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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 May 1889

ros. fallPaper /Veek ICloth- and IUvsa^If Mai^-rials. The^rity. An Elegant^[^r^-ss ^t^^ods. 100^nv^, Km broideries inShades. rippK-i'iiL'Our^your troabla. )S., M.T LEIN the Way of aSpecialty OurMid- /eightWor- s,Ponges,^abrics. For^Specialty of^loods Enjov^s Season's^in Elaborate^^nd Shelves Branchof^Our Spring^-ing Display andDesir-^i Worthy of KLEIN, ELIEF \RY hj*. m- U h i \ ^^ tnif theEye, Ear, Nose^ic Ailments, !mi fltrt. ture and alii*)^a! and medical Ot thsj Pelvic^vale rooms. No wards. 'urn Tak^ Motor at either tine;Cff'fe corner of Main^-rt motor. mf.M C. PaWSONS or^^' HE HER KOBART8. '6th.when the Sanitarium C0., 'OKI, |Stn-et. for$i,0GO.^f. rot ouses IAS , 'rop'rs l\JACKSON SI KKKT;^I MUX STREET. hthe City.^}N TAP. SPAREY'SHOTEL ropeanPlans. :;-K. Proprietess. XLots OOT. WhoBuild. TheIndependent Is Well F^ ul pi . d FOB TUE PROMPTEXECUTION^Of ell OMars fur^Oo*rTierciai Printing. Snos. Printing end FineWork of All Kind* LeafliflgNewspaper of Montana AlltOa-e Ne-ws, LOCALan...

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. — 3 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY S 1889. fHEINDEPENDENT TEKMS00 WOWm RIPTIOS .^ on^.*ctm^^ OFFICIALPAPZR^CLARKt txVSTT. OF tWl^ -4ND rn.iNDtPtNOENT ra. . l*r^*r Oall, clrcula- _._^d^o^' HMW ^t- Paul clrcutatloothan any Iontn^n an^^Portland ana a ^.'^ac oaparaoub i^n^d In Montana. rcoTMcretl, Its^ ,n^cnpt'on^and it I* always :-^!-too daiif^It naa no pr*sl .oouaraopon to motion^m^ta, to is^.* ^^^^^^ circulation la aarapr*. awts* t*,.r) at th^ PoaloeTtca at Ntvaawj at aacond-^^ laa. tiattaf. i 1 ITl'TIONAL OUIUIM. I ,,,..^T^ti. Prli.otrie. and OWIrlrl t'oli-^^rl,liop. for Ihr -election of l^elegale^.^- t:\mnr of IIoi tana having issued Lis^j r ^ amate.n ft r as elsctlon to held ^n Mar ^*^^for lb* election of a^legat.s to th* aMa*^t. .;. ,1 ^..n-r,'n n l.' he ! In H-lnsa, July 4,^^ -., the democrats of tba twelfth. thirteenth,^(, :.t.~oth ai d fifteenth district*a!tu*tsd in Lewi*^nr. laike and ( *seaii^ counties, %i- requested to^rl irj ei.-c:loni. In ISe.r several pree...

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. — 3 May 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3 1889. VE ssware. set in h!,U* SI25^-^-t-t in all ntan $2OO aaal upwur I-^^pirtHUd lm.Ia- $150 inn^ ^ la^-^-. Pitrhrr-.,^ly h^-t^. etc.. ^tt nue-^I '^din*-. ispidors. I.25c ami 35c 50c 35c,50c ami 75c^i.$ 1.25 to S3 OO LSweepers. MWfcnMHail r-pric^ 3.2.10 jndries. mm,goc |ht art r Ireolara, ^ i oo 20c Buttons, i 5c i^^r i^^x^25c -Mi^l l.adi.-t Satclifls MlNorthern I'a- $200 per ilnzf n^from $9.50 to $35 00 laments. \m malt. NA,M. T. CURTIS kM. 1., In Liiiding \R E Nasi*. aLift Puiit*,^Sura utmtt iuol* MACORN M, GANGES. rCotltn^Tare. Qbw^lean Gbtlarj^fcrs Qaodi iod^_ Goods, liic, Sic nodcub^,^^^^ Mac* ^* icuri ro.^HOTEL TIN1887. __^^y Bes Aoconi^% J pe ay an ERCO. Lumber OEK, ttention.Corres-^r N. P Depot MAKEYOUR DIAMONDS. GEMSFOR THE FOUR HUNDRED. How Bogus Brilliants are Made-^^^ French Paste, but ^ M.I ions^In It^ ^or the French. * NVwporr-^poLdt-nce (ilob^-l^tuo Ttitre' What do ^ou tbink ol cratthat da i^ TEL. btrii-iid who is a...

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. — 3 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDLXT: IIELEXA. FRIDAY MOKNTXG. MAY :^ lHS'.K CITYCOUNCIL Bidsfor Constructing Rodney Stre.t^tie Aven^Opened andLyndale A J Sewer* Burke^. Fitzgerald the Lucky Bidder*^,nfj Awarded Both Contracts lb. CeumBelief I!Appr^^l^r^:^^t the I'e-tltule^City. ate*HOO far^In tlie the Thecity council met in special session^last evening. Mayor Fuller in the chair. I.otb. A'lkinw^n. Dunn. Brown,^1,. ^:.. ^. Thinue bpencer and 11.Wo^i0^14 ^S7H IX)^lT.uuu 00^1- ::^^ W) Present,Liesht-r,^If if hauls 1!.e niu.ut.-s of the last meeting were^read and approved. bids-Hi *^!^^^^ w^^^^*^^^*^! IheLI Ifrom U*l*D* ave nuras ll Jl^'w: lIlrnJ.ii.vl.argen J11. 11 .uober^ ^ ,JU S*C*W Fitziferald.. Win-11 lirwue Thornas Kice *^l^a\euport:u S TD i aimer14. w*u tw 'Ii.elast bid was unaccompanied by a^bond and was thr-.wn ouU Onmotion of Aideiman l.neti the con^tract was award. 4 to burke 4 Fitzgerald. Kidson the !^^ndale avenue sewer were^as follow*: KirkWidaliA- Larson W.U. ^ Ire-lie Kfjvto liurke^k K...

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. — 4 May 1889

3ros. !N i KillPaper Th Independent ts v% ell Kauiprcd roa tbs PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders for^Co^TCii Printing. Show Printing, ana1 FineWork of All Kinds LeaiiBiNewspaper of Montana ATT-tii.^ XHJe-^rs, LOCALand TILEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. VOL 30--NO. 129 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1889. FIVECENTS lisWeek ;k.Ii~.^ 'l..t!,- and Idr-r- ^ur^!Materials. The^^ity. An Elegant^of Dtvai broods. 100^Laces, Eaibroideriefl SunShades, reInsjrn ; jug ^ ^ui^^y.i\ jmi !roabto. 9 M.T (LEIN nthe Way of kea Specialty s. Our Mid- tWeight Wor- ers,Ponges,^Fabrics. For^i Specialty of^r Goods Enjov^'his Season's^n an Elaborate^and Shelves^ery Branch of^G,. Our Spring^sering Display^ive and Desir-^is Worthy of ;^ KLEIN, HOUSE, Y8 and 9 \NotJS Coaic OPERA, HIE! LUB! IS5o STRA16 tors: Mil. .1 M KSo\ MK.MKITKN lis. lilBBS Vk.MARTIN . ...\ k m tLLACK ...Ma TMOHNB1 R^.H Cnaaor'sDrag Stor^-1 tat: Kali i ki ,5o0 Houses AD'S AY. V^ CO., P7, OGK, lao. r-i...

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. — 4 May 1889

THEDAILY 1NDEPEXDEXT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORXIXls. MAY 4 1889. THEINDEPENDENT ielena,Mont.. May ^. Ig* rnuiiDgvaar V ^ Kxcarr Monui. n.DPBNU^ST l l-B. CO.. PUBLISHERS. 2BUCATlONOr ^ICS. BKUADWAY. TCRVSOFSUBSCRIPTION. .xy carrier, p^ =^^th$1 waaklj,V ^^** tl^Ks*U P^r^R ^ ^*twia ASD CLARKECUUSTT. 7*w7^DfcS*f^D*lSlT * '^r'*r -*^^T e,rcu,a-^than .n, aewao.PT^*' ^~ ort..na and . ^**--^ circulation than an, awt-o -an* m*^* Monlmn* oouar*0(s*r^to inssoctlon. and it I. alwava^.mot ,olP^^^^ .that Its circulation Is as ropr*.^i ^n,^o Enteredat tn* Po^tomc* at Helena aa ncono-^i in matter. HULUI1I1I Wll CONVENTION. Ilea..*rati. Primarir. and I^i^trlrt Coa-^,.^^!..i.- for the ^*^ lee tion of I^ele*;ate^.^... -rnor of MoLtaoa having laeued hi*^;: :^m^u^^n for an election to I* bald cn Mar 14. i in* election of delegates to tbe o.ne'ltn-^Uocol convention to he held In Helena, Jalj 4,^- ^a^oriata of tba twelfth, thirteen!! ,^. -ai.d nfteentn districts,*lt.i*ted In Lxwle ad^ iaika and C^isils unalfc*...

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. — 4 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING. M AY 4 lSSi). OLDTIME SPOOK RAISERS. CRUDE AND CLUMSY METHODS TheOrdeals toWhich Ancient Divine*^Were Subjected^The Cry^t^l^^Notorious Adventurer* MMK-vi-w: TtJ* great tour de^force of th^^ diviner th* eTocation of a^^pirit to an^*^r hi^ questions. This wa^ a^tremendous a!Tair, not to be Unfitly eDtered^upon, save for a very rich or powerful^patron. Trie adept had to undergo a course^of preparation and tasting, which ^ aa he^waa often a peraon of very loose lifej must^Lave done him a great deal of good. If he^neglected any of the preacribed rulea there^wa# no najiiig what might happen. Thus^one Evans, who lived in the Minories. un-^undertook to raise a spirit for the edifica^^tion of .^iir Kenelm LHgby and Lord^bothwell. But in the middle of the^invocation. Evans, not haviug -made^any tuaumigation. was, upon a sudden^taken from out the room and carried^into the field near Uaitersea Cau^ewa^.^cloae to the Thames.^ He remained there^in a...

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. — 4 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 4 1889. THEMAZY DANCE. CompleteSucceas of the Assembly's^German at Encore Hall^Last Evening. AFew of the Most Noteworthy Toilets^Tne Ladies and Gentlemen^in Attendance i.umunm(t i' tenl ^' rhe I'lMUUtA Hair. aAliro.tJ -TIm- *fwwll^MhIhI HMon-A r-rree. th^- bn^l^-.^lavender (jrey silk silk Helenawas well represented socially^last night, and while Encore hall was not^orowdwi ther^ w-re fully on* hundred^dancing p.-op!e pr^nt. and the ^erman in^even' w^^ fulnllrd ttv hiKh ^'xP^^ct^tlon^^aroused in it by th. se participating. TI.edecoration*, simple in themselves,^consisting ^^-rely of colored drapery fes^^tooned ..n tt.- . hanJeliers. took away from^the bleak appearance of the hall. Curtains^H ^^ n^fht of the doorway hid the favors^and various paraphernalia incidental to^th^ german- v,^^^^ ^,f the dresses worn by the ladies^Were remarkably pretty, and several di-^rertoire g.wnswere intheirvery simplicity^att/a.-ne tm the eye. Among 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. — 5 May 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 130 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 1889. FIVECENTS HERSHFIELDADD'N. Situatedon Montara Avenue. Just North^of Flower Garden Addition. TheSite of this Addition is alVautiful Knoll and to8eOM^7^on all Sides is Unsurpassed. I^BLI LI ^ I IS O HAS ALKKAm^COMMENCED.^] The- CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROUNDS^adjoin rr on the north. Only six minutes walk from the^Northern Pacific Depot. LargeLots, Cheap Prices, Easy Terms. SixtyLots sold the first day the Addition was on the Market.^No better Tx.ts were ever Offered in this City for Safe Invest^ment and Quick Profits. WALLACE^THORNBURGW, Sole\gents. Rooms 1.2 an.l 3. Second Floor First National Bank Build njr. Kn^trance corner (.rand aD^l Jackson streets. T.C. POWER ^ CO.. JOBBBKS AND DBA mHH AgriculturalImplements, MINING MACHINERY ! Justreceived, a complete new stock of DEEREPLOWS AND HARROWS, SnporDrills and Broadcast Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXL...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 5 188f SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. TheGerman on Friday Evening the^Most Successful Daice Ever^Given in Helena 8le of Boxes for the ^Erminie^ Per-^formances^Rehearsi ng irf^Full Dress. CardPartie* of tlit- * ^-^-li l^^^i^e^ ^'^UhM| ( luh IVrviial^Hon ^ole*. TheKfrman on ^ r.^iay uinht wm^ prob^^ably the btrgt ^ntertainmriit of the kind^ever Riven in HWrna. The costuming waa^exceptionally elegant. The decorations,^while very simple, were etfective, for they^at least partially disguised the cold bare^^ness which always seems to prevadw En^^core ball; and it will be a great relief, not^only for the Encore club but also for as^^semblies and social gat!..-rings generally,^when the Encore club take possession of^their new quarters. 'IT.e various commit^^tees having the gerruan in charge worked^hard and conscientiously, and nothing was^neglected. Even the tickets with which^the seats were numbered were neatly got^^ten up. and the favors were quite in k...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SCT I FORTHE LADIES- HissFanny Davenport Explains the^Method by Which She Retains^Her Health TheChanges in the Fashion of Ferrti-^nine Shoulders in the Last:^^Century. AT^rol^-a. * ^^^^^^^^^ Th^- *^^^ry of Hunnali^Seell. soUlcr and *^ilor- A Man -^Id^-a at Uoiuci. Considerablecuriosity has been mani^^fested concerning the method Miss Kannj^Davenport pursued to ^^-t rid of the super^^abundant !l-*h she acquired some years^ago and reduce her figure to the trim pro^portion that has distinguished her of iate:^in view of which the following communi^cation from the popular actress will be^read with interest: 'In regard to my figure, it's so long since^1 have done aught to retain its proportions^but taking plenty of exercise and eating no^vegetables, that 1 almost forgot the severe^measure-- i took to reduce some six^or seven ^ *rsago. Kut 1 believe one's^amount of ilesh is a itiseane, and only over^^come by strong will ami d^-terruinati'-n ^^no sweets, no be*...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 5 1889. THEINDEPENDENT -ielenn,Mont.. May 5, 1 -f-9 PCIUMID (TUT MonKOH. 8XCBIT M^j^!Mt. INDgPKNDBNTPL'B. CO^ PCBLlsHErtS. BKUADWir. TERMSOF SUBSriirPTItJlt AxjSabecrl'iers, *^y carrier, per r.onth.... UyMall^per year Traine,t g^^i:^i)i eu.d news elands^We** sly. p^r year ..t ue ..Seta* OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE OQCMTT. Theindependent has a larger dally clrcula-^len than any newspaper Between St. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ot^er two daily papere pubHahed In Montana-^it haa no press roam aacrata; Us subscription^^ooaa are open to inspection, and it Is always^ready to (prove that Its circulation Is as repre-^e.nied Enteredat the PoetotTtc. at Helena as eecond-^^ lass matter. TheInter Mountain is forced to admit^that the nominees of the democratic^party for members to the constitutional^convention for Silver Bow county are^able and conscientious gentlemen, and^yet it predicts their defeat, which indi^^ca...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. BUgPAY MOHKCSTQ. MAY 5 THEPRIMARIES. GoodMen Selected Who WW Name^Good Men as Delegates to the Convention. Th. FrlnarlM r^^ToH ^' Mill ^ *^ PartyI'nited ^^^^ Kaadjr 9m .trtlua. Deli-irats.^Mamm Lijianer,^.1 U. AtkiiU'ii.^.1. U. llalford.^.). M. ^ !t-iui-IiU,^4^. B. T^^tti-n,^J. V. Craig, IILtrict^^^. 14.^f'Mt-r WARU. Alternates.A. DauKtierty.^C. 1'. Connolly,^John ft vc^1). K. Murphy.^fS. P. Kinney,^K. I*. .^^tout- kkcojiuward. Delegates.1.. Sator^J. II. shober^U.K. Comly^I aines Mil!ivan^W. C. Morris^Phil SchniiU Delegates.Martin Maglnnis W.E. Cox^P. J. Connors^Ben Harris^K. J. Naffle^J. J. Fallon Alternates. W.B. Webb^J. E Allen^M. Keimg^John Worth^W. L. Steele^F. Schulten thirdward. Alternates.II. S. Krigbaum^P. P. Shelby^Ky Zeigler^W m. 11 art wig^T. P. Mathiaa^Pat Sweeney DlatrlrtNo. !.'^.^sixth ward. Delegates.Alternates. V.W. MiConnell, C. Munding. Danielllanley,A. Marrlty, H.Kose.T. B. Seefield,^J. Y. Bennett,James I^^!arj. I.. M. ^iregg.^ Uaine...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. BITNDAY MORNING. MAY 5 188a G.W.AND BILL NYE TheImmortal Washington Sees New^York in the Company of FaithfulWilliam. CausualVisits to the Postoffice and OtherPoints of Interest-A^Shad Story. KrlrctluD. si llir Dpert Bnwffi Mis^ArU An I ni-i|^-|,r^1 and Mart-^ling- ^ 11 ^^^^^ BillNye in the Sen York World: '-Good^morning.^ said a tall, erect voice yesterday^aa the proprietor stepped severely from a^craft that looked sotne like a atone boat^and some like a .'oundered gondola looking^for a veterinary surgeon. The tall gentle^^man, aa be got out of his boat and moored^it to a atone hitching-post at the Battery,^looked like Washington just after he had^crossed the Delaw are and tied his barge to^a tree, and his face had such a general,^postage-stamp of countenance that 1 ^aid,^^Excuse me, sir, but you look enough like^the Father of his Country to fool your en^^tire family. May I inquire,^ I pursued in^a cultivated manner, ^what your name Is T* Youhave guesse...

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. — 5 May 1889

tiiedaily independent: helena. sunday morning. may 5 1889. DOTHEBOTSHALL. AVisit to the Village Made Famous^by Dickens' Novel. ^Nicho^^las Nickleby. TheBuilding Where SqJ^ ers Tortured^the YounK With Brimstone and^Treacle rigtnal. of a Romanic That Performed^m breai o^xKl--Th^ ^^h^^ol for FromTraapl- Bar: A won of advice^here to intending pilgrims. Do not allude^to Charlei Dickens or to Queer's School,^except in the presence of tnose whom ^ou^kn^w to be above common prejudices and^animosities. These sutijejt* may be said,^to use an expression more forcible than^elegant, to stink in the m^tril^ of jour true^Bowes man. Ue believes that the village^owes it* decay entirely to the abolition of^Yorkshire schools in general,and of Dothe-^bo} s hall in particular. He points to the^(set that whereas half a century ago^Bowes had close upon two thousand in^^habitants), it has now short of four hun^^dred. He has never read ^Ni'-holas Nickle^^by,^ nor wonld he if a copy could be found^in the pla...

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. — 5 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 5 1889. REALJSTATE. TheWeek Past a Lively One,^Dealers in Dirt Doing a Gaod^Business. REPU6LICANCONVENTIONS. NumerousNew Offices Opening^With Live Men Working for^Business Ail Up TheHuildiiii; II-^^ ^ t^ ^ ^ ontinues -The Broad^^water Hotel t fit-ting to thr^For*. Tbepast wefk in real estate has bwo^one of lively interest, the principal object^of note being the number of new efhces -^that have been opened up in that time with^promise of more to come. One dealer re^^marked ^the more the merrier,^ while an^^other said ^Somebody is going to get left,^^and still another exclaimed ^We shall see !^what we shall see.^ The real estate bus! !^ness is becoming epidemic; everybody it^going into it. But no matter bow many^there will be. Col. I.anghorne says he will t^continue to sell low cheaper than any of^them, lie will let land go by the acre at ;^$1.25 and still make money. He has^35,uou,yuo acres at his disposal, and any one i^who doubts 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. — 7 May 1889

T/N3T3H \ Tb Indrp* u deii t Well Ke, 'i I P I ^ O Wom tbi promptexecution Ofall Orders (or^Oo^-(m Printing. ShowPrinting, and FineWork Of All Kindt LeaiiD Newspaper of Montana att-tlxo news, LOCALaBd TILKGBAPHIC. 7/rr^ Largest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. VOL 30--NO. 131. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 7. 1889. FIVECENTS HARRISONE-PRICE^CLOTHIER AHelena House tLat carries^ae large a Clothing Stock as^any bouse wf-st of CLicago. Thathandles the productions^of the very tioest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is |.STRICTLYONE PRICE. Youpays 3 our BOM| and^you takes your choice. Therear^ hats and the-n again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one '.^Then don't wait a min^ute, but go and get one while^the stock is large because if you^wait ...

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. — 7 May 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 7 lt^$f^. HE]NDEP^NDENT lelena.Mont., May 7, l-fc^^e^aa.mmmm -xcarr mo^mt. UOIHENUSN-- L B Co.. K^. BUCATIONOFFIC^. - BBOADWAY rCBJfSOF subscription^Mr SabcrTwr*. ^^7 carrier, per month$1 WHy. per jeerm OVTKlAl. rAfttt OF L.CWIS AXU llarkk.cotanr. rr,0iNDEPtNOENT KM ^ larger bMb) circuit mm^^-^^^^o^r ^^^-^^^ ^^ p^ul ......,-o and ^ l^r^^r circulation than ^n, tmmt-o ^^^^ p-p^^ P-bllened In Montana.^,,^,^^ pr*m room ^^^^^; Ita auoecrlBtton^0^^t are open tr inspection, and It la always^^eeo^ to em^^e tnat Ita circulation la ^^ rep...^MMd Cnte-eaat Wm Poetofnce at Helena aa eecond-^tlaii matter. I;roii vk advertiser-iu the Ixkepen-^[,k.t who desire to change their adver^^tisements in Sunday's paper hereafter^mu-t furnish their copy not later in the^week than Friday evening^, in order to^give the printers time to do their part of^rk. Thk*Utement in an irresponsible^Helena print on Sunday tliat 'he con^^tract for building the Gallatin an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7 1889. CRIMEOF A CPAZY MAN. BRAINED HIS LITTLE BABY. Wm.Tansor, Who Returned to Drink^After an Abstention, Commits a^Fearful Crime. fanmi May L^Wm Tatieor, in a fit^of insane fr-rizy. jumped out of bed yester^day, brairj-^t i^is si* month* old baby, at^^tempted to murder bis wife and then cu^bis own throat with a table knife. The^wife had jumped trom bed when her hus^band arose, and divinin* his purp. s-. tr.ed^to save the Infant, but he caught it up and^beat our it* brains against the wall. Th*-n^seizin/ the knife the maniac pursued the^woman from the house. The police when^suiti'iioned found liioj in a room pacing up^and down and sinking a lullahy to neM^corpse of the Inian'. which h^ held in his^arm. Blood w^, streaming from the^wound in his a^-'t i..tl.ct^-J in his attempt^at telf-destructi in. Tansor is a machinist,^who before hi, marriage a year ago was a^heavy drinker. Onteumal day he became^intoxicated again for the first t...

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. — 7 May 1889

TTIEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 7 1889. THEWIDOWS MAY. AClever Scoundrel Makes Love to a^Foolish Woman and Secures^Her Money. SheCame to Helena to Open a Lodg ing HouseBut Changes Her Mind. Hr l^,.,r ^n^t- H-r t.. l ortlmud. teI'rrparr ror *JM Wedding^\\ hlch NnerCMM. MmM^r^ (MMB U a typical landlady:^one ot the kind *ho U met in large citiea,^and who 18 nrwluaily working her way^w^t one in whose fac^- you can read:^burned after M o'clock will b^^chart^.deatra:^ ^ Ko.iiii lent must be paid^,n advance:^ ^My rooms are rented on.y to^respe^ tal)!e pers-.D.-;^ ^aome of the best^people in m^ ^are r.wniers of mine:^^^\lm furniture d^ facwl or latch keys lost^inu*t Xx p*id ,u*'^numerous other mottoesk^ well known to persons who^nt^e roamed. Mrs. Oiner is about 45, has^falet- iretti, wears a ewitch. but still con^^fers that she has ^.iuiU- a figjcvr.^ She^,!^^ w ars considerable jewelry, or did^wear it until a week ago, and is a grass^widow. MrsOlner came to Helena about...

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