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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 12 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 12, 1889. THEYSTOLE SILK. ATrio of Youthful Professional Shop^^lifters Work Helena and^are Captured. Theyare Arrested in a Jewelry Store^While Attempting to Steal^a Gold Watch. evertfiven in the city^roast turkry. apring'^Iamb. tpriuK i-hiok^-n : tUii ^t ail kUada :^v.-ir. taMt-a of all kinds : fruits of various^kinils. straw tvrrirn. anil. In fact, every^^thing else that is irond. Don't overlook^Jack, to ^la^: if you do, you will miss a^^immI meal. Vouran 6nd the laraf-nt and bt-st se-^!^ !^ d stock of niillin-ry and fancy irood^,^which are sold at strictly New York price*,^at Kowlea' Cash M^ r-, 107 Broadway. TlM(Treat event of the season is the big^discount sale at the Bee Hive. Manynew and novel goods just received^at Kowlen' Cash More. TheI'liao- That HVrf \ It timiie.1 and How^a. Tlii^-^e^ *u^ .-e^ftilly ^ aarrled^ow the lloltl Work. (ireatbarKains in sailor^1 Tonn's, Main street. blousesat 11. Abti'.d trio of professional shop...

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. — 12 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 12,1889. ADAY OF PERIL ThrillingExperience of a Resident of^Helena at the Gate of the^Mountains An ExploringTrip Which Contain!^a Lesson for More Adven^^turous Sp'rits. ^an uf Wandrrl.K in th. lanon, ^u^l Happyiu-a.ur win-. n^w Had AlmostI-led. Weha/1 been lying in amt.usti on the left^hank of the Missouri nvrr. ^^ur object^wu sport, and. considerable numbers of^duck and other wild fowl bad already fal lenU^ our piece*. JJeirjg only about a mile^from the mouth of the can^on. and having^wme from Helena that morning as much^for the purpose of seeing the wonderful^Gate of the Mountains through which the^Mighty Missouri had worn its way during^the countless ages of the past, as for the^little sport we might perchance meet, I was^determined on seeing it as soon as possible^My companions were three ynung men like^^ yself. Each of us had a g-in and were^all more or lets good marksmen, but they^seemed so highly pleased with their sport^that ...

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. — 12 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. -MAY 12, 1889. THEBLACK GOD. TragicFate of a Young Englishman^Who Endeavored to Rob a^Heathen Idol. Fleeingfrom His Debts He Dares to^Intrude Where Only the Brah^^min May Go. p^d in the Arini- ..f the Tittle.* Jog-^irruat uii' ^ i with lian- ,lr-e1. ..f ItHRrn. aridwe all Letterto the Times of India: The true^and tragic tale which I am atrout o relate^^ma told to me many year* a*^o by a distin^^guished officer of the Madras army. The^facte have never appeared in any news^^paper, nor are they to Be found in any of^the police records of the presidency. For^obviouf. reasons the names have been al^^tered: but to this day bv the camp fires of^the great festival held every year is told^with bated breath and listened to with rapt attentionthe terrible tale o' the jewels of^-Jatfiternaut aud 0f the vengeance of the^great god. Manyyear* ago,^ said my friend. ^I^was stationed at Ku/.arabad. an important^military station a!x^ut M miles from the^Mad...

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. — 12 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDKPEXDKNT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNIXO. MAY 12,188a THEIMJilLISTS. ContestBetween Palsy Cardiff and^Tally Owens at Encore^Hail Last Night. ASmall Audience Entertained With^Several Clever Exhibition* of^the Pugilists1 Art. Canterfelt l.rrrnliv If in Cireulatlnn In^Helena .4 n MM ^^ ^ Mining^su|^.-riiiWioi^ nt ^*l l.lkhorn. Thesparring entertainment at Encore^kail taut night was a very interesting and^or !-r.^ affair under the management of Iunc McDonald. Among the audience,^which numbered about 150, were noticed a^sprinkling oi prominent citizens and ofB^cia - high in the municipal government. Anng was pitched In the center of the^hall, while immediately overhead wu the^gorgeously decorated and immense chand^elier which so greatly Improved the appear^Mice of the hall on the occasion of the re^rens german. Hilly Hawkins, with his^usual serpentine capers, entertained the^audience for about twenty-five minutes^exercising his muscles on the anatomy of^^Dug^ Tousley. The Finn brothe...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 May 1889

Tk I ndrptiidtu t 1* Well Ssw a I s^ peo mm thb PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all orders tor^Comimrcltl Prlntlr.*. ShowPrinting. ano FineWork of All Kind! htt. LeaiiBj:Newspaper of Montana AlltKe 3ST^-w7-s, LOCALand^TELEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. VOL 30--NO. 137. HELENA, MONTANA TEKRITOKV TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Imcw Block,^MAIN STREET. AHELENA STORE that car^^ries as large a CLOTHlN^i^stock as any tirm west of^cajro. Chi- AHELENA FIRM that han^dif s the productions of the very^finest manufacturers of the^country. AHELENA STOCK that is^marked in plain figures, and^the only one in the city that is^STRICTLY ONE PRICE. HERSHFIELDAOD'N, Situatedon Montana Avenue, Just N^v.1^of Flower Garden Addition. v The;Site of this Addition is a Beautiful Knollthe- Scenery onall Sides is UriHurparW. t^^BUILDING hASALKEAD Y^COMMENCEDThe CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROLN DS^adjoin it on the nokth. Only tux minutes walk from the^Northern Pacific Depot...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 May 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT ,Bl.l'ation Nim, BKOAU*AY. mmSabacrlrsMa, 07 carrl-r p^r month^*^e^Jy. I*' jear I .^ 00 .Set*$3 UU OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS^( LARKK r(,CXTT. ASO ortlandand tmindependent ha* a larger oailr clrcuia-^p^a^toap*r batwssn St Paul and^a larger circulation than any^^ta*r too oali* aapara auoushad In Montana,^i nas no pre** roam aacrats, it* sub.cription^sooss ara opan to inspection, anal it la always^prova that m circulation la ^^ r.pra- diatribeagainst the age in which he has^th^ misfortune to lire. CuL.CLAkk K. CaRR. of Galeebtirg, 111.,^whose experience at Washington the first^month of the Harrison administration^led him to caution a friend, who spoke of^his claims upon the president by virtue^of the services he had rendered the party,^not to mention it lest it should impair^his standing with the president, is now^spoken of In connection with the mis^^sion to I^enmark. As Col. Carr speaks^Choctaw better than he does Danish, and^has -pefl\ twenty out of the last twenty-^fire...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 May 1889

TTTEDAILY IXDEPENDEXT: HELEN A. TUESDAY MORXIXG. HAT 14. 18S0. RUINEDBY HIS OWS BOY EnumerateAcnounce-^Lesday and PlushCases. layONLY eNail*,^b e Gooes,^and Lift Pumps,^rs, Carpecters' Tool* js^ ACORN RANGES. iterC e^lerlCAL Cut] sry UbI3 '. JCf- HliO liiiKGoods, i.to., iic and^^-*^ c a;-; ^ fVck at FCOt'iJi II Til ^l^n^r4 Sr I-3MI UUKTIK UILTIN1887.v**ry B*^a Acconi^i; $2 pe ay ana 1J8. Attention.Co^near N. P Depot 8TORYOF CORWITHS FAILURE TheFather * Attempted Manipulation^of Lead Spoiled by the Opera^^tions ot the Son. Chica..-j. May IS ^A strange diw!o!^ur^-^tv-oiftht when it wan aaoouueed^that Nathan C^rwith, st , tiad b^-t-ii v. iy^ill and that his dtrath wa* liable t^^ ocour^at any minute- A year a^ro OswvM waa^thn r.chest l^*a^t m-roriant in Arat-rica. The^approach of death caused in^juin^-^ which^reaulted In obtaininR th-- ImsMsm un^^known story ot his sudden descent to pov^^erty. The supposition has be^-n that Cor-^with s giirantic failure in bus'tess was^solely the result...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 14, WHIPAND SPUR. MontanaHorses that Hare Broken all^Previous Records in the^Racing World. TheFuture Home of all that is Speedy^in Horseflesh^Armstrong's^Great Ambition. n.-st and !^^'*'urrrii^ e^ of Local ail'l (;^d-^eral Inlrrrol In M^l1rr^ l^rt^lnlu[^to Hyr^t-. ^n^l llor^^-ui*u. Monlanabu scored t jur Victoria on the^eutrtn turf sinct- the season opem-d. E ice^of the victors have been hfetl here. They^are first, Hamlet, at Memphis, Af.rU S3:^lv-er LodKe at Nashtille on two occasions,^thK latest bring a victory on last Thursday.^K^ta ot these horses were bred by Kohrs dt^J',ielen:^erif, of I^eer Lodge. The fuurth^and greatest victory was .Spokane's success^in the Kentucky Derby. Thus early in the^season have Montana breeders crowned^theiuselvea with glory, with the returns^tot all in yet. Noah Armstrong satisfied^his highest ambition in that event, but he^is not through yet. lie has a colt nomi^^nated for the great Futurity stakes...

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. — 15 May 1889

mi:-.Cloths and Dr^sa^-west Male-rials. The^city. An Elegant^of I)r^*ss Goods. \**^^Isac***, Erubroide-ried 'S. trelaafMctiag Our^-pay y^^ur trouble. ithe Way of^ke a Specialty^s. Our Mid-^Weight Wor- ers,Ponces,^Fabrics. h^or Specialtyof^r Goods Enjov^his Season's^i an Elaborate andShelves^try Branch o^r. Our Sprint^sering Display^ve and Desir- isWorthy of lways on Hand,^to Helena,^pigest Companies. kAvenue. Dfdour stork.^Telephone 26*. Broadway.Helena,^^. Box 711. UfaliJlo-^^om court -ullOlB iit price. uitkn^atarsat at TktMVMiMl ^^ ^^**^ Ennlppew rr^^ the promptEXECUTION^Of all orders for CoironarclalPrinting. ShowPrinting, and FinsWork of All Kind* LeaiiHgNewspaper ef Montana All-tlx^ News, LOCALaHd_TILEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising Medium. VOL 30--NO. 138 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITOK\. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1889 FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Loch Bi-ocK, MAINstreet. AHELENA STORE that car^^ries as large a CLOTH 12v^^^-tock us any rirm west of Chi ago. A...

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. — 15 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT MonUMay 15. 1889.^ ISDIP^I^^^^T PCB. CO, FL BLlsHERB. 1US.H'*1^ o^10'- BROADWAY. TERM*OF SUBS' F.IPTIOK.^Xtj Snbscrl^rs, *^7 carrier, V^ n;ooti^J 5SSSr-T SSfeis a-ss-sar1 $3in OFFICIAL PAPE^ OF LEWIS AAD CLARKECOUSTT. rawin JEPCtOENT hm, . ^'g^r telly crtuia-^o' man any aewapapar b*tw**n 81. Paul arm^*ortl*n* and a largar circulation tnan any^stss' too dally papar* publlahad In Montana,^t nat no prwa. 'Otm Mcrttl, It, lulHcr Iptlon^soo*. ar, opan to inapactlon, and It la always^^a*^Jv to^prova .mat Its circulation la as -eo-a^^SSSSjSA Cntaradat tna PostofBc* at Maiana a, hkoikj-^^ laa, mattar. \l.^TKRUAI'^ BJCBHIi Th-f iTtiou yesterday for delegates to^ii-^titationa] convention hit* appar^^ently resulted in a wanner which should^girp the greatest satisfaction to the dem-^ucrats of Montana, for although the r^-^publicdiiH labored systematically and^aw.!'incu-ly for the return of their two^nominee-, in each ...

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. — 15 May 1889

thedaily independent : helena. whedxesday morning. m AY 15. 1^^^. Inumerate^DDOunce-^isday and lushCases. m GANGES. )rCooltr*-.^ware OtaM^icaa Gvtincf sndmost cuaplsu s*kx* oi GQQb* II TBI fcCURTIK .TIN1887. ryBea Acconi^$2 j - ay an* Lttention.'Correav^ir N. P Depot WONDERFUL,BUT PUE. LITTLEBEN1TA S ROMANTIC LIFE OniofAdam Forepaugh's Performer*. Nowin Los Angeles, Tells*^Strange Story. :*ia.estrung roniano-8 come to light in^Los Ati^vi. s. an i tli^- record of chrck^rvd^carters is a rontiiiually an^l rapid:} in-^cr*-a^iDt{ one. 1 Lere in a ^^UOK woman^now living on Main street who can claim^i with an excellent show of winninit i to^Lave beaten the record. The story i t her I^life in a fascinating one, and so etrausre a*^to he almost regarcl.-d as a fairy tale, were '^it not for convincing ppM.t that it is true.^The name, of the heroine of the story is '^M.m Maltie Price, and whi.eonly taenty-^:- j^ ars old. she has had a career that^would furnish materials for a doz-n real^^istic ...

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. — 15 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1889. CITYCOUNCIL. RegularMeeting of the Board of IL^dermen Held and Important^Business Transacted MonthlyBills Allowed as Well as the^Bills for Sewer Work and 8treet Grading. VtBrruliaPetiUMM IT^-^^rnl^-d ana \. i.U^I poo - \ Appointing- ruiirc. Th* city council wrt ia*t cvminj^ in reg^^ular ^s'u.n, Mayer Fuller in the chair.^There were present Aldermen Dunn, Rich^^ards. Spencer. Brown, Donnely, l^eb, Al^^len. Washburn, Thleme, Adkinaon, Harri^^son, Lis^ner. Theminutes of the last meeting were^read and appro* ^-d. Thereport of the police magistrate, Jun^^ius *^^ Sanders, was received. It shows^that IMMcollected in April aud turnedover to the city treasurer. 1tje report of the street commissioner^was referred to the committee on ac^^counting. (ity Marshal Hard's report showing he^hail pold city property to the amount of^*;,- ^ 75 was received. Thecity clerk's report of warrants drawn^for the past year was referred to the com^^...

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. — 16 May 1889

.Cloths and Di^*bs^st Materials. The^citj. An Eln^raiit^Droasl tiiiodM. loo^.a.ifjs, EiubioidfritfB iIM|H t ting Our^v vour trouble. theWay of^a Specialty^Our Mid-^Yeight Wor- 5,Ponges,^abrics. For^Specialty of^ioods Enjov^s Season's^n Elaborate^ind Shelves^Branch o^Our Sprinsr^ing Display^and Desir-^i Worthy of rayaon Hand. Helena. *stCompanies. tour st^^^ k.^TelepboM -'6*. lK)ratorv.ND, ioalwav. Helena,^Hox 711. Meansto Secure^g Distance of 0Lots in He Una^[rom court house,^terms: Ten per^yt c^iit in four^, with interest at^Lditiond. Money andInsurance Tk iDdcptudent !^ Well M^lpr'^l pdb tub PROMPTEXECUTION^ijt all Ordara for^OoinnwrcUl Printing. ShowPrinting ano Fine Work of All Kind* Leading:Newspaper of Montana Alltlie News, LOCALand_TELKGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. VOL. 30--NO. 139 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 16 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Lous Bloce, MUNSTREET. AHELENA STORE that car^^ries M larf^e a CLOTHING^stoc...

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. — 16 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDiLPE^SDEXTx HELENA, THUBSDAY MORXING, ^IAY 16. 1889. tr^rMnCMT William and Dave Walker and John^THF iNDErLrSL'LIN.t Matthews, at Ozark, Mo, last Friday, is^I nL 1'- a strong argument in favor of the crea tionof ihj office of public executioner or^for the -u institution of aome other mode^of capital punishment. Nothing of re^^cent occurrence has exceeded this in its^horrible barbarity, due to ipexperience^and miscalculation. delena.Mont.. May 16, oausssu SvIBV MoUOiO Excmrr Mokdat. l0trtSD*ST PCB. CO.. PUBLISHERS. wmnwmnam. - bhoadway. calvin S. Brick, the ^rainbow term*of svbschiptios. . , .^risers. *^r earner. p^ aoatb^i Ssska*,v ^^^*m chaser who engineered the last dem^^ocratic campaign, is an aspirant for the^position of chairman of the democratic^national committee. A man with less^of the prestige of defeat upon him is^needed for the place. urmiAi.i-apkr or lkwis asl LAHKt: I ^JfXTT. TimiNJtetNOENT has a larger sail, clrcule- lorman an^ iwmmM' between 81 Paul and^^0r...

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. — 16 May 1889

THEDAILY lXDEPENDEXI: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNIXU. MAY 16-1880. VE iWeek's^iter Prices 15c20c^25c^30c^50c^35c^65c^70c^45c^70c 21-2c 7c 8c12 1 2c rgamsin^jrmshing^Tinware,^fumerous ia,m. t. CURTIIV ,M. t., lildin; ails,Goodi,^Lift ^umr.b,^'arpeotert' Tocl MACORN 'i, iner^mlij IANGES. rCooien.^fare, Oia canCuti^-''v (Ooode, Kic , M r.abom r^rmt^i*as noes wood,ii n LLT. ICURTf^- HOTEL TIN1887. _^y B*s Acooic^i'2 pei ay antf \*0\w*Vai\0*. ERCO. Lumber ttention.Conre*^r N. P Depot atthe mnu TORECLAIM ARID LANDS. THESENATORIAL INVESTIGATION AugustI the Date on Which the Special^Committee Will Commence its^Work VlMDtMiMay 10 ^Thr senata at^iU la-' -^ r-i'.n apixiinted a '^wuniittr* t..^IcvtiititfMt.- thf ^iuestion ^if irrigation and^the reclamation of arid land* The cron-^Uiittee Will ' OtnTIienre tln-ir work Au/llit 1^oext. starting tnui ^t. I'aul. Minn. They^exp*-'-! to cp-nd three week.H in the field^and will visit northern Dakota. Montina.^and Idaho. as far a* the Miake mer hafin,^I'tah, ...

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. — 16 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THtTKSDAY MORNING. MAY 16, 1889. STILLON TRIAL. TheShoplifters Who Have^Robbing Stores For a Week^raigned Yesterday. BeenAr- MEMORIALDAY. JD. Galvin, the Man Who Cut Jake^Hams Last December, Found^Guilty By a Jury. Jiu^^ Whiter. ih^ I ^^k and^l.Osapondent t^^^r tha. Loaa ofII la HoDtt. Yt-sivrdaywas tbe time set for the pre^^liminary examinat on t,i the shoplifters.^A aual! audience collected in the police^court and there were about ten witnesses,^auioni; whom were four women. 1'he I:.- i,' T-. B E. Watu, James Robertson andJJ r-- Blacker, were present. The^latter is a railroad man, who claims to^t.a\e ii-vr ^*-en his fellow prisoners before^and ^as arrt-sted at the instigation of a^young boy connected with the New York^dry (foods store. The prisoners had no^attorney. Blacker said he had asked the^anor. Mr. Allen, to s^-nd for witnecses, but^that official shut the door in his face and^gave an indifferent answer. Nothing was^adduced reflecting in any man...

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. — 17 May 1889

3ros. riE WallPaper isWeek fib,ClMiis and I)r*-ss^-w*-st Mate-rials. Trie^be city. An Elegant^of Dress Goods, loo^LOaMO, Embroideries SunShades. r^-bMpnetug Our^pay your trouble. M r LEIM theWay of^ke a Specialty^s. Our Mid-^Weight Wor- ers,Ponges,^Fabrics. For^Specialty of^r Goods Enjov^his Season's^. an Elaborate^and Shelves^try Branch o^Our Sprint*^sering Display^ve and Desir-^is Worthy of KLEIN, Houses AD'S, AY. C0.,^nsu ranee Liways on Hand,^to Helena,^igest Companies. JCK, 57, CO., 13, kAvenue. NMNfc pedour stock. Tel-phone 206. OFFICE ialxratorv^^AND, Broadway,Helena,^0. Box 711. dinary! 266. iteMeans to Secure^Iking Distance of -11)Lota in H^-l-n^^k*^ from court bouse,^^t^y terms: Ten per^per cent in four^^ars. with interest at^i additions. Money C0., ingandInsurance^ock. TheIndependent I. Well Eewlepesl roa mi PROMPTIXICUTIOl^Of all orders fur^Coronarclal Printing. nnowPrinting and FineWork of All Kind* LeaiiBj.Newspaper of Hontasa All-bia_^ XnI ^sxrs, LOCALMd_ TELEGRAPHIC....

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. — 17 May 1889

THKDAILY IXDEPEKDEXT: 11ELEXA. FRIDAY MORXIXR. MAY 17. 1889. fHINDEPENDENT Jelena,Mont., May 1^, 1^89. idKnil Mowi^n^^ Ixcarr Moiwi. ISDpknu*ST Ft'b CO.. hl BLIsHBIto, .blicatiunurflCI, BK'JADW.'.I. TKRUSOr SUBSCRIPTION^Sut^*rit^^rt, ^.y carrier, par ajoath^1 If * H Mall^l*r pssw--- Train.,-..nsw.teiys aad new. itudi^Asskly. v^r y^ jFFICIALPAPER^i LARKS COUNTY. OF LKWIS AND rtMINOfcPENDfcNT nms a largar sally clrcula-^MMIMI wawsoao*. Mlxmlt Paul and^^ortland and ^ larBar circulation than any^ttkar too aally p^oar^ publiahad In Montana.^I nai no praaa room aacrata, Ita subscription^aoo^ ooan to mapactlon. and It la always^-a^a^ to .o'0^a that Ita circulation la aa rapro-^tsn^^4 Eme'tciat the Poato^ea at Malaria aa aacond-^a ih matter. Tilt^ ^^s\ UIMK.^Th*^ returns thin fur received from the^election of Tutwiay bear out the opinion^expressed in these columns on Wed^^nesday that the democrat1* will^have a majority in the coustitu-^;inual convention. A conservative^estimate gives the de...

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. — 17 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEXI: HELENA. FRIDAY MOHXINli. MAY 17, VE hisWeek's^ughter Prices 15c20c^25c^30c^50c^35c^65c^70c^45c^70c^2 1-2c^7c^8c^12 1 2c argainsin^Furni shing^^Is, Tinware,^Numerous ;na,m. t. CURTIN ,na,M. T., IrnId uilding RE Nalle|a 8 Go. is, todLlit Pumps,^k Carpenters Tooli is^ ACORft |i uo r'v.:,. . RANGES IterCoolers,^rwsre Q\k*-^irioan Cutie v^iber^ Boofti^inK Goods, t:c. ittOOUS IS Tl' .- r A^d IT. ODRTDi. hotel IlLTIN 1887. _^jery B**e Accom^I. $2 p*^ ay anl p. ERCO. Lumber OEEL lAttention.Coiree^N. P Depot atthe R 'EL. AMADMAN'S LONG TRANCE ninedays without any food Strang*Story of I^Whose Case Physicians SwissPuzz es Dairymanthe blood.It U not difficult to arrest the trou^^ble at the outo-r. but well nigh impossible^to eradicate it when matured. ^*o evidence^in relation to this auperb Mood depureot is^mure positive than mat wbicti estatihsbea^irs efficacy aa a preventive and a remedy^I for rheumatism. Not only is It toorouitn,^but safe-, which the vegetable and miner...

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. — 17 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT^: IIELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY IT. 1889. HEADFOR DAYS. An OldTailor Found Dead^Cabin Afer th* Body^Badly Decomposed. His is SPOKANE'8RIVAL DEAD Iie AnArrest Made in the Sand Baggin;^CaSe ^ Evidence Against^the Prisoner. old I, ^nk Kluer Hr^-*k. Hi.^(Baaa Mi* l*ip^- ImrliiK^ralnful !*ufTrrllnf*. BsBJHi. ranAlbert G^-achw;^-od.an old tailor about^^. }t-ar^ ^t W- w*^ ''^^^1 d,*a^1 in hl8 c^f^^^In on Watrr street about T^^.vvoin^. lie was a native^Switzerland, but has been in tbe^ounUf about ten years o'clockla^t^of triavroa.^western^lie was a wid- ,wtand ha* three children aomewhere in^the I t.it^-d Mates, two girla and a boy, the^latter at^out it years of a^e. His cabin is a^wry small one on Water street, south.^t --r^ is some doubt aa to when he was^last seen alive. His liody is badly decotu-^mmt and the atench ansine from the^nlare was almost unbearable tu the cor^^-^m!tlwhich viewed the remains. 1WT'-*** nothing to indicate that the^aaM Na-1 oeen foully dealt w...

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