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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 11 July 1889

nUnderwear at ros. hi'hi* ^l^]^ar^m^-nt.^too mamj Phiiten pricear which we^^onisfa vou. but ^iur Muniin I^rawei^j. Drawers,3-^Ladifsf Drawvn, Ufa*2 inch ruffle-, at^tee trimniini:. at 40c^ine- mil^1 in. $1 e-acb. Ni^rtit Dn wea, lace^s^ Night Dreeees, 2-^Nijiht Draws, tine^i.;i^lit';-.' Kigfai Dim Weach. lies',brewing Barques ia tonH^** Hi ^ 1 a uoxen.^^ Flouncing at 25c and herch-c nt Ladies' Jersey whiteami l.lii- hunting^^f rati, white an^l Line deed! ina hundred wbat^judge ot Cl^'tiling^^ii^ !^^-. Nobody can^trade- Wfay, then,^t^i you that make it^^iur in a question of^iii^r is less costly^take it steadily^tie very big fact,^join, d to reliability^ly and quality that^nag iii trade. Our^you better. We :lein NEW! L OurMidst! syChairs. A Clean^M and wttliu to do^'i^ ^c iij^tion I^et^art^itiotis dit-i^ensed as^^o\e are all to be nacv, HotterBlock Ihohs ot. -A. mpany imentalBrick cLixcts.(ieiienil Manager. .AS, Prop'rs- iON JACKSON strkkt;^hum MAIN strkkt. inthe City.^ON TAP. louses ...

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. — 11 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELEXA. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Selena,Mont., July U. 1*89. PCBUSBBD itui MnmMIXU BickttMojroaT. iDEP*nd^st pub co.. publish KK8, JBLIC atiosokfics, - B1KMDWAV termsof subscription Jinaobacrtber*. *^y carter, r^t month$1 ^ c,tf^ll^t^r y^^r-.-i. . jnTralnaTL nawsVjjr* an^ stands .. 5 rts^*-*^Bly. P- ...t* * reportsto the assay offices, Colorado may^claim offsets to what properly belongs^to Montana, for the same conditions pre^^vail there as here. Montanato-day produces more gold^and silver than any other territory or^state of the anion, and the beginning is^scarcely yet known. No section of the^country has so bright a promise as this,^for it is almost certain that within a^few years the yi^ Id of gold and silver^from Montana will egoal if it does not^exceed all the rest of the union com^^bined. officialpaper or lewis and clarkecounty. Tooindependent has a lar**r *^^^ c'rcu1*-^ion tear, any a^w*pai^ar batwaar St Paul arw^^ortland an* ^ ^*'...

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. — 11 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1889. ADISGRACED DIPLOMATE PER8IA8 MINISTER GOES HOME. TheFestive Oriental Shocks Washing^^ton Society and Finally Succumbs^to a Game of Freezeout. vi ^ ibnW! Gboetl Khan, ttie^Persian minister at tola cap.til, ia about to^pail out of the country in disgust. Haaseiii^Gboeil poured bit woes into the ears I an^Associated l'rrss reporter yesterda\. but^the Associated i'r*-ss man, in the interest^of brevity, did not tell all tbat Hassrin^Ghoeli said to bim. nor did Oboeli tell the^reporter all be knew as Ui the possible rea^son why be was exiled from Washington^society during the last niDe or ten months.^Uboell has raised an issue with the peopl^of the United states and has denounced the^faited States. He is shocked because the^president of the United States does not be^^head every American editor who baa^spoken flippantly of the shah. He has^complained, too, because American editors^bave spoken playfully about Ghoeli. The^trouble...

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. — 11 July 1889

7 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUBSDAT MOHXIXG. JULY 11, 1889. ITWOBKS^ WELL. TheGamewell System now in Ope-^ration in Helena^Thorough^Tests Made. Old Fogy Systems Effectually Rele^^gated to the Misty and Silent Past. Vi..,utNewly NothingIn thr ^^n^aUon Mail*-Graves -Lwal ^ewa of^Interest. TheCn^i and official ttrat of the trame-^well tire alarm telegraph was made laat eveningfor the benefit of the council com^^mittee, Aldermen HajT.son, Kentlierly and^Donnelly. Mayor Fuller also accompanied^the coiumittee In the inspection of the^work, which was conducted by J. I*. Stack,^the person who put the ijsteui in. Every^alarm box in the city wa^ U-*Ud, aud for^^everal hours the big Ml in KM tower,^which rau* with unuauu vitfur, was kept^busy. Only one hitch occurred during the^test, which waa that at ^uuuii:^ tne tower^beU refused to ring, hut 'hat ^ iu cau*. d by^some person interttriuK at lue tow^r. li^was soon remedied, and no iii-.re truubie^t,,llow^-d, the indicator at the central s...

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. — 12 July 1889

ros- Sale! [^ntana is goiB^r to^M for dry goods^j not jrivHU us the^condition of our^^r MOBE KOOM^ike room for the-^arrive in August,^m trade we art;^^rij^r -tory Thia^iail 130 feet dee-p balaaoeof our^sal*' will include^to erery ^rrade of^* Tli a will ^^e a^funding towns to^rely tie- an advance^d r-ninaiits will be^I gOOdl w^- -jUote eforautothet ^uch^humbug in this^nd we own them, exilingto op^-n our^t.e^ this met hoi of ithem confidence in deed! ^ hundred what^judge of Clothing^^i be. Nobodj can^iad**. Why, then,^to you that make it mr in a question of^ing is lees costly^. take it steadily^the very big fact, ^iiied to reliability^v and quality that^ing in trade. Our Joil better. We LEIN MEW! OurMidst! syChairs. A Clean^h and willing to do^it~^ri]^tion l^epart-^tions dispensed aa^^ve are all to be nacv, loiterBlock EW, HOES OT. A. mpany mentalBrick cLixc-ts.(ieneral Manager. .AS, Prop'rs- OXJACKSON 8TRKKT;^ioM MAIN STHKKT. inthe City.^ON TAP. louses lD'S, Y. Saddles, .Slickers, No...

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. — 12 July 1889

V THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July 12. 18S^. fND.PaSD-STrXB CO, PUB Lis HERS, uBUfATio^ omui, BROADWAT y^tecntan, t,j carrier, par raootb^^ j STsakJ. par jtm* orri-iALpapkr or lmwis and^clabkc cucsrr. ThaiKDCPtNOtNT hu ^ U'^w ^a^* eireula- tmWmmmm^s-.papar o*^-Mn ^' p^u *r,d o'i.-a and ^ ^argar circulation than any^.tear M dally papars published m Montana.^i ^^. - eraaa roam sacrens. Mi euhaeriptloti^Books arc ope^ to Inapoctlon. ana it i^ ai-eye^^eeo^ to prm that Its circulation It ^^ rap-o^^ar tad. Cntaraaat ma Poatoffica at Malena aa aaco-^o-^^ .as* matter. (lMl^^sFI^ RAILWAY TIME TABI.K. MobUmCentral.^^MR M.rea* Atlantic ax^ St Paul endeaet.il :^^ a. m. Montana,Pacific ax., Butte er.dsoutu fir-ne and Butte-\ . Bn'b al.d aoutb fc:^p Mar/ilU^ ex8:S5p. esawea. MPaul, Atlantic ^x , Butte and aoatb 11 :-JR a. m.^M^ -r taoa rerlfU ' x , ^t Paul and raat. 4 V, |.. m.^Helena and Butt* ei . Bath; and south. 6:J0 p. m. ar^s\Uleex^**^ a, m. NorthernPaeltir.^arritb 1nmueh wret-noond Throug...

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. — 12 July 1889

THEDAILY IXBEPEXBEXl: HELEXA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1889. s! Sinr-Guilt* 3011 Earth. andthe Etc. ozeman. n.1 Idine liftPumps, ,CORN^^NGES -)i9rs.Glass Cattery,.^^ (A ial^it* Et*, IM n:jts s*w* ct IIS JRTTN. :herlv, Lambert^Findums, Pic-^;.rriages and ARECO JAPTERS Vlowers. LERS, HOSE. 77/Tools Mjurim Packing[IlflFitliDgS ardware, Explosives.EET. 30al mostall other^r-imilar to An^with soot,^apply to VON,Agt. OTEL i1887.^t-b Accom^l ay an| !the THEALASKAN BOUNDARY. AN IMPORTANT UNDERTAKING. TheWork Laid Out For the Commis^^sioners, Which Will Take Over^a Year to Complete. NewYork Su~.: The important work of^d'-tining the Uiutidary het^^ru Alaska and^Canada was tsrffun this spring. Th^ w.^rk^wu assigned to two parties of the Coast^and Geodetic survey. It is a lar^^- undrr-^takiujr. embracing, as it does, the deocinK^of the 141st mt ndian for about TuOmiit s,^from the southern court near Mount fefc^rLiaa to the shores of the Arctic ocean. It^la expected that the work will occupy^eigh...

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. — 12 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPEN DENT: IIELEXA. FRIDAY MOUS ING. JULY 12, 1889. THECONVENTION. EighthDay of the Proceedings of^the Body Which Will Make Our^Constitution. Numerous Resolutions and Proposi^lions Submitted by the Differ^^ent Members. IdOrder to Allow Mriu^^^r^ to tlo Com^^mittee Work the Coitrnllui Ad^^journ* Till Monday. statesall the awamp lands within their^boundaries; and. Whereas,The quantity of such land in^the state of Montana would be very limited^ar.d of little value, and the government^s.1ould deal as liberally with this state as^w ith our predecessors; I..--solved.That in lieu of the swamp^lands the government should grant to the^5t*te of Montana, all the said lands within^the boundaries, on such conditions as may^provide that the value of such lands shall^be devoted to the purposes of constructing^and maintaining reservoirs, agencies,^ditches and other modes of reclaiming the^same by irrigation and making them pro^^ductive and valuable. Onmotion the convention adjourned to^...

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. — 13 July 1889

ros. Sale! 11^ana is point; to^f r dry goods^iot cjrea us th*-^^nditioa of our^MORE ROOM.^^ ro^rn for tL^- rirein August, i trade we- are^li-r stoty This^1 130 JWt ^1^. p tialancof our^al^- will 'hii-1u^1h^^-v^*r\ grade of^Tk n will bra a^mdiiifj iowm to I3'he U advaiK e re-runaiifswill lie IgOCila We ijiiOte [oreauotlit r such^,!iu!iil^ii_- in this^1 ire own them, rinyto op^ n our tllis Iljethod of confidencein eed! kudied what ageof Clothing^^^^^. Nobody can^le. U'hy, then,^^u thai make it^in ^ ijnestion of^i^ mi costly^ii k^- it steadily^v.-ry bir fart,^*d to reliahility^id ^|iiality that^in trade. (^ur^^ 'II better. W* Em EW! urMidst! liaiis.A Clean^id willing to do^1 iprion lie-part -^s dib]^enHea as areall to be acv, IterBlock iOES DT. lpany entalBrick icts. 11era 1 Manager. AS , 'op'rs- UthsoNSTRKKT;^MAIN STRKKT. theCity.^N TAP. uses xs, saddles, pkfrf,Nose Rag*,^j a tirst-clase hi Helena,M. T. gCo~ TtsSolicited,^t ymelterg elephoneraJUronsJ 5oV^ VVvfAvfitg. TktIndependenl 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. — 13 July 1889

THEDAIXT IXDEPE^T)^NTt HELENA, SATtTRDAY MORTCTO. JULY 13, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Selena,Mont., July I*. 1889. Sxcn-rKoiimI- i*dbp!^d^nt PUB. CO, FCBUSHaKS. JBUCATIOMOPyiC*. - BROADWAY. TCKXSuF SUB.^ R1PTIOS^Jliy ^ahperf!^^rp. hy eerrtpr. i*r month$1 ^ wppaij.pa* HBHIIirPaf-rU OF L-W7S^ilarke cocxtt. TapINDEPtNOtNT h ^^ ^ largpr o^ . circuit^ten tr.^n mm iwwmpapw ttatwa.^ ^!. Paul and Portlandana ^ law emulation MM,two da^* PMX'^ publish** in Montana WMgrM rO.ti MCr.ll, Its Subscription^pools arp OP*^ ^^ Inpaactlon. end It ^ always^read* 10 pro.e tnal IU circulation ^ ^^ repra-^aavawj hamat the Pummel at Maiana ^^ eecorva-^^ lass matter CONDKNSEHKAM.wa1 Il^ETAat MontanaOnlral. BtCaul, Atlantic ex., M l aulandeaet.il_ 15 a. m.^Momtana, Paeliir ^i , Hutu-and aooth ..:iOp. ^^He ma and Butte ei . Butt* and aoutn ^ a p m^MarySTlUe ex * ^ ^^ srk1ti. Mt1'so.L Atlantic ex , Butte and Booth MM a. m.^Montana r-tctH- ex.. St. Paul and eaat. 4:^ p. m.^Hel-caand b .tie ex . Butle and eoutll B.ai p...

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. — 13 July 1889

THEDAILY IXBEPE5TDEXT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1889. AVISIT TO HEAVEN. THESUICIDE OF A SPIRITUALIST. HeWill Be Heard From Later, Ha^Informs His Friends and Relatives. Lynn,Mass., special: Albert N^. Mnith,^a wHl known young man of this city, aged^2^, committed suicide, June26, by jumping^off the steamer going from Portland to Bus^ton. lie left a valise and a sealed stamped^envelope addressed as follows: SanaILl* l^Ur and val^- toL. N Smith, No to^fetrlgrwl Lico Mm. 1 jsmp^l ov-r!^^*r^l to-^njgbc.a *. sana. Theletter reached L. N. Smitb, the sui^^cide's brother, to-day. It is most remarka^^ble on account of tbe fact that tbe person^wbo committed tbe rash deed was a promi^^nent spiritualist, and has often made tbe^Htatement that be Intended to leave for^heaven soon so be could meet f rien^ls, and^be believed be could bave no trouble in^conversing with earthly friends after bis^departure.^The notable message is:^^Dear Brother, Msters and Friends: 1^suppose you will oe surpri...

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. — 13 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1889. CITYCOUNCIL Th.Colbert Tract Bought by the^Fathers for Cemetery^Purposes. City NewStreet Car Cot tor a Franchise,^Granted. ipanyApplie^^Which is WorkingWomen's Home^A^I'aluful Accident. oftbs Itu only miraculous that he was not^killed. He was running along the top of a^ear, when a sudden jolt threw him between^the ears, and before be could escape the^wheels of a loaded freight car passed over^his left arm close to the shoulder, almost^seTerinft it from the body. Before the acci^^dent was discovered, it is said, three other^cars passed over the arm. lie was brought^to this city and conveyed to St. Peter's hos^^pital. Drs. Treaey and Barbour, the at^^tending physicians, decided amputation^was necessary and this was accordingly^done, biple was resting very comfortably^last night and no serious results are antici^^pated. He will be removed to the Missoula^loapita! to-day. He U unmarried and has^br-en in the employ of the com...

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. — 14 July 1889

ThisInterests You! AHOME ON EASY TERMS: Fivenew houses onjFifth Avenue.^Five minutes walk from Court House.^Three 4-Room Houses.^Two 5-Room Houses. Justfinished, water, fences, sidevaiks, etc.,^all complete. $300 in cash, $40 to monthly^installments. Call and investigate. WALLACE^THORNBURGH, Agents.Booms 1. 2 and 3, Second Floor First National I ml Building, Kn trancecorner Grand and Jackson streets. augustfack, Proprietor. Dealerin Pin California (iiapn Win^s and lirand'es for Me^^dicinal and Family Purposes. Old Kentucky Whiskies, Penn^^sylvania and Maryland Km Importer of the Best Brands of Rhine Wines. Clarets, Fine^Flench Cognacs. Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Holland Gins and^Jamaica Rums, in wood and glass. Prompt attention given to^outside orders. No4C^ South Main Street. ka1tctactuehAND DKALKK IN Stock Saddles, Side Saddles, Litcht and Heavv Harness. Bite,Spars. Quirts. Whips. Lashes. Blankets. Sheet*. Dust*rs, Slicker-. No-e Bars^Sweat Collars. Horse Boots and all other goods...

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 July 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MOBNINO. JULY 14, 188a SUMMERSTORIES. TheExperiment of Two Bears With^a Can of Nitro-G.ycerine and^its Disastrous Results SallieHedden's Intimacy With a Rat^^tler and Mow Her Father Saved^Her Life. JohnCleyds latelligent Mastiff uil How HeTralonl It^ Petrified W^^ln Mil^U-n^--A Heu'^ Trid^. Therewas an explosion of nitro-Kl^cer-^ine in the oil regions ..nee that has alwa^s^been locked upon as one of the mysterious^happenings of that country,^ said J. C.^Henry, one of the early operators in Ven^^ango county, to the New York sun corres^^pondent, ^because ptopie would never be^^lieve what 1 told them about it and the^way it came to occur. My explanation of it nake.The child was so completely under^the spell of the serpent tha' It paid no at-^teii'wn to the mother, who sf-reamed so^loudly that her busotrid beard her a quar^^ter of a mile distant and hurried to the^^frar. tVh-n H-.i'i-n appear*-.' ^^.e -nake^placed i'aelf in an attitude of battle and...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. .JULY 14, 1880. iASl Pacific ROAD, GarRoute HORTLINE MNCITIE8 stChicago^01 NTS EAST. 'JNLY CarLine lickiiflje. IBPalace 'Jars, BonoHOUTB^(THWEST TANA TRALf\ TOB-AWAYSM iHOHT LINE r.Butt*, Marytvt'te. 8t. u. OMaaga and '^* .'ait PassengerTraffic RAINSDAILY rwin a_andSt. Paul Cars,ninp; Cars, DayCoaches,^e Sleeping Cars^iss Passengers. andCourtesy for^'itroni. hO-i Time [Ml ~3ALl ILPCiN WEST,md SOUTH MainSt 11,Mont. [IE,Pass. Agt. .Butte. Mont. s^ St. Louis LiWAY IROUTE. IITRAINS DAILY amdnasuNUi II C AGO A\t,TI1i WITH TH1 PAST^a. IX laKBf* Pi^H TUB SOUTHEAST! cNLYLINE r tittlng^^.~n ^DDhUrOUial MS,IOWA Aani^ FOKT IHJlKiB.^OUOH TRAINS^! TH'SEN is^ St. Louis *of the Ml^*lml;^|^l V allay,^n I^^iM.t f ^r all i'olnts A \ IT !^^^'^ OSLT^^.-\^ l-l 'LINK rcnnlM :;KANSAS CiTT. ;in*ttun* aitti th* t*nl^n^*-fc.nl. Ke Railways *, v In t'nlon I^*; .-t with^1. Minima} .'ll.A Uantb'ha. Ka.. *a\*, NllKTilA EST -^ ^^t ^h^ viss EAroI.Id Mi^ kai;.^ a* bm 00...

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 July 1889

TIIKDAILY IXDEPKNDEXT; HELEXA, sl'XDAY MORNING, JULY 14,1889. THEINDEPENDENT hasfelt called upon to ask an explana^^tion, which as given does not appear to^have explained anything. As Gen.^B-atty has a large following in the^Buckeye state his present attitude Is^cau-iug the party managers much un^^easiness. 'heINDEPENDENT mi a larger daily circula^^tor! than any mwlDtpi- MIoMn St. Paul end^Portland ana a larger circulation I nan any^ether two oa , paper* oi.biiened in KsnUni.^Una* no oraas roem ucrtti, It* subscription^^ooka arc opan to Inspection, ana ^ Is always^ready to pro.* tnat its circulation is aa r*pr*-^enied. Entanadat trie Potiofflct at Helana a* **cono-^^ laaa matter COMUKKI) RAILWAY TIMK TABLE. MontanaCentral.^uiriitT. 8t.Paul, Atlantic ex., St Paul and east.11 Butteand ^cotb -^., Butte and south tta. m. :0f p. m^h :se p TO^a '.Kj p. m Montana,Pacltlc ex^Heiene and Butte ex^Marys*ills ex akkitt. St.Paul, Atlantleex , Butte and south U :S^ a. m^Montana. Parlor m . St Pau...

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. — 14 July 1889

hier. LING. LoanI in From Six^Year- Time^- 9m urity. NoIMay,^Rctal Estate I^N^. (Jen. Agt's :STERN LoanCo. Minnesota. till' s leieno. atHnite city. V,K. WARD. eCo. *ete ements Floors, AY S, Concreteline by^^I Proce**. unasvfime.^IK1.KN \. MoNT. EB^ CO. Loan and Insur-^^Paai n iioM^e 386. F. O.^44. KSALK: ^I^roi^erty. ImproTetf^. division and Immt'^( list at reel NUlf of^!..n* at li'wwt Agurm milt.^: loaeet rata* elate. \M KS,^TIST URGIST. arirelmy Laboratory ,1KIM- -T ASSAYS^i .in u,^tlce. I'rdere^^ajl *t expn1** wriw^-e k^^('t six months, and ananegotiate the sale Urear First Nation* ithwood, ce MentalHealing -^ Mora-, vrt door, r .^in^j* elevator B*^th pa^^ved IN,M. D., dSHRGEON. -;^o*lre ecaoolhoa** on^^ P. M. and from ^ 10 to OCKMAN, Acooacher.Ocaliat M MedicalSociety, also^medical Society tor*,corner eboe* Mala^on Broadway and Jac*-^in Utrcu Mb tbertockho der* of to*^r company for the elec^^ta* traneacdon of each^operly corn* before the^t th* offlcc of the ^aid^ei^-Qft, Montana...

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. — 14 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HKT.KXA. SCgPAY MORNING, JULY 14,1880. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT SuggestionsRegarding th* 'Dutch^Treat Parties Which Have^Lately Com* in Vogue. TheBarn Party on Mr. Child's Ranch,^and Some of Those Who^Attended. Prut-ran.mrof the Trnnl. Toarnament-^The Itemh ^how l^r^oo^l^anu OfDcral. Itis rumored, and there are most as^^suredly grounds for the rumor, that some^of the young ladies In Helena society are^complaining because they do not receive a^satisfactory amount of attention, and that^while these young ladies are constantly^getting up parties the men do not respond.^On the other hand the young men claim^that while they are invited to theatre^parties, riding parties and other and^similar social dissipations they have in^^variably to pay not only their share, but^also that of the young ladies who are^ostensibly giving the party. Now I have^not the slightest desire to be an arbiter in^this matter, but it seem* to me that it is^merely a misconception of the word. ^ in^^vita...

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. — 14 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 14,1889. f I 3 alprices,^se cheap^do not^with our^goods^ie best of^the next^)ly inter- ITS. its, ints, ants. t oths. )give the^nerchan- )DS. Go! lb RE.elena .heaJ NSTTINC )RSMS owrmatf^ with our aoid discomfort^ed '^^ f r .u^o^torrr^rttr uft^l. MoriPopular lh*^n Ever rfactfit with nuto-^comfort now |uar eLengths, )Rr.MFDIUM,^^[R^ LONG l.eGrades! . :a-^ r to ts* tfor Quality.^VWMERE. MJBICO., .NCJON * CO.. Averill tailoring, iyauJ Pine. UIS. read, erKreJ tinner's TAMA. ONLY! TAIL1*0 KANH30D. TVOCSDEBILITY;^^ ^.- ^ -: l:Vtt taOU or Youc^. ALEXIS'DISGRACE. TheRussian Grand Duke Gets Into^Bad Favor and is Banished to^Siberia by the Czar. TheCause of the Trouble the Lovely^Countess de B^juh^rn^i$^Stobeieft's Sister. AKim in a lle-tauraut which wan the^T*lk of all th^- European Courta^^^^b^rn of Hh Honor*. The(irend I^uke Alexis deprived of Lis^Office i f lord hitth admiral of the ner-t, and^ataom of iuo^t ..f his '^- ^ 11^Way '^^ VlaJlV...

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. — 14 July 1889

/ THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: IIELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1880. QUESTIONSAND ANSWERS. Q. How can we best attain success A.By striving with all our effort* to de^Berve it. Q How may we deserve it A.By constant and untiring efforts towards^a high standard in our chosen avocation. Q. Where do you buy your dry goods: A. At SANDS BROS'. Q.Have they deserved the success they^have attained A.Yes! They have earnestly endeavored^to place their business on a high standard by^striving to please their patrons. Their goods^are always as represented, and their prices the^lowest. These are the reasons why I trade at G-olcLen.0^p^p02^-t^LX33_i-by at SANDSBROS Cutthis Advertisement out and get the Bargains. BE ON TIME GoodsandPrices tell the St^ry Foolingthe Public is Played Out. OnlyGenume Sale in the Cttyr TO-MORROWMORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK we will continue the great Clearing Sale of our Enormous^Stock of Dry Goods. This is the Greatest Sale of Dry Goods that has ever taken place in this city.^The Good...

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