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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 November 1889

O- THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. MONDAY MORNIK(i. NOVEMBER 25, 1889. 7 KINGBUNCO'S NEW GAME. ANew York Hotel Clerk Explains a^Curious Point of a Sharp^^er s Trade HowMale and Female OueBts^Manage to Communicate With^Ootham Visitors !^^..^ l.ellera H^^t^ 1 (.u..l^ mill Om^I'm of a I^rt.^ llii^ Why Mail I*^Held Atoutitf tisitor to the city, who rei/is-^Uti d ut one of the bin uptown IioU'l* a^fortninht ago, limnled to tlic niKlit clt-rk ^^coopl* of ninlits a^o mi ,'iivelui*' ooiituiiiiiie:^a ntntlv written mutation to the |SMl to^call ut uu ofl'uv in lower HnmdwiT ut hiH^coiiteiiieiii'e, and li ive the details of a very^desirable stink iiiv. stineiit aMM hnu.^says the New York Sun. The letter bore *^signature the i;ueM had never men before. Idon't know that MM. he aaid^to the clerk, in h pnz/.led way. ^How on^earth did he tind out that 1 WM Htayum^here^ Don'tyou pav any attention to that nice^little invitation.'' the clerk Wild. ^Tinl'i a^little bunco scheme. 1 he fellow who is^workin...

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. — 25 November 1889

B THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, MONDAY MORNTNG, NOVEMBEB 25, 1889. ReligiousThemes Talked About by Helena'sMinisters to Their^Congregations. DrRaloiffh DiscuBses the Admle-^sion of Montana Into^the Union rtlrf. it-th* ManjThlnif. l^i be lion* f^r^Moral Welfare .if Mm^^w Htmtr. A^i^it to the varioaa rhurnui-M of the city^laM muht revealed the f:ict Unit Helena'*^^hnroli koiuu population coiupiiri'H more^ili in favornhly with lnr^e citiea of the enM.^The Helena rliitrelie* are ^'l oomfortiilile^^tructureH and a few of them are iiu|mmiiik^ainI henntiful in their interior and exterior^architeotiiro. The pMMM of.tlie rhurrlien^^re Kenerally refined, hi^hlT educated and^broailiiiinded iuimi, whom it in a pli-amire |a^hear. The attendance at the churches bint^ufcuuiK waa c|inte larne. and a very Imtalde^fuuture waa that a majority of the at-^t nliuti were men. (iood iuuhic wan pro^^vided at each church. Alnr^e cotiKmitntion waa preaent at St.^I'buI'hM. K. church laat evening to liHten to^l...

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. — 26 November 1889

flicikicna 4# '^-s. 5 VOL. XXX. NO. 304. HELENA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. L CLOTHIER. ST.LOUS BLOCK. MAINSTKKKT. DIDIT EVEB S'l'lKK YOU^That year by year the habit* of People^vary aa do the Faahiona ^ Time was^when about the only chance a man had^to Ret a Suit of ClothinK without paying^tcmr prices would be to haggle for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatiRue induce the contending parties^to oompromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^this system of Onf. Pkick. We have^Rone ahoad of any of our competitors,^and mark all our Roods in Plain Fi^;-^cmns. True there are some of the ^How^Much Will You Give^ class of clothiers^^those relics of bnrliaric clothinR days^^but their days arc numbered; and ere^many moons have come and Rone they^will be laid away and have joined the^^dent majority. Buttalking of changes. I lor.trlier^know it is time to change your Overcoat^^Has not this storm su...

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. — 26 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, KOTEMBEB 26 1889. TheMineral Wealth of a Seeilon of^the State but Little^Developed TheRichon Concealed in the Caatlo^Little Bolt and Other^Mountain Ranges \inn.i BmmIMMIi tmtmmmi win, KMty IhinuW Me* ^ ill Malm ^ l'r^^.|^t^MUll ^ .inli nlril IVi.|il.\ Thatspur ^^f tin- lot*} iii.iiiiit.iiiihwln.il^rroNHm the Missouri river ^I llio uate nf tut-^mountain^ MMfe of H^ !i ii.i. m iMttt tlmt^out' lirancli ntctidi wuitli Il.r..nuii Mimi Ii. i^CotllltV. into (ilill.il 111, foriliHIL' tilt- ltt'll^rmio,.! Um ^'rn/v mm\ Hie ^'a^tl^' MMllllll aiaMlkHhfWMh maatM Ml wMMi tliroiiu'ltM..ii;li^r. OMnAl Mi MWM^counties. MMMXtM UMh MM !**^*, UM Kgsno^. Um itiiiitii 'Hid Mm Higfevwa1 MMMi^While tlii * 1'iiHti-rii a. vi lopn.iutM of the U.h-kyIlioUlltllillP. wlncli lie MM! MM^MiKHotiri mid tMtaMMM mm rs, con^^stitute hut a small |h^rtioii ot MmMMMM*^taint in Montana, still t lit y intersect and^Kite character to a beautiful and fitvon d^region hh large an ...

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. — 26 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMHEll 26 1889. 8 CONVICT'SBOLD SCHEME A^Lifer in the Jackson, Mich., Pen^^itentiary Concocts a Plan to^Wreck the Prison. Hadit Succeeded Scores Would^Have Been Killed and^Few Set Free. VmtmttmatO^g rftha ^ aMtintom The s,rry of DriiKKl^! l-atlmer'i^Crime. IrriuRLatimer, the JackitoudruRniat, who^murdered Lin mother laat whiter and in^^ervinK h life aeutenre for that crime, wan^at the bottom of the fieudiah oniiapiracy to^blow lip Jaokaou, Mich., priaon and peruana^kill acorea ^^f convicta in orderthut he and a^few ftllow-plottera miuht eacape if they^themwlvm were uot torn to piece* by the^exploaion. I hie of the convicta who entered^into this latent plot haa made a full con-^feaaion, which ahowa that the failure of^Ijitimer'a Intent dynamite actieine wan due^to the merest accident. and reveala a atate^of affaira which rellecta little credit upon^the man(i^enient of the iuatitntion, aayg^a Jackaon, Mich . dispatch. It mhm that^the h...

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. — 26 November 1889

4 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2(i, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT liaily(laeladlac Handei pat ^^^^^Mb liocludiiw Hunilai mi mMm^Daily itii'lu.liMif ^iin'U^' tliw month'^flail) [exclndinc Huntiai v*^Daily (eselodiatf Hants*' V ^^^^^^''^^l)^iU, tij earrtKT, pst ws-k I i- ^^fraMly 'in mItmmsal^I *m isnr. 111Kl^I 1,1 tMl^^J Kl K^ii(i^n^i^^ at tli-i ri-k of Hiiliwrilx-r unit's.^uiA-i - u^ NsMMM l^'*i,,r sMok. or postal or *^x-^^HB srilerIn Tli^^ lu^l**|H^Uil^Ut I'ublish- llo'i 'unit*!))'. Hr~r.T-.Mi-ilesircill I UK IMHI KM.r.M ^TV~1 tllicir licimn or place* nf li.i-.ims.s ran ortior It)^pi^.t^. r.tri H HirTiuli t^|..|,i,..ii.- Nn. Pli-aw^r.,... i r^w of irr^^^ilar ili-livi-rjr promptly. Alvf^rtif*^'mi'n*-. lit incurs prompt insertion,^ahoul'l In* in l**l in liff.tr^* 1 p. ni. lifjM'tnlntniiuicatiou* not ntturu~luiilft.il poMaifl'i- il.i IomsI. HELENA,MONT, NOV.*;. 1W. Thkhk'i.i.Ik- fun when I lit- rumps ruu tinyni btiag herded bj Btr^ri Tin.infill.kI ^tf killing dogs M ...

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. — 26 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOKMX J. KOVEMBEB 2fi 1889. 5 COLDDAY FOR THE RUMP Howthe Members and Chief Sup^^porters Thereof Carried Them-^selves Yesterday TheWarhorse and the Imperial^Page Among the Interested^Spectators. Chuffand 4i.^^l|^ (latlirntl llulrl^battel .--Captain C.mu-Ii In Tuwa^^hitter'^ C;lll\a*v Itwan with slow and unnteiidy tread the^gentlemen compiniiiiK IB* rump MHM sin-^elefile into th.- Iron Mockyraterduy. Faaa-^1DK alon^ down t!ie cliilly corridor tLrnu^h a^trail of snow, the atmoMoluTe w. ^ ivu.lered^more than chilly l^y the vacant Btare of the^many unoccupied r.^ ^iuh and the place wan^uuythiuK but inviting. Fa*niiiK to the Hj^^giun^ in the rear and atmuhlinR over cord-^wood which a Chinaman i who will have to^trunt to Ji*h for his pay l wan buaily MMM^in sawing for uhc in the .tore room occu^^pied by the runi|)h, they linally rem-lied^their deKlm.ition. took tlieir m-itta and ahiv-^ercd. '1 woof Cheap Jake'ri ht..veK had bi i n^procured but they we...

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. — 26 November 1889

lujll/AULI xyjJhrh.NDENT; HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBEB 2(5,1889. ACountry of Many Tribes. Rich In^Precious Stones and Luxuri-^ant Vegetation Nearlyas Largo as All Europe^With the Greatest Rivor in^the World 4rop^l^tli^i] ^if Ten ilSo l'rl^l- ladg.1 ArMwrnry A I'l-mul, Ho*-^pliHbli- iiuU l.rn.-roti* IVftplr. Uifxtmi of territory Hrazil ih nearly hh^liirce as Kon^im\ oowpriHinu upward of^:t,:S*,^)IK^ KukIihU miles. '1 he greatest mer^of the kIoIh-, tin Amazon, afford* with it*^tnbotiirie*, over :ki,ii^ju uuleijiif. frrt. navi^^gation in Krimlmn territory. The uictnllic^and mineral product* of the country ar. va-^riooa Tlrazil linn alw*y* been noted for ItH^riohneHH in diamondn and other gema. Mi^the liehlH from winch tlie\ are tnken Hie the^niimt eiteiiaive known. Except on the^luftient mountain* tin vegetation i* Inxuri^ant hcyoml inertptinn. The fore*t^ of the^counlry ionium uliuoHt every specie* of^uiwfiil ami ornainental wood. Therarii lie*^of aniiiiiitcil life are more niiiu...

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. — 26 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, L889. 7 AHFUBLlCAFfl AUVH'K. Thallrinurmli Won a ^irtory hikI Let^Them KiO^^^UaxDU. Nov. 2,..-[To tli^ Editor.]^Will^yon ifi-Mit me a little apace in your [mi* r m^order llmt 1 runy RtTa my views on our leo-^ialativc troublcH, liopmK it may throw Home^|iKbt. thereby uaaiatiuu what little I can in^brin^i'iK *^ 11,1 aniicable Hettlenient of^what MM to till K^od |ieople a ditlicult^problem to solve. In the first place, what^PH^Bpolitical complexion of the judoea^of election of precinct IM^ Am 1 ri^ht^^and 1 ask you tite iiuiation M well an buth^votir coiiti ni] onirics, the evening Herald^and inoiniin. Journal, to tell honestly, if 1^am ritfht or wrotiK, viz: Were tin re not^two republican judges mid but one demo^^crat at precinct 111^ I am creditably in^^formed such in the fact. And furthermore,^^ ah not the lamrd of county coiiiiiiiaaioiierii^a majority of republican*^ And did they^not create precinct III^ And did not an id^...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: TIETXXA, TUESDAY MORNING. SOY EMBER 26, 1889. Whatwas Done in the Second Day s^Work of the House of^Representatives. GovernorToolo Refuses to do Busi^^ness With the Republican^Rumpers [^III leal Mfe aa^l Hit* Ml LMJMMMMN ^...^^ It ^^^^* rr^^|m^m-^l tn Ou^l^HcMMMIWi the arrival of Mi -sr^ HolU-r. Idxirilruiiii^^ml Harrington of tu^ rump hoiiw of n-^|tri'H^ MlHtlVI'H, wkh the firm event of unv^pohticitl importance ^t the court limine^yimterdny MMmmJi Thw SmmJmmM waited^nimii the governor Hhortlv after 10 o'clock^with lype-written mforniatioii from the^rump that they were a properly appointed^committee to notify (iovcrnor Toole that^the romp leKialatare whh ready to ojien^oonimninratioii ^ith the eieoutivi- luail of^th* Ntate t^ov^Tiiment. I he puiier wax pre^w ilted hy the cliiiirmiili of the cuiiiniittee,^Mr. Uoiter. (iov. Toole eiprcKacd Iiim^pleaaure at mri-tiliK the ^^ ntlenian peraoli-^lilv. hat wi d that he must decline to com-^uiunii ate with tliem in an o...

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 November 1889

flitIMctti VOL. XXX. NO. 305. HELENA, ..ONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27. 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENT8 HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTREET. SOMEOF THE MERCHANT^Tailoring fraternity seem to take excep^^tions to our remarks in former adver^^tisement*. Now, we have only this^much to say: We do not wish to take^the bread from the mouth of any per^^son who is ^chasing the nimble six^^pence,^ but we have no H|iologien to^make for any remarks we have made,^and hereby announce wo are willing anil^anxious to prove to anyone desirous of^proof that our Tailor-Made Clothing,^for Stylo and Fit, are ahead of any of the^productions of the merchant tailors !^who charge for good work and turn out^a class of work inferior in t t, inferior in^io style, inferior in all points that go to^make a nobby, well titling and good-^wearing suit of clothes. SORRY! VERY SORRY,^(ientlemen, to tread u|xm your corns,^but you know we state the truth. Amongthe novelties of this week's^arrivals, of two things...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT* HELENA WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOTEMBEB 27 1889. HOTtSFOR THE CURIOUS. TheIndians Idea of Woman s Cre^^ation and Why They All^Must Toil. TheWhite. Dragon of Asiatio-Tur-^koy IHHMM ttud Scares^the Natives scttH ||m |M r. il HibWI ^. I ii ^ i' t MM* \ l*^anrl| MM On ltlrllnln, I:.^ early 11^ iiij*11 tr.lx I wljn inlmlnted the MiaiofMount Ummi, M .. MMmmI Hint toe(iuruVli of l.ilrn vtun Ml unit J mi tliut MMMosetieae,njia nHw m tin- st. Iy^uim Itepulilir. At tin- BjaajaJri day ^ l^ir-^ti'Hi of the inland i- railed Kden. 'Ihe^Adam of i Mm siiupli red null, tin- l^r inn-^Till littler of all IM Pad mm in UMfMi ac^oonling to the le-liiis of these Mount Item it^alii.nniii' li ^'^^ '^ nian with laililen Mil and^eyi-s like the ha/r| In rrn s; he was tall and^^^f great In nut,. Ihe Mother Kve. who CHIIIeto llllll JUHt ,IH lllH loin llllettH WHM bt- mmmlBiU|^p^irtiiliIe.lir*t appeared coining^turuugli i he ^ louds. Her lir^t ciclaiiiation^itt seeing bitu whm the Indian for ^Oh!...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MOANING, NOVEMBER 27 1889. 8 ROGUESIMEW ROLES. Professionial Eeg-gars and Beats^Hit on a Neat Scheme to^Raise the Wind. Securingthe Clothing of Newly^Departed People on the Plea^of Being Friends. RankWn^tl^^ Harper Treated Like ^^l-ardln t^lu^^'^'1^ IVnllaatlarj^If Offlccr. *n^^ P^***** IlluatrionamenitKTH of the noble army 6t^profwmionsl lx^KK^rH undbenta have evolved^a new and novel enterprise by which to He-^cur* contribution* to their support, and thia^ia by aeiirchinK the columns of deiith uotioea^andoallinB upon the frienda of deceased^mimbera of society to aolicit the clothing^left by the dead, anya ^ New York diapatch.^One day after the recent funeral of a Keu-^tleman in Brooklyn, a neatly dressed man^with a weed ou hia hnt culled U|H.n the^widow, represent intf himself ^^ ^ friend of^her dead huabnnd. Afler a Jew Wurda of^well eipreaaed condolence and sympathy he^related hia own aorrow at the rec^ nt deuth^of hia wife and hia subseque...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 27,1880. THEINDEPENDENT termsor ^i mi urnoi, Duljlinrlndinn Hun U) i-r y^^r f10 Mi I1il^ lineliuliiiK Huii.Ia) ^ix month*a 00 Ilailr(laetadiM SnmUji thro* month*2 N I'.....'i x. In.liruc Hiiij^la^ ^ |^t yearW hi Dsily(wlndiiw NiiU'Uy'i^-r monthvj IHilv.bjoarrisr. p^f *^^^ I' ^^to*') . ...25 W^'klj i in A.i^^uee |^t ^i^r.2 W Ii:nitt^!..-^^ at th* r,-k of kubwrihcr onlnw^aiatln by mijii-t*r*J li^tt/t ch*ck, or ixwlal or *x-^)in or.|i^r |,^y^l.l* to The Independent I'ablUh-^Idk i'ompany. EflM'nreon* ^|**irin^ Th^ Ikuci'INDint ^*r^^il^at ll^*ir horiiHp or iilae** of hupin*** can onl*r liy^^OMtal card or through t*l*|itinn* No. 100. I'loA**^report Mi of irn^tilar d*liv*ry promptly. A1. ^^^' i.i i,' ~ to inimr* prompt innertion.^aaouM 1*^ 1 i . i -1 iu '^^ 1 ^^ ^ h |^. m. bj*ct.^l commqnicationa not return^.1 nnJaa*^awatait* ia ini-lowx!. HELENA.MONT., NOV.'JT, |h^, MOM KMAVI i:\ Thediscovery in pigeon holes in the^governor's ollic...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOK^ft NOVKMBEB 27 18S1). THEELKHORN MINE SOLD. hiv^^ld ItGoes For More Than a Half Mil^^lion Dollars to a London^Syndicate. TheDemand For Copper Steadily^Increasing^Anaconda Pro^^duction Curtailed. ABig and Mrritorlnn* Mining lailrrtak^Ing to b^ Inall i at i nk (auvun N*arHutu^ City. Oneof the moHt importuut mining trans^action* ever undertaken in Helens wiih par^^tially rouHuminated yesterday l^y Meiwrd^Hr itiiM^ , r and Kennett and tin Elkliorn^II nin : cumpiinv fur the aiilr of the hitter's^properties to the Mining and Kiminrial^Truat Syndicate I limited. I of London, I. i. _^^of which Mr. Henry Kratnobt-r is a nieuilier^and resident manager, while Mr. T. A. Hell^uett is manager at large. The coiisuler.il mu^it considerably more than half s million^dollars. Theagents of the syndicate have been ne^^gotiating the sale of this projierty for MM^than sii weeks, and have made a thorough^investigation of the Hotter and other lodes^embraced in 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. — 27 November 1889

theDAILY INDEPENDENhkLKXA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, xovkmi.Kl. 27,1880. HERULED THE FAMILY. ACase of Domestic Tyranny Which^Interested a New Orleans^Audience. FussyHuBband Makoe a Show^of Himself in a Public^Place Aart It W i^1 All Almnl a I hi !^^ Heamy^ES^TSImiI,^ i^^ Which lha T|^^^^OI.J. . led Aooimc little incident occurred in H^parquet of the QfMhi 0|^in house lust^week, says the New Orleans HmM^DmI^crnt. It wiih funny enough fur .mlanlem.^but at iini' time threatened to develop Ml^rather distressing feHtnreN fur una irf the^iirraoim involved. Just M the orchestra lie^KHii tutniiL' up for the overture, I couple up^Ii ^ d. I lie Iji^Iv NM lilnt, Mfe) prettv.^and in i'Tery line of her well-bred fare he^travmg resentment of her escort's lunnner.^tie. a hw, smooth.faced, choleric looking^fellnw, wore un uitriiHcIv cocky uir, coupled^with the i.vr n; wnv wmie men have of^steering woineii ahout art though they wera^half wilted. In two ininnteN and a half the^apacliitors nearest discovered...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNBSX MOBN1NO, NOVEMBgg 27, DUfOdUTmTHANKSHlVlNt; BrTM IOWA BO^. Whydo I about like * Modoc ^^I hy do 1 roar like a latar WhyJit 1 mm yqi P*f*j^AikI i'ouiiuiMily rip and tear.' Boiit.and Itoctnw have trot thwra^Thirty-a!x year* wi' wen^ nut, Aderriodw11 do tor a lifter^While 1 r^i-e ail ulit-limi About. Throwme .in acre of flapjack*. Knskedin wild laats cream;^lloltl ii i' a mil.nil', waiter, While1 nhni k uiie lusty wrmiii. KitI've lieeii wailing, yet*. vtaiUiur. Tliirty-eix*SB*S nu afaet.^Hut now ^e'.i. Ki^t 'nu, tas, not ^m - Theileu..u nit^ there at lart. Oh!fur a MM at n pumpkin At-hitc at* a mountain top;^Oh! fur a forty bomb htaaajfl MpMajiu t-iuiie elephant sop. Ktrauiclcme a hit; allitiater: HrixiKme a terraiiiu aliie:^Turn llle loose in the honey Anillei me mat out the hive. Onrewe wi re iluwii at tlie Utttom Hutnow we MM on top-^A Hawki'ye man f..r ninety-two \\...mi. ..1.1 Iowa Hup. L/t me iriv- tlmuks for a million,^luet m^ revel in Mint;...

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 November 1889

8 theDAU V ixd^x k.ndknt: h:na. ayj:dxesday Ntoi:\' ^(;. tfOVEMBEB 27, issa LEFTOVER BY WHITE. GorernorToole Finds Five Certifi^^cates Designed as a Trap for the^Democrats Sohemool the Conspirators That^Failed to Work as Was^Intended. Wltalmm Im ^f K*|^rt'^inl*llv^^. IIkI^FaBtSBSBf Tlir Sllvrr II..w Intuit. in!^^ Bfcaksa 1 !^ 111 i^*^. TlieinoHt important |Kiliticitl find of the^^1 hwiii whh iiimli' yiHterdiiv by Gut. 'Iunit^Wliila looking through I^* deak In- found i^lionrli of pa|n rn wtnt'li. hh examination re^Tealcd, Ml left uver liy Iiih iiredeeettaor^O i^. WlnU'. I bey were live HlMle election^aartifieiitea, 111 ide out in BfBBBI form and^roady for delivers, with the exception ..f^HH (fnvi rnor h sii/iiiitiirr. The rertilitnter.^bore the mimes ol Senator-elect Daniel .1^H^ iiiuax) and Itepresi nt itmi Joseph K.^Clurk. H. I.. Frank, William ,1. 1'eiirose,^William II. ItobertM and I. It. Schmidt,^all di moeratx from Silver Itow. These^papers were signed liy cj Secretary of State...

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. — 28 November 1889

n fluifeletm VOL. XXX.-NO. 306. HELENA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MOKNING. NOVEMBER 28, 1889. PRICE,FIVE CENTS HARRIS. SILVER'SFIRM FRIENDS. CLOTHIER.8T. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTREET. SOMEef the MERCHANT Tailoringfraternity seem to take excep^^tions to our remarks in former adver^tuwmentti. Now, we have only Una^muoh to say: We do not wish to take^the bread from the mouth of any per^^son who is ''chasing the nimble six^penoe,^ but we have no 8|s^logiea to^make for any remarks we have made^^ad hereby announce we are w illing anil^anxious to prove to anyone desirous of^proof that our Tailor-Made Clothing,^for Style and Fit, are ahead of any ^^f the^production* of the merchant tailora!^who charge fnr rikhI work and turn out^a claae of work inferior in 1 t, inferior in^in style, inferior in all points that go to^make a nobby, well fitting and good wearing6uit of clothes. Sorry,very sorry,^Gentlemen, to tread ujhmi your oorna, butyou know we state the truth Amongthe novelties of this week's^arrivals,...

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. — 28 November 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT* II ELENA* THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28 1 889. A. SomeOld-Time Customs to Have a^Place in the Festivities This^Year ApronBfor tho Little HoubowIvob^and Lanipas for tho Faaci-^nating Matrons it-al.rei'k^laill.t -ilk Ait tr,|i^'^It i ^m a.lr MMor Pmle mlltl^. U Mlk HhriiHiikHL'ivmt; fistnim-s llns autumn^will he miirkiil lij tin n vtvitl uf many ultl-^l.iue MkH I he |m^|^j^111u' ^'f riun. It^'^cracking of iiutt. ulid itie rousting ^I ^l^- pit'hmi tii.' hearth mm Mm aaaaj In will tilltt|^ I In- evening M BBMEJ houses when^such priiuilivi UK-tin^^1h ul eiit'-rtitiiniHTit^hul he u given Bfsr long since to Iihm^f .bhiiuial.lt', simpler ami ti 1111^i^-1 iM ople^These tiutiii'lv dainties will he nerved nut lit Waitinglllell or lllnllls, I.lit I.t tin little fulk^of i lie fitiiiily gHtln I inns, mid 11 iioticcHlile^le.itiirr of tin' pr. |^. l ^t e.tis foi the tin) of^the lieHtrui'ttoti ul t.iikejs tun wonderful^revival of tin- vogue of pretty .i|iiiiii^ in yivi'^it pro...

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