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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 21 July 1889

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. Agents,Booms LI an J 3. Second Floor First National Bank Building, Kn-^trance corner Grand and Jackson streets. THEJUDICIARY. TheWashington Convention Begins^the Work of Fixing the Judi^^cial System. TheSupreme Court to Consist of Five^Members, Who Will Be Elected^for Six Years. WalterA. Wood's New Steel Binders and Enclosed^Gear Mowars, Hawkeye Hay Loaders, Commodore Hay^Unloaders and Stackers, Farm and Quartz Wagons,^Buggies, Harness, Etc. Mining Machinery and Sup^^plies of Every Description. Sendfor Circulars and Prioe List. JOHNR. DREW, BOOTS*ND SHOES signof the- BIGBOOT. Th*Two Dakota Convention* Simply Meet^and Adjourn ^ Member* Amlom to Go^Home to Attend to Politics. Olympia.W. T., July 2...

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. — 21 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 21,1889. HEENAN'SWIDOW. THEGALLATIN ^ ANAL -t^^um- The Wife of th* S'ufjger TeKs^About Her Meeting and Mar^^ried Life W.th Him HowHe Order Quit the Pnze Rmg^to Win the Girl He^Loved. Well-Klu^ ate.1 Man an.I Nut Kitted^for the Life of a P^gBM Hl^^Itroken l*r,^iut^e. SanKrancisco K tarn.her: An Examiner^reporter lound. at her rooms on MarK-t^street, the widow or .lonn C. Heenan. M;e^is known as Mr* ^*ra Stevens, hating re- 1^sumed her inaii~:i name while piajing in^the Grismer Da\ ie^ company, with whMi^combination she has l^-cn tr^v. ;ing tor mx^yeari. When touched on the subject ot |^her marriage with Mr. Heenan, she said: Ihave often had reporters ask for an^interview on this subject, but 1 fail to see i^what possible interest it can have t r the^public, Yourhusban 1 was once the central fig^^ure of the world's pugilistic interest, as j^Sullivan is now. liewas not my husband then,^ sh- re^^plied. ^iuickly. ^1 did not marry him unt...

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. — 21 July 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1K89. \ CN CO D 3)1 II^I I o 03b g 0^3 OM 02 CO 7.C/3 Xi -\ o CO^^0 f 0CS oa DO 8 +- 9o CO O aaaawsa*.E CO O CObo 02 D3 C C I cI CDfl CN ; CO 3^ol ;^1 03 c EOPLE0^ NOTE. Thr.. BetweenLiter- ar gEpisode^,^ Folk of Distinction^East and West. rhe RussanHis S Lie- DetectsOre^a Pious of p ii Here Lfinl oreI!ik^^^-^^^^K^n^l^l| '' t*^** Model^..I Oratory. N^ Yurk Truth of .luly 5. has the M-^towin*. that has attracted considerable at^kerUmu it is not perhaps generally known^|that tm a long tune before tl.e publication^her first erotic novel. Mr*. I (iertrude I,-h r: MWi ^n an extensive torrespond.ncew.th Jul. n HawtlM^*^Ph..n..heh^ln.ver ^n-t. but lor whose^wrn.uiM she entertained an lB|MlMri^lint^recu Naturally the correspondence^Ibrjjan in a cr^l. business like sort of way.^Ibut MBIi by little a ^M^CA aid niore^Ineraor.al claracter pervaded it. Possibly^aK^thefervW sentences tt.at burn like^coal* of Ore in the e .aste MM ' ^lteriin...

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. — 21 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SUNDAY MOBXIXG, JULY 21,188a THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July 21. 1^89. rumueassivaar Houna* axt-arr Monur INDXPKN DtfNT PUB co.. PLBUsHSKS. (JBLICATIONOrTRl, BROADWAY TERMSuf SUBSCRIPTION JltjSubscriber*, by carrier, ;-r month Byv tl-r year arnTrain*, to a*w*boya and v*e stand*..^Waealy, per year I' .^ on .Sett^' ' officialpaper clarkecovstt. orAND notmore than twenty-!*^ven working^day* could be feund in a called seneion,^the eipeu-e of which would be enormous.^Mr. Cannon has trained with the repub^^lican party long enough to know that^the question of expense will cut no^figure if party neces-ity presses. ThePortland Oregonian excites a^broad grin upon the countenances of its^readers when it says the recent election^for delegates to the constitutional con^^vention in Montana went by default.^The republicans made every offort to^win. and had the advantage in the ap^^pointment of election officers in m-^re^than three-fourths of the counties, and^yet t...

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. — 21 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 21,1889. T hier. fsEach. ONLY. BALL! 5rPark DAY. RADE kODUCECO.,^. Montan i. vI -at. Oat*, Bm an.t all^IMnlitMMi iio.ee r.rr^lr%rl, Montana,^^'^^n. HSE** ie tl.in an, IUhI. CORPORATE,\SSAY OFFICE, V\.M. T. oLoan! 11on From Six^vc Wars Time^rite Security. ml. N^ Delay,^r Heal Estate ea,by .Son, lien. Airta VESTERN fLoan Go. s,Minnesota. ilttahorg.Bl -w. Helena^C, Ami ^t Itutte (icy. lLOEB^ CO.. agel oan aiiil In*ar-^^iii- 11 and 2I '. ^ -i 1^one 2H^'^. P. O.^x 144. OKS.VLK: f.u 1'ropertjr to.; r..red r^ . -.ilvlsl.'n ud Lmme- rLwllist -f reel Nttl^ of utlt-a*at lowest sLin :i.*i lowed nm K.K. WARD. .ENA -teCo. KETE ALUS, 3jvements ntFloors, EWAYS. theConcrete line by^(.'old Procese. I'iit^na avenue. 4.LiKLKN A. MONT. WHOWANTS IT ANew Board of Directors Elected^for the West Granite Mount-^ain Mining Compiny. Theyare Instructed to Prow.de a Pro^position tor the Sale of^the Property. e^eral ^^n.llrate* Are Said to we After^it. and One o...

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. — 21 July 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 21,188a SOCIALCHIT-CHAT One HelenaCoterie Having^ly Time Wi:h Racquet^and Ball. aLive- Others Indulge in Dancing, Despite^Summer Weather, and Some^Play Cards. ThfWrddlnf of [hp W- everywherean Thesocial element^apon excitement, with^of ice cream or glass of claret punch^thrown in by way of variety, and it is^seedless to say thf aforesaid excitement is^not always of th- m*st healthy kind, for^late hours arc seldom conducive to health.^It was therefore a great boon to the worn^Out and jaded society girl when^lawn tennis became the fashionable sum-^mer craz-, for if there is one game calcu^^lated to bring color to the checks and re^^duce the physician's bill it is tennis. The^game is deservedly popular because, while^it brings both sex'-a together, it is quietly^played, requires not only a good eye, but^^upple wrist, and last, out not least, it is^^ery easy to understand, although the^counting of p :'.t- from a practical stand^^point ...

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. — 21 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1889. THELONG BOW. ATale of Trinity Ri*er, Texa*, in^Which G:b Webb Makes a^Big Find. UKWANTED fEWKAN* F. TVI'KsKTTINoMACHINERY. The Poor Judgment o* ^ Go.t-A^Man Who Was ^ Millionaire forFive Minutes. Long ^^'T ^ *T KlorM. Ant. \\hl.h M^ke Th^-tr Own^Lfnouad*1. GUv-stonNew-: ^^^ th- Trinity river.^in L.ou county, T^xas. - * frrr, kn^^.I M in^^^ ear:^ Ja^^ Albrwlif* lutiw d.j^^^ the r-puMIl E;t a ZZm there. ISW... noted place^iathat then thinly titled country. A^briKbt was at tin.* aesessor and col^^lator tor Houston county, and clatrntd to^have !^eeu robtxd of S^U*w -n puhlic fun !-.^accu8.b^ twocM-wof I. on county * Ife.^theft but it could not be proved ar,J I^course of time wm for^oU-i : but an oc^^currence of the ,ast few day. 3mm nreaent owner of ih^^JrVrv tSfweSoVwwbinirtoK. t thi^ stone^ou^; u'ewVy. WTtaJ U up and UM- ^^derneath toiin.t 5*0.000 in ^^^*^ 1 '^-re ate^^era*. legend. ^ ^h*t coumry aojac ,nthe trufh of U^*^ ,...

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. — 21 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1889. MIDSUMMER. N D B R O THEGRAND CLIMAX REACHED! THE GREAT CLEARING SALE AT SANDSBROS. IfcToAT- in -fclxe ZenittL ofI^ts Glory. TheComing WjjETMONDAY, JULY 22 Wil1 Be a Week LONGTO BE REMEMBERED Tothose interested we would say come to our house to-morrow or some day during the week GrandestArray of Bargains Ever Offered to the public. Our StockMust be Reduced! THEPRICES BELOW TELL THE STORY. MIDSUMMER. N D B R O DRESSGOODS, DRESSGOODS 18cPER YARD. ^.. , Doablewidth Eaglish Serge Ilresu Goods, just the thing for^a traveling costume, reduced from 25 cents. 27l-2c PER YARD. . 36Inch Colored Cashmeres, in all the popular shade-., re^^duced from 4o cenjs. 40cPER YARD. ,. . . . . 36Inch tine Black Cashmere, splendid piece of goods for^the money, reduced from 00 cents 47l-2c PER YARD. . , o fc Fineall-wool French Imperial Serge. 4(^ inches wide, in all^the leading shades, reduced from 75 cents. 52l-2c PER YARD.m, . Splendidquality F...

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. — 23 July 1889

TheIndependent Is Well Kn, nipped roa thi PROMPTEXECUTION*^of all (Man tor OomntrcltlPrinting. hawPrinting, and Fin*Work of AM Kino* BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION.^Advertisers Obtainthe Bast Miin far tbatr Money by DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30-NO. 197. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 23 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Loiis Block,^main street. Itis ut*-lt*88 for any person,^who has bHf-n in onr store for^the last month, to say ^Harris,^how's biz*'' If they were not^blind they con d see ^biz was^good.^ Why was it good with^us when every clothing firm in^Helena Las b^en an active mem^ber of the ^kickers club. Why,simply becanse we^showed about as many styles^as all the ofber houses com^^bined. And when a man felt^that h^^ did not want to work a^whole ynai for the merchant^tailor, in case he needed a sum^^mer suit, he put a double eagle^and calls on us, bees just as^well made, just a} good fitting^and much more stylish gar^^ments, and as a natural conse^^que...

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. — 23 July 1889

THEDALLY rSDKPEJf DEJfTt HELEXA, TUESDAY MORX1XG. JULY 28, 1888. THEINDEPENDENT delena,Mont., July 23, 1S89. rUBUlBTO ITUI MOW KXCATT MoSTOAT. rMDtPBNDSSTpcb. CO^ PCBUIiHIM. UUU ATIOJJ OFFICd. ^ BIOADWAT. termsor w^h^ JinSobacrltwrs, ^^y earner, par atoBtn$^ 8vIrJaU-per rnar^: $100 .InTrain*, t., newsboys sxd lews^*mii;, per T~r omciALpapkh or ^tw ^ivi. tI4^K* COUXTY. TIMINDEPENDENT IKI ^ larger Mil) clrtula-^,on than an* nswssaper between ^^ Paul and^^ortian* aod a larger circulation than any^air* two oaiiT aapari pubiiahao In Montana,^itnaano areae roamaacratt; iu .ubacriptlon^aooka ara opan to inapaetion, ana it la always^mmm ^o ^ro^^emulation ^ raara- fntseeaat the PoatoWca at Halana i^^ la** mat tar IIINflKXII II ka I LW at time TABLE. MontanaCentral.^DBfABT. ftPaul, Atlantic ax., hi Paul and aaat. 11 :M a. m.^Montana, I'aclrtc ex , BaUa and south ^:t^l^. ^^Ha en* and Untie ex . Butte and auuta. S '^p ^^Mar^*^UM axS:3Sp. AJLaTTB. atPenl, Atlantic ex , Butte and Booth 11 :2S 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. — 23 July 1889

THEDALLY LTOEPEXDEXT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORXIXG. JUL* 23, WBA iers! Our Linefon.Earth. !TH and the SS,,EtC. dBozeman. ,CURTIN uiiding iRti. .fi'B('CHUB, DdLift Fumps. .ten'Toolf. s CORN em.', i- arc 11 y RANGES, Lr CoOieri. rware,Qlaw^rican Cutlery,^^* ucods and^n.s Good^. Eto.f Eto -at -. -aplasa rw^* at EIMN II Tlr Jif - r - Ml OTFULLY, WARECO QUAPTERS KOK dMowers. 1NKLERS, Elhose. mealTools OHPKSi'iUrTION. g^ Packing ipeanflFinings Hardware, lighExplosives.^TREET. LhK CO. Lumber Attention.Correal^.e.ir N P Depot ATCHE8 Hotel.Main St. itWest. HOTEL. ^a. 1PRIET0RS. Hot*.It TerTi tor atthe R TEL TANNERAND PENSIONS. THE COMMISSIONER IS MUM. TheCorporal May be Asked to Resign^When the G A. R. Encamp^^ment is Ovtr. Washingtonrp^i-i! St. Lou ^ Kepubllr:^Corporal Tai.nrr u* k President Harri^^son's advice u^ -lay add kept his mouth^abut. He refused to say an^U.ii.n SS Ms^correxpoDdtriiU who called upon tint, but^bis private secretary said it ^^^ use,.-as lor^tue niDiitist.r to say anytbini...

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. — 23 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. .HTLY 23, 1889. THECONTENTION. TwoSessions Held, at^Little Business of^tance Comes WhichVery^Impor- Up. TheArticle Defining the Boundaries^of Montana Adopted With^^out Alteration. Mgtal whIob Held, at Whl^ti the^Kcport of the Judiciary toui-^....m... is MaaaaaaA Tbeconvention did not assemble until^yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and even^though a quorum was present a number^were absent. Several propoaitioni were^conaidered bv the committee of tne whole,^and a niRht session waa held, at a^M tl.e^report of the judiciary ^Mtm waa dis^^cussed- The chairman reported pr^irr^-sa^made and aaked leave to Mt a^rain. The^proceedings in detail are as followa: Theconvention met at' 'I o'clock, I'i reii- dentClark in the chair. Graves, Gay lord,^Kanouse, Kuppenbertt and Durfee were^granted leave of absence. After roll call^and prayer by the chaplain, Conrad, chair^^man of the committee oil printing, reported^the printing in charge correctly done. ...

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 July 1889

3 Theludependeut Is Well F,e,elppea eoa the promptEXECUTION.^Of ah urd^ for^Oommsrcial Printing, tnmerlntlng, IM FineWork of All Kind* 'fry VOL 30--NO. 198 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1889. TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Louis Block,^main btrkkt. Itis useless for any jhtsoii^who Las befii in our store for^the last month, to say ^Harris,^how's biz f^ If they were not^blind they could see ^biz was^good.^ Why was it good with^us when every clothing firm in^Helena has been an active mem^^ber of the ^kickers club.*' Wliy.s:mply Iwcanw 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^nier suit, he put a double *-a^jl^-^and calls on us. tees just as^well made, just M good fitting^and much more stylish gar^^ments, and a9 a natural ^-onse-^qwMi buys his 6uit and keeps^us busy. Didyou ev.-r he;ir about our^clearing sales ^ We 1, we are^about 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. — 24 July 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXPEXTt HELEXA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 24 1889. If*Oct. 7,MR. 'Tun usually bad congestefipki-iiciar.!- _ erection* was^B Kef ore cheerfully^w ^j aoob Switzxb.^^ cough and inflamed^J bottle of Acker's En^-^! the recommendation of a^'entirely cnred by it. I^^ever failing remedy for a IJ. FELUHEHe. rlishpreparations are for sale^f bv R. 8- Hale A Co. fcmarkabiecure* Hood's Sar-^|mplishea is sufficient proof^possess peculiar curative Froman tvditor.^lth, editor of tbe Fort Aber-^Herald, nays: ^Tbe most^lclne I have ever met with^^ Colic, Cholera and Diar-^ln caae of colic it gives^bunting trips 1 have^as. Pat in alkali water^at taste and prevents^kali water produces. 1^without it in my bouse.^^bottles for tale by H. M. la^t.ll V^ a. tn M.:otn^,^i'^cinc ex., Butte and ^onto. 4n^^ p. m^He -n^ ^n.l halt* ex . Butte ^nd *outu 8:* en-. v.exP- ^ Mtf)iUM ex. SO am amove. StI'anl, AtluUc'i , Butte and aonth 11:2S a m.^^^ .tana, l*arla^ ex.. St I'aol and east. 1 :^5 p. tn^lle.Hnaa...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT!: HELENA. 'WEDNESDAY MORNING. .JULY 24, 1880. TS! 1 i-s on' Kurtb. H and the .Etc.^Jozeman. CURTIN M.T.. :jb, loods, \MPumps,^reenter^ roo'i COF ' 1i'Hzn- | ANGES inines BoodiNtti .18Ml. It ITIN. ARECO JAPTERS KLERS, HOSE. aiTools kiption. 'iPacking mdFinings ardware, Explosives.EET. IkCO Lumber tEKv Qtlon.Carrem^tf. P Depot I'CH TiJS^Main Si re=st. 3TEL TOM. jaBS 1.rr | tor the It ALOAFER AND A BRUTE. MULDOONS OPINION OF JOHN L. TheChampion Said to Have No Bra^^and on a Level With the^Beast. Sew Vurk special: Muldoon, who^trainrd John L. ^ lihvan for bis titfht with^Kilrain, talked bitterly yesterday ab-.ut^.^ulllvan s conduct. ^Lie U as thorough a^loafer,^ aaid Muldoon, ^a* 1 ever bad any-^ttung to witb. All these stories about bis^great love for his pirents and his^generosity are the veriest b^sb. A^more unappreciative fellow 1 nev-r saw,^and now that it appears to be useless to^induce him to behave himself the sooner^the truth is told about him the better.^S...

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

THEDAILY DTDEPBNDENTl HELEXA. WT'.DXESDAY MORMXO. .JULY 24, 1889. THECONVENTION. A Stenographer Employed Who^Must Furnish a Report in Sixty^Days After adjournment. ALong Debate Over Cod in the Pre-^,mble_The Report of the Com-^mittee Obtains. Ml.ur.-~ Will ^^^^fooBD^l in Jail Hrreafu-r.^^ Tbelr IX-position*^Mat lt^ Taken. r Yesterdayiru a bu^y day in the A^. ,., m,i ^ ron-irterable amount ot busi^^ness was transacted. A lengthy dlacuaiion^eD*u-d in the afternoon over DIM** reso^^lution striking the Almighty out of the^preamble, but after all the el'^uence of^the talented numbers was spent the^preamble as reported by the committee^was adopted. Tt-e proceedings of the day^were as follows: Theconvention met at 10 ( 'clock. Presi^^dent Clark in the chair. I.uce was excused^for the day. After roll call and prayer b^^the chaplain, the minutes were read an.)^approved. Thepresid -nt announced that he had a^telegram which he would have read it^called for. Callawaymoved that no action be take...

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 July 1889

ros Zenithof all^7 of our many IARKETS. larketwnow $r, each.^Urkets now $7 ai each.^I u*-t- now f:^ 70 each,^.rk-t* now lln.'jri each. wrappers. fromto f l.'.^.^ each,^'iillie W ripper-, ele- 1. from^1^ to n each,^'.allie w r:ipj^-r-. fitra^iitlfiill) triin ni *.o 111MB each. eed! li11 in J r^ ^ 1 what je^^f Clotliin^^^Nobody ^au^tie-. Why, then,^vou that make it^in a ^|iw BtMMI of^ir is less costly^ak^* it steadily^v.iv Mk fact,^wd to relialiility^i i.^l ^|iiality that^in trade. Our^r^u l^etter. Wl EI1S EW! jrMidst! !hairs. A Clean^^1 willias to do^rijitioti l^epart-^disj^eiihed ac^are all to be acv, IterBlock in(Wauk'Bha) ERS, Half(iallon^Pint Bottles,^^any quote, ac iGrocers itjhaving sub-^mis, the eanie^it terms conve-^r. reserve the rendersthem^nut time for^hen i hey shall^ii^ation therein^^ t desirable, in dustriouseora- tit.R..v. K. E. attractionsof^r, and answer '-tC. AS , p'rs- \(KSON 8TRKKT; iu.n nun^:he City.^u TAP. uses )'S, IN. Paper bar-* wltt oar I^whole block^^ dial ...

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 July 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT. HELENA, THURSDAY MOttXIXG. JULY 25 18S rHEINDEPENDENT 4elena,Mont., July 25, 1889. greatM.oai'ra's ^xcxa^r Momi. TEItHSOf SCBSCRIPTiOX^,b*erl!wr*, hy carrier, per ooathf! ,au-*.*r r**r^ _ rat:.*,t- n#w^3 'T^ ^no lews ..^ Ot daSet* f .jrrt-.iALpapcr or Ltwis a so CLAHKK.^uVSTT. timlNOEPt^JOENr Ut ^ larger MN clre-la- h.m mmmmm **mm ^t ^*^^' a*. o^le~^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ clrcul^tlO^ ^^^^^^.r two i. , p^o*'^ publish** MonU-r*.^IIMIn prMt roe-aecreta. It. ennecripitofi^KDHin omnio Inepectlon. en.lt ^^!^'^*^^^Mil to *r*^* IUI M circulation is aa rev*.^art, ad Enaereeat tha eoetonVe at *^^'^^^ ^^ **eorw-^^ 'aaa ^ ^ - gajnOMiKUIWAi TltH-THlLt MontanaCentral. Ml htIks ' ^.tUiitlcex- M. Haul ami east.11:^ a. m.^eVo'erii, 1-acJitc *i , B.tte er.4 *t.oth. 4:^^l i^. a^ii* ^ ^ ui'' Bait* ex , Butt* and auolb. 8:-5 a m }^.,,u.l. ex ^:^^^^ wi'villeex7 Wax* AiUUTB. M.Paul, AUenttc^i , BnU^ and enatb.ll:*S a. m.^M-ctaa*, r-aclac M Pa-il and *e*t. ^-**^- ^^,i*iei.eend Butt* ei . liul* ...

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 July 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPEXBEXT: HELEXA. THURSDAY MOBNTXG. JULY 25, 1889. moalEarth. ozeman. KS LllTlcN DEMOCRATS MUST GO. DEFIF5THE CIVIL SERVICE LA*. 8xth Auditor Coulter Making Places ForClamorous Republican Soldiers.. *^York World's W -tshington uperial:^T. ^ Coulter, the ij.-w sixth auditor, ta^pruvuiK tmuiflJ as Uioruuffh-ptct-u' ati ^ lb^eiai bt-adsman m even First Assistant^r,..etma^t^r fiwwai (JiarksoQ himself. A^tew da) a a#u Coulter chopped oil the heads^ol teii ohie'ii i,t division* at one swoop for^no other reason than u^ give their place* to^good republicans, and from d*y ^^^ day he^ia clearing out democrats :n the office,^whether they earn- iu under the civil^aervice act or not, and without ^-ven pre^^tending to advance any charges against^their efficiency. Mr. Coulter and the civil^aervice conimisaion are going to have a^aet-to on thia acore. Hereia a copy of a note recently ad-^dreaaed by Mr. Coulter to 11. C. Smith, col^^ored, a clerk of Class 1, appointed under^civil aervice...

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 July 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THl'HSIXVY MORXINO. JULY 25, 1889 THECONVENTION. Reportof the Judiciary Committee^Considered in Committee^of the Whole. EightJudicial Diatncts .Made Instead^ot Twelve a* was Recom^^mended. on.M.-M ^od Kloqoeor* as^mnxMlllv Irw to All ^ lb*-oinstitutional convention held Thru*^so-asioni yrifc-rday and manaavd to con^^sume a ifu.^1 ^l^al of time, sr-ct.mpIlahiDii a^meat deal, though not (frtting evrythiDg^atU-niH^l into su'b shape as might be^wi-Ud. Dehate* took up the major por^^tion of the time yet several Kood prop *i-^tiona were suNmitted and ivinpt-d. The^atate was divided into ei^h^ judicial ilis-^tricta aa follows: Kirst. Lew is and Clarke;^second, fcilver Bow: third. Deer Lodge:^fourth. Missoula: fifth. Beav. rbead. Jeffer^^son and Madison: Sixth. (ivllatin. Park^and Meagher; x-venth, Custer, Yellow-^atone. Dawson: eighth. Cnoteau, Caecsde,^Kergus. Th-salaries of .udges of the su^^preme court were placed at 54 000 per an^^num mi the pay of MM judg...

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