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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 September 1889

/ait: Fop IOS.)odsfor 1889 extensiveiine of^ Dry rj0QdB shownin the city. lagMstyles in Newmarketo^^lee in Jackets. ' ties,it Will Pay You ourimportation* and pnr-^^^ :.-ive ncaie. Early in the^^:.inni^r lawrn, we made our^itn obtaining the exclusive^ocularly in RESSGOODS. 'IIpay yon to wait for our s~[NG ! iiOS.,HaicM, Mont. 'nowned ATS! Silk, INTER 190. of Openat LEW York.- thingis now complete, and^ety of stylee been Known in^factory in New York, and elsewhere. He also andol Shirts. Flak,^Haces and Neckwear,^Pee/Jess Soft Bate,^and Lion oranas of Building,Helena itBrerkenridga street,^g room, dining room,^r, i nntry. c loset off^linished ia first-class OHM maHOME at a low Ion mm) Side, central, bath l'liBnix ave., near N. P. u: ^u Lewis street, near N.^1H. '.on Ninth ave.,|30. ge,on Raleigh tdreet, $18. Steele, HKKT. lLC( )MPArT ItsMineo at E ptirpooes.RockyFork Coal^ka hot Kire and leaves little UBOBIOOK. IKLLCO., Anaconda. tilling*. Mi.Livingston. iplyCompany, lmFitters. oilygi...

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

DAILYIJTOETEinMarri HKLtSS A, giATTRDAY MORJrTNO. SEPTEMBER 141886. MEINDEPENDENT respondedIn a card In which he prae- I hare known him frjsusaau SrH'. ..sjsrasaMTrem carrier,per wontb... styaujecrtbava, by tss*ss, par ..c^s bk-i:cocrrr i:or i^ ^m.~+ ,^mm p^.'^ p-b^^- '^ ^^^^^^ ro.mIU .ulracr.ptic* ln.ac^ian. aeSl^ ^'^^^ I ^t ^o P'^^oak* trt op^^ ^P .c inwrpoat ^^^^ eoaiorn.. - impmmm* KAILWA imtTAWi- MonlMU^ .-i.tr*.. DgrAKT. PmL AUaoUeex^^i-r'srUaBdsaai..^^ . , ! t-icmc M , Butte ar.^l *.^nti Helenaan*ex- it!iU* MfavBi^* VI-^* Ajuura. utteand ^*.tith 11 ^w 4:UU p. m iiikab^^ :io , ^ m^7 JU a.m ticallyreaffirms the assertion that Sen^^ator Logan acted from Improper mo^^tives in siding with Senator Payne in^tbe famous bribing investigation, bat^that for all that when he died the people^of Ohio were ^forgetful of all but his^glory.^ ^It is regretable,^ Mr. HalstMd^continued,^ that his son demands atten^^tion to the error that clouded the close^of his senatorial career.^ The Payne-^li...

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

THEDAILY nOXEPENBENTj HELENA, SATCRPA I MOBXIXG. SEPTEMBER 14, ISi ndChildren's 'uitson sale,^t being daily^ivited to call.^^C 6l CO. re-.^^u mm * kOURTW, witf/Tools KYINSCRIPTION. ghExplosives.^IREET. /7aukesha- nCans, Half Gallon^ottles Carbonated. Companyquote*, ac tors,fillrkers. Now Ragu^topi .u a flnt-cUw hax inSt.. Helena. H. T. ras most all other^1 is similar to An ioui with soot,^oal or apply to ANJsON.'Agt. md114 Broadway. |rlySPAREY'b HOTEL^Kuropean Plana. M0B88.PronrlstaM - INWANT AND DISTRESS THEJOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. s Ruinedby the Mismanagement of the^Baltimore ^ Ohio Railroad^Hop^^ing Against Hope. Evildava h .ve fallen oa the Joac* Hop-^kln* Uuiversity, Baltimore. Md. The fa^^mous institution ^^I learning, the pr.de of^the city and the mate, is In want and dis^^tress. From the proud position whi~!i a^magnificent endowment and a princely in^^come had Riven it^a position in which it^was rapdly becoming^had really bee,.me^^a university in fact as well as in namr, it^...

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

THEjfcjQLYINDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. 9EPTEMW^U 14, loov. LADSANU_LASSKS. laMontana* Highlands They Have^a Gathering of the Clans and^Caledonian Games. 8eott.ahSports and Melodies At^rd a^D,r of Rare Enjoyment to^Hundred*. 0ct^l KM of'^ 1 ii - r w^ ^ d,y ^ If Wilder,the mountains sod fl-ri. there r-^Jundlngwith the ^ ^' tbVnCt r^bagpipe, and pibroches, the occasionberns dab.of Helena. Butte. Gwt faUs. l^er^Lodge, etc. The day opened bnght a. ^!^U^r and everything was in readiness w....^the train with the Helena continent, nun.^taring over 100, arrived oa the MM V I^Butte train neat drew up at th,^ M^^^^,^ .tat.on w.th rrowd of ^rde^^MM and their friends. The ui^-ui^M^of thUcmb, numberihK ninety, wen-^drewe* with their bonnets, broochee and^r,Uid^ and with their two piper* at their^hVad 'marit.-d to the picnic ground^The men made a tine appearance and alto^aether put their He^na brethren in the^Sad^ the latter diaper-io* with any e...-^blew of the r national *aib 1 he seen...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

J VOL31.-NO. 242. ELENA, MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15, 1889. $7 Wallace^ Thomburgh, RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and .Insurance ROOMS1, 2, 3 and 7,^First National Bank Building, Helena, Montana. Hons-sbuilt for investors that will j it-Id a net iiKom*- of from^12 to 18 perce-nt. on the- if vestment. Dwellingsbuilt on thf installment plan. newhouses for sale. Small Cash Payments; Balance in Monthly Installments.^4 ou Ninth Avenue, 2 on Elevr-Lth Avenue, 1 on Logan street^2 on Eighth avenue, 1 on Blake street, 1 on Lawrence street. WALLACE^ THORN BURGH, Agents,Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Second Floor First National Bank^Building, entrance corner Grand and Jackson streets. IVES'..a SCHEME AlliedPlot of the Young Napoleon^of Finance to Rob a Million^aire's Estate. ForgingHenry Meyer's Name to an^Agreement and Testifying to^Its Genuineness. Meier Mild to Have Been Driven In Hi-^Grave by the Rascality of Ivm^and Stayner. THEPICCADILLY. Ladies,Don't You Fail to See this Thenobbiest Shoe on E...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNINU. SEPTEMBER 15.1889. IRPEDOKING. TheVast Fortune He Won From a^Very Simple Bat Important^Invention 81range Freaks of an Explosion Which^Literally Annihilated Numerous^Unfortunate Men. cteatUt*Trying tu %^...uu: for I - ^v^f^l Action-KrcklnoMH of^Torpedo Handler*. Therecent death of Dr. W. 11. Huberts,^^f T.tusville, Pa., c!o*-s a conspicuous I 0tu- : says the New V^.rk Herald. liub- |^ertl wu the great ^r.irp-do King'^ ol the 1^Oil country, and, after the standard Oil^people, the beet known man connected in^any way with tfieoi. trade. The strange . 1ndustry which lie and his brother built up ,^was peculiar only to the oil regions. His^brother, Col. A. E Roberts, is alti dead.^For years they enj ^y t d a close monopoly^of the torpedo bu^iaess arid both the^brothers made million* of ^ liars out of It.^^V - ^ their patents expired by limitation^be business of exploding torpedoes in oil wellswas taken up by whosoever chose to^eng tfp in the ti...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: III LENA. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 151889. PHPTM bun!m 'iOOdl, Lift;Pump.,^^rpaLtf.\ Tool* ANGES Coolari, re,01-iU nCotter afin**- CURTD*. )TKL! International'lat and Elevator. IT. t^ snd froni all Depots, isionCo. Irsof MEATS, itanaand have ^ur Saddles, llrk^rB,Nose Rag*,^^n a first-class bar ,Helena, H. T. TUU8.J. DAVIPBCF. Secretsr Co., I/IENTS bjSte-el Mowers^r and HolliiiKs-^Vloline Sr^el and^urnees, Buggies,^Sons Clothing^-8, and Whips. OSEOUT price.40c^50c^75c FORD. 114Broadway. SPAREY'SHOTEL^ropean Planp KSK.ProprletMB ,tthe FORTHE LADIES. The Starring Bathing^the Wife of^Belknap. Wornby retary simplya diivulse Tor poor quality. A good^' cerine or honey scrap ia alwava prefer^Of course, one may rely on scented^soap from a high class uianufaoturer. bat^! it costs more than it ia wortn. In addition^Costumes 1 to the eoap for bath in*, white cast.'e^rhou.d be kept for washing the hair. CJc-^See- i regionally a little borax or ammonia may^| he Med tor this...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, I TA (EPENDENT -Jolena,Mont., Sept. 15. I :St^. rvBuaascItui Moan** Sicm H ,s:^t lUD-PENDaNTPUB. CO., PI BL1MIS.K6.^CBLK'ATIO* UFPICB. fROADWAi. TKOM8Oh SCBSCRIPT1JS. StySatiaeilbera, hy carrier per coat%'- ^' ByIUU^pax yaw..^ 00 #nTrains, to newsL^tys ami -uwa slantsBc*s Weekly,pot yaw$3 ^' UWIfH.lA.1,fAHA^ H or UMWIH A XL*^CUAHKB COO ATT. TimINDEPENDENT has a larger dally clrcula- '.onthan an, newspaper betwaan SI. Paul ana^Portland ana a 'ar^er circulation than any^^^^^a- two dally paoera publihee In Montana. ha* no proaa roam secrets. Ita aunacnption^Mi ara opan to Inspection, and It Is always artyto prove (hat ita airauiat'on la aa rapre- mat. fcntareoat tha Poatofriee at Maiana aa aaaond-^aiaaa nattar. OONDK.NSEURAILWAY TIME TABLE. MontanaIrntnU. ML1'nol, Atlnntlr ci., St. Paul and east . 11 V. a. m.^Montana, I'acittc ex , Butte az-d south.. 4:00 p. m^He.eaa and Batle ex , baue ana sooth. ; :15 a m atnryaTUIeax4:10 p....

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

THKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 151889. eek! [S4.00 $1.50$3.00 LouisBlock,^Main Street. TNUT! W'S. sitethe Cog mo-^)^e T; p, ork. 1hnow complete, and^sty les been shown In^[ry in Ktm York, and^Vtiere. V*,,. Ul^^ make JotShirts. Fisk,^Is and Neckwear,^rless Soft Bats,^Lion oranriB ot [jding,Helena. Barsilver. 9S.^^ . iieraher. f 10 5* | daywas dsn and la the ^^^^^^Dir. The sudden^^^ r^t In nlH bjthet'hs- orth.rn. tot-ethe with the^SS an wnr.roraM* hank j^ lniil.piatt.oB^aa msm-i vaa siea-ly to^lull and steady^^riu at *WSi, and . tv oua*h^'retoseli, the |,rlre id .red^^ at f 1 .n ^^^H*S 4Ha.^preferred, T.-^, Owoa^^retou Navigator, ssle;^i: I nlon Pariac IMS.^at i |^rc^i Pnu,e m-r-^Merlin* firlmn-, unlet^uia. ^m, demand, jOfNUUCCTB. Hp.it ^t'lose^ vt -net^'ctober, 7Ti,c; December, andOctober, Mfci Oram. lVa; October, is 7 i^; D^- Octolwr,|^.i^; Jaaeery, fS.B**; Ocu.-wr, as.si; .50*14:0: steer llMa^-r . W n#l '^' ^^iaa^'^^'^i rankers, f J lUUa.no; '^'. etroeg; io...

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. — 15 September 1889

THEDAILY lyPEPKXDEXT; HELENA. SI XDAY MOKXIXG. BEPTEMBEB 15, 1880. SOCIAL.9f IT-CHAT. Beeswing^Ccmes to ihe^of the Epicene Bathing Par^ties at the Plunge. madin white satin. Then thty remem-^heri-d it wm Am braise Tbomae' ^ Ham^^let.^ In toe opera a river is s*^^r, and^wb^-n Ophelia drowns herself the body is^1 seen il ^ating ilown the river. The fair^Ophelia ^ ^^ ed down Hie seme wh ie tti-^DeferS^ I audience caM^d enthu^ta*tically fi^r the^American finger. The curtain was raised,^and there stood the Am- rican prima do. na^in white satin, a: d still beh'nd.m the paint^^ed water, the dummy txly floated down^the stream. The property man had not^been informed of the call, and forgot all^about the drowned Ophelia. DIAMONDSGOIXu I P. Enjoyab'eDinners at the Broadwater ALunch at the Residence of^Mrs. Floyi-Jones. TheHeweet TMof In * WH^f Carat. Ge^-^eraland I'rrwul Mention- Con.^lag tfeoti. tNolhicjf phases Kine perple like bf leg j^^h.^k^d, judging hy the acerbity with^which the simple ...

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. — 15 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. M XDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15 1889. .andise: ntitiesof^Lre candid^lat of the^ciiit'es at^ie market,^be sold at^en. sleepy^:o a s t rug-^nib] ic for- i! LI Slyles! ythe Finest^lb and leaof Mon-^Our ki ::rs! lyrlcoo- peaciies,w vulor-^ie- finest mderfully s )RE. Helena Sale. nfi my a .u-i.^t ..( the drst judicial^rv. In uu tor the^e. In the suit of B.^t' llrk. duly ato-etvd^MM I bare levied^a and In vMl..^ eald^^ the foilcwtng de-^a Lewi* ai.d *'iarWe theT Vran r.!sof 'asa thelr.- Lad. ^ .In^I rwor is ot Memple^of ti.e r^c-.rder of^^ntaua hMM|i In '.lb. Knnford l..de .tanaterritory, la aWaxEagle mining^^^ orJa ol ^i.- a, I-^of to* par or er of^I'aua territo y, la *Clt-vsland miulng^i-^ords of laBjn^B* the ree- -rder of^wriiurv, la '. coin* miliar^e. . r .e of Meiupie^of the roc nter of^-.t^r.a t-rr.'ort, la theMM Girl^ta tb* records ot^e oltUr o! ihe re-^aatj, Montana tvr MM-*elnt Patrick t'l i He I e ' ^ . 1.- ^ it . office of the re-^cuniy. *ontene tsai...

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. — 15 September 1889

MOSTAIC.TgaME. Ho;a Hunter s Paradise, but Pienty^of Good Sport for Those^Who Care for It. THKDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. SUNDAY MOKXiy^ SEPTEMBER 15,188a Lotsof Small Game in the Territory,^as Well as E k and Deer in^Abundance. aKe~^rt For Truul I hlim No Country^in the World Cau Heat the^Mew Mate. APeep MILLIONSII IT. Insidethe Vaults of^Treasury at New York. theSob- Mr.ta-.a is not the paradise of hunters,^yet sportsmen can find p'.^ nty ot fame and^fishing is as good as any place in the world.^Not many years ago the buffalo abound) d^and was killed for his skin. To-day only^the remuants of the once large herds cau^be found in the state*. But eik and deer^are still in abundance, and there are few^banters who do not bout of a noble pair^Of horns brought down by their sure aim^Deer can be killed after to-day and it is^possible that some nimble Nimrod who has^been waiting for the game law to expire^has killed his deer before he receives his^paper. Helena,fortunately, is situated in p...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

HELENA INDEPENDENTSupplement CONSTITUTION OFTHE STATEOF MONTANA, AsAdopted by the Constitutional^Convention. Held at Helena July^4th.A.D. 1 U89. and Ending Aujf.^I 7th A. D. I 889. And Also^an Address to the People. PIE AMl!I.E. We,the people of Montana, grateful to^Almighty God for the blessing- of lilierty,^in order to secure the advantages of a^State government, do. in accordance with^the provisions of the enabling act of Con^^gress, approved the twenty-second of^February. A. 1^. lS8^^ ordain and establish^this constitution. ARTICLEI. hoinuarikv Seti iiiv i. The boundaries of the^State of Montana shall Ik- a^ follow-. to_^wit: lieginning at a point formed by the^MtefMJCMM of the twenty-seventh degree^of longitude west from Washington with^the forty fifth degree of north latitude,^thence due west on the forty-fifth degree^'if latitude to a point formed bv its inter^^section with the thirty-fourth degree of^longitude west from Washington, thence^due south along the thirty fourth de...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 September 1889

boundedby county line-, but no ch.in^i-^in the number or boundaries of di-tjiot-^shall work a removal of any judge from^llct during the term for which he has^been elected or appointed. Sec.15. Writ- of error and appeal^-hall be allowed from the decisions of^the said district courts ti^ the supreme^court- under -uch regulations as may be^prescribed bv law. Sn.I^ So per-on -hall be eligible^to the tCn of judge of the di-trict court^unle^ he be at lea-t twenty-live year- i^f^age and a citizen of the 1'nited State-,^and -hall have been admitted to practice^law in the supreme court of the Terri-^tor\ or State of Montana, nor unle-- he^-hall have rc-ided in thi- State or Terri^torv at lea-t one year next preceding hi-^t lection. He need not be a re-ident of^the di-trict for which he i- elected at the^time of hi- election, but after hi- election^he -hall re-ide in the di-trict for which^he i- elected during his term of office. Sec.17 The di-trict corrt in each^count\. which is a judicial d...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 September 1889

o^o^WvtsXvcvg,. Tk .^4lsn*^4laB.tls Well Kaelppesl PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders for^Oomnwcltl Printing, k0^ Printing, ana FineWork of All Kinds BestNewspaper. largest cFrCU lation^Advertisers Obtahtit* am 1 fortheir Monev by :th* DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL 30-- NO. 243 HELENA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE dothier, St.Louis Bjafck, AmSTRKKT TheLong and the Short^of it Is,that our resumption of the^unlaundried shirts was a mat^^ter of necessity, not of choice.^The demand was universal, and^as we are servants of the d^ar^public we cou^d not but 1'8'en^to the call. Now, as a matter^of fact, ther- is no money in^them for in, because how much^money can be made out of a^garment when sold at popular^prices of fine , 7^^c 90. Yon^in u - * examine tdese goods if^only ( at of curiosity, because it^is really a wonder how they^can be produced for the money. Ourfit) CENT garment is a^marvel of economy and neat^^ness. It is well made, full cut,^and good material...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 September 1889

THEINDEPENDENT r-jftlena.Mont.. Bw**. D -89. MM HommaaBx-arr ^o^uit. ii)i^ r pub. .bl.lSllSKS, IMM ^fsctacBiPTioir- ^ycarrier. S*' rsontfc....^ewwny* ^a^5 ^^^^^ ^^an!l^ ..^ Or pending,Mr. Harrison's editorial col^^umns contained gaeh paragraphs as the following,printed Feb. 10.1889: Tbequestion ot admiMioo under the^Springer oninlbus bill may be finally re^^gard* d as settled in the negative, since the^full caucus of republican senators have de-^^tded to sustain the senate conference com^^mittee. The territories can moeh better^sfford to wait than to accept admission un-^r a bill containing such defects. Fortun^atelv, however, no delay will result, for a^republican congress is cumins in and the^uullisihsi I^ rely with confidence upon^republican justice. I-.legate Carter took a similar view^and worked with all bis oily might to^tbr .w the matter over into the next^congress. He was defeated by the work^of Toole, Voorheee and Cox. Smash t:.e^con-['irators at the polls this year ten.^^~...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEM^Z^ 17, 166*. Children's ivy*. oJ IITH1 rl In \U Territory. i^ Lambert^rand urns, Pic-^Jarriages and j.c. cumi idand Willowwara tcrCooler*. iauud U^aUn Stow, HC .NGES. .p, Cutlsrv, Hoih Fms^all and oxamlno ear i{v^idj u..nud .tupmpnt. il.ntma and hav*^ oar TUOS.J. IATDMK tleySteel Mower*^Kt and Hollings-^Moline Sreel and Harness,Buggies,^Horse Clothing, losa, and Whips. usmost all other^is] similar to An-^jm with soot,^al or apply to^pNNON. Agt. RULESOF TH E NEXT HOUSE DEMOCRATS WAN T FAH PLAY. Representative Oa'ci ct Alabama,^Outlines the Plan* of the Two^Great Parties Washinutom,S*pt 1^ ^The I'ost to-^day prinla an iuwrview witti Cor^ijr^rssiijau^Oates of A lanama, ow ot the detnocrstic^leaden, who made a fi|(ht last sessioti againstthe Uitect tax bill, upon stM '.ra-ai.-^lzatiun of th^ ^ext house. Oat^-* ^^^s the^democrat should not en-ru^i Uitir leader^^ship to one man. bat put a c^Uiiuitlee in^charge who shall determine the s...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 September 1889

EDAILY INDEPENDEHTi UKLEJIA. TUESDAY MORKIKG. SEPTEMBER 171889. LOOKIT OVKH. Givesan Attorney-GeneralClayberg Opinion on the Australian^System. ThsForm o^ Ballot Preserved and^Adopted by Chairmen Daly and^Seligman. BjIf.^Make Itallut No ^!^'^MLtake lu Vutlnc t^r Ht jolinB. Clayberc attorney general, ha*^artdreiw the i.,li..^u,K c. aimun.cat.on t^.^froJ W:...-. ^ ' ^^ ^ (woeral interest.^TjkkitoKV or Montana.. , OTF1CKOJ- VTr..li^KV ^iK^t.HAL ^^ii m r A. '* Hon.B. r ^I'.t.-. O v.ru^^r: ukahmh-lamin receipt ^^^ ynur r*^uuVai l.-r a,. 3 **1 ^Pinion as to tne loroi^2ltte.-mc-.al bAiiot to fta ms*^^^^^^' th^ma elect,.,.; id reply tuereu, I aubmit tile IOrnriorui^f the ballot i^ fixed by aecUon^17 of cow-1 b':l -^'^^ **' a* enacted at tte^lLt*^' '^' thf l.-k-i-lstiv* a^ iuolv ot^tte tTrmorj l law.. 1 IN*, parfe l^^, whieh .-a. ...rvir ^! under the prov.^^loni 5 tmli acl .hall be wane in color and iir.-upn.i.i'-^wmcn^conta.n^d^nominal ton Ofll' coin,ular^will 1 or.lr^a^ : blackiiik. fc%T^ ...

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. — 18 September 1889

t: For^5 for 1889 eline of Dry Goods, tithe city. yleain Newmarkets Jackets. itWill Pay You 11Inflations and pnr-^- scale. Karly in the^r law to*, we made oox^iit.irig the exclusive iyin SGOODS. youto wait for our He-Jena,Mont. wned ITS! TERof o, penat m York5- 1is now complete, and^i style*. '.^een shown In^^ry in New York, and^^'here. We also make ofShirts. Fisk,^^ and Neckwear,^Tless Soft Hate,^Lion orancis ot lding,Helena. walkfrom Main st. r;particularly good Hto selL ;ti Hill^Hrid**^nr. Avenue l-ted. w^ IV^lr^l school^F.fth A\r , central,^ly '-lrnlshac, Ueatoa At*. rN. P do ^ot.^'! .1'. and Wall teele, IT. COMPA'Y Mat es.RockyFork Coal^hire auJ leaves little BIOOK. CO.,Anaconda.^ivlns^^tori. Company. Fitters. !KI.KN.\.MONT. E, )REN'Swers, JAYSAT^r. [POSITIONI ri.l.HM'l. -Half Acres Uplaysof every IILDIXGS! getheronthe Paclffe^tie Exposition .ST, edat an enormo^^^has been nothing^inc coast. Red need^ortlaui extends an^igninceut exposition^m further in form a-^^ rpOTLAKD. OR S, ...

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. — 18 September 1889

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