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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 June 1889

Unden*ear.at iros. in! i ..^ |^::r'm. lit.^oa iiiuiiY Chfiuise mIce ii t w\ ich W9^^ui^h \i3\i. i ^.t our MuslinJ^raw^-r^,^Um Drawers, 3-^lafMtfev1 l^ra\\^-re, i!I ir^ I r utile-, at^e- triiiimiu^r. at 4(^c^i- in ii ~] tr*. $\ ^ ach. ij_'|jt I^r^-s^^fe, lac^^N i(.rht I ^r^'t-s^-8, 2-^ik'lit Dn mi ^. tine^:nl:. -. ^ i^'ht Dress- -- l^r^ '^'ii / ^arquen is iiHo~e at f 1 a )^zen.^I NBfiMJ at 9M and rr.i-.- ^f La.lie.' Jersey .white an.I t^l up hunting^red. white urn! blue deed! ii;i budn ^1 what^iMage ^^f Clothing^^^ !^^-. N^.l^^M|y can^rade Why, tli.n,^^^ you tliat make it^'tiiT in a qBCBtiOB of :IIL' i- MM costly . lake- if -teadily^r: i v^-ry l^ij_' fact,^^ ^iu^-cl to reliability^ami ^|iiality that a| in trade. Our^3 on better. We LE1N NEW! OurMidst! isyChairs. A Clean^i- and v^ tiling tu do^i. ^^ ri]^tion lie-part-^tions dinpeiisea as^i'Vh are all to be nacv, rlolterBlock. Saddles, uess, r-.slickers. None Bags,^kept in a tirxt-rlase har- nSt.. Helena. M. T. lySPAREY'S HOTEL Europea...

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. — 27 June 1889

7 THEDALLY rSDEPKXDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORN ING. JUXE 27, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., June 27, l-i8tt. IniiMoajnaa Bxzsrr Mosdat. IMDBP*HDBNTPC3. CO- PUBLI^hkjuj, UBIJCATIOMOPF1C*. 1!r'jadwat. TERMSOF SITBSCRIPTIUS. mmSabaertbara, by canter, per moattit- ByMall^v*r j*-' jaTrains, to Marabova ud ^*^^ ftaa^U....S Vastly.V7~*** omciAhpaper or utwia asl CLARKECOUNTY. TmINDEPENDENT Ml ^ largar am , cITula-^Mnwpw t^.t ^^^^-, at. Paul and circulationthan any^i Montana. Ionthan any^^oniano ana a lara-ar^a I Bar two dally oapara pubil^ithaano praaa roam aacrata, ita subscription^^ooaaara opan to Inaaaction. ana It la alwaya^,Ha, to prov. that Ita circulation la aa repra- Cntaraaat tha Poatovnca at rlela ia aa laconet-^^ laaa mat tar JIKVVEKHlCTh. Thegrand and petit jury systems we^i eing aubjected to a great deal of discus^^sion in the territories that are about to^become states. Particularly is this the^ease in Montana and Washington. In^the Utter territory a strong sentiment^has d...

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. — 27 June 1889

THEDATLT rN^DEPENT^E2T'l: HELENA. THTTRSD.VY MORNTXG. .TUNE 27, 1^9. ers! OurSei^-Guiow. COEURD'ALENE RESERVE. :hin-r^ ^in Earth. TH and the s.Etc.^Bozeman. A. Day.4 ]vVN July3. N,Preeident. 0 URTIN a..Off. T\. jiiding \R E. His,lOOdl, LiftPumpi.^.ryenters' Tool* ACORN *atsuiy ANGESL .ro.Gius r.-^at^. Etc, Et o^.er.d:4*^i Mock at RCO. Lumber trntion.Correa-^N. P Depot Xthe TEL. THE BEST FOR THE INDIAN. Something About th^ Lands They Occupy,and the Uses They^Make of Them. TheCWfi i'.'!!'^^^ hive-a very^rich apt* of r-.rt.ti ttai ^^r l.k- and moot -^talna of t: at nam*-, and eovrrinst t-ri^U^ ti ^^f^open land to make them n^-h m tsrnwri^when t^ ^^^ cho^iae to plow, and cow an 1^reap, old Maltese, their et lef. T'.-tr* in a^carria^ff and issues proclamation* to the^world in a v^-ry d-ff.-r.-nt style from tt at he^aaanm*-d a little ov^-r thirty years a*ro when^he rode at the head of hi* warriors in pur-^auit of CoL Steptoe. They produced a^good deal of wheat some years a*o.^It is their ...

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. — 27 June 1889

THEDAILY ISTDEPEXDEJfTt HELENA. THV1SSDAY MOENTSG, JUXE 27, 1889. CAGESECHOES. ThatsWhat^Says the aColored Musician^Phonograph Do^a WithSound. HpsFirst Experience Frighten* Him^Out of His Wits, but He^Pulls Himself Together. MMki of the Marvelous Pu^i^of the Creation or Edison's^t.enius. as^ btf MINE.SAND MINING. Here,Charley, come and listen to thia. CharleyMartin, the colored banjo^player, was standing in the office of the^Helena Cab company, wide ey-d with cur^^iosity depicted upon every feature. A^group of gentlemen were standing around^a curious little machine and the speaker^held out a 'jueer prong-snap* d something^which be bad juat removed from !.is ears Charleyhesitated. Comeon; you won't b^ hurt. 1 want^ycu to listeu to a tune played by a fife^in Omaha. Charleysdvanced, and taking the prongs^used to conduct the sound from a phono^^graph placed them in his ears He was^trembling violently. His eyes opened^wider and his teeth chattered like can^labels, but being aasurtd that ...

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. — 28 June 1889

iUnder*ear, at iros. i^lii- ^!^ ]iar'm^-nt.^uq maiiV Chemise^brkw at which we^ni^li \ on. l ut our Muslin[^iAW*r^,^:.'Jie^^ Drmwen, :i-^La^lir*s' Drawer*, ;h | inch ruffle, at^m trimming, at 40c^m muslin. $1 ^^ach. ii*rhlI*i tmtm, la^ e^S ighl I^r^*t^se9, 2-^L'lif Dre*aw3aV tine ,:.li^ ^' 2s ijrlit liit-ss- ieach. - I^res*iiig s*cijueu in Hoe at |l a dozen.^K.'.iincing at 25c and rrwolLadies' Jersey whiteand Bll hunting^f red, while anil blue eed! II hundred whut^tidge ol Clothing be.Nobodj can^Li-1-- \V by, 1 lien, you tli.it make it tfjill I i]l|e^tiolI of M i- M ^ ostly^tak^- it steadily^|i ^ v. r\ hijr fact,^m '1 to reliability^I mm] qwtlity that^tg in trade. Our^better. We IN EW! urMidst! IChairs. A Clean^and willing to do^-^rrptioa I -part-^M diapaMMl aa^e an- all to be acv, loiterBlock. I// Saddles, nickers.Nose Bags,^|l t in a tirst-claee har- |st..Helena, M. T. SPAREY'SHOTEL iropeanPlan*. RSK.Proprletee*. ouses D'S, iripany entalBrick .-acts. -neralManager. AS rop'rs- \.1 I...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT^: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 28, 1889. piI r i M r\ CDC M nCMT ^* heathen of Africa and Asia and the^1 lit lI%lJ^JrL*S%ux*r 1 j telaadsof the seas. Such is the short Bightednemof the truly good. -ielena,Mont., June 2ft, 1889. PTSUaBBD ItUT Mo^Vt^^ gXCSFT Mo^MT. INDIHBNDENTpub. CI)., PL BUsHSKS. UBUCATlONOFFICE. bbuadwat. TKU3/SOF SUB8^ R1PTIOS Xtjttnbarrtbara, by carrier, p^r month1) W ByMail^per yeart 00 JnTrain-. Is nawabora and v^i eland.octa JnTrains Is nawaboya^Vastly, pe^ year - official,paper of Lmwia and clarkecounty. TheINDEPENDENT hat a larger sally clrcuuv^len than any waamapar between SI Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^etn.r two dally paper* published In Montana.^11 ha. no preea roam aecrets. It* aubecrtptlon^^oou are open to Inspection, and It la alwaya^ready to pro** that It* circulation I* aa ra^n^^^^ emad. enteredat the Postornce al Helena aa second^i lass matter. At *:^MJR10lN KCKIHHLKR. AlbionW. Toorgee severely criticiafs...

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 June 1889

L-biii-i* M Earth. TH and the bs.Etc. IBozeman. ON,President. Nails, I8 GOOdS, .03Lift Pumps,^i Carpenters' Toolf sMACORN ve* RANGES. lerCuoiers,^vware, Glass^^ncaij Cutlery^,ben^ Goods and^uk Goods, Etc., Ett FULLY CURTIH. Attention.Coi^jar N. P Depot. THEDAILY I5TDEPENDEN^1: HELENA. FRIDAY IfOBSttXQ. JUNE 28, 1889. THECARDINAL'S NIECE. (jREIT tMLISH REMEDY _MURRAY'S SPECIFIC. OTTAWA'S LATEST SENSATION MissEmelie T^.scHer*^au Married by a^Minister, and Wedded Again^by a Prisst. Ottawaidr'.i ^|^-eia!: r^mk beard^caoje u^ Canada fruiu fci.g'arnl two y. art^ago. IwariDsT letter* of introduction from^pr';ti^inent people there, and had no d ffi-^culty In in^kinK his way into society here.^His father la Dr. rnarles Heard, of Brigh^^ton, England. Frank, who is .nly 22. ob^tamed a responsible poeitinn in the Canada^Atlantic Hallway company. Amongother places, young Beard was^invited to the bouse of J udge TaschereAU,^of the mi.rem- court of Canada, where he^met the jtjdge'a daughter, Ainel...

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 June 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. .TUNE 28, 1889. AMEDICAL MUSS. Dr.Kellogg on Trial for Practicing^Medicine Without a Certificate^From the Board. EvidenceHeard and the Case to^Submitted to the Judge on^Briefs. be Canemy JudgeBlake VMMMfeai With theMM*V-liMf Happening*^Chronic-le*l. ONA SERIOUS CHARGE Theprobate court ror ik wag well filled^yesterday Buorninn. the oc^-aaion Ixian the^Hearing in the case of Dr. K^-l!o|iK, who Is^charged by the board of medical exam in^era with practicing med'cine without hav^ing first obtained the necessary certificate.^Dr. Kellottlf ^as on hand wh-n the case^wanes;.eo. represented,,'t.irr.ey. \\. U.Hunt. C.unty Attorney lUiliet is as-^listed in the prosecution by Ju^l^e McCon-^nelL Dr. KellogK plead not Kuhty to the^charge. Theprosecution stated that all they^would attempt to prove would be that Dr.^RelloffK waa pra^-ti^::ng medicine without^a eertihrate from the board of medical ex^^aminers, contrary *s the law governing^mediral practic...

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 June 1889

i Unde'v%ear,at ros In) i- (l^-}^ar'ni^*nt.^^ .. uial,\ Chemise^;.i iee^ M * hicli w^^i.ir-h \ on, but our MuslinDrawer-,^adit-s' Drawresv,^I^a^li*-s' Urawere, ui iiicb ruffle, at^e trimming, at 40c^m inu^liii. #1 ^^ach. igdsl J^r^-S8ee, lace^Nigbl 1 ^MMj^itrlit Dr^*bses, tine uii^^ ^i^rlii iMtsb- '^aili. - iTt ^ I!..' SaC'|Uca U iiHut* at #1 a !ozeri.^Flouncing at and rc.t--'.f Laities' Jersey whiteaa l blue bunting^^f ml, white and blue deed! na hundred what^ndge ^^f Clothin^rw be.Nbbodj ran^i;i^!^- Wliy. then,^\ ^^u that make it^i\^^ in a ^|U^'^tioti of^rig i^ M costly^tak^- it steadily '^^ v^-rv big fact,^^ tied to reliability and.jiiality that^ng in trad.-. Our you better. We LEIN NEW! OurMidst! tjCbmira. A Clean^^ and willing to do^reacriptioa Iie-part-^tions diBj^eiisea aa^iVe are all to be nacv, -loiterBlock. Saddles, It'r*, r-.slickers. Nose Bags,^gfifj iu a tirst-clase har- lSt.. Helena, M. T. ySPAREY'S HOTEL KuroneanPlans. lloltSK.Proprletees. louses Y. nipany mentalBrick...

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 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 29, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT -ielena,Mont., June 29, 1889. rtmuuniImT Moa*m^^ Bxcn-r Moiwt. INDBPaNDsSTPCB. co, FUBLIBREKK. ubucatiohopficb. broadway TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION Xtf8ut^serlti*^*, *^y canter, per roonttifl W BylUU-patyear. ^ jnTrain*, to ne^r^^oy* arid mi *1aa.d*Set* Weakly.P^v n^*t^ * OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS ASL^^CLARKE COUNTY. thePrince of Wales and the prince will^bestow the same upon his eldest It U j^hard to see where the liberality of the^prince comes in. TimINDEPENDENT n^ a larger dally circula^^ted than any newspaper between St. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation then any^^ m^r two dallf aapara puollahed in Montana,^una* no praaa room aacrata: it* aunacription^Books er* opon to Impaction, and It I* a I wart^reedy to prova that it* circulation It at repre.^tnw*. Entarodat the Poetofoce at Maiana at aacond-^^ la** matter MUHIniLK l.^Congressman Jalius Caeanr Burrows,^of Michigan, who intend* to make our^mouutaiUH...

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 June 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEX1: HELEXA. SATURDAY MORJOXG. JTTXE 29, 1889. ers! OurSdjf-Q inte on Earth. TH and the 5S,Etc.^Bozeman. July3. )N,President. CURTIN M.T.. i^ |uilding vRF INails.^I Goods,^M Lilt Pumps.^Carpenters' Tools ACORN ^^^^. andFmuliy Iranges. Ir CoOwtfl, iware OlaM }icanCutlery kGoods, Etc., MINDALIVE- BODY DEAD. JA8. B. hill's strange CASE. AFormer Montanian Living For Mor^^Than a Month Wrh Mis Neck^Broken. SaoKranclara Exxuiiner: Jsm-s B HiU.^wtuwe Dwk waa brokru by tin- toil of a^bait- of hay upon hia bead H itie 234 of^Mav, waa suffericR conii'li r*.^^ ml^rua.^pain y^-^t^-r^Jay afternoon. K^^r fue first^time since his injury be appeared not to de^lire company, and MM not Uik inurb fur^trie reason Luat his tnroat was ronstantly^filling with inacuous mat'er. Hepartook of solid food witb Kreat difti^cully, saying that bia itomirL acted aa^ttouffti the fried oyster be bad swallowed^waa an interloper, and bad Bja business Tbisthe physician considered a bad^sign^an indication...

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. — 29 June 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENDENTi HELENA. BATtTRDAT MORXTXG. JUNE 29, 188a DOWNTO DEATH. Conductor Frank Kyes Lot^s His^Life by Falling From a Freight^Train in Motion. TheAccident Occur* One-Half Mile^South of Bernice^ An Inquest^Held. a*atta Jail fur Tr, in;.- to Extort Xou;-^Fell Fifty 1 ^ ^ r Without Scrloua^Injury. FrankB. Kyea, of thia city, conductor of^a freight train on the Montana Central,^waa killed yesterday morning by falling^from a ear. fracturing hit tkull and result^mg in tnatant death. There were no wit-^d^-*aea to the accident, which occurred at^4:4: a. m., one-half mile south of Bert.lee.^At headquarters in thU city the details re^^ceived were, that the decea^^l started to^walk over the train; he was last seen on a^refrigerator car: it had heen raining ever^since the train left Butte, leaving the cars^very slippery. It Is not known whether^Kyea missed his footing while st.-i.ping to^another car or stepped off. He was not^missed until the train reached Bernice.^when the train i...

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 June 1889

VOL.31.^NO. 178. HELENA. M N'T AN A TERRITORY. SI N DAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1889. FIVECENTS ThisInterests You! , A HOME ON EASY TERMS: Fivenew houses on Fifth Avenue.^Five minutes walk from Court House.^Three 4-Room Houses.^Two 5-Room Houses. Justfinished, water, fences, sidewalks, etc.,^all complete. $300 in cash, $40 in monthly^installments. Call and investigate. WALLACE^THORNBURGH, Agents,Rooms 1. 2 and 3, Second Floor First National Bank Building, Kn- ITSWORK EXxiED. TheGrand^Cronin Jury Investigating the^Murder Case Closes^Its Session. Allthe Men Suspected of Complicity^in the Crime Held for Court^Save Alexander Sullivan. trancecorner Grand and Jackson streets. The^l^te - Attorney ^a^- Another Grand^Jory Will Bw Evidence In Regard^to the Case,^ Chicago.June 29.^The Brand jury has^returned indictments against Martin Burke,^John F. Beggs, Patrick Cooney, Daniel^j Coughlin.Patrick O'Sullivan, Frank Wood^^ruff and Krank Kunze, for complicity in^the murder of Dr. Cronin. None of the^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. — 30 June 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, sunday morning, june 30. 1S89. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. HelenaTennis Players Industriously^^ Practicing for the Territorial^Tournament Next Month. Marriagesof Interest to Helena Peo^^ple, One in This City and the^Other at Indianapolis. nop-ls of the PmirmiiiiM f^^r the Knter-^taiuuient f^^r the Benetit of the Kpisco-^pal C hurrh-Personal and l.eucrml. Thepast week to H. has been a vrIf^quirt on^-. and while people ar~ doing a^great deal in simtli way there is rt-aily^nothing of importance t^^ chronicie. There^is some little stir in t-ur.is circles, and the^courts are now crowd, d with those practic^^ing for the tournament, which will take^place July lv ly ani M. The enthusiasm^is confined, however, chiefly to the sterner^sex, and it i* an open (juestion whether^there will be a sufficient number of ladies^enter to make a contest. I his is undoubt^^edly a pity, tor the presence ef ladies^greatly adds to the charm of the game.^The time for commencing play has not...

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 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 30,1881). PDEEBAUBHAPPY Peculiaritiesand Life of the People^of Bean Blossom Valley in^Brown County. Indiana. W.rhouta Railroad Connection andthe^Most Interes'irg and D.stinct.we^Section of Hoosierdom. Ta^d Krinu W...full) Illiterate. 0^lj ^^^^^ ' NMhrillr,Br.)^n county, lrid., con.^^pondeace: A rickety cart of ant .4ue pat^,.irn. I.itcht-d to two steers and driven b^ a^'sl^-f py looking, barefoot man moved out M^Columbus, liartholcmiew county, ^ few^iiern ins a^o. directed toward the south.^By f..;..^wiun this outfit one niiKht rearh^the wild territory known aa Brown county.^I at oner the most interesting and distinctiv.^portion of Hoosierdom. Not only are it*^people out of the ueual order of Indianianr.^but the topography of the country is re^I mark a We and beautiful, and here is an im-^.posing array of hills, anion* Patr5,known as Indiana's only mountain^^I This elevated country was not purchased^of the Indians until 1818, and th...

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 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT -iHiena,Mont., June 3o, IS89. muiinBtbbt Mowm Uxcbtt Mobdat :sd*FK0bst pcb co^ publishers. csLiCATioaoffice, bruadwat termsof subscription .stvSobecrlhere, *^7 carrier, per monthf 1 w b,Mali-per yeart 08 JaTrains, t newiVij-e ac4 -\eera eaaadaS^te Wa^jjr, pat year$S T officialpaper or lewis asd^CLARKE CoCtTTT. TnaINDEPENDENT has a larsar dally circulat^^ion than any Mwipapcr IMtwMfi St. Paul and -- ,-io and a larger circulation than an; tnertwo daily papers pubilanad In Montana,^i -ii ro proa* roem eecrete. It* aubacrlptlon ooiaara open to inspection and It I* alwaya readyto prove that ita circulation la aa repre-^en-.ed. Enteredat the Poatofflce at Helena a* eecond-^eiaae matter. IU ^ IMUH ( III K( l IN t lll KT. Agood deal of importance is justly^attached to the lawsuit in which the^English church finds itself involved.^The beginning seems trivial enough, but^the end may be revolutionary beyond^any event i...

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. — 30 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORXIXG. JUNE 30,1880. THEQUADE BOYS. Juliuiand Fred, the Murderers of^Frank C. Jobst ar.d George^A. Burrell The Identity o* the Actors in the^Silver City Tragedy '* Fully^Established TheyWere tou^in. aud ^oraierly Lived^Alma Ma*. Stlnne~.t-Hrolher 1Mb* Thetragedy whicii occurred at Silver on^June 5, where Krank C. .J ^b^t aDd G^r^^f^W. Burrell w^-re killed ^ two unknown^men who were shortly aiterwards killed^by a sheriff's posse, is null fresh in the^minds of all. From a memorandum book^taken from tiie dead b.*l^ of one of the^robbers, a c.u- to their identity was discov^^ered, and the Isoki-esi-knt, acting upon^that clue, has succeeded in establishing the^dentity of the murdt rt-r-^ as Julius aud^Fred yaade, cousin*, who formerly^lived near Alma City, Minn. The^day of the tragedy a dispatch^was tent from this office to the marshal of^Alma, and a telegram ws^ wut in reply to^the effect that the yuad*- boys had left^there a month or ^o beiorr. ou...

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. — 30 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 30.1889. PERSIA'SRULER. WhyNasr-ed-D^n. Sr.ah. Now on^H i Travels, is Abused at EuropeanCourts. His Barbaric Conduct ana Gross^Abuse ot all the Hospitality^Tendered to Hrvt. IieKrM^ eful Performsat Hurt, ingham l*ttla.e- Tr^ inic the ienre of Hit^tieruiau Msje.1^. 'ar-ed-I^^-*n,fhari of ivrsia. who is now^eniiaptdoD bia third tiur through Europe,^is far fr^ m being cocMdeied as a- welcome^truest by tte \arlous ocurta whieh he has^announced his intention of visiting. Id^the first place the rojallies of Europe have^retained a most unpleasant recollection of^his diaKuatiEir. and repulsive habit* on the^occasion of his first visit. Ilia character ia^treacherous, cruel and deceitful, and his^manners an- distinguished by that utter^absence of all ideas of decency which is^such a peculiar feature ot ^ inental life. On^various occasions during the past thirty^years eastern potentates, such as the sul^tan'of Turkey, the khedive, the second^k...

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. — 30 June 1889

TTIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HEUIKA. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3c 188a MADSTONE CRAZE. Hundredsof People Anxious to Prove^Their Belief In Its E*Scacy^by Being B Uen. AnArkansas Man Allows a Rabid Dog^to B.te a Chunk Out of^His Arm. M,murl I rank. ( r^,Kitten ^r *Ji01. Bui ttaeOn^r I. \% 11 li^Iraftw^l ^^On* Man - l .1a Mo., special: This is a live city^of 30,000 inhabitant*, and not .me of this^number knew just how man^ fools there^were amonn them until they made them^^selves known in answer t^^ au advertise^^ment. -***lalia bas had a !uad-doK epi^demic. About two weeks auo a straiix-^don appeared in thia eomuiuaiiy afflicted^with the rabies and bit s- \ ^ ral oihers.^The doif. was killed, but not until it had^done fatal work. A number t dogs bit^^ten went mad and spread tt..- tfaMEB The^animals were killed as rapid.j as possible,^and tbe city council met in s|^-^-ial seaslon^at the call of the mayor and P*^ni ^ muz^^zling ordinance. Thereafter dogs were^ihu;./!h| or rutnlessly shotdn^ri by th...

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. — 30 June 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SCXDAY MORNING, JUNE 80,188a FOURTHOF JULY. TheCommittee of Arrangements Com^^plete the Programme,^Excellent One. an The Parade Will Consist of Four^Divisions Headed by Military^Bands. A^.ranti I'yrutrrhnic Ili.play iu the KifD^ioc l^^ **u rp...- .% uy thing Vfn in^Helena. Theprogramme for the exercise* on the^Fourth of July is completed. The com^^mittee of arrangements have labored Ions^and zealously, and trust that all who have^promised will not disappoint them, but^will be on hand. The programme follows: Atsuurise the bring of a national salute^by battery A. Capt. R A. Craig command^^ing, accompanied by tbe ringing of all the^bells in the city. Nationalairs by the Helena band during^the bring of the salute. KOKMINI*OF the PKfX E9M02^. Kightgrand division will form on Ewing^street with the right resting on Kighth^av^-Que. Secondgrand division will form on Sixth^avenue and Warren street with the right^resting on Ewing street. Thirdgrand division will f...

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