^Ki fi r Unite and .I ^' *^ a. a. Ip. in. Iat ^i Mi with Union^ill n or editreea an7^Vuwn, Helena A at lie ;kee \PAULB'V rt...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY .MORNING, JUNE -'3.1^0. THEINDEPENDENT rielena,Mont., June 23, i *^. PcausBtD ImrMoaara* ixcmrr ^u^mt. ISDSP.3UINTr-LB CO.. PLBLlbHKKa. .BUCATIONOFFIC*. BKOADWA* TKRMSOF SUBS^ RIPTiOK^_^Wr BabacrtheTa, n^ earrlar. par month$1 * sr-nkJj.p^r ;mt*^ Thateach performance was witnessed^bv a large audience, although the price^of admission had been advanced 3u per^cent., shows that the people of Helena^appreciate, really (rood dramatic wjrk^aud are willing to pay for it liberally.^It is to be hoped that the experiment^^for such it was in a degree^has been m^satisfactory that the management will^be iudaced to risk the engagement of^other fir^t-class combinations. OFFICIALPAhKK OF I.AWIS A.KI-^CLARKE KjVKTT. Th#INDEPENDENT has ^ larf^r tails cltula-^Ian man ^^^^ -^-^ jaoe- batwewn St Paul inc^Portland and ^ larawr circulation than any^atnar two daily papara oubllahad in Montana,^it naa no oraaa roamaacrata, Ita auhacrlptlon^^ ookaara ooan to inapactlon, an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN^A. BUKPAY MOBXIXG, JUXE 23, 188a APOINT OF LAW. Decision by Judge Blaka Which^Will Determine Similar Cases^Arising ST.VINCENT S ACADEMY. The Mortgagor Entitled to Collect^Rent and Not the Owner of the^Property. AItoci.ion at Wriaxi.e with . ^.t-lutory^fTOti.Inn In ^ aiiforula ^^^^Atlopts*! in Montana. JudfreBlake decided a cm*1 yesterday^winch involve a point which tre- luentlyaiis**s in lower courts. The de^^cision was upon an appeal from a justice^court, and the amount involved was but^$25. Yet the principle ot law incorporated^in the decision is the same as if a large^amount of money was involved. The^question decided is that where a sheriff^makes a sale of property unrter execution,^during the six months in which the^mortgagor haa the right to red.-em, or the^judgment debtor, as the case may be, the atteris entitled to the rents and profits of^the property whicn is the subject of the^sale. In the case at bar Mr. I.ane owned^the property, and he rente...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, 2, 1889. SOCIALCHIT CHAT. Tennisthe Fa^orit* Amusement for^Summer Everings-a Tourna-^^ merit Arranged. An Eotertair merit to Aid in Col ecN ing*unds for a Ntw Epis^^copal Church. HWfor ttir ^^ti..iml Holl.lay-A Wnl-^aling - NrmI ^i^-^er^l irika DanriDKis a rsry charniint: amusement,^but it is KfttinK just a trifle too warm for^even the most d^-vot. U desciples of Terpsi-^chore to disport themselves, and while^there are a few young people who would !^dance anywhere and under any cireum- j^stances, they, fortunately, are in a lar^e j^minority, and as Uardwell Slote says:^^would be sat upon P. I). Q ^ Odc of the |^pleasantest ways of wtiilmK away the iontr |^^ummer evenings which very ahortly will^commence to shorten, is to take an early^dinner, say 5.30. and then in a comfortable^^uit o! llannels repair to the tennis courts,^where - love fifteen^ or ^thirty ^love^ can^be heard on all sides, and everyone, even ^^to onlookers, seem to thorou...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A, si N DAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1889. )RY :SS!!hrs^n (t high^')f ncvel- yleand of^New York^for 6treet isee them^lour Para- ods! Nosecsa-^mdise: but^tropics. RE.^lena witham air*vlj N^ieM^k from^thai Wjr(rop 'HAM^E\ erlv, Lambertiums, Pic-^'iages and nnery. trALLOW J.TY. iHO LIS. MI IT* CHKS MainSt. WITEDER^3WDER ii*in nwfti M ik howthey feel. An0 d-Tirae Pugilist Describes the^D ITerent Sensations of a Man^in the Ring Weakm the Knees and a Desire to^Run Away Until the First Blow^Is Struck. A Kyuk-Oul |-ainlee*. the Victim Ki- p*rien ing the ^ in.. *enw^tlon aDruwalng Mud. sanhrancisco Examiner: ^How dues it^feel to firfht'.'-' inquired an Kxarniner re^porter of Jimmy Carroll, the light-wfiKOt^instructor of the California Club. Thinkingof Koinj^ into the business, are^you I Afraid .t wiil hurt, ain't you '.' And^yon want to find out just how it feels ^^^^commence, continue and wind up a fight''^Well, don't publish my name, but say that^a ftrar-hkired pug who...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, .JUN K 23. 188a YILLARFSVISIT. The Great Railroader Arrives in^Helena and Meets a Cordial Reception. ONCEMORE TO THE FRONT. He Look* Over the City and la^Surprised at Its Growth^in 8'* Years. Ma ^.|x-^^h. in ViliUb He I're- dl.t.It W ill lie a ser.ind Iv.-n.er. HenryYillard and Mi party arrived in^Helena yesterday evt-ninft about ^J o'clock,^much to the surprise of those who Intended^to accord the distinguished gentleman a^reception befitting his worth, as it waa pre^^viously announced the party would be here^Sunday. The train consisted of four cars.^Mr. Villard occupied Thomas K. Oakes'^car. while in the equally luxurious car.^^Minnewaska.^ were Mr. Oakes. president^of the Northern Pacific, N . C Thrall of St.^Paul, assistant to the president. C. C. Bea-^nian of New York, a director, W. Solomon^of New York. W. B. How. II, C. S. Milliken,^whose father is at the head of the well^known New York house of Milliken Bros ,^C. T. Gladstone of K...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 June 1889

5oV^ V^\xvVv^Vfir. TheIndependent la WeU ** Dipped fob TMM PROMPTEXECUTION)^Of lU order* for^OomiMrcnl Printing. 80^ Printing, ino Fin*Work of All Kinds VOL. 30- SO. 173 turn BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION. Advertisers Obtainlad Boot Batons for their Money by^Patronising the DAILYINDEPENDENT. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 25. 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Lor is Block,^U UN STREET. Youarv probably aware- that^thf advent of warm we-atli^r has^giv^-n a (jreat impetus to bnsi^ness^not that ^c WOTB idJe^^but \vh do say that trade shows^the eftVrt of Old Sol be-aniiiiii^uj^on it because a week ajro the^trade seemed to know but one^rhin#, and that was that they^ought to go to Harris' and buy^a suit, but it was horse:*' work^to learn from them what they^wanted. They were irresolute,^hesitating between a fur coat^and a linen daster, but now ^a^cbang^/x}me^l Ci.er, etc^.tuey^know what they want and ask^for it. It is ^a cheap (cheap^first) good summer suit,^ ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 June 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEXT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. JTTNE 25. 1889. fHEINDEPENDENT -ieiena,Mont., June 25, rtfaiaasa gvxarIuwiih Hicmrr ^u^d^t. isaiPSNisT run. co^ r-i'bLisHAiis. ^JBitluh orrica. BKUADWAY tvrm*or subs' RIPTIOS^:i^ i^o-*crt'-*ri^, ^^y carrier. ouU^. . v:ll-;*r Tear........ JnTrain-. v' l^wst^ov^ ^.-^(! vwi 'Una*^^es'tiy. i^*^ rear 1 ... ^ U ..^eta ...asuu Tuesdayof last week, sav*: ^ It was a^square fight between eaat and west, with^even money on either side of the merid^^ian.^ As the second horse in the race^was Terra Cotta, of Hankins' Chicago^stable, and no other bora owned west of^the Alleghenies ran, it would seem that^it wasn't very much a contest between^west and east. The west doesn't now^begin at the Ohio and end at the Missis^^sippi. If the Kaet really desires to try^issues with the West, let the effete wait^until Spokane gets there. OfFlClALPA TEH OF C*W/3 ill^CLARKE UMUHI. TntINDEPtNDtl* I KU a larawr Sail* clltula-^IOf^ than ^^^ wmmmmm between at Paul and . ^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 June 1889

BEHRINGSEA FISHERIES. WHATENGLAND IS NOW DOI*G. PersuadingOther Powers to Join Her^in the Dispute With the^United States. Ottawa.Jiinf 24.^ It U .-tiu^l id i fti-ial^circle* that no action will be taken M pres^^ent by ritber thf Dominion or British |{o^-^ernaK-nt in r^-i^ar^l u^ protecting British^aealmtf v-i^ael^ in KWmneThe nuta tionas to the right of the I'nited sratea to^exclusive jurisdiction will for the present^be held in abeyance. On if'*^i authority it^la learned the British aovernnient is seek^^ing the oeoperation of several maritime^powers of the world with a view^to joining in the dispute of the^I n I ted Mates claim, and in the reference^of the question to arbitration. The British^government has requested the Dominion^government to take no action until a set^^tlement has been arrived at in this way. It^is stated that several of the maritime^powers which have been invited to take^part in the settlement support the conten^^tion of the Brit:.-' goverMn-nt. that Beh-^ring s...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 June 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. JCNE 25, 1889. HEHASJJOPOWER JudfjeBlake Ssys if Proper Author^^ities ApprOTe a Plat He^Can t Interfere HisDecision in the Case of Klein-^schmidt Against County Clerk^and Recorder Tooker. Th* Owner* af Kirhniond Hill Caa^^.^^ Abrwl ami Iwll 1 heir Lota^ii They ^^nl To. JudneBlake rrnd^rwl a decision yester^^day which virtually U an order for the v-^platuog ot the Villard addition. K. It.^Kleinscnmidt. who platted that addition,^^ought to rt-strain she owners of the Kich^^mond Mill addition from tiling their plat,^on the ground that the strata aid allrji^do not conform with hit addition. Judve^Blake refused to ifue a restraining order.^His decision is in full as fo'lowt: Incas^- No- *'y^, K. H. Kleinsclimidt lit*^applied for a restraining order to ^-Dji^ia^the countj '-lerk from recording a certain^plat, called the K'chtnond liill piat l i e^grounds upon winch this complaint ^s^based are that Mr. Kleinschinidt i- the pr.e^pnetor of what ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 June 1889

slinUndcwcar, at Bros. tooiniii \ ChmiM^^ticw ai which ^^^Atotmh v^^n, hut our - Mwlia l^:aw^-rs,^I-adi^-si^ Diawpia, %^ir. Diawt-r^, .ilk 2 inch ruffle-, at^ace trittmirifr. at 40c^fine mosliii. #1 ^-ach. Xijfht J^r^ssc*i, lace m Nielli I ^!^-^^^^*^', 2-^NiL'Ilt Dl^NaM. tlllH Ladle*'Might I^i^-s8- 'Jo^ach. lilies' Dres-ihg SacillleS is tea. MmHi**- at $1 a ^ImK'Ii.^t-...uhfMig ht Ml and i-r ra-c of Ladies' Jersey MLwhite and Mue hunting^it of r*-^i. white ami blue deed! ina hundred what^jaulge ^^f Clotkfag^^.. be. Nobodv can^trade Why, then,^t^^ you that make it^Mag in a qaeatKNi ^^f bras W la-s;^ rustly s.tak^- it steadily^tin- very l^iii fact,^joined to : i;ty^^^. and qwdiljr that^wiiiii in trade. Our^you better. We :lein NEW! OurMidst}! bayChairs, A Clean^taa aad a illint: tu do^Presrriptioa l^ei)art-^ptioaa iris-pe-nupa aa^bora are all to be acv, iHolterBlock. ilefts \:ri. slte*er^. Nose Bags,^kept in a iir~t-clatw har- |inSt.. Helena. M. T. lySPAREYS HOTEL KtiropeauPlana. Moli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORN INC. JUNE 26, 1889. fHElNDEPENDENT -ielena,Moiit.. June ftO, Hi* KTUT^...asisu Sxcsrr MoBD*t. jj,011K^I^*ST f UB. CO.. rUHLlSUKB*. bRUABWAI. TCRK.'jUf SUBSCRIPTIOS^w Subscribes, by carter, per month... ay -l^*r !^^^^jt Trains,^W stair. !^^ MMMHsad newe etaala. Mr I ..Sett^ OFFICIAL PAPKB OF LkWIS r- AKl) thatthe young should receive adequate^education in the public schools, there^are alway^ circumstance* ari-u.f^ that^would make the enforcement of the New^York bill oppressive to some parent* or^children. The beet that the state can do^is to put the means of education within^the reach of all and let the individual^take the responsibility of neglecting the^privileges if so disposed. There is al^^ready too much paternalism in g3vern-^ment in the United States, and the^thanks of the people of the Empire state^are due the governor for his course in^thU matter. The one provision for the^establishment of a state truant school is^enough to condem...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 June 1889

THEDAILY I^TDEFEXr)EXT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 18S9. JUSTICEFIELD AND TERRY TROUBLEFEARED IN THE FUTURE SarahAlthea Said to Be Goading Her Husband to Do 'he Justice^Bodily Harm. S%nKrancif-' ^r--luatiee Stephen J.KiHd arri\ : km :^^lay and will re^^ins:). ^ ^-'ffXfWlt-T. at^--n^l-^ing court in California and other ^'.i9tr ota.^.*w^u.- ^tt h'^ fri*-i.^l^ f.-sr tr^ju^)^ ^^-t^^n^him anil -a j Terry, ur )* irit out of^the sentence of Terry and Sarah UaM^lliil to the Alameda county jail. Suon^niter 'h.nJurtue 'ferry open ^ thieatened^^ tft-t even WUh Kleld fur tU e.drd^' pinion in the Sharon raae, add his coo-^^luct toward hi ma* If and hU wife.^Terry took his own sentence naietly,^but is said to have fretted con^^siderably over the confinement of^ln^ wife. In addition to this his bitter^feeling toward Juaiice Field was strenirth-^ened by his friends telling him they bad^teen Justice Field'* signature under a let^^ter addressed to t'nited .states District^Attorney Carey, in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOBNING. JUNE 28, 188a CITYCOUNCIL Regular Meeting at Which Rou^^tine Business of Importance^Is Transacted THE MAJOR BUDD. Several Franchises Asked for N^^Street Railways^One to Run^by Electricity. jt^ur r ullar A mhorlzwl ^- Offer a Re^^ward of *.^^^ '^r the Capture mad^Conti.tiou of ^BurtUr. Ttecity council mrt laat evtning it^regular wssi.in. Mayor Fuller in the cnair.^1'resrnt, Uasner, Donuely, Harrison,^Klein Tnirm*-. Richards, Adkinsoa, Loeb,^Brown. Waatiburne, Ktatnerly, .^pmcer Allm,Dunn. Theminute* of the laat meeting were^read and approved, after a few alipnl alter aliona.. . Tbecommiltee on police recou.aiended^that Officer Alien be allowed Ml pay Ut^time loat on account of injure* receiv^l^while makinK an arreat. Hiewater committee reporter mom^mending tbat tbe petition of Andr. w Caaey^et al. for a hydrant on Breckenridtfe street^ne.r Uoback, and tbe petition of J. Arurt^age and others for an extension of itie water^main on Broadw...

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