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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MOllNING, OCTOBEB 2(^ 18*9. THEMINE RM S INSTINCT WhenThey Leave the Collieries it^is a Never Failing Sign of^Danger. RobbingPillars^ in the Anthracite^Mines and the Disasters^Which Follow rvaulHuitliaif Mm Undent Win. Willi)- the^Miners I li test They Like tw^See Artiund. Anthe work wt iiiiliitiK ndviincea through^the anthracite conl fields of n^^rtIn . ru^lVniutylviuiiii. HiiyH ii correspondent of tin1^New York Times, the full of roof In-conn s^niore frequent, uiorc extensive, und more^fatal. 'I he ^rent corjsirutioUH take out^their black jewels from the |^crih'U* deaths,^rei^ardleHH of life i.lmve ^r below the rook^that underlies the shallow surface of earth^und forum the suin rineumbeiit shell under^which the coihm ntr.it^ d sunlight nf ayes is^^tored with all the subtle force that nives^impulse in v.trn.us ways to our civili/.atinn. Whinail the coal that can be removed in^ordinary course of uiiniuK has taken^the out of a colliery the work ...

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. — 26 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26, lssi). TalkWith Captain Couch About^the Boston and Montana Com^^pany's Plans. Storiestho Aboutthe Discovery^Mountain View an^i^Anaconda Minos of Th ^mibiIi. r^ ^'rn^^ liitcrrnlllli! MWI^llruis (nun I'lil I tpxlui ric I'.trk^County \iil^-^. cpt VhMMi touch, superintendent tbjjrcut litHttitii A Montana Copper com-^^^any of Hutte. wiih in (In city yesterday mi^bid ^^y home from Ml Sim llivcr rum li.^The. company ^Mr whose destinies Mr.^('ouch pMMM ^h. next t^ MM Aiiacoiul.i^^iiu|Mtny. Mm largest f.i|i|M-r producer in^t is country. . n I kwiiik (^^ tl^' fart tlj.it n^receives u I letter price for Hk product tlum^the otluT copper ^'^i(ii|NinieH. on mmm MimMmIwith Ntvifli speculators Mag Btlllill effect, ll ik tUMllHC, ^lit HIplMT lllllttc iiibh iBIMg quant il 1m hh iU facilities will^p runt This him i)Wf lf.iMMl.lMM |^oiiiiiIn^^ if puri^ ^ ^ ij^|m r [^^ r month, mid the rnptiiin^^ays Iiih company will produce more tlmii^I.'i.kii...

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. — 27 October 1889

flu VOL. XXX. NO. 27^i. WESTERNMM DEALS ENEMIESDTfHE WEST. SenatorWolcott, of Colorado. Talks^Freely About the Policy of the^Administration. Wlndom,Noble and Others tn Au^^thority Only Looking Out for^Eastern Interests. I.amiMines ^ losing; In.wn In I'lsh. Owing^to the Lead Decision A Cull furs^Convention. IhrNvKRCMm (Mi HVi~II vie* ^^( the fact^that Colorado in one of the largest lead and^silver producing states in the world and her^eitir.cn* considerably exercised over Secre^^tary Windom's recent lead decision, Senator^Woloott whs ween to-day and asked for bis^opinion upon the decision and itB effect in^the west. He said: ^The decision is an un^^pleasant shock and a surprise to the whole^mining industry of the went. Already mm of^the mines carrying low grade ore and heavy^in lead have closed down and others art fol-^lowing suit. I saw the secretary in Wash^^ington last month on the subject, and cer-^tajpily aspaatai h different result, although^the lobby in the interest of railroa...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MOUSING, OCTOBEB 27,1889. mOF FAIR WOMEN. TheRelation Which Cooking Benrs^to Happiness in the Life of a^Wedded Couple PenPicture of the Young Wo^^man Who Compels the^Reepect of All it l'^^|iulHr Amu*!-^mrnt In MTMl VlritlnU Tin- l.atr.l^limit lor ^ liunh ndfU Thevi-rv li^Ut MHW in winch Aiih-ii-^cau girls and women t. hh .iff tbe uft-qaoted^MeredituiHiu thai 'civilized man HHol^li^e without cooks' im only inuitlier m-i UM|^of the national lurk of rerereiire forre illv^serious thm^ ^ qaoth a lady of lircmd cul^ture and latfi sipi rience. who whh one of a^RToup of fi in 11, bum I ion rd( i'm t ii Well^known mount in resort. loM ^^f the^younger rut nil* r- of the (.'Mup were in^^clined to treat tha subject jokmcly and to^shrug their prettj slmnMirs over 11^ Mm^of there being anything serious in so ma^^terial | question. I.ut their elderly-friend^would have none llieir flippancy. Iaw-ur. ymi, girls it m my tiriu SfSJTSa^Mm t ha t More diToroen are to...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1889. EATON'SSTRANGE WILL. An Indiana Miser Provides^Homes For Old Maids After^His Death. For HisLand Divided Into Five-Acre^Lots and Cottages Erected^For Poor Women slatingI^ *^inalor For Year, an.I IkM^l-aavlng Hl^ fortune to ^iln^ng^^r^^A Wretched Life. Thewill o( Lucten B. Eaton, late of^Steuben county. Indiana, MM|k| ^ Inrtte^landed estate to trustees in trust for the^benefit of indigent old niaidii and widow^ladieM o^er thirty-five yeara of a^e, on ac-^eonnt of it* am^ilar terms and condition*,^and the disposition which it liiiikett of t lie^teatator's Urge cstiite haa been the auhject^of considerable comment in the newspaper*^throughout the country. Keoeutly it waa^aaaerted that the validity of the will had^been established by decree of omit, in mi^actum brought by the aon, laaac Kut.m, to^set the will aside mi the ground of the men^^tal unaoundneaa of hi* father at the time he^executed it. Tina idea wiia misleading^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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! IIi..m:n a, SUNDAY MORNXXG. OCTOBER 27, 1889. THEJjjDEPEN D ENT TERM*OF Kl BSC'KII'TION i^Dail^, By Mail, On* Year Daily.Hj ( arrior. Per Montb IM^WeAly. One Vw ^^^* Keroittanoaa^t the ri-k of Mbaories* utile*^mail* by rwa-istero.1 Ihh, check, or po-tal or hi-^praaa order payable to I'he Independent l'uhli-li^tug ^ ..||.| ^. . t-VPnrnoni.doiiriiw Thk Inuei'EMUNt - rv.-l^at their homo* or j.I^- of hiiHineej. can order l^^^Itoatal cant or through t^^!^-j^11.^in^ No. KW. Plea*-^report riMK of irregular deliver) promptly. Advertisement..,to in^ure prompt insertion^ahoul.l be handed in before 9 |^-~n^- Kejscte.1communication* not return.*! unle***^potlAge U inclined. HELEN\. mont . ^ ^(^!' THK^ KIMI \ I. IvINAI | III -I \ I I ThreeMM atli.l.ivit^ excising; Um^scoundrelly Work of the ex convict and^his gnng lit tin- tunnel prei nu t in ba^half of the republican conspirators, up^|K^ar in otir news columns tins morning.^W. F. Nugent, a contractor, who is^known as u Mi ...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOI.N1N CK TO HER 271HH^). LIVETOPICS OF THE DAY. Newsand Gossip Heard on the^Street and Gathered in^Conversation. TalkWith Dry Goods Men--A^Railroad Man a Views on^Several Subjects Itar Witter supply AflMMtM Men I in^ipni^ . iim iiI- al the llnt^ l llreailwater. W.E. Co*, tlin ml est.ite denier and cat^tleiu.in, returned yesterday from his cattle^ranch near White Sulphur Springs- when^he Iwd been punchiuu cow* for a few days^to take off the novelty of loJhMoJ real es^^tate. Tile ranch in conducted liy tin- re^^cently formed Shield* Hiver Cattle- com^^pany, Mr.Cox being the principal HM, He^brought in three car loud* of choice href^from the ranch, which his been sold to^local butchers. Howin trade, did you ask:^' said a. 1).^Raleigh, of the dry gonds Imof Rolslgtl^A Clarke, yesterday. ^Trade is good. We^have had a very heavy run this season and^the year's result will*show r large increase^in our sales over former years. We have^the only exclusive...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. BUNDAY MOltNlNg OCTOBER 27 \**^. THEWORLD OF SOCIETY. AChance to be Given in Helena^Test the Attractivenes of^Church Fairs. to SocialEvents of the Past Week.^Including a Pleasant East-^side Party TheI nlun Ctsfe of llulte Mo.emeuU^IVopIt- MT^I^ Known In tapltal ^ ^ si^etety. IHastier, of Tmh iMnVMI M invit^l I^^^and in notica. nf aocial event* of interem in^Helena or aluewliere, pprannal nr oilier itenia.^auiu.l to thin column. Names of mailer* nliiHild^accompany comiiiuniratiim*. not for i ailil n.i n n i^but to prevent n ,-^^!,^- I Societydisw h urent deal of ^ery g^^ni^church work in a very faahmiiable, ye* at^the aalue time very effective way. Tilers^ia no more aucreasful be^ar than a pretty^woman at a cliurrh f;i 1 r. Vho *JM I lnitt'in^hole iHKjuet in I In- I of your rout ami^then, in the aoM iBWfnTSi M|. MMfjM I^dollar without otfi-rinu to nmki ^haaffS,^and leavea the Imahfnl yoiin^' HI without^money or even h kind word to coinpenaute^him for lux...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27 1889 KVOLCTIOH. Abuy eat dreamiua near a atiminer,brook.^l^reamiii* ^f thinm- ^^^ml *v{ eoutelil Toview tl^- larulH ^|M^ with enraptured look;^The eunaet l^r^ of Bi, with MM blent.^Killml all li^- ^o^1 wil'1 'I^^'1 wonderment;^Hi* wm a ^K-r^d joy, ^--^.^n.i .-.^mt^^r^^.^To think thi^ earth liad iweue* ih^ MMMM fair. Ixiikcyeara have |*a*^vl; the boy luttli learnt hi*^ehare. ., . Ofknowr*!*!*- of the toil that ilaily atriret.; Howearth i* tilled with bitter rark auii rare. Andeeaaelew want brooda darkly o'er the livee Ofi-ity-hauutina toilera. men MM wive*. Ilow(-an bin In-art do othi-rwiw thau arieie Thatearth ha- deua where rurhaiia el,eat and^thieTB Oh.that the rourae of time eould haek return.^When aiinta-l skiea eould yield a |**rfi-el [aiaee.^When e\i-ry alone, ablaze with Ridden feru.^E'en in decay Mioweil la-auty'a rich inen-aee.^Auti avery ak) lark'* hhik latdeaorrow eeaae.^Heforetl.e innooenl mind luui learnt to rat-a...

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. — 27 October 1889

THEDAILY IN DEPENDENT} HIXKXA. srXPAV MOKXiXfi. OCTOBEB 27,1^8^J. .IILHrtL MININGNEWS. APlacer Claim Near Philipsburg tor^Which $100,000 Has Been^Refused. MiningNotes From Jefferson and^Meagher Counties--The^Caetle Smelter Th. In Kxtraordhiar. i^^l a Water Win.I IIm X i-l \liioiilll of^IMUMI) il Mu\^- aoutlicastcrlv direction from tin^Kkkpik properly in Mm Kirat ^'bailee dis^^trict, aava tin J'Liilij^Ml^ur^ Mnil. lava the^Homeatake tunnel, when' ^!.(^^i m k'old ^^^^l ik. v from h twenty pnuid candle Inn fall^of the ore. It in not liki ly that much more^of aucii very rich ruck to he found, hut it^aliowa whiit hits already heen done and^what the future umy lirino. Tin re is h ;^^^-^foot tunnel on the BoineMtakc. and it in^Haid thiit work ih -..on to Im' commenced on^it again. An offer of 4^lnt^.^MM^ for thia prop^^erty haa la-en refuacd. Theonly place! property around I'ioia er^that ih now Ix-iiiu worked in that owned liv^Ton Rubra and I'd. Moore, who use nil the^water that in in lioe...

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. — 29 October 1889

fluItHerta VOL. XXX. NO. 2H0. HARRIS. One-Price,Spare-Defc CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK. MAINSTREET Itla lot oficr. you can hear of it deal^^r in the Roady Made article of Cloth^UK issue a Challenge to the Custom^Tailors to equal with their work the^alas* of poods he is Belling, but here ia^an oooasion where you ran see it. Takaa stroll about our city, MMftiM^the Suds you see your frieiubi have^worked a mouth to pay for; look nt tlie^specimens displayed at the tailor shops,^jid then come down to our atore; ami^if we can't discount them in STYIjK,^in FIT, in APPKAKANCK, in TKX-^TUIIE, and in PUCK, we w ill acknowl^^dge the corn, cancel our advertising^contracts and retire from business. Youfixilish men I who have l*^en pay^ing $T^0, |*J0 and ^T0 for uSuit of Clothes,^^nine and see what we are offering for^anywhere from W to $rt.^it Riid we w ill^guarantee you will regret your nx-klosa^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter buy^your (Hothing from us. ONLYWAITING FOR R. B.h. MONTANA. TUESDAY MORNI...

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. — 29 October 1889

fHEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 29, 1889. . BATTLE. TwoMen Killed and Several Wound,^ed as the Result of an Old^Feud AMcCoy and Milton Hnloy Takon^Out of Jail ami Han^ed by^tho HutfloldB I.mi.Ii M.nli .ill- lln Vlillin- nl ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ |^^II.i.mi-.. Itituln -K. -nil nf n W li It ^ 4Mil \ I.II I'liliimi,llct.jh^a tiiK]tittcli ImM I'll-^^ iui|iic, In.. WKft 'i f' H'l ^I twenty yi irn stumiing,luiuiinnii i m ^ battla ^i^tcrdiy uearNew lliini|il llif niiinty Mi .it nl OlwkMMWMHt|itwo men In ing kill. (I^mul several Othera WIHIItdid Hum.in^DhiiiI. Iiii mm ~i^^^^-. IVIcr MuKWM mill ^^uuiulu r ..f ntli'-r f.inm r^ MIMBbWI ^t tin.^fin in nf It..I.i it Siiiilh tu an.iNt in ii barn^nnmm.'. A f' H'l lnw i iiftnl fur twenty years^i^ twi ^ n tie Urnwi and McKi nun familial^over tin- ^ ^wnctsliip of IUmL \ ^in.n r^ I t'Mik^plan- yesti rilny afternoon when without^warning Tlimnas DiiuiI shut mul killed M^Ken mi A friend of tic innrilir.il man then^kill. .I I In ud, aft. r wliii...

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. — 29 October 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, (HTOliKK 29, 1kn^^. THECOOKE CITY MIS. MountainsWhich From Base to^Summit Contain Veins Bear.^\ng Mineral. TheMen Who Located This District^the Best of the American^Pioneers rinl^ or t.oo.l Or^\ Hill the Miner..^II n. C lirnp I i11 -1... 11.ii i,mi^I ' aaibta 1UII Itoul*. CiKikrCity is Hurrmiiid.'d liv lofty iinmn-^tolUH will) ixuntiu [H'akfi mid eliur|. rulncn^supported by rouuded f^^^t liilln. These^mountnimt to the very MumiuitM Hr^- intir-^aected with MUM mineral veiiiH con^^taining iMli. lend, zinc, copper mid mitli-^gnnnw. all rarryiiiK (diver and gold. Tbiawhole region drained by the head^waters of Sodn Hutte creek, Clark's Fork,^lioaehad and Stillwater, Map t^ the^New World mining district. Iti* lielieved that fully one tboiwiud^rlaiiiia have been located ill thin district^since ita organization. The paufla who dia-^eovered. develo|m-d and hold the nil lie* of^thin district with a ririu belief in their ^ant^wealth, belong to 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. — 29 October 1889

THEDAILY INDKl'ENDENT: HfcLENA. TUESDAY MOHNING. OCTOIJER 2^, iSSi). THEINDEPENDENT TKRMsOK H.'MCRirT10Ml Daily.H^ Mail. One Vm IMI Daily,B^ Carrier. Her Month \M^Weekb.Oi.e Wr_ . KHruiltanceiiat tlie ri-k .if MMMttM1 [MMM^mailt' by nwijii'H' I Mmr. MMk. M |nntal or M*^prwwonl'T payable mill* liuli-|jenileut PoMmV-^ixiti 1 MMpMM. MImmm mmHm tm i reawramr ~^r^i^i attlwir homes or pla^i^i ^f biisini-w. ran onler by^puelal eanl nr thro'uch t1^1^^n^^ No. Wk PMM^report caw- of vniiular ilelivcr) prcimptly.^Advertisements, to in-.ur*^ prompt inwrti'in. ritwd1t^- laM in Mow I p-^i- IU',.'iti^l MMMMMMM Ml returned MMM iH-tiu:i- i- ImAmmL HELENA.MONT., OCT. 1MB, i ll \ I urukb1 ' Wepublish in another column all ill ImjmJdwpitfih purporting to turn mmb^MMttoUm New V'irk Tribune b) A .I.^Sel iginun. chairman ol 11 ^^^ republican telaOOMMlttMi giving an account ol^the palitfc^l filiation in Montana. It M miciia murlfihli conglomeration ol^fai~t Ii'khI, misrepresentation. nWifonH^tion anil ^banr...

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. — 29 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORN IN S. OCTOBER 29 1889. THEM A.M.M.A.MEETING. TheBoard of Directors All Absent, as^Expected, and No Quorum^Present. NoAnnual Reports nor Officers^Elected^A Meeting Held Just^the Same rrMtry Pope i ri-h ^^^, ii s.-ene luve.ti-^iriilliiK OMMBMm Appointed -a^l.ivrlv Time. i'CU .1.1 tn IldVlTtlSclUl Ilt It IlUTIllx r (if stiM-Wiolilirx of the Montana Agricultural,^Mrcltftuioal and Mineral association assem^^bled nt tlte nffloe nf Porter. Mutli A On IiihI^u'mht for the purpose of holding tlit- r^-tiulnr^Hiiuaiil luectinK. for the transaction of busi^^ness and the election of a board of directors^for the ensuing year.^There were present nt tlie meeting Mi Hsrs. T.11. KWankaMli Ihmi Qmi, i^. a.o. Flowerree,Kd Ziunin rin.ai, S. H. Cruunse,^Col. W. F. Sanders. .1. ('. Cuititi. Andy^(t't'onnell, A. (1. Clarke, W. 1L Sweeny, J.^H. Sanford, Jolm Wilson and 0, L Daliler,^representing ultoyethcr 111 shares of tlie^capital stork. Francis Pom, secretary, wa...

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. — 29 October 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. TUEs !^A MOl.XINf;. OCTOBEB 2.1 lH8f^. THEPERILS OP THE DEEP AVessel Wrecked Off the Virginia^Coast and a Number of^Men Drowned. FiveSailors Lashod to the Rig^^ging and Slowly Washed^to Thoir Death Wfcraa( arartanaUn whin- IMaylaa: ^ ^''^' (nilsra I ,^r, I n^l h lit l^ kllls^1^llurltil in lh^' Kuins. NoKMi.h.Va.. Oct. I*. The aaVaoBMi^BaafBB Ti HHMH ol ('iitnilin, N. j., MM^wrecked nff Mm CMM hi ^ MMM l'^^t^Wednesday night When liM *MMl was^first mm sunk inI'r.gkiTH 1 iy tlx life-oaTingcrew. Thursday morning, tiie^won MM lushed hi MM rigging. OMfcf anaMm tmmmd mm wi th swept away MM) tin-^^. I.iiHt night two men were left, nud^at sunset iMi MMMMJ ^'illv cpik- remained;^and uiiil.iiil'tedly lie will share tlM fateof^Ml shipmates MflMV morning. ^^' Ml*^saving MM MM watched for mi ^ I'l1^'^lainty to go t^^ tin- MM bM Ikl Hiirf Inn^run too high for ^ boat to Mb M attempt^at n lu'f. Alarge three in.islcil lehuoWM, tlvuil; ii^flag of tlir-tr.ml ih ashore ei...

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. — 29 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: SELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29 188a DIEDTO SAVE d CHILD. AFaithful Dog Goes Through Flames^and Rescues a Little^Playmate. APoliceman Forced to Shoot the^Faithful Ai.l rial to End His^Sufferings LatVLMS*4 ^ ^^^^^^^^^It^ an.I hW lurl-^^b^ H^ n lui i^^n- i:. u mini; ^ *^^^!^^^11 lull tii i t-ill rit ttir*. hvtrjrlniily in thin, tin- I^imi^*i^t city of tin-^HiMMitr atiite. sura hu Iniliiinn|^^li^ dis^^patch, ih kalkJafl i.i-iliiy oi the ^,mdirful^HiUhM of it dnnto an infant child^wht-Il In-ljilfHH mid MtipW k| devour^^ing flamea. The bourn- of the Ni-wella. ^ii^H. Un llfWli caught fin yesterday after^^noon. It in Ixit h biuhII IMMM) and^everybodytxo. pt tin until mother of Mr*.^Newell and the infant were ul,sent, Some^clothiut; left too clime to the r.-dhot Move^iKliited, and the elderly l.idy. who l* quite^feeble, became cuited Mi ran from the^bouse to cull uKKixtance. Immediately the^tire Mjiread, i-xtiiiililiK towards the cradle,^where the babe wun sleeping...

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. — 29 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29. 1881). L HowMining Men and Prospectors^Place Confidence in For^^tune Tellers An Old Woman Who Coined^Money From the Boys While^She Was in Helena a. iMMrt(^^ the M iinilri fill Wfm^u w H li i \v oinl.-rf nt \ iiioiiiil atM Mine.Immmmi lift, but *m *M*J m remained.She stayed m Hi lt ria but lM^tintii. Imt darinK that time she limit into^het ooffera aboutMM advertised extensiveIv.nul Md I fMal MMrJ MMM^^on the string.^ PWf iin.t.in^'^. ^In- sind hi^tier ndvvrtiKPiiieiitN and her circulars that^she could by -.amples of ore tell where the^mine was liH-ated, I lie diameter of it and^win tin r it wits lialde to bring ^i^ any MMM^or nut Of eon me, e\ervl^ody Willi a elaiin^caught on, and aftertlie Ii rst day unknown^then tihe avi rayid M *MM1 a day, or^M| hi eold ciu.li. lo dean ii|i in^ten davM is a pretty good business. The^strangest tiling t* nohody Iihh s^|iiealed. and^^t leant ten well-known mining pMMMN^in tins eity will tent ...

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. — 30 October 1889

flupatent VOL XXX. NO. 28 J LENA,MONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30. 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. One-Price,Spare-Dealing, CLOTHIER.ST. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTKKKT THEISSUES. Itia net often you can hear of a ileal^er in tiie lei-mly Mwle article of Qnth^inK insus a Challenge lo the Custom^Tailors to equul with their work the^class of goiKls he ih selling, but here is^tui oocusion where you can see it. Takea stroll nlsmt our city, examine^the SuitH you see your friends have^workeil a month to pay for; look at the^apec'iinens displayed at the tailor shops.^,nd then ii^me down to our store; and^if we oan't discount them m STYLK,^in FIT. in AITKAKANCK. in TKX-^TL'UE, and in lMlH'K. we will ackmm l^edge Uie MB) cancel our advertising^contracts and retire from business. Yonfoolish men ! who have l^een |wy^inn toO, and ^T0 for a Suit of Clothes,^come and see what we are offering for^anywhere from ttt tounci we will juarnriteoyou w ill regret your reckless^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter ...

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. — 30 October 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 30,1889. TheWonderful Record Now to the^Credit of Kingston and El^Rio R^v. aomoofthoEvents in Whioh~tho^Flyora_Showed the Metal^in Thom m1Katmr^ MTImmv Womifitut ri'rlirtn.(li^^'^ Wit,' tlM \ilm Irttt tin,^^ ^f all Turfmen lo BMM run khfuagk-Ml tin-'aMaufl witimuiu A |m| - i;i Ma it. ^ mi KlMgstM. Ilii-ik MM t linn MB fa*MM ol iiny ^ith^T^BBflt linoe tin' phenomenal 2-year-old Tra-^M| retired mi fail l.iuri-lM in the full of ikn;kftof vtaaJafl mMM mmIn ra^^MffaWi Hmomti tin' ktai ^t Mm tut m 1k7, ^-,,ii ^, H BfaM tunes mm ' utivrly inni mmUmbaat-Miwwwl timm. Aftaraavatal -erybrilliant Md mm] VfaM in I 'I lie Buimi downed bj Kinn/i, Ma Im ii^J^Ix-iilt'ii mul ^Im^ was^Sihurtly afterward de-^ff.^t^ -it liy Rm Iniiil. ThfHard Iihh nut r.uvd hiii^ ^ ili.it ill feat,^wlm li MM attrilmted to Iiik MfltMM^Tha fafM of Norfolk. El Iti^ Key's full NfahatMi Um kiag/if '^^ inmmUi !^ ism. war-didat. J h| ('i iir ^ irl v in IM MM^of IHHM mill...

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