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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 May 1889

encea. grand^d' Spncg Gar^^ry body. Not- ENT impelledeach^e goods at a^^ later orders',^ires with reg-^l eo that cus-^ther they ara^ir advertise a^aches will Go^rchai-irg else- 58. M.T. LEIM heWay of^a Specialty^Our Mid-^eight Wor-^, Ponges.^tbncs. For^oeciaitv of^aods Enjov^i Season's^i Elaborate^nd Shelves^Branch o^Our Sprint^|ng Display^and Desir-^Worthv of KLEIN, buses D'S, a -OR RUITS PINEAPPLES, POTATOES. EGGS, BERRIES. Market. COHN^ CO ,dPark Avenue. CO., uranee iyson Hand delena. rt Companies. .ipany lentalBrick LOtS. MOtlManager. CO., indInsurance^Hock. modernconve- -treet, lot 4UX KBridge Street, |lar,Peoeta Ave-^^x\-2~^ ft. Price feet,on Eleventh^'lite tl,0OU, each iplots inHelena^ire Property ripe^Luce. Th(U4(r^adMt I* Well K+mtfP**m PROMPT^X E ^-A O U ^i^Of all orders fen^Commercial Printing. Show Printing. tn4 Fin Work of AH Kinds Wr*3H ii nr Ml id All-frTi e JNJe-w-s, LOCAL3Dd TELEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising- Medium. VOL 30^NO. 145. HELENA, MONTAN...

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 May 1889

THEDALLY IXDEPEXDEXT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 23, 18S9. fHEINDEPENDENT Alexia,Mont., May 23, 1889. pcsijb*d gv-KTMomiiwa ^im llosnaT. IJ0^f8NDKST fUB CO_ PCBLISH*K^. IBM11^ WW* bkadway trms of wammmMermm. Xtisubscribers, by carrlsr. per month|1 nTrain^, la newsboy* *^^ vw^ m\Wm~~M^s/esklj. year .$3 UU ortHIAL PAPER OF LEWIS AKV 4. A UK * OUOWTt. claimsof the colored race. In connec^^tion with Mr. Towneend's selec^^tion it is interesting to note that^about naif of the feminine clerks in the^division over which he will preside have^made haste to apply for transfer to some^other bureau. Tneindependent UU a larger *ai i clrculs-^lon man any nt^MP*r between St Payl ana^^ort a '*^ and a larger circulation than any^2^ two dally paper* publish** In Montana.^I naa no pr*^* room tecrtti, ita *.j*t.criptlon^^kUci open to inspection, and It la a I era re^ready to prow that Ita circulation la at rapt*.^*en.ed Enteredat tne PoatofTlce at Helena *a ^econo^^mies* matter. VOTINOrOR ^(^ATIIi:\ ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1889. A MARVELLOUS FREAK. IVE nr :Their Real^a Defy Com- NOW 21 -2c 7c8c 1212c^1 2 1 -2c^35c^5 55c^15c^20c^25c^30c^50c^SI .15^8c^f Oc 121 -2c 15c25c^35c^50c itare Being ENA,M. T. CURTIN lena,M. i -. ilnnIt Building ARE rseNails. ttth'ffteoda. oand Lift Pumpi, [iff*Carpenters' TooU pus ^ ACORN RANGES VaterCoolers,^low ware, (Jlses^.merlcan Cotferf^umbers Boodi urtl^shing Gocdt. fcu.. 1(ST MIC 13091 C*n:^*i*c Ikvk oM OFWOOL S II t*; tiantien^m^i*^^5^. X ^ CURTIN. LHOTEL BUILTIN 1887.^m v^ry Bee Accon:^vd; $2ay an4 cms. BERCO lgLumber ptAttention. Corres-^f near N. P Depot HOTEL-. TURNEDINTO A BIG CUCUMBER SadFate of a Farmer Whote Mummy^Now Hang. Up in a Barn. hMvin.i Ky.. fepeciil: limning in a^bar. in o:^l Pinrvill*, three miles^from lirrr. ia the n^^^f marvelous freak of^naturr rvrr heard of or seen. It. existence^iMNMi Bl vouchwl f^^r by M--s^rs. Jaoi^-^^i' \V: .-...'-n and Jo-^.h I^eahy, of Louis,^v. ^-. who have just r'turn...

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 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 23, 18S9. CENTRALPARK. ANew Resort on the Montana Central^to be Thrown Open to the^Public. Butteand Helena Turners Will Join^in a Grand Picnic Next^Sunday. Al^-t^^- Hs.ru on the Klmini Trml^--Oth*r^Uxl Happening, t hrwDicle*^tor the Public. Anew pleasure reaert haa been laid out^on the Montana Central railioad two mile*^below Bemiee and i^ called Central Park.^It is twenty-two mllet from . ^ .tte and aitu-^ateil in pictureniue ^p^t thruuRh which the^^ at.-ra of biaon creek How. The park con^^tains aixty acrea and at the lower end an^immense spring carrying flJOincnta ot pure^cr^^tai water gunhea forth from the foot of^a mountain and after running a short dis^^tance flows into Bison creek. A number^of delightful grovea, enrubbery.^tall pines and spruce are^scattered over this park, while abundant^and luxuriant grasa and wild flowers^t rompt the loiterer to real. Tall moun^^tains and deep ravines and silvery steami^in each make the s...

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 May 1889

compelledble goods^'or jater orderp.^igures with reg-^ice, so that cus-^lf-ther they are^ver advertiee a^Ladies wjH do^Durchaticg else- the Way of ia Specialty OurMid* WeightWor- 's,Pongees,^rabrics. hor^Specialty of^Goods Enjov^is Season's^an Elaborate^and Shelves^y Branch o^Our Spring^^ring Display^e and Desir-^s Worthy of Market. i,COHN ^ CO iiidPark Avenue. rayson Hand;^Helena,^est Companies. AiCtS. neralManager. 1modern uouve-^ce street, lot 4^^X E.Bridge Street, ellar.Fe^ sta Ave-^50x186 ft. Price fe-e-t, ^^n Eleventh^Price tl,64kj, each eaplots inHel^na^v. ere Properly ripe^lance. fc TkclndeP*nde in la Well Kanloped worn rmm PROMPTEXECUTION^of all orders for^Ogmmtrdll MMt SnowPrinting, .a FineWork of AH Kind* LeailflfNewspaper of MoDtanal ATT^tlx^ -N LOCALand TILEGEAFHICl TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising Medium. VOL 30--NO. 146 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITOK ^ . FRIUAV MORNING. MAY 24 1889. fivecents HERSHFIEIS'ADD'N. TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St. Loi is Block,^main nuu. HELENA...

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 May 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT -ielena,Mout., May 24, 1889. fCBIJSBSD gTUT MOH^t!^^ MolTDaT. inobpsndbntpub. CO.. pl BLIbHKKa, ofa treasury clerkship. ^R*t. Dr. John^W. Scott. President Harrison's father-in-^law,^ says the report of last Monday's^proceedings, ^here entered the church,^took a seat and was effcwively welcomed^by Dr. Crosby.^ The adjective is full of^significance in this case, remembering^the sudden rise to fame which Mr. Scott^has experienced. JbLICATtONMim BKUAl^ W A Y . namof wammaartmrn. mmM^H If terror, per montl$1 * a^dy. l^r )^*r taf 1'AI-KH CLAHKEiUVSTY. ofA Si' TmiNDE^NO^Nr has a ^ i^r stall* clreula-^lo^ IK*^nt^IMMr MM^1 8t Paul arc ortlaneand a larger circulation than any^^tear too as v b ^.^^^'^ publishes) In Montana^t nat no prsss roomaacreta, Ita subscription^eooss are open to inspection, and ^ la aiwaye^.^9j. to pro*a mat ita circulation 'a aa e. r- Enteredat the Poetofnce at Helena aa eecond-^^ ^^^^ matter. Tilt^ KO.MN Mi-Tr.KY. Th*discovery of the body of Dr. Cro-^nin...

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 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 24, 1889. ELOPEMENTSEPIDEMIC. SENSATIONS AT NEW HAVEN MarriagesWhch HaveSetthe Tongues^o* the Goss'ps Wagging^Vigorously- NewHat t-n. Conn . Spr^*i^l:^There iiavt-^b**n a ^eries of ^iueer incident* in the mat,^rimonia! liu- dunna Hie past few week*,^but ^^^t^-rd^y 'he aiinonnreuent of the eii-^(fatieiL'-h' ^t Antonio Ku'jino and I'wijua.*-^li^^^e . a|pe^i the climax. Anton to la one t,f^the characters of the city and f'rr more^than ten years lias (tn-unl out music to^pe^.jj|e pa^-Ti(f up arid down Chapel street^fMUl a^i:!up:d.lte^i oi^!ahette. H^ is an lts,-^lan, not far from ni jears ol aire. Vesterda^^ni'irniuir b^- af.Reared before H^-Kiiter C'arr^and asked for his marriage license. His^intended bride claims to t* a widow, but^the funny part of the ernravement la the^fact that this is Antonn- n hrst venture on^the sea of matrimony. r'eoplehave just ceased talking aboai^the marriage of t_'.. ir.e- Walker, of the dry^KOOds house of ...

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 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXBEX1: HELEXA. FRIDAY MORXING. MAY 24, 1889. WOKETO BEGIN. ACorps of Surveyors Arrive From^St. Paul to Locate the Mon^^tana ^ Canada. HowVillard's Having Control Will^Affect Railroad Building in^Washington Territory. Wonderful ' ^ ^^^ I ^ i1 In Kall- romlBuilding- in tbr ^. rand Caa-^yuii of 1 nlurmdo. Itis ttr evident intention of the Montana^and Canada Railway c^iuii^any to have^work on their proposed road begun this^yrar. To Uiis end a party of surveyors^will at once start in the field to revise the^old survey and permanently locate the line.^A party of aurveyor* arrived in Helena last^evening from ^L I'aul, and registered at^the Merchants hotel as Northern I'acibc^employes. hut it i.^ known that thes^ gen^^tlemen, who are fully equipped for work*^have heen sent out to work on the locationof the new line and will^start out to-day or to-morrow. H hile the^road could not be constructed this year a^good start will be made that it can be put^^ operation the rally part ...

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. — 25 May 1889

Bros. Saleof luringGarments! f'mmencf;a grand^Misteb' 55pr Lg Gar-^r^h everybody. Not- TMENT recompelled each^^sirable goods at a^m for later orders,^.in figures with reg-^pnce, no that- cus-^whether they are^never advertise a^le. Ladies will r^o^) purchasing- else- ROS., M.T. KLEIN inthe Way off^|ake a Specialty^its. Our Mid-^it Weight Wor^^kers, Ponges,^Fabrics. For^a Specialty of^ir Goods Enjov^h his Season's^^n an Elaborate^is and Shelves^ery Branch o^ig. Our Sprint^isering Display^ive and Desir-^is Worthy of KLEIN, Houses LADS, AY. SFOR FRUITS PINEAPPLES,|EW POTATOES.^1 R, EGGS, EM* inMarket. M.G. COHN ^ CO^^et and Park Avenue. |Y^ CO., ~^^insurance Alwayson Hand^Is to Helena,^longest Companies. OCK, [D7, ompany op lamentalBrick bocL-ixc'ts.\lt. General Manager. CO., [tingand Insurance^iold Block. Ml dall modern conve-^klvsjMM ^tre^-t. lot 40x .VU B Bridge Street, aierdlar, Pe-osta Ave-^lot BOKlSB ft. Price i'-xUofee^t, on Eleventh^Veet. Price fl.OUO, eath Imcheap lots inHelena...

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. — 25 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 25, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT elena,Mont., May 25, l -99. pxrausaSBIk' UoB^r*e Eicbtt Hobday INOsPsNDBNT1 LB c'^^ rT'BmHBKB, BrPMUWAl TEitsisnr mKHHM aa.-Piers, r,/carrier, per roattsi * B'aaU-per J^^*^^ '* JiTisa.l. : swajB^aBB ^*d ^^ens steads....Se wesaiy.p^^ y*^^* orFit i al paver or claim*atom. UtWJMasl rneiNDtPtNUtNI ha* a lara-er unT clrtula^s.wepaper between Bt Paul ana^^ l^r circulation than any^a ^^ two oally papers pubiianed In Montana-^I nee no preee ramm sac rata ita eutsscriptlon^mom are opan to mapactlen, ana it la always^'^ad, to prova tnat its circulation la aa repre. Ionthan any^Portland an Enteredat tna Poetoffice at Halana aa eecona- ll; I sim.NT A ^ It StNATOR. Geu.Harrison is credited with the^statement that he in done trying to^please tu the admiuistratiou of the presi^^dential office. A president who seeks to^please every one, he says, pleases no one^and only succeeds in making himself^unhappy. To a certain exten...

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. — 25 May 1889

[heir Real^Defy Com- Stills iGeojI dLUt Pump* Oarpe;;tcr' V. oil rCoolers,^ewe, Mm^can Cutler llv. !CURTUs HOTEL rIN 1887.^y Bt^8 AccoiL^-2ay ani tention.Corre*v^N. P Depot BRAVEBISHOP WALKER. ASTORY OF A DAKOTA S'ORM. An Old Soldier Saved from Bem^,^Trarr.p'ed to Death by a Fractious^Horse. GratdKurka. N l^. ^pedal: BUbop '^Wilki-r ol tde *^:^.^^^^^ i-Lurrh, ^bol^*o |^mutt. [.ii.iMi in North Dakota, t.asdis-^MvaMk^4 t :ti ^it Ij^ ^ii^-t!.^ r art of cour- 1^i^,.. Tf :^ etiry,ijufnifhid tor the tjrfti.iij*-, ib a*^.i*)a* tL^- roubda r^Kardiuic^him in bii dii *^^^^. Last wibtt-r l.v *a* on^a npit to l^ -iii-tr^ k to fcold M-rvice thei^on^a certain huLday. I te chuirb crowd-^e^l Ml l^ Ki6iator^ ot ah pariirs andcutiibi-^liMioD*. 'I'hi k rnioli wmatinitiy. Ontfcfctol-^lowint ^laj ^,v^ ^ r th^- iu--n.b^ r* of the par-^ish, an soldier kiki *h.^ a captain in Uie j^army auru^K tl.e r^ 1^ Utoa and ^a^ *ouud- ,^ed in an ^ . t..- tit. took the t^^ahop in ^ !^'^utter to vtait -otne ol tl.e tani...

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. — 25 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEX1: HELENA. SATURDAY MORXIXG. MAY 25, 1889. CRACKINGCRIBS. Howthe Bold Burglars When m^Burgling Burgles The Safes^and Houses. TheBank Operative Hightoned and^Not Disposed to Associate^With Thieve*. VIhat Hf ^ arrl^-^ Around With Him on^HI. ^ot turii*I Tour, for^I'luntler. Allkinds of crime set-mi to run In^strrsks,^ said DetecUve WalU-rs to an lx^i/Ei ksI'KN i rrpor^r iast niKbL ^^For in-^stance, one murder is invariably followed^by another, suicides come together, and^burglaries and hold-up* always have a run^in a city ^r town. Helena escapes the dt p-^redatiocs of professional crooks as a gen^^eral thing for the reason that it would be^utterl) impossible to commit a robber) of^any magnitude here and escape. The thief^in safest in the most thickly settled coun^^try. Helena suffers from tramps, on on^-^or two occasions there have been profes^^sionals in Helena, but they did not ply^their trade. There is one thing to be re-^membt red. and that is that western offic*...

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. — 26 May 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 14- HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 1889. FIVECENTS HERSHFIELDADO'IM. Situatedon Montana Avenue. Just North;^of Flower Garden Addition. The-Site of this Addition is a Beautiful Knoll, and th^ SceUc-iY^on all Side^e is Unsurpassed. k^t BL'I LPIXG HAS ALREAI'Y^COMMENCEDThe- CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROIN DS adjoinit on the north. Only six minute's walk from ihr |^Northern Pacific Depot. LargeLots, Cheap Prices, Easy Terms. SixtyLots sold the first day the Addition was on the Market.^No better Lots were ever Offered in this City for Safe Invest^^ment and Quick Profits. WALLACE^ THORNBU*^ GH, SoleAgents, Rooms 1,2 and 3. Smoil Floor First National Rank Building, En IROi.'YS'SLAYERS. StartlingRevelations, Involving a^Police Official, in Chicago's^Last Sensation. TheBuggy in Which Dr. Cronin Rode^to His Death Hired by a^City Detective. An F.xplanation by the hu^pectcd Mm^Whi^ h Ilocs Not stand Investlga-^ii. ^n I in portma t Clue*. trancecorner Grand a;ul Jackson street...

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. — 26 May 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MOHNING. 1*80. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. Enlivening- Incidents of a Days OutingAn Adventurous Spirit Dampened Plans for an Excursion on Decor-^ation Day to the Pretty Town^of Boulder ImmCMk PraMsaaMm - Two \*^-^i ding,tw n.cur lu Junt-lVrwnil Mrlllluu. probablyremain in Helena during the summer. HelenaouRfitnot to allow ^,r-at Kails to^^urpass them in during win! is really a^necessary act of ^^nurti-sj. GreatVails aaSawSfl ^tf-red a plot of^ground and a house if Bishop Bre^^-r ^ill^accept the same and remove the hishopr'c^to that place. Helena, however, canm.t^afford to lose the bish^p or permit Great^Kalis to surpass it in tiei.erosity. The^Episcopal church has many rich members^and I feel sure a subscription can be easily^be raised to further the good eud. llEESW PUSHESS KAll l.AM. Thereare many humorous side* to these^days of summer outings, and the most lu^^dicrous mishaps will sometimes occur to^mar the day's festivities. As I have al^^ready stated ...

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. — 26 May 1889

tiiedaily independent! selena. sunday morning. may 26, 1889. HELENASMELTER APen Picture of One of the Most^Complete Smelting Works^in the World. aiP****.air not. Beaidea expelling tr e^rhrumiuo virus from the system, it over^^come* fever and ague, biliousness, con'i-^pation and dyspepsia. GLAD8T0XIAND BRIGHT- TheEnt.re Plant o' the Most Approved^Pattern, the Outgrowth of^Ripe Experience. Allthe lii.|^.r.^ut Ma. hinrry Duplicated,^x, no Ordinary Ac. idenl Will I^elay^Opermtii^n^--The Ually Capacity. Thelast number of the New York Finan^^cial and Mining Ueeord contains the fol^^lowing aiticle from the pen of John W.^Eddy, of Helena: 1 have just visited the^Helena A Livingston smelter and noted a^few items which many of your readers will^be interested to know. The plant is now^nearly complete, as at tirst planned, and^presents an imposing appearance with its^many buiidinK*. 5^me of which are^large. Ttie smrksMlMI building is 3^J5^feet Ion* l^y 77 leal wide, and the one con^^taining the...

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. — 26 May 1889

THEDAILY IXPKPKXDKXT; HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1*89. THEINDEPENDENT aoieha, Mont., M*y l-^-y. eTBUSHlU EriBI H^rUlfflll Kl'XFT MllNUAT IMDRPBNDKNTPUB co., r-LBLISHBKS. cbljcationorrwt. bkoauway TERMSOF MTWI RIPTIOK JltySubscribers, by c^rt^r. per month$: 0* ByMall^per jw^ ^ smTrains, t new*Djvs muC -ires stand*set* Weekly,per year OFFICIALPAPER CLARKEtot-.vrr. vF-4AX TheINDEPENDENT nee ^ larger as' I, clrcula-^len than any ntwutM' oetween St Paul am)^Portland and a larger circulation than any^other two dally oaoe's published In Montana^it has no oreea roam accrete, its eutiscnption^Books are open to inspection, and it Is always^ready to pro.e that Its circulation I* as reo-e^^en ^ad Enteredat the Poetofnce at Helena as aecond-^slaas matter. \^ \Tllol l^ t I N I I N A KV. Thebrief dispatch from Baltimore^published in the Independent on Friday^very imperfectly stated the nature of the^celebration in Baltimore of the centen^^ary of the establishment of the Catholic^church in Am...

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. — 26 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 2H. 1^!.. T NTHIS 300DSL NOT ULINQ ranee onHand na. ompanies. nCafe une of Potato Cutter^*wrt amiCabbage^Ham TaperSailer) ala Orleansi alice ('arrantJ-'lly witi 1'r.w.iiifr^Mutton^with Pressing^^^rue^l I'otatiw 'am (^ee rt'orn *w UM Sauce i^ind Cake ApplePies 50CENTS. iverill iloring, andPine. JIS. e ad, 'redtlamer'^, ANA. 5ARB0UP, elorat Lai 2lbna,M T. tiLt lbs omt$^rtMtc nasi n cwss mp. kaII AM. m 5-^n.al^r4*i:. N V. ^ i Urn ^ for^^^n sod it DM)^n tb* s*sl ^^ ssi.s- WHFICO .^t'birMrn III. i*b^r MOUNTAND SULKY Spokaneand Proctor Kno'.tSel^in the Great American^Derby. Even withoutdelay: fifth, no climtHng of rtair*^^take the fre*- elevator; no dust, no dirt,^i i_.^n evtry day except Sunday. Visitor*^alwav* weminie. Cooie and see me if you^waut'urst cia^i work at a reasonable price. Howaboj. Iajweky. REALESTATE REVIEW. California Well Represented in the^Event Which is Attracting^Much Attention. I: Viht MM llorss-s Arf ^**^^^ The^-plr...

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. — 26 May 1889

TOEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 2^, 1880. FORTHE LADIES. StrangelyContradicory Character of^the Famous Novelist. Louise^de la Ramee. Romancesin the Frelinghuysen Fam-^ity^ Ex-Secretary Bayard's^Prospective Bride. WemenWho Hide Trlryrles-The Uaugb- j^ter^ of Chi^f .lu.tis* ^^i^llwr^^( olorado C I i mute. Corr.Washineton Herald: I see in the^Krurlish journals that Ouida it very ill, and^has probably done her last literary work.^Let me tell you somethiDit conct-rninK her.^t^ne golden Florentine afternoon I waa^walking with an American by tne swift-^flowing Arno. It seem* to me that there is^no crowd anywhere cjult* like that to be j^seen on the popular promenade in an ltal- 1^ian city of an autumnal afternoon. The i^gentleman with me was an American^consul-general, James Lorimer^Just then there wan a flutter. An equipage,^neither carriage nor coupe, was approach^^ing. The turnout was admirable in its de^^tails. ^Look at the lady,^ whispered Mr.^Graham to me as he made...

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. — 26 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT* HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2^. 1889. Vices WlIHS dFrames .BUMS A,M. T. Hotel IN1887. _^lira Accotti^^^ ay ant RCO Lumber ntion.Corre^^4. P Depot ora Paten:. itbs LlOtl offiob.^^ ntane. May II. ^*^. '^n^l I dmonrt Tandy.^I - m N.UI. Th mu t,i'. o r^^*^-^i'^^t, .1l^. NeUl, Jr , whose^irnv Lewi* end ^ !^^^^ \ZmUiad'iifi)'' ^^o^^l beerta,: jflMMi^-trirt. ouaty of Lewie^t Montane, and deelg he^- follows, to-wl' ^S^sw^^ aeH^ ^ ^ If ^*! ** .tuVH M; ins ew^^, embracing SSOWMtB) MIs r^-' i'n^''. In tbe re^t i . lar.e roanty M T. I,| J lftM, J'A. r-^ Ml fcX.ll ^.*- anVao*u Any^e-sel, n^ ; rtlon of^ired to fi.'e thrt: ed^i-l. r ! : ^^ nl-ed ^-^t^e^- territory of M^ ttuil,^vl of pHMlB tete-^^y Ttrta* of the provte IStill' 'KMt Begieter. mBonds MUIRGLACIER. VividDescription of the Mother of^Icebergs. Pressing Constant^^ly to the Sea. theglacier's artillery: it was the echo of^the ttrtncr'a whistle ringing along the^glens of :he mountains, softened, ind^-^-^l.^by distance, ...

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. — 26 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 38,1889. BETTERBITTER. W.C. Child Establishes a Creamery^and Proposes to Show What^Montana Can Do. His MagnificentRanch, and How^Conducts His Very Exten^sive Business. He Narku.f.,r th^- l.ar*e.t rrrimrr; inthe World ^A Rig Thing^for Montana. ThereIt no finer ranch in Montana than^the ranch of W. C. Child, which embraces^thousands of arrt-s in Lewis and Clarke^and Jefferson counties. It is situate about^six Utiles from Helena in the Prickly Pear^valley and embraces all kinds of soil from^the fertle bottom land to the uplands rich^in nutritious erasses and where cattle and^horses thrive and grow fat. The valley^is all covered by ditches and Mr. Child^rallies immense amounts of grain and hay.^Through the enjoyment of his water rights^he is in a condition to raise anything that^can be raised by irrigation and does so.^I .art'' crops of potatoes, roots of all kinds^and vegetables In profusion showing how^wonderuliy proline the soil is. M...

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