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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER HO, 1889. B.BONNLR'S FLYERS. rsesthat Have Lowered Their^Records Since Going Into the^Veteran's Stables. tsDisputing, the Assertion that^He Has Not Kept His Stock^in Training. TimeMade liy Mnu.t *. Kuril., Marti.,^roenlionlaa ami Otlit-r Kleet-^K^.1 Trnltera. usedgoing any time time within aixtyiliOi^daya from date of sale. Htop-overa allowed^at hut i^^iut deaired^either uouik' or **-^tefaH ^llllll limit of ticket. Kaeuraion-^iata have choice of two route* from Port^^land^ hv steamer, or hy rail, via the famoua^Mi 'in.t Mi.i-t a route. Bearin mind that the Northern 1'acific ia^the only line ruuuiiiK through aleeping and^dining M to the l'acitic carnal. A.I). I ...^ m. (K'neral Agent. A(ohmI t'anich Syrup,^l'here ia nothing; juirentH aliould be *o^careful alKint bk Delecting a cough syrup,^llegga Clu rrv Cough Syrup, cuata no more^11 in oh ^ ip an I 11 ^ rior noatrnma^brown on the market. The la-at ia none^m^ ;_^.^. ^^1. la- s...

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. — 20 November 1889

6 THEDAILY iMnKPKVTn^vp. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNTNG, NOVEMBEB 20, 1889. THEMERCHANTSBANQUET ManyNotable Men Present at the^Chamber of Commerce Anni- ,^versary in New York Bx-ProaidentClevelandTelia What^to Do With the Nation s^Retired Rulers Wla.Willrr l h. i|^. ..n Hi.- n.^-^l .il Hu^i aaajMi n iii rutin. ^i i ii^- 4wMm WWmilI MM .lu.ll. I^rr SunYdiut. No*. lit.^Tim ^'lmiiil*r ..(^OMMMM Khvc iih9Ut Iniiitiriil and Iwi-n^l^ fir.t minimi Imnqni t tn-int/lit Many^uotablm wt-rc prewiit. I'rettidi-nt Kiuitli in^hiM nddreHi* rifirnil Ui our MMMNill in^iit.-i- HMld t.i inaun- tin- *U^X'titH uf the^world's fair it muni bt l.x itfd in N^ ^ Vnrk.^Ki l'ri*u|i nl Cli'Vi'liind rrM|Hindcil to tin-^tonal, ^Our Honorary Jlt-inUr*.^ He mud^ill. r. tlioald u* in.ire liuHincHH men in our^uat ioim I nlii huhIruti.iiih of public life.^Smndiil* K.inld h|^ . dilv dis!i|i|M'Hr if Iiiihi-^ui'hk iim'Ii would take ^n-ntrr int. real in pub^^lic affair*. Jtffi rrin^ to (lie ^|in wtioii, wl...

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. — 21 November 1889

fHelena w^7 VOL. XXX.-NO. 299. HELENA, MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS HARRIS. I, CLOTHIER, ST.LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTREET. DIDIT EVKR ST1KK YOU^That year by year the habits of People^u do the Fashions'^ Time was^when about the only chance a man had^to get a Suit of Clothing without paying^(our prioee would be to haggle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue induce the contending parties^to compromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^this system of On Pkk k. We have^gone ahead of any of our competitors,^and mark all our gcxnls in Plain Fio-^orbs. True there are some of the ^I low^Much Will You (live^ class of clothiers^^those relieB of barbaric clothing days^^but their days are numbered; and ere^many m^xms have ooine and gone they^will be laid away and have joined the^eilent majority. Buttalking of changes. Dontcher-^know it is time to change your Overcoat^^Has not this storm suggested to you t...

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. — 21 November 1889

2 Till!DAILY IMM l'l n 1 ^i \ i ; iiklkxa. THUBSDAT MORNING. NOVEMBER 21 1889. PLAYFOR HIGH STAKES. AChicago Man Drops Thirty.Four^Thousand Dollars in a Pri^^vate Faro Game HeNever Piokod up n Bet ami Atria -^teur Gamblers Reapod the^Harvest IrH Tora M,^litf,^1i.,ii. i 1* itir.l iliil I * m^smiHtth ^ liin.iman from IB**^('^^a^l ThirtvfUr thoiia'iul dollars i* a den11ifaaatyaaywagyaataak tt it. ^uJ^it in the ri.u-1 auiu tint a - 1-t in ii 1 tt.f^private faro gntre BDUrt'iiug ^tt r i arek^aj:o. hiith tlir ('hicao ^ 11^ r tlit It ^ .^ ^ t o-^tion day, and the \^ inl ir.i.l. w ,^:^^^- ^i^Hii ('. j. finger, of SYhwartr. Pni* f A ('.^.^C. H. Smith, of ('. H. Sn.ul I Ot . nuU LaopridHaass, koafi al tr.,i^ ^ i^ ^ ^ n amirich mi ll, nil MM over to t lie Hotirmu^club to |ihi^ .way tlif tnut*. I he IViheuii;^cluli ii in tli' !^ ir * if ^Dutch H, nryV -^^loon, and i n rybualj alio lias ever had IB] Ihlagwdniiiiika naai known ^Dud Hinry^ and Inn |^!:^*-^^. I'i'l^^ r Mi SBO iH^for theae gentlemen...

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. — 21 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THUKSDAY MOUNTING, NOVEMBER 21 1889. 8 THERISE OIE CLERK. Howa Wise and Thrifty Young Man^Suddenly Became a Prop^^erty Owner ARow of Five Neat Brick Cot^^tages Which Testify to His^Shrewdness Tk AprsiilatlTC Vouun Man Who WM^Nrver Happy BattlM He II wl ^^^ li In Something. Arow of five neiit littto brick dwellhiK^houses now in course of erection in ^ coni-^paratiTely new section of Jersey City una^an interest iuK history. Tue houses are two-^story and extension affairs with oellurs, and^wbitt real estate aKents call ^all modern^improTeuu nts.^ TUey are neatly finished^in hard wood inside, and are of the sort^that commands a reutul of about **^ 8^month each in Jersey City. They are be-^m built by a man who, up to a few months^ago. was too poor to own even the house he^litcd in. He was a clerk on a small salary,^a savin^, thrifty f. How, who thought it the^snpreiuest folly to play the races, I.nv lot-^tery tickets, or otherwise invest a dollar in^whit was...

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. — 21 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMHEK 21,1889. THEINDEPENDENT nounov wiiacRiPTioa H ^ arn.T I'er 1-*^^Wwklx. Oun imt... I.W WtbiOm- ^-! ^l Mi- ri^k nf -,!^^^ ril^t uul'xw^^bW by nui-i.T**! Mt*T. i-li^^-k. ^^r ihMaI or ^*x-^^r.^ 4.: !.^: |^jr^l)l^ Ui I ^.^^ . I ,^ |.-;.l Publish-^inn 1 'onipariy. ^|Vr~iu^iriruc lit Ikuepejuknt ^mt^h^|^tt thf*ir humm or [^la.-t^^ of Iiuhiiihmi c*q urU*^r l^y^^twt*l c^rl or tlir-Kijrti MlsBiMM No. WO. I'li*^-e^r**ort r*M~ nf irp'ifilUr ^l.^li^^^r^- promptly. Adii*rtiM*ntt*rjtf*.to iriKiirn prompt iu^*.rtiori.^^ honl.l In* tubii.l-wl i^i '- ' ^ ^ - p. m. lU'ji**Nil poirmiiiuir^liotm nut rotaruinj ssjsji^^ i^ inclosed. HELENA,MONT., Nov. U, UN MUNI \ V\ III DDI K \IK . Newif irk Star: TbttS should Jin .'no^reason for nervousness about Montana.^Montana is democratic MMl must remain^so. Apprehensions iilxiut tdi- *peedy^presentation of republican certificates ofwuiitorial cicctioii involve ivUmmoh^the btlMgi oalM ^lagging the I MM tion^ ...

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. — 21 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21 1SS9. 5 THECLANS_GATHER1NG. Politiciansare Waiting Anxiously^for the Opening of the^Legislature. TheConspirators hold a Oonfer-^anoe Yesterday Behind^Looked Doors. Saadrr*anil Hi^ l.tratrtmnU HrhruitiiR to^^^Ml the l.^ |fl^lHt ure - The^luif Arrivals. Uncertaintywhs tbe only surface feature^of the political aitUHtion laxt evening- No^one seems to know wuat will develop in the^next few days. Tlie extreme reticence^anion^; politicians of both parties indicate*^a restless feelin^ that aeriouii results may^follow certain lines of action. If trouble^occura on Saturday no one will be surprised^tuouKb no one will admit that anything- of^the kind is expected. As one of the atate^officers remarked, there is very little outside^talking but a |^ood deal of thinkiiiK is Koinif^on. The moat ^i|rninciiut political event^yesterday was a conference of the republi^oan conspirators in the afternoon at the^office of president Harrison's Unite...

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. — 21 November 1889

6 TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MOltNING, NOVEMBER 21.1880. GIRLSWITH THE KNIFE. FairHands and Faces Around a Dis-'^^secting Table in a Women's^College. IndustriouslyStriving to Master^the MysterieB of Surgery and^Medical Practice Itcosts but fifty rent* and only a few dt*M-H,^or ^t most, not ovrr one-third f a bottle is^required tu tiiH]M-l nil symptoms of the dia-^i-ase. ( an von afford tu rink ho maob lor so^little^ There is not the leant daiift-r in ifiv-^iliK this remedy in lnr^e and frequent dunes,^which are always required. :in it contains^in. injurious substance. As a nnsif of this^fact, we refer to John L. ^ tlsou, of^Moines, la., whose 10-year-old boy drank^tlie entire coiiti nts of a fifty cent bottle of^( li.uiilierliiiii's Coairli K^int-dv without the^least injurv. For sale by H. M. l'archen ^^Co. amali lluue^ Kept liv KM MudriiU ua M..iu.nlI the Old Days Spent In4 olleg-e. Ahalf score of bhsimniK yf^nn(i lady stu^^dents with Iodk Mother Hubbard aprons^stretch...

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. — 21 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUKSDAY MORNING. NOVEMHKR 21. 1889. rHYis Til | STATION fACAITI u-.:^^^^^ Their was a Urrmt Rkunk Flajhl I^ j It.Id Willih Mali Trlumphnl. BosUmDaily Olube: West Meilford has^DC of the prettied stations on the line of^he BoBtou | Luwi-11 railroad. I' bad b^'n^the pride of the station nijent. the ticket^teller and the baKBHKe maiiter. But they^have hII moved out now. The station a^eiit^U locuted in the frei^ht houso, the ticket^^eller oocupu M a bin dry K'ooila t^ox and the^bajoW iu.isUt stays out in the rain. Trav^^eller* await the arrival of trains in uei({h-^boriUK yroeery stores. Thecause of all this upheaval is simply a^ikunk. Nottiiiiti more nor less than a li.r^e^blai'k and white skunk. (Quietly he came in^the darkness and stillness of the ni^ht and^took possession of the ^ladies' room.^^When the station ayent arrived to ^open^up^ yesterday moruiii|^ lie soon beoMM^aware of the presenceuf the intruder. Hast^^ily he lient a retreat from llie diinn...

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. — 21 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY IfOBNTNGh NOVEMBEB 21, 1880. STATE'SCHIEF INDUSTRY. LiteReports From the 0. R ^^Mine of the Most Favorable^Character. N. Discoveryof High Grade Ore Near^Helena--The Phil Shonon^Sale. lt^ l.at*^l Oulput of Hie -jL.tl.-.l II.m,.^li.ii. !^^r Copper In ^ utility^Uracil. Inereaaiai (ieoSmith returned liwt eYeiunn from^Ibe O. H. A N. niiii) , in MihwiuI.i county^aud Hindi- the lii'iirtH ^^f Mh atMfajMMwi^thump whfii lit' im|mrt^ d to thciu the wel-^ooine iicwh i^f wluit i hi- dcvelopmcnta of the^paxt few days drought out. IK- k^vm tlint a^IxmIv of lnoh |{rii^le ore, ten or eleven feet^wide hud Ih ^-ii i-i|) ^^id in till' bottom of the^in . ii Hliiift, winch in now down uincty ei^ht^feet. TtiM vein curried a Hlreuk of liiyli^|{rude ouIimiii mid the reiii'iind'-r ik iron ore^^howiiii; unlive Hilver. Work will li^ viyor^^ in- v proneuiited in the ahiift, which will lie^put down to a depth of kM feet. The (). U.^A S. directum arc highly elated over the^p...

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. — 22 November 1889

flicmims m VOL. XXX.-NO. 300. NA. MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 22, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTKKKT. Dinit Evi -k st 111 vor Thatyear by year tlit^ habits ^f People^vary m do the Fashions^ Time was^when about the only chance n man hail^to get a Suit of Clothing without paying^four pric*e would be to hackle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^^r fatigue induce the contending parties^to compromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to 6tate we were the Pioneers in^this system of Onk Pkk i.. We have^f^Hi^ ahead of any of our competitors,^and mark all our gooda in Plain Kmi-^wkrh. True there are some of the ^How^Much Will You dive^ class of clothiers^^ those relics of barbaric clothing days^^but their days are numbered; and ere^many moonB have come and gone they^will be laid away and have joined the^silent majority. Buttalking of changes. IKrntcher-^know it is time to change your Overcoat^^Has not this storm suggested to you th...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 November 1889

2 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. 1'HID AY HORNING. NOTEMBEB 22 1889. THEKANSAS CATTLEMEN. Membersof the Cherokee Li\e Stock AssociationPreparing to Sell^Their Cattle ManyGrowers Alarmed Over the JOutlook Owing to the Prevail^Low Prices Mmjoillruni I're.liet* Hail TtMl Aeaeafl^Mi. I i v in- I iii- \ ear. hut It. ' :. . Tim.I In Mure. knh^k cm Hot, Me it i^ iimi.rntiioJ tlie^ hepik' e laWa i*0(al MMMlltfH lio^^ImikH tu nuunlv upon Secretary .Villi.- * 111-^titnatioii that t liev will In- rt nmvcil fmiii^the Cherokee nutlet licit -1^iinmid hn^e^decided to |., , . tin ir stuck u|^ ^n the mar^ki t t't'idiiiillv to iivmd tin- depression wlucli^Would result if tin large number of c.iitV^in tlie nutlet Wttt iii.uki ti d ill mil- Hiije. Dozensuf rati If liurmiH wt ro in tlie.^oitv tliiH wn k. and it ih plain I tint^they IN iini.iay ^ver tin' chihIi^ti^hi of tin ir Inn-incs. Conversations^Willi tlii'iu disclosed tin- fid Unit tin- r.il^tic industry nf tlie I luted Stall*, ih totter^ing and nlm...

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. — 22 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MOKXING. NOVEMBER 22 1889. 8 SCOTLANDYARD RELICS. HorribleMementoes and Ingenious^Criminal Devices in the London^Black Museum. TheCrime of a Jew for Which He^Suffered Death on the^Gallows -r%.Utile ^'^^' Trlt k of an AhitI.mii^Tw^ ^le\er llMMll Swindlers-*^.lekvll ami Hyde. Portland.Spokane Fulls, Butte and Hel^^ena, to CuicaKo vih Council Bluffs, than of^ferine to the public facilities not (firen by^any other line. ^Tlie Limited Kant Mail^^which run- daily between the above points,^carries (lie Overland Fast Mail, a limited^iinnibi r of tirst-clnss passengers without^extra charge, and is ooiupoaed of l'ulliuau^Yestitiuled Sleepers. San Kranciaco to^Chicago via ('ouiicil Kluffa, Pullman Yesti-^Imled Sleepers and l*ullnian DiuuiK Car*.^I'ortlaud to Chicago via Council Hluffs. Thinia another indication that the I'nion^Pacific is desirous of meet inn the require^^ments of the people. For information in^regard to thia and otht r train* on thia line,^...

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. — 22 November 1889

1 THEDAILY IN DEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 22,188^J. THEINDEPENDENT TKHMsorsi MCMMfOVi Oailj.H^ Mi' Onf \^nr im^Q^il). By farrier. IVr XI.on. I.Kl^WBftiy. Om imi ^^^ Haiaittiiirmat tin^ ri-k ^^( ^'iWril^T uiil**^^^tale by r'vi~i^t^.t (utter, rliivk. or j-i-ul ur i*x^prm order |*y^l)lf to Th^ ImIv|i*iuIhuI Pnlilirti- III^ ^ ^::. i 1 * l*r~|Vr~irii.ilmiriiw rilie IMNMH wr^^il^ftt th*ir horriMN or*^f huHincMi can order by pwtal o^r l or lliromjli ml.'plume No. IK). l'l(^a-^^r^l^orl MMfll irr*^K'il*r'I'-lo'Ty pr^^mptIjr. AflvertiMenuMit*,fu iu-'irii prompt iiwertion.^nhiilll.l Ite hill li'l in M M I I'- m. Kejea'tnlcommiinii al ion* uut returned unlewa^povtain* i^ iurliiwal. HELENA,MOM .. NOV.fl, LMR ttil \ i ll NKAMt Willthere Ik-two legislature*' IfUw a/iobad BowMah ol rtasdwi mmI liershlieldarc followed. Vos. Ifthere are men -if courage. lintitlfHH^Md inilcpcndenie among It^' republican^members of llie legislature. No winita ill two lafialaturaa mu^^The election ol two...

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. — 22 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. ITUDAY MOHN1NO, XOVEMUKlt 22 1889. 5 DETECTIVEOR THIEF TheState Makes a Strong Case^Against the Burglars, Kelly^and Nieman. Detailsof the Attempted Rob^^bery and Assault Upon Two^Youn^ Women E Arlly tit rrotfil a Itarliiif ( look, .mil^Mrnmn H^ IIU Milt'-I'Mrtller ill H l*^*^T II til Tin city ofllwni did a cmlitalil*' tiling^wheu they lirouylit Jon. K^-lly. alius Hick.^Uj juHticc, us it in doulitful if h more hard^^ened criminal wax ever confined in the^county jail^a criminal from eliildliood, an^he ackiiovt U dnid MsmM to lie. Hin accom^^plice, Ed. Nieman, who imsed before the^courtyesterday aa a detect ive. wan a cell-^luate of Kelly in the Deer Liod^e jail about^t^ , years n^o, Nieman wan confined for^^^takint! a couple of spools of thread from a^saloon in Anaconda, and the judtic nave him^twenty daya just for ineanneHH. hecauae he^made audi a amall Hteal.^ It wan on the Ml^of November the pair next met in a saloon^on Main street, and on account of f...

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. — 22 November 1889

6 TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FHIDAY MOltXING. NOVEJfHEK 22,1889. ALively Little City With Great^Promise of a Bright and Pros,^perous Future Froma Mining Camp to a Town^Which is Becoming a Mer^^cantile Center Mmbii'of ill. Ilnsliiess Houses anil the^!..(^^ Who ^rr r..ul.ling ii|^^the t'ounty. Punt,Nov. ^JO.^ |HptTial (lorreHprnidcnce^In I. |.. ii-i- nt. ^At the inoutli i^( I'ony^Ouloli, walled in nil either side l^v mmv talllHllf Solid nick. Ill-Htll H till- MMtMj vil ii-e ..f Pony, one of the oldest iiuuihk^camps in Montana, iU cjihti-ncc (luting^bark as far ns Mil Hut tin- I'ony of to^^day ih liy no menus the Ponj ol yesterday.^I.ittli hf little tut harriers which have for^years Heelueil to nlist i net itM growth have 1... ii removed mid it ih M longer ri-^nrili-d^ana ilnioy ' ^mill/ caiup, utmost void of^Ihcse fiat una calculated to at trad the mm^cultivated )^.^itmil of civilization, hut an a 1.1.-Him: little city of 4UI inhahitaiitN, just lilii. n,' into metro|Militaii life....

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. — 22 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1*89. 7 litriKW DMKSS TheStory Told by a Resident of^Eufala, Alabama, of a Death-^Bed Scene. TheAuthority a Pious Old Dootor^Who Lived in an Orthodox^Community. Id Mtan llliii^^-lf. Willi Mi- I'IKhf.irW.^Il^irn^. II^^^^fx imil All, lCtwIvr,^a II. purlin* Spirit. AGrwnnboro '(in. i di^imti'Ii to tlie Macon^Telegraph hhtm: A former renideut of tin*^county, now n citizen of EufnulH, Ala., in ^^letter to u kmiUwuhii of thin city, wliicu let^^ter your curresi* indent Iiuh lieen permitted^to copy, narrutf* the followinK extrnorditi-^ary Ktory: Inthe yenr l*.r^7. near the HUinll Tillnu'e^of White Plains, in tlie lower p^rt of your^oouuty, one of the wort eitraonliuary^soeneH transpired that Iihh ever l^een re-^oorded. I have the facts from my father,^who MM the physician of the neinlihorhood.^and a man of trutli nnd piety. M many old^citizens now liviiiK will testify. 1 do not^remember, hot I think there were only one^or two others...

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. — 22 November 1889

8 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MOHNijtfG, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. TheTown Nearly Filled With See.^^tors. Representative* and Politicians. EverythingSmooth on ine Su7^flaoe but an Undercurrent^of Excitement MintWh^ mr^ ^Vn iid Fool MgM^havnilir* ^ud Ilia Mra ^ Ca*f^Ua. Ibe k^^ihjthI fci-llliKltiit a cNhik tin'|^^^litic-Ml fvituMinn will I* rwalnxl Ut imrrciw^ban oarrit-yl tin- t icitt iu^ nt of tin- b .ur t^ ^^very l.i/t, U^.imhiu All miliji-rls of o: dinar) llilil..! IIT* l^Kt III tb^ dlW'UHHIUt ^f tin- fMtllMiof l-viHlttt i^f (wrtrol. It WW to^\h- generally MWOTlwd but Hif uir uitivi-^periiid of HtiiVibooil ih to i^- iimrki-d liy mi vunttbat will h\^- in ttu paMMwlmAm| ofM Mil in.i Kviry MM i* n |^^1 hk ihi ,an^l^mibuHiHHiu ba!i^-rto liiWnt Lhh Ix^ n WMWa^to mii um i|^k!tfil pitch. Tiiere art- no out^^ward mduMtiiLiH (but trundle will lavur,^but no our will br MUrpnaed Ht anytlu'in.^I'bere tiiivc l^^ n no Ktorirv iIiscuhhi. iih^^iqoL'k politirinm. I.vi rvoin- ap|^ aiH ^ol^and i;...

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. — 23 November 1889

T. ' ' VOL. XXX.-NO. 301, HELENA, MONTANA. iATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIKR,^ST. LOUIS BLOCK. KILLEDONJrIE STREET. ProminentNew York Broker^Shot by a Woman He Had^Wronged. MAINSTREET. DIDIT EVER STIKE YOU^That year by year the lial.iu of People^rair aa do the Fashions^ Time was^when about the only chance a man had^lo (ret a Suit of Clothing without paying^four prices would be to haggle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue induce the contending parties^lo compromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^this system of Onf. Pkick. We hare^Rone ahead of any of our competitors,^and mark all our goods in Pi.aik Fio-^^rf.8. True there are some of the ^How^Much Will You (live^ class of clothiers^^those relies of lmrbaric clothing days^^but their days are numbered; and ere^many moons have come and gone they^win be laid away and have joined the^ailont majority. Battalking of change*. Dontcher^kn...

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. — 23 November 1889

2 Till:DAILY INDEPENDENT: SELENA. SATTHDAY MORNING, NOVEMBEB 23 1889. SOIRAILROAD TALES. StoriesIllustrating the Humorous^Side of Life Among the Freight^Agents WhatCnrao of Not Puttiutf Bob^Owens Costly Bull on the^Schedule Ilit- V.nnr ^^l I ^ -ir I r.ii Bf I lit- INWM Miii-^IsftBBB, Ilit aJMMMWB1 ^^^^^^r.nlronJ turn ii,-shis Culiliin il alni isl i nt ir. lv tutlir iiiik^tlm-cled frt-iyht ami !^^*! MU cl,paitiiniiti.^In railroad ciroleH cmnimu onst-iit makes^tin- tracer of Mrayd and BtotsBJ BBIB, and^tin- man wild liUHIfH In* draws BBUSJl other^people'* mistakes in sliippiui:, ttif wittiest^ill the service. Wii-n tlii- |MMnl MMflM^of tilt- road u'i tn a fit of tin- liliK M over what^SliiikH|^ ari. Ii d Im IiimI hi tin-vl.iv.-. ol rail^roads, HigM Nil I ^^^) ilinct.^ Irom BBSM^rival Inn-, tin Meepted MM SJBUSJf nil*^road nicn is that he scud* for om ui tfcsfll ntliciul-and foflBtU Ins (MUM hi a Bawd^IBM) of tlir tin i i'h lati'Mt i\|m rn nci'.^What OM Of then tenth-men ^as not nu t^w...

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