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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 January 1889

Don'tHiss a Fortune. Youmay if you do not^read the Want Columns^to-day. 'mmmonana 33HJ Don'tOwe a Dollar. UOmtAMA HASCASH IN THE TRIASBBY EntirelyOut of Debt. VOL.30-NO. 25 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1889. FIVECENTS r MASSENABULLARD, Attorneyand Counselor at Law, ULIMA,MONTANA. Willpractice Id all rnnrls of record 1b tha Ter^^ritory. Offlca In Gold Bluak. NOLAN^ BEAN,^Law Office^Gold Block HELENA. MT R.G. DAVIES, ATTi'HNEY-AT-LAW, ROOML AHMBY BLOTK. ^ helena, m.T. DR.M. ROtKMAN, PhysicianSurgeon,Acooucher. Oca list andAuriat XiDbtrof Hen Frencieeo Medical Society, alac^Nevada Slate Medical bociaty OCco- Parcaea'a ra* ttore. corner Above Main^And Bruntw*v. Entrance on Broadway nnd Jack^^on. Helena, Montana, i unsnltaUont In German^nod Bnrtlsh. Eye,Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Fifteenyeera' axperlance aa OCULISTAND AUR1ST Performaall operations and treat* all dlaeaaee^Of the My*. Ear, woe* and Throat. Corrects er^rora of vision and adjusts tflaaaa...

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. — 1 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT ttelena, Mont., Jan. 1, evu*a^^ ^^^^* Momnui^ IicirT Mop da t. INUiriNUBNTFOB. CO.. Pt'BLISHKHW. thepant, people may be pardoned if they^lanpeft that the race question ha* been^rained by Prof. Sullivan in order that he^may uot have tit- laurels taken by the^coffee-rolored geiillfnian from Australia^or the pet of the California Athletic club. 0blu*ationorm a. BROADWAY TKHMSor SUBSCRIPTION litHah*Tthaw, *j cvrtor.s^r month|1 ^ qjHiiiper jmt JoTrain*, t n#witx^y^ Md nm aUad*^Wiwkljr. iH^r y^^r orrwiALpaper or Montana and LEWISand clarke county. ThaINOEPENDEN r hai ft larger dally circula^^tion th*n any ndwepaper balwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a lorgor circulation than any^3tb^r two dolly papora publtahod In Montana^u hoa no proaa room aacrota; Ita auhacrlpdon^aoofcaara opan to inapactlon, and It la olwaya^-oodv to prove thai Ita circulation la aa ropro-^^an tad Enter.,]at the Poetoflted at Molano ai aocond-^^t*^a matter NOPAPER TO-MORROW.^No paper will iasue from thin ...

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. — 1 January 1889

MRS.PARSONSSHORTTALK TEN MINUTES OF ANARCHY. Despitethe Police, the Reds Hold a^Public Meeting in Chicago^^Gatherings in the Future. Chicago,Dec. M.^Anarchist Car sons'^dark salnued widow yt*su*rd*y made good^her boast that she would speak Id Chicago^in spite of tue police. It was In WaTerly^hai . one square from Mayur Rocu^a office,^and ts th** same place wbich was closed^against her a week ago. Four hundred^people were crowded into the poky little^auditorium,.and scores of others choktnl up^the entrance aud stood upon the stairs.^The meeting was one called by the Mocial-^istlc labor party ^lo transact busim sn and^for the promotion of aoclaltsUc doctriucs.^^The proceeding* were opened with the In^^troduction of a resolution condemning the^police for their recent ^lawless iulerfer^ence with public luertlntcs,^ which was^unanimously adopt**d. Tommy Morgan, a^socialist, was the first speaker, lie said^'^Hit- employment of force bylworkiugmen^was futile. It appealed to the lowest In^^...

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. — 1 January 1889

HELENA'SHEALTH. TheNumber Who Have Taken Up^Their Homes in Necropolis Since^the Old Year's Birth. BORN AND MARRIED. UnhappyCouples Whom the Law Hat^Favored^Dance at Assembly Hall^^Local Events of Interest^Chronicled For All. Thedeath rate for the year pa*t in llel^ena ha* beeD rather larne, reaching 7 5-10^per 1,000, hut this is due from the larire numberof paitents throughout the terri^^tory being sent to the Helena hospiuls.^The decedents for the year and the causes^of death are as follows: Syphilis Pneumonia Asphyxia rattydegeneration of the heart.. Heartdisease Brainfever Milllets.... ^ Immaturebirth Inanition Internalinjuriea (instructionof bowels. J Executed^ J Convulsions Knrepalltis I'hthfits Pyletis Congestionof brain Accidental Oldage Cerehro,spinal meningitis pyaemia Morphine somaKltida 'Iyphoid fever. Fever... Paralysis Puerperalfever liright- disease Suicide Murdered (rastroKnteritis Knteritls Hemorrhagefrom lungs ilert trouble Irowned Dlptheria Dropsy Asthma SufTocatio...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 January 1889

4I L Don'tIss a Fortune. Youmay if you do not^read the Want Columns^to-day. \JN313H 'juavaananand hhhj Don'rOweaDollar. MOBTAJTA HASCASH IN THE TREASURY (AMD18 EntirelyOut of Debt. VOL.30--NO. 26 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1889. FIVECENTS MASSENABULLARD, Attorneyand Counselor nt Lrw, HftLINA, ^^ MONTANA. WU1pr*rt1c* In all r^arU of record la the Tar^rtiory. offlc*in Oold hi ck NOLAN^ BEANr^Law Office^Gold Block HKI.KNA. MT R.G.DAVIES, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW. ROOM1. AHIIBY BLOCK, ^ I1BLMNA, M.T. DR.M. ROOUIAI. PhysicianSurgeon,Atooucher. Oculist AndAurist- Memtwrof Hu Kraoeisco Medical Society, %l*^Navada State MatltcaJ Sock*y. Office-Pare Den'^ mc sfc.re. corner above at alb^and Broadway. Entrance on Broadway aad ^'ack-^e.-i. Helena, Montana. I uuulUUou In German^^ and Ban Hah. Eye,Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Ktfteeo^eara' ex|*ert^nce aa m OCULIST AND AURIST Performaall nt*ratl^ ne and trente all dleeaaet^of the Kye, Bar, W and Throat. Correct* er^ro...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 January 1889

\ THEINDEPENDENT Heleua, Mont., Jan. I, tw*- pputbiD Bvikv Mu^iima Ixiirr |NMI. INURl'KN hbi.N T I'L'B. CO., ITBLlMlKKb. nUOATON OPril'B. ^ BROADWAY TERMSoF SUBSCRIPTION. 31tySntacrthm.hf carrier, par month... ByMall-par yar^ ObTrain*, t nawaiiuyn and MM ftand*^Waakl), i**r ^aar $1m^|3 OFFICIALPAPER ^^F MoXTANA ANU^LEWIS A SO CLARKE CoUTtTV. ThaINDEPENDENT hat a largar dally clwula-^I'oo than any new^pap*r betwaan St Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ath^r two da'iv p*p^rt publlthad in Montana^^t hat no pr^tt room Mcrtti, itt tuhtcrlptlon^aooktara open to impaction and It it alwayt^-aadv to prove tnal Itt circulation It at rapra*^tan tad Enteredat the Pottofrlco at Helena at teco* d-^^ lett mattar. NOfcXTRA SESSION^DiscuHelng the proliaMlitien of an ex^^tra (tenetou of congreen, the St, 1'uul^l'ioiiter I'rew* *ayn: ^An extra M*n^iou in^Hit evil; hut it WoliM lie h gfMjMf out* to^have the territorial question and tariff^reform go over for another full year.^^The ant...

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

MANAND MONEY SECURED CHICAGOEMBEZZLER ARRESTED. Thos.Vines, Who Stole Ten Thousand^Dollars, Makes a Remarkable^Journey to St. Louis. St.Lor is, Jan. 2.^A Chi go eiutM^zler,^who packed him***If and $10,U00 in a trunk^and was tent by exprvae to f^t Louis, a as^arrested her* to-ntKht. lie ts Thomas^Vines, who took the pay of 700 employes,^amounting to 810,000, of the Adams and^West Lake Mauuf*cturing company, Chi^^cago, and disappeared .Saturday. He took^the money and with the aid of a conteder^ate, whom he refuses to name, hired a room^near the factory aud made preparations foi^lilght. lie was disguised as a uegro, and^secreting the money in old stockings, threw^them umler old clothes in the bottom of a^trunk that had been secured. Lent ulghi^he thought the vigilance ot the police had^been relaxed, so Vine*' confederate sent au^expresauian to remove the trunk, and in^hia disguise I ^ , ^ i the expresitumu loud it^on the wagon. Hole* to give air had bet n^rut In the tiuuk. On the way U...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 January 1889

m NEWYEAR'S DAY. Howit Was Observed in Helena By^the Lad if b and Gentlemen of^the City. WHORECEIVED CALLERS. TheRound* Wade, Pleasant Greetings^Interchanged and a Royal Wel^^come Extended to All^Two^Nice Dances SocietyIttttftd and was rtwtvtl ot^N**w War'* day. Nearly all tin* am-lrt)^ladtff kept ^ttji-n iKMiue,^ |mm in tlinr^own, Mine in BKMstniK t^ *ntt rtain in th^^hnu*e^ of frt. luiv OMtftaflai rolled up he-^fure Him door*, the caller* made their huw*.^niDhl'tl a sandwich or a hit of cake, th-t. ii^a salad, perhapn only mpp^ d MM deiu ate^wine t^^*t,^re it-awna* card-* an the mark ol^friendly observance and hurried away to^the MM hoi.a**. The remdencew w^ re tine^ly de^ orated with tfowera, all the yountfer^ladn i* w^re tul: dresB, the tuilwba with^^out exception w^ re * levant, and ta^tetul^souvenirs were dUlTibutrd by most of those^receiviiiKi many desigDienttn l^ ^afj and^original and the callers vara Btaajaatl| en^ttrtaitied. 'i lie gentlemen heroically wt-nt^through th*-ir...

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. — 4 January 1889

FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY; HELENA TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABRBAST oFtHB timks. TheOnly MORNINQ++ NBWSFAPSH^That Receives a Telegraphic Report Givingall tha Newsef the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 27 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1889 FIVECENTS ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyand Counselor at Law MASONICTEMPER, HI UN A, St T. MASSENABULLARD, Attorneyand Oounselar at Law, HIUNA,MOMTAHA, WU1practice la all ronrte of word la the Ter^^ritory. Offios Id Oold Bh*k. NOLAN^ BEAN,^Law Office^Gold Block HKIKW, M.T. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBNIY-AT-LAW,KOOM 3, aflUI BLOCK, - HKI.KN K, M.T. OR.M. ROCKMAN, Physician8urgeon,Accoucher. Oculist andAunst Msmberof ^%n Kranciaco Medical N.^lety, also^Nevada 8late Medical Society OS3ce^ Parr ben1 s i*ffM store, corner shove Male^ud Broadway. Kntreoce un Broadway tag Jack^too. HfleDa, Montane ^ onsuitaUone la Merman^and Knifllsh. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Klfteeo) ears' experience as O...

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. — 4 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT 4ah*na, M^^nt.f Jau. 4, Lfcffi KriUVHKD EviRT MOKMIHV Blt'EPT MoHDAT INl^l'ENl^KNr I'VB CO., PCM WHM cBUCATiOS*OKKU ft. BKOAD*AY OnUBOf sviisi ittrTtos ttyHuhecrlherOr carrier. pH month$1 [^' rtyM^ll^ t*r y*^v^ ^ w *'^tkly, v^^r yotr Pw omriiLI'AVb.R QT u09tama aMj LKWISand clarke C0U9TT, Th INDEPtHOtN I h*s ft Iftrfc-tr dally drculft-^Hon than ftny newipapar between 8t Paul and^^i^rtlaid and a larger circulation than any^athar two dally papars published In Montana^t haft no pfftftft room ftacratft, lift tuhftcrlptlon^Booftsara opan to Inspactlon, and It Ift always^'^ady to p^ova that its circulation n at r^pr^.^lantad Cntaradat tha Poet office at Halana aft eecond-^tiaftft matter. SPRNGER'S AMENDMENT.^Tlit* HhMIN Introduced in the houne^of represeiitatativee by Mr. Springer, on^1 h-lriHK*l^y, providing for a coiiHtitu-^tinnal amendment extending the preal*^dentiuI term to f-ix yearn and HM coii-^grHH-ionnI term to three yearn and ftM*^Mihitf nynteiu of choot-ing a pr...

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. — 4 January 1889

TWOVERY RICH SECTIONS tUREKA6 COMING BONANZAS EasternCapitalists to Undertake the^Task of Boring for Water in the^Productive Gallatin Valley. Kuheba.Gulch, Jefferson county, M^T., Doc 29^l.^pfolal correspondeace ot^the Independent.J^Kur a mining cainp^this is doubileaa one of the ^lulstsst and^least obtrusive of any tnthe 00*11 try. It Is^quiet because every oue Is latent upon de^veloplng his property, to the exclusion of^everything elae. Kven the social anient^ties which prevail in utfcer cuuiinuullle*^are here given the go-by, aad no ^Merry^Christinas^ and -Happy New Year^ are^bears! lu the laud, ihew* aosselluie festive^stays being the sasn- as all others, devoted^to development! development!! develop^^ment!!! That is the watchword of Eureka,^and judging lram the charaeier ot Uie men^who are sugagad in the work, aouie hue^properties will fee bruught to the trout^within the next six nomas. The cauip^aeeks no notoriety. All have an abidiug^faith in its future, and are conu at to wo...

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. — 4 January 1889

MONTANA'SMILITIA. DelegateToole Succeeds in Having a^Beneficiary Meaaure Passed^Through Congress. DIGEST OF THE BILL. Preparedby Adjutant General lurner^Some Time Since-lt Will Give^the National Guards^Means for the Future. Gov.Larita mattafl ^ from |**l*-f-*,af** Toole jtttrrriay sntiouDrinK th^*^fact that'll** militia Mil with the senate^amemliii'-tit had pasv.l the nous*. This ts^a bill |^re| ami l^y Adjutant (Antral Tur j^D^*r and with the auMotanr** of ^;^^v. Late*)^plaeMl in the hand* of iMrftate Tool*-,^who twl pushed it throunh ^'on^rr^h. tien.^Turner prepared thr bill in l^w\ pM and^it is in sut^stanee ait follows: Toauthorize and direct the secretary of^war to imiie to the j/nvernor of Montana^such adti*.i^^nal arms, ordnance stores,^quarter maMer store* ami camp ^juipairt*^an m iy be r**^| itr^*^l t,^ fully m and atjaftB tht*regularly enured, tuvam/-*!, uniformed^and iMlfi militia af Montana, cimaist-^ing of the ofti-era and n.^ n of on*^regiment^! eight companies raj inf...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 January 1889

TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a Newspaper.^ABREAST 0F~THK TIMSS. freepuwc lm Helena.' TheOnly MORNIKQ++ NEWSPAPER ThatRec^ln^s a Telegraphic Report Givingall th Newscf the World Dally. VOL.30--NO. 28. HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1889 FIVECENTS ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorneyana Counselor at Lai MAbon U' l'ksii , K UK LENA, M T. MASSENABULLAHD, Attorneyand Counselor at Law, H1LINA,MONTANA, Willprartica In all ennrto of record In tha ter^^ritory. Offlca In Oold Block. NOLAN^ BEAN,^Law Office^Gold Block UKLB.na, MT R.G. DAV1ES. ATTOBNIY-AT-LAW,KOOM S, AHHBY BUM K, HBLENA, M.T. DR.M. ROCKMAN. PhysicianBurgeon.Aoooucher, Oculist andAunst Mum't of Hm FranrlscO Madlcal Hoclaty, alao^Navada Bi^U^ stsdlcal Hoclaty. Ofll-^^ Parebsn's ^ ni* stors. corner Above Mali^and Hroadway. Entrant* on Broadway and Jack^aoci. Helena, Montana. LoasnltaUoiu In *tennun^and English. Eye,Ear, Nose and Throat. DR.M. G. PARSONS, Fifteen^.-are^ Mperi^nce aa ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 January 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena. Mont., Jan. ft, frrsuaiiSDKraaT MnftMiMu Kmit MuNiiaf- nrarMMirarun. co^ ppbiihim. julk'at.onorncs, BHUADWAY MUMOf scnsinirTioS. MySoharrlbara, by carrier, j*r Boath|t ^J ByMall-par yew^^ ^ ..toi rain*, t n**#'^^yi *T^d rifw* itanda ...MM^**^*klv, i^*r year^$3 OFFICIALVAPKll OF MONTANA A Kb^LMWM AM) CLAIIKE VOUWT9* Iha INDEPfcNDEN r hat a largar dally circula^^tion than any nawipapar batwaan SI Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^othar two daily papart publlthad In Montana^t h^t no pra*^ roam aacratt, Ita auBacrlptlon^oook - ar^ open to Impaction, and It )^ always^*aad* to prova that Ita circulation It ai rapro-^aantad Entaradat tha Poatoffica at Halana aa wcond-^^ laM matter. THfcNEGRO MUST WAIT. lift,HarriHon has Uk^ n theopportun-^ity to prepare the colored republican*^for disappointment in any h^^pe they^may have entertained lliat a representa^^tive of i'ph rare would be piven a cab^^inet portfolio. The Mugge*tioii that ^the^high expectatio...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 January 1889

PROSPECTORS'RICH FIND. RICHQUARTZ ON THE SURFACE ThreePoor Miners Near Missoula^Make a Find of Very Rich Rock-^Bonded for $100,000. Missoulian:There La considerable stir in^Miuoula ruining circles over a SlOu.uuti deal^Inguartz. Following it all ihe Informa^^tion that can be gathered uu the snbject:^Last fall three prospectors, one of whom^was nsmed Johnson, of Fhlllpsburg, the^others being from Spokane Kail*, struck a^prospect on Flat creek, a small stream^emptying Into the Missoula about seventy^miles west of this city. They were so^elated with the assays that they decided to^ship ten tons of the ore to Wickes for a^trial run. Krotn the ten tons the surprising^^urn of $1,400 was realized, or $140 to the^ton. Newsof the rich find spread rapldlv, and^J. K Pardee, ot 1'hllipshurg, managi r of^the West Uranlte, being informed of the^discovery, immediately took ibe train for^Missoula. He arrived here during the ex^^treme cold weather laat week, and took a^conveyance for Flat creek. As ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 January 1889

THECITYJOUNCIL. Businessof Importance Transacted^at a Meeting Not Altogether^Harmonious. WIDENEIGHTH AVENUE. TheAuditing Committee Allowed a^Clerk for the Ensuing Yesr at a^Salary of $50 a Month Office^of City Detective. Thecouncil m^*t laat *-v^'ntnK in railed^session, Mayor r nl^r In the chair. Pres^^ent, Messrs. liaaner, Worth, Adkiiwoo,^Mourns, l.it+b. Kirken.'.all, Harrison, Won^nelly, Clewell. Morris ami hVstherly. Apt'titinn flm Hi** ^^^t^ ol Helena^asking permission IS '^a*1 Lswrence^street was read and thf prayer of the rpetl^tionem Kranti'd. AluVrnnDLoeb offered a resolution U*^the effect that a i -oiuruittee ot three be ap-^poiiitt-d to h**1 ' that ti prcpt-r watt-r preHt ire^waa kept for tire, the cotuiultU-e to act in^conjunction with the superintendent of^sewers. Theresolution wan so amended an to^take in the tire B.*r^!.al inatead of the^newer engineer, and Alderman l^oeb, Klein^atxl Mmons w re appoint^-d as ,auch com lUlltee. Thffinance committee, to whom waa re^^fer...

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. — 6 January 1889

REEPUBLIC LIBRAE^HELENA i VOL.81.NO. 2!^. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SI NDAV MORNING, JANUARY 8 188! FIVECENTS The Plymouth CLOTHINGHOUSE ISUFFKRINU Bargains in Fine Suits, GENTSFURNISHING GOODS'eTC Calland See us Before Purchasing Elsewhere. LEVY^ ELIA8. T.C.POWER ^ CO., JOBUSKS AND DKAl.KKH IN MININGMACHINERY! ^ 1ST ID AgriculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^ Sozo/s Celebrated M Maine ^ and ^ Brown M BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLfc AND STEEL SKLIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage aoxcL Hea-vry 17 earn Harness. Ourstock of fine Carriage** and Bugglea ia the Urgent ami wwd complete ever^shown in IMena. Afull ii'i^ of Mint* and Mill mippliee embracing Blake Steam rumps, Revere^Ruhbv- Co. Mechanical goodi1, Common He.a^e Wh'ni, etc., etc. .Siii 1 for Circulars and Price Lint. Steamboat block, corner of Main street^and HHena avenue. s,0. ABB BY. aA. BKOADWATKii S.C.Ashby^Co. HELENAAND GREAT FALLS. SWEET'SPATENT...

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. — 6 January 1889

HELENADAILY IXDLTEN'DF.NT THESOCIAL WORLD fhe Custom Pernvtung M%iden* to^Propose an Ancient One^Where^It Was Born. PLEASANTLOCAL EVENTS ThePioneer Club G'ves a Pleasant^Dance, Which is Numerously At^^tended Straw Rides and^Pleasant Socials. Withtin* adv**ut of MM BOW year departs^to^* i'n.... .^ of tin- MMM to makf a^cO 4m ari'l mQMUfl tl^^t ^cti'iii'.'^ to tiuy^hur fOWM arid pay for Imt ^^hi'#ini* 1MB-,^^ot a hiimIi MM- MMMMjOOj At Iavl^low, who have n^*fcfIf- it rtie IppMMMMM^orTnr^li-d MOM Hmm -^*^** da^^, what Khali bo^said of them ^ 1'erhaps somethtni^ hotter^tLan of th^-K^rl wtio ilxt t.tkt advantage of^leap y**ar to aajaan An MtMMMMJ MaH^printed not lontf ^once nhows the mujh r*tl-^tion or MMOM to M old, NMMllM old. It^is thin: ^A law 0MMM4 In 1.- ^ hy th^* par^ImmmmI ^t otlaij'l. In aa follow*: It. la^statu! an 1 or lalnt that during Uih psjajf ^^t^^it *' MmM ^ WHtif, Ilk fourth y**ar, ilk^maiden .t.l, of haith lu^li and low fMtait^shall hat MMftf to In-Mp^^ak ye man sin*^l...

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. — 6 January 1889

UHLENADAILY INDEI'ENDENT. HISROMANTIC LIFE. TheRemarkable Story of the Career ofRobert Louis Sievenson, the SuccessfulNovelist. WON ANOTHER's WIFE. An Accommodating Hus^and Helps^His Consort to 8*cure a Divorce^and Then Gives Her Away^to Stevenson. SanFrancisco special: Hubert Louie^Stevenson, the novelist, ha* been dis-^russvd a i{ih^U deal by the critics,^but many fact* In reKinl to hie per^^sonal hitftoiy hav*1 never been published.^These faet* will Interest, as they re Meet the^character of tlit* wan^his II ihemianUtn^and liift romplete disregard of public opin^^ion or ordinary conventionalities of society.^A clever critic has said that Stevenson at-^ways struck him as a man who could com^^mit murder if he took a fancy to do it. and^who would have none of the ordinary com^^monplace remorse over It. Indeed,^something of this Is shown In that^remarkable (-ketch called ^Markelheim,^^In which the murderer of the^old dealer In antiquities debates^with the devil whether he shall^Rive ...

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. — 6 January 1889

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