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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 26 July 1889

ros leZenith of all^few of our many MARKETS. iMHMlhow each,^^ewmarken now #7 M each,^^ewumrkets now To each,^ewmarkets now #10JO each. S WRAPPERS. liled fr.nu $3. to #1 .95 each.^re.| (^hallit* Wrapper*, ele- aitned. lucedfrom #!^^ to *^^. .^ each,^ired I'hallie V\ rat/perss, extra^y. beautifully trimmed,^iced from |M t.i lUJi ea^-h. ros- i ndeed! -in a hudrod i.ai^re jevdge of Clothing^^i to Nobodj ^an^| irad*. Why, then,^I. to you that make- it^vront^ in a cju^ stion of^^tiling is less costly^is, take- it stt-adily^to th^- v^iy fact,^- i^^irie-^l to reliability^lity am! quality that^iwug in trade-. Our^lie- $^^n l^it^T. W* [LEIN rovisionCo. Dkersof EDMEATS, ii**Products and Lard arepacked in^jsed in a diamond^Lhe skin. 'niversityhaving sub-^abh^ lands, the* eanie^ami on terms conve-^lowever, rfserve the schoolrendu!^ them^i is a projier time- for^lild when they shall^her education therein^i.-sped dVsirable^, in^nd industrious com- eagent, R.^v. K. E.^ig tlie attractions of^a I Cit...

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

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 26 1889. t THEINDEPENDENT -elena, Mont., July 21. 1S89. PrsusasD Biaw XoumBxcbtt Ho^t^at. IWDF^MD*NT pub. CO.. PUBLiaHBKH. BROADWAY. Ir.HM- or SUBSCRIPTION^HT sarwcrlbera. Sf carrier, pa* aiocta$1 ^j i- r^v curitywhich would interfere with^earnest effort for success on Oct. 1. The^democrats are not in need of Henry C-^Paynes to tell them what to do; all that^is necessary is that they should shake off^all apathy and prepare for a hard fight^for supremacy. OFFICIALPAPER of LXWIS ABU^11.ARKS (OVSTT. nmINDEPENDENT Ku ^ larg.r dai'T clreuaa,^la* than an, wwtP* ^~^^^ ^^ ^** ^^^^orti.no in^ a l.c^.r delation IW ^^^^^^.,. ,.o Ml ^a^.r, asaMawSJ. i^^Una, no ^rw r^em Mcr^l, It, ,^l^^clptlon^notiar, opanto Inspection. .nS It IS alwarB^Had, to pro., tnat Its elreulat'on mm rmpr* n,^M .t ts. BBBHsBM ^^ ^^'^^^ ^ awaSJsa*^^ ims mattar BBXSMMbbb^IT-^ time table. MontanaCentral,^nsr a kt. M1'aul. Atl.ntlcex^St- Vmnl BBdes^t.ll:K a. m.^u. Liu^ I'adii...

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

tiiin-eoii'Eartb. H and the Bozeman, alto, 8OoodY dLift Paupa, CarptotevH' full RANGES Gooiavavara, Olas* .canCi'tlef^, \ILLT, ACURTIN. litDMCBIPTHMf. fhExplosives.^REET. Attention.Cor re*^ir N. P Depot ITCHESotel. Main St. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1889. / FATEOF THE MAVERICKS CATTLEKATE MAXWELL HANCiED HerLatest ^Man^ Shares Her Fate Too Free Use o* the Brand^^ing Iron. CU-y^-i:ne apt rial. .! ..) '^1: A te It-pram^received here to-day auuouuct-s the iyoch-^iuti at Sweetwater of Jim Averili anil a^woman who lived with him a* hin wife. ]^Averili waa postmaster at MMtWIwi^which conalata simply of a station cooti^u- I^oua to a Dumber of raochea. He drilled^into the bwet-twaUr country four jrar* ^^U^ at once took up a Kovernment |^land riaim and built a littleca'jin. He waa^joined aoon after by a woman, who took up^a claim adjoinina* thf new town of Btirt-^welL both wen- recognized aa hard citi^^zen*. Thewoman waa a*** of the uioat daring^ridera in the cou...

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

} .KDAILY IKDKl'KXIM.Vl: HKI.EWV. FIJIDAY MOBNTNW. .rtTT.Y SB. 18891 THECONTENTION. Articleon Rights of Suffrage Dis^^cussed in Committee of^the Whole. EducationalQual.f.cation. for ^ Voter^Fails to Git a Majority of the^Delegate*. Wou.su*ulrrHB* AIM,^ BU. k Eye. but No^ ^ Very sserlows^Dor. I'tfceconntitutional convention acooni^pUsh-d nothing j^U-rdayitatleaat fur^^nished the number, a chance to diaplay^tfcnr forensic powers and lom^ excellent^,neerhe.^ere mad-. The convention re-^t^Ued in'-, rommitt.* of the whole early m^the proceeding to con^iderpropo.i;.-n Ne.^14 article, on rights of suffrage and ^iuall-^firationlo hold office. To the bill intro^^duced by the committee on right* of^mitlrage numerous amendments wire^introduced ^nd ^ waa in di^ra*^iiR these^amendment* the day MM M*-nt. Hart-^man-i amendment making education to a^certain extent a .lualitv ation for voting^was championed by some and opposed by^others. Clark's amendment making it^ne.-ev,ary f r a foreigner t have ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 July 1889

iros 5Zenith of all^jw of our many MARKETS. wmarket* now each,^^u market- now 97 ^X) each,^w market- now f'.^ To t-trh.^market- new tin. 20 each. 'WRAPPERS. V.ra|.j.-i - icedfrom 9:1 to f 1JI each.^*^l t'hallic Wrq.pern, ele-^nied, icedfrom *l^ to *^'. .Vi each,^ed rhal I ie W rat pe*s^ extra^. beautifully Mbm^^v.| from to |1UM each. ros- ideed! in^ liuiidr^-(l uhai^jsdge *^f Clotkiag '/ lit-. Nolxxly ran^Imde Why, then,^to you tlmt make it^i otii: in a question of^liiri^; is lees costly^is, take it Me-aiiny^. tin- wmj l^iji fact,^joiaed to reliability^v :tn^l ^111:11ity that^nag in trade. Our^you bettor. We LEIN jvisionCo. iersof DMEATS, Products and Lard arepacked in^ted in a diamond leskin. LiazcicLsI ivetil\ liaviuo; sub^^tle lands, the same^lid on terms conve-^I . \ ^ i. reoan t the hoolrenders them^- a j^roj^er time for^il when they shall^i education therein^^jiect desirable, in^industrious cum- nt,K.^v. K. E.^the attractions of^^'ity. and answer^Htc. etc. Waukesha- ERS, Cans,...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 27 July 1889

THEDALLY IJtDEPENDENTi HELENA. SATURDAY MORNIXCi. JULY T. 1899. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July 27, ISDBPBNST PCB co.. PCwUS-H-KB. BrlOADWAY TSK*S^*^ SUBSCRIPTION^Jltr Subscribers, or aaoatt.... ivMall^per yew JnTrains, V) newsbjye ano i^wt^VseUr, per r^^* 1 .Set*$1 ^v OTrUlALPA PUB^, LARKS VOUMtM. ortif/s AVS !n. leiOtPeNOENl naa ^ larger Uiii clrcula- o-m^^ en, mmmtmn^^ p^u' ^B* atlandand a larger circulation thar ^r^^am.r i.o a^i:, pxeer* published m Montana.^itha.no oreea rc.m HcrMi; Ita subscription^aoori ara open to inspection, ana it la always^^ aerr to pro.a mat IU circulation la a* r.pre- tntareaat tee ooetoWie. at Halana at aacorw-^alaaa mattar rOL^KN^H^ KAILWAl TI.HKTAm.aS. MontanaCeutrwl. DBr*KT. Paul, Atlantic ex., St Paol andaaat.il :M a. no.^Muo'ana, Pacl^r ei ,aid eoulh 4:un p. m Hr-a*an.l Kuta n . b.tte and soata o:^5 a tt Maryat-llleei4.10 p. n. MaryavUleex^ ^ a m aRKITK. Paal.Atiaotlrnz ^ Hutu* and snath 11 a. ro 81.. . Montana.r^*rlUt -I . ^^ P^ ;l and^Helena 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. — 27 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 188a ANEWSPAPER SCANDAL j. J.WEST'S ALLEGED RASCALITY Prostitutinga Great Journal and Rob^^bing the SteckholJers^ The^Chicago Times' Trouble. EaoiBparBt*t Milwaukee. Wl*. TheUnion Pacific Hallway ronipany^will aell excursion tickets from Helena to^Milwaukee, W ia.. and return, for the above^encampment, at the rate of $o*.40 for the^round trip. Tickets on aale from August^1^ t^ inclusive: final limit, September 7.^A. K. Yka/ik. Paseenavr Agent. Chicagospecial P^ ih^- l^-nvir Kepnb^llcan. It ia predlct-d trial ^..- caption ^^;(^^Jame* J. West,^ which has he. n a' the^Lead of the editorial co uinus uf the Tiiura^for aou.e month* past. .^ ueanned aouii to^take a plunve intu obscurity. Troublene-aran ab'Ut th-first of July,^when Mr. West went away on a vacation,^and Mr. Hui^kanii^. of Keokuk, lost, one^of the principal owners of the paper, came^on to look over the business. Mr.lluiskamp f ^und some things that^didn't suit him and ma...

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. — 27 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 1889 THECONVENTION. Articleon Rights of Suffrage KgAitv^Discussed by the Mem^^bers Itis Passed, a^ Amended by the Com^^mittee cf the Whole. Which^Recommends Its Adoption. |U|ort of the ^ oiomlU** on How Ta^e^ ^^ to *^ t-^-^'*a^In the ^t^tr.' Theconstitutions! convention succeed^,.Mtddiy in paesinK the article on ntf.'iu^,,t suffrage, after amending it in man}^*yn^^ anJ atnkin*; out a numuer of ^ rtiout^which uad tK-t-u rept.rt.-d upon by tbe ex^wutiv*-cmmitte*. At ooe time it^ILou^bt thai the old n^Qt on fen.al.- suff^rm- would be renewed, but tbe u.-wber-^s^ineti to hate bad ennuKh of that aud^held themselves aloof. ^Juite a i.uiubei^were racused until Monday and 1 uesdaj^and a bare .juorum will present itself when I nveniion meet* this morn ins; at v.30. Theconvention n.rt promptly at 10^o'clock, riarfc iu the chair. Alter roll cali^^nd prayer by the chaplain, Parberry be^tm MtaSSSt, tbe report of the irri(jati..i^commute* ^...

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. — 28 July 1889

j-v ^* , CENTS I 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, Agent*. iLu^ilTMIMNational Bank Building. Rn^trance corner Grand and Jackson -greets. RIME'SCALENDAR The Murderof a Prominent Citizen^of Cincinnati by a^Negro AnAttempt at Suicide in a Chicago^Court Room^^My God, I^am Innocent. lllle.lHi. Wife Without ^^Items of Crime from^Sections. (anf- (Hhfr^Various tatinnand waa employed aa a draught*^man in a railroad office here. Murder^^^ Suicide. Colimbus,O , July 27 ^Chrit Weiman.^foreman of Hayden's bom* shops at the^Obio penitentiary, ibot bis wife at an early^hour thia morning with a shotgun, blowing^the whole side of her face off and killing^ber instantly. He then shot himself^through the bead with a revolver. He was^alive at last ac...

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. — 28 July 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAT MOBNINO, JULY 18, 1S8^. 80CIAI( HIT-CHAT Tributeto the Mem jry of a Lady^Weil Known and Esteemed^in Helena TheTennis Toumam-ni Reviewed ^^A Sport That is Deemed to^Grow in Favor. Aform .if KiilrrUinraMi ^ui{ir^^.ted That^Will OMMM lut.-lli^;ein-e With(iMff. Tnesad and somewhat sudden dt-ath ol^Mr E. W. Bsch cast a Kloorn overevery-^hin during the past wr^-k, for this lady^was both well known and very popular in^Helena social circles, while at tne same^1 me she was always a central figure in all^octal events of any mi--nance. To know^her was to like her. and I think 1 voice the^entiment of all who did know her and the^u ner feelings which dictated her life in^uotinu those beautiful lines of Austin^'lob son's: Howsteadfastly she d worked at, -lowlovlngl) Baa drt-et^w itb all her would V- mother a wit. Thatlittle r f ^ newt^How longingly she'd tang on 1%^It sometime* seemjd.ein said.^There lay benae h its coverlet Alittle sle^ ping bead^He ^m- at l...

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. — 28 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENTi HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28.188 YLONE )lishment.A|^with us is a tiearreach us dsline of our^such magiii-| Ifcatalogues bsses i ESSES 1 retailestab-^You will re^^elect this de- G00DS.I Ctostand less,^our remnant VALUE. iany.House]^s. They wilil iTORE.. Helena ASS RAFINE OBAC istrie finest chew of I'l-.^tiered to the pubti ar.l^od chew w:'. a -kii.iwledfl^after one trying it. \\^|^ate it; your judgment^| praise. keel. We think we^I ' l[rori^i rhiit it hM meritj^choicest and moft can^if Tobacco grown in Ken^^ RASS i* ^ Tough and la-J^ir to any Flu, Toba-rl^ask you to t:v I^rill appreciate the Q-a.:t| :GRASS GHCR*DOf^XC^LL^t:l^iracTuniD it S^ ERNST N.KENTUCKY! ^h^,Our Statesmen. Oil^wen o' Note In Every FieVs. T ISCYCLOP/tDlJ biowaphii NationalStandard. pa*ia of American Blocr] leancivil ud military Mid^*. la divtnitr, literature aa^ln*vnt1^^n. Indndlne dlrtf^t ii r^^! that ar^^ r*lAl**d^ar d *mNrace^ all the ce~^ontfc Am^*rtcA It la a com^S*^ World is *v^^ry 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. — 28 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY IfOBNING. JULY 28.1888. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., July I ^. l^^8. PubuibboInir lount Sxc-Brr Moimi. IND1PINDINTPCB. CO.. J'L BLIoBKKb. GBlelCATlOJlU^riCB,BROAD */A Y. TERMSOF ^UBSC RATIOS JUySnhsrrlVrs. If carrier. per month|1 * ByMall^par year^ kTralna, ^ newsboys aad vwi stands*5** Weekly,pot tmi** w* omciALpaper or ^eirr.s ^ax-^r ...i.-i-. c curarr. TheIHDEPEMCENT h^. a larger dally clrcula-^Ion tnan anv nawtaaoa' Mlw^^i ^* Paul end^^nrtlsnd and ^ larger circulation tnan any^etnsr two da v papers published In Montana.^II has no praaa roam secrets; Ita subscription^took* are opan to inspection, anal It is always^raaor to pro.a mat ita circulation la aa repre- Cnteredat tna ^^oatofnca ai Maiana aa eecond-^alaaa matter COXUKN-Hl ntll lVAl TIHK TABLK MontanaOntrml. DIPiftT. 8t.Paul, Atlantic*!., St Paul andeast. 11 a. m.^Montana, Pacific ex , Butte and south 4 '^ p m^He ene and Batte ei . Butte and south 8:^ a m^Merysvllle ex*'-V^ P- m Mai - ^^...

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. — 28 July 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: IIEEENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 2K 1880. \ r hier. i. sEach. ONLY. )Loan I ^nFrom Six Wars Time^ite Security. d. No Delay.^I Real Kstate^res, J.y Son,Gen. Ajrt's 'ESTERN LoanCo. Minnesota. t*'.:iri{Work, llxleas.^MM at Hntt* City. K.K. WARD! NA teCo. RETE ements tFloors, YAYS. IConcrete line by^^1^1 ITocess. 't . i avenue.^HKI.KNA. MONT. iSTEIN'S coBakery uuun ity sard Pies Dptl}Delivered tyonshort notice^jt. one ileor above tRICAN ESSCO.. 21-it.extended it*^Kiitana Central to^-ting a Uwngk ex-^w Vol k. Boston and^its in the Kastern^^^ prominent eitie- of^^uiaha. Kaii-tis City,^pedis, uiie.|tialle^l fa-^I express trams be-^ul (Mum ami the^tree* ^ Irieago aad st.^his Mmi to ^le-^-- mutter in advaBM^inericau hixpress Co.^sale at all .flices of^i^ .it U^ at upwards of^iti th.- Vkmrntt States. r.-peetfully^olieit-^mum Central railway STREET. LODUCECO.^Montana. *beat, ^ Hay ud all bl;.plne{M^iAt#: Boza-^antral 1'ar*. M.ftiiua.^from Belgnde than any Publloatun. rtor n...

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. — 28 July 1889

ANDEANMINING. AnAmerican Engineer Tells of the^Si.vtr Mines of Bolivia and^Their Workings. TheAltitude too Great for Any but the^Native*^Traces of An^^cient Diggings. Railway* Will Soon Oprn Ip a^( ountry to Knterprirte From^the North. Engineeringand Minim; Journal, New^York: Bolivia ranks a* the thud largest^silver-producing country in the world, and^its mines produce annually from 810.000,- 000to 812,000.000. This comparatively large^production from a country without rail^^ways and fuel is. perhaps, the best index of^the importance of its mines. Allthe mines of Bolivia are situated at a^very great t-levation abuvt- the level of the^sea, generally 14,000 to 15 ouo miles. The^mountain peaks rise above the general ele^^vation of the valley a to a height of 1H.000^or 31,000 feet. The principal producing^districts in Bolivia to-day, in the order of^their importance, are, first, Huancbaca;^second, Cohjuechaca: third. Oruro, and^fourth, I'otosi. The 1ocality has a record^more silver than...

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. — 28 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: UiAAlSA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 284S8 CN So D : 0 o Oh g a5 23 rk --t-^ Oui 02 o LQ5 xg^0 o OS ^^CO ^ - d|| +- * S^0 ^ Eh oa w -a n BO 2a O*- p t-iP fcdOr- HC D 55 O 83 pqg beB ao 3a,^..fid M_ t-tH COto k0 KS o 53 ~oPS d C o o cil^a) si 0W 8 ^t Q 03 CO C 0 o TAPPINGWIRES. ATricK by Wnich Pool-Room Keep^^er- and Bookmakers Have Been Ou'.witted. Conspiraciesin Which telegrsph Op^^erator* Took Leading and Im-^portart Parts. A K-^*ut -lott M'hlrk 1 11 Tltrftuieh Itr- mux- of the I in Weakening atLam. NewYork I'r. .*^: Tt-Wrapb operators^have iiioreiipp-irtunitieji fur ^^ ik m ru^^rj^-y^from the information of wtiicti tliry become po*se^tnrs than probably auy other rlass^of men in the great hi ^ nt-s- world. They^know the joys and sorrows of all. and the^plans and schemes of fie many: but it i*^a rare instance when they take advantage^of the knowledge they thus obtain. 1 here^have been cases, however, where operators^have engineered schemes which promised^them t rtune...

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. — 28 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28,1889. WONDERFUL OPLEWHO TookAdvantage of SANDSBROS. GreatSacrifice Sale Thepast week, went away delighted with the bargains that they secured. Never in the history of our business have we used the pencil so much to mark down^prices as we have done for this week. This is not confined only to one or two departments, but refers to every article throughout our entire stock. Commencing^to-morrow we will eclipse all our former efforts by offering POPULARAND DESIRABLE GOODS AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES. Fallgoods are upon us, and all Summer goods, odds and ends must go. We do not allow stock to grow old upon our hands. It must go. if not at one nricp at *n^other. COME TO OUR STORE and see for yourselves the truthfulness of our assertions. Read carefully the prices quoted below. * DRESSGOODS. DRESSGOODS 18cPER YARD. Doublewidth English Serge Dreee Goods, just the thing for^a traveling costume, reduced from 25 cents. 27l-2c PER YARD., j 36-1uch...

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. — 30 July 1889

s TheIndepeadent 1* Well Ko, nipped roa thb PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders for^Commercial Printing, Snow Printing, ana Fin*Work of All Kinds \ 2 BestNewspaper. LARGESTaRCULATION.^Advertisers Obtainthe Beat Metal aa tor their Money by^Patronising the DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30-SO. 203 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 30 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Loci9 Block,^MAIN street. PLAYINGTHL'NDER; Haveyou e^veT heard of that^game^ No^ Well we ^tavmIj^thought you had. It was man^^ufactured and patented for our^exclusive heiiefit and therefore^can be played by us alone. Itis quite a novel game too^and is played on a very si it n'if-^ic basis and in also a ^anie that^even if others knew the princi^pies of it they would scarcely^p ay it. Well we are going to^play it this entire week and^would ask of you to come and^assist us all in your power. PLAYINGTHL'NDER. Youhave heard of that hack^^neyed chestnut called ' Char^ance Sale^ ^ well you bave^never seen one in this ci...

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. — 30 July 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! ItKLEXA, TTESDAT MORNING. JULT 80 1889. THEINDEPENDENT delena,Mont., July 3o. 18^^. rc.ij.MKi.IHI Mobiiijh. kxcbtt Mo^MI. lUDaPSNDBHTpub co, PUBLIbHBIia. forepromiacnou* aaf^eniblie^,even though^the listeners are few in number. Tbe^law should reach those who seek to In^^cite to violence before some ill-balanced^mind is affected by their words to perpe^^trate murder or arson. It is within the^power of congress to de this, and it^should be done. CBUCATIOHOFTICfa. - BBOADWAY. termd0^ *UBSCBIfflOir^jlty snt^^erlt^r*, t^r carrier, pas month$1 ^ nra***^* mTZSmiS ^^i -ww.' ;*^^^*.::.: ^ c^r aeekly.per fa.^^* CLAK*'*'i oCKTT. In.IN DC HEN DC N r Ml . MBBfelrtula- ,0rthan an. e.-^pap.r tsatwaan atPaul an* oMIand.rxl . ^^r^^r circulationthan ^^f^^IMr twe de^v saream ^^*^^^^ Nkaaaa rwaawaavarasw, H ssAws^*kstassi OOtS.raOM'tO inapactloei. an. U 1. .!^^^*^r(J,n to pro,. that It* circulation Is ^ Intarad^t MM eostofltc. at h.iena^^ l.aa mattar CONUENSKURAILWAY Il^ TABU, Mon...

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. — 30 July 1889

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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. — 30 July 1889

THECONVENTION. RuityMonday Brightened Up Some^^what by the Liveliness of^the Members. AnAttempt to Have the Proposition^Embracing Capital Removal^Brought Up Fails. Ifportof the l0^^ ton eldered In ^^inuitttt-e or the^Whole and Comentlon. Togay that a Krrat deal wa. eccom- plisbedat the two sessions ol the conven^^tion hrid yesterday would be to make an^as^erti^.ii not borne out by the report of the^proceeding*. I'arliatnentary tactics were reportedto to keep the report of me com^mitt.eoD public buildings, etc . beinfc* made upecial order. It remains on the file a*^numbered and w.ll be . ailed up in regular^order. Indeed, it seems now a* if the file^will be considered from da; to day as num^^bered. ewajse*a* introdu-ed a resolution^limit nir debates in committe of the whole^to hve u.inutes, which was referred to the^committee on rules, and ^ Hich, .t it becorau^a law. will facilitate the transaction of^business. AltrniiMxiHe^^lon. Tneconvention met promptly at4o'clock. President Clar...

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