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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 February 1889

Tk Ind^fudeiil U Well K^|Hlpi'^d rua vas PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders fur CommercialPrinting, ShowPrinting, and Fir*Work of All Kindt Th*IffDBPBN DINT ami Ike AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e:t IdjA| jfew-: fiepott^^A Laiger Cibcuiuton than^other two dally papers In Moutaoa. lilSuS{%d M M ADVERTISING^MEDIUM. VOL.30-NO. 66 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1889 FIVECENTS tphiiii K BKaDIM, Praat.uvl ^eo. Mgr. ed. iDasarroa,^Sac'y ud Traa* PublicSilk CO insiamrubof Ore SolinUd. templedI f wh lot ftubnallted to ito^dlffervnt Hmellera tad lbs Or* i* M to in*^blgbMt Bld4(r. WRITE KOR TERMS. OHjoffice at Seconal National Hauk.^T^la|^huQ* No. 71. samplingWork! at Northers Pacific and Mod^tana Ootral railroad JoarUoD. Talapfeoo* ^i. TakeMotor Lino wast. CAN Th.e GRAND mmem! Toba glvan undtr the direction of tho HarmoniaGesang Verein Mv.iv,BOJIaTY] MARCH I, 1889, ATTHE AssemblyHall. nnamiTTtior AKnaMuiMiNTe.^Luula HlUphrecbt, llarman Hlcatar, Jacob Loss DOaSITTESok IMV...

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. — 20 February 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT ielena, Mont., Feb. 20, 1^89 ^ * ^^^,. IVUT Mot*.He Ixcarr MoVDAT !N iKI'KMlKN T PUB. OttL TOM WW PUBLICATIONOKFl' C. bKOAUtVAY TEHUS OF Sinst Uli'TKtS MyMMftMh SJ wrier. i*r month|1 00 ByMall -per jew-_ Onrrains, t..F*iMjittdD*^ sWnrts 5rU^A'eeUy, v^r ^^*r Uf orrniAL paver ^^r WOMTABA aku^mWM A SO CiUBKB COVMTTi TheINDEPtNOINT has ft larger dally circula^^tion than any ncwipap^r between it Paul and^^ortiand and ^ larger circulation than any^otaar two dai'v papers published In Montana-^^ t hat no press roemeecrats, it* subscription^000tit ara opftn to inspection, and It Is always^^ead^ to p^ove that ita circulation la a* rapre-^^antad Enteradat tha Poatomca at Maiana as aecord-^^ taaa mattar. hMANthe fall of DM l.*^-fw*t-h.gli^otltt'f building ih k(.'hlrago the other day^war- merely a bit of l%MWH retribu^^tion. Mont of the money which went^lowardn t^n^ct.i.f( it wan in manag^^ing a roIIer-Hkating rink. Honuhban Its penaltieN an well an Itn^pleaHiiren, Mewtrn. rrewlde...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 February 1889

TERRITORIALINTERESTS T*A BOZEMAN DI8TILLERY. TheGem City in Need of Mora and^Purer Water-Gleaning* From^Various Source*. bozEMAN,K*b. W.-TH^ distillery plant^ao loug Ulked of for Bozrmen ha* not yet^own entirely abandoned. The report char*^aot*rUinK U aa only a m)th through which^dealgolux schemers were to extort money^from the whUky combine now appear* to^have been without foundation. Mr. Hicks,^who ha* acted as agent for eastern parties^Id the enterprise, passed through Bozeuiau^a day or two ago, and expressed the ut-^uiost confidence In the realization of the^project But In spite of all, a general teel-^ing of doubt prevails here as to the earnest-^nessor sincerity of the eastern contingent^of the much discussed syndicate who have^figured iu the affair. Theworks tor boring the artesian well^ataud idle, in consequent* of the non-^arrival of the expert who Is to direct their^operation, and no other steps towards the^construction of the water works have NH^taken, than the rei rival ...

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. — 20 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE Mantleand Cole Sign the Gambling^Bill Which Will Shortly Become^a Law TheBill Creating a Mine Inspector^Considered by the House in Com^^mittee of the Whole. Muiirr* Kmleitwtr to ll**^ thr Ofllrr fcll-^ylhl* to Am. rl^ ,tii II..ru i Ul/^u (ini. atotsafteaV Thecouncil put in a Rood day'a work^yesterday, with tin- result of pajwin* sev^^eral hills and expediting ^there. After the^uaaal prellralnar^ exereises in the worn^lug. Collins, from tue committee on im-^luigratiou aaawtlai council bill No. IK, the^railroad fenre law. with the r^*ccotuujenda-^tlon that it do not pass. Referred to gen^^eral orders. Kennedy, from the enrolling^eoinmittw reported council hill No. ;M, the^ItamblinK hill, and council bill No. Si, coo^aentai fatal and bars, aa enrolled. Thompson,of Deer Lodge, from the com^^mitter on elections reported house bill No.^I\ the registration bill, with the recom^mentation that it do pass. Placed on^general orders. Kennedygave notice of bis intention to^introdu...

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 February 1889

TheIndependent U Well K*jo1pr^d worn TBI PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall OriUr* fur^Oommerclal Priming, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kinds VN313H Jjtifs ThoINDKPBNDBNT hull* AssociatedPress Dispatches, SejltI^odM jfew** ffcpoft 1Larger Cibctjlation than any^other two dally paper* In Montana. ItU uneqrialed as ao ADVERTISING^MEDIUM. VOL.30-NO. 67 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1889. FIVECENTS tk1 111 i BRA din, PNfA,sad ^ien. atttr. i d. imiitor, oocj ud Treas PublicMu Co Cmi((DiifDU tf Ore Solifiled. Samplessfl **ru lot fcubmltted to the^different Smeller* end the Ore euld to toe^highest Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS,^city office it Second National Rank. TelephoneNo. 71. teirpllngWork* el North*^ PaclSc sad Moo-^laoe Ontral railroad junction. Telephone SOS. Tax*Motor Una weet. GRAND MMIBALL! Tobo fftven under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein^MARCH I, 1889, attub AssemblyMall. (SKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANh.) CAN UNDOUBTEDLY SHOW Th.eFinest FINEFOOTWEAR EverPlat...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fsb. 21, IbbW KUB1JKUID KTUT MoltNIM. It I CUT MoKDAT indbpiendkntTUB. co., pl'BUBHKKb, PUBLICATIONOPFICB, BROADWAY TICH.MS OK SUBSCRIPTION. atyttuhacrtbara, hj carrier, par month... ByMall-par y*1^ ^ Ool^al^a. t^ B^w^rHtf^ aad new* Handa^Wwkljr, pal jrwIs * $1lft .I 00 OFFICIALVA PER OK MONTANA ANl^^LEWIS A NO CLARKE COVNTY. ThaINOCPENOCN T hat ^ larger telly circula^^tion than any nawteapar between BJ Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ether two dally paper* publlahed In Montana.^^t hat no preat room eecrott, iti ^uhacriptlon^eooki are open to Inapectlon, and it It alwayi^'Mdr to prove that ita circulation It at r*pr^.^tented Cnterodat the Poetofnce et Helena aa aeto^-d-^tiatt matter. THEDakota leginlature i- ronilng to^Helena to celebrate the pa^a^** ^^f tbe^territorial admiaMloii Mil, arriving bere^Friday afWnoon. Without doubt the^hoHpiUlltl^m of the city will be freely^extended. It wah on the programme^that the Montana leglrtlatur...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 February 1889

REDLODGE COAL MINES. MONTANA'S FUTURE 8UPPLY, An Interesting Deacription of the^Town and the Surrounding Coun^^try^History of the Mine*. Redi ^i^^.t Feb. 17^[Sptwlal corr^^^pondence of the Iiidependeot 1^We start^^ed for the coal nil ties at Red Lodge Ml^llelena Tueeday evening, arming at Uu-^rei. a station on the Northern Pacific rail^^road about | o'clock the next morning. At^Laurel the Rocky Fork a Cooke City^railroad branches off from the Northern Pa^^cific, aud oroasea the Yellowstone river^two nil let from the station. There It a^temporary bridge across the river, which it^considered very shaky and liable to go out^at any time when the ice breaks up. A new^structure is being put in as rapidly as pos^^sible and will be completed In a few days.^After leaving the Yellowstone the railroad^runs nearly souih until It reaches the Clark^Fork river, which stream it follows up to^the mouth of the Rocky Fork, thence un^that stream to the coal banks. The |track^ts laid to wiihiu one mile ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 February 1889

THELEGISLATURE TheBill Creating the Office of Mine^Inspector Considered by^the House. AfterNumerous Amendments in Com^mitteeof the Whole It Is Recom^^mended for Passage loam11 U^ri * ^i I^ay'^ Wmtk, lirBiilaf anI ii. .ih. ^i for luK-rriip-^tlun h\ Bro^^. Insnd the bill wu lent to th* enrolling^committer. Thii bill is HofBM'l free^brnlge bill. The council went Into com^^mute* of the whole. Olds in the chair. Housebill No. 24, ponreruiim alimony^and divorces, house full No. prohiWt-^Ing minora from vmltinK KsuiMim* and^drinking saloons, snd council lull ^o. Jl,^concerning aupreine court report*, were^ronoidered, amended, Hid recommended^for passage._ . ,_ Thecommittee then row. the chairman^reported, the amendments were adopted,^and the bills sent to the endowing com- niThepresident signed fcMM Mi JW, the^bounty bill, end IN council adjourned. HOIMl Doue met at the usualmorning Contraryto expectation the hill creating^a mining Inspector was as bitterly fought^In the house as It was th...

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 February 1889

Thelodepeudeut Is Well E^alpV^* pom tbi- PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kinds VOL.30--NO. 68 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1889 TheINDBPBNDBffT he. the AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ejt I^o^I Jfewj* ffeport*,^A Laboib CracrtATiON than any^other two daily papers in Montana. UjSSSSSMmmADVKRTI8ING^MKDITJM. FIVECENTS seat'illsbk^i.^^,^Freet. end U^u. M^-r I.D. BDeiBTVH, Secyud Tree* PublicSiiig Co lajpHh4 Ow MeM Bamplee^ f Mat M NubmllUd to tbe differentHreaeUere end the Ore euld to the^highest Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice at Merond National Hank.^Telephone No. 71. HempHag Work* at Northern fecltc sad Mob-^taae C'eotrel railroad Junction. Telepboae * TakeMotor Line weet. GRAND i, BALL! Tobe given under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein^MARCH I, 1889, atuk Assimii1)1 V Hall. J.P. WOOLMAN L CO. (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) CAN Tlx UNDOUBTEDLYSHOW ZEPim-estLine OK caaiTTii or aitiuNOBeBS'TB,^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 February 1889

rHEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fsb. 22, 1*89. rVMmtXVTPUB CO., PUBLlBUKKh. PJBL10AT1OSorricE, broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION XtjSuharrltmra, by carrier par month |1 *j ByMtli-v*r 7**r^ 00 JaTrains, 11 naweboya and nsws stanJs . r^cta^*s#sJy, v^er )Mr* OFFICIALFA PER (IT MOST AW A AS I)^LEWIS AltD CLARKE Col'STf. ThmINDEPENDENT hat a larajar daily clrruia-^m0n than any nawapapar batwaan ^t Paul and^Portland and a lar^ar circulation than any^31bar two dally aaoar* publiahad in Montana,^tt haa no prpaa room sacrata; Ita subscription^tookaara opart to irtapocllon, and It la always^*^oady to prova that It* circulation la aa ropra-^^ontad Entaradat tha PoatofAca at Halana aa aacond^^ taaa mattor. TusUuut autl-Nure-Uilng bill win^ligued by Gov.LphU* fmU r '^-^^ Mid gtn*^Into effect on Monday, In* next thing^U to proem* a thorough enforcement of^the Uw, which would effect ^ market!^reformation lu upper Main ntre^#t. Asmall fuHilade of popcorn oratory^wan lizard In the council chamber yes^^ter...

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 February 1889

THEMYSTERY UNRAVELED FATE.OF A YOUNG CANADIAN. The Body ol Henry Williem Keys^Found in the Kootenai River-^Some Correspondence. FlatheadAt#i^ncy, K^b. 1H.-lSpt^ci^J^eonvBuoudwice of the IndependentJ-^L'ndrrdateof JwpL 20, 1^*K Oov. P. U.^Leslie received the following telegram^from Washington: Canyou give thie department any par^^ticular!* concerning the alleged murder of^Henry William Keys, at Flathead. Mont^u. l. i.i \ i.-. Acting Secretary of State. Gov.Leslie turned the matter over to^Uaj. Ronan, of the Flathead reaervation,^and that officer communicated with the au^^thorities at Ottawa, and was inform^d by^Hon. John Coattgan. uilulster of Inland^revenue, under the Dominion govern^uieut, that the man who was^reported to taavel^ren murdered.and whos*^bodj wai found near the mouth of the^Jocko river, Flathead reaervation, in July,^1887, wae reported to he William ileury^Keya, of Ottawa, lie waa lv years of age^and a full description was given of his per^^sonal appearance, including...

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 February 1889

J % THELEGISLATURE GovernorLeslie Signs the Bill Which^Prohibits Sure Thing Games^in Montana. TheBounty Bill Also Becomes a Lew,^and Various Beneficent Meas^^ures Are Considered. BjMfStK*ffUtr*tlnn 111 11 OBtSMB 1 l^ r^r^lon^lil^r^tiun by th* ( ounrll ^int^^MSJaSSS AM '^*^^^ 1 On. Tomake amends for lime wa*u*d during^tbt* early days of the session the leftlsla-^ture now daily transact* a great deal of^business. Yesterday both houses were^busy. In the council Conrad introduced a^bill to detarh certain portions of Park^county and to add to Yellowstoae county,^Collins a bill Matin* to fees of coanty of-^fleer*. The bill providing for uniformity^Of test books in public schools passed, and^Moore's registration bill was considered hy^the committee of the whole, but was not^finished. In the bouse a bill to prohibit^lotteries was Introduced, the hill r lating^Ut dower rights of Insane was Bssjsjsjayjsja4^ed for passage, as was the hill relating to^the formation of juries. The bill relating^...

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 February 1889

TheIndependent W Well K^ulpr*d for tbi PROMPTEXECUTION Oftil ordere fur^Ooaimerclti Printing, ShowPrinting,, and Fin*Work of Alt Kindt TheI1DKPKHUKF1T hiitki AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ejt IfOdkl tfewj* ffcpottpS^A Labokb Circulation than amy^other two daily papers In Montana. *mSS5l* m aa advkrti8ing vol.30--no. 69 helena, montana territory, saturday morning, february 23, 1889 fivecents mi h i i aasniv,^NOI, anil Oen. M*r. I.1^ KlHJiHToH, yud Tr*li. PuleSilk C 0 Consignmentsof Ore Solicited. Samples^f BSjfe Isl Mihralited to toe^different Smelter* ud the Or^ told to the^ulfnset Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS. Cityoffice at Second National Hank.^Telephone No. 71. gamplingWork* at Northers Pacific aad M^a-^Una Ontral raUruad JudcUod. Telephone SOB. TakeMotor Line weet. GRAND MASQUEBALL! Tobe given under the direction of the HarmoniaGesang Verein [SINGINGMOJIBTY.] MARCH I, 1889, ITTUI AssemblyMall. Th.e FINE ( MM IT It E. or AHHftNUIMEMTB. LonlaHillebrecbt, Herman Klrhter, Jacob Loeb. OOMHI...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 February 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Fsb. 28, lh69. tU^UllllD BvBST MoaNINS BlCBTT MoPDAT. INDBFKWDa'NTPUB. oo., PUBl-lHHBKb. PUBLICATIONOmOl, BROADWAY 'TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. ntfSubscribers'; by e*rrl^, \^t mouth|t Bjv*n v^ r^^^ n -per ;ht;j* 00 aTralaa, U BewaboyB ud newe alaade Seta^Weekly, par jwr*S * OFFICIALPAPER OF MONTANA AND^fsMWlB AND CLARKK CoVNTT. ThaINDBPENDIN T hu ^ largpr etally clrculat-^Con than any ^^ ^^(^^^^' batwaan 81 Paul ana^^^rltand ana a *rgf circulation than any^Olkar two M^v P***^^* publlanaS In Montana,^it haa na preae raameacrata; ita aubstriptlon^books ara open to Inspection, and It It always^-MO^ to prove that Itt circulation It at rppra-^a an taw into rod at tha Poatofnco at Mplana at aacond-^tlata mattar. Tillemigration of Oklo county tr^a^-^urprsto Csaada routlnaw*. Th* lst**st^departure it Jsuihs U Laiis, of Picka^^way, Bounty, who by strict attention U^^business ha*, accumulated a shortage of^$47(iiUO in Iff months. hi-ILANG KB' ^ opinion of the new^Frenc...

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. — 23 February 1889

AN IRREPARABLE LOSS. PRESIDENT OAKE8' CIRCULAR HePays a High Tribute to the Star^Worth of N. D. Root-Local^Railroad Notes. luimsdtat*.*after the funeral of the late^N. I). Boot, President Oases laauad. the^following circular: ^'On the afternoon of^the 13th Instant, at Taroma, Wub , In the^discharge of his duties, Mr. N. D Root, as^^sistant areneral superintendent, was fatally^Injured and survived but a few houra. ^I'dIs a previous loss* personal and^official, and is scarcely leas keenly felt by^the undersigned and other aaaoclates of the^deceased than by the bereaved family;^while to the Northern Pacific Railroad^company It *eeros almost irreparable. Mr.Root entered the employ of tha^company In December, 1881, as chief dis^^patcher of tut* Minnesota division at Hraiu^erd, having previously served the Michi^^gan Central and other companies in simi^^lar capacities. Ills eicelleut uualttles of^mind and heart were soon discovered by^bis new employers, and he was^in the following year gi...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 February 1889

GROVERAGREES. PresidentCleveland Signs the Bill^Admitting Four Territories^to the Union. Membersof Both Political Parties at^Washington Pleased With the^President's Promptness. Montana'sCunslltutluit s^ M Forth In sn^Atldrss- to the l^oplr ^^) ^ Cum^^in i Use la IKH4. Wabhikoton.r^b. a.-The president^has approved the UK t^ admit aa states of^the union Waahiwfton. Montana, North^Dakota and .south Dakota. Therewsi Kr**at satisfaction express^-d^on lK^th sides of the house to-day when It^became generally known the president had^signed the territorial hill. Shortly after^the house met aipeotal messenger from the^white house brought an autograph letter U^^the chairman of the committee on terri^^tories. 'Hon. W. M. Springer: My Dear Sir- I^sign*d the bill for the admission wf new^^tale* at eleven o'clock this morning.^Yours very truly, GhovkkCi.evei.aki^. Muntauas Cnuatltutlou. Nowthat Montana is nesr rtatfIkhhI, the^constitution which was adopted in lHM.and^which the people will either r...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 February 1889

BN3I3H VOL.31-NO 70. HELENJIONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1889 FIVECENTS J..P. WOOLMAN ^ CO. OVERTHE POND (NKXTTO FIR8T NATIONAL BANK.) CANUNDOUBTEDLY SHOW Th.eFinest Li Bismarck Apparently Not Pleased^With the Action of His Consuls^in the Samoan Affair. OF FINEFOOTWEAR EverPlaced on Inspection West of New York. All Widths. Style* and Sizes, WHOLESALEAND RETAIL. PromptAttention Given to Mail Orders. NoW^r^hip^ Ordered to the Island!,^but a Fleet Ready in Case it is^Needed ihfNaw French MlnUtry^I'ollry 4a l^* On* or^Frog-reM. Anuouacesr**r^ and T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBBKS AND DBA aHS IK MININGMACHINERY! AgriculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Bement^ Son's Celebrated u Maine ^ and ^ Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows. SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE Carriageand IHeavy PJ earn Harness. I Ourstock of fine Carriages and Buggte* la the largest and most complete STsr^shown in Helena._ m Afull line ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 February 1889

HKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT, BELLESTARK. Careerof the Most Notorious Female^in the Southwest ATerror W.lh Her R.fle, Who Feared^Outlaw, R'ibbftr and Murderess^Nobody, and Was Obeyed by^Other Desperadoes anlorlwn;n K*tlle*nahe,^ l^. ^ M^n Had^the ( vtirifr hn KaUr ll^r ( ovranlly^M . .L i Kreen %witm^li KortSmith, Ark. Spe-lal In point or^aa abounding criminality and nll-p**r^ad-^^jr. lawlessness, tlierw it no spot tn tut*^9alt*d Mates to day morn n in a -..-.i than^be nett(t)lH^rh^KHj of Kufaula, QMl Rb^^ten. I. T , the, home uf that notorious f-^sale outlaw, Helle Starr, who waa re^ceatly amrderral In eold hloo^i- Kvery^an-ise, every country r^*^d, every hlil and^mountain tn tint wild country seem* to be^blood stained. It* nearness to the moun^t sins, flanked on two aides by the Qanffi^kee and Thortaw Nations, with the muddy^(Canadian Rowing between, and the wild,^auo'cupted homes of the I'utta watotnle ^^aad Ktrkapfto* l^eyond, gives Kutaula nat^aral environments conducive to every^ka...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. TAVERNLORE. JoelBenton Tells About Various Old^Inns and Some Curious^Sign Boards. QueerNimet, Their Origin and How^They Have Been Corrupted in^Recent Year*. VmmmmmIfeMM I r^queiitcr^--The * i^^tm lb*l |n,.^|.|.i .limn ^^ of the cInn. NawYork, Feb. lH.-[Sprvlal cone^spondence of the 1 ndependeDt. J -There are^no haunts where human fellowship abound!^around which mora interestin^ associations^cluster than al the Inn or tavern. Here^have been housed the best wit* and most^noted men; and here, on public occasions,^In the country, the whole neighborhood^often assembles. The rooms are still^pointed out to you which iioUmI men have^occupied, for the commonest inn boasts of^1U old time celebrities, and the boniface in^charge will tell you, if you quiz him, how^they acted and what they said. Though^the Astor House does not now have the^overwhelming promlneace it bad a gen^^eration and ago, it is still remembered that^Webster, Clay and Seward once habitually^^topped t...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 February 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helena, Mont., Feb. 24, LHI9 FusuaHBDEviHt Momma a Bxcarr Mohdat inokpkndbntpub. co., PCBLIhUBKH. publicationornoB. broadwat TERMSor 8UHS^ RIPTION mmSnharrtlMira, by carrlar. par month|i W ByMail i*r jn^ar^ ^* OaTralna, I mwi')^|IU^] d^wi alanda 5rtt^ffaaaly, par fW$^ w orrnial paper or Montana and lkwmAND CLARK* COUNTY. ThaINDEPENDENT hat a largar dally clrtula-^Hon than any nawapaaar batwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a tartar circulation than any^Otaar two dally papara publlahad In Montana.^H haa no praat roam aacratt, in tuhacHptlon^^ooka ara op^n to inapactlon. and It la always^rpady to prova that Its circulation la aa rapra-^aanlad InUrtdat tha PoatoSVa al Hplana at aacond-^alaaa mattar. (iKN.H %Miii ms will set ont for Wash^^ington to morrow, with hts family, to be^on hand In time for tus inauguration^csrsmoiiiss, which Uke place on the suc-^feeding Monday. Itappears as If 'ieriuany was In a^manner taking advantage of a flag of^truce when...

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