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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBEB 6.1s80. FORTHE LADIES. TheDress of Literary Women as Il^^lustrated by Some Well^Known People. TheCostumes to be Worn by Miss^Brooklyn In Desdemona, the^bmpress and Delilah. Tke Wife of a N.,Ud Politician a* a Pho^^tographer^The Home Life of^Jean lug-alow. Thequestion of the dress of literary^women has been the topic of discussion^lately, and Investigation proves that the^eld theory of the ink-stained tinners and^intidy garments of women who live by the^pen has no foundation in fact. Julia Ward^Howe, who wrote the ^battle liymn of the^Republic,^ and began and mastered the^Stedy of Greek after she had turned fifty,^has the most beautiful little hands that are^kept with exquisite care, and her dress,^though always of black since her daughter,^Mrs. Anagno's death, is always the work^of the best dressmskers and a model of^eloerly daintiness and charm. Her daugh^^ter, Maud K.ltutt, who writes novels, in^^herits her ruoth'-r's pretty ha...

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 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUXDAY MOUNIV3. OCTOBEB 6,1m*.). THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Montana, Oct. 6, 1889. fnufHiDKtbht Mobniiio Sicirr Moitimt INDBr*BN!)BNTPUB. CO., PCBLI8HBKB,^UBM^.:aT.-^u OfKH'B, UKOADWAY TKHM8Of SUBSCB1PT10K. Jlty8ubBtrll*^rs, by carrlar, \Mt monthfl W ByMall-psr y*sr^^^^^ ^ fnTt^h, ii^v^^h^'7^ aa-l w*i stands^Sew.^Wsek.1 ^. t*r tw!t* m itnnAid PAP** 09 LKWia AND^CLAHZK COOTTT. ONt^K^^iKI^KAlLiWAT TIMKTAIILB. MontanaOntrmL^DIPABT. SiPaal, Atlanticu. HI. Panl and Bast. 11.*^^Montana, Purine ^x., ButW Bi.d south.. ^:^^^ p. m^^^lent and Butt* ex., Batte and south !:^^. Mar/anil,,ex 4.:1i!,p:S MarynvlllesxSO i.m ASUITS. Bt.)'^rl, Atlanticsx , Hntt^ and snath.11 :J5 s. m.^Montana, P* lac HI. PbiiI Bad east. i:ji p ^^Helena and butt* ex., But* Bnd tooth. Ilttp m^atarTSvilleexW:tO a. m. wSrHStm*:4U ^)-B1 NorthernI'aclfle.^^BBBfB Throughwh^t-h^^und^ *J^^ **** Through^^^^t Ixiarid p, Batte,MleeoulB Bnd tislenasx l^ ^^ Mirynvllle|jhts*ni;'rH:*l s. m. Klmlulaccom., Hon. ...

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. — 6 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HKIJJNA. SUNDAY MOltNING, OCTOBER KI08I). JUTWITH A KNIFE Beer McKeni e in attempting-^Make an Arrest is Serious,^ly Slashed. to ilmerChamberlai^, a Young Man,^While Crazed With Drink,^Does the Deed. f^. officer Breaks His flub Oitr the^Boy's Head, Hut Don Not lireak^HI* Skull. OaaeerMcKiuz e was out and seriously^rounded last night oy Elmer Chamber-^tin, woo lu turu was seriously clubbed by^ie ofll ^ ^r. Tbe occurrence was an un-^ortuuate one, as it cists a shadow upon^he life of a highly respected youBK man.^'he eircum^ttnces as related were learned^ly an Ikdki'knuk.nt reporter. Young^.hauberlaiii had been drinking rather^leavily; In fact was cisz d by liquor and^Iandered into the Merchant's hotel bar.^ie was refused a drink and went into tbe^lotel office. La fining that he had been^trossiy insulted oy some one he drew a^inife and threatened to k ll auyone who^trproaehed him. Li.O'lirlen.one of the proprietors, began^alking to yout^g Chamberlain, trying 10^nd...

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. — 6 October 1889

TTIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: IIF.LENA. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOHKR H1889. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. YounffMen Returning From Political^Work to Fairer Conquests in^Society. fcarlyAutumn Activities* G ve Promise^of ^ Winter of Life end Q**-^ety in Town. Pie Vfc,Wew Hotel the Meroa of iMkon Hoirmrnl* of ISoclnty^P^^pI^-P^moil. itis wltt a tense of relief that the greater^part of the community turn from the bub^^ble-babble of election to the more placid at^^mosphere of social life and enjoyment, for^where the animus of flections may enter^tato onr social circles It Is speedily forgot^^ten when the campaign Is over, and the^young man who has played at politics for^a few weeks sinks bis partisanship with^his campaign bats, to be revived only when^his party rt quires His services. Tbereseems to be every reason to believe^that this coming season will be an excep^^tionally gay one, and besides the regular^routine of the assemblies, private theatri^^cals, and amateur operas already promised,^1 hear rumors of se...

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. — 6 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOIIER 6 1880. PRAYAZ'SLANCET ALittle Ins.rument the Increasing^Use of Which is Demoral^^izing the French. TheDemand to Great that the Manu^^facturer* C*n Scarcely Keep^Up With It. TwwTragic Uluatratlons of ^ rata Which^Kurd) A Hulls the Victims of^the Morphine Habit. Wktlethe exposition n at tbe apogee of^ita ftlory, wbtle tbf friends of republican^Franc* already congratulate the country on^Ita Inevitable triumph at the approaching^election*, it may bi^ well for lookern on fc^^nnd^ ntaiid the true tondltlon of i ffalra in^thin ^auuny land ot France.^ Napoleon^said: ^In a century tbe Inhabitants of^Europe ^ill be Cossar-ks or K-pul^licana ^^Were Napoleon here to-day he could say:^^In a ontury the century the French^wlil be ueither Cossacita no; Kt-putdicaua^^they will be swept out of niaunce. Ihave before me a copy of tbe .Journal^Officii-! with French siatistirs for lh8H. The^conclusion Is alarmink^, even for tbe p-u-l^mltits. There b...

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. — 6 October 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOBNING. OCTOBEB e, 1889. COULDN'TPASS. Demonstrated that Two Engines^Cannot Pass Each Other on the^Same Track. MarryNt ft, an Engineer an the North^^ern Pacific Railroad Narrowly^Escapes Death ASalaaioas Ciue He'or* Judge Sander*^^A Day Brln*,* Forth ^ Mg Ortit^^^f News. Whatcame Dear being a terrible railroad^disaster occurred about one mile eaitot^Avon yesterday, a small station on the^Northern Pacific about fifty miles west of^Helena. About 7:60 yesterday morning^the Missoula train, No \ met an engine^^a the curve and both collided with ter^^rific force. Luckily nobody was killed^though Engineer liarry Ntff had ariose^call. The engine which ran into the pa*^aenger train was in charge, of Alex 1'atton.^The firemen In both engines leapeid to the^ground and did not even fall. The engine^on No 8 was a light one and crawled up^into the other, the pilot headsof both belna^smashed and jammed clear into the boiler^of the east bound engine. The truck...

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. — 8 October 1889

NO.262 HELE MONTANA,TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER B, 1889. PRICE,I'!VI-: CENTS EtKPORTOF THE CONDITION OKTHE - IQNAL AtHelena, in the State of Montana,^at the Close of Business Sep^^tember 30, 1889. kkhoiui ks. Loanswill discounts. Overdrafts,secured IBd UHNVML 11.H. Ikmds tn secure circulation ... U.8. Imlids In secure ilejiti^it*. TransientMtpHl Other^l.m'k-. Isinds anil iMnrlmww.. Duefrom approved reserve agents. .fiw.-.m IS Duefnmi iiiIht nnlii mill lwnk,K4.Nrtrt :^t Dili'fmm state Imnk- ami bankers*.^^ '^' Ilealestate, furniture and lAtffM ^^^Curn'iil WspOtlMi ami t*lM MM^Premiums |*iil ....^Check* Mi'l other cash Item*^ '^ '^' Hill*of other hannWJ* Fractionalp*PM' currency. nickelsami cent ^M SiHvio.81,774 k D-galtender mum. ^KMM n %hT..^^7 13^2W.3V2 lx^50,000 m 100,11 iUli'.i11 :ilrt.:i:s t5 9M.ni^) 114,mmr.MV :W^Iii.ikii ml Htl^^ii]|^tic^n fun^l with 1'. S. Treas^^urer i'i pat cent, nf circulation. Duefrom U. K. Treasurer oilier than^5 per cent. IMMfMlilM 4J,tilVl ss^2,250 Ul^I.M...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1889. BEARAND BILLY GOAT. Bill Withersand Sam Snively Ar^^range a Contest Which Sur^^prises the Natives. Terrific Scrimmago Betwetn^Three Billy Goats and^a Black Bear K'iriilo.^ i^|^l^ Twirl ^I Horn-. Hull ^^^i^Wool Mini;liil iii '^^^^ MlaMilMMMM iiuikIi--AllBaU on. ThelillllMWI ^f I'.km.utan ciunty, w.Vii.. uv thnya laady to lay work aataa midM-c it fiyltl ^^f any kind^tin- lil^^^^li^-r^the BaMar, lint it Ml to tin- Lit ^f old Hill^Withers, an old hunti-i. ami Sam Smil.-y, one^^f Iiik aiilghlWIW. to vary tin- imtoiiy recentlywith soni.thin^ entirely iinn|iie.^Last winter Withers euptund a full i^rowu^lilai-k l-ear in a trap. He |^ lined tin- ani^^mal in a Mr.mi; loo -tnicture and kept it in^Kood condition, hut it wan so tierce that he^ilev. i could ilo anylhiUk' ^.lh it. ^lid he wan^Hhont to kill it. win^ one tliv not l*m^ tfja oldInilay mm tWaajf^Bmilaj w i-'in pfowiawBM of a trio ^^f tin-MUMl and clo^est bUljT |Mll U^l^ove...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOENINO. OCTOBER 8,1880. LASTOF LON WILLIAMS. ANotorious Renegade Hanged by a^Band of Cowboys in^Montana. TheCareer of a Robber and Mur^^derer Who Terrorized^Wisconsin karof the Miml Daring H.c.l. ol Our of MMWomt lli-p. ni.t...- of ih*Wmtk. 'A report reacbeH hero, ^nya mi Enu Claire,^Ifia., despatch, that one BW WUM^*,^a horse thief. Ixirilcr ileHiierado and general^all-around bud man. wrh recently lynched^in Montana. A ranch was raided, several^borae* Htolen. the thief ctptured by a party^of cowboys and handed with the cuntoniary^formality. There in no doubt that the vic^^tim MM the Eon WillianiH who, with hi*^brother Edward, terrorized the western^jmrt of Wisooimin from lHTti to 1*1', and^for whose arretit rewards IflpagMtaf] aev-^erul thousand dollars are Htill uii|mid.^Since the HMM of Mt\ when hi was^driven from tin-state like a hunteil wolf,^pursued by hundreds of armed MM deter-^mined ou hi* |death, Lou Williams's^whcrcalMMits has been a...

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. — 8 October 1889

thedaily independent: helena. tuesday morning. october 8,1889. THEINDEPENDENT TKRM8^^l ^l ^M HII'TION Iailv. Hv Mail ob* Year^Dailv. M\ Carrier. I'.-r Mouth WotU/.Om iw *u.uu HKLKNA.MONT., of I' 8, 1889 i-B_ (Jov.Tooi.k's majority will lie not low thansix hundred Mid fifty bj tht orhoial oount. AMMOOSATK governor and a demo^OUttti lagkdnttttB to Htart off the new^state rightl Who wouldn't bt ^ MoB^tan ian . Xkvkkmind, republicans: Think of^the Mighty I BUM TOW of Montana that^are waiting for muscle to develop^them! Kschew poUtioa. Tinsenate con unit tee on irrigation is sun) U^ have under ^deration Hellenicfor the annexation and irrigation^of Lower California. Wouldn't it l^e^better to irrigate the Tinted StateH un it^stands, tirst J Tin.New Vork republican congress^men have svviinc; into line for Thomas^liecd. of Maine, for s|h^nker of the House^of PbIHBBBBlBllTBB it looks as thottgfa^the areh enemy of silver would pull^through. Wonder if our Carter will^vote for him 'I'moflottl vo...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8 18*^^. ECHANICSJLIEN LAW. rheSupreme Court of Montana^Hands Down an Import,^ant Opinion. TheLaboring Man Shall Be Paid^First at All^Events Mortffacr*T^k^ it llneW S^hI ^The Thump-^ton Law Ih 4'ou-l 11 nt lonnl^^nil Valid. JohnMernunn vh. I.ydiii I^ 1111 ^ 11: HI*^foruemeut of mechanic'h lien; judgment of^lower court iitlinued. ^Opinion by AaHociiUe^Juntice Hacli. Tupalnive punturHpli nji]^eiired hiuouk^the lint of opinion* Ininiled down from the^^(MM court prnted in Sunday', Indk-^pkndknt. That opinion i^ of much impor^^tance* to the IMMMM and mechanic* of^Montana. IjtHt FallJudu'e McCoimell ren^^dered un opinion on the cane, upholding the^uiecUuuic'H lien law. A few ruoiitliM ayo^Judge. Make refused to grant a new trial^and HUHtaihcd tile opinion of Judge McColi-^m II An appeal to the supreme court was^taken, the result heing that the views of the^lower court were sustained, though the lat^^ter opinion is very elaborate and b...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBEB 81889. HUNGWHITE WOLVES. SheepOwners Near Linkville, Ore^^gon. Organize a Hunt for^Daring Marauders. TheWhite Wolf of Southern Ore^gron and How He Fought to^the Death ^^p..mt. ^ Mahal BatwaM ^ itand ^^( Klki ,i*.i^ I'aek of lluii|,rv Madilem-il^WoWea. Theowner* ^^f the liiri^^- Hlieep runt'lie* m^Ihm vicinity, wiy* h I.inkville. Ore., did-^pHtoh. have Ixsj-n ho much iiiinovod lately^by tlx- ilcpridiitioiiH committed l^y the^white wolf in Ihcir herd*, tlmt n ajinul^bunt fur these iliiriiiK MMMmI wiih or-^aBJafcaad recently. I In white wolf of Hoiitll-^ern Oregon Ik the lie rood iiiiinml - not Ml^except mi! the lieur^to be found in the^Country, mul in a formidable lookinu beast,^often attaining five feet in length, .mil^nearly an laru'e m I yearling calf. 11 in^Htieli^th and ferocity are remarkable, and^bin aoaiaa* undoubted, for he will fre^^quently attack a full-nrown cow. Kimwiiiu^bim to lie a rather loiluh cuntoiucr to tackle^...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: IIKLKXA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8 1889. tIaffiiithftwins. TheMysterious Sym.pathy Which^Exists Between Beings Born^at the Same Time. HowDouble Doaes of Humanity^Are Received by Some Sav^^age Races li,.Mather of I nin* III Wn.it Hoy. ..tl. il^by Hit I^... |. i. - Cur h IVtIihI of Fewlumpi ure unite inyHtrrioun. miy* the^Loudon Staudiird, I ban the uudetiiiable^sympathy which often eiista between two^in 11. ^ who come into the world together,^There can U-no d .ulit thot thin syiuimthy^in real and not the effect of tUejtuaf(iliHtion,^hh MM to*^fc^PPiMd.lJto far hh.h* known^iTdi'iew^iioOihv lyH^diTelup^tHelf. iiiidwhen^It M praaiamt ju'oaaaejjhi uutjiv any uieana^^^MJMllIll j|lV re:^llaffeeti^^U'..p-lier:ilh'.'\'^iitU lietwifu twins.^and.nfteii si eui-Un nh.iw^itself in the earliest .days of infamy. It is^no uucniuiiinirtliiiiK WJ ^ twin whu.has.loHt^his or her counterpart to pine away, drop-^liiiiK gradually into the clutches of the de^^stroyer, who, In takinit ...

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. — 8 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT. HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8,1889. THEFLATHEAD COUNTRY. NateVestal Tells of a Valley He^Discovered in Dense^Timber. ItHan an Immense Lake and is a^Veritable Hunters^Paradise fmr riil. rlHln.il of Ml I ptMMJ lMM| alumi at Rm)mm HhUmmki IiiiIIhii*. NateVestal, kiuiwn l^^ fame as Hh owner^of t^^*^ famous Penobscot oolil liar, is in th^^city. Mr. Vestal is iM principally M^pietl hi fiiriniiik'. Ilmiiyli lie has not iibali- ioartlMtatag^ lb Mh of i vmmnM vhIIcv11 tit t lie MM lit 1 ^ BfMti civiliza^^tion, mill llir discovery ^^f a lake known onlv^to thr Iniliims heretofore. It is situated^nun' wiles northeast of Kl itlii ail l.nki- mill^i^ the source of Swan river. It is hid from^vii w liv :i iMMJ liiiilM ii il section mm' mileImgttkiwMjk which HMtiinjiM^laM. 'I'Ik- Mm is Ifleesi miles bmg ami fourwili s wiili-. mnl is not to bo found on^thr map. Siirroiiihlin,' it is mi extensive^^uarsliv meadow, where mi idiundnnt hay^crop i/rous. Mr. Vestal says it is I lin...

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. — 9 October 1889

diei)ek\nt pi VOL HARR CLOTHIER,ST. LOUS BLOCK MAINSTREET. Itis not often yon run hoar of h deal^er in the Kemlv Made article of Cloth^intr issue I Challenge ka the Custom^Timor* to e^jiia! with their work the^cl:i-.-of gissls lie is selling, hut here is^an oeeiiKion win-re you ran sm^it. Takea stroll tiUiwt o.ir city, examine^the Suits you nee your friends have^workeil a month to pnv fof; took at the^specimens displayed ut the tailor shops,^and then OMM dnWl to our store; and^if we can't dineount them in KTVLK,^in FIT. in Al'IM'.AKANCK, m TON^TUKK, and in HUGE, we will noknovvl^edge the rum, cancel our advertising^contract* and retire from business. Youfoolish men ! who have la-en pay^lag HB and |70 for a Suit of ( Hut lies,^come and sec u hat we are offering for^anywhere from i^J'J to .^^^^. ami we will^guarantee you will regret your reckless^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter l^m^your Clothing from us. MILLERHATH. Hutanother |m^int thai will iniere-t^you is our cut on FALLOVERCOATS, ...

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. — 9 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9. 1889. THEPOLICE Of IRELAND. AForce of About Twelve Thousand^Men is Used to Keep^the Peace ShortHours of Service, but Al^^ways in Uniform and Ready^for Duty Pm^i IMhMIm aaal oeiici i- I't ii'.lonx^Uhxli ^rr Klve.l '^^ I'arliH-^m.iilHrv DoMara'iDated SmsIm KmrhImi Hm Buya I Iri^li OoMftaMsMfJ l* at pMMl MM^^poM'tl of tin 111-|^ ^-t^^r-n,'i^^-rul. the il^ put*^iMPMlOf u'i iii t lins-i^siMtiint MaMaMaM-^Men. nil. of vtliuin tin- MMMMhiMl III Ikt Motit^hMjrs ^in: tin- loam ImmmIwm Ifclf ist. tliirt\-nix cuiiuly itis|m Mors, I iaM.^tnr .iiiil li.irtiirk MMMfi IkiIIi MsMiM. (it tin-^^Wput; ^intj Int-MMM amjmi iti-|^^fi^ ^rn,^iiiin t\ mciiiul clasH district lMJSMMf^)|^furl \ tin tini J-el.is-, dwtrict MaJMtOfa, 'J^i^head c iiistiililrs. willlf '.'.4HI MpNM Mai actini.'^i m^wtw. it ml Kniiir '.^.^^ DO rxMMtablaa.^Of tin noli r.mi'iii-^~i^ill- d uAsera fin^J ^^^ m-^8tnlili ^. M an ni'iiiiit' il, MM liftv or ^^^Im inu nt tin' il.|^..t...

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. — 9 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEH 9,iss^^. PLAYINGWITH A PANTHER Storyof a Pioneer s Adventure in^the Ohio Woods in the^Early Days. A*Eight-Year Old Boy Found by^His Father Romping With^a WildCat AKiSr Shot Which Knilctl it *av^t-c *^'-^mal ~ Career hikI Tcrrlhlv MgM 1obot lihtened with ^lent pltn-un- ^^' ^^story of an old pionecr'n adventure with h^pnDttifr, when In- whm but 11 hiiimII Imiv. wivh^^ New Csstle. Ind.. correspondent. It hap^^pened on Four MQt Creek. Athens ctmiitv.^Ohio, only 11 few miles dixlnnt from tin^mouth of HiM-kinn river. A fniuilv liv tin^uiiiuc of 8MM hud moved into tin- witdei^net** and built 11 rude log-cahin Htructure^from a tpmrter to lialf a mile distant from^the stream, and on quite an elevation of^land. At that time the woods around them^were full of deer. In urs and pant hem, and^often the niulits were P nilernl hideous hv^the near proximity of that terror, the timber^wolf. The heads of the family were kept^very luisy during th...

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. — 9 October 1889

THEdaily INDEPENDENT! HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG. OCTOBEB ^,isis^^. THEINDEPENDENT 11km* in -.i mm kii i i^ Dailv.Hv Moil. Om W-ir^Daib. Hv Carrier. Pit Month^'Wi^-kl^. Oiu-\^ai *n.nuI.Ml Ml BKLEN\. MOX I Thi rooater bath hut vicUirit^peace as well as in politkm, Tin' tJreat Fallstnwfcir, which Mlted down its de- riantMid when tlbatiM returns showedI 111! Ill ten AwfMt, MM rutin it^up over tin' news that (irent Falla in to^be a |^reat railroad ^^^^liter ami future Metrapoite Tinrc|Kirt of the state auditor of^Ohio shows that there has MM a do^crease of i:M,.^^^.i in the numl^er of sheep^in that state in the last year. The .h-^ducti^m is that sheep j/rovviiu,' M Mgk^priced lamls must Is- abandoned ami^that the iMol must Is- gfOWl i^n the^western niiines where lam) has little^value for other paMMM _ XkwVhkk is not likely to tfet the^Worlil's Pair In the tirst place it has^no public spirit or local prule: ami in^the MMWl place it is not a represent!!^tiventy. Washington, ns the national...

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. — 9 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9 1889. [COUNCIL III SESSION. egularMonthly Meeting Held for^the Transaction of Accumu^^lated Routine. ieWater Committee Not Ready^to Report and Granted an^Extension of Time TurnHut Will l^r AIIoh.mI Hit- Motor^Llni- Ni iii tin- school on War-^mi Kmt Theregular monthly meeting ^f the city^until witn hdi evening. Miiyor Fuller^the chair. Frew-nt: Ln-b, Tkieuie. Ad-^unon. Wanliburne, Feiitherly, Richards,^WNUJi lp neer. Duuii. Allen. H ^ m^turner, Klein. Thejournal wf the InHt regulur meeting^in read and approved without uny 'I'bemonthly report of ofHt'era were read.^Tbe report of tbe 8tri-et coiuiuiiwiouer^lowed expenditure for the month of Sep- mbm,$LMU.:tu. JunitiH(i.Sanders. I'olice magititrate, re-^jru-d #4^1..'W collected in lllien. The re-^^rt of the city marshal allowed 17:t arrest*^^r September. Lost),chairman of tbe water cumiiiiltee,^lid be would be ready to report next Fri- yat a special meeting. He also asked^ml the...

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. — 9 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 91880. WellKnown Politicians Who Have^Often Addressed Large Audi^^ences From the Stump HowThey Compare With the^Famous Orators of the East^and of the West. Cat.sunder*. MuJ- Miiiclnnl*. iMMl Word^.nil \%. V. I'ciiiHcrtoii OMM Iti^fur *ti ('.p. OmmIIj hi tin' Newark | N. J. I Sun^da* ^ Jill: III' style of til.' mmm nun^pellet orator is wholly unlike the rhissic^mould which pMMMM Iinl^-H^-^**u^I^atmosphere of the MMt| mill ^ct tin1 tun un^^to wi ll ndnpli (1 to tlicir iMMafl pMIVMM amirantaf condition* thai mm tiny re^^versed It Unlllil lie lit Mm mm ^f MM^violence to ImiIIi. (.Hindu's siiccch lit^Cooper I nioii was a revelation t^ |^ople 111^Km Vork. His hit, idiunuitie wptw Mini:his mi tlioil of Balling tilings by lli. ir^rifjlit names: the hoiiiclv simplicity with^w)i it'll he mmmmmmI hii logical Brawls MMIMM Wl til BWMlhlllj im hi^llj^West. mi. Ainlii tins iiiicoiix-ioiihIv tcai'li^the kr^ ii-witti il orator, lie falU into t...

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