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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 2 June 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 1^,4. mm 7LENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE -2, 1889. FfYECENTS HERSHFIELDADD'N. Snuatedon Montana Avenue Just North^of Flower Garden Addition. TheSite of this Addition is a B-antiful Knoll, and the Scenery^on all Sides is Unsui P.aBB-d. f^^ BUILDING HAS ALREADY^COMMENCED.The CATHOLIC COLLEGE GROL^ DS adjoinit on thk north. Only six minutes walk from the^Northern Pacific Depot. LargeLots, Cheap Prices, Eary Terms SixtyLots sold the first day the Addition was or the Market.^No better Lots were ever Offered in this City foi Safe Invest^^ment and Quick Profits. WALLACE^THORNBURGH, SoleAgents, Roomn 1.2 and 3, Second Floor First National Bai.k .Building, En^^trance corner Grand and Jackson street*. A\ TERY WASTE. Milesam- miles of Railway Tracks^Washed Away. Bridges Gone^and Trains at a Standstill. TneImmense Works of the Cambria^Iron Company. Destroyed Entail^^ing a Loss Of Millions. Flood* in Maryland and Want Virginia^Canning- loa of Life and Great^Damage to P...

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. — 2 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 2.1889. ATURF TROPHY. Oneof the Plates that Spokane Wore^in the Derby Received as a Souvenir. TheTwin Cities Preparing for Their^Derby^Making Large Engrav^^ings of Spokane. RaringMatter* of lnter^~.t ('leaned From^all Siiurrf^The Fourth of July^Proicranimv. Turfmatters nave been rather quiet dur^^ing the week. Dotting tn mar the daily^work arthe fair grounds only the accidents^of laat Monday. ^^ S. ia not as badly in^^jured a* at first supposed. He has not been^worked since he ran into the fence and Mr.^Laffertv says lie is not lame. The horses^axe all doing good wor^. TheAmerican Derby at Chicago is about^the only subject talked of among horse^^men. A letter from Mr. Armstrong states^that Spokane is looking very well and will^have him perfectly fit in the great race of^June 22. SecretaryTope yesterday received from^Messrs. Armstrong and Hundley a beau^^tiful souvenir of the Kentucky Derby and^its winner. It is one of the plates whi...

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. — 2 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY UOBNTNO, JUNE 2,188a WASNOT ALLOWED Th Claimof Donnell. Lawson^Simpson Against the Estate ofL V. Stiles CaseThat Mas Attracted Consid^erable Attention Disposed of^by Judge Blake. Juris;'Howry Su^t^in^-^l in Hi- !^^^^ ^-!^^^^^Krjr^liiiK the Claim ^^r the JudgeB,^ke renl^-r.-il an important de^^cision yesterday, which will prove of In^^terest to a great many p^--^ple in HWena^who are ac^iu*inted with the case. The^decision is in full as fallows: Inthe matter of the Stiles estate, in^which an app-al ha* heen taken by D ^n-^nell, Lawson an t s.iupeor) and Kooert H.^Wi^-ms, from the action of the prolate^court in rej-etini^ what was termed claim^N i. 2*. I tmm examined the pap rs. and^h -.ve arrived at certain conclusions, and^haw made hndings of fact, which areas^follows: Inthe district court ef the first judicial^dirtric'- ot trie turrit ^ry of Montana, in and^for the county M L-wn and (^lark--, in the^matter of the au|.t-al of DtiataMU, Lawson^and ...

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. — 2 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE % 1880. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT- Decoration Day Made The Occasion^of Several Pleasant Excursions^Into the Country. The^Independent's^ Correspondent^Witnesses a Rural Dance, with All^the accompaniments. literaryClub Entertainment^ The Dla^-^,maa Home - The Rarh-Childa Wad^^ding^Notes. Thepast week, while hardly calculated^to make the society youth of Helena very^blase, was marked by several events which^nay be said to have pasted off with (treat^eclat, and all of which were thoroughly^enjoyed by those participating. The much^talked-of picnic took place as advertised,^despite the fact that the day was hardly^what the fascinating counter-jumper would^term ^selected goods.^ Pluvius, however,^condescended to shut up shop for the day,^leaving rude Boreas alone master of the^ladies' bangs and the situation. Thepicnic party left Helena at 8 a. m. in^every conceivable kind of vehicle, from the^aristocratic landeau down to the common,^every-day stage...

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. — 2 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, JTNE 2, 1889. rpiiii j 4 TkTf C! ^f woman Is sur^erior to that of men. If no^r UK L 11L LAJJl L^5.distinction be allowed in the original TheGeorge Francis Train of Eng^^lish Nobility and Some of^Her Queer Doings. BlancheWillis Howard and How She^Wrote the Book which Made^Her Reputation. constitutionof human nature, the superior^^ity which can hardiy be denied by any one,^may be due to terrier education. Wnm^-n^have ieM contact with the hard side of bus^^iness and the world than men. They are^indoors, or m^ rge only in the amenities of^society. Much more than men they come^in contact with what softens and refines the^tastes and manners. Of the xreat redemp^^tive system of love and sacrifice, too, wom^^an's appreciation has ever been finer and^! fuller than that of the other sex. Women Why More V*.oion That (karcb-Sdi Kehau and Her Sister^M '- t.arUelsV- Atetn.l j.adyFlorence Dixie, who is nothing if^cot eccentric and original, and who is ...

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. — 2 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1880. THEIiNDEPENDENT neiena,Mont., Jane B, i (**. muH^D Iiui loum Kxcsrr Moiiui. ;U^( S.Mii^ . PCB. CO.. publishers. DBLi'iT.OS OFFICB. BKOADWAY. TERMSOF SUB$^ RIPTIOS ytt~- :^^ecrtbere, hy carrier. p^r nontbfl ^^ n.Meli-per year ** OnTru! t., newsboys and -veers stands.... ^ ^-f^Wse*l^. per year*^ OFFICIALPAPER OF tiff/S JAX^CLARKE UMUUI. T*eINDEPENOEN r htl e larger c^ , circula^^tor than mi eewaoeper between 81 Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^atnar two dai'v pipara pubitehed in Montana-^it hit no praft, roam aacrata, it, aunacrlptlon^loju irt opon to impaction, and It Is alwars^raady to prove tnai ita circulation la aa rapre-^t an,ad Cniaredat the PoatofRca at Helena a, second-^slats matter ik. .1 i k ^ i i unMUunt v bb^Our rfpublican coutemporaries have^bet-u keeping Delegate Carter out on^dress parade ever since his windfall last^November. The latent dodge was to trot^him off to Washington with a soundin...

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. — 2 June 1889

urad-^re men^;et one Lan(or^collar^ilar, or^: what^)ensive^articles r. MING partof the^t i^ ilt*^-lared^i-truin part^Mi and th.-^'^as read by^morning in^If the text of^Or. Abbott 'lieMUrTttsaor aacontain-^rum an cmi-^in and editor^^ ^lief in the^^leath. ntof the^staid regards^i- MS body^-;n of iu^Dr. Ab-^me, took the^responsible .irtherIn the^Calvinistic^terry was not^^tie race aa^t limited by^fitly man re-^color line in^senihly, and^uld be intro-^association tto any Hefound^^ to believe^was limited^I tound that^I have been^nr rt-t-esftea of^have forgot-^door of tils IEF. 1m mTon.^uit tailor. No. ooms.room^elevator.^einraJ and^'^epmtf and^ml the east,^daily at 11:io urriedfrom^Ii i tion of ^utcrystal^in deaiirn, gimporta- tmt from a dNew York :the east.^^^nn^^iMeur'a^e line ot art^tal. cut glass^i are uni.jue^a visit of in- ET3. .% $IM .W. la. ..^ w.^t win* cobLQM^P^^l batIke^atal. which roe*^i^n* broker. I rflng. s .;and a rally^^M baa broaght Iof ih* opaa- IIand arm at ^,s,HTH;^^*...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 2 June 1889

TIIF.DAILY INDEPEXDEN'T: IIKLENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JITXE X.188S. BLUELIGHTNING. hPlays the Duse at Three Forks^Prostrating a Number of Men^in a Bar Room. TwoIndividuals Playing Poker Un^^disturbed, Though Their Chairs^are Spl'rtered. s.l.. of ^hw^ Kipped ^ i,h More .Skill^Than thr kfM*|i Cobkler Oneof the queerest freaks of lightning^ever reported comes from Three Forks, a^little town a few miles west of Bozetuan.^Three Forks is a typical western hamlet,^and boasts of one saloon, a restaurant,^grocery and poetoffice combined, a barber^^hop and cobbler's shop in one and a few^dingy residences. At this time it is over^^crowded with idle men waiting for a job^on the railroad, which is being built C.^Callahan is the proprietor of the only^saloon, and at present is visiting Helena.^He is a man who would have no object in^telling a falsehood. In speaking^of times and business at Three Forks,^Mr. Callahan said that ordinarily the little^burg Is as solemn as a grave^^yard, and throughout the...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 June 1889

ThaIndependent la Well BejaJpped worn Taw promptexecution^Of all Order* tor^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, an* Fin*Work or All Kino*. LealiifMefsjaperefloitaia att-bT-i ^ News, LOCALaj TELEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising Medium. VOL. 30- NO. 155 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Lovis Block,^main street. Thestudent of economy wil^ponder over huge tomes to learu^the science of economy, and^finds himself rewarded after^many years of study and wast^^ing much of midnight oil. Had^he but k nown as much as Hel^ena people a preat deal might^have been I aved, for practical^illustration can be found at 19^Sonth Main Street. Howmany people in Helena^will show their appreciation if^we show them what our goods^cost^ See here. Wesold more children's waists^last week than every other store^combined. Why is it^ Simply^because we sold them cheap.^We are still at it. And will^continue until the stock is gane.^We offer u...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORXIXG. JTXE 4, 1880. THEINDEPENDENT rielena,Mont., Jan.- 4, l~fe9. rtrsusasD*txbt MOBXrS. Kxcwtt MoanaT.^INDirKNDBST rUB. co^ PUBLISHaKS. L'BLICATll^ OFFIC*. BKOADWAV TERMSOF SVBSrHIPTIOS^Ztj Snhwrt'ier*, by carrier, per month ByMatl-i^er yf^^ jnTrains, i . newsttors ^a^j ^^^*^ stand*.^*'^*ny. ;r^r year .Set*$3 ub QFFHIALI'APER OF LEWIS AKL^CLARKE DMnT -1 N f ft NOE N r ha* ^ larger dally clrcula-^,on man an^ newspapar Mtwaan St Paul and^^ortlartd and a largar circulation than any^ataar two dally papara publlahad In Montana,^t nti no pras* roam *ecr*t^, its subscription^aook* ara ooen to maaoction. and It is alwavs^r.adV to prove tnat its circulation le aa repre^^sented Enteredat the PoetorTtce et Helena ee eecond-^^ sis snattar. MK.^ AKTt K r..\|-|..\l^^. Thefollowing communication wan re^^ceived last night from I^elegate Carter,^explaining the charge that he hail ap^^peared at Washington an a paid attorney^iu the hearing before the secretary...

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 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 1889. ders! WORKOF JUDGE LYNCH. him-*^ii Earth. RTH and the ess,Etc. idBozeman. - CUR1IIH puildmg t tilB bod*,^and LUl Pumpt.^irs, C^; pouters' Tooif us^AGO RIV -ve*. RANGE., iterCuolera.^wware, Glaiie^lerican Cutltry^it-era Ch c It ^l 3^u ^ HoodK r ic. tU tadaii-^t n . A com if in ftcum in. OFFICE .alxn-atorv.^and, Broadway,Hrlena,^). Box 71*1. Paper velties. 2-114BDWAY XKOIM). satherlv, FICE. iken^ Lambert^-morandums, Pic-^^y Carriages and v, RGY, jldingsand Finishing^C nstantly on Hand ^street. MHkni No. a us!-;na.m. t. _AS, Prop'rs- ONJAl'KSOS 8TRKKT;^^Hou MAIN STRKKT. ,in the City.^ON TAP. atthe eLr LOTBU ROBBERS OF DEAD PUNISHED. HungarianG^iou'i Suffer for Their^Crime* at the Hands o* an In- dgrant People. witha lame shoulder. I aold him a bottle^of Chamberlain's I'ain Balm and guaranteed thatit would pure birn. lie came in again^last .^ t. and as mno as be got inside tbf^door besjao to swing his arms over his bead^like 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 June 1889

THEDAILY ESTDEPENDEX1: HELENA. TUESDAY MOKKIXG. JUSTE 4, 1880. ISIT _A_STEAL SeriousAikgaiions Lodged Against^Prominent Citizens of^Great Falls. Accused o^ Jumping School L.nds^Under the Guise of Placer^Claims and Quarries. ApFllf.,lo..H^DK Had. fr P^^t. U.^Thrr* HmdrHl ^nd Twenty A. re-^IB Section Thlrtjr-Si^. (ireatKail* is reported to be in a itate of^nc.tenant orer U:e accuaation that a num^^ber ot ita prominent rituena are enn****l^in a bid lan^t steal involving thousand* ot^_J.J HI III^ lnone^f the (ireat^KalU paper*, mining applications Nos.^^2T.fi and 2.14 have been appearing regular^ly since May 2, MM, invitingadverse^their claims within The claimant*to pre^ent^sixty day. alter the first publication^t,me will e^.lre the M of the present^month. The lands for which patents are {ortheU patent* ire I'ans (i.baon Jaaies^W Matkiu.- Herbert O. Chowen. os 1.^rnowen, (ieV.rge 1). liud.l.ngton. Charle*^\i Webster Arthur K luctenuan and (.real Kalis. Montana ternary. Ttu lana^nuVieati...

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 June 1889

is Blouses ! resses, LIN,GER'Y. lusivepatterns,^rade. They are^w and uncom-^them at prices^j. Ladies who^3 line of Chil^^li on us before^II be pleased to^vish to buy or ithe Way of^;e a Specialty^5. Our Mid-^Weight Wor- ;rs,Ponces.^Fabrics, ^or^Specialty of^Goods Enjov^his Season's^an Elaborate^and Shelves^ry Branch o^;. Our Spring^;ering Display^re and Desir^is Worthy of asyChairs. A Clean^ins and willing to do^t'r^*8criptioa l^e-j)ar^-^ptions disi^^*nsed as^itovp are all to \w macv, HotterBlock. isiijnnientsSolicited.^^ilTerent Smelters^Bidder. i'abCompany. Telephone^Montana Central railroad ters,SMckers, Nose Bags,^kept in a tlrst-clasH har nSt., Helena, M. t. GeneralManager. allmodern conve-^ence street, lot 40x 175E. Bridge Street, cellar, Peoeta Ave-^^t 5oxl25 ft. Prioe l4ofeet, on Eleventh^t. Price fl,6o0, each cheaplots inHelena^Acre Property ripe^Chance. laWeU Equipped mm ths promptexecution^Of all Orders tor^Oomntrcji Printing. nowPrinting, ^M Fin*Work of All KlnOt titm tu...

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 June 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOP.NTNG. .TUNE 5, 1889. TREINDEPENDENT delena, Mont..June 5, lsSfc. era^^* gx-sirMoron. J||| I^ n^ CO.FC^U^H^IW. obucat.osoprica. UKOADWAi. TEBJfSOf *VBS^ RIPTIUK^;,^. sa:*^rl!^er.. ^r carter. per mouth.... *-*e*lj.I*' f^ 1 .^ (^^..Scte^. .13 t^ OFFICIALPAPER CLARK*tmmmrr. OF LEVIS ASU federatecontingent who made their^headquarters in Canada and there^planned the burning of northern cities^and the assassination of union leaders^,^has been actively connected with the re^^publican party for a considerable period^of time. It is men of the Tucker stamp^who naturally gravitate towards the re^^publican party, where thvy find con gen^^ial associations. Chalmers, of the Fort^Pillow massacre renown. now a leader^in the republican party in Mississippi,^and Mosby, the guerrilla, has had his re^^ward in the form of a lucrative office in^the consular service. It is a trifie late^in the day for republicans to object to^consorting with the black sheep of th...

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 June 1889

Self-Guider. ozeman. AFamily ANGES. mas'eaapssst f-acM ol MlII Til cartway,Helena,^Box 711. tentlon.Corre^-^N. P Depot i^ Lambert^randums, Pic-^Carriages and ;irsand Finishing^stantly on Hand *t. Tslspbons No i faKLKNA.m. T. rop'rs- \JACKSON 8TRKKT;^l MAIN STRKKT. TIfEDAILY iyDEPEyDEyT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUKE 5, 1889. UTAH'SGREATEST MINE. THE ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT. DividendsIt Hat Paid and Millions It^Has Produced tor Haggin,^Tewis ^ Hearst. Oneof the beat known mining proper^^ties In toe MM .State*, or in the world,^for that matter,^ says the Mining and Sci^^entific Press. 1* the Ontario mine in Par^^ley's Park, Utah, owned by UagKin, Tevis^and Hearst, of New York and .San Fran^^cisco. TheOntario was discovered on July 19,^1872, by a man named Herman Oudden^lie. with his partners, did considerable^work on the vein, which showed up so well^that K. 11. Chambers offered them {90.0UO^for it a few weeks later, and his offer was^taken. Mr. Chambers was the representa^^tive of Hagg...

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 June 1889

THEDAILT INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNTNG. TTNE 5, CITYCOUNCIL. TheChargres of Cruelty Against Po^^lice Officer Mosea Quentin^Investigated Witnessesfor the Prosecution Swear^One Way, But Their 8tory^Is Disbelieved. ROYALLYREMEMBERED. .1ud^r B^cb i KwiieWed- Is E^merm*r* mu* til^.b HI* Old^Position ob the force-Other^Bunines*. Thecity council met last evening In^special session. Mayor Fuller in tbe chair.^Present, Aldermen Lissner, Donnelly,^Harrison, Loeb, Brown. Dunn, Adkinaon,^Washburn, Thieme, Alien, Kicbards. Itwas ordered that the tire ristern on the^corner of Benton avenue and Lawrence^street be filled. AldermanLoeb offered a resolution in^^structing the city clerk to advertise for^proposals to rent the sewerage farm for a^term of three years. Carried. Burke4 Fitzgerald, contractors for^sewer work, appeared and complained^against City Engineer Miller, claiming^tbey were being imposed upon. The mat^ter was referred to the sewerage commit Onmotion of Alderman lx^eb the cou...

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. — 6 June 1889

/ mis Blouses ! Dresses, RLIN,GER'Y. elusivepatterns,^^ trade. They are^new and uncom-^1 them at prices^ale. Ladies who^Dae line of Chil^^ean on us before^will be pleased to^i wish to buy or inthe Way of^ake a Specialty^sts. Our Mid-^nt Weight Wor^^kers, Pongres,^e Fabrics. For^a Specialty of^ur Goods Enjoy^This Season's^an an Elaborate^s and Shelves^very Branch o^ng. Our Sprine^usering Display^sive and Desir-^i is Worthy of n Our Midst! leE:isy Chairs. A Clean^ixioua :^nd willing to do^\ Preacriptioa l)epart-^srriptions dis]^^n8ea as^if a Dove are all to be ConsiiromeatiSolicited,^lie Different Smeltera^heat Bidder. kxaCab Company. Telephone^Liid Montana Central railroad U Saddles, Dusters.Slickers. Nose Basra,^nally kept lu a llrst-class har- ,Main St., Helena, M. T. 3i*CX3.t3-C'tS. et. KK,tieneral Manager. Nearthe City. ,$20 to $35 a foot. Th*Independent l^ Well Kanlpt ed | POR TBS promptexecution^of all Ur4era for^Coirtmarclal Printing, Sho* Printing, and Fine Work of All Kinds ...

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. — 6 June 1889

thedaily ixdj EXT:HELENA, tBTBSDAY MORXTXG. JOE 6, THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., June 6, \-bv. BrxsTloam Bxcbtt Hoiiui. INDEPENDENTPUB. CO^ PUBLISHERS. cblicationofpicb. BROADWAY termsUV SUBSCRIPT!^* XaSutrscrtbers. ^r carrier, per ^-ootb$1 * HiMall^par ^***:.*Jr joTrUflP, l. newsboys u^d Vfl stands .^^*^^*eeiJy, psr fAr orruiALi'aplr or LtWIX AKLi^clarke i ocvtf. TIMINDEPENDENT Ul ^ larger o^ . clrcula-^lon tnar. any eaweoaper between St. Paul and Portlandana a larger circulation than any^ataar two da ^ papers pubhsned In Montana.^^ X nas no press roam secrets, It* subscription^eooaa ara opan to inapaction, ana it is alwaya^ready to prove mat ita circulation la aa repre^^sented enteredat tie PoetorBce at ^t ft aa second -^^ laaa metter. MMIKTV'S AIII.IM K. Theevolution of Montana society from^frontier condition* to an advanced civil^^ization i^ strikingly illustrated t y the^conviction of Robert* at Hutte. Court^wan in session at the time when he com^^mitted the in .r :-r fur whijh ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, Wlx .v^DAY MOfcNING, ,rTJXE ^, 1889. AMONGTHE RAILROADS. ATCHISONS GOOD SHOWING, Annual Meeting o^ the Rock Island^^ Railway Building the^Northwest. AdvertisedLetters. Lettersfor the following pt-rsons remain^oncallfi tor at the Helena, M.T., uostoflice^on June 1. In railing fur them please say^^advertised. UENTI.KMKN'SI.I8T. Allen,S. K.^Allen, James^\:n.-': . Alt^Hallou, J^Barnes. K. T.^Ifc-oker, E. L* Adams,Henry^Anderson, V. J.^Armstrong, u.^I'.arret t. Frank^Kuchaman. M.^Behlk, Max iientwuKlio(iermano Herthel, Felix I). Behren.-,Charles^Blake, Kred a.^Boyd, Hillman^Brooks, K. Uoyd^liurke, William K.^Huran, E. K. (3)^Brown, H. V.^Camppell, K. C.^Christen, Wm.^Clark, A. at^Clay Urn, f. K.^Connors. Thomas^Coulter, Kd C.^Coleman, John^LKMtget, L).^Dohohue. James^I^ann. Thomas^Eller, W. 11.^Ellison, Joseph II.^Erie, C J.^Kaxson, T. S.^KergU!..iii, MotiriK-^Kelt. C U.^Finn. Krank x^Fletcher. Kichard^Foster. C. E.^Fowler, John T.^Krvemnn, Williem^Glynn. Wi...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 June 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENDEX't: HELENA. THfRKDAY MORKIXG. 3VTTB S, I8S0. AJOYOUS EYEHT. Marriageof Miss Kate Child to^Judge Bach, of the Territor^^ial Bench. TheCeremony Witnessed by a Large^Concourse, Assembled in St.^Peter's Church. AKt,,|itioDlltli.lhllcTa Kesldraue. At-^l, i. :^^! b^ Prominent sooi.t* i'ropltr ofH^le-w^. Thewedding ^^t Miss Kate Child* and^Judge Bach, yeaterday. proved, aa it waa^anticipated it would be, the ncial event of^the glimmer reason, and the church waa^crowded lona be ore the ceremony began^Among thoae present in the church were^ex-^r^Y. I.ealie and family. Col. Handera,^Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Flak, Mr* Wood^bridge. MiM Smith, Mrs. Tooker, Mrs. May,^Mr*. BabrcKk. Mm. Bishop Brewer, Mia*^Mmti Mi^s I'roaaer. Mrs. tiotkin. Miss^Wade. Mr. anil Mrs. Buck. Mr. and Mrs.^Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bach, the Misses^Kl^.werr-e. Mr and Mrs. H-rve) Barbour.^Mr. and Mrs. W. C Child, Mr and Mrs. E.^O. Child. Mrs. I(^. S. Huntley. Mina \ oung.^Miss N'ewcomtie, Mrs ard Miss Carpenter,^Mrs....

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