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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 July 1889

Underwearat ros. tlii-rlHj.ar^ni^-nt.^D iuaii\ Cht MM^lit^ at vvhi'h wh^isli V--U. but our Mut-linI^rawt-rs,^'Ji^s' Drawers, 3-^LawoU***^ liraweir, u^_' inch ruffle-, at^e- trimming, at 40c^^^ llUlslill. $1 tack. Iffhl Ds**Mto^, lace Sight I tive^'S, 2-^itrlit l)rt-s^eh, iin^*^^dies' Siigii* I'rena each. -'It*-^ill,.' ^^^ |iw is {{^^^^ at 11 a d^ z^ii.^r loiiuc-.ng at _^ and rca-eofLadies' Jersey whiteand blue hunting^I dM. white and blue deed! i:i Iraadrcd what^idge of Clothing^ .^I^.-. Nobody can^^dfl Why, tiipn,^i you tli;it make* it it;in ^ ^|D^tiua of^ng is mm tOwtlj lakeit steadily^i ^^ \ ^ ry Uk fart,^^iiiH^l to reliability and^|iialify that^in trade. Our \iii L.-ft.-r. We LEIN NEW! OurMidst! LjChairs. A Clean^\f and willing to do^i i - tiptioa Depart-^^ ^t.- i!is])^nsea as^Mrs are- all to be nacv, loiterBlock EW, HOES OT. mpany intalBrick iTJ-CtS- -tVneralManager. A rop'rs- m1 m Kaon street; mmain strkkt. nthe City.^ON TAP. ouses ,D'S, Saddles,/ i.Slickers, Noee Bags,^nt la ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 July 1889

thedally independent: helena, saturday morning. july 6, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Selena.Mont.. July IP89. PrrBusHsD grillstow*!** KxrBJTStWDaV. ID*P^N3Sl^T PUB. CO, P JBLI.iHKKB. UBLICATIONOFnC^. BKJADWAI. TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION^mm ^i*^^-.rth^^. hy earner. P*r moult.... 'ict* asOh omriALPAP^B Or LK*T1^ AND^ci.ARK* ^ ^I STT. TMINDEPENDENT ku a t*r^*e **'^^ elreula- imtr^.n mm nmmmmm bsbssbs ^^^^orti.r.o ^^^i ^ ^^^^^^' mwmmmmm m- aii^pm^*.* Dubit*^^*^^ ^*^^^^^ llulnosr... ro*m**cr*t*. it* *ul^*crlpOO .00*..'^ ot.^ 10 m*^wetl^^. area it la alwar*^,Md, io 0ro^* imi iti circulation la aa rapra- Em-t at to. Poa^ofT^ca at naiana ^^^ last mattar. msnn-iiiu tim 1 UaU M.,nl.til' ^ ciitral. :#!^* RT. fitFbbSj AawaBScwa* K 1'eiil end east.11^Hi o .r.a, i'vl^ W Helenaami Butle ex^MansviUs ex IItie ard tooth.^. Hutu^ and soutn a. m. 5:t5 p. m^- [1 m B3*.p. m Ii-..Maryr U:-J5a. m^. 4.^ p. ra^. A: JO i^ m. l'l.toa. m. .Northerni'aritir. ARBI vi. ^estv^- and eoalaaad lietsaa *x Dam.v..11. Wed. and Prt. 1h...

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. — 6 July 1889

THEDAILY: HELENA. SATURDAY MORXTXG. JULY 6, 1889. RAIDOF THE BLOODS. GRANVILLE STUAR I EXPLAINS. TheStock Association Blam-d for^Inaction in a Case in Which It^Had No Power 'TheBlfK^l Indian* wb'^ ^Tr^-*t^-d for^raiding the Crowg and ^U-a'ina tior^fi,^^tr^let out of tLe guard room on Fridaj. the^^rueriefcn authorities having refused to^prosecute. If the Canadian Indians make^more raids than ever among the herds of^Montana horsemen, the American author!^ties must thank no one but thems^-Ives for^if. A war party of Blood Indians some^time ago stole a number ot horses in Mon^^tana, and the police here, after an immense^amount of trouble, captured four or five of^the ludlans. The American authorities^refused to prosecute, and the In^^dians had to be released. We^cannot understand the inaction of the^Montana .Mockgrowers association in this^matter. They are generally pretty keeu^after horse thieves, and their failure to^prosecute In this case will not have the^effect of rendering the pro...

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. — 6 July 1889

f / THEDALLY INDEPENDENT* HELENA. SATODAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1889. THECONVENTION. Permanent Hon.W. A^in OrganizationClark as Presid-^Offlcer. With -Arms,En- ChiefClerk. Serge^nt-^t- gross.ngand Enrolling Clerk and^Other Help Chosen. Commlttreon Mmtm Ord.r of Bu.l-^^^-.. IX Ird Will M**^l Till.^Morning. Yesttrdsy,the second day of the confti^tutional convention, a permanent oritanU-^ation ws. effected by the election of W A.^C ark president by a atrietly party vote. I..^H. Hershfc- M i^inK the republican nomi^^nee for the p.^iti.*n. The chief clerk, -n-^ur.-1-mif clerk, wat- hman and paife were^^elected bv a party vote, A committee^on rule* and order of business ^^ ap iH.mted.after winch an adjoutunj^nt was Skenuntil 10 o'ch-k lo-rta-. reedms in detailare aaJoltowK porar chau^that several theopening comeforward and tak^Me^ar^ Courtney aud^.^..., in by Judne lllake. MrSeSwuSawl it would be proper^to hay . 'thec.f.veiition o,k-u will, prayer. 'T.t tV w 'aV/re-,- ,^e lo Mr Toole-.^Mlatiou...

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. — 7 July 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 184. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1889. FIVECENTS 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 monthlv^installments. Call and investigate. WALLACE^THORNBURGH, Agents,Rooms L 2 and 3, Second Floor First National Bank Building, Kn-^trance corner Grand and Jackson Street*. READYTO BATTLE. .trainArrives at New Orleans and^is Accorded a Warm Reception^' by His Adherents. TheBaltimore Man Said to be in Ex^^cellent Shape and His Backers^Sure of Winning. Not Much Danger of Interference Willi^the right^The Preparations for^the Mill Monday Morning. c arriages,Baggies and Road Wagons, Landaus,Coupes and Phaetons, IJST GREAT VARIETY. Schnttle-r'sMontana Lumber and Quartz Wagon Ue^ars. Farm^Wagons. Harness. Etc. SPECIALBARGAINS FOE ONE ^W 33F^et. BmLmm Property, on Broadway. 37iiac...

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. — 7 July 1889

/' THEDAILY IN DEPEN DEN T: HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 188!^. FORTHE LADIES The Romance in the Life of a^Wealthy Philadelphian and Why^He Never Married hi*looks, and perhaps says some^^thing pleasant about it. Whether he cays^anything or not, it he like* it his took of^approbation is more than satisfactory,^while if the (town is not pretty or becoming^simply doesn't notice it. That is the way^of a man: he never see* a thing that is not^attractive, and is .j'jick to appreciate one^that i^. I Proposalsfor Water Supp y. TheSecrets That Sometimes Come to^the Knowledge ot Fashionable^Dressmakers. HfDa- CrtHaa^^r *'^^^'^ i^n-^ Brideanil H^-r Bsaaa Io-^trrliMUtor, The l'hiladelphi%Banal: There is a ro^^mance connected with the life of the late^philanthropist. laaiaft V. Williamson-^which formed a great commotion in social^circles in Philadelphia a third of a century^ago. Mr. Williamson remained a bachelor^all his life, but it was a narrow escape, for^:t was only the excessive timidit...

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. — 7 July 1889

EA S 1 CATHE nPacific -road, * Car Route AND- .HORTLIKE oALL- CITIES ri;:.;:r;'Chicago POIMiiEAST. O.NLV CarLine ililCkTim*., .i.a:.F-.ls.ee Cars. c rim' -ttt f ^^. mm.J ^^ p m [. | r-., ,.,^ a- p m il-1stipU * ;. r. ..- ^^ ^ b d-.tlnn.'i.Onai ^^:^,M-.l.iUj r.:i^ p a ). ^ i -r :o ft a a 11'H itii'.ay. na m em 4m p m^ie, m. T.^Minn. SCrSNICROUrfl^} RT I I W KS5T ntan-a lr\ ntra itob-a lwaysM, til*NaT^-/ mfe SHORTLINE Mulder.Cutis. Mar.evlMe, gt. iMpulll, CmiAgo and^ll Points last forPassenijer Traffic lOJ-IZ) TRAINSDAILY HtTHIKN lenaand St. Paul IpingCars,^|, Dining: Cars,^|cent Day Coaches, FreeSleeping Cars,^|i-Clacs Passengers. '1 int. Ci^urtM| for^fur Patrons. IIf .. Ii ^^^ Tlaa OtNIHHTIME TABLE.^Baaa ^-f arrival and tlfpmrtart)^la aa Hit-ww eche^t':l*r u^kln * , HKi v K at iie1.kma. .atiaatt;- h,t. tr ^^.it nw and I^ ^vc 1 rt.- Hi fromM. I'aol -ri'lHurt* Kx. fromBntt* wl^111- ihi)^i*fii, lii a m. Ill*Kl. 1 -fct p. Ql. :ki^aut ruoa iiiijua.^Atlantic Kv tirM. I'tni end nsI'eclrV E...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 7 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: Fl ELENA. SUNDAY MORN I NO;. JULY 7,1889. THEINDEPENDENT !pugilism has a claim upon public con- small and insignificant and one ^that telena,Mont., July rmuiDItut X unn Sxcmrr loiui. INDEhKSDKNTPUB. Co.. !'UBLIbHBK^. BKOAI1WAY TERMSOF SrBSCRIPTlOlt^Mm ssMcrttwra, hy curler, i-er month siderationbecause it cultivates a spirit^of chivalry, the premises are altogether^wrong and the deductions unwarranted,^as is shown by the fact that there is^scarcely ever a sparring match or a^prize-tight in which one side or the^other is not justly accused of unfair con^^duct. The pugilistic encounter that does^not terminate in a draw or a row^growing out of the trickery of the^participants is a rare exception to hasbeen filled by many men of less dis^^tinction than Fred Douglass, who is now^tottering on the final verge of an illus^^trious career.^ Mr. Douglass has been a^notable figure in American history, and^deserved better it the hands of this ad^^ministration than assignmen...

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. — 7 July 1889

KXUIKII IN RMANCES2^1(J 8 P. M. nerica.IVrrYrtinff by^M Ml vn~t -\eryileinrtment the^rarlat*, multitudinous^ict ami feature with^^MarM t'y everybody. l..~.^more novel and^exhibition*. \ niatoh-^^d BMC I Mi LAB KX-^leaitUe-t. prefuting-iiniptnooa^(ttMWl Ml Hm rub-^it delightful i-i i-^^J(^ of .TICSPORTS COLLECTION Herdof Klephant-. two^1 sumptuously adorned history.monstrous Py-^\mazou an Sruriaus and^ii ruriou-i Bea.^ts from 7:ANACONDA, THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1889. RACESENDED. TneFourth Day AMracts a Large At^^tendance to the Fair Grounds. T*oRunning and Two Trotting Races^Make op a Good Pro^^gramme. lerei of VllrViola the tron^ut Make, a Sw/e^AMreat aad a I'erilsu*^Leap. * Thelast day of the race, waa well at^^tended. The liKht rain had placed the^track in Rood condition and tne four races^proved rare sport and a great d-al of^money chamf-d band*, the pool bote*^being constantly thrjng^l with persons^eager lo pass ^P their ducats and rert-ive^ticket* ...

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. — 7 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MOIJNING. JULY 7,1889. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. ABarn Lance at the Child Ranch to^Take Place on Tuesday Evening, Arrangemen's 'or the Entertainment^in Aid of 8t. Peter's Church^Building Fund. Th. Bench ^how Marly u^ Attract Muih^(^ttml-IVrMiDHl and drBrral^M ratios. Ithoroughly appreciate patriotism, for it^takes a little patriotism and a great deal of^powder to make bereisro: and without a^hero we should be minus the Fourth of^July. Hence heroism, patriotism and lire^crackers are synon^muus. From a social^Standpoint, however, the Fourth was a^failure. Society always wants to do some^^thing which nobody else does, or to leave^undone those things which others want to^4o, and aa the city ol Helena had put on^its Sunday suit and hired bands of music,^bought fireworks and engaged orators, it^was generally conceded mat the proper^tiling for the social and upper crust^to do would be to go away^into the mountains and have a picnic.^Carriages were engaged and a ...

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. — 7 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SI N DAY MORN ING, JULY 7,1889. 15thONE! BeautifulWe carry .ATED! procateby^in stock for^Itiful values, |eotherwise,^tble modiste,^rle, the lead-^rood values: s AY. 1TORE.Helena lASS AFINE OBACCO . the finest ch*w of I'1'..f^Tared to the piibii ^, and I1 chew wilt tckn wie 'it*^Ufter one*- trains; it. Wa^Vie it; jour judgment la r%ia^. MMLWe think we | ^.s^iccnMin^ demand loi^arorei that it has merit.^* choicest and m *t care-^^af MmH grown m Ken^iRASS .^^ a touch and ia*t-^..r to any Plug Twl * MM^w^a you to try it, feeling IIappreciats the quality GRASS :-HGRADE OFEiCELLlMSZ^irtCTumo mr ISft ERNST, .KENTUCKY. MsHotel, iwayand Warrer ^itroet,^1 C. 8. Assay office. -^hT.-na.^rsms ^k SON. l*rcua. -w!triratar.se ^rr-ie oat MtBarber ^^ r. hi aad^M ^ ^ slsrii lffapffc*Tsn*n^a LEROOMS modatlons(or ivramertlal^Travelers and fWm ALL TRAINS g.dav1es. PHSET-AT-LAW, -lbvblock, ublina, m.t UNDERTHE KNIFE FrightfulExperience of M Antonie^P.tfdeaux, Who Spent a Nigh...

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. — 7 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 7J889. THETHIRD DAY. ConventionGetting Straightened Out^and Into Good Working^Order. A Number of Additional Employes^Named by Resolution, Which^Was Adopted. TheReport of the Comnlttee on Rule*^Keeeited and Adopted a*^Amended. Theconvention was called to order^promptly at 10 o'clock by President Clark. Thereading of the minutes were dis^^pensed with. Collins,of Cascade, offered a resolution^naming the following as the additional^help of the convention: ChiefStenographer^C. P. Connolly. WatchmanGeorge Lee. AssistantClerk^William Taylor. AssistantSergeant-at-Aruis^William L.^Greene. ClerksJohn M Kay, Edward Kerr,^John Trumbull, E. U. Garrett, Lee^Swords. PagesW. D. Alexander, Cornelius^Hedges, Jr., Maurice Langhorne. llershtieldmoved to lay the resolution^upon the table, but the motion was lost^and the resolution carried. Thecommittee on rules reported through^its rhairman, J. K. Toole. Onmotion of Craven the report was^received. Burle...

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. — 9 July 1889

TktIa4ip^4ul Is WeU Be, nipped pom tbb PROMPTEXECUTION!^Of all Orders tot^Oommsrclal Printing. ShawPrinting, ana FineWork of All Kinds BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION Advertisers ObtainUm 1 DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30--NO. 185 [HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 9 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St. Loits Block,^MAIN street. Itis useless for any person,^who has bet-n in oar store for^the last month, to say ^Harris,^how's biz ^^ If they wew not^blind they coa!d see ^biz was^good.^ Why was it good with^U6 when every clothing firm in^Helena has been an active mem^^ber of the ^kickers club. Why,simply because we^showed about as many styles^as all the ofher 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, eees just as^well made, just M good fitting^and much moie stylish gar^^ments, and as a natural conse^^quence buys his suit and keeps^us bu...

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. — 9 July 1889

1 THEDALLY IXDEPENDENTt HELENA, TUESDAY MOKXIXG. JULY 9, 1899. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July l^8^. roBU^b^ 'tut ^uuw Axcxtrr *om^t. IHMfinu*J^t rXB. CO.. I-UBUSBSKS. UBUCATIOStomca. BauADWAY. riBJif.sor subscriptios 8utecrl^^re, by carrier. B.oatb1^ g 2^$zv 5te^^*^sii.~ *cxlr. year. K OFFICIALPAPER Of LEWIS AlfD^CLARSE IUCHTI. TMiNDEPCNOf HT nas a largar oa'ir clreulav^ion I nan an^ ^e~.^eper between ^' Paul and^aortland ano a larger circulation ina^- an*^etaer two ea^^ eeper. pubnseati m Mortana.^itreano g'W roem aecrets. it. subecription^IMMin ownto Inepectlon. an* It '^ alwaea^reed^ to pro^e that ite circulation la a* Enteredat lha rwetofnce at Helen, aa aeconev^^ laaa mattar. KlMtl.NSI.llKAILWAx TIMh taulk. M.,ulm i i eutral. ft. Paul, Atlantic*!.^Montane, Pacific as^D^ ^^^e and Butte ^ '^Marraiiil- -x iai-akt. .1and east.11 ss a. a^li .tie end south. M|^ I^Butte and toutn ^ 1' 3:35p. ptPanL Atlanticm , Butte and south 11 ^JS a. m.^Montana, r'arlSc ex.. ft Paal and seat. 4 V...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 9 July 1889

X THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1889. UPPERBASIN COUNTRY. NOTESON SOME OF THE MINE8. EXCURSIONRATES Promiseof Prospects Which Give Developinginto Div.dend Payers^Before Long. Elklki Gi i.' ii. .lr!Ws^,^i Ounty. .1 illy^5. ^ [Special Corrcs^udeuce ^t th^- 1 i.^3*^^peailt'Dt. j ^Your correapoadeiit. having^taken a few days much needed rest trouj^arduous labor, put in the time visiting the^different mines in this vicinity, with a view^to Increasing his own knowledge and fur^the purpose of dlaminating such infor^^mation as he might acquire through the^columns of the i.M^E^'^:M^tJiT for the ben^efltof the public at large. Aboutone mile north of Jack's moun^^tain, on the head of Jack's creek, u situat^^ed the quartz camp discovered by the^Fisher liro*. last July. About a dozen^men are in the camp, and some ten or^twelve locations have been made. The^country rock, or, as the scientist would^say. the ^bedding plain,^ is of granite and^porphyry. The leads bo far as d...

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. — 9 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOBXIXG. JULY ^, 1889. THEFOURTH DAY. TheAfternoon Session Taken Up^With Reading the Journal of^Proceeding*. Territorial Official* and Supreme^Court Judges Granted Privi^^leges of the Floor. Attha KveaiBg s^*lon I'r^^ld*nt ^ lark^A n no u ^..,-^ Hi- ^i^ndl^f^CooimllleA. The-convention met at ^^ p. m. and after^the roll wu called the president stated^that Mr. Brown, Mr. Knippenberu and^Mr. McA'low wanted to be ^-xcw.ed until^to-day. Tnev were excused. Prayerby the chaplain. Col.taton stated Mr. Fields from the^twentieth district waa present and it would^be advisable for him to take the oa'h of of^^fice, which waa administered l^v Chief Jua-^tice Blake. Theminutea of the last meetings were^read and approved. Onmotion of Maj Matfinni* the name of^Mr. Kieid waa added to t:.e name*, ot utoae^voting for the adoptiou of the constitution^of the United States. Acommunication from the Me-tbodixt^conference in session in Helena ask^inn the convention to 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. — 10 July 1889

o^oVtvixXvcwg. rh*Independent la Well Equipped FOB THE PROMPTEXECUTION!^^M all rusts tor^Oor^^r^rcl^^ Printing. ShowPrinting, sna FineWork of All Kinds BestNewspaper. largest 57rCU lation^Advertisers Obtainths Baa^ Betaras tar taetr Moaay by DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30--NO. 186 ]HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 10 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St. LOOM Block, MAINnli.hr. I Itis ashless for any person,^who has been in our s ore for^the last month, to say ^Harris,^how's biz If they were not^blind they cou'd see ^biz was^good.^' Why was it good with^us when every clothing tirm in^Helena has been an active mem^^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 j'i*t as^well made, just as good fitting^:ind much more stylish gar^^ments, and a-...

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. — 10 July 1889

THE1NDEPENDENT Helena.Mont.. July lOJlfefid. fcrausarD KvsarMxasisa gxcsrratoensv. JML1CATIOJIOFFICE. ^ BKOAi^WAY. rcflws.jF ^^b^Ma*^Itv Sui^e.-lta^rs, *v caxr-^.^J sfssaiy.per f*B* CLABKi(OUXTT. TMINDEPtHOtNT ttll'I'l^' ^-^^^^ on ,U^ an, ^soap*'^t f-' ..en.ndand ^ '^'^^'^ eirculatior thar a**J^sSB*. t-o oailv ^^*^^^^ ^BBs^*BBB^1 Mc^'*^*-^nmtm o~~ raa* secrets; It. s-bscrlp.lcn^,oo^ sr. o^.n to Inspection, and ^ ^^ .^-a.*^lo pro.* th^t iii MMM '^ ^ MM*St Portofflc at Me.ene ^^ ^^^^^^^ las* rei.ttsr. MontanaCentral. depart. km Ati.nar^.,^t r^i^*^n^fc SJS,PaciHc si . U itu- and soBth o .^\Zr.^- Hottest . Butte nut sontk l^p m B ,77. s:S5u. m ar^ pi iu9 ashive. esriL AUentK rl , Bntle Mid ^OOtb 11 M A. m. SS^!^dB.* 2. But* Mi ^-p m IhMiMloi SorthsrnrmlrU. abkivb. 1trough wast bound Ttarooshs^st bourd Hut* Missoula an! Iieleaaex himinlerrr.m , ^ '^n.^WI. km anil BiialdT^Mervav'.iie a*mramiM Ttrenal. ^^l h un i^1 broBKh east hound ,Wed. and Krl^passtager ndlidtw rl i.j,.;,.,^. .^;, h^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. — 10 July 1889

-I and the Bozeman. :iACORN a^ Lambert^^randums, Pic-^Carriages and kI'hX'KIITIOX. hExplosives.^REET. ismost all other^:^ similar to Ad^^ with soot.^J or appjy to^tfNON,^ Agt. IN1887.^Bea Accom^pe: ay ant THEDAILY INDEPEKBEXl: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1889. ATTEMPTEDREiURECTION THEGREENBACK PARTY AGAIN. AC^ll For m Convention to Meet at^Cincinnati in September to^Reorganize. Washi!*tc^!^, July v.^Geo. F. Jones,^chairman ot the national greenback part).^Las Issued an in citation requesting ail i^ '^sons who desire to aid in reorganizing the^national greenback part; to meet in their^respective states and congressional dis-^tricta on or before v-pt- 4 next, and ap^^point one delegate and one alternate to at^^tend a national greenback convention,^called to meet at Cincinnati on Sept. 12^next The invitation is extended to ^those^in favor of a distinct American policy re^^garding its finances, who believe teat full^legal notes, greenbacks, iaaued by the gov^^ernment for value r...

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. — 10 July 1889

f 7 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA,WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1889. THEFIFTH DAY. TwoResolutions Embodying the Al^^mighty in the Preamble Re^^ferred to a Committee. AStanding Committee on Irrigation^Asked to be Added to the^Committees. CollinsMid the committee on finance^had held a meeting and asked for authori^^ty to employ a clerk, and be would make a^motion to that effect. The motion waa IceC JK. Toole at ted that the sergeant-al^^arms be instructed to see if some better ar^^rangement of desks could not be made. Onmotion of Gen. Warren the conven^^tion adjourned. Aftrruuon T^a*u lp '^ I^ia.ua*lnB^tbr Wage, of ^ ontention Emptor*** Theconstitutional convention U ayMing^under way, and by n^xt week will be in^fairly good working order. The standmg^committees ar- allnting the work for each^to do and something will be accomplished^within a few days, although lii-re was^nothing done yesterday except to wrangle^over the pay of employes. The ubi.juit-.us^retrer.rher and reformer wt.o make...

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