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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 March 1889

TksIa4^p^i^nl U W*ll Ka.alpr.ed iqi tbi PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all orders for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FlnoWork of AH Kind* FREEPUBLIC LIBRARY,^HELENA. W2% if*4r~ Th*l*DKPKN0B!fT hutki AssociatedPress Dispatches, fWtI^oc:M yew* fjefoftp*,^A Libgkb Cibculation than any^other two dally paper* in Montana. It1* onMoaled aa aa ADVKRTISINO MEDIUM. VOL.30--NO. 78 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1889. FIVECENTS Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAQUmC, wmiuiisminstrklsi 3N glits and Saturday Mat. Goodyear,Cook ^ Dillon's^REFINED MINSTRELS. 8FUNNY END MEN 8 10Artistic Clog Dancers. 10 FamousBay State Sextette^25 MINSTREL KINGS 25 UnrivalledBand and Oreheetra^Magn'ftcant Parade at Noon. Watchfor tha White ^Ilk Mats EntlroChang* Saturday Night. Seatenow on tale at Pope a O'Connor's^Drugstore SfKl11.1 E BKAhlN, Presi.and tiea. Brr. o. kiwihtun, noc'yand I rt.ee PublicSampling Co (asignseiU of Ore SalifitfJ. Kimpleigf each \l*^t Niilimlltrd to the^rllffeifDt Ssneltsra and 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. — 6 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March C, 188W. PtHUSaKD IVI1T HOUIM lldl* MuSDST. INDBl'SMDINTPUB. CO., PLBLlttliKHh. pjblicatiomornca, BROADWAY. TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. It)Sqbecrtbere, i ^^ carrier, p^r month ByMall -per yearmrx: JaTreloe, to aawsboys Md news Blende.^Weakly, pec ye^r |1Ott .9 00 $8u0 OmClALPAPER or MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COVNTT. ThaINDEPENDENT hat ft larger daily circula^^tion than any newspaper between ft Paul and^Portland and a largor circulation than any^etaer two dally espere publlahod In Montana,^tlhaano prees roam secrets; Its subscription^aooasaro opan to inspection, and It Is always^raady to; prove that IU circulation la at rep re - Entanadat t ha Poatofwoa at Helena aa aacond-^tiaaa mat tar. Turbk1h after all flomethiog In hered^^ity. Ad ancestor of Janif* 8d Blaine^was a commlsaary in the revolutionary^army, while J amen (i. pervwl his country^during the civil war by nelllDfc It army^musket*. Mh.Btevknsdn, first assistant po^t-^iuaHter geuerul. has resig...

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. — 6 March 1889

THEFOUR NEW STATES. HONORTO WHOM HONOR 18 DUE. DelegatesToole and Voorheea* Part^in Effecting an Agreement Be^^tween the Two Houses. WashingtonTost, Feb. 26: The preet^dnii has signed the bill admitting as states |^the territories of Montana, Washington and^Dakota, the latter being divided Into two^states, North and South Dakota. The sig^^nificance of this legislation will be shown^by our rapidly reverting to a few facts rela-^tlve to the vastnets of area and weaJth of^resource of these new ^ tales. Thq total^urea oi this territory Is over MV,0Q0 square^tulles, far exceeding the area of all the^thirteen original ststes together, and In {^natural productiveness It is surpassed by^no equal amount of soil any where on the^continent. InWashington the agricultural possibll- j^ltles are very great snd have been largely^developed, the quality and abundance of .^her wheel crops being compared very favor-^ably to her, with any other wheat growing^country on the globe. She baa within her j^bo...

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. — 6 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE TheHouse Favorably Considers the^Bill Establishing the Office of^Boiler Inspector. Both'HousesEffectually Dispose of^the Bill Establishing a Territorial^Board of Examiners. ^^umtiAllat ^^^^^^^- ^ssMMsasJali ^usi- nessllurlwg tbe I^h* Hold ^u Kih- liothhouses made up (or time lost Hon^day by working with a will yesterday and^aa a result transacted considerable Im^portant business. The bouse effectually^killed the bill providing for a board of^equalization. The house substitute for^council No, 1 to establish a territorial^board ^^f examiners for steam boilers was^generally discussed In committee of the^whole and recommended for passage. The^bill provides for a boiler Inspector at a^salary of $2,400 a year and an assistant at^S1.H0U a year. The office Is not only self-^sustaining but will bring In considerable^revenue. Numerous petitions were pre^^sented in both bouses protesting against^the Northern Pacific or any other corpora^tion being granted odd sections of mineral...

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. — 7 March 1889

Tfc InSepeueleot U Well B4^lPr** worn rns PROMPTEXECUTION oftil or4^r^ for^Commercial Priming, Show Printing, and Fin*Work of All Kind* VOL.30--NO. 79 lititm TboHDKPKN DENT RMlk* AssociatedProas Dispatches, fWtI^o^kI Kew^ ffcfmrtA^A Largkb Circulation than any^other two daily papers in Montana. Itis tineqaaled as an ADVERTISING^MEDIUM. HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1889. FIVECENTS Ming'sOpera House JOHNMAQUIRf, Mll\IHtUNMINSTRELSI 3Nights and Saturday Mat. Goodyear,Cook ^ Dillon's^REFINED MINSTRELS. 8FUNNY END MEN 8 10Artistic Clog Dancer*. 10 FamousBay State Sextette^25 MINSTREL KINGS 25 UnrivalledBand and Orchestra^Magnificent Parade at Noon. Watchfor the White Silk Hat EntireChange Saturday Night. Beatsnow on sale at Pope a O'Connor's^Drugstore STill I M.i BK A dim, Prest.atul Geo. at nr. d xdsbstox, *****I aad Trees PuleSiting Co CvLsignntDtft^f Ore Solieilfd. ampl^e of earli ^t Siil^nilit^-^1 to the dlffeieotsmrltrre and the Or* sold to the^highest Bidder...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rielena,Mont., March 7, lb8 KrSUiSSU KTUT MouHtNw IXUBFT MoSDAT iNUKi'b^i^iiNT pub. oou mman PJBUCATlOHQMOt BROADWAY TERMS^^r SUBSCRIPTION. nt Sabacrihere, ^w carrier, par month|1 B)M*jl-psr year^ ^ Jolrsia^, t.^ a^est*^ya *^id wwi ^tends . .MM^^eekly, per rearS* OmClALPA PER OF MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARK* COUNTT. Th INDEPENDENT hul larger dally circula^^tion than any aswspsper Between at Paul and^^c-tiand and ^ larger circulation than any^at net- two dally ptpara published In Montana,^t h^t no press roem secrets; Ita subecrlptlon^oooktara open to inspection, and it ts alwaye^^aady to provo that Ita circulation la a* repre-^tented Entaradat tha Poatofflco at Helena aa second-^^ last mattar. Thedeath of Kin* William III , of^Holland, in Hxp. ri.-.l. hut when It occurs^iifiitinr his country nor the world will^be the worse off. He it* one of those men^whonc eiiBtenre ilemonstrateH the utter^u-Ht'li'SNiit'HN of royalty. Theidentification of the Madrid sui^^cide by KogllH...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 March 1889

THEKOOTENAI IND ANS. NOFEAR OF SERIOUS TROUBLE. Fact!About the Flathead Country and^the Tribes Which Inhabit It^^Superstition and V i K*.a .n. Missoula county, March 1.^[ Corre^spoudruce of ihs lsdepeudent. ]^la Jus-^Uce to the Klathftd country, mhWh iufit^ri^aenouJ drawback! by the wide circulation^of such alarm inn and entirely unfounded^re porta of ludian warfare aa have recently^been published, the wrttrr will give a tbort^description ut the Indian tribe which liitiab-^IU It TheKootenai Indian tribe, or Santa aa^they call theuaelvea. cauie originally from^Tobacco Plains, a country about wittity-^five uiilea north uf here. Accurdiugto ira-^dition this was the cradle of the race; here^they remained until local disturbances^caused the removal, at different times ol^clans, and they gradually drilled north^^ward, until they claimed the entire country^almost to Ricking Horae Pass, on the Can^^adian Pact He. At the time ot the advent^of the while man among them tbey had^possession of t...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE ANight Session Held by the House,^Which Has Hard Work to^Secure a Quorum. HouseSubstitute for Council Bill Re^^lating to Steam Boiler Inspect^^ors Passes the House. Thrlllll for lb* Appoints**^ 8f * mm IsjayaatatNaM ui*^ staMfl ** AniauuVd. Urequired s nigUt teuton of the house^In order to relieve it from the press of busi^^ness which had accumulated, but the coun^^cil, which held an evening session Tuesday,^was satin tied with the business transacted^during the forenoon and afternoon. The^council spent a considerable portion of^their time to kUltnff or scotching house^bills The mine inspector bill was reported^back from the council committee with Ute^recommendation that it pass as amended.^The bill to provide tor safety of passengers^traveling by rail was discussed in commit^^tee of the whole, and was filed for further^consideration. The house substitute for^council bill No. 1, relating to Inspectors of^steam butler*, paused the house by a vote of^fifteen to seven. T...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 March 1889

HELENA. Tli*Indepenneut U Well Kajnlpneel son rum^^PROMPT EXECUTION Oftil Ordern for^Oomm^rcl^l Printing, howPrinting;, an* FineWork of All Klnee tltm Tataindepbndbnt hM Um AssociatedPress Dispatches, Sc*t E(SAI jfew* fjeport*; A LiBon CIRCTLATION than *^J othertwo daily papers in Montana. ItIn nneooaied as an ADVERTISING^MEDIUM. VOL.30--NO. 80 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1889i FIVECENTS King'sOpera House. JOHNMAQUlRfc. Manager 3Nights and Saturday Mat. Goodyear,Cook ^ Dillon's^REFINED MINSTRELS. 8FUNNY END MEN 8 10Artistic Clog Dancers. 10 FamousBay State Sextette^25 MINSTREL KINGS 25 UnrivalledBond and Orchestra^Magnlflcnnt Parade at Noon. Watchfor tho White 8Hk Hals. EntireGhana* Saturday Night. Beatsnow on tale at Pop* a O'Connor's^Drugstore ling'sOpera House JOHNmaquire, Manager ONENIGHT ONLY, Monday,March iith. Firstabearance of th* popular comedian MR.J. K. EMMET, Inhis comedy creation OURFRITZ. Introducingoriginal ^on^s snd ^Urc*s; also bis^newly pare...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 8, 1889 fUBUMIDItiit atoamwe 1x^*it MoMDAT 1ndep1n0imtPUB. CO., PUBLIHUKKb, PJBLUJATIONopp1ci, BltOADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. MyHabetrlbere, by carrier, per m^n uS1 ByMali^per /ear jbTrains, to Dewaboye ud newt stands .5 eta^Weekly, per year OFFICIALPAPER OF MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. TheINDEPENDENT has ^ larger dally circula^^tion than any newspaper between 8t Paul and^^orlland and a larger circulation than any^ether two dally papers published In Montana.^^ t haa no preee room eecrete; It* euhecrtptlon^eooks are open to Ineeactlon, and II le always^ready to prove thet lie circulation le ae ropre-^eented Enuredat the PoetonVe at Helena ae eacond-^flaea matter. MINIM.|,4 M A I lose. 1he debate iu the bfW of repreeenta^Uvea ou Wednesday ami the vtewti ei-^premed by member* of the aaaembly In^MDTfTftatlon upon the bill to amend the^law relating to the location and record^Lng of mining claim* indicate* a miHap-^preheo'lon upon the part of Ho...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 March 1889

t1'aid 6 6Its^40^4^6 LICEN8E8 iMuedDuring Quirlcr Ending; Umrvh ItttfV.In LcnIi ^n^l Clark* Count). Ham*.Oorapstlon.^H*tU^tt*hy, J foot *d^ller, sthot!wm men iiuii, Hami 11 d Barns-d. aal ^^ -n. Lue,- : - . faro, ^ aj huk Koug, ptr**4^a, '^ TwmowYoujr, raerrhtnl, ** N*wVVaUw Co **lllng watsr, ** Wttia^^, rusrthent, ** WingUn, faro, ^ John*.Allied rnlooa, Kmi.lr* .... Morer,Mre J P saloon, tut lli^ni^Maratuia, Dr. M. G phy*iilar\ Helena. Weler,M , foot p^lcler, Helen* Hnwa.Ku . g. b and sal h^o.Jbt U ^old^Uenrtrh A Bowee, batch**, *. Helens^UMM ^ llsves, me chant, B Helens^AlharUoa * Mathaeon, faro, Helens^Wells, Chat. K rasrchnat, ^ . .^i^immn. Kr*d, maicbant, *^^kaotucky Uyuor Co., saloon ^^Ashley, H. H hack.'* ... Comly.U K , Uwtir,M ... KentuckyLiquor Co.,merchant, hentuck*Liquor Co., wbolseele liquors,^Helenai CroartyA Fisher, faro, Heleaa .. HumWah, laundry, *' Mark*.Conrad dt Cortlft, merchant,^Helen* Handelv Co, ona till Hard and pool^Wble, Helena **e*lng*r,0. A . raal relate...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 8 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE CouncilHolds a Night Sesssion^Complete the Business of the^Very Busy Day. TheHouse Discusses a Number^Important Measures, But Passes^Few Bills. to ot MirHill^Mhii) I AuivmlltiK llm !m-Ihm^I Imp^.^r i i^ ^^ I * i - lt#*t ^imiM# ini*^l I or^i t^^ ^ h^ OsMMMi Thecouncil again found It neceaaary to^bold a night session though the business^transact* d during the .\rning was not suf^^ficient to warrant the expenditure of so^much mental ttMue which is aadiy needed^at times during the day. The most im^^portant measure was the consideration of^the bill amending the present school law.^It was Intelligently dlscusstd, amended^and recommended for pausge. The bill^pro\iding for the recording of mining lo-^cstlons by a district mining recorder was^referred to the mines and minerals com^^mittee. The bill relative to the limitation!^of actions passed the council, and the bill^Mating to county treasurers was killed.^The hwuse bill providing for a private sec^^retary to the governor at...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 9 March 1889

TheIndependent la Wsll K*. nipped rom vaa^^PROMPT EXECUTION^Of all unUn for^Commercial Printing, howPrinting, and FineWork of All Kind* \fN313H tltUft AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*tI^o4kt Jfcw^ fJepoi*ta\^A Largib Coculation than say^other two dally papers iu MouUna. Itis nnwiQaled^MKIHl M. anADVERTISING -NO.81 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1889. FIVECENTS Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAOUIRE, mumkilis ^ mi\\tui:lm 3Nights and Saturday Mat. Goodyear,Cook ^ Dillon's^REFINED MINSTRELS. 8FUNNY END MEN 8 10Artittic Clog Dancer*. 10 FamousBay State Sextette^25 MINSTREL KINGS 25 UnrUaliadband and Orchestra^MagnlficaM Parade at Noon. Watchfor tha White Silk Hats CntlraChang* Saturday Night. Beatenow on aala at Popa A O'Connor's^Drugstore Ming'sOpera Bouse. JOHNM AGUIrtt , Manes*' ONENIGHT ONLY, Monday,March i ith. Firstapt earanoe of popular runie.il-n MR.J. K. EMMET, Idhit comedy creation OURFRITZ. Introdmiogoriginal srnve ind dstc^v alar bla^n-aly porchaaid |6,not) pri...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 9 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 9, lb8^. pirausaaDItut Momma* Bxobpt Movxmt. [BDttr*BNDBNTPUB. CO., PLBLlbHBHH. PUBLICATIONOfflCS. BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. MySubacrlbar*, by csrrlsr^ i-r month|1 ^J ByBall -psr r**r^ ^ *aTrslus, lu a*twsbojrs ud dsws staads.. ..MSJ^A'sssJr, par y^rS* ^ OFFICIALPAPER Of MONTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. IBBINDEPENDENT BM ^ BWBB* B^3BBB^^llan than any BBBBBBBBf BBBBBBBtB *aul an*^Portland And a largar circulation than any^Otbor two dally aspsrs publlshad In Montana,^it BM no prass roomaocrotti Us subscription^Oookiara oo*n to inspection, and It Bj always^r^adv to prov* mat It* circulation It as raprp-^^antod Entarodat tha PoatofBoa at Halona at tacond-^^ last mattar. Anelection ja^t now In Montana^would rennlt In an overwhelming demo^^cratic majority. The republicans have^all gone to VYanbtugton to get an office. ItVfortunate for Montana that the^ceDKUiilnnot to be takeu uutit next^year. By that time tke pilgrims will all^have returned from...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 9 March 1889

HISGOOD WORKS LIVE. AFORTUNE GIVEN TO CHARITY Careerof ft Man Who Would Sooner^Qive Thousands Then Buy a Suit^of Clothes. Philadelphia,March H-Iealah V.^Williamson, tin* vrnerahle millionaire and^philanthropist, diwi yesterday. IsaiahV. Williamson, who gave one slith^of his fortune e( $15,000,000 to establish the^Kree School of Mechanical Trades, was^on** of Philadelphia's most energetic capi^^talists and pLllantl ropists tor yeara. Old^merchants who have known him for haif a^century never knew where to find him if^he was not at his dinsy little office at No.^SO Bank street. He remained a bachelor^all his life, and In bis K6th year founded^an Institution which, like ti Irani colli gt\^will always remain an enduring monu^^ment to his princely liberality and the^hlffh purpose for which It was fouuded.^Mr. Williamson was of Quaker origin and^was born in Bucks county in IH0B Ills^father was a hard-working farmer In that^section, and the sou in early life became^Imbued with those economi...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 9 March 1889

THELEGISLATURE Kennedy'!Bill Looking to the Puri^^fication of the Ballot Box Recom^^mended for Passage. TheEmasculated Bill Creating the^Office of Mine Inspector la^Still Further Mutilated. Amendment* I i^ u.i on l^y the Council^Killing the Bill and Gravely^BtHoa mended. Tetterdajwas the fifty-fourth day of the^legislature and only tlx more working daya^remain In which business must be finished.^No bills of Importance paaaed either house^and only the bill creating the office of mine^inspector occupied the attention of the^council to any great eitent and amend,^menu as ludicrous as a Humpty Dumpty^ahow were gravely considered by that au^^gust l^ody and recommended for passage.^Ko bill that has come before the legislature^presents the craxy quilt appearance of this^bill which provides a sinecure for some^broken down politician who will have^nothing to do but draw his salary. The^bill authorizing county treasurers to ari-^vertlne warrants to be called in when there^is n^^tiey to redeem...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 10 March 1889

VN313H wnwanonand 33*13 VOL.31.-NO 82 MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1881). FIVECENTS JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Better,Finer and More autistic ThanAny Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will receive^prompt and courteous attention1. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (NKXTTO KIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBKKS AND DBA *KH 1N Ag MININGMACHINERY! -A-1ST 3D riculturalImplements, Justreceived, a large stock of Beim-eri/t^ Son's Celebrated ^ Maine^ and ^ Brown BOBSLEDS. Deere^ Co. Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows SCHUTTLERAND RUSHFORD TUBULAR AXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS. FINEHAND-MADE^Carriage aaxdL IHea v ,y TMMDOl Harness Ourstock of fine Carriages and Buggies ts the largest and most complete em^shown iii Helena. ^ Afull line of Mint and Mill supplies embracing Wake Steam Pumps, Revere^Bnbber Co. Mechanical goods. Common Seuse Whim, etc., etc. Sendfor Circulars and Price Lint. Steamboat ...

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 March 1889

IIKLKNADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOriETYGOSSIP. PleasantEvents in HWcna Social^Life Before the Beginninfr, of^the Lenten Season. Mrs.T C. Power * Wednesday Even^ing Reception, With Some of the^Hmdioma Costume* Worn. Dllin- tut Hi * *-|*f lull Ml 111*' Itt'atflrll* *^ ^^l^K. W. Kniiflit * *ur|^rl^^ I'srty^l i. ^ Kim*' llr^-^*^ t-.r*. *Wotti^- hav- free souls It f m* h- * us nut.^^^Let the 11 ^^ j Jads rlnre, hi withers UnfUng.'' Lentin upon tit. S^^^ iMy In ^1*-a^lt and th^*^*^^^ lal world Mf gone into mourning, while^tb^ u nfort u natt* h'Tlhi* deputed to write up^the social col'imn iNwouea the chief pall^be,art*r. Could I euter my lady's boudoir^uaooterved, 1 might retail the latent on dlt^and perhaps the cholreat hit of scandal.^How a young doctor in the city, of W^what chivalrous tendenciea, waa gravely^congratulated hy a visiting bishop on Ins^marriage to a hride who in now well away^on her honeymoon with herhiuhand. ' The^bishop ha^1 only just heard that the young^lady wait married, a...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. ACONSUMING FIRE Sermonby Rer. C. B. Allen, Jr., on^the Text, ^Wickedness Burneth^as a Fire. FancifulIdeas of the Ancients on the^Origin of Fire and Apt Appli^^cations TheKfniilU i^r * I.If*- of Kin rirtuml la^Mrong Term* Thing* l'|^un tt tili-li^Kill I ^ ^ -I- Thefollowing sermon was delivered by^Hev. C. H. Allen, Jr., pastor of the First^Baptist church of this city, the text befog^the ^fKhU*rnth verse of the ninth chapter of^Isaiah: ^Wickedness burneth as a Are.^^The preacher said: Wickednessburneth as the fire. Isa IX:^18. Issn Infernal machine an Instrument ^^t^terror^ ho Is sin. Will one destroy terri-^t^l) ^ No will the other and eternally. Mn^is thr most terrible thinK In the universe.^The BQost expressive types are used to^teach men what it Is Itis likened to a flood which breaking^through its confines sweeps over fields,^vineyards, orchards, house*, destroys every^trace of verdure, beauty and fruitfulness,^and leaves behind wldeHpread ruin and dis^^e...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 10 March 1889

1HELENA DAILY INDEPENDENT THEINDEPENDENT Helmut,Mont., March Ml, l-n* rnupNiuKvsar M-mMim* Kibit Monday INURI'KNDKNT1Tb* co., PUBLlalilK*. HKOAI'WAY rc/iirsor svBHrniivioN MySfiherrliwtrs, ^ty carrier, i*^r month... U)Mail . -t venr Train*, t newe*toy* and news stand* a*wJy, [wr fW , 1 ik) ..SSBs officialI'AricH of mostana ani^^f,gW'/.S ASh 1Mill UMMfff. ThatNDEPENOEN t ha* ^ l*rg*r dally clrrula-^Oon than any newspaper between 0t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^*4**r two dally oapar* published In Montana^^t has no prass roam secrete, its subscription^book! ar^ opan to inspection, and It It always^read* to prove that its circulation it as reprn-^aantad Enteredat tha PostofDce at Haiana aa aacond-^si ess matter A*AMI KM AN 111 ^ II Ksh. Iif*- Im not wholly a hrilliant success^with the Aiuerlrmi woman who in now^the Duchess of MarliM^rough- She in the^daughter of a distinguished ofllcer of the^1 uited States, and *t^*^ 111it^ 11 an immense^fortune through her marri...

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