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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 22 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. sfXDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22. I sso. eek! 54,00SI.50^3.00 LouisBlock,^Main Stre6t. FER, by oleAfrits. .oes. 'V A I MO tb* la'J-*H ABON MainSt jgeand hho-^I Institute iTCLASS ttoitDM^*^ul aud Portland.^.!^t to April. K-^4^if*^ in CoII-ith R^ INA WALTERS,^k. H^l^na. Montana. ANTED! ntanaSniclttnir Com-^^^rk-4 at Great Kftlln, ANDLABORERS! Ito S3 26 per Day^p^r Week.^indliT's Employment Instone^ CO., Ksiaic, atBargains CMK.^KM K. and ONA\ K. PROPERTY,^adjacent to railroaJ iiall Farts of the city. neRe-idenee*. *n-ar I-r-rxit for sal* MiningProperty In .nerUnehe* iu Klat^^ very cheap. 'Stone^ Co., i1 Colon Bloek. RODUCECO..^le. Montana. imC^ at*. Usj ud all^^i: ^.. itox*- trsiPark, Moouaa^^a B^i.Ta'.^ ibaa aaj RALLYFOR REED. RepublicansGiva the Maine States^^man a Hearty and a Cor^^dial Welcome. -Bop.i. of the s^pe^^h tu Whtrti Ihr Mol-^titaile Llstsned-Ths Bis Bum at. CongressmanKt-rd ^ arue and saw^apro-^^ in oumtHriDK seventy-five men, two^or ttiree smal...

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. — 22 September 1889

THEDAILY 1XDEPKXDKXT: HELENA. SI XDAY MOHXrXG. SEPTEMlSEn ^^, 1889. SUClALCHIT-CHAT. PoliticsInvading-the Realm Where^No Serious Subject is Ever Sup^^posed to Enter. THINGS 8oCialClubs Preparing for the Winter^Months Plans of the Assembly Members- Tkrriirorr-IVTii.xnrnlCJonrtera Drmm^^tic Club Jiotee-Tlie I'lt.neere- i^er-^eooal mil I (^rami Mention. ^Comini:^*v^ nts ca*t their shedows be-^iwvand the winter season in pro spectivebids fair to outshine any of its pre-^deo r^ At present the approaching^^lection is foremost in nearly every body's^Bind and not only the men but alao the^fair *^-x are taking an active interest in the^raault In fact 1 know on* young man^whose nan.e la at least sugg* stive of roy^^alty, who has wagered so many pairs of^^lotes versuahau on the remit, that he^will either have to buy out some glove^store and go bareheaded ibis winter, or^^lae he will have a new hat M every day^In the week. Hut when the political caul^^dron has simmered down and the hungry^polit...

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. — 22 September 1889

IARS8ANDGOSSIP. WidowElisha Pratts Unique Tribute^to the M-mory of the Gocd^Deacon. 8er*torHerst'S lll-Luck on the Turf,^and His Son Bill's Best^Wishes. LatMten.he Story With a Favorite^U^n ob the SkIo - Aoocdoto of O'Conor. Thestory of the ^i i-er-st .tribute to th^^^dead on record conies from LsmbertTille-,^in Bantendon county, N. ssjsa Iren-^tna MM. MM tbat v^wu lives Mr*.^M b*l Pratt, widow ol De*^^ in Pratt, who^was Um-ia- as a farmer, a denial a^ul and^an .MafaBMl Me-tnodist. He was par-icu.ar-^ly ha . of tickling hia appetite, and km^deeded considerable of an epi.-ure. Hit^wife was on excellent cook, and her din^^ner^ were rare exhibitions of culinary skill^tor a rural nei^hoorho A. The deacon en^^joyed nothing better than a houseful of^+mumm anund a HMi laden wm^temp-ii.K .l^llcaciet. And Mrs. Pratt, who^dot.don in.- d-acn. waa in her element^when prepsnnx suc!i a feast and helping^entertain such ^oodiy ^u- '^*..^,^,.,^. Alx.uta year ago a tium ^ -r of m.iiidters^were on the...

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. — 22 September 1889

artyokly. JUDGE BACH'S POS The InteriorOffice Beinfj^Secretary Noble for^tisan Purposes UsedPar- by AnExplanation of Why Land and M^r^eral Patent* are Being Rushed^to Montana. TheEntire Office r .rraal Work on Ci^Whlrh Relate Solely It the four^New Matct. SecretaryNoble, whom a great many^people were inclined to Is-deve would be^the shining light of the admistration when^he was first appointed, to kigfe place in the^cabinet, la xjeally making the worst record^of any man ot the administration, says a^late Washington dispatch. The conduct of^the pension office under his care is now^well known to the country. The general^land office, which is also a portion of the^Interior department andr the direct wingof the democracy, is almost as bad as^the pension office. Since the democratic^commissioner was relieved from duty, ex-^Govern r Stone, of Iowa, a particular^friend, crony and former par'nt of Secre^^tary Noble, has been the acting corumi*-^aioner. He is a poor, harmless old^man, withou...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 September 1889

Thelaatepeiiaewl la Well Kejnlppcd roK m PROMPTEXECUTION^Of : i orders tor^Oononarcial Printing. IMHk|ian FinsWork a* All Kino* BestNewspaper. LARGEST^CIRCULATION^Advertisers Obtainthe fortheir Money by^Pttronlxis* the DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL 30-NO 249 The0NE-P^ICE Clothier, St.Lava Block. MAINSTHKKT TheLong and the Short^of it Is,that our re-sumption of t:11^^^unlaundried shirts was a mat^^ter of necessity, not of chaiaa.^The demand was universal, and^as we are servants of the dear^public we t ould not but liste-n^to the call. Now, as a matter^of fact, there is no money la^them for ui, twause how much^money can be made out of a^garment wh^n sold at popular^prices of BOc , 7f^c. 90. Yon^must examine these goods if^only untof curiosity, because it^is really a wonder how they^can be prodin-ed for tiba money. Ourf^^^ CENT |ilial is a^marvel of economy and neat^nees. It is w-11 made, full cut,^and good material. True, not^the finest, but tzood enough let^any man who has plenty of us*^for ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 September 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT S-pt.24. . ._^ - OT-u ran prBLit-UBKe. J-ATK'!^ ^-'FFU'A, , . ... ^ . , arr.-.u^ at ralaa,*t^^^^n*W. r^^r raar . ..actai r*.n.n an^^^grt tno a^^^iiu' IM Off ^^-'-*^ A!IL T,INOEPt^iJtNT sw.asM.-Sl *S*^I ^Wall .... mi.hk ^t ^^ut mm ...-jar | culStlon tnsn ^^r aasaaajeMOtlsnsa* *^o^tsns- .*.. aa^~* m ^^^-^^^^^^* :',cn,and It MM nao ^^^^tS si-a a-, open to .arv^o ^^*^^^ inurM^t t^. ^^^totJiss - - I fTST IS* bisintended victim, but being threatened^with pr'*ecutiun criminally tor libel be^^ j-d bard for a settlement, which wu^ually agreed to on account of hi* family,^w bo are respectable people. Stevens paid^to Mis* Towers S50U In settlement of all^lalm*. aud on this account the indictment^and suit were never pressed to trial.^In addition Stevecs signed a confeasion^fully confirming the charge made against^im Ttiiii- about one fifth of the list. The^other canes are equally bad. and in each^the facts have all been laid before the^presi ent. When Mr. Harrison was a^~-aator h...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24. 188a Children's iry IVE. .tson sale,^being daily^lted to call.^IG 6l CO. CURT!! 11d I r rN ANGitc Clataf*. mipotter;^ra Goods^(rooda. Sic IM ;*^aeai : ._*-;-*^^*^-^*^ at 9tC2 IF ^I i0UB9XK goal* aomost al! other^- similar la An-^m wit L Moot.^..1 at apply to nnon.Agt. HOTEL TJN 1887. vlies A i con^^-i p^- ay aui LOSEOUT rprice, 40c^50c^75c \b OllLX il114 Hroadway. rtin. allPaper isamwlt'i ..rvaA 1-4 METU'HADISE, Sa Idles, r-.Slickers. Now* Basra,^f l^t .n a dret-cUte har- _St.. Helena, H. T. Wesu OTE!.. BitTPRr. pM lo tf^ Territory. AMITE^WDER^POWDIiR _JHb ABE(JO. 'ingCo. BtKk kruni-j.tsSolicited,^erent Sm-ltere^Bidder. Line West. 1 jthe THEBOULANGISTS BEATEN HAhVcStEXCUHSIONS. RESULTOF THE FRENCH VO'ING. TheGovernment Stcure* a Great Vic^^tory Over the Combined Forces^o* the Opposition. loth PaKIS.^}-pt, 22 ^Notwitliitaciinrf tb^-^fact that the electoral eoDt^-at wu procet-d-^n,g yesterday, tbe stress of Pars pn-s.-nt-^ed...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 September 1889

THEDAXLY 1SDEPEXOEXT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOHXIXO. SEPTEMl'EH 24 SOTLITTLE PHIL. GeorgeA. Sheridan^Opera House 0rates at the^to a Large Audience an He HandlesPaints a theTar.ff Question^Ftw Pictures tor His^Hearers. and a,r,,,l.lWm^******^II, . s l ing ^ ofThing* Whtrta^Do With I'eop!eofHelft. wa.: nevrr neard ^.-orn-^a. Miendan. an srtisl in *^r^l*. VIM ^^lord*! an aftIII 1 ,b*^SEnal r,Pubiicaa committee bM^eonaentrd to allow Montana U^^rords !^^( anrd lnt' kindly r,r..-V- ^^{ ^^^crystal ^-ms ol eloquence, ai.d strung onto^S tnread of protection MM taeirey.s^by the Kalataffian an-tle ^f Am - r.can M*^Zn. Were Ml^^^ 1 .' ofMr Sit eridan tnrre wouM br- no striDK^l.ckin.1 to bis harp, but that un^uppned^bts .weetest ui. ;^die* become j-.t^led an.l andout ^t tun'' Mrsb-nd^n qu-.etily dropped iron the^clouds la.t list*^f and lit at the Hotel^Anal mesaenK'-ri-, l. iwev. r.^th.- earth, and Met republ^Ch^sman, jMaWMW. Hatha^^M an-i M A M.-yn.l ii!^meet h:tu. -Uur a'juiet^the Lotei and a ok at ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 September 1889

it: For^3S. Isfor 1889 ivelino of Dry Goods, inthe city. -tylesin .Newmarket*. ^Jackets. itWill Pay You importation* and pnr-^iv- -rule. Karly in the^i. er Imw. we made oat^obtaining the exrlustv*^iarly in ;ssGOODS. tyyou to wait for oar NO! .,Helena, Mont. .zeizcst. EN, TMEN, kLEAN MEN KittingCloCkea of^i uur re-ady made IN'T ! distinctioal^^twet^n ingCheap. BojnBud Children,^Oar Mare^ Stork ia^.11 cannot resist^.ANS ^ KLEIN. BOZEMAN. CO., Implements aspecialty!^^ Son, Helena. .KKS fendSTOVES. plies. iARLANDSTOVES Saleplan ! Steele, TiiEET. IXO ^MPAT .lt-t Mines' at K rapurpcwe-.lt.M'ky Fork Coal^ikes hot Kire an I leaves UtUe EUROBi-OOK. NNKLLCO, Anaconda. Olno, Livingston.^^ (S I ^ dm :. I^11 k. Stillwati ale,i ILDREN'S Drawers,T, I DAYS AT izanr. ( GOODS and26. MILLINERYGOODS^and Bonnets. Re-nierrber, Next W^4- *oY^ \^ v\.\\\\. ^vy. TkcI ndr umd.n t la \^ . ; l K^juI|m ^ ^: POB TVS pkomptexecution^Of til Or*t( for^Oovnirclt! Pnr.it na. hewPrinting, ana Fine,Work of AH BestNewspa...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 September 1889

lHfcbAliy l.NUha'KNUKJTl-l HtUSA. WEDNESDAY MoHmsb. BEPTEMBEK 25188a THEINDEPENDENT tobe so fanny again. He has been shelved Ki^e me back that fair ticket 1 we y^on the protection Issue in his district, U i good for three week, yet and I'll I ou.see reBif-- o*- urmmmurnm.^m 9mmm v ^^^^ mo*to.y.V WeeklT,P*1* .Set*^ -.Liunn- ^ ^ '^^^'^^^' pMM .^,..,^*-* . ^^'^^' * w ...IT-p.^ ^^^^'^'' .... mmm ^cr.^, ^te subscription buthe will discuss it just the same in^Montana, where he isn't known. His^opinion of Benjamin Harrison tallies^with that of George A. Sheridan. He^wanted to be minister to Mexico, but Mr.^Harrison had no use for him after^election. HonestJohn Rohrbaugh, the demo^^cratic nominee for sheriff, is making a^winning fl*i t of 1'. and is quite able to^take care of himself, as his canvass^demonstrates. Bat every man who wants^:o .ote for an old soMier, a good fellow^and a man who will run his office on the^^quare, will make no mistake in casting^his ballot for Rohrbaugh. That is ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 September 1889

THJfc1^AULY 1NDEFENDEN1: HELENA ^WEDNESDAY MOl.NlNG. SEPTEMJiER 25. dChildren's ery t VE. hitson sale,^being daily Ivitedto call.^IC 6l CO. CURTir M.T.. kRI QoccU, LiftPump-^r.rpeuters' r^^., ANGES lrCoo-'t-.r*,^'can Cutler^U Good*, Etc, lU -- ^: 2-.ii^v - StCMII Tli XT, ODBBR COAL~ asn.o.-t ail other^) is similar to An-^^nai with soot.^^..;! or Apply to 1NNON,Agt. HOTEL ITin 1887. ryBes' Accom^P2 ft ay aol I. CLOSEOUT Lerprice, 40c^50c^75c Xb'OKD. kind114 Broadway. URTIN. tallPap^r ODS. r.cU^dlli Hmr w\'mt^ ^*..ra*rr*Ai^.uk'. it* arid* hkiem fro*^^ and at irlc** that d*Tj coni*^..V r^KUK KlK.-V HANLf ua^'too of ; 'lr-~. aoUdaavl. -ent.MEL* HADI8K It'IlCi-**. riUre,Blii'kent, None bag*,^kept .Q tirnt-claas har- inSt., Helena, If. T. latWest. HOTEL A. )PMTQB$. Botel It tfce Territory. NAMITE^OWDER^T POWDER FAHK00- IOTJTANA. lingCo. !nalBank.^nsi.rnm.-nts Solicited.^L)iffnvct Smelter*^it Bidder npllngWorks at Northern^i Motor Line Wert. atthe THEBEST MEN NAMED. JEFFERSONCOUNTY NOMINEE...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 25 September 1889

THEOA1LY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8EPTEM^K2! S325 isfc. CITYCOUNCIL Monthly Meeting for the Trans- actionof Routine Work and^Other Business. Pl.tof the New Cit* Cemetery to be^Called ^'The Mountain Home^Cemetery As Adopted. me* op ^J^d a TheWater yue.tlou ^-oi Motionto A wpt J'^- l^*^ '^^Kid I- L^^' Councilmet last niK'. t in regular *e^Mon.^Mayor Kuiler in th- chair. Present. Har^^rison, liunn, Kictiard^, Adkinson. Wash^^burn. Allen, i'tiirme, brown. Spencer.^Keatheriy. Minutesof list nieei.ni^ lead and ap^^proved. CityEnxin-er Miller reported that t e^nve uiiii-i'i t -wers embracing the Fiflti^aveni-. Urcadway, Mam atd Davis, Hele^^na Menue and IMie struts had been com^^pleted ai -t root ^,t 837,t-T ^1 t he report^was ret. rt'-^l t^^ '^' ^^ ^*^ t.-t con niit'ee. Thecity engineer aiso r-ported his esti^mate for griding a porno j ol Uauser ave^^nue, which was 81.two. Ihe report was^received. Aplat of the new reiuetery, ' Mountain^Home,- was submitted. ^^ far but t!nrl...

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. — 25 September 1889

HELENAINDEPENDENT^Supplement CONSTITUTION OFTHE STATEOF MONTANA, AsAdopted by the Constitutional^Convention. Held at Helena July^4th.A.D. 1 8S9. and Ending Aug.^17th A. D. 188^. And Also^an Address to the People. I'KKAMBI.E. We.The people of Montana, grateful to^MmUQ God for the blessings of liberty,^in order* to secure the advantages of a^State government, do. in accordance with^the provisions of the enabling act of Con.^gress. approveJ* the twenty-second of^r'ebruarv. A. 1) 1V-9. ordain and establish^this constitution. ARTICLEL hoindsries. Sectionl The boundaries of the^State of Montana shall be as follow-, to.^wit: Beginning at a pom! formed by the^intersection of the twenty-seventh degree^of longitude west from Washington with^the forty-fifth degree of north latitude,^thence diie west on the forty-fifth degree^of latitude to a point formed by its inter^^section with the thirty-fourth degree of^longitude west from Washington, thence^due south along the thirty fourth degree^of lon...

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. — 25 September 1889

boundedbv count* lines, but no change*^in the number or boundaries of distjict-^*hall work a removal of anv judge from^otfice during the term for which he ha* beenelected or appointed. sec.IC. Writ- of error and appeal^.hall he allowed from the decisions of^the -aid di-trict court* to the supreme^court* under *uch regulation- a- mav be^pre-cribed bv law. SEC.\fi. No per*on *hall be eligible^to the office of judge of the di-trict court^unie*- he be at lea-t twentv-five year- of^age and a citizen of the l'nited State-,^and -hall have been admitted to practice^law in the-upreme court of the Terri^^torv or State of Montana, nor unle-- he^*ha^l! have re-ided in thi* State or Terri^torv at lca-t one vear next preceding hi^^rst ction. 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 hi* term of oiice. SE. 17. The di-trict corrt in each^count*, whit h i- a judi...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 September 1889

Tk ladepandei.t I* Well Kanlpped worn rum PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Unkn for^Oomirtrdil P-int.r.g. howPrinting, UW FinsWar* of All *I no* VOL 30--NO. 251 Wallace BestNewspaper. cTrculationAdvertisers Obtaintoo Beet km for IMi Honor by DAILYINDEPENDENT. HELENA, FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St. Louis Bloi-k.^MAIN STBJCBT TheLong and the Short^of it Is,that our resumption of the^nnlaundried shirts was a mat^^ter of necessity, not of choice.^The demand was universal, and^as we are servants of the dear^public we could not but listen^to the caU. 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 5^^c , 75c. 90. You^must examine these goods if^only out of curiosity, because it^is really a wonder how they^can be produced for the money. Our60 CENT garment is a^marvel of economy and neat^^ness. It is well made, full cut,^and good material. True, not^the finest, but good enough for^any rn-iu who has pl...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 September 1889

EDAJJu* iNilEPEHDBHTTt HEUSNA. THURSDAY MORNING. BEPTEMBElt 26!8Stt. iHE INDEPENDENT irtlena,Mont., Sept. 96. IS89. nuiusImi loum Bxc*t-t Xobtut. 'JBUCATlUSlOrFIci. dhOAJy*ay TBM.^ OF scp^ r!ptws.^,Yty Uibacrl'iers, by carrier. p^^ -wash^J ,* jlTraias^o KsSijls^Wswe s-aas ^^*^^^reeklv. pe^ f*r* . officialpaper or LtWlS * \4 f rnrSTT. rMIWDfc^tNC t 1 -^aa ^ large* aaUf err. ... o i^^^^ ^^t mmmmmmm ^^^^^^ ^'^ ^r tni,r;iiK ^ larger circulation Ins^ BO^MM two wall, ,id^--i pubn.tiesl In Montane-^I in ^c press rowr wt-Mi; its subscription^^9^k**-* ^P^nK^ impaction. snsl It IS .'wars rto ^-o^^ 'net '^ ^lr^ul^tlOn to ^SSrwSlot tno Hootollco ot n-aieee oo ^ee^t^r .L)t^~t U RAILWAY t1mjc TABLIU^Montana t ee trad. hso| k.Pool, Atlanllcsx., {I Pool sail seat. 11:30 a m.^Montana, Pocttic ex., bauo aid ninth 4:t^' ;^^ ta^fir ^i^ eac Butto ox., b ;tto and ooala s ;5 ^ o^y.wr^Ui rx Stt2 HtPool, Atl^tlcox , Ban* mt ecath.ll :JS e. m.^Montana, ^e.lfic ox., M PoaJ and eaot. S:^ p. m.^Hau-uaend B.tto ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 September 1889

itson sale,^being daily^,'ited to call.^c ^^. co. MM II Til ! OURTIN. niOBtall other^similar to An-^with soot,^or apply to^NON. Agt. JFOKD. id114 Broadway. rstaswlU. oar alrras* th*whole M^^ca from^;.rt^e*tU*t ilsfy com pa-^ix.-T HANDS an* --.acre. Nose Bags,^ept at a Crst-claae bar- St.,Helena, M. T. West. KOTEL. RIEIGRS. DtelId tte Imitory, * S.BIl* In natural CreCO. TANA. Iw. znuiemsSolicited,^erent Smelters^iddt-r. a*Works at Northern^lotor Line West. THEDAILY iKDEPENDENTt HELENA. THURSDAY MOKNIXG. SEPTEMBER 26, 188 MORE CASH PATENTS. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. MontanaSettler* Reaping a Harvest^BeuuM a Campaign^Progress. isin Patent*are now being rushed to Mon^^tana* from the general laud office at Wash^^ington, and if they continue to come in^very rapidly much longer, Register Lang-^taorne and Receiver Howell will have to^hire extra^ffi *e room to hold ihem. There^are over 1 000 patents lying in the office^now a^^itmg the call of their owners, and^some of thriii have been in the off...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 September 1889

THU.*UA*LLir lNDEPE^-DEXT: HELENA, THURSDAY MOUSING. SEPTEMP^ 26 THESEARE SOLID. TheOutlook in Desr Lod^e, Missoula^and Cascade Bright for the Democracy. Republican Attempt, at Di.trar.-^Chisement. Deer Lodge ^s Safe^tor the Democracy Worktoc MM* *^ the 01 * Md!.!^^^ Nouitw -mtmm^M forafMaw wad Ma^lullla. uukI/mk.s.-r^- ^ - -P^M ^^*^^lodr^udfiit. l-MDce the br^inLin(f of the^ranvMiithaa ti-en apparent that Dr.r^Lod^eoun-.) w *. solidly democratic. At^DoUu^^-.ir^ t; - c. utions mad- tlirlr^nomioa:i..iii ha* * ilnKle prominent rrpub-^Wm elaiii)-d that the county would ^^^olberwi*- than d^iuocratic. The republ.-^ran. '.a^e claim-d that they would eiect^luBo.l-' Ht men on the county ticket,^and that p.r^*it.:y Carter would carry the^county, but thia la not cocoded by the^d^mocr.i- ! re*i^t ration generally ha^^bwn ^;r^ ^-r than was ei;..- t^ d.and taking^the whol^-. ,nnt^ ;be increase ia in favor^of the dem. cra'.^ The rnend* ^^f democracy^hav~ Leen *orkinK industm^u^iy and har-^mi.niou...

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. — 27 September 1889

Wait: Fop ROS.foodsfor 1889 textensive liae of Dry Goods,^-r shown in the city. cities,it Will Pay You lens,our importation* and pnr-^r extensive H'nlf. Kiirly in tti^*^^-II MLiutufr lawn-'. ^^ ma le o i^h, that obtaining the excluslie^particularly in 3ressgoods. willpay yoq to wait for our NI NG : letime. BBO, n ill him. Mont. MEN. FATMEN, RALEAN MEN WVll-FittingClothes of^from our ready made PO]N'T ! distinctionbetween )thingCheap. -n Boyi and (^hiJdren,^Our iSew S'ock is^vou OUUMM re-sist^^ BAN8 i KLEIN. BOZEMAN. M^ CO.,^oxs, alImplements 8A SPECIALTY! Son, Helena. KALKRS andSTOVES. ipp'ies.GARLAND STOVES Sale plan! Steele, ITKEKT. Kl( umpat it Vines at purpose.Kcky Fork CoaJ^LkeH hot h ire and leave* little 3UROBIOOK. fNKI.LCO.. Anaconda. Killings, NG.Livingston. . Townseud.^iK. Stillwater. CE! urant, GrandStreet 1,'89- Iiples. Look out for G Th Indepeudm l I* Well Ive, nipped ros tub PROMPTEXECUTION^Of til urd-rs for lTr*'te Print rg, how Mnttnf. ana Fin*Work of AH Kind* BestNe...

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 September 1889

DALLYINDEPENDENT! HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27186W. THEINDEPENDENT jut*a ^^ja TTair. carrier.. noaan..., 1 3Of orFicnL MPao^ swawM- ^*** ..Tier eall, cirCM!.- .t.Mrat p^-i ^^^ . tmw ^ MMWMK'^^ subscription^M^^M -^BW^aM h^wa^t ha^ ^O - KioUerS 00^^ *0 peace r-.-elected him. When Uie city sdito ^e ;Meres ^^pAsSat iw* ^r p.*^o^oTi^^ at MM ^ Xu'.aiia Central. mtjbt.K pass* -.ndeaes. _Butte and s*^atn TIM I. ^ V^ ' himfor justice of the^anrt of course elected wasincorporated they elected him police^magistrate, which position he has held ever^since, and during bis official career be baa^never forgotten that be ia a laboring man,^and the laboring people generally can feel^pro id of him, aDd they may rest assured^that no matter what position of state be^may nccnpy, be will always be tbe same^Tom Fitzgerald a* of old. Wecan tell the Libor Argus in ad^^vance, however, that the Helena Journal^will not apologize to Mr. Fitzgerald for^MagMa*i The Journal speaks for^th^ republic in party ...

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