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

/ 1 ioV^V*VavVvw^o,. TateIndtpfuOni la Well F^nleped roa rum promptexecution!^Of all orders for^Printing.^Shew Pointing, and Fine.Work Of All Kind* BestNewspaper. largest~cTrculation.Advertisers Obteiata. a^TJaa^^^aatr Moaa, a, DAILYINDEPENDENT VOL 30^NO.. 179 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 2. 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St Loris Block, MAIN8TRKKT. Inour show window yon will^see some tidbits that we are of^fering this week. Take a look^in the one on the north and yon^will see some of the prettiest^styles of cheap underwear ever^shown in this city. The ^cray^pattern at $1 a suit would take^the cake were it not foi that^delicate red and blue stripe, a^suit of which you run occupy if^you are the happy posessor of^*3^)etB Salelasta but this wt-ek. Youare pr bablv a wan* that^the adv^*nt of warm weather has^given a ftrvat impetus to bnsi^ness^not that we were idle^^but we do say that tnid^- shows^the effect of Old Sol beaming^upon it because a week a^o th^-^t...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENDENTS HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July 2; l^8^. PUBUtaiDKrur Houii' Hxcstt lonui IN3IPSNDSNTTWM. co_ PLBLIbHn^'^. UBL1CATIONOKP1CR. BROADWAY rcRJfsor svnsrpjpTios _1rj^n tvecrl oera. My carrier ;er saoatta$1 JJ MRall-osr rw^^^ joTrain a, to newsboys udstandsSett Weekly,pa* year^* (mtf papkr OF UBWIS a.^v^clabkm. county. TsajINDEPENDENT rat a is'aer dally circula^^tor* than e/v, ^^-^MP^r tutwr ^* Paul a^mj^^oc1;and and a larger circulation tnan an^^steer two dally aapora pubiianad m Montana,^it haa no praaa roam aacrata. ita auhacription^sock a ara epan to Inspection, and It I* always^reedy to pro.a that IU circulation a aa -epfw. Enteredat tha PoeloffVe at Haiana aa aacond.^tiaaa mat tar lilllKII.N^ a TIT I i. IN AUKKII .l, Uin evident*^ of the rorifldence of for^^eign capitalists in the quality of west^^ern milieu that an Knglish company has^recently completed iiegotiati'Uia for the^purchase of mineral lamls between^Santa Fe a...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MOKNING. JULY 2, 1889. MR.PORTER PROTESTS. THE CIVIL SERVICE RUlES. The Census Superirtendent S^y^^Their Application Will Interfere^With His Duties. Washingtonn^-'r^.: Sud*. 1'i.rter. ^t^tru* MM bureau, baa bad aesstal sa**^^views, with tlif president Wie last lew ^i*v^^Tbe last time be was accompar..^^^! ^*^-'^relaxy Noble. Mr Porw eM IM to ink-^to convince th^ prt-iidrnt iff aup-iin:-^mi-Dti In bis buirn'i srn.ii.ii not oe ptani^auder the civil service MRMkH An of^^ficial of th^- ^-ivif e^-rvice ccmniis*ion saiit^tbat Mr. I'orttrr'a ^rlurts would be futil*-, as^th^- prrsidfut bad practically decid'-d upon^the niatu-r. and census appuintres would^Cave to be civil service aclioiars. Mr. Pur^^ler, upon hearing the remark to-day, said^that if the president had so decided he was^not aware of it, and he believed that with^the facta before him he would not so de^^cide. Senator Hale.chairtuan of the senate^census committee and trainer ol the per^rent,...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 2. 1889. KELLOGG'SCASE. ProbateJudge Howey Decides That^The Medical Board Has No^Case. HeReviews the Testimony and Shows^Wherein.the Examiners Failed^To do Their Duty. lull Wm rrvtor the Oeclsfon *nd the Law^I p^D thr ~ .. I.j. . i m* C oust rued b Bin Honor Jbdge Howry rendered a deciaioo yester^^day In the ca*e of the Territorial Hoard of^Medical Knatuinern vs. Dr. F:. 5. Kelloftg^for practician medicine without a certifi^^cate. Judge Howey holds that Dr. Kellofqc^has not been given a fair opportunity by^the board and decides agnngt them. The^decision Is in full as follows : Inthe prvbate court, l.^-wi^ and Clarke^county. Territory of Montana, Territory'^K. S. Kellf*^. Thecomplaint in this case was hied on^.Junes*. 1-*'.'. and alleges that the defend^ant ^has not before the acts l.erein set^forth, or at any time, or at ail, obtained a^certificate authorizing him, the said E. S.^Kellogg, to practice medicine or surgery in^any of 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. — 3 July 1889

uslmUnderwear, at 3ros, ;in fiii^ dnpBftaMMtt^to-- iii;ii.\ I li- ini.se^prior- at which wh^t.^iii^h yon. but our tanfMuslin I.iawt-ra,^iir. /.adi*--,' l^raw^-rp, witfa ^J iiirh nitte, at^la^^- trirtiiiiirii:. at 40c^I law ^^alia, $1 ^ach. NightI^rvss^-!^. lace^lies' S'ujht DraM**, 2-^.Nitrlit I 'rfs.-^^-s, stee Ladies'Nigftt Dress-^1 2^ each. [.wile-hr^^-sar.-ueri is^ottoll Hir-e ill ^ I a dozen. acenmhl itt Hi and^^other caie of' Jersey ,srhsta and Mil- hunting^if id, white ami blue ndeed! in :i hundred what^iv judge nf Chithinjr^^^\ to iV. N^^lxxly can^iii ttade W hj, thr-n,^II. to y^m that Btlu it^u iMtii: in :i qveatioa ^^f^i-thing is mm ^(^stly^t is. tak-- it steadily^r^. the \^'r\ big fact,^M jtdaed t'^ reliability^ility and quality that^i^^v\ iriur in trade. Our^i h^- y ^ 'H 1^^ Iter. We {LEIN NEW! h Our Midst EasjCI ':^ii-. A Clean^ioaUi and willing to dr^^Plvatiiptioa l.npart- T'pli'ins d islx-lii-eil as abovean all to be macv, HolterBlock KIN *Saddles, imi'ss, ii-tr-. Sli...

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. — 3 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1889. fHEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July 3, 1889. PTsljsbe:. SrtsrIouim Bxcnrr Mosmai INDSPBSOBMTpcb. CO^ publishers. ublicatiunomc*. broadway. TERMSOF SVBS( RIPTWN^Ml Sabserllssrs, t.y carter. ;*r couthtl jo lands, .^sets^ft ^ atMall^per year^jn Trains, Is mwiIoji ue *elu^. pas y^M. orriciALpapeb or lewis awl CLARKEroCKTT. Th,INDEPENDENT hM a largsr daily clrcuwk.^Ion than any newspaper betwaan St. Paul nno^Portland and a largsr circulation than any^s-ro- two dally paean eubiiahad In Montana,^ithaano preaa room aacrata. tt auhacrlptlon^sooko ar, ooan to inspection, and It la alwaya^seado to pro^e that ita circulation Is aa rv a- Entaradat tha PostofBcs at Maiana aa sscond-^^ laat mattar. PAmU Ml I'KKJl rkr. TheJournal of this rity w laboring^uiiilrr a rni-ai'i-rf hf n-ion of the facts in^two c iff* which formed the subject of a^paragraph iu yt-sterdajV i^u^- of that^paper. In the first place, the Prince of^Wales was in no way ...

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. — 3 July 1889

lachinefl^^n Earth. TH and the dBozeman. 1NTRALRAIL-^ck P. M. Fare, Children,75c. N.President. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. AVEDlCESDAY MOBNING. JULY 3, 1880. AMAZEDREPUBLICANS HARRISONS HOME POSTMASTER. CommisilonrrRoosevelt's Lectura to^Ore of the President s Appoint^^ees at Inoimnapohs. lDdianapoli*^pwisi: The *.-n^^tiori^l^developments wdkii tuiiowrtf tie iwief in^^vestigation Into the affair* of tin- ^-.-t IB e^by the civil service comuiMiun ^.-it.-r.]a)^tisve been tf^^ one tbenje of coium-nt to^^day, a^d there ia a grwul U'-.irm tbat^I'utlmutrr Wallace ba^ t-~-n v-ry culpable^in bl* management. Th*- .-vni^-nrr ah^^*ed^conclusively tbat he bad invrn the direv-^Uod of affairs entirely to Aftaintant Post^^master Tfjoiup^on, a ward politician, ^bo^uodertixjk to put bis (ri^Dds into places, re^^gardless of law or the opinions of decent^men. Itbaa transpired tbat Commissioner^Koosevelt, in a private conversation witb^Wallace after tin- investigation, advised^him to be postmaster in...

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. — 3 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 1889. WILYW00LST0N. HeHas Succeeded in Buying Up All^the Water to Be Had in^Helena. Business Houses, as a Rule. Are^Decorated for the Glorious^Fourth. Th.YounBLadles Selected for lb* Car of^btato -Lot-al ^^^^ ^r^Inltmi. ItU stated that the basis upon which the^new water deal is being maue, of which^lieo. F. Woolston is the head, is a proposi^^tion to purchase the othrr plants, but as^yet only bond* hav- b^en Riven and Mr.^Wonlston has Rune east to unfold hU^acbtnie to hU backers. Mr. Hale it is said,^is not a partj to the transaction. He atill^rt-tains a half interest in the Oro Kino^tTeam, while ne owns the reservoir and^Woolfolk ditch above tins and the other^irulches from which Helena is getting a^porUon of its water supply. .should Mr. Woolston succeed iu placing^the stuck ^t his new company in the east,^and it i^ stated that T. C. IVwer's repre^^sentative is willing lo accept stock for his^wa'er righu And mains, etc., Mr....

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. — 4 July 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 1-1 -v- ThisInterests You AHOME 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, Rooms 1. 2 and 3. Secoud Floor First National Bank Building, Kn FLYERSABROAD. GoodAttendance and Fine Sport on^the Opening Day of the West^Side Meeting. Nettie 8, Evening Star and RolyjK^Bol. the Lucky One^^Opening^Day at Spokane ' Falls Re.u Its at the Washington P^-Doings or the Slugger*^and Association Oaj artMeeting agents, Rootnn 1. 2 trancecorner Grand and Jackaon street* IUttk, July :(. ^(Special to the Inde^^pendent. 1^To-day was the first day of the^July meeting ol the West Side Fair and^Racing association. The attendance was excellent,the track in fine condition and^the events hotly contested and interesting. Thefirst race, quarter mile dash, waa^won by Nettie S. in ...

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. — 4 July 1889

kPEN-T:HELENA. THURSDAY MORXINO, JULY 4,1889. lTOCRATBLANCO Sketchof the Life ot the Deposed^President of Venezuela, Now^Minister to France. wLife Pills, Bueklen* Arnica ^alve^mil Elf-ctric Bitt^rs. and have never^handled remedies that aell as well, or that^have given such universal satisfaction.^We do not hesitate to guarantee them^every time, and we stand ready to refund^the purchase price, if satisfactory results^^to not follow their use. These remedies^have won their (Treat popularity purely on^their merits. R. S. Hale A Co.. druKKist*- TheToMng Mastodon Vain and Imperious Man Who^Erected Statues to Himself in^the Streets of Caracas. Le-|^l^e ^^^- Faults. I nclar Bli KuU^Country l^r.^^|^^re^l *^ It ^e^er^Had lt^-fora-. GuzmanBlanco, the deposed autoors* ot^the Venezuelan republic, about whom the^wires are now busy, has been an extraor^^dinary man in many ways. He is a native^of Caracas, where he ^i^ born about titty-^five years ago. His fatt er was the private^secretary of Simon...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUBSDAY MORN UcliNfr r.i n (^ All ^ ^r*^^^t ^-%r*j pin^^l^^o flu, Koom^SlK^*H . i 11 it , ,cb hn rco. Lumber .ntlonCorrea- *.P Depot feTIN. 1Paper mumwitti ocr tire***, i! while Mnck froa ;'^ HADJSJ5 therlv, Lambert^^anduros, Pic-^/amages and Day.4 V-f V7 //. July3. President. IECIL S_CONVERT. Ho*the Titled Evangelist Won the^Man Who Once Threatened to^Cut His Head OA. CorporalSkinner Becomes ^ Fervent .^Follower o^ the Nobleman,^But Backslides. .4,MMki of \Vb.*r^- firxy Pro^^l In-^,oiuUlfiit With V*r^iceU^ UieQuMn^^Why Of 11 OK thr Army. Thedeath by drownine of lx^rd Adelbert^Percy Cecil, the evangelist, had a peculiar^interest for William skinner, who now^Uvea at Ashton, Khodr Island, hkinn^r^and his lordship were once companions-in^^arms and ^^companions in the I^ord. As^regards the first nairn-d degree of compan^^ionship, that was merel^ technical. Skin^^ner being but a corporal in the gut-en's^Ko^al Kifles and Lord Cecil being an of^^ficer in the ...

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 July 1889

TH1-:DAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 4,1889. THEINDEPENDENT ielena,Mont., July i, !-^^^. Pnunii)Sviht MomitiKo tfxcmrr Hobday iNDXPINDINTPCB. CO., PUBLISH*Kfl. LBLJCATlOSomC*. BROADWAY TERM'SOF SUBSCRIPTION Jltjsiubeerlbere, bj carrier, per montb ByMall-par rear AnTralne, a) neweboya and new* etanie^Weekly, , -r rear .Seta OmClALpaper zlarkecounty. or LEWIS A xl rnaINDE PENDENT mi a larjar dally clrcula-^^On than any aeweoaper oetieeen St Paul ana^^oM'and and a larger circulation than any ataertwo dally oapara oubiianad in Montana.^Unas no praaa roam aecreta, Ita aubacrlptlon^Boone are opan to inapactlon, and It ^^^^^^^^eady to prova that Ita circulation la aa repre- Haianaaa eecono- Entaradat tna PoatorTtca at^* aoa mattar. iONDrNrl^ RAILWAY. T1MKTABI.k. MontanaOntral.^DEPART. 8t.I'aal, Atlantic ex., m. Paul aad east. 11 15 a. m.^Montana, Pacific ex , Batte and eouth 1:^ p. b^Brcu and Batte n . Butte and auutk t) m p ra^Maryevllle ei 3:35 p. m ABBJVB. StPaul, Atla...

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. — 4 July 1889

ML! DS while ad MIIE: THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY CORNING, JULY 4, 1880. ionwith 'lit. StillAhead N'S ft TTINC JRSETS o ma^^^ with our i^oid aiHomfon^ed b^ lapped^formerly Lied. MorePopular Ihan Ever rtectfit with .itj^o^I omfort no^ |u^r-^Ml eeLengths, OUT,MEDIUM.^x IRA LONG giveGrades' mfortabi*to t^e torQ-,alltv rSVHERE. .LKHA ^ O.,^No JON ft CO.. iionng, HidPi US ;is. e ad, 'redGamer's ANA. H'S resortand^vicinity tier'sand^en to the A.Mt'H.ii^gey. metery. dboc Im i ban a^^a ^ltv . emsteey.^en mil** from tas^track, will be r*- r.i ^ BMata*J THEJULY RACES. TheFirst Day of the Summer Meet-^in^ Not Very Largely^Attended TwoRunning Races and a Trotting^Race the Event* of^the Day. faioritMHave a Walk-Over. Kteept In^;thr ThrM-^uartrr i^a^h. Wou^by Uiavolo. Twofurlongs - Sunday. ^^seconds. Sixfurlongs^Diavolo; 1:17. Trotting,three in live, 9:48^class-Alien2:4:il 4 Itit-tint day's racing at itf (air grounds^attracted but a suia.l attendance and the^races were not sutln iently...

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. — 4 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING-, JULY 1.1889. - DAWSONSMURDEB Historyof the Crime of Which a Jury^Sayi Dr McDow is Not Guilty. ahynamite plot at harvard. GREATIDCLIM Ullll MURRAY'SSPECIFIC. HowtnAttempt Was Made to Secrete theBody, But Which^Failed. AnAbortive Attempt to Blow t p Hi. ol.i^tollea-e Hospital. Cambridge,Mass., special: The fond^^ness of tee Harvard students for all torts^of mad pranks has shown itself time and^attain in divers ways, but it now appears^to have reached the dynamite stage. But ifthe college faculty, or the police for that la^^i j 1 l^a.sE*tINAL vvBAK-^matter, discover who are the mischievous gf* S^STmTSJSSA^stndents who have essayed to imitate the j urcus, in either m, c as^d bjr BeforsTaking. Aguarantee* 1 rare for all ner ou*^dlvur, rum as WEAK MBM- ORY,LOJ'S OF BRAIN POWER^Hvsterla. Ueeriech. PAIN 1^^TllB B.V r. NIRVOl'N PRO-^TRATIUN WAKEFULNESS,^LBUt * *KRH^EA^DH IVIIIA L Ir. j|r|la , I'n - en I Attention to I^son's atari** (.owrnew-Tb...

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. — 4 July 1889

i E TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORXTXG, JULY 1. 1*89. ES IS ethingasso-^to see^tofore. ns, ins. aotaf-^White loth, receivfcd i. me6twe^ric it is k.White^nr a bride. S. IE.ilena any alBrick IB. IManager. ks , f'rs- aORSTRKKT^N STBKKT. eCity^TAP. irfi DEK iWDl*P -^^ (a 3TEL 1887.4mm^. ay ^nt )TEL TORS. Inthe Territory ABRAYE COSYICT. HowThomas B Ne^son Atoned for a^Crime by an Act of Great^Heroism. JumpingInto the Sea and Saving the^Lite of a Man at the Risk ot Hi*Own. K. Hi.Hon.; ImmH Sent to the John-t..^ n^..ufTerer.-Par.lnlied l.y ^.^^^^ Wster-^nian and '~-nt Home. .-anFrancisco Examiner. ^I've Own^here eight years now and I've ^^^t three^years more to serve. What do 1 need of^moDey ^ Send it to the Johnstown suffer^^ers. The!^ad-fared young fellow who spoke^thus to (.'apt. Keddy, of the San Ujientin^Kuard;^. wore the regulation striped suit of^a :. He was far from looking the vil^^lain that burglars are generally supposed to^look. His frank, open countenance and^larg...

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. — 4 July 1889

11 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4,1889. THECONVENTION. Seventy-Five Representative Mon-^Unians Will Meet To-Day to^Form a Constitution. TheFuture Welfare of the New State^Left to Them^Who Tffe^Are. lawthe Convention Ball Ha. Been Pi^pared Kor Their Reception ^ Way^^side H'hlNpcn. Territorialsecretary L. A. Walker hag^been buaily engaged for some time in sup^^erintending the work of fitting up the dis^^trict court room for the constitutional con^^vention, which shall convene to-day at^high noon. The hall is not any too large,^bnt it has been conveniently arranged.^Forty new large antique desks have been^put in, each containing live drawers, with^inkstand, waste-basket, blotting paper and^euspidore attachments. The balance of^the desks are the same as used by the last^legislature. There are five rows of desks,^seventy-five in all, arranged so that the^page can conveniently reach every mem^^ber. At present, common chairs are to be^used, but handsome antique oak ...

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 July 1889

5O^0 V *Vft\VCtf^. Tb*Independant la Well MnlpM SOB TBS PROMPTexecutioni^Of til Orders for^Oomma'clal Printing Snow fnnting. tM FinsWork of All Kinds v BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION.^Advertisers |Obtain the Bast Batons for their Money by | dailyIndependent. VOL 30^NO. 182 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Loris Block, MAIN6TRKKT. Itis useless for any person,^who has bwn in our store for^the* last month, to say ^Harris,^how's biz If they were not^blind they coa'd Bee ^biz was^good.^' Why was it good with^us when every clothing tirni in^Helena has been an a^ tive niem^ber of the ^kickers club. Why.simply because we^showed about as many styles^as all the other houses com^^bined. And when a man felt^that he did not want to work a^whole yeai for the merchant^tailor, in case he needed a sum^mer suit, he put a double eagle^and calls on us, sees just as^well made, just as good fitting^and much more stylish gar^^ments, and a* a n...

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 July 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FBIDAY MOKNING. .IULY 5, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT delena,Mont., July 5, 1889. muiiniInn loan* *eXcajT Mobdat. INDEPENDENTPUB. CO., PLBLIBHEKS. JBUCATIONOFFICE. BROADWAY. TERXSOf SCBSCRIPTIOK Mlsubscrlberr *ij carrier, per oonlt'I !5 orJ* all^per year* m inTralas, to BwwwtKiyi and -vwi steads....Srts^Weekly. pM 7Mr^^ * omClALPAPER Of LEWIS AKD^CLARKE COCKTT. TeeINDEPENDENT Ul ^ large' *ellv clreulA-^lar than any MofMpar between St Paul ana)^Portland and a large- circulation tnan any^aiaar two dan* papora published in Montana,^itnaano orees roam secrete, itt subscription^^ooka ara opan to inspection, and It i* always^reedy to pro^e that lt^ circulation ^ as repre- Entaradat tha Poaloffica at Haiana m^^ laaa matter. CQ5BENMJ)KAILWAI inn 1 \ HI ^ . MontanaCentral,^us cast. Isf.Paul, Atleuacex., St. Paul and east^M i.'aca, l'eclflr el . Batte and tooth^Henna and Butte n . Bulla and eouUi^Marys vllle ex arbjvb. St.Paul, Atlantic ex , Butte and south^^f^ntana, Par...

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 July 1889

TTTEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 18S9. ers! Um^ii Eartii. FH and the s,Etc. Bozeman. salAssn. make the^red the at-^De avoided.^uO-day, and i o-J)av ! iikerford^tton ikerlord^i-on menison iblesrbee^iker SSOCIATION rthe Grounds.^President. iCURTIN uildinR gGoods^Bd Lilt Ii.nipf, ,^ JVC CRN ^3^2 f* -_lil RANCES, ware.Oftm^^ I EldUM aBB^ ^-^^*^ s OCt 01 CUP.TTN atthe^SL IS OTEL.. THEMODERN HERCULES. SULLIVANS GOCO CONDITION. AGraphic Description of One of the MenWho will Contest tor the^Championship. fectlonof Throat, I.units or Ch^-^t, such a*^Consumption. Inflammation of Lungs.^Asthma. WboopiOK Couirh. Croup,rtc,ete.^It is pteaaant and aurt-cable to taste, per^^fectly safe and can ^:^^^^ be d*-wn^l*-d^upon. Trial bottles free at K. ^. Hale A^Co'a drug store- Notice Pr--..oalttonswUl be receive.)^signed from an, and all hTlb* under-^bavins ror.ma forrent anttable. or which mat hi mad* suitable^for echo I pt-pom for eneatag school year^Three or tour school rooms of...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXDENTi HELENA, FRIDAY MOBXIXG. JULY 5, 1883. AGALAFOIRTH. Helenas Celebration of the Declara^^tion of Independence an Un^^qualified Success TheGrand Procession in Detail^The^Industrial Parade a Magnifi^^cent Sight. MajorMartin M^^lnnl. splendid or*.ion^Inatrurtltr Addre^^. TheFourth of July in Helena wag one^never U^ be fortfotn-n. and it it doubtful if^any city in the union celebrated the day in^a more enthusiastic, elaborate and exten-^aive acale than did the 35.000 Montaniana^who were within the walla of^ttit- capital yeaterday. The procea-^^^d wa*. by far the lar^e*t and^une^t display ever seen in this or any other^territory, and there was but one opinion:^^It was' great!^ It woi'ld have done credit^to a c:t^ five times the size of Helena. The^weather ^^ perfect during the morning,^and aMh it grew warm and dusty in the^afternoon, no complaint was heard. The^entire proceedings were conducted with^niilltarj precision, and none but a master^hand could have handled su...

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