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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1880. 7 THEUGLIEST ON EARTH. TheBataks of Sumatra so Homely^That Words Fail to Express^Their Hideousness. Leathery Skin Shrunken Over^Skeleton Bodies, Their Faces^Without Flesh. Txlb tiruuml Down tu the |MM ^^' 1^Thru Cm^^1 I l^on the OM hiiiI Seuilc^of the Trlhr. Th- popalntioii ^f MtafM turned out to^at-, ^H,\^riti H it i'orr^wpo!ul^-iit of tlie l.oiulon^Field. Tlie women w^ re h stninne contrast 10the men in apis-anuice. While the l^tter^were as lean as whi{^i^iiiK i^osta. Mil u Inr^than most monkeys, the former^lit leant^thow under twenty or no^were plnnip,^solidly huilt, full twiwined creatures, and^there were at least half n dozen in the^crowd before M who iuit;li1 fairly he termed^good looking. ltnttheoldtr mi inberH of tlie community,^the women es|*^eit^lly, iilniont HurpiKS my^power of description to uivc Ml UM of their^weird iiKlineHH. K. tersely summoned them^up as ^baked mouk.-y;^ hut a monkey^would at least have ...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: ELENA, i lilDAV HORNING. NOVEMBER 8,188a TheSuit of the St. Louis Com^^pany Against the Drum^Lummon. ANow York Man who has Bon^^ded Somo Mines at Birdsoye^and will Develop them .-r MiulnR In Hantaan -Major^ilprralloaB-Hrnin I.amnion^Outpat. Ilitilri KTarjlHidjiu Montana is interested in^the uroKreuM nf our cbi^-f itnluMtry 11,111111/^Tliere. in oonaidcriilile nuw activity juxt uow^alid miDIIJi: gossip in ulmut nil tliul in uccu-^pying the Httt-ntioii of visitors to Hm May^and aruuiitl tlin hotel InMiys, n iimjurily of^wbiim srr interested in mine*. W. II. Mor-^rell of New Vork, ban MM spending a^aoaple of ^MMtlM 111 nWMM with 11 view to^atlKiHjink' i^ ^ mini^:,' feature, and lias suc-^ooetl'tl in oomiUK across 11 Kroiip of^proHiicots near llirdseys, a short MrtMM^from HatMML Mr. Morrcll has ImiimIi iI t hcse^pn^|MTtii^^ and employed a force of im-ii^who yesti ril.i^ started for the camp wi ll^equipped with building Uniterm) arid uten-^^ilstatdcx elopiue at work...

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 November 1889

5 VOL. XXX. NO. 289. HELENA, ONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, gfl NOVEMBj,9, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIER. ST.LOUIS BLOCK, MAINBTRRET. Itia not often you can bear of a deal^^er in tht^ Ready Made article of Cloth^^ing issue a Challenge to the Custom^Tailors to equal with their work the^class of goods he is selling, but here is^an occasion where you can see it Takea stroll about our city, examine^the Suits you see your friends have^worked a month to pay for; look at the^specimens displayed at the tailor shops,^^nd then come down to our store; and^if we can't discount them in STYLK,^in FIT, in APPEARANCE, in TKX-^TURK, and in PRICE, we will acknowl^edge the corn, cancel our advertising^oon tracts anil retire/rom business. Toufoolish men ! who have been pay^^ing 160, 1*30 and HQ for a Suit of Clothes,^oome and see what we are offering for^anywhere from $22 to fX\ and we will^guarantee you will regret your reckless^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter buy^your Clothing from us. KILLERHAT...

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 November 1889

2 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SATURDAY MOKNING. NOVEMBER 9 1889. NOTESFOB THE CURIOUS. TheLast Man s Society of Cincin^^nati and Some of Its Peculiar^Features TheWoiniorfu! Eyos of an Lad^Who Nevnr Drinks^Water A *! i afflNJI i* ^ t.l ft ll^,r,im Ml I ii,' Mxln)af ^ I'm-k ^l C.ir.li la^luwil WiilnliT. laiaMaiy,IMIt oU Dr. VtttiH Ji^^i in ('mi.mi .ti. Il^ was ti c I iHt rcpreacututivu^of iini ^{the niciht uiiranuy societies, the^Tlnri'iti clnli not cioepted, Unit Ims aval^been urKiiniztH) in the United Sluti-s. About^fift\ i, ii-i Im f,.n ill ^ J. itli of [Ir. Vuttit i.^^even of the most pronilln lit citiaaM of the^city on the I^hio, |)r. V.ittirr included, or^^ganized what w is In In' known an tin* ^List^Mini's Sorii t v.^ An ii.'n i'ini iit whs si^m-d^by each In in. it unci a vciir for a social dm hitmInkm'i^ H**4, I^ ''a*' ^f ^'^ dratliof nil) of tlic members I lie other-,^wi r. to ill. ml Ins fun ral anil assist in tin urialm i in1 in it's. At Iki mmmmI aMMwaat tlii'iTiiptv rli...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9 1889. 8 MK.SlMI'SoVS CAID. T%*Ownf Bra^^ ^^^. Ki-nrk ^^ N**-u from IliaHt^nil|H^illt. IdrUirIndependent: Having uotieed an^articU in TliurmlHy'H issue, under the^hMtlinK 'How to miike Money,^ in tbe citse^ftnm v.i Kenrk, nnd M this in tli^ sec^^ond time reference bint l^een iimde hs to niy^eoirQtctiou with wild ciuw, nnd hh mutter^have been pulilndied which is foreign to thin^oiuw, and witn ^,e RT,,wed^nd mten- tionof injuriuK roe. I oonnider it is hi^li^liine for m^ to reply. I will take op the^eh^r^^e*, nnd reply t^ them in rotation ^^^they a^ published. fiTSt,the wliueiw John O'Neil, the Na^^poleon Idilonde raw. It wiis upon the^utateraentM of said O'Neil and condition of^the laud that Mr. Lalonde first concluded^to file a content in said Samuel II. heniu tt,^D. L. entry No. KM. Mr.O'Xeil represented^to Mr. Lalonde that he. O'Neil. had at^out^a yeai and a half ago, filed a content against^tame tract of tract, thiit the re...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HhLENA. SATURDAY MOHNING. NOVEMBER 9, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT TMMM(^r W BM hii-TIon Mr,My M^il.^)m;Vw^Duly. M) i Hrnnr. I'or Mi.ntli W.uoI .mi KrmittknoM^t M iWl ^f BBMMlBI {uhIfw mul-by rwfUu-rwl l.-H^r. dk. ^.r p^wt^l ^r cx- pm onl'T i^y^l'l^^ Tim luilcimuiliiiit I'ublinh-^ius ^ ^t^niin^tiy. l-,\.r~.n- .l.-siriiix Tun lKi^KPB.ii^B!fT ^prT^l^tt thfir hum^* nr plww. .^f liunim-* can onl'T l)^^portal Ml ^^' mm* MjkM N^- IM mm^r^iN.rt !^^^^^ '^f mmm delivery Iinimpll). Ailerti^.'mi'iit^, to inMiiro prompt ianortioii,^tbi.nl.I l^- handed i:i l^f.ire * |^. in. ll^j(x'u^l i'ommiiuii'atiorut not returned uuIhni poHtw li Imbbm IIELF.NA,MON T., NOV. '.^, 1MB, riu.i oui* Final ^i ^11 Althoughstatehood Ml nut ImII}^mm to uk under all tht^ happy oondi timiHtluit niir people bad inUcipMad,^MnrtMittw nn itill tetl i pritla tint tht-irstate takes M high a rimk in the^great sist^-rl^H^^l an she steps across the thresholdiut^^ tin- phwa assigned to Mr.^Phy^cally As ranks third am...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. s vTl ltn.VV MOHNlN j. H0VEMBfe2 !l lNS!l' WATERDEAL COLLAPSED WoolstonDeclares that He Will Hate^a Contract for Ten Years^or Nothing Chairman Loeb Just as Deter^^mined in His Advocacy of a^Five Year Term Mtlrruian ll^rrl^oli Kt'ganlx (hi- foiii-^|..ui, ronMUiii m . lllufl'liut In^tlurM*^ tin* l.oii|f T.'rm. 'ThfWHtiT drill with tin- oonitolidnted^company lias cuIIiiiikhI,^ remarked Jacoli^Lwti, cliairiuan of the water committee of^the council, to a reporter hint nikjht. It^wan uwert.lined from Mr. l^oel) that he con^^templated citlliiiK a meeting of the commit^tee and the water company for the pur|^.we^of arriving at amue understanding. The^oontract ban been drawn up. hut a few^hours lief ore the time of meeting Mr. Loeli receivednotilicatioii from tin- water n punythat tin y would not IgM to anything^less than a ten year contract. ^A ti n year^contract they cannot net,^ said the alder^^man, ^ho tiiat u tiles it. WhMt the next^move will lie in not know...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. ^ ATI'It DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1889. THEAMERICAN DESERT. TreePlanting in the West and How^the Rain Belt Has Been^Widened. NoBntiro Failure of Crops in Ne^^braska and KansaB for^Many Yoars itnil im k of llaln BMMW iii OoOBOO*)*^hAi^- t- h^ BOOOSflOO Kynlfiub^uf Irrigation. thiei.fthe DHM |ipM MMMMOJOOfjl^pohhsheil th.' f.illowitiK item: ^Therein,*^been m^ entire failure of crops in ui-ti rn^Nebraska and Kansas Htm* the hi^ drought^of MR I^urmu that timeIIIiiuiih ami timeeastern statca have lieen |mrrhed linira^than once. 'I he reason for thin ih fmind in very pat**! tfOO planting. TIhh 000bo*B^one of th^ annual MM tl t he settlers mi^tlie |i1hiiih. and an a rinult the ratn 00M ha*^been steadily citeiuling further west ^ith^en. i Muccii-dint; year. Win n- once the^^and hilln were giu ii up to the gopher and^jack rabbit*, are now wen cosy farm lieMMilolda ^f growing grain and bard* ol cattlefattening for the MMMw marked,.^The ^i otern progress ^f tko r^'...

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. — 9 November 1889

thedaily independent: ii el en a, saturday morning, kovembek ^, 1880 7 Of io. Mellette's Report Showing the^Growth in People and Wealth^Before Statehood. dairyingand Stockraising Becom^^ing Important Induatrie8--The^Irrigation Question \u.Tin Ml lira in llir lllurk Hill- Said^Im l^. the M,^sl MmHi In thf a..i 1,1. WiBIUNOTON,Nov. H.^(I.IV. Ml ll.'tte, of Intuituterritory, in Inn annual ri-port any*,^fine Kruwlli of |h^|^ulation ban Ikh^h rapid^nil stuble imd imw riMvln'itCiO.tlUlluN a^uiiwt^lu.t.Hi iu lKWi. The total nrva tiled ou^luring the y^-:ir was U',(l!t^;,03J iicr.-a against^Jst*.Ill'tlie piMwMag year. Tu^^ report^^^^^ tin re lias lieeu durinu'tlie past year u^taetioal ceKKatiou of railway building, u^^linijwied vMk tlie MWMh lutivityof^87. L'poii the subject of iinrioultuie tlie^l|ioit nays: ^Alnmht fie entire area of^lukota in auseeptible of cultivation, and^llnse isirtiolis not yi t adopt, d are available bgnitacikoskitot Ik* raiataji of winch^lak'ita |nis-i h-i t. peculia...

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. — 9 November 1889

8 1JIKllAILY INDEPENDENT! 11 ELKS A. SAT*tj I'D A Y U6RNING. NOVEMBER ^, 188U. QREATGRANITEMOUNTVr It' tnnualKepori of This Pwrless Mir, e^to the Stockholders, for the^Fiscal Year TheDividends it Has Paid and^the Wealth it Has^Produced Km i mi ' '^' ^^lrlkr In tlir Souiln-ra^i'nMM MimtAiia Mlnint; mmmmb1^lor MS Mnnllii Ihe siimml re|^^rt of Ik*^!riuiite HoM^iiiin Mining e.iiiip.iii^. .'iililresseil In I lie^BbMMBBMTB, ih out. II i* a very compl. lc^mid iiitcrehtiniifiliicuiiiciit. **r^-~nl^ nt Ifmn-^^ey'n rep^rt IwinK of s|^-cuil interest. It^BjVM^ HmImI history of Ik* prn|k rty^whirli will prove viilu.iMc when tin- history^of MMM. 1^ llMBBM shall have MM bbm iii^*ii Anions tin- ImbniIbm. bomm mM hitin- report some an- hero niv ^'^ Tim^totnl |^riKlcirt of tin- (Jr.-milr mines ill no\-^BMMMt htaiiil.ini MlM has mm .fU.il'l'i,-^|3T..:W, wliili MBMMl receipt-i M $li).*.ihh..^Wl.l'-I, BMMMJ I lift the Ui'liioiictr.iatloii of^nilvnr liy MM BBMMMMl IMI cost the com^^pany to July ill. ^t,:...

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. — 10 November 1889

file$*Una 9t v \ VOL. XXX. NO. 290. li,MORTON S LICENSE. TheVice-President's Hotel Saloon^the Subject of Discussion in^the W. C. T. U. MissFrauces Willard and Gov^St. John Opposed to Mary^Ellen Foster. MaryKllen says Morton's Har In a Nc..^^^My. Inn MM OMVMMMI Does^Not ( (invmlr It. Cnirioo,Nov. '.^.^The national couvcn-^tion of the Woman's Cnristiuu Temperance^Onion resumed it* session this morning. A^telegram from Washington wan read as fol^^low*: ^A straight l^ar room license whs is^^sued to Vice-President Morton's hotel iu^the name of Aiiioh K. Jermati, manager.^All the other saloons are without a licetiHe.^^Mr*. Kllon Foster, of Iowa, theanti-W'illard^leader, arose and suid: ^1 would suggest^that it doe* not couiport with the objects of^the W. 0. T. DL to make any suggestion* to^Vioe-Presidcnt Morton. It in probably nec^^essary for hnu to hare a bar in hi* hotel,^just as it i* necessary for the l'almer house^to have a bar, just as it is necessary for^the W. ('. T. I'. to have i...

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. — 10 November 1889

2 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT^ flKLEXA. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10J 889. IWORLD Of SOCIETY. HelenaPeople Resting Now in An-^ticipation of Gay Times Dur^^ing December TheProponed Inaugural Ball and^Suggestions Concerning its^Conduct riauiti11,t. 1111iiin. iii^ Durlag the Wm a Th ^ ..iin K E|^Imi^P*I i ill-rlHllinielit^^ Prr^i^iiiil iui.1 (..-neral. fatjlittl' ^! iBSSfSBl lias tr;iiiH|iirwl iu a^^oeial wiiy daring Mm punt ^^^k, and it^Seem* n^ ii H promise of ii merry iiimitU^in Decern!' r tinl taken tin i tl.t nfl the Pi^tit. i ^ iek xikiiiI pdstj durum the^prtwut in nt I The BNBSSSl of .in in^augural bull in ti^- near future however, ih^cheering int. lligl nee, mid andoul.t.illy such n MM BoBld prove ^ very pipulut iMBH^^^train^u of tin i-i^^d will Kent-rally borne to^wirdhi iit : ^ : M-rnor and the lu^h esteem^in which be i^ held, while, of course, it^Would M m to I i;ire^s the henrty upprecia-^lion ^^f nil ^il en izena for the fact that wu^art now duly enrolled an a Mlute, and en t it 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. — 10 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MO UN I KG. NOVEMBER 10 1889. REALMOFJMH WOMEN. PriiceMurtt Explains Why His En.^jtgement With Miss Caldwell^Was Broken OnlyFifty Thousand Franca Of^^fered for a Husband With^Ancient Lineage aaraagaAtTactlon c^r ^ HonU^n MM (^r ^^Brwokljn MNlMH Mary Oar-^r. It', (.rn. r o.II i HrmeeMural, th* gallant French cavalry^general, who ha* become variously decorated^and extensively gray in the Pari* salon Ml^^ provincial chateau, ban finally refused to^let himself oot aa a niari deooratif to the^piou* American heiress who Rate half a^million to a Catholic univeraity. ^'Hem.^Mid the prince to a circle of intimate* last^eveuinR, ^the Jockey club was ^*^'* de 1h^tallette. Not enough money. Isayiioth-^inn to my fiancee about MM until Satur^^day. The lawyer calla at her hotel where^v* were all gathered by IWMWMMI to^ikTJ the HMlMient^. 1 had expected to^witness on h^ pad MM MMKMMM.^What do you imagine I aawT I hat durinu^my life time I was to be allowed fiO.W...

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. — 10 November 1889

V THEDAILY IXDKl'KX DENT; HhLEXA. SLTJDAY MOHKIKQ. KOVKMBEB 10, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT TKKMSDl si list Kil l ion ailjH) Mail. One ^w^kill. Hy t ^rrier. lVr Muutii^WseUy, On.' You- Ml 1.00 .uu HaiuitUuoraat tho ri^k of - it.- ^ itwi |onl^w^u^r b^ nsri.tftrwl l^tt^r, oliwk. ,,r |^mtal or n-^ptmm order psyslilo |4^ ll- lD(l^^|^^inloat l'ublinli- lllt!P*l . HIVnwuui (lairing The Imdependemt mr^i^l^^t tlkAtr humn. or [,!^,*^., of IhinIiihmh ran onlcr liy^yrftsl flsrd or through IslsSJSJOaS Nr.. 10(1. l'lt*a*h^report ra^M of irr.*rular .1-11v.-ry promptly.^MMkEMk\ lo ImR pminpt inwrtinn. tumidbe haudnl in I.^ p. m. llsjwtodeommnuiratioua uot return*,! unit***^^ ia iorluMsl. HELENA.MONT., NOV. M, lHWt. iii 1 mom Wtl ONMPI It \^ 1 tt. LmJ^ Rapublio: TIm ex p^^^ tat ion thatthe decision ^f tinurtB would de torthe repuhli'mm friiui carry ing out^their conspiracy I ^ steal the Montana^Senators gave Ofodil VMM none was^due. It exjiei ti'il i seinlilance of rcs|H;ct^for law from men who are entire...

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. — 10 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOKN1N9. NOVEMBER 10 1889 VALEMONTANATERRITORV TheNew State Officers Assuming^Their Important Duties at^the Court House. Qov.Toole Will Issue His Proc^^lamation for the Legislature^To-Morrow Hewor* ami IMMMli Aruuml thr Ntatc^Houwi AmullK the New unit Old Therew.-M more life tbrvn uhuiiI around^the comity court house yeat-rday, the new^^lid outgoing officiala asauminej their re^^spective duticK. Got. Toole MM in hw^office nearly the entire day, and received^many caller*, not a few of whom were^tadit-H. The Kovernor ha* not done an^official act yet, and waited iu vain for aoine-^thiiiKto turn up. The governor wan ft r-^fectly Ht home in hi* new quarti r*. II id^Secretary Itotwitt arrived yeatirday, the^official procliiiuiitiou cnlliinj the first Mate^legislature together would have heen issued.^Mr. Kotwilt will arrived yc-tcntuy even-^inu and will qualify to-morrow, when^the proclaiu ition will lie issued. The le^is^home may be called w ithin live...

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. — 10 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOUXING. NOVEMBER 10,18S1). HANDLINGRICH METALS. HowGold and Silver^the Helena U. S^Office isTreated i^Assay turnedto th* N i ^^gj* **jft^* troubleiBIMMa... .. , , rj Thefollowing m-riiiiiK the HipH I..,.^.fUrlim* dalv receipted for a* PHWing^out of th. .miter's haul, are hr.m.|L U^*^rk it office mid welytied hi^Hiid bWMM clerk The InsideWorkings of an Im^^portant Government In^^dustry pHltj.a^ml^| anil i^Tars* V't a MM**! In.Utallun. iHalo oi mwt^^^^lag Olieofllieliuiiliiiul** .if MM mid^boildiiiK wlm Ii struct* a k'rml deal of at.^hail inn, ii il mill mn nrr the residents but^also aiumu: the tourist* and stranger* with^in our ^at. h, is tin- l'niti.1 States a**a^ of-^floe, ataudiDi: us it d.** uu a irrecn iind vel-^Tetj award of its own and bearing every^BSndcuc. of that care '^'I attention Il^fUTernmeiit ..llices always r.-c.-ivc. Thissubstantial l^nck structure wan^erected under IM supervision of M. A.^Ifvjendorfl, tin present nu Iter, in tb-...

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. — 10 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, 1880. THKCITT ^ HOIK. father^n' mi^ sre gettiu' old; W ain't MHll il^* ^*. . .^Of (^^' to hear (he WW Ofpreaehin'.Sabhath owhen we wu with Andrew'. folks. An'Sunday mornin' come,^^,.we'd hear the word ^u jin* Idtin ^weet hymn, they ^ung. A.n'when we rtood in tint dim aisle. 'Neathari'M an' tinted stone,^A ray of light tourhed father', hair An*hi. woru feature, shone. The..man's grand an' solemn too. je*t.ouu.led like a prayer.^An' when it stopped I neemed to fsal Wing,beatin through the air. Theprmliiral.^ the privtcher .aid, Of.inniu' weary thrown.^Ua* left the .wine an now ha. turned ill.face toward. Ml houn1. Thenall at once the rhoir rix; Italmo-l made me laiinh^To hear that MM MMJ .hriek. 11ring in the fatted calf! 'Bringin th^ fatted calf, the calf. Imploredthe alto low.^An' all the rest jiii^d in. m if Tle-ycouldn't let it no. Thetenor^, pleading MMMl my heart, AtrttMr a mm a stone^Not to her come a ftftkln in Inanswe...

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. — 10 November 1889

1HE DAILY INDEPENDENT. HELENA. SUNDAY MOltNING. NOVEMBEB 10.188U. M\mBRIGHT FUTURE TheCity at the Head of Navigation^Keeping Up With Her Sister^Towns. TheCenter of r Rich and Rapidly^Growing Soc-tion in Northern^Montana. Froi^^^'^i MMagi ^^' Inafcawaitje Hr*B.lo - -li^ i |^. ^ ^^^l^ mill Wool shipmentsfor a Iw, publicspirit iih wi ll mh tin- more recent im^^provements. TbtM indicate h imoumm ^*^BwMrtgftkaeitiaMMtoMfBty tb^- to^^n,..Hl* and V.ke.p pace with th.- ^n.wtli of^OthM town*.. It mm certain that tin- re- wntoMtiai ^^f 'in- i*aet ImMm mwm^^in Northern Montana for settlement^will ihra added ImpurtiBM to Dentnti^wh^ n tini^Gait^ road ii* tnlanad ^ hirye 'pail ..f tli^- trade fiom tins vast section will Cioo tiHuln-y t^^ Hh Mf ^^^ MlH-^Houri. . Withtin--* proHpwtive enti rpriiwH aim^tbf assistance of a live lioard of trail.- hii.I^a patriotic, wi ll edited ncwitp^|^-r will come^other ooannnpUted tmpnmmmaM, Ii* fu^^ture prosperity already assured there are^many reasons f,,r In ln...

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. — 12 November 1889

flicifAjjma FREEP -BLIC LIBRARY, VOL. XXX. NO. 291 SLENA. MONTANA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS HARRIS. L CLOTIIIKR. ST.LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTKKBT. DIDIT EVKK mO VOr^That year by year the habits at People^vary aH do the Fashions I Time was^when nlxiut the only chance a man had^to get a Suit of Clothing without paying^^four prit*^ would l^ to haggle I* an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue ind\ice the contending parties^to compromise Differenthere, and it m our proud^honor la stute we were the I'mneers in^thin system of On PHOT. W^ have^({one ahead iif any of our com|s't ibus.^and mark all our good* in Plain Ft*^Ml True there are some of tin- ^How^Much Will You Give^ class of clothier*^^those relies of barbaric clothing days^but their days are mini laired; and ere^many iiiooiih have come and none they^will be luiil nway and have joined Hie^silent majority. Huttalking at changes. Dontchcr^know it is time tochange your Oven-oat .^Han not this stor...

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. — 12 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12 1889. TheAppointment oftlie First Ameri.^can Bishop Celebrated at^Baltimore ThousandsofPeoplo Of All Growls^Witness the Scenes Attend^^ing tho Event l.i.lu.i; Writ nl llii (hiirili In Atnrrl.a arili ini.ii i PpsssbI a i i'iiiii^iiup Kian*MBStSft] AaVtSSM Hain si'no, Miiv, 11.^I In' iiiuM itn|x^rt-^^nt urtnip nl NHk in tin- hiilmy of tin*^Catholic cliurcli in Antrum iiMik place litre^^catt-rdtiy. It wim Hit cumin nciiiient ^f^'in- triple sMnttN nf Um ^nie bwrfMNfe aiuiivcraarvof tin- appointim nt g| tin- tirnt^American ObBBSUi MsBBB, tin iiiiiUKiira-^I Ion nf t In- tirut con^rew^ of ^ ntliolie lit)^BMB In lit in I lie I Sited Ustal 'mil the tit ill^Cation of the new initioiml MhrSMMf fur^OslkoliSBi Ten tlioiiMimJ atraiierra were in^Kaltlliiurti to witness (lie Hp.elude, fnir^UsMMteMf l^ ople i not counting ksSSfl^Catholics) m subM prmlbll b* bbbobmb*.^jnt.il ni tin ostkMnl) imi Um nutml K'elll'hWere t.i lie '.Tilt' Intll iii^...

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