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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 August 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPKXDKXT: HELENA. SUNDAY HOBNTNG. AUGUST 4,1889. THEYMUST HANG. Bryson.Johnson and Roberts Will^Pay the Penalvy of Their Cold^^blooded Crimes. No Hope Lett tor the^Men but the Hope ol^Clemency. CondemnedExecutive beenwritten, and fur the purpose of r*n-^d^-riiiii decisions in those cssses court will^again meet on October 5. TELLING BAYM^ THK RK^1 LT. HI* Mhrr l^r^ l^iou^ by th* %uprfinr toart,^\Vhi. h H^ Adjoururd to MmI^Oc-tober 5. Attri* M^^wion of the ^upr*-ni^^ court held^^eaterday a number of d~cisions were^handed d ^wu, anions which weredeci^i^r.i^in the three murder caot-s pending b. fore^the court, and in e^c:. of tl.e^e cases the^jiidcm nt of the low^r cour' wa^ affirmed,^which m ^^^^ ^a enrorffuient of the jua*-^ment of death t^^ tim^ini.'. unleas there la^an intervention of executive clem -ncy. At^the dmy *t*t for the ex^ cution of George^Dancan Bryaun is next Friday, Uie time of^his earthly sojourn :s rather hn-f. The^opinion of the court in this case w as de...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1 889. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT Entertainersand Those Willing- to^B^ Entertained Resting Through^the Heated Term. A8ch^me Taking Shape tor Com^bining All Classes of Health^^ful Amusements. lavement*of I'eoplr I ^' in -I * Ir..-|-. ^ ^ w I I.Jo * n . i. ' ^ . ermlNoln. Thedoldruni seaeoD is upon ua^essen^t.a. : a lazy season when even the ubiiiui-^toua tly seeks a cool corn- r where there is^do fl^ paper or settles down on the bald^pate of the ^iroway baby with an intuitive^perception tbat be is Dot likely to be dia-^turbed^and the aocial world has already^quietly succumbed to the influence of the^beau-d ^pell. An occasional picnic and a^little tennis in the cool of the evening, in^which. 1 am glad to see, the ladies are now^taking an active part, is about all there is^left to stir the placid surface of the social^whirlpool. Thisis hammock season and 1 noticed^the other evening In one of the most^ahaded and certainly the most popular Ean...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4.1880. MODERNMARVELS AfterLulu whichhu been around the world,^built at Birruingbam. Ko. viand, at a^of 6350. and. although it* diamei'-r is^so prrat, a double s^ stern of prdal cranks^enablt-s a comuion cycler to ride it. THEHAM^Y CHICK BOOK. ANew Electric Woman Hursts Kind^Strenjfth in^the Eyelids. TheSmi ! Bay Knocks the Nicael-^The-Slot Machine Out^of Time. I.rs^- l Hlryrl* E^*r Miwle Brown i,i^rd . sMssnswssrf Hypnoiitini^by Phonograph. MkjHHAmerican: (ifTKia ha^ pro^^duced another lady who is as full of elf^^tricity. or somrthinn \^ry like it, as was^wonderiul Lulu Hurrt. of the sani*- lUk^who usrd to throw biif mt-n around with^^out much trouble. This lady, who gave a^private exhibition rvctntly at Kurd's to a^few spectators, is Mrs. Annie Abbott, of j^Mill- dtfeville. a petite body of only niner; -^eight pounds. .*^he is a blonde of at ^ f-ars, j^and of pleasing appearance. When 7 e*t -^old she went up to her father's chai...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 4 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4,]^j^. POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE ToAttend SANDS BROS. Great Sale. Commeiiciiie;Js/LOlSnD^^T HVLOJR]Sri3SrG- at lEiglb/t O'Clock bargainsIN DRY GOODS CARPETS WALL PAPER! DesirableGoods will be sold at little or nothing to-morrow. COME AND GET YOUR SHARE. If not able to come to-morrow come the next day or the day^after. July has been a great month with us. It has exceeded our best expectations. We have looked over our stock and find many things that have not gone as^fast as they should. We put the knife into them. so. commencing Monday morning, you may expect to see them prancing out of our store in a lively manner No^use holding on to stuff expecting it to increase in value. NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL. The odds and ends must go the coming week. Now. before we tell you^the story of our low prices we would like to impress upon vou that this is a BONAFICE SACRIFICE SALE. July is a dull month. We made up our minds to^make it the most ...

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. — 6 August 1889

VNTI3H mrI ndrpeiidcul la Well Baalpw** promptEXECUTION^Of ail Orders for^Oonsmorclai Printing, Show Printing, ana FlnaWork of Alt Kino* BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION. Advertisers Obtaintha Baat fcum for their Momj by DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30-NO 209 HELENA. MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Locis Block,^main street. PL-LYINGTHUNDER* Hiveyou ever heard of that^game^ N^^! Well we scarcely^thought you had. It was maii-^ufactured and patented for our^exclnsive be-ne-fit and therefore^^ an he played by us alone. Itis quite a n^^v.-l game too^and is played on a very scientif^^ic basis and is also a game that^even if others knew thf princi^plea of it they would scarcely^p.ay it. Well we are going to^play it this entire we^k and^would ask of you to come and^assist us all in your power. PLAYINGTHUNDER. Youhave heard of that hack^^neyed chestnut called ' Char^ance Sale'* ^ well you have^never seen one in this city that^as an actuality ...

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 August 1889

r THEDALLY IN DEPENDENT! HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST H 1889. THEINDEPENDENT / -elena,Mont., A t- I xcsrrMoxajav. t_ PUBLISH su^. BKOiUAY. rMun^^ hvh. ^ p.iptiox XtyMM '1-^r^. ^;^ carrier, per month irV^li .-' ^**^-^ jirraln- I * T* ^a^^ ^^^^^^ ^*aa3*-^^a^slr. ! ^ I r*^r v'^' * urri\AL PAPZR^LARKS COCSTY. ut LCIT7.S AKL IMINOtefcNDt ^ r rvu . ^ ^- ^ UH| circuit^i.^ than in) ^^^^^^^' MtwMn Ml Paul *^ ortland ar^0 ^ la'Sa' c'rculallon. iKa^ tni 9tam'tmo a* , papar* publlar.** Ml WoftUni.^|aUno *r**a rotmncrtU, It. autocrlption mcutrt am^ 10 'napaction. ira it ^^ aivar* Ml to pro^* irat't* e^xuiatlon^SSSjSSV tniaraaHi't --o*tomc* al NMkSW tMIMOtaBAU.va1 1IMI TABLi- a*-ai.'a- MMM* antral. MH S)tf. I, AUaulic .M l'^ul iDd i*MI. 11 a. nx.^at' Dtaiia, I'aclr.f -l . xli.tle ar.d south 4:UH (^. B^^Uc.n.aauo butts rx . i ute an^l nuu e:^^. a m NaryavtUs^i*:M V- ^ v^ ^ ^^ ajmuve. tit.Paul, Atlantic ex , Hutu- and auatb.il:^ a. m^M ^Dt^n^, Carlnc i-x . -st I'aul and east. :i:*u p. m^U-i^naaa...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 August 1889

STRAIGHTTO VICTORIA. THE BLACK DIAMOND AT HOME. CapturedCanadian^Will Not Come to^Just Yet. Vesselthat^America V tohia, B. C, Au^. 5.^There is great^excitement here, toe sebouner ti.trk L^.a-^uioDd havitiK arrived Saturday eveDiDK^(rum BebrinK sea. Tbe particulars of tb^^seizure by tbe American revenuecutter ar^^aa follows: ^On July 11 we pot in a catch^of fifty-three seals. At 1 p. m. we sighted^tbe revenue cutter Kush. ^he came up to^ui and ordered ua to heave to: we did an.^The chief ofhcer came aboanl and demand^^ed our papers. We refused to give them to^him, and be then got a screwdriver and^screwea off the bmg^-^ on the locks in tbe^cabin, took aT*S papers, lio sea. skint, all^the Indian spears and ten Dags of salt. He^then put John Hawkins, an able seaman,^aboard with instructions to ua not to inter^^fere with the sailing master. As soon as^the hush was lost to sight a southwest^course was UtKMi right to Victoria. Haw^^kins, from the start, saw it waa impossible^to take cl ar...

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 August 1889

EJiAILY INDEPENDENT: HELESA. TUESDAY MOHNING. AUGUST 8, THECOJiVENTIOH- AnAfternoon and Evening Session^Held for the Transaction of^Business on Hand. AnEnervit.og Abs-nce o^ Heated De^^bate Marks the Deliberation of^the G-ntlemen. Ilfflrmfrom TlirIT..!^^-'^^^' I'rol'i'' Arrt-ptliiK*'rrr ^'^-^^^ i-rlnsjly^KilUd n.llluriefi. witlntandiDtfthf convention did m^t^m^t until ^e,.trr.tay afternoon, by meaua^of a mtsht M*M adeal of bu^in-*^^was MMetosV tfcl W*^ *vliien^Vl1 p*,n d t^^ sections Saturday, contain^inti th.- -ecii-'i.- ^'v^ r wbich the bitter fiiflit^wan made *^iut the apportionment f 'r^g^-nato -* ..-an.- i^|^ lor tinai con^id^r*tn.a.^watt ad. pt.-d and is now a pirtn.n of the^the emhryo ron^titution of Montana. The^action of tt.. pr p -ition l.r.ihir^:tin^7 state,^a , mtj and municipal .titan from receiv^^ing tr^ I |aM *^^^! |.rov:ditiifap-naJty tor^railroa.N .-mi uk ^'^'^ p^^* ^ was elimi^^nated Ir ni the mflatl^ and will not be^a portion of the c^nstKuUo^. The conven-^H ,n m ...

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 August 1889

rbrI udrprndml Is Well Equipped worn tbb PROMPTEXECUTION^Of ell Order, for OommrCl^l Printing, Show Printing. A(M fineWork of All Kino* ^anone. w J fit!0$l BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION Advertisers Obtainthe I fortheir Monty by mm DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30^NO 210 HELENA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7. 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Louis Block,^main street. PLATINGTBUNDEttl Haveyou iw hr-ard of that^game; N^^; Well we^ scarcely^thought you had. It was mau-^ufactured and patented for our^exclusive benefit and therefore^can be played by us alone. itis quite a novel game too^and is played on a very scientif^^ic basis and is also a game 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. PLAYINGTHUNDER. Youhave heard of that hack^^neyed chestnut called ' Clear^ance Sale^ ^ well you have^never Been one in this city that^as an actuality ...

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 August 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUM'IT J 1869. Fheindependent INDENTPCB CO.. FUBLISH-Ka. n MMM ^T orrtn. p*r aonth.... S5ss -s *7ssiJ. y ^*** * ..^ oe^..Seta^^- orticiALp-iriR or r.^w/ (LiSftCoCKTT. Loaiswill prevent the world's fair from^going to any of tho**^ ambitions cities.^Why not compromise on Helena'- Geo^^graphically it has stronger claims than^any place that has been named. It is^mnch nearer the center of the North^American continent: it is eqai-dlstant^from Boston and Alaska; it is just a.-^near to St. Loais as to Chicago; it is only^a little farther from New York than^from New Orleans; and it is a great deal^nearer to Anaconda than any of them.^By the time the fair opens we will have^two or three more transcontinental lines^of railroads, paved and sprinkled streets,^the best water supply on earth and one^hundred thousand inhabitants. What's^the matter with us form,at^trading wellas blind, bleeding and pro-^piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Dr....

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 August 1889

M.7 ., Lrf .lilt,v*ood^,^Lift, PaiLp^,^arpeutert' Too: MACORN ' ... LANGES. COOUii Cutky^ioadi I ISu ir- mm ^ ^^ ^cm at T. tCUHTIK. VARECO UAPTERS YK Mowers. MKLEHS, :ifhose bc7/Tools DBOTurnoa. Packing amiFittings Hardware, ;hExplosives.^REET. RTIN. allPaper s. mmmi i^.. I the wbot* block^.i! at i . irss that dsf, compf^FliUM HKM HANDS aaa it...-of price* aollcMM. Q-t. SROHADI81C. WVst. lOTEL PRiETORS. 1'tel ir mm TmMM HOTEL LTIN 1887.^^ry Bea Accom^fc^J pe ay Jtn4 atherlv, FiCE. ten^ Lambert^norandums, Pic-^p Carriages and Tannery, QL.TALLOW LCIALTY.;nneapolis. ERCO. Lumber tion.Corre*^.r N P Depot. ndBrand et for Mtr^y Wbiakiea, Fenn- Caivts, Fine^Holland Gins and^attention given to atthe 1tfi^t. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA* WEDNESDAY MOIiNING. AUOtJST 7, 1889. S MILK RIVER COUNTRY. SETTLERSRAPiDLY COMING IN. ASection of Montana That is Highly^Favored in This Trying^Season. Chinook,Montana. Aug. xl ^ |^peclal^Corresponamrc of the Independent. ) ^^Very few of tne resided* of sout...

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. — 7 August 1889

rTi' DAILYINDEPENDEXl: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOKXIXG. A0GDOT 7, I8SO. THECONTENTION. Members Rushing the Work and^Early Adjournment i^^Expected. an ThreeSessions Meld and^ositions Incorporated^Constitution. TwoProp-^in the (omltler**!. CountyOtt-^omce* U ron ^h not be^net rental was 1iir (tent-ral tie is growing smaller rvr-ry^,iay. an^l it bu^lnew ia ru^hed aa It waa^^.^t^-rday the convention will aoon be a^thins of the past and the constitution a^thing of the future. Three aeaMnna ^ere^held lesterday and two proposition* incor^^porated aa a part of the constitution of^Montana. A discunaion over the ad visa-^Luiity of adopting a memorial i tiered by^Warren relative to something be,n* done^Ui stop the imporUtion of Mexu an l^^d^ores tree of duty, resulted in its bring^referred to a committee. Judge Dixoa'a^^Httn to a proposition which pro^^vides that corporations owning or^trolling wat-r ditches^taxed except on th^defeated. I'n'p' ^ ^^n No- -4on municipal^corporations an.l oflioeri waa ...

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. — 8 August 1889

SALEAT ros. -the- r^..,rn. Look at MARKETS. Newmarket*now *:, each.^Newmarket* now $7 00 each.^Newmarket* now *^*.70 each,^^ewtuarkets now $10.30 each. IS'WRAPPERS. t-W rappers slued froin ^ . ^^. |SJC each.^Mi I ha! I if W rappers, ele- imuied. tmaifrom *i^^ to *^', H each,^ured I I.iiliip V^ rappers, extra^!^. beautifully triinmed,^need from ^it) to |1LM each. 10DAYS jits AND$9.1, .00.CLEIN )LUB chShow .'.Aug. 28. tile--,of the- Anj^rican RIZES. Ojx-ti to all classes^-[ sent on applica^Helena, Montana. Landsl ,niv^ isity having sub-^fciLle lamia, the same^;m^l on terms conve-^|ii^\\e\er, reserve the -^liool renders them^i^ a j^roj^er time for llldMM they shall Mtediuatioti therein^rasped desirable, in mi industrious com Mat,K ^v K. E.^is tlie attractions of^al City, and auswer-^-ale, etc.. etc. Go. ovision kersof LDMEATS, eProducts and Lar^are packed i;^sed in a diamon^be skin. the rvVaukesha- FERS, nCans. Half Gallon^ottles Carbonated. Mpoajquote, ac- aleGrocers lyCompany! riFitt...

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. — 8 August 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT/! HELENA. THTP.SDAT MORNING. Al'OUST 8 1889. ThlTndependentIc 1 ^ ^*___==== seen by a Helena,Mont.. Aug o,l^-89. rrauaaxo^^^^^ lirinionur. iJ(D*FSI'K^T fit fLBLIsHEl^. ,1,^nt*crtVr^, *ij CBlHf, P** ^Oath... *-.^ y J--** ri.ARKK' VCKTT. AMD [MINDEPENDENT ha* ^ i^r(ir daily circwla- ctn^ntn* ^eMcip^r b^t^wilt Paul am)^^ o ana a . *e^- circulation than any^atrar two aat'y aapw* pvbitsnad in Montana. intinooraaa roam aacrata. ^ta aubacriotion^looki tra opan to napactton. anal It ^^ wtfi^raaay ta arova t^at ita circulation la at rapr*. niM EntaraOat tna * jatoTtca at nelana ^^ciaaa mattar CNUI.Kl. KAIIMA1 TIMETABLE. hewould be likely to obtain elsewhere,^founded this notion is may be^recent incident in the New^York poetoffiee, where the assistant gen^^eral superintendents, whose duties call^for the exercise of ability that should^command good pay, and who were re^^ceiving $2,500,12.000 and f 1,7' ^ ^ a year,^respectively, have been reduced to the^uniform salary of $1...

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. — 8 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THUBSDAV MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1889. HELENA'SWATER SUPPLY HOW THE CITY IS PROVIDED. TheWoolston Company Claim to Have^Plenty of Water for All^Purposes. Whenthe news of the Spokane Falls^hre reached Helena citizen* began in^^quiring ot each other what could be done^10 prevent our city from destruction should^a fire break out. With the object of ascer^^taining the situation in regard to water an^Ihubpindo t reporter called on ^upt.^Frank J. Steter. of the Woolston works.^He said that notwithstanding the unusual^dryness of the teason the water supply was^more plentifu. than at any time since the^company has been in existence,^^hut it has not been without a^large expenditure of money and a^display of diligenrp,^ be continued,^^that this state of affairs has been brought^about. Sunday our reservoir contained^1/4*.171 gallons of water and this is sevral^thousand gallons l^Wow what w^ have b^-en^carrying for the past two or tlir^*^- months.^We have just finishrd ...

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. — 8 August 1889

THEA)ALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, Ls89. THECONVENTIOH. Removingihe Capital Is the Quea-^Which i8 Considered by^ihe Convention. uon theBeautiful City of Mi justNO* sou'aSeems to Be m the^Lead tor Honors. MataMArrw^^-d A.aln.t Helen- Wklch^Stria' to Hold Her Ow^ on Spit*^of ^ue Territory. at city Theterritory of Montana U arrayed^Maimt Ilelrna. Wt.at Helena ha* done to^incur the enmity of tlie territory of Mon^tana no on^- kn'.w*. Yet the capital city^seems to be a post on the road of progress^which rseryoiie not a resident of the^MM an art a brick. Ex t.ov. Car^^penter sa.^i on the ri.^or last nijjht thit he^bad lived Helena hv- years, and during^that time be had never heard a citn^ n of^this plsc- speak derogatory of her sieter^rities. (Mi is ^ one reror.l promulRated^by an honorable man. Yet in the insane^d-fire to remove t!ie capital Helena waa^r.eid up to ridicule yesterday by speakers^^(^, run really have nothing against this^progressive citj. The sp^ ri...

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 August 1889

ALEAT ros. rliHroom. Look at MARKETS. .marketsdow T.^ .-fa,-!,. mmaTaSJel now |T ^X) each,^'w market* now #;^ 7ii each.^* market* now #10.20 each. WRAPPERS. (Wrapper* from$3. to tl.'.vj each,^ed t hallie W r^iiJi ^-r-i, ele-^mied. .11 from #1^ to ^^/^ each,^ed ('halite V\ ran -r-. extra^. beautifully trimmed,^mt from |a*J to * 1 l.ry^ each. 10DAYS 1its 00. rovisionGo. okersof EDMEATS, 0Products :in^l Lai arepacked i^,^sed in a diamon^in-* skiu. \Vaukesha- TERS, jnCans, Half Gallon^; ^ les Carbonated. t'^ ^m)^:t 11 \ quote;, ac- saleGrocers ilyCompany. iMFitters. Ijgives.^HELFNA, MONT. ERS: t.llninnts. They arv^. ^!. \V^^ have two of^[. two on Eighth Ave.^1, two on L^'\vis street^r.vi. about 300 feet^'mom Av.nu- at $:^-joo. b$100as a down pay-^^^ ami upwards. ayumrent. Steele, keet. itate HANGE, mont. litAuction LOTS ortli** investcr. and^oltitt-ly safe and Iiflg. 12, BTC M .d. Sale will ARK. isloratt-d just one-^tbe new Motor line,^1 th^' construe ion al^^ii- 1' a', :.u giving^I i^^...

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 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. AC6UST 9 1889. THEINDEPENDENT -!elena,Mont., Aug. 1*89. PCTUfBIO SXrBTTMoHDAT. Montanathat can fill with grace and^dignity the position of temporary and^permanent capital of the state. INDSFKD^*T PUB- 0*. publish*.* .BUCATiONOFFlCS. BROADWAY. at* jan ,hy carrlar. per month ^^! ^no wn stands rear..Mr t .I 00^..ids mm***papib or imwu clarkei uVSTT. AMD flu^DEPENDENT haa ^ larfar aa | clrcwaa-^W Ma an, ^mHn' bat-awn Bl Paul ar*^^orti.nd and a largar circulation than ar^^..Bar M dan. aapwr. aubllaha* in Montana.^Unas no area, roam aacroW; ita .uoacrlptlon^.ooasara opanto nsawitlon. an* it la alwars tmm'a ^'^^^ ^,*'^-^^CU,^,^'B ^r#pr Thestatement made by Got. White,^Chief Jbfltlee Blake and Secretary Walk^^er, after a tour of inspection in the Milk^River valley, effectually disposes of the^story of drought, distress and famine in^that region, sent to a New York news^^paper by a sensational correspondent.^As a matter of fact that section of Mo...

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. — 9 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9, 1889. :iFumpt.^Niter* . o - r:t M[| URTiN. ARECO IAPTERS Mowers. KLEhS, HOSE. alTools E9KII'TION. PackingMFlIilDgS ardware, Explosives.EET. .TIN. LlPaper ntu i BAKU '.rna m- I OTEL IETCM. I ^^ tre T^ iriti r 4OT hi IN1887.^Mv^e Aicobj^pei ay an* therlv, Lambert^Ladums, Pic-^a.rriages and Iannery L,TALLOW IIAXTY. :rco Lumber ition.Corret^. P Depot *nd^ for Me-^^ hisk.. s, Penn- .C ar^-ts. Fine^land (i ins and -ntiuritriv^n to the BL THE ARIZONA MIRACLE. WONDERSWORKED WITH WATER Successo^ the I mtiai Experiment With^Storage Reservoirs^A Grand^Transformation Scene. Aletter from Walnut ^_irov*^, Arizona.^Junf ^X, to the New York Evening J'ust.^xays. There are but few large reservoirs^anywhere. The only one in Arizona is^that which has just been completed at Wsl^nut drove, this is situated thirty miles^southeast of I'rescott, up.in trie Hassa-^yampa river. Imagine a wid^ vallev shut^in on all sides by high m juntam*. the only^outlet...

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 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT.- HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST^, 1889. THE((INVENTION- in DebateUpon AnotherDay Spent theGreat Temporary Capital^Question. Amendmentsb, the^and Adopted Down- ScoreProposed^Voted or Bo,,u..u mm t^^orlt# for aa^lie A|[^lri ^up^rM-d^l^M|.a^*ula. to Hour tT Theconstitutional convention ip^nt five^hours yraterday-the entire leRialative da^^in fact-upon the rapital yueation. Mi^^aoula was not in M h**ft favor at the open-^in^ as when the convention adjournal^WeJnes^lay. and saw the temporary capi^^tal bestowed lirst on banian and then on^AnaeonJa, to r. turn before the cloae ot the^sejMon. It cannot be said the d^^^^ per-^furman'-e was entertaining; in fact the^nature ot the ti^ht made by the friends of^the several a^pirin^ cities permitted but^littie d--ba:.-. and that little was, to put it^mildly, very commonplace. The n^ht will^|* resumed this m^^rnln(f where it beKan^yesterday. Wi at Mm outcome will be it is^hart t i aaiiMtl Twi claims of Minjfii*- JsHaalalll an...

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