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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 March 1889

TnsIskdapaudeul la Well fttqal^r*d roa r*a PROMPTEXECUTION ofall ordars for^OommircUl Printing, ShowPrinting, and FinsWork of All Kind* Tfc|llf DH*Sftf DBFIT ktalki AssociatedPress Dispatches, CoptI^o^t Xcwti f{epoft*\^A Larger Cibculatton than uy^other two dally papers In Montatia. ItIt anaxosUsd w as AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 91 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1889. FIVECENTS FBtlU I SKAHBS!, Pratt,and Una. Mgr. B.D. BtMSBTOH, ate*jasd Traaa. U.S FileSampling Co. in ifOre Stlieitet.' totha^to lha ofaach .lot fttubmllled^different Kaaeltsra and tlia Ore told^blftaatt Hlddrr. WRITEFOR TERMS.^City offlct at gerund National Hank TtlrpboaaNo. 71. '^tnI* iitik Works at Northars Pacific aad Moo^laaaCvatrat railroad junction. Talapbona **^ TakaMotor Una waat. JU8TRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTV^*\R. Butter,Finer and * a.n. t i r i o ThanAny Line Ever, jllown iu Helena. THEVERY LATEST R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBNIY-AT-LAW,KtMiM \ inrt 4 AHHHY BLOCK, H1LIVA,...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rteleua.Mont., March 21, 186W. pniunHinItut Moaaias Ixcmrr Mokdat. INDII'KNUBMTPUB. co., PUBL1HUKKB, 'ubl1catiowUFPICI, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION JllyStthacrlriars, by carrier. [*r month... ByHall-par j^r tiTrsio*, lo aswebuya and nnwi MMt^^s.-ku. i^r y*ar .18 f^ OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE CWSTY. Th INDEPENDENT has ^ larger dally clrcula-^Hen than any aawspapsr batwaan St. Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^athar two daily papars publlahad in Montana.^^t nat no preat roam aacrata; Ita subscription^aooks ara opan to Inspection, and It It alwaya^*eady to|pro*a that its circulation It at rsprs*^tan tad Enteredat the Poatofftce at Helena at tecond-^tiaat matter. Ahill has been introduced in tlit* Mm^ih legislature HubHtitutiuff death hy^eli*crlcity ln-t.-n-l of hanging In capital^offertbft*. It would bp an well, Mint*^other state* adopt the electrical mode of^executing crimlnale. to how it work*^lu New York. 'In| M territorial legislature of^Mo...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 March 1889

forwarrant* districtcourt SYNOPSIS OfProceedings of ( uuily Commissioners^la L.^hlii sn Nuih Term. ihh9. OpriCBcoumty Cl/kk amd ltKCOKDKK Lkwihand Clahkk CottsTTT,^March 1H, 1HKV.^Board Ml ** per aUtut^ provided; pres^^ent: \ im ,i i.. chairman; J.C. Curtin, S. 11. Crounse, cotumlslon-^ers. CM. Jefferls, sheriff.^J. S. Tooker, clerk. Boardopened In form at 10 a. m. Mn^utM ol session of l^- e 12, IMHK, read aud^signed by chairman. ElUuriieach re-elected chairman. Bondof Kichard V. Harden,county treas^^urer, approved. Incompliance with aectlon '.^!^.. Fifth^Ui vision Complied Mai u tea, official bonds^of varioui county officers examined aud se-^curltiea deemed sufllcienL Ketuatnderof day spent In examination^of treasurer's report. Adjournedtill 10 n m. to-morrow.^Marrn 6th. * Boardmet pursuant to adjournment.^Present same as firat day. Ordersfrom district clerk^for jurors and witnesses In^examined at d checked up. Keportsof fees collected by various^county ('dicers, examined, found co...

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

STAKTING_ANEW. AWealthy St.Louis Syndicate Absorbs^the West Granite, Hereafter the^Elizabeth Mining Co. TheyAdvance Money to Pay Off In^^debtedness which Leaves a Round^Sum for Working Capital. WlmTliiyAre ud Wh^ Thrj Do It Miningi^^-^ i*i^m i^y lavveawf viis* -OthrrMining Nawa. A(U*rfour days of sunjM'tis** th*^ eagrrly^looked for Went ^iranit* n.^-. tn^- wv held^yesterday at the Cosmopolitan hotel, and^the antiripstinn that something; of urea!^Importance to tu storkholders would hap^^pen has been fulfilled. It has been known^for some time that the company was in dls^tn-ts financially and that If something wan^not done in the very near future the West^Urauite mines would be closed out at sher^itf's sale and the eastern sU^ckhoider*^would be the losers. The president and^treasurer of the company while in M.^I,ouis a few weeks ago explained the sit^u si ion to the stockholders there and urired^upon them the necessity of soiik*^prompt anion point lag to the sun^scribing of funds. Here...

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 March 1889

HELENA ThfHid* p.^im la \% rll Koalpeed ma rmm PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all im.i. i^ fur CommercialPrinting, ShowPrinting, and FlnaWork of All Kindt TtfcdIN DKFSK DKNT tftdtttAYS AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8eJt I^^x^l jfewff fjeportf;,^A Larger Circulation than any^other two daily papers in Montana. ItId unexcelled as an AdvertisingMedium. VOL. 30--NO. 92. HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1889 FIVECENTS wmmUM^sads*.^Fradt. and Gwu. Mgr. LU. BDOBMTOd, Bac'yaad Traaa. PublicSampling Co. f*Dsiirnmfut sf Ore SslieM ftajsipleaof each *,lut Submitted to the differentMaselters and tba Ore euld to tne^rdgbdtt Hldder. WRITEFOR TERMS.^City offlc* at H^rond National Bank. TelephoneNo. 71. hampllngWorks at Northfrs Pacific and Mod-^taae Central railroad joacUoa. TalspBuas SSS. TeawCMassiUses aatl^ R.G. DAVIES( ATTOBNEV-AT-LAW, ROOll8,and4A8HBTBLOCE, HI LBN A, MT. ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyaid Connsellor-at-Law. officein Pare hen's Drugstore Block, Roomt^1^el ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Atto...

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

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 22, 1889 PTTBLUHIU BV^T MoUUI KJU'BI-T MoMBAT IMUMIBWTPUB. CO., rVBLlHUEKti. fUBLlCATIUMOPPH E, BROADWAY termsOF SUBSCRIPTION. jXtySubscriber*, by c*rrt*r,, -r ajoatb... ByMall-par yw MiTrain*, t aewabo/a ud new* elands^A7*akly, per year $- .^ (xi^.Beta orriciALpaper or lewis and CLARKECOUNTY. ThaINDEPENDENT hut lere;*r atally clrtula-^Hon than ^nV rt*w*p*per between tt Paul and^^ortiand and a larger circulation than any^othar two daily paper* pubMahad In Montana,^it hat no pr*^i roam **cr*t*; Ita subscription^aookaara opan to Inaaactlon, and It Is always^ready tolprovs that its circulation Is as rapr^.^^anted Cntaradat tha Postofflca at Halana as aacand-^alass mattar. Thf.Koulder Af^ef Councilman Will^K*ninHly'h paper, ha* entered upon Mm^dfcond year of Uh exiHtence.and denerveH^to h^m* many more yearH and a gTt^nt deal^of prosperity. It hIiowb more enterprise^tuan many of it- older contemporaries. Jrw.ehenkvN. Blake'- apimiutnient^to the supreme ...

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 March 1889

SESSON'SLAND SCHEME. THECALIFORNIA GOLD CRAZE TheTrue Inwardness of the Ruih to^the New Eldorado at Given by^8. E. Heokethorn. CmcAtfo,March 21^S. E. Ueckethorn^gave a re porter some points coDoeruiug the^Lower California gold craze, lie eaid:^^Ueo. Svuon wan in Chicago real estate a^few years ago. Lie went to Arizona and^^truck a rich mine there, lie afterwards^met Geo. lieuller and they joined forces,^buying a large tract of laud from the Mexi^^can government In Lower Callfornis under^a concession to the International company^at an average of eight cents an acre. The^contract provides the luternatlonsl com^^pany shall colonize and develop the coun^^try, and that it shall bring in 7,000 settlers^Inside of three years, and 20,000 Inside of^twenty years; that for every bona-tide set^^tler there at the end of twenty years the^company shall receive SdO a head for five^years. On the other hand, the government^pledges the company entrances to all har^^bors on the Pacific coast and piers^...

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 March 1889

POLITICALGOSSIP. NoGovernor Appointed as Yet, Much^to the Disappointment of Both^of the Factions. TheAppointment of Judge Blake to^the Chief Justiceship Partly^Satisfactory. Mitor roller Not KtHi tlt tlie I ^v^rlt*^In the Poole- KlrlnM-biuiat Mora aAtaaMias Theannouncfraftit made yesterday that^Judge H. X. Hlake had lM*^*n nominated for^the chief Justiceship of Montana waa a sur^^prise to those who do not read the Imh-^i kmh ^ i. which Tuesday morning an^^nounced that he would he appointed. This^Information rami: from headquarters and^thoeethat cry ^fake^ for every piece of^legitimate news ran have the satisfaction^of knowing that the Indki'KNDKNT 1i fully^advlaed of what in going on. The appoint^^ment of Hlake waits Carter victory. Judge^Blake was the first man Mr. Carter nomi^^nated, and his name was sent in March 6.^He was seemingly forgotten, Mr. Carter^having iurn^-d his attention to Mr. llerah-^held. Mr.Carter work^-d and worktd. He got^President llarritiou'b off ear and whisp...

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 March 1889

Theludcpeudeiit U Well K*jtHpi^ wornrun PROMPTEXECUTION^Of *U Ordaw fur OommtrclllPrinting, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kindt. FRE.rPUBLIC LIBRARY,^HELENA. etnVuf. TkM|INEFBN0lmT kdd)thd AstocltodlPress Dispatches, 8offtI(0^T Jfew^ ffoport*',^A Latuii Cibculation than any^other two dally papers lo Montana. it)^ !n5S5 m m^Advertising Medium. VOL.30--NO. 93 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1889. FIVECENTS lT*sl.mil: U^a. Mgr. b-d. bmbbton, oac'jud Twsn PoleSampling Co. CsMignBfBieif Ore Stlirilei* Sample*of ^* b ;k^t Kubmllled to th* differentMnselter* ud th* Or* told to th*^blghwl Blddrr. WRITEFOR TERMS.^City offlc* tt Kcrund National Rank. ToWpboo*No. 71. MmpUttifWork* *l Norther . Pacific ud Mod-^iajim Cantrtl railroad Junction. Tt^l^pboM **. Tsk*Motor Uas w^t. R.G. DAVIES, ATTOBBTBY-AT-IiAW,KU^m \ and 4 ABU BY BLOCI, HILINA, MT. ARTHURJ. CRAVEN, Attorneyand Comsellor-at-Lai. offle*In Pftrchen't Drugstore Block, Uooma^l_*nd *. ASHBURNK. BARBOUR, Attorney...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 March 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., March 23, 1889 rUUJMBD BVBBV MoUtW* BlCSTT NoNl'AT INHItPINllINrHUB. CO., PUBLIhll EK*. *OBLIGATION OPPK I, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION HtjHnhnrrtb*ra, hjr cnrrtar \^r month|1 !l)Jlall-^r jni- ^^ *Trains, t) newshjys uid i**ws #i*n^i^.. ..sett^p*r y*sx^^ ^ OFFICIAL PAPER OF LEWIS AND clarkm:ooovrr. Th*INDtPtNOtNT ha* ^ larger dally clr-Culn-^(lon than any nawipapar b*tw**n at. Paul and^Portland and a larajar circulation than any^^taer two daily Pfcper* publish**) In Montana.^II hu no praat room aocrata, Its subscription^^ooaaar* opan to inopoctlon, and It I* always^raady to pro^a that its circulation la at ropre- Helenaat eecend- Entaredat the PoatonV* at^flaea matter. DKMIKKATK MTV COMTl vi IOW, Noflrela hereby ^ ^ u that primary elrrtlnfl*^will be held at placet ladlrated below at *^ o'^ l^on the eveulng of Saturday, fctar'h SO, lH*a, for ibe^ptirpoae of choosing ^ aadldatee for aldermea la^the aeyeral weld* of tbe rity of tha city of Helena^and for ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 March 1889

HANGEDHIS BROTHERS, JIMAND PETE BARRET'S FATE. TwoMurderers Executed at Minneap^^olis Yesterday Who Were Convict^^ed by a Brother's Evidence. Mibhbapolis,March 22 -Tltu and 1'tte^Barret were hanged her^ this morning at^mm About dawn a knot of men be^^gan to ir*ther about the jail and It soon be^^came necessary to bar the way to the rear^entrance with great wooden Umbers.^About 10 o'clock Mrs. Barret went to the^sheriff's and crested a scene. She was^taken away In a cab at 11 o'clock. There^were 3.0U0 people K*ther*d about the build^^ing- The condemned spent the morning^with the priests and went to their death^firmly. Both necks were broken. Thecrime for which the Barrett's suffer^^ed the death penalty was committed the^morning of July 2H,and was a foul and^cowardly murder. The night previous the^Big Boston clothing store was burned, and^the street cars on several of the lines were^delsyed. Among the delayed cars was No.^13* on the Cedar avenue line, driven by^Thomas Tollefson, a mar...

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. — 23 March 1889

CITYPOLITICS. Th Republicans as Much Divided^Over the City Spoilt as Over^National Affairs. Fullerand Kleinschmidt the Leading^Candidates for the Office^of Mayor. laUna; Mitln atraat Ut !^^ * Pro|m^slUoai^ua w hi. h Candidate* Mill Ua\a to^t iprtH ThenieaUas. To-daythe republican primaries take^place, and delegates will be elected to a^convention which will nominate a mayor,^a treasurer and a police magistrate. There^are really only two candidate*, Klein^achmidt and Fuller, tlitrngh Moaes Motrii^makes a pretense of running. Bloae will^not rut much of a figure In the cuivention.^Mr. Kleinschmidt denies that he Is a candi^^date, but says If his constituents insists^upon his carrying the banner he will have^to do so. He has made many sacrifices for^the good of Helena, and is willing to make^many more. Itcan not he denied that there are two^factions In the republican party and the^tight Monday wilt t^e an interesting one.^It will be KlelnachmMt or Kiiilt r, and the^probabilities are It ...

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. — 24 March 1889

V0L.31.-N0.i^4. :LENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1889. FIVECENTS JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOSTER ^ CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Heater,Finer and More^Than Any Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will receive^prompt and courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., jobbiksamd dba *kh in AgriculturalImplements, MININGMACHINERY ! Jurtreceived, a complete new stock of IE!PLOWS M HARROWS. SuperiorOris and Broadcast Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLt AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SIZES. Ourline of Fine Budgie*. Carriages Plitetons, etc., in the largest and most se^^lect ever broivght to this country. Sole ageuto for ColurnbuH Buggy Co. vehicles. Alarge stock of Glidden'h Celebrated Steel Wire, painted and galvanized. Fine^hand made and heavy work harness a Hpeclalty. Headquartersfor Fresh (irassSeed and Se...

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. — 24 March 1889

helenadaily independent. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. ALiberating of Sentiment Regard^^ing Theatre-Going, Card.Playing^and Dancing. TheHelena Tennn Club Preparing for^the Season -A Promised Treat^in Comic Opera inn^'iin Hi- I'll tlia \ -i- t.er- man 1'nlnU for lllmifr-4*l%*r^-^^^^(^^ Mini f/ii^rle^. UKuf un who km a personal antipa^^thy to mirh -^infH aa ^Mlvnr Threads An.^ng tut* intUV or to ij front swat*at Hit* orrticstra will doubtless re^menit^er tin* atrong i^ llgloiu sfiiliriitiit^which i^r- v^iii^-1 a*talhat what waa Ml^known aa ^worldly amusements.Hay^^ing ^ nr'N ami the theatre, without any ref^^erence to the gatiie or the play pertunn.d,^were broadly denounced aa the ^wiles of^^Satan.^ Of course there were a f**w leu^bttfoted and morn liberal minded peoph^who, while living up to a sincere religious^belief,occasionally indulged In amulet rub^lier of wttlat tnd even winged at a square^inn' . their standard of moral* .rig^higher even than the evening dreaa their^wives and alstcrs wore, ...

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. — 24 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. GOD'SDAUGHTER. -4 ASwisi Woman Worshiped as the^Holy Ghost by a Philadelphia^Congregation. HerAlleged Miraculous Gifts of^Speech and Writing-Faith of^Her Followers. Testimony ^f People Who Profwee to^Have WItneesetl the Exerc-iae of Her^liealillK NVW Philadelphiaspecial: Kltfht in the midst^of this great city there has exUted unno^^ticed for over thirty years a congregation^of religious fanatics. Their belief is the^more remarkable because of their intelli^^gence and thrift All of them are more or^leas engaged in active business. To the^outside world they have failed to exhibit^any of the signs which would cause them^to be classed among the peculiar or eccen^^tric. These people have actually wor^^shipped, as the Holy Miost, a Swiss wo^^man, some sixty years old and unmarried,^whose nsiut* was Anna Melster. InIHW they began this s^x-ies of Idola^try. From that time on to hei death in HI^they surrounded her with every comfort^and followed her teachings and pre...

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. — 24 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,M^^nt.. March 14, PCBUIHIU KvBKV MoKJUBS KlCBfT MoBl^*V DnmiNITPL'b. CO.,PUBUHllrIKa. s0bu ATlON OfFICE, HKOADWAY TKit MS OV SVBHt HII'TION JltfHuberrU^ers, hy cwrtor, j^*^r month ... ByMall per year.: * v *nTrain-, l neweV^ys ud news stand*^A-eskly, par year |1fifi .^ on ^rta fI, orrtaALP4MM if ^-*ir/.s iW CLAHKKCOUirTt, TheINDt PtNDtN r hM ft larger dally clreula-^MM than any newspaper MMN It. Paul and^^ortiand and a larger circulation than any^jth^r two da^^y papers published In Montana.^'t ha* no press room Mcrttl, Us subscription^nooks ars opan to inspection, and It Is always^ready to ^ro^a that its circulation la a* repre-^eented Enteredat tha PoetorBce at Haiana as eecond-^etaes mattar. IHQfl^TH eiTf (onvkntion. Noticela hereby ftt^M that piltiiary electlone^will be hald at pleoea Indicated h^li^w at I 0^ I ek^ah tha evening of Tuesday, Mar'h 1H-*. for the^purpose of rhooelng read Males Ml aldermen In^the eeverel wards of the cit...

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. — 24 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. VICTIMSNAMED. RepublicansHold Their Primaries^and Select Their Aldermen for^the Different Wards. Delegatesand Alternate* Chosen to^Nominate a Ticket at the Re^^publican Convention. IIi - CftaftBMi That llif Majority ^f Hie^i^. i. ^ .i. - Favor T. P. Fuller^for Mayor. Therepublicans held thetr primaries^last evening, and harmony, heavenly har^^mony, was piled up so high that the men^In getting to the polling plaees had to^climb over it Aldermen were nominated^in every ward, but It is said to be doubtful^whether some of the nominees will accept^bo fearful were the patti es in the first^ward delegation that Mr. Tatem would not^aiv. pt thai a committee was sent to inter^^view him, but be was uot found, lie may^have been conveniently absent It is^claimed that the delegates selected are^Fuller men, or that at least two-thirds of^tin ni are, and that T. 1*. will be nominated^on the first ballot The Aght in all the^wards seems to have been for the treasury-^ahlp. an...

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. — 24 March 1889

IIELKNADAILY INDEPENDENT. WOMKNOF TO-DAY. TheAmerican Beauty Who Married a^Scion of Nobility and Became^Lady Mandeville Devotionof Wivei to Unworthy Hut-^band*^Plain Leaders of Fashion^^A 8'juthern Belle. Ilr.Hary Hnlkn. I'mik* Tin- \\f *tu ^* l^ ^ ^i, M m, Mi.pti.it- Ii. It^ li ^ ^ --^ - rhtlartHphinliul!e*Un: VVhfD U^e beau^^tiful .VnorlU Coniu* lr^ \/iia^a saaWflti^the Vlarounl fieorge Victor l^mt(^^ Maude^rill**, tli*- Hdeat aon of the seventh Duke of^Mn i't, rdie won a titlii and became a^member of an old and diHilriKundied Kntf^Uah family. Hut there waa very little^money with the title, although one or two^caatleg and a house in London, with many^teres of land In the north of Ireland, still^hHnritfed to the family. Yesterday Lord^Uandevilie was declared a bankrupt LadyMa^devtlle has becotn* better^known in N^-w York since her marriage^than before it, for vile was a southern girl,^a native of Louisiana, and only came north^during the summer to spend a few month*^at .Saratoga. T...

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. — 24 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT TOBE BEAUTIFUL TheQuestion of Cosmetics and Other^Aids to Nature Discussed by^Evelyn Malcolm. Descriptionof a Vitil to a French Sa^^lon, Where Clear Complexions^Are Made to Order. MlmplrUliturt* for Mr*rluj( sml miumiIIi lugthr Mtln ^f tlial^a^ ^f \.i i. of Itrauty. Nh.w,Yi^KK, March IV-[Special cure^apuudVuev uf the lud^pt'iident J^The Hot^ten tot in-ill- liaiitfK a handle In her lip aud^paint her nose sky-blue; the Malay beauty^flle^ hi r teeth cloae to the minis and staini^them black; tht* .Sultau'a favorite palnU her^eyeltdH and colon her rtu^er uaila with^henna Theenlightened woman d^*i none of^theae thing*, of course. Mie understands^the law of beauty better than the benight^^ed Hottentot, better llian the indolent^beauty of the hareui. .Nevertheless, ac-^eurduig to her light, she follows the same^instinct, and ^for ways that are dark aud^for tricks that are vain^ to enhance her^beauty or hide her blemishes civilized^woman Is tint one whit different fro...

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. — 24 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. ABUSY WEEK. TheNorthern Pacific Will Build^Bridge and the Street Car Line^Will Be Extended. Firftt-ClassHotel to Cott Three^Hundred Thouaa^d Dollars It^Talked Of. i:...M v \ ^ ^^ - Mead II ^ Kl-lng -.r..i^| N.t Hnl. the Itiggrtt on. on BM^^ r.l 1 lie Outlook. Itwu a source of pleasure yesterday to^vltlt the real estate dealers and hear what^they had U^ say. The complaints of lack^of business were so few that they rut a^very small figure. One of the important^events of the week, and probably the moat^Important, was the order issued yesterday^to Engineer Haven, of the Northern Pa^^cific, by JSupt M C. MMIV u^ MMMM^the construction of a bridge over the track,^near the gas works, Into the (.rand IMMM^addition. This piece of work has been in^contemplation for over a year, but action^was deferred owing to a disagreement as to^who would bear the expense. Hut now the^railroad company has come smilingly to^the front and will pay for It itself. The^bridge will be fort...

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