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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 May 1889

o\^ V * v^\\. vcve. Thtludrpri^d(iill^ Well Foulpfed pom tub promptexecution^^rf all orders for^Commercial Printing, Snow Printing, and FinaWork of All Klnsa LealiiiNewspaper of Montana I Allt^h e js^ews, jLLari TILKBAPHIC. Sylzrs/ Circulation. Jest Advertising' Medium. VOL. 30^NO. 149 HBLfiNA, MONTANA TERR I I OK i , TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2c^. 1889. HERSHFIELDADD'N. TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Lmjh Block,^main street. Situatedon Montana .rue.Just North AHELENA STORE that car^riets as large a CLOTHING^stock as any tircn wefot of Chi^^cago AHELENA EI KM that han^dies the productions of the raj^driest manufacturers of the^country. AHELENA S'rOCK that is^marked in plain figures, and^the only one in the ritv that is^STRICTLY ONE TRICE. ofFlower .,oen Addition. The^^ite of this Addition is a Beautiful Knoll, and the Scenery^on all Sides is Unsurpassed. 13^^BUILDING HAS ALRE U^ V^COMMENCEDThe CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROUNDS^adjoin it ox mi north. Only six minutes walk from the^Northern Pacific Depo...

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. — 28 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 28, 1888. THEINDEPENDENT -lelena,Mont., May 2S, 1V89. p-jama-an BtibtMoawisa Kxcsrr MonuT. IMDstr'S'NDa'STPL^8. CO., PUBLISHKKS. UBLICATiUIlOFPIC^. BROADWAT rrsjfs^^v nvnscKiPTiox jttyS-.hncrl hem. by carrier. per month$1 a.Mill - l*~r year ji,Train^, t n^w^^^jya u^ -^ewi llanns.^Jkesaly. per y*n* $3 OFFICIALPAi'LR OF LKfTIS AND^CLARKE COVSTY. nmINOEPENOENT Ml ^ larger fl^ r clrcula-^MtwMn 61 Paul and lewspae'* circulationthan any^publiaheo In Montana. Ionthan any^^ortinnd and a larger^|M i^o dally papers^I xaa no p'sse roam secrete, its subscription^nooks srs span to inspection, and It Is always^*ead^ to prove tnat it* circulation la aa repre^^sented Enteredat the PoetofSce at Helena at second -^tlaat matter. rthii-h tn^ mm m k.^-^ntfwition han already been called in^the new* column*, of the Indepexdknt^to the outcome of the investigation into^the doings of the l : States marshals^and their deputies in Oklahoma upon^the date of the...

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. — 28 May 1889

M. IANGES. rCoole^8.^vare, Gir.sa^lean Cutlery gGoous ^u\ lly, zCTJRTIK. ing and Finishing^nstantly on Hand rest Telephone No. 4. Lklkna.M T. NJACKSON STRKET;^^* MAIN STRK-T. nthe City.^ON tap. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 2^,^1889. CRONIN'SBIG FUNERAL. SERVCES AT f HE CATHEDrtAL. Hadit not been for Dr. King's N^w l^i^-^covtry tor i'^msumi.tion 1 would have died^of lunjc troubles. VVaa givt-o up by doc^^tor*. Am now in beat of health. Try it-^Sample bottles free at R. s. Hale Jk Co.'*^drugstore. Irishmenfrom all Over he Country^Pay the Last Sad Honors to^His Memory. C'UKago, Ml) T..^The funeral of l^r. P.^H. CroDin jenv-rday was a notable affair.^Kroai one end of the procession to the^other, through endlets crowds, among the^throng in the great cathedral, as train after^tr-iin paec-d the fatal cott*ge and sped^toward Cal very cemetery, the dead n.an's^late was present in every mind. The^corpse h^d been lying in the Armory on^the Lake Iront. and there early in 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. — 28 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 1889. AGAINSTFOOTE. JudgeBlake Renders a Decision in^What is Known as the Lot^Jumping Cases. Mrs.Ming, the Plaintiff, is Sustained^and the Judge Gives His Reasons^in Detail. fullTtil of thr Urrlnliin Whl^ h Will^Haw Hcarlui la 'ImiUr ( aa^ 1 ct to^.* I^^-t^-rm i nrsJ. fiaaterdaymorning Judife Blake ren^^dered Ms decision in the cast- of Katnerine^l. Minif vs. tieorge 11 Foote et al., against^tbe defendants. The decision will affect a^Dumber of similar cases. The history of^the case determined is about as follows:^Mr. Foote and others applied to 1'rohate^.) udirr Clements for lots 1.'A 3, blot'k 417.^llt-Kna townsite, according to the Mcln.^tire nurvey. The lots front on Eighth av^enoe, just west of the rentral school house,^and Jjdife Clements on representations^made isnued the deeds. The lots are also^claimed by Mrs. Ming under a deed from^Probate Judge Ililger to Ming and Weils,^which deed simply describes the propi rty^as lot...

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. — 29 May 1889

Bros. )OClSi ofWhile Goodf^ii_'h ^-ur EasDiii I tiy-^i-i -iv,- unfMtlMI.^itGo- **^ i^^ our ^ us-^fore. \\V Iiuvh UDSCOkS, rictorifcLawns, saiid Linen Lawns :eStriped Namtook: IBS'EMBROIDERED sof K^^*-c}i]iij^8 Fine Lwnn ^^ xliibition BIGSUCCESS! a^Monshri that longer. tos., M.1 LEI1S nthe Way of kea Specialty s. Our Mid- :Weight Wor- ers,Ponges,^Fabrics. For^i Specialty of^r Coods Enjov^his Season's^1 an Elaborate^and Shelves^^ry Branch o^^. OurSprine^^ering Display^ve and Desir-^is Worthy of KLEIN. Houses D'S, AY. )lingCo. ribieimientsSolicited.^^ito-rerit Sine-lte-rs^t Hidtle-r. ih Comi-any. Telephone^Montana Central railroad Saddles, rue.--.-'. fters,flicker-. \^we IU\^^ k.-pl in a lirst - class har- inSt.. Helena. M. T. CO., isuranee Iwayacn Hand' x Helena. gestCompanies. doe:, 17, l= [A. mpany mentalBrick '.t-neral Manager. SiCO., gandInsurance^3 Block. illmodern ronve-^nce street, lot 4ox 9E Bridge Street, ellar.Peos-ta Ave-^*.oxl2^^ ft. Price |0feet, on Eleventh^Price $1,W^0,...

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. — 29 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDE3^ 1: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 18P9. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., May 29, 1*69. INDKPSNDSNTPUB co.. PLBLJSIiBRB. aaUBAHMWW ^ BROADWAY. TERMSof SCBSCRlPTtuN mmMMM bT carrier. per month,1 ^J i^JIHl-e^ eaas........-; By *sfcly. per 7*** iTrains, OJM*p si^i lew. stands... .Sett OFFICIAL PAPER Or LEWIS Abb clarkecovstt. TeeINDEPENDENT ha* a larger a* it ClrCula-^ion than any aewepaper Between 8t Paul and^Portland and a larawr circulation than any^.^re- two daily papers published in Montana.^i naa no praaa roam aocrat*, it* subscription^^oossars opon to inapactlon. and it is always^.Ma, ro pro^* that ii* circulation la a* rep '^^as mad Eniaradat tna Poatomca at Helena aa second-^^ la*s matter. a*^ BMt or Oil U K HOLUEKS. r ^ ii:ni: Adam^, ^^f one of the^Chicago district*, kM a -^-h^*ne. It is a^novel one, but withal not such an one *-^is likely to commend itself to the repub^^lican Instincts or principles of the^American peoi^Ie. Mr. Adams' scheme^is based upon...

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. — 29 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPEN DENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 2S, 1889. 3 NOTESFROM A LIVE TOWN rices HiWipe tadFrames ALBUMS NA,M. T. iCURT IN ua,M T , uilding ARE Nalib k9u-oocu^ud Lift Pump:..^Carpenters' Isssi ACORN fkDC f HDllli RANGES. terCooler*,^tow are, GU*b^frican Cutiery^l^ers 6 - ^v si i ngOooils Bte*, Eu lY$Qi^ui II IB* |tor ^ ,^ BMaajse* SULLY, *CURT1N. v, RGY, Idingrsand Finishing:^| nstantly on Hand imd Telephone No. *. HELENA,at. T. Las, Prop'rs- KON JACKSON^ STREET;^| . m MXI.N ^TRKKT. inthe City.^ON TAP. tOTBL. LIVINGSTONABREAST THE TIMES MemorialDay Preparations^To Com^pletethe Catholic Church^Pros^^perous Building Association. ;-pnialto tt.e^uiicbt burglars IIIIMIIIWMay 'SI.^iDrt^p^O'Vnt ]-Saturday^enf^-r^-^l t;.- hirdww store of ISatw-cjrk A^^Baa, SB Mt,n strwt. Thr-y ror^l^-^l Mta till^of *^-^-ur^^ii about a doz^n revolvers,^num^r^.us kaivr-n and other plunder.^eral f~-tty theirs have be*-ri n-p ^rte^l of lat^-^and Mi- mar-thai tjow prop ^^^-^ to arre-t al.^parties ha...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 29 May 1889

THEdaily independent: helena. wednesday morning. may 29. 1889. ALUMBER TRUST. EffortsMaking by Helena Lumber^Dealers to Raise the Price of^Their Commodity. Severaland Accidentsat the Race Track S S. the Trotter, is In^^jured. A|-oll^'*ui^n ^trlke* a Prisoner. Who At^^tempts to KM-ap*. O.ar th* HtU^With HU Hub. MUSCLE18 MONARCH. Aneffort waa made Monday night to^told a nieetinK of lumbermen at Sanford A^tvans' ofiice. with a view to forming a^combine or trust to raise the price of lum^^ber. More building is going on in Helena^now than at any previous time, and con^^siderable rivalry exists between IuoiIkt-^men to supply customers, the result being^that no two house* sell at the same price,^and price* are being steadily cut: lumber^^ell* to-day at least *7 cheaper per thous-^ai. 1 than it did a ^^-ar ago, prices ranging^all the way from *15 to S20 per thousand^feet. Themeeting did not bring about any^result in the unsettled condition^of affairs, as one or two of the six com^panies in ...

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. — 30 May 1889

Bros. docLsI ofWhite Goodfl e-ve-r^^ ^^u^:1j our Eas*^ni bmy-^jCtetotitM* ma nufait u ii-rs.^tiit^- ^i^^i'Is to c ur CM^^ f^ i/^. We In re faiuseoks,Victoria i awus,^ks and Linen Lawns^ice Striped Naiiicook: !1K^ KMBROIDESSD Utte-l!l. l-^^-8 of KoechliiTs Fine^Low ^^u ^ xliihiiion. BIGSUCCESS! Iso ncmifa] tLat w^^^longer. os., M.1 KLEIN nthe Way of kea Specialty ts. Our Mid- tWeight Wor- ers,Ponges,^Fabrics. For^i Specialty of^r Goods Enjov^'his Season's anElaborate^and Shelves^ry Branch o^Our Spring^sering Display^ye and Desir^is Worthy of KLEIN, Houses AD'S, AY. )lingCo. WfeMtlSoli^ited.^iffereal BaMltan^Bidder. ahCompany. Telephone^lloateu Central railroad Mt'ss. ! r^. SI'rkerM, Nose Hairs,^kept in a first-class har^^tal St., Helena, M. T. C0.,^nsu ranee iways^ n Hand^to Helena,^^gest Companies. CK. mpany imentalBrick klixcrts.(JcMll Manager. CO., |gand Insurance^iJ Block. nilmodern ON Ve^^nice ^UllBt, lot 40X |BE Bridge Street, ellar,PeOOta Ave-^tOxtSB ft. Price pOfret, on Eleve...

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. — 30 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEN'T : HELENA. THURSDAY MORXIXG. MAY 30, THEINDEPENDENT Helena,-Mont.. May 30, lt^69. rNjausasDSvut xtoasiaa axcaTT MoSUAT. lXDKiXU**T PUB. CO.. hCBLISHSKS, cbucat:usokkicb. HKUAllAAt . taTJaaswof vcwKMtrrtmm JitsSaNsrrl's-rs, f^y citw, |^r month....^Bt 'Xall ~l^er I^. Train-,^^*^~-si^, per , .-^^v^i'i^n^1 -lews ttaao ..^ on^%i m clakkilootum. OF Off IS a XIi thanthe three which the return- to the^clerk of the house of representative*^show. The inference is unavoidable that^it is the intention of the republicans to^decide the sixteen contests which will^come up according to the dictates of^party necessity rather than upon the^merits of the respective cases. Thecorrespondence alluded to points^out that with the present small republi^^can majority it would be possible for the^democrats to break a quorum at any^time they saw fit. Besides, tw^^ mem-^'^^^!^- on the republican side are in such^poor health that it ia doubtful if they^will ever take their -eat- again in THE...

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. — 30 May 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELEN, THl'KsDAY MORNING. MAT 30, 188.). Prices andWaps ;sand Frames 0ALBUMS ena,M. T. CURTil. !ena,M. T., lorsIn 3ui Id i ng^/\ 1^. fcf, jeNans,^Ith'e Ooodb,^mi Litt Pump*,^Us Carpenters' loyi* lus^ ACORN ^^oves aiand h^in i y RANGES aterCoolers,^iwware, QUk*^lerican Cut'^*^ry^Imber. Oooas ana^ltnj^ Goods. Etc. fit* BOM mo', v4^ StnC- US it-600 D3 II Til CURTIN. Y, RGY, |ulding-and Finishing:^Constantly on Hand street. Telephone No. liSLKNA.M T AS , Prop'rs- K^^N JACKSON STRKKT;^^KoM MAIN STRKKT. inthe City.^ON TAP. atthe R OTEL. RUSSIANSON THE COAST^. ROBBED THEIR PARISHIONERS Startling Revelations in^with the Burning^Church Connectionof a .vanWwtmci^o ^j*-cial: .-jtartlinK revt-U-^tions in MMlhi with t_e burniDK of^tin- Kumiu '-hurcti tn-v- t!.^- oth^-r day arr^commit in from many 'juartt-rs, and !aat^niiftit li. M. ^ ivosctiiritcb. a ui*-n.t^er of tne^I a' l:. who has bt-^ n frarlt-s* t-numth t^i^as-^-rt that ht- belirv^-d the tirt- waa tht-^wnrk lit a tact...

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. — 30 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELEN. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 30, 1889. ft. MEMORIALDAY. HowIt Will be Observed in Helena^and Who Will Participate in^the Exercises TheProgramme asOut by the qa. R.^Whose Graves Will be^Decorated. Ailirt-^^e^ t^^ ^^^- l^^-ll^^r.-al iu the After-^i b) aHsSsjS II N. Mass* AUil Ket.^I). J. ^l^ Ml Han. To-dayia Mera'irial day and it will be^fcttiBKly observed id Helei.a. Business ax^a rule will b- suspend-d. The banks will^be cl'jsed, no courts will If open and the^people xemrally will repair lo the ct-ine-^Wry to decorate the uravea ot the heroes^who sleep their last sleep out in Montana. ifl er l^iu*^ls,^. of the ^overnor^s stall,^will insjarct the s^ vera! military organiza^^tions at l* ovioclt a. in. The infantry and^artillery will be inspected on the court^house square, and the cavalry on the hall^grounds. o!l Helena avenue. The com^^panies ^ ill be revie Weil in time to Join the^Memorial parade, which moves from court^house square at 10:30. rlKM.kammefok hie u...

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. — 31 May 1889

5ros. dcLsI White-(iuo^ls fwr^g li our Baafe ra I'liy-^I riv^* iii:iinifa^ tur^-rrt. I-GO^^l^ l^^ MU CU9-^e^. Wr liaVe- iSCOks, ;ioriuLawns,^and Linen Lawns^Striped Mam book: :s-EMbROIDKKElJ sra. *of Kotclilifc'i P^M^i '. ^ \ L it^i i ion. 7GSUCCESS! 1 ncceesfa] that ^^^^r. 9 M CLEI1N ithe Way of^e a Specialty^Our Mid-^Weight Wor-^^rs, Ponges,^Fabrics. For^Specialty of^Goods Enjov^his Season's^i an Elaborate^and Shelves^ry Branch o^Our Sprin^^^cring Display^ve and Desir-^is Worthy of KLEIN, Houses D'S, AY lingCo. npiflrnmeatflSolicited.^I^iIf^r^nt Smelters^it Kidder. CabComi-any. Telephone^Montana Central railroad - I Sa l^ 11^ ^s, RMM, t-rn, STekerH. Nose Hiiiz-.^i kepi in a Iir^t-class har- ,inSt.. Helena, M. T. ^ CO., isuranee waystn Hand,^to BeleDa.^lgest Companies. dck, 7, i mipany mentalBrick cL-ULCts.^(^enerai Manager. C0., igand Insurance^d Block. illmodern conve-^-nce street, lot 4UX .^.E. Bridge Street, ellar,Peosta Ave-^t :^^xl25 ft. Price 4 feet, on Eleventh^t. Price *l,...

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. — 31 May 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENDEV1: HELEXA. FRIDAY MORXIXG. MAY 31, 18^f^. THEINDEPENDENT -lelena,Mout., May 31, L8M. Pub:.i-h^t^ Etebt au^^ axrarr MoirnaT. rNDEPBNDEWTpub cu.. piblishsks, ;BUCATMMiOFFICE. fch''A1JWA Y. TEfi.M' of HMCBIffitl ;irrSubtcrl'jera, *^^ curW. per month a ^ll-v^r year JmTrain*, t, n- *^V .y^ -^owe mm.^aVathaJi p^r tfur I .9 Ul .Sett.$3 U' OFFICIALVAPKR OF LEWIS AMB^CLARKE ( Ut'XTY. * rre IN3EPE MOEN T naa a larger aa II, circula^^tor than any rcwfMpar Between fat Paul and^^crt'ana and a larger circulation than any^^^^^^ twa dally aapen aubitahe. In Montana,^t nti no praaa roam aacrata; ita aubacrlptlon^eookt are open to napectlon, and It la elwava^ready to prove tnat it* circulation la aa rep*e-^aen,ed tnte-eoat the ^oetofBce at Helena as aeeona-^^ all matter. VIIII.KKI'KUIIir.U kin I All V hr.Croriby *p.ike 1^^ the litfltt of^fxpfrifucti v.hfii tit- -anl in the Frestiy- It-riaMirft-UtTal a-mt-IIlbly, oil ill .^Hal rtofidtttUtiOtid.1 prohibition Would^r^-^iil Hi ti^^- ru...

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. — 31 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING, MAT 31, 1889. ANEW MADE BRIDE LOS AOQHNn^per aadrA 3 RANGES erCooler*,^ware, Qia^^^ric^c Cutlery^3em Gooas HI.^ig (Joodi, Stc. k.: atedm custpastt suck at WOODSII Til iass l.iir llt. LfcCUP.TI24. ling'sand Finishing^nstantly on Hand Tal.frjooeNo i. liELSNA,T INJACKSON STRKKT;^^ a MAIN STRKKT. TAKENAWAY BY AN OLD LOVER Experience of An Idaho Man Who^Went to Missouri to Wed His Cousin. Carthier.Mo., special, May M The^priBfipal topic of conversation on the^strt-ets in this city to-day is lhn sensntional eiop-ui' iit^if elopement it can be- called^^of a young lady immediately after h^r^mamaa^- with her former lover. YesKlay^afternoon about 5' o'clock J. !^^. Pntchett. a^young man from Idaho, and Mis* Haniinie^Imel. a young la^ly residing in^the country near this city, called at^tfoc office of the coun'y recorder for a^marriage lir-nnsn, aft. r which they went to^the othee of the probate judge, by a|M^they were marri.il A few minuter after^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. — 31 May 1889

i THEDAILY IXDEPENDEXTs HELENA, FRIDAY MOEXIXG. MAY 31, 1889. WAR'SLESSORS. TheSurvivors of the Great Rebel^^lion Learned Them On Many a^Bloody Field. TheyRemember Those That Tasted^the Bitterness of Death and Dec^^orate Their Graves. fjM^^^^ Bawaawaai on^tl^^n^ la) K.-^. 1^. J.^McAlllUn and .IuiIkv M.nry Mm^lilakr. Memorialday was properly ob^^-rved in^Heirdi yesterday. Business as a rule was^auspeuded and U^e citiz-ns gent rally^joined together an'1 respect to the sol^^diers wlioui the lay of drum or sound of^buKi^- will never awaken. The procession,^coiiipoaed of the various military compan^^ies and civic societies, made ^juite an lin^ptiauiK display. The county and city au-^u.nrii.'-.^^: t:..- r.-i.et corps and coiuiuitteeon deoratiou, in carriages,^were a MfJotaMl fealure of the parade.^Arrivuitf at the cemetery, the marked^iira\ ea ^ ^-r^- dt corated w ah tl.iwers, and the^grave* of bxys who wore th^- gray were^covered with a profusion ot ^*ers. InISM ^:i rnoou asjMSJSl *ere h...

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. — 1 June 1889

f WhltC GrOOtll f-V^-r agfeOOI East* n I uy^*m r.vv nanafkctvivm.^t*- tjtoo i~ i^. oum ^-u^-^n \\. hav ictoiiwLawns,^and Linen Lawns^i Stiipeci NaiLtook: Ies-bmbroidered Isof K'M-rliiin's Kin**^v on ^ xhibhioa VGSUCCESS! I 8urt^-ts'ul tLut wr^n_r*- r. the Way of^;e a Specialty^;. Our Mid-^Weight Wor- irs,Ponges,^Fabrics. For Specialtyof GoodsEnjov^his Season's^: an Elaborate andShelves^ry Branch o^[. Our Sprint^iering Display^ve and Desir- isWorthy of isignnjt-ntsSolicited.^^llFt-rHiit Mne-lt^-ra^Hi.liler. t^n Company. Telephone^Molilalia ( i ntml railroad t t-r, SHrkcra, MM Bags,^kt*[^t iu a tirst-class har- inSt.. Helena. M. T. ^i^ Idles, L-acts.i^*n^*ral Manager. 11 modern couve- iCestreet, lot 40X^B E. Bridge Street, -llar,Heosta Ave-^MrsMS ft. Price 0feet, on Eleventh^Plica $l,Ooo, each i*-aplots inHelena^Acre Property ripe^ha nee. o\^ V t\.ft\ vsvor. Tk Independent I. Well Kqutpped roa rmm PROMPTEXECUTION^Of til ord*r* for^OoniMrclll Printing. ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All...

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. — 1 June 1889

THEDAILY: HELEXA. SATURDAY MOBXIN'G. .Tt'XE 1, 1880. fHEINDEPENDENT nrsusass (nilMoams* llicirrMom^aT. CO,PI BUSHIES. cbijcatio*ornc*. broadway. term'sof subscription^mm s^rt-*^. ^^JV -^^*^, 5 jiTrain*, V^Wwkiy. per veer alreadybeen made to the fund for the^public celebration, but still more money^is needed, which will, doubtless, be ob^^tained as fast as business men can be interviewed. qtyicaai.papkh of^clark* cocxty. um^ris and tMIN0EPCN0eNT M ^ larswr dally clrtula-^mmm ^^^between ^^ p^ul -nd ortlend^^^ ^ '^'^^^'^ circulation than any^sally papers published In Montana,^ro.m secrets; lt^ subscription^and It la always Thkhistorian Bancroft is a great ad^^mirer of the poetry of Emerson, Bryant^and Whittier, and hesitates to say to^which belongs the distinction of being^America's greatest poet. There is an^axiom of theology or science applicable^iu such cases, to the effect that when in^doubt it is best to lead a trump, and^therefore the venerable G. B. should un^^hesitatingly award...

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. — 1 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1889. A REMARKABLE DREAM. MAJ. PAYNE'S STRANGE STORY. TheBungling of the Bald Knobber*'^Executioners Foretold in a^Vision. Ozark^urr^^ n.deter M. Louis Globe-^DeibucrM- Of ail th- dreamt that had tor^their ^'ttiBK* Hallow* architecture and^itrantfulalioo b^rT^r^. that of M^j O. M.^Payne, senior counsel for the Bald Knob^^ber-. ti:e niabt befi.re the hanging was the^most remarkable on account of it* piienom-^ensl prophetic character. Kromthe day Bill Walker was sentenced^to ban^( b^ Judge ilubbud, in April, Iw,^Mr. Payne had said he would never see^one of the Knobbers executed. The^sympathetic attorney could not bear to^bear the verdict acainxt young Walker^announced by the j ,ry, but left the court^room tu tears *oiue minute* before^the event, having anticipated the^nndinir of the twelve men who^had retired to deli Derate on the fate of the^youthful Knobber. On the Thursday af^^ternoon before the execution Attorney^Payne attend...

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. — 1 June 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENDEJTTj HELENA. SATURDAY MORXIXG, .TUXE L 1889. MINEASP STACK. Th'0. R ^ N. Mine to be Sold to a^Syndicate, the Deal to be^Closed To-day. FrankHall, the Discoverer of the Iron^Mountain Mine, Tells the True^Story of its Discovery. Nw . ^^ i - ^^^ '^^ 1 ^ ^ ,h^ UI-MvtmUlc^Mine at i*hili|x^bura---m inlng N^il^^of Interest. Negotiationshave been pending for some^time past for the purchase of the O. K. A^N. mine, locaUtd a short distance trom the^Iron Mountain, in the Kiat creek district,^Missoula county. To day the deal will be^consummated which will transfer the O.^K. A -V to a company of responsible Hel^^ena men. It .V W. Johnson has held a^bond on the O. K. ^fc ^'., which he has suc^^ceeded in placing here. 'Ihe owners and^discovers ol the mine, J. M. liargrave and^C. W. 1'srk. arrived in the city yesterday^to receive the consideration tor which they^will sell the property. Thee* gentlemen^do nut desire to sell out entirely, having^much confidence in the future ot the ...

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