ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Helena Independent, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,052 items from Helena Independent, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,052 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 10 February 1889

freepublic library,^hele::a VOL.31.-NO5^. HELENA ONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1889, FIVECENTS J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO. (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) CANUNDOUBTEDLY SHOW Th.eFinest Line or FINEFOOTWEAR EverPlaced on Inspection West of New York. Widths, Stylos and Sizes, WHOLESALEAND RETAIL. PromptAttention Given to Mail Orders. T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOUBKKSAND DBALIUB IN MININGMACHINERY! aJ^NJD AgriculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^ Son's Celebrated ^Maine^ and ^Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Oao7x*^a^rt3 and- lEEea v ,y [Team Harness. Oarstock of flue Carriages and Buggies 1h the largest and moat complete ever^sbown In Helena. Afull line of Mine and Mill supplies embracing Blake Bteam Pumps, Revere^Rubber Co. Mechanical goods, Common Senna Whim, etc.* etc. Bendfor Circulars and Price Llat. Steamboat Block, corner of Main street^and Helena avenue. aU. AJ...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THESOCIAL WORLD. HowPeople Have Managed to Exist^During the Week and What SocietyDid. NLY ONE WEDDING. The Dancing Clubs Have Their^Usual Dancet A Charitable En^^tertainment Crush, and Other^Entertainment*. '1' ^ r- is a tffHHl deal of ingenuity In a so^^ciety ictrl. Kln^ sh^* would not be so rharm-^nx ^' MM of Mr sfaaon, when her^nervt'h are stIiIiik and her brain is over^tirwl, as whi*n riM found it impoMihlr Ut it out a saawM at |M ftrnt ball. Thf IIhU-^^a tfirl In not so over worked, * r .ratlu r,^o^^*rdanr^d a* most mciety butterflies. The ooial I -anon In languid; none of the rush^and excitement generally seen and alwayi^aoti'-ipatt d, but an apathy ^ur|^rieirtif when^you think of tin* nututM-r of people ^in so^^ciety,^ who attend the entertainments, hut^not with Kreat apparent enjoyment There^have occurred only two or three events this^week, among; the exclusive net of Helena's^^four hundred,'' or forty inure or lesa. The^Helena girl shows bsr ingenui...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEFRENCH WALTZ. MrsFrank Leslie's Investigations as^to the Morality of Fashionable^Dances. IT IS QUESTIONABLE, AWoman's Exceedingly Paradoxical^Deductions Regarding a Ques^^tion of Propridty^Roues in^the Ball Room. Mrs.Krauk Leslie*^ correspondence: We^come bsck to the French valse, aa danced^to-day In Tarts, Vienna, London, New^York and other centers of modern clvillia-^tion, and wonder it tne world has grown go^much more mors! thsn It was In the days^of lioahdll el Chlco, or tf our own contem^^poraries are so much more ascetic than^other men, that the dance once rUqne has^now become ^|ulte harmles and imnl Fromhunk* we turned to living authori^^ties, and, without alarming their innocent^mindH, questionetl a Krt'at many Kirla and^young women upon their own ideas and^experience. Most of them exclaimed with^round eyes: Anyharm in waltzing t Why, of NMN^not, unless one hss heart disease, like poor^liirdie, or a lame ankle, or something. Sometimes,however, a g...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., IMk 10, 1 ^ INDEPENDENTPUB CO., PUBUMUW rffBUOATiOHurncc. BKOADWAY HCfC-Jr*OK HVUSt HIVTION MfMa^^acrlbare, Sj carrtnr. par Month . ttyMail par rw^^ OnTr^tni, t i n^wah'iys lid n^wa atarela^aVanSly, \ft r*M $1i^t .I (JD 5eiaI ' OrriHALPifll ^)^ MONTANA AND^CKWIH ASU OUIU UMItVffff. ThaINDEPENOEN f hat ^ largar dally circula^^tion than any ntwiMpar batwaan St Paul and^#a^rtl^nd and a largar circulation than any^^thai* two dally papara publlahad in Montana,^it haa no pftu ,^oom aacrata; tta subscription^^ooka ara opan to inapactlon, and It Is alwaya^ready to prova that ^ta circulation la aa r^pr^-^^^ntad Cntaradat tha Poatofflca at Holana aa aacond-^ataat mattar. THEHOME RULE PRINCIPLE. Pi--Inter Mountain, which nan nought^to til upon Hi^ democratic party tlie^obloquy of alone violating the national^platfrom promise* to make appoint inentH^to of He* iu the territories; from among^resident* of the territories, say*: Itwax not until...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. INAUGURALRATES. ArrangementsPerfected by Which^Visitors to Washington Can Go^at Reduced Rates. REALESTATE MOVEMENT MontanaHorses Entered for Races^During the Coming Season and^What a Montana Horseman Thinksof Our Stock. Shouldthe three roads running out of^here positively refuse to make an eicur-^sion rate to the inauguration, those who^Intend going wilt have one consolation in^knowing that by taking tin' Northern I'a^oiti'-or Manitoba route they will be able to^scrim minced rates from St. Paul to^Washington. K. U. Hot*, the popular^traveling paKsenger agent of the Chicago,^Milwaukee A St. Paul railroad li here to^announce that his road will sell tickets^from St Paul to Washington and return^for the low rate of S2V. The trains for this^occasion will be lighted by electricity and^heated by steam and will be elaborate as^an v train In existence. Itis announced that John Maguln*, the^Teteran theatrical manager, ha* perfected^arrangements whereby he has chartere...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT WOMENOFTHE DAY. Engagementof the Youngest Sister^of Crown Prince Rudolph, the^Austrian Suicide. BALLROOM AND STAGE New Departure n Feminine Educe^cation Mrs Cleveland and a^Street Arab Senator Ingalla'^Family. Berlincnrrcspondfnt New York Tribune^No frwawtiji-rit in the Imperial noun* of^Austi ia l a* r.t i ri more talked awl wntN-n^of than that of Princes* Marie VsI^tU\^youngest (laiighti r of tin- Kaimr, awl A reh^duke Kranria .Salvator It U a true love^h!I i i Sine** the Wittelstiarh I'riw ess sst^upon the llapshurk* throne Christmas eve^dim ! ii a double *^J^Ti I ffor Data 24th lathebirthday of the Kmpress Kli/abeth,^lu whose rooms, in Uie old ilofbury, the^feiitival ia alws^* celebrated, liut thin^winter it waa a day of triple joy. The^family was assembled, and the iMMPMM^arrhdnkt's and archduchesses bad tfatbeied^about their rhief. The presents bad l^e* 11^distributed, the tree lighted, when a hrown^eyed, tall, slender vomitf man approached^the emperor,...

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 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. FOLKTALKED ABOUT. TheBlight that Has Fallen Upon the^Ambition of ^Little Johnny^^Glover. LIFEOF AN INFANT KING Two Foreign Diplomates A Roths^^child at Monte Carlo Georgia**^Heavy-Weight Congress^^man. WashingtonletU-r to Pittsburg Dlspatrh:^one of the members of the house who will^not Ii^* a memtier of the next house, ami^who, Iik** a number of his kind, does not^seem to be in the least interested in the^subsequent proc^edtng8,is ^Little .lohnn)^^Glover, ot Missouri. The rise, career and^end ^^f Mr. (Hover is almost traffic. It la^certainly pathetic, (ilover is a son of .Sam^^uel (Hover, in his day one of the most in^^fluential democratic politicians in Missouri^and who himself served several terms in^confess. Consequently the son fell nat^^urally into politics aud congress. The son^has all of the eloquence of the father. Per^^haps he was even superior In vigor of ex^^pression. He is a little, stoop~shouldere4^Insignificant man in personal appearance,^but h...

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 February 1889

111-LENADAILY IXDEI'EXUEN I PENCILPHOTOCRAPHS Membersof the S,xieenth Legislative^Assembly as They Appear to One inthe Lobby. NOTMARVELS OF WISDOM Peculiaritiesof Appearance and of Ex^^pression of Councilmen and Rep^^resentative* NoImJ With^a Free Hand. Thes'stecnth legislative assembly of^Molilalia Is aul generis. It is not an I in^provement upon former legislature!, nor m^retrogression ntrontfly marked, escept in^individual cases. It In an ordinary u - t^turn with aome hrainn, it^ quota of cheek, elfcomplacence, egotism, vanity, I naturi'and Ignorance neither better nor^worw than the average leginlalure in 11.^ -^states, and with an apparent willingness to^do tin1 right thing not always noticeable In^iKidien of the kind presumably advanced in^thought and idea from contact with a to-^railed more ri lined civilization. It la^doubtful if when the (teuton Khali have^closed among the numerous art* which^will have become lawn a half di / n fx lie^tidal measures will Ik* added to the sta...

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 February 1889

fJtEEPUBLIC LIBRARY TheIndependent ^^ Well M^^**** ro* TUB PROMPTEXECUTION^Of til Order* fur^Oommirclal Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kind* VOL.30--NO. 58 HELEUfl. tltM HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1889. TheBest Local News Reports.^Largest Circulation. Unsurpassedas a newspaper.^ABRBAST OF THS TIMS3. FIVECENTS irillU-l SSAl'I*, l'r*t. uil i*^a. Mur. d. bdvbmxm, Sec'yud Twee u.s 1C Go J.P. WOOLIYIAN L CO. CowiiciimfnU#f Ore Mieitri. piceel each lot Rubmllted to the^dlffer^ut Hnelten and tn* Ore sold to too^blghMt lll^ni^ r WRITEFOR TERMS.^City office at Second National Bank. I. i. ; i. no. 71. HempllngWork* at Northers 1'adBc and Mod^tana ventral railroad JuneUoa. Telephone^Take Motor Un* weet. BjSTjS JOHN MAOOIRC, ^ Managor SixNights, Commencing Monday, Feb. i ith. MATINEESATURDAY. TheYoung end Heauttfnl Society Actreea, HissCaroline Gage SUPPORTEDBY KKEiWSTIIK.1TRE CO. TUESDAYEVENING, Theproduction of the great and powerful drama, QUEENA, W...

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 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT talon* Mont,, Feb. 12, lt*bfc. t*i-U^M^^ KVKHV BoaNlM^ BlCSrT MoMDAl. JNUEt'SNDKNTpub. CO., publish bkn YJUDICATION OPPICB, BROADWAY termsof subscription- ,Hrs iberrtbere, wrier, per month f 1 W ByB'dl -per year^ ^ m jiTraiae,t newes^ye mi saws stands urn A'eekly,per yearS3 w officialMMfl OF MOMtAMA and lewisand clarke county. ^ INDEPENDENT hese B^iBf d*ll^ clrcula-^Hantaan en^ r,e*iu^o*r between 8t Paul and^^orttend end ^ hn]V circulation than any^gimr two dei'v piper* published in Montana^t has no pr^et roowiftnti, Us euhecripHon^aooktara open to intpaction, end It la always^ready to prove that Us circulation It at repre^^sented enteredat the Post office at Helena ai eecoi d-^^ ittt matter KitJulys'^ criticism In thn house^yolcrriuy upon the next U'liuini-trationV^H ^ ^ .a BfgBfl wan a little liarnl BeVjSBeV^ering it Ib Huch a tender ywuiig thing^Q KM it Itim-, Mr. .loslyn. 'Iiik jHM.ple of NvVHiltt voted yesterday^upon the adoption of a constitutional^amendiueut fo...

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. — 12 February 1889

f kwfc KILLEDBY A BURGLAR. THE FATE OF AN ENGLISHMAN ANegro Fatally Cuts a Hotel Keeper^_A Woman's Good Shot^Caught^and Contested. Londok.Keb. 11 -Kent, the landlord of^the Gloucester hotel at Swansea, was killed^by a burjilar this morning He retired^with his wife at a late hour, after looking^all the doors, lucludliiK tht^^e of his own^bed roou'. ikarly this inornluK ^i^ wife^beard a matra struck in the room and saw^a ne^ro in the act of UiChting a candle. She^awoke her husband and InnutHllately grap^^pled with the intruder, while the wife took^a pistol from under the pillow. As it was^too dark to take aim, she took a lighted^candle, and then tired, and the negro fell^wounded la the tblich, cursing the woman^Ue crept under the bed, but as the woman^was unlocking the door the negro emerged^and seizing a mirror threw it at her. It^missed her and extinguished the light.^The negro then succeeded in escaping.^When she relighted the caudle she discov^^ered that her husband's throat and s...

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. — 12 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. Miffa Lonf^ Rest the Members Meet^tnd Greet Each Other as Long^Lost Friends. CENTPER CENT. ARGUED. TheResolution of President Cole to^Adjourn Feb. 25 Startles a Num^^ber Who are Satisfied With^Their Jobs. Afterdays nf rent and a half day thrown^In for lurk hot!, hrsiirhes of the l**glslstur^*^uit t \rM**r^lay ^tt^-n ^ ^U and etarUMl in^with a dftt-ruilnatKii) to make up for lost^time The BMMel caught up and a^t^journed while the members of the hout-*^^^ r^ h*c J ' r-^t hill, n.an) ^^t^the rounoilm* n aVui'H uit^^ the huust* to^listen to the discussion. IVrhsps the bent^speech mad I wan that by Judge Dsvis,^w h^lsvrn allowing the law to remain an^it u. Tar* judge was logical throughout^and hie common teiia** ideas had effect,^but )^arliameutary tactics defeated the^MMure coining to a vol*. The president^ot tin council astonished the nu mber* by^offering a resolution to sdjoun aine die,^Feb. m\ The resolution la under consider^atiou. thecouncil. Afterthe supposably loi...

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. — 13 February 1889

TheIndependent Is Well Baall**** !*^^ tbs I'ROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders for^Oomm^rtlal Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of AH Kindt FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY, HELENA. TfceINDUPBBfDRNT mm tfe* AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ej*tI^o^[ jjew*^ fjepofta',^A I.iu^.nt Circulation than aay^other two dally papers In llonUua. Itlit nn^|tiale^l an an ADVKRTISQiG^M KI) 1L M. VOL. 30-NO. 60 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1889. FIVECENTS sraiiuxbbaobs,^r si and ^.cb. Mgr. ID. t ^.. r i. ^ ^ v^Bec'y ud Tress U.S. (DsitfnmfDtH *f Ore Mifilfd. Samplesas Hfi lut Kubtnltted to lb* dlftVrwitNmrlleri and the Ore m id to tb^^highest Bidder. WHITEFOR TERMS. cityoffice at Seeond National Hank.^Telephone No 71. Sht\ Kb* Works at Northers I'adnr tod M^m^Unt Central nlln^l junction Telephone aW TakeasWaaf Lino wort. Mings Opera House. JOHNMAOUIRE, Manager Sx Nights, Commencing Monday, Feb. i ith matineeSATURDAY. Thefaill and lleauUful Society Actress, MissCaroline Gage Bt'l'POHTKDBY mm...

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. — 13 February 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., fttk It. Ib6^. fl'SUSSSD KviMT MuBMIII* BxcalT MoMDAT- indki'bndbntpub. co., Pl'BLlSUKlt*. PJBLICATiOWOPriCB, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION HtfSabacrtbars, hy carrier, j*r montb Ml n m,; -par Ml* ,m Trains,11 nswsboys ud o^w^ M Wj^Wk., , r yearBl ^* OFFICIALPAPER t'F MoSTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COUMTT, ThaINOEPENDEN r has a tartar d*^^ circula^^tion than ^ny nswsospsr bstwsanBt Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^Sttasr two dally papart published In Montana^it hat no press room secrats, Ita subscription^ooohaara opan to inspection, and II la always^raao^ toiprova that its circulation la at repre-^tan tad Entaradat tha PoetoftVe at Helena at eecond-^ttast mattar. SknatoKPmmh's pralwe ^^f Secretary^Whitney's ttriaiinlNtnttiuu of the navy^department is bh denerved a- it i* NBC1^Looted, romiiiff ae it doe* from republi^^can Houreen. l'lunili tnlkn like u Hijuare^man. Thkprinting hill offered by Mr. Col-^I in- tu tlie leglHlatlve council In ...

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. — 13 February 1889

PHILIPSBURGAND GRANITE THECHINESE AND PNEUMONIA. ABreezy Budget of New* Touching^Upon Matters of General Interest^in Two Great Mining Camps. 1'UIL1I*hi Ru, Feb. K!.-[Sperit,^ Corre^^spondence of the Independent |-VV nils^our two usually (itilet towns over here,^rhUtpsbura; aud Uraoite, are not In the^throes of excitement, there are several mat^u*rs MamiN a K'wd deal of attention,^principal anion* them beio^ the spread of^the dread disease pueumoni* and the reeeut^CUlneae raid, which resulted so disastrous^^ly. I'pon the latter topic there Is much^surmise as to how it may terminate. The^coroner's inquest, alter returning an uu^satisfactory verdict, were sent a second^time b^ the aeiinK coroner, the justice of^the peace, U^ reach a more dehnite com lu-^siou than at first. The hual result was that^the Chinaman came to his death from a tistolshot disenabled by a person un-^nowu to the Jury. The investigation at^the inquest elicited the fact that only two^shuts were tired, by Deputy Ueo....

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. — 13 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE. TheCouncil Spends Some Time in^Discussing the Bounty Bill and^Finds It Faulty. A REGISTRATION BILL TheHouse Committee on Elections^and Territorial Affairs Present a^Registration Bill Supposed^to Be Perfect. Theresolution ottered by l*r^'Sld**nt Cole^to adjns.ro the legislature sine die Feb. '.15^probably had a Is n^ ti ^^. effect, aa both^houses worked ^esterday with a vigor^which should have marked pror^M^]lhKN^during first da^s. ^^-veral bills were^signed by the president of the council and^speaker of the house and now await MM^governor's signature to become laws. A^bill pending which will become a law pro^^vides that when tl is stated a law dhail go In^to effect from and after its passage It shall^be so construed an to allow ten days out^side of the capital. The bounty bill occu^^pied the attention of the council most of^the day and would have pasnt-il with va^^rious amendment* hail it not been dlaeaf*^ered b^ Thompson, of MJver H^^w. that the^fees I or witnesses ...

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. — 14 February 1889

TheM^NtMfl U Wall Kqulppe d roa THI PROMPTEXECUTION Ofad Ordara fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and fineWork of All Kindt VOL.30-NO. 61 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. TkeIN DEPBttDBNT hu tke AssociatedPress Dispatches, CejitI^^tfiil Xew^ fjefottil,^A UhiiEH Ciiicuution than as^^other two daily papers in MonUua. UwJ.w'VII^1^*1 M an AUVKRTMINO^M h I ^ 11M. FIVECENTS I HI IU.b buaoic H, Praat.and Ueo. M^-r ID. SIMiaTOM, asc'jrud Treu U.S. PublicSampling Co fuusiirumfotsof Ore Sslifites. pleai*f each lut Submitted to tba^different ttmeltera ana the Ore eold to the^tdgbaat lllddrr. WKITK FOR 1kkms^City oftka at Second Nalloual Hauk. TelephoneNo, 71. hampllnIWork* at Northera Parlflc and Mon^^tana (Vatrat railroad junrtlon. Telephone xOS. TakaMotor Llna waat. HELENA TURNVEREIN, ^S. Monday Evening, Feb 18th, WILLOtVI A MasqueradeBall, ATTHS ARMORY. :r~ Tickets, including two ladles, $2,^and ^an be had of John Steinbrenner,^Atlantic Hotel, and Kuphal ...

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. — 14 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fob. 14, lwfe^. PCSlishidBvxnr Mohn.kh Hi sit Monday.^rMDIt'lNOBNT Vl'B. co., publi8ukk*. pjblicatiomornrt, bkoadwav TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION* mmbuhacrthsra, by csrrW.psr monib fi 00 ByMall-psf *^ Trains,I i newsboys sxd new* stands ^*rt*^Weakly, i^r jaar, OFFICIALPA PUR Of MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARK* OOPafisf. ThsINDEPENDENT has s largsr dally circula^^tion than any aswtpapar bstwsan St Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^athar two dally psosrs published in Montana^^ t has no prast roam sacrata, Ita subscription^^ooks ara opan to Inspection, and It Is always^raady to prova that ita circulation la as rapra-^aantad Entaradat tha Postofflcs at Malana as aacord-^alaas mattsr. Norman1^ Coleman han a fair pr^w-^pt*ct of going flown iu history aw th*^ Urnt^^t*rrt*lary of agriculture, evnii though tin^holds the office but fur a fortnight. H*th-^after the prudent** cabinet will coiiHlttt^of eight members instead of seven. Tutwear and tear of cabine...

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. — 14 February 1889

[HE^SLEEPING BEAUTY. ATWENTY-FOUR DAYS TRANCE Th Case of a Girl at Attica Which^Puzzles the Physicians-Possessed^of Clairvoyant Powers. Attica,N. TH Special: Th* ^Sleeping^Uvauty^ of Attica, as she is called, awak^^ened from one of ber long trances Tuesday^morning, after ^ nap of thirty-four days.^The case puzzles the physlctaus greatly.^Some call It hyuWria, but Dr. A. H. Nich^^ols, of this village, savs that, although he^has read up all cases that have any bearing^on the subject, nowhere can he find the^parallel of this one. Whileon a visit to relatives in the east^em part of this state, in August, 1H8T, Mrs.^Emma Aithouse became suddenly ill with^what the family ph)Slclan called a severe^case of dysentery. This was followed by^inflammation of the bowels, causing the^formatlou of abcesaes in the ttowels and^stomach. When these abcesses had been^relieved the patieot usually fell into a^sound slumber lasting at first about three^days. She would then be partially awake^for a day and ...

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. — 14 February 1889

THELEG1SLATI BE CmncilRefuses to Confirm the Ap^^pointment of Holloway for Vet^^erinary Surgeon. AMemorial to Delegate Toole Passes^the Council, But Fails to Pass^Muster Before the House. ThfllmiM IMmu ^ iiiiiIh i of M. h*^ir*- and ^|H-nd^ Smni* 11 tot- on '^'^*^llm.nl^ Hill. Huatnesain koiiik through imiUi houses rapidly.The innanM wm busilyasMpi yesterdayIn traiisariinti ni^tt^rn of uu-^portance to the t^mlory and several Btsn^^nret of more than minor lrui*^rtaii^ e^were discuss*], but It seems that^he wis* and deiih^ ratlve body com^^mittal a drieToui error when It^passed the memorial petitioning lielejtate^Toole to change a certain sjajajajM in the^petition a^kin* congress to Kive u^ Mon^^tana the Kurt Kills reservation. Judge^Davis, acknowledging that the houae wea^a aawaW ordinary body, made the first^kick, lit* would not petition j^. i^^gat^*^Tooh', hut would petition congress. The^ju'tg'* was humored, and th^* memorial^I ailed to pi Thecouncil refused to con^firm Veterinary ...

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